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For today, Monday, August 3, 2015:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Banks, PDP kick against CBN’s policy

Unpaid Salaries: NLC factions unite against debtor govs

Corruption: Buhari descends on civil servants

50 Boko Haram killed as troops repel attack on Borno village

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

Chronic debtors owe Skye, three other banks N70.5bn

No individual is Yoruba leader – Obasanjo

EFCC invites judge who accused Aregbesola of fraud

Goodie Ibru to be arraigned for N1bn fraud

Answer audit queries within 24hrs, Buhari orders civil servants

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THE GUARDIAN

Ooni: Ife indigenes wait for Aregbesola to break silence

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

United States assistance to Nigeria delayed by absence of ministers

CBN may expand list of restricted items from Forex market

Dangote opens new cement plant in Zambia

Nigerian Army reviews disciplinary action against soldiers

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BUSINESS DAY

Banks sit on over $1bn they can’t use

Exxon Mobil to commit $3bn for gas utilization projects over five years

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