Read today's newspaper headlines [Thursday, April 30, 2015]

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For today, Thursday, April 30, 2015:

THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

Polls: PDP governors mount pressure on Mu’azu to resign

Fuel scarcity: FG to pay marketers N156bn today

Rescued girls, women undergo HIV, pregnancy tests

Tinubu meets Akume over Senate Presidency

FG warns Buhari against running parallel government

Jonathan fires NPA managing director

FG demands corpses of executed Nigerians from Indonesia

Air Force corporal slaps police inspector

Four-month-old baby rescued 22 hours after Nepal’s earthquake

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VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Jonathan, Buhari’s men clash

FG to pay marketers N156bn as fuel crisis worsens

I’m not aware of ban on AIT – Buhari

UNILAG gives automatic employment to best two graduands

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THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

I’m not on witch-hunt, says Buhari

PDP governors ask Mu’azu, others to resign

Jonathan fires NPA boss, hires Bayero

Roadblocks remain banned, IGP insists

Civil society groups decry N’Assembly’s refusal to disclose own budget details

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

Buhari inaugurates transition committee as Jonathan warns against parallel government

Okonjo Iweala: FG to pay oil marketers N156bn subsidy claims

Borno Govt: 293 women and girls are from Bumsiri not Chibok

Jonathan appoints Sanusi Ado Bayero MD of NPA

64 senators endorse Saraki for Senate Presidency

Kebbi governor, Dakingari served with impeachment notice

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BUSINESS DAY

Private sector key to bridge $300bn infrastructure gap

1,015 firms boost contributory pensions with additional N553bn

Shareholders of Dangote Cement approve N102 billion dividend payout

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