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Find out what is making headlines all over the country from the covers of The Punch, Vanguard, The Guardian and more.

For today, Thursday, May 15, 2015:

THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

I haven’t got useful tips from Jonathan – Buhari

Ojukwu never imagined I’d go to war –Gowon

Gas: Nigeria loses N600bn in one year

Fire guts Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

Boko Haram attack: Military imposes curfew on Maiduguri

NGF crisis paved the way for PDP’s defeat – Tinubu, Soyinka

Fighter pushes peacemaker into path of speeding truck

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VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

How we defeated Jonathan – Tinubu

Oil marketers holding Nigerians to ransom – Concerned citizens

Over 60 killed in Maiduguri attack

Obasanjo hands over report on development plan to Buhari

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THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

Presidential panel wants amnesty for B’Haram, civilian JTF, others

Military imposes curfew in Maiduguri over attack

Darah calls for book bank to empower youths

74 workers die in Philippines fire

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

In failed attack on Maiduguri, Boko Haram kills score, injures others

Unstable crude oil prices push NLNG revenue down by 30%

FG accuses marketers of blackmail over Foreign Exchange losses.

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THE NATION NEWSPAPER

Jonathan orders $500m oil project moved from Lagos

Amaechi: Buhari’s victory saved me

Buhari gets Obasanjo’s think tank proposals

Fuel scarcity to persist till N200bn debt is paid

Ekiti doctors to remove NMA stickers from cars

Senate passes NDDC’s N300bn budget

Protest over last-minute plot to sell National Theatre

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DAILY SUN NEWSPAPER

Boko Haram fighters shot dead in Iraq

Fire razes Federal Secretariat in Abuja

Senate Presidency: Support for Lawan swells

Tinubu, Amaechi, architects of hope – Soyinka

APC denies rejecting Nwobodo, Nnaji

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DAILY TIMES NEWSPAPER

OBJ presents growth formula to Buhari

Lamido, Aliyu to Buhari: Stop giving excuses

Tinubu, Amaechi, agents of change – Soyinka

12 Edo officials arrested over cult killings

Power supply drops by 1,700MW

UK, slave trial: British, Nigerian ‘experts’ give contrary opinions

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NATIONAL MIRROR NEWSPAPER

Transition: Buhari blasts FG, hails OBJ

Sabotage suspected as fire guts education ministry

NLC to shut down airports over unpaid salaries

65 killed in Boko Haram attack on Maiduguri

Nigeria loses ranking in global NLG market

Impeachment: Police invite Enugu Speaker

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NEW TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER

Minister rescued as fire guts Federal Secretariat

We won’t accept excuses from Buhari, say Lamido, Aliyu

4.6m Nigerians unemployed, says NBS

Buhari, Gowon, other dignitaries expected as Oshiomhole weds in Edo

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BUSINESS DAY

Nigeria to lead African hospitality market with 10.5% revenue gain

Sustained growth, returns position Nigeria as next frontier for institutional investments

Court stops further processes relating to FRC new draft code

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