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For today, Friday, July 24, 2015:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Why Buhari’ll probe only Jonathan’s government – Presidency

We’re yet to receive bailout promised by Buhari, Govs lament

Boko Haram targeting VIP’s houses, Osinbajo raises alarm

Tompolo, MEND leaders regroup in Bayelsa

Boko Haram: Step action, PDP govs tell Buhari, military

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

Buhari’ll limit probe to Jonathan’s govt – Presidency

NNPC, engine room of corruption – Saraki

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THE GUARDIAN

Amnesty: Again, tension mounts in Niger Delta

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

Buhari fails to seal US arms deal, returns home displeased

Global ship owners protest Nigeria’s ban on 113 crude carriers

Presidency: Buhari will limit corruption probe to Jonathan’s govt

Boko Haram captures five LGs in Yobe, Borno, targets VIPs

N’Delta: Ex-militants regroup under MEND, schedule meeting for tomorrow

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BUSINESS DAY

Analysts seek single forex market to reduce pressure on naira

Logistics constraints stunt Nigeria’s $10bn e-commerce potential

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