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African press review 5 October 2016

President Buhari offloads two luxury jets as Presidential fleet is hit by biting Nigerian recession. Did Boko Haram demand 5 billion euros as ransom to release the Chibok girls? And South Africa unveils plans to raise drinking age to 21 as the country squanders 2.4 billion euros on alcohol abuse.  
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