Today’s major headlines (Tuesday, May 19, 2015)

  • PDP didn’t win elections in South East – Kalu
  • Jonathan’s government incurs N5 trillion domestic debt in 5 years
  • Kidnapping : Ekiti varsity lecturers give Fayose five-day ultimatum
  • Woman recounts how Boko Haram prepares girls for bombing missions
  • Governors uphold Amaechi’s election as NGF chairman
  • Foiled coup : Burundi president fires key ministers
  • Jonathan signs N4.425 trillion 2015 budget
  • Jonathan sacks NIPC boss
  • Northern governors elect Shettima asa new chairman
  • Senators, Reps move belongings out of offices
  • APC to unveil Buhari’s policy direction Wednesday
  • Hackers force PDP to shut down social media accounts
  • Governors ask Okonjo-Iweala to give account of over $20 billion of excess crude in 3 years
  • Pray instead of trekking for Buhari, aide tells youths
  • Boko Haram kills many, abducts 6 women in Adamawa
  • Alleged N6.5 billion fraud : EFCC re-arraigns Sylva
  • How 197 drug convicts escaped from jail – NDLEA boss
  • Oil workers shut down production over transfer of OML 042 operatorship
  • Buhari : It is shameful that the military has not crushed Boko Haram
  • John Kerry to lead US delegation to Buhar’s inauguration
  • Apple buys Chinedu Echeruo’s Hopstop.com for $1 billion
  • Shell reopens 180,000 bpd Bonny Light crude export pipeline
  • APC woos Osoba, seeks end to grievance
  • Amosun inaugurates transition committee
  • Nigeria’s economy predicted to hit $1 trillion by 2025
  • Despite NNPC intervention, marketers hike ex-depot price of petrol by 42 %

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