Read today's newspaper headlines [Wednesday, May 27, 2015]

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For today, Wednesday, May 27, 2015:

VANGUARD NEWSPAPER

Oil Subsidy Scam: How I arrived at $32bn figure – Saraki

Probe me, Amaechi dares Wike

Court orders NDLEA to vacate Kashamu’s home

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THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

NDLEA defies court order, remains in Kashmau’s home

Fuel queues will disappear next week, Marketers

Amaechi, Wike in war of words

Boko Haram kills 43 in Borno attack

Confusion in APC over N’Assembly posts

PDP governors reckless, insensitive

Court asked to stop Buhari’s inauguration

Man sends thugs to pour acid on ex-wife

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THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER

President-elect considers only 19 ministers

Buhari consults marketers, others on fuel subsidy

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THISDAY NEWSPAPER

Buhari returns tomorrow in the company of Shagari

Probe Me, Amaechi dares Wike

APC to decide on zoning after inauguration

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BUSINESS DAY

Buhari faces task of reviving resource-based industries

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