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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, Tuesday, May 19, 2015:

THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

Jonathan incurs N5tn domestic debt in five years

EFCC re-arraigns Timipre Sylva for N2.45bn fraud

Senators, Reps move belongings out of offices

Supreme Court stops Chevron from selling disputed oil blocks

President signs N4.4tn 2015 budget

Petrol tanker drivers resume strike

Northern governors elect Shettima as new chairman

How B’Haram prepares girls for suicide missions – Rescued woman

Kidnapping: Ekiti varsity lecturers give Fayose five-day ultimatum

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VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Buhari slams military for hiring mercenaries

PENGASSAN, NUPENG on strike over rights to oil leases

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THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

Five years on, $23b Greenfield refineries remain a mirage

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

Oil workers shut down production over transfer of OML 042 operatorship

John Kerry to lead US delegation to Buhari’s inauguration

APC holds dialogue on policy direction for new government

Buhari: It’s shameful that the military has not crushed Boko Haram

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THE NATION NEWSPAPER

Jonathan under attack over new appointments

Lecturers protest Ekiti kidnappings

Governors meet under enlarged forum

Lawan: I’m competent to become Senate President

APC to unveil Buhari’s policy direction tomorrow

Supreme Court bars Chevron from selling oil blocks

Scores protest return of hoodlums in Ilorin

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DAILY SUN NEWSPAPER

Buhari angry over Boko Haram

Senate Presidency: Why Lawan is man to beat, by ranking senators

Kidnapping: IGP deploys special squad in Ekiti

Obiano appoints 5 new commissioners

I’ll fight for 6-year single term for President

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DAILY TIMES NEWSPAPER

Supreme Court stops sale of oil blocks

Niger Delta wants resource control

Jonathan sacks NIPC boss

Ihedioha drags Okorocha to elections tribunal

EFCC re-arraigns Sylva

Ranking senators-elect back Lawan as Senate President

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NATIONAL MIRROR NEWSPAPER

Senate Presidency: Rankin favours Lawan over Saraki, Akume

Nigeria’s foreign reserves drop by $7.78bn

FG approves Lagos-London route for Med-View

Again, Jonathan sacks NIPC executive secretary

Court orders GTB to refund customer’s N5.3bn

Defence Intelligence confirms Boko Haram’s links to ISIS

Catholic priest rescued from kidnapper’s den

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BUSINESS DAY

Nigeria heads for fiscal cliff as FAAC drops 50%

Upbeat investors outline headline reform route for Buhari government

Supreme Court gives injunction against Chevron, Seplat over troubled OMLs 52, 53, 55 sale

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