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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, April 8, 2009:
    (Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2009-04-08) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited.
    Police arrest herbalist for beheading 8 yrs. Old; Ogun Speaker accepts N/Assembly takeover; Zamfara D/Gov cautions against vices; .Riot: Niger expels 17 students; Take over could be dangerous – Group; Court to begin fresh trial of Henry Okah; Pilgrims boards not responsible for hajj passport; Character Commission must approve all appointments by MDAs; FG to release guidelines for N200bn agric loan next week; France plans 250m euro Investment Fund for Africa; BPE reactivates SAHCOL privatisation; Minister tasks Swedish investors; FG declares public holiday for Easter; License revocation: NERC receives reports on IPPs operations; AC tasks Yar' adua on quality leadership; FG won't sack any workers; Bayelsa, IYC collaborate on Niger Delta peace moves; Kidnappers of commissioner's wife demand N12m ransom; Nigerians challenge govt on poor healthcare delivery; NUT suspends teachers strike in Delta; LASUTH to be decentralized; LAMATA to transform Lagos transport system says MD; Lawyer's body set to bar member from practice; AC wants attack on kogi speaker probed; Abuse of office: Court grants Biz man's application to join Aondoakaa; Court grants Shinkafi case transfer; NAF to beef maritime patrol; Benin residents protest against kidnapping, killing; Sheriff seeks support for police; 3-day old baby girl found in Sokoto; Shekarau, Oshotimehin advocate new policy on health care; Assembly committee uncovers more fraud in Edo; Ondo D/Speaker tasks Mimiko on devt.; Obi of Onitsha urges journalist to be objective; We will strengthen PDP – Dariye; SSG wants difficult cases referred to govt hospitals; Re: Isa Yuguda’s slip of tongue; Curbing the menace of CSM and Lassa fever; How realistic is Gen. Buhari's ambition?; The problem of elections in Nigeria; Unmasking mark at 61; I was victim of power abuse, says Zuma; al-Bashir VOWS to try Darfur war criminals; Rvvanda lambasts UN; Southern Africa swamped by flood; US adds $80m in food aid for Africa; Jacob Zuma: Off the corruption hook; Obama in surprise visit to Iraq; Death toll in Italy quake passes 200; Iraq shoe thrower's jail term cut; French claim full face transplant; .Kano tops unemployment index in Nigeria; Kano to get Africa's biggest trade centre; Stock market recovers N13bn; FOREX: CBN sold $6.173bn in 3 months; Dangote still under investigation - SEC I; DPR shuts Conoil stations for fraud; Emirates SkyCargo acquires New-Generation Freighter; Air France KLM increases capacity by 1000 seats on routes; FG appoint new MD, EDs for Mortgage Bank; Foreign exchange inflow into Nigeria drops; I was never arrested – NDIC boss; InterContinental’s anniversary forum moves to Enugu; .Why do we get baggy eyes?; Birds can read human gaze; Kano to construct raw water intake at Challawa River; FCTA warns on annexation of open spaces; Environmental pollution: Industries get May 6 deadline to enforce standards; Strong quake rattles Pacific islands; AEPB gets new Director; Nigeria makes case for Africa on environment issues; Senator seeks climate change commission; Estate surveyors prepare members for global practice; We have introduced land reforms in Ogun -Daniel; Immigration officer dies in auto crash; Boy declared missing at masaka; ABC transport declare 15 persons wanted; FCDA officials demolish illegal structures at NUJ premises; Police arrest suspected homosexual; Mechanic charged for attempted car theft; SERVICOM faults National Hospital services; Niger Delta Militants: What’s the worth of FG’s amnesty; Constitution review still on course – Reps Minority leader; Flying eagles wont underrate any opponent – Lulu; Abuja FA, others face dissolution;
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    Daily trust newspaper Monday, April 6, 2009:
    (Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2009-04-06) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited.
    Tukur urges states to shun power fund; LG present N389m Appropriation bill; Akpabio backs FG on amnesty to militants; US warns of possible attacks on embassies in Nigeria; Reps commences investigation of AP shares price; Truck crushes two in Suleja; FG to establish more Lassa fever diagnostic centres- Osotimehin; Ekiti: AC alleges plot to influence electoral commissioner; UK hikes visa fee; ECOWAS condemns human rights violation in Guinea Bissau; 17 women perish in crash; Ekiti: I did not call for deployment of soldiers – Bankole; Ekiti is central to us – PDP; Lion’s share scandal: NCMM, Nasarawa govt didn’t spend N18m; Minister assures youths on employment; Minister assure youths of employment; Group calls for increased funding for adult education; Amnesty to militants: Sylva commends FG; Uduaghan tasks citizens on rule of law; FRSC starts BAC test; Security men assault kogi speaker; Suswam suspends Ogbadibo LG Chairman; Christians celebrate Palm Sunday; 13 states to benefit from UNDP Programme; Financial meltdown threatens Nigeria’s development – Editors; Controller defends prison officers on bribe collection; Gombe spends N2bn on hospital rehabilitation; Ondo plans own rebranding project; Kogi plans tourism boost; Varsity lecturers slam re-branding project; Sokoto spends N22m on UME forms; Taraba civil service commission boss in EFCC net; Nigeria Tertiary Institution need more funding – Abubakar; Police launch manhunt for ritualist in Niger; G-20: Beyond Yaradua’s lamentations; The need for Unity in Oke-Ogun; Israel on trial: Answers; Making Mr. President more voluble; ANC ondemns Tutu’s Sacrilege; Tsvangirai hit by second tragic loss; Zimbabwe to re-engage with west; Libya migrants search called off; Sudan elections put back to 2010; Obama promotes nuclear-free world; Mecca mosques wrongly aligned; Ice bridge ruptures in Antarctic; First bank adopts international reporting standards; Farming and the raining season; Stock market report; How bank are ruining Nigeria economy – Duru; Thorny path to CBN Governorship; Fertiliser distribution to be delayed; Standard chartered Bank expands branch network; Glo sponsor south-south economic summit; Minister tasks NITDA on ICT training guidelines; When did April fool day begin?; Funtua council spends N305m to provide shops; HJBBDA contractors want contract reviewed; FG cannot provide housing, roads all alone- Minister; A communal appraisal of water, sanitation in Ekiti; Gurara Dam and the hope for adequate water in Abuja; DRTS impounds 756 unpainted cabs; Parents’ race causes laughter at Oasis inter-house sports; Hospital discharged boy injured by mum; FCDA demolishes illegal structures at Karu; Bwari residents plan protest over power outage; Professor Idoko appointed DG, NACA; Yabo becomes Director/CEO Abuja environmental board; Reject bond bill, PDP tells Abia lawmakers; Reps applauds Yaradua electoral reform; Flying eagles draw spain, Vanezuela.
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    Daily trust newspaper Thursday, April 5, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-04-05) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Israel destroys Force 17 site; Rich rush for N500 notes; FG vs 36 States: Lagos opens defence; Senate debates N800bn Shell contracts; FG to spend N9.2 billion on poverty reduction; Measles claims 15 children in Bomo;NITEL probe: Former MD paid out N285m on unnamed minister’s order; Senate debates Environmental Protection Commission Bill; Commission moves to restore Lake Chad’s dwindling water; Police deny killing students during demonstration; .Political affiliation won’t affect execution of rural electricity projects—Goje; UNIMAID joins ASUU strike; Resource Control: Omu asks for 50 per cent derivation; Community protests non-payment of reparation for mining activities; Nigeria eyes oil in Sao Tome; Ohaneze Ndigbo sets up legal team for Oputa panel; Breaking News weekte paper gets N2.1m; Nigeria to flag off conference on good governance; FG insists on deregulation, lambasts critics; Nigeria moves, to curb import of generators; Atiku tasks SEC on awareness; D5tate Electoral Commissions ® and credible L.G. polls; Commission, don’t flag off, roads; National ID card scheme, another probe subdued; Before we amputate again; Interesting quotient of probe in Nigeria; Of messiahs and errand boys; Condolence message to governor Mu’azu; Season of controversial prophecies; Northern leaders where do we go from here?; MR. PRESIDENT USE DAPPMA MEMBERS’ 210 MILLION LITRES FACILITIES TO FIGHT FUEL SCARCITY; African Union is the W a y O U t ( 1 ) - L a m i d o; Besigye declares self Kampala president; Mid-East talks begin in Athens; Zimbabwean troops leave Congo; B u s c r a s h : River current hampers recovery work; US pressures China # over spy plane; Clinton to visit Gujarat; Prosecutors file charges on Estrada; EU defends Kyoto accord; Prosecutors file charges on Estrada; Pressure grows to estradite Milosevic; Russian journalists resist TV takeover; Nuclear waste train reaches Germany; PEF may regulate petroleum products’ prices; Ndanusa canvasses SEC’s removal from BPE; Common Customs tariffs for ECOWAS region under wav; Chamber establishes infotech sector group; NICON MD backs management buy out scheme; NSE All-Share Index closes at 9,211 in 1,717 deal; D-8 to execute 56 projects in member-states; Union Bank retires 39 top managers; Elf boosts manpower development in host communities; Union leader warns against casual labour in banks; IPMAN proffers solution to fuel scarcity; Zonkwa: What games did the ancients play; YAR’ ADUA: Footprints of a bridge-builder; Nas chides Obasanjo for fighting Abacha in the grave; Retrenthed NEPA staff appeal to FG for gratuities; Rivers state govt, donates 25 buses to schools ; Katsina state govt, to boost agriculture; Aliero identifies cause of low productivity among civil servants; Senior staff threaten strike at FCE, Oye; 1,500 people benefits from NIOm micro-credit schme-in Edo; FG wants ministries inputs into midterm review; Keep Mopol from public functions — Rep. tells FG; Jigawa govt, buys FHA houses; Council chairman hails PDP’s Damaturu November convention; PDF’s “convention 2000” - An anticlimax; Senate to hold public hearing on delayed salaries; South-East caucus in the House of / Representatives rejects Ofodile’s expulsion; DEREGULATION: Is it the answer to fuel crisis!’; Deregulation is innovative slavery – Zango; It will nail the coffin on the common man- Santuraki; DEREGULATION: Is it the answer to fuel crisis?; Obasanjo is insensitive to our yearnings —Tajudeen; The will to flourish; Rent: Firm drags Attorney-General, SGF to court; N255m fraud: AGF takes over prosecution; Police IG to launch security monitoring system; Abba-Gana tasks contractors over Jibi resettlement work; Gana endorses AMAC boss for second ternu; Minister to organise seminar in Africa union treaty in Abuja; Accident in Nyanya: One dead, four injured; Masters champion Singh has much to mull over; Blatter lauds African soccer standard; There are no minnows in Africa –Experts; Ghanaian handler wants foreign coaches out; African Youth Championship fall-out Ethiopia apologises to Nigeria; Umeh wants Keshi to stay on; Obiora wins tennis tourney; Ekarika allays fear over Eagles; One person in every 25 plays football – FIFA; Nigeria confronts Trinidad & Tobago.
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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, April 1, 2009:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2009-04-01) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited.
    I was once angry with OBJ -Mantu; Protest in Benin over 2009 budget; Gen. Useni elected ACF's BOT Chairman; Why I shun council of state -Buhari; FG doesn't interfere with NAN, says MD; Why Egypt Closed Gaza crossing; SEC to ensure greater company openness; PSC denies extending Okiro's tenure; New alert over cholera outbreak; Police rescue two Spanish hostages; N9.5bn contract breach: Court okays withdrawal of suit against FG; Senate directs Oando to pay N4bn tax; Court stands down Yar'adua's case against LEADERSHIP; FG repositions prison system; FG blasts institutions over' N23bn unaccessed intervention funds; CNPP raises concern over Lai Mohammed's arrest; EFA, MDGs: Nigeria may not meet deadline; ,Absence of design stalls dredging of river Niger; Greece invests 5bn euros in Nigeria; NNDC, Russian coy sign MOU on oil blocks exploration; Sultan challenges Northern leaders on development; Gaidam tasks NIPPS on vision 2020; UITH, 6 others get SERVICOM's Challenge Fund; .The African Fertilizer Summit: Matters arising; How can you undermine a failed government?; CBN's capping of interest rates; SAPs, bailouts: Paradox of international development; Sule Laniido and the politics of conviction; Senegal: Electoral snub of President Wade; Migrant boat sinks off Libya, hundreds feared dead; Madonna confirms her adoption push in Malawi; MAN urges FG to save PAN from collapse; Nigeria, UK route to hit 100 flights weekly; Qatar' airways to begin daily service to Lagos; Vlrgln Nigeria makes new appointments; Stocks: lCAN urges FG to intervene; PFA: Grant more access to media; Basal MFB grant N50m loan to women groups; Skye Bank boss advises on money laundering; Delta entrepreneurs sign up for Oceanic micro credit scheme; Peugeot fires CEO; Oil eases to $48 a drum; Google searches for NEW technology; Volkswagen boosts Porsche profits; Japan's unemployment rate higher; Women spend more when shopping depending on time of the month; Medics 'can mend' a broken heart; Zain to maintain streets and structures in Minna; NIQS, others donate books worth N25m to UNIZIK; Daniel seeks FG's assistance on 70km road in Ogun; 100 sanitation offenders arrested in Kwara; FG awards contract for erosion control in Edo; It's .time to green this old (White) House-again; Youth jailed for stealing laptop; Women praise polio immunisation programme; Power probe logjam & related pitfalls: What's the way out?; Election tribunals must get deadline-Senator; Pressure now on us – Shittu; Taribo: We should be patient with Amodu; Hon Bamidele boxing tourney enters crucial stage; Masai Ujiri Big Man camp holds in Abuja; Capello opts for Crouch up front; The rise and fall of Shevchenko; VISion 2020, Economic Growth and the Nigerian Editor;
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    Daily trust newspaper, Friday, April 3 2009:
    (Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2009-04-03) MEDIA Trust Nigeria Limited
    FG mulls amnesty for militants; G-20 unveils $1 trillion rescue package; Accidents claim 11 on Lokoja, Potiskum roads; Gaidam reappoints 16 commissioners; Yuguda in minor cabinet reshuffle; Why meningitis increases in northeast, by NEMA; Northern Union presses for region’s development; Ex- minister attacked by armed robbers; Reps threaten taking over Ogun Assembly; Lafiagi heads PDP convention committee; Dialogue asks FG to give in to ERC report; 8m Nigerians face deportation- Reps; Reserve 70% seats for fresh pilgrim – NAHCON tells states; Nigeria owes World Bank $3.2bn – Mansur; Blackout imminent as power supply drops by 700mw; Fertilizer distribution for 2009 farming season may be delayed – Investigations; Consultation is key to success of re-branding – Shekarau; Yaradua inaugurates land reform committee; 10 feared dead in cultist violence in Ogun; Turai warns mothers against feeding kids with junk foods; Galaxy explains delay in 5000 VSAT installations; 2011: NPF shops for good leaders; BPE boss solicits lawmakers support on privatisation; Diaspora Nigerians critical to rebranding, says Akunyili; Appeal court affirms senator Effiong’s election; Spain donates 10m euro to fight illegal migration; Yaradua promises improved electricity in eight months; How re-branding Nigeria will work, by lecturer; Ekiti re-run- Fayose alleges threat to life; President urges editors to integrate NUJ; Agreement threaten strike over agreement; Katsina earmarks N80m for UNICEF programme; Rape cases increase in Lagos; Yaradua, Jonathan campaign for Oni; Biu monarch backs state varsity; Niger to license preachers to curb religious crises; Railways to arrest commuters atop trains; Ogun guber: Appeal court strikes out Daniel’s case; Man in court for threatening former employer; Kebbi MDG awards contract for 469 projects; Police kill two robbers, recover stolen cars in Benue; Bauchi establishes 76 TB centres; Council sacks Federal Polytechnic Registrar; Naira structural crisis; NAPEP: COPing with challenges of poverty eradication; The tainted face of democracy in Africa; Bill Gates, Sokoto and polio virus; Sudan to hold first general election in 24 years; S/Africa’s Tutu says ANC leader should face graft trial; Mexico reports arrest of major drug suspect; Critics assail Afghan law that legalize rape; G-20 leaders eye more IMF funds, tighter rules; Israeli foreign minister questioned in bribe case; No Nigerian company on Africa’s top 30; Nigerian stock market records biggest decline worldwide; AP wants FG to subsidise cost of gas cylinders; UNIDO, BOI partner to salvage textile industry; Expert raises alarm over yoghurt factories; Abuja to host world energy council; Nigerian stock market records biggest decline worldwide; Banks slowdown; Kano approves N257m to boost agric; CIBN inaugurates Unity Bank chapter; Intercontinental wins CBN Kano clearing award; Oceanic finances wuye market project; Helping your child overcome reading disorder; Looking great with healthy makeup tools; Hot climate produces baby girl; Natural breast enlargement using stem cells from spare fat to be made available in Britain; Stem cell deafness cure’ closer; X-ray shows how man accidentally swallowed scissors; Court rejects application to re-open Abuja parks; How economic meltdown affects real estate – Adedeji; Firm to open five new outlets across Nigeria; Developer vs PMI: Court fixes May 18 for judgement; Katsina reviews environmental laws; Saraki counsels communities on water, sanitation; FCT administration sensitizes traders on fire prevention; Calling to Allah by helping others; Zakat solution to economic meltdown, says cleric; One dies as vehicle plunges into river; Police nag Indian hemp dealer; Controller charged for criminal breach of trust; Street sweepers appeal for reflective vests; FGC Kwali celebrates 25th anniversary; Youngsters in court over handset theft; Why Akwe Doma deserves second term – Walid Jibrin; Okocha’s case against INEC for retrial Monday: Benue AC Chair, others decamp to PDP; Shinkafi reconciles aggrieved PDP members
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    Daily trust newspaper Thursday, August 2, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-02) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    GSM equipment: mobile phones to cost less; I am not on the run -Ex-minister; Guinea arrests 51 Nigerian human traffickers; 151.000 youths infected with HIV/AIDS in Kaduna; Zaki Tambuwal is dead; PDP CRISIS: Olawepo, others barred again; 500 communities to get electricity toy December; Those against Obasanjo are Nigeria’s enemies — minister; Group describes INEC’s power as ‘excessive; FG’s policy on corruption unprecedented – Ekaete; Government to prosecute erring baby food marketers; NEPA causes unemployment of 30m youths -Aisha Ismail; Illegal arms could truncate democracy - Gen Yellow- Duke; FG calls for media campaign against arms proliferation; Royal father indicts Mobil over wrong information; Recover the loot, punish the looter; OBJ: Operating Blurred Jeremiads; Morocco considers Berber rights; Menezes wins Sao Tome’s presidential election; Hamas vows to revenge killing of eight Palestinians; UN condemns massacre of SI Leonean civilians; Moi sues ex-US ambassador; Party stops Indian PM from resigning; Megawati's finest h o u r; Landslide kills 60 in Indonesia; US moves to ban human cloning; Mouse trapped in sleeper’s windpipe; Mono-product economy causes speculative dollar chase; Legislator says WTO agreement not favourable to Nigeria; Speed-up steel industry revitalisation, Akume tells FG; Shareholders condemn FG’s bid to take-over unclaimed dividends; Elisha, the dancing traffic warden; N3.6m equipment vanish from store in Jigawa; Don’t promote disunity, FG warns traditional rulers; Gov Odili pledges support for women empowerment; Adegbite receives more condolences over wife’s death; PAP participants storm Benue Assembly over allowances; Beware of OPC, Afenifere, Nas warns new parties; Edo Assembly clears only female commissioner; Northern govs urged to promote education; Anenih explains proscription of PDP’s women wing; African lawmakers meet in Abuja; Plateau, Inland Port end land dispute; Presidential advises Odili to construct new towns; FG tackles erosion with N235m; For a federal parastatal on drought and desertification; Oil pollution forces communities to flee; Fraudster dragged to court over N120m; Cleric faces trial for unholy act; Youths storm court as suit against Pfizer continues; Robbers snatch ex-major’s Mercedes Benz, ransack house; Gwarimpa residents erect illegal electric poles; Ndanusa plans for N20m Tennis Foundation; NFA thumbs up sports writers over Eagles qualification; Eagles, Lone Stars rekindle rivalry; Keshi heads to Holland for coaching course.
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    IGBO traditional life, culture and literature.
    (Owerri, Imo state: 113 Douglas Road, Conch Magazine Limited,, 1971) Edited by M. J. C. Echeruo; E. N. Obiechina
    Political culture and stability in Igbo society- M. S. O. Olisa; The concept and practice of satire among the Igbo- D. I. Nwoga; Relativism, pragmatism and reciprocity in Igbo proverbs- Austin J. Shelton; Igbo thought through Igbo proverbs: A comment- Michael J. C. Echeruo; Igbo language studies: Problems and principles- P. A. Nwachukwu; Igodo and Ozo festival songs and poems- Romanns N. Egudu; Functionality, symbolism and I decoration in traditional Igbo art- Obiora Udechukwu; Reflections on the preservation of Igbo folk literature- Helen Peters; The ‘rhythm of dance’ in Igbo music- Meki Nzewi; Individualism: An aspect of Igbo religion- B. I. Chukwukere; The ‘Chi,’ individualism and Igbo religion: A comment- D. I. Nwoga; Cosmology in the novels of Chinua Achebe- Carolyn Nance; Adam and Eve: Igbo marriage in the Nigerian novel- Juliet I. Okonkwo.
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, April 17, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-04-17) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Obasanjo carries campaign to US, Britain; Don’t arrest us, Okadigbo, others tell IGP, minister; Violence escalates in Mideast; INEC begins delineation of constituencies; INEC cancels LG election in Ondo; Air raid only latest Israeli-Syrian grievance; FG upgrades prisons to international standards; Ministry set to harmonise functions of sanitary inspectors; K D S G awards contract for Refinery Road; Yobe unemployed youths to get interest-free loans; Malumfashi to enjoy improved water supply; VC warns Danfodio varsity students on cultism; NEPA relocates headquarters; Tazarce Syndrome: Democracy or dictatorship?; Al-Muharram: Why the silence?; Has N30billion recovered loot gone missing?; Governor Saminu Turaki, pay our retirement benefits please; Adamawa State University: A political gimmick?; Indian opposition prepares attack; Congolese rebels block UN troops; Bosnia genocide suspect arrested; Calm returns to Cincinnati; Dissident journalists air on new channel; N1.08 trillion Upstream Investments: Obaseki decries low indigenous participation; Rivers State set to build refinery; Remembering Aminu Kano; Civil Education and Democracy in Nigeria; Gov. declares Jigawa guinea worm free; Makarfi urges Christians to learn from Easter; Mrs. Tinubu assists Muslim youths with Nlm; Akilu recommends Sharia for all Nigerians; Rep. blames FG. for ASUU strike, Obasanjo sues for peace; PDP chieftain faults Obasanjo’s assessment of Imo State; 50 million people suffer epilepsy; Economic hardship identified as cause of mental disorder; Herbalists explain focus on STDS; We won't accept Bonfrere's resignation –NFA; Don't dare me, Mahadi warns SSANU; Police warn against disruption of NUGA festival.
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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, August 1, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-01) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Habib Bank launches non-interest product; N120b qualifies investor; Nigerians stranded on Turkish border; FG releases N25b for water, irrigation projects; FG screens 60 applications for private universities Obasanjo stresses standard; Two sports ministry staff arrested over electoral fraud; Israeli soldiers kill eight Palestinians; Obasanjo meets GSM licence operators; FG sets aside N500m for newsprint firm; Traditional rulers call for national conference; FG, nurses negotiations continue August 9; National media tour is to reflect credibility; NULGE boss criticizes funding of LGs; S p ace policy not for rocket launch; Taraba chiefs receive training on conflict management; Former military leaders should apologise to the nation; Sokoto donates N50,000 to amputee; Crisis in Celestial church; Cleric calls for unity; A new Guardian in the offing; Minister inaugurates education forum; Maduekwe and his bicycle; Produce, buy made-in-Nigeria goods; Probe of Katsina LG finances welcome; English court overturns ban on Farrakhan; Clinton settles in Harlem; Stable power by December not feasible; Air transport workers to go on strike August 7; NUATE protests NAMA MD’s removal; Banks commit N4b to SMIDA’s take-off; Check excess borrowing by states, NCI tells FG; Africa s cultural treasures are now prized by collectors and connoisseurs the world over, but this popularity is fuelling looting and illicit sales; Immigrant beggars in Abuja city; Quelea birds invade Birnin Kebbi; NOA to find solution to cost of food items; NITEL’s tariffs criminal, undemocratic – NUJ; Adamawa to assist private schools; Emir commissions computer, commercial, Sharia college; Benue varsity liaises with Queen Margaret University; Kano gives contractors deadline; Yobe constitutes c’ttee to probe printing corporation fire; 2003: APP must be agent for change, says Ali; 2003: APP must be agent for change, says Ali; Beware of anti-democratic groups, Obasanjo warns Nigerians; Abuja’s“Indian Bazaar”; Let Tyna rest in peace; Ajibola defends First Lady’s large entourage to U.K.; Ladies join advance fee fraudsters in Abuja; Abortion; matters arising; Situation vacant; Man wanted urgently for marriage; Dialoguing on the electoral bill; Cow thieves invade Abuja; Police arrest four robbers in Makurdi; Ma n s u e s Total f o r b r e a c h o f c o n t r a c t; Dismissed LG boss vs ZMSG: Hearing fixed for Sept; Abuja residents flay sale of alcohol in motor parks; Yayale presents cheques to retirees tomorrow; Reacting to Sunday’s 3-0 Nigerian coaching crew, who led Keshi: I’m happy to be part of the coaching crew; No more foreign coach.
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    Daily trust newspaper Monday, April 16, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-04-16) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited.
    IBB Ojukwu, others for national confab; Eight lynched for ‘missing’ organ; Buhari urges North to reject ID card; African Union becomes reality; Sharia is constitutional-Yadudu; London Seminar. Kano Emir, don task Nigerians on knowledge; NYSC members paid N7.500 allowance; Lagos Assem bly at war with Obasanjo; Benue govt, to spend N600 million on new boreholes; Anti-Nyame riots claim 3 lives; Ability to see beyond the horizon; Kaduna denies involvement in district heads’ selection; NBC denies Safir Communication; Councillor calls for new school law; Nigeria High Commission in U.K. embarks on intensive staff training; Kano line increases functional f le e t; FG to stabilise prices of food stuff; Justice for kill-and-steal cops; Does Adamawa need a university?; Obasanjo as the big chief; That inglorious ban on generators; IBB must not apologize; Re: indecent dressing: NASS may reject female corps members; Avoid force in conflict resolution; US planes bomb southern Iraq; Nigerian mission in U PC trains staff; Former Ugandan president returns from exile; Kabila names cabinet; Slave ship missing; DRC forces break ceasefire; UN to evacuate refugees; Congo Brazzaville ends talk; Chad mourns accident victims; China to lend Cuba $400m; US completes sub collision inquiry; Brazilian prisoners take 120 hostages; Spy plane crew return; Bomb blasts London post office; Battle over Russian T V escalates; Bomb blasts London post office; GOMBE STATE: The Journey so far; CBN Governor tasks SMEs over development finance; NUBIFIE, ASSBIFIE lambast First Bank management over staff unionism; Dunlop boss decries importation of ‘Tokunbo’ goods; NSE, Egypt Stock Exchange sign MOU on cross-border investments; Labour, Shipping companies’ alliance is illegal; Virgin Atlantic Airways to fly Nigeria; BPE scrutinises financial proposals of privatisation advisers; FG assures Nigerians of gains in deregulation; Minister explains why govt, regulates importation of generators; The lessons of Shagari’s visit to Abia State; The UBE in poverty alleviation; LG boss criticizes Assembly over tenure; Maitama Sule canvases support for Sharia; Offa polytechnic re-opens soon; Tinubu justifies workers’ retrenchment; AD apologises for gov’s non-performance; Akiga urges Benue govt, to assist FG in security; NUC reviews ‘varsity curriculum; Bizman cautions on resource control; Plateau denies creation of chiefdoms, districts; FRSC records reduced accident rate; Lawmaker lauds passage of secret cult bill; Saraki advocates overhaul of APP; Plateau Assembly passes a resolution on re-election campaign; Benue legislators shun sitting to press for better welfare; INEC announces by-election dates in Kebbi; NNPC acquires photo image processors; CBN creates web site; Science and Tech. inaugurates boards of four parastatals; Protection of intellectual property brings foreign investment; Arzika promises investor friendly environment; Microsoft battles viruses; Ex-cybercop: hackers not the only problem; Bobbie out with Salama Leku; 20-man robbery gang attacks travelers; Anti-robbery squad kills two robbery suspects; Man commits suicide after stabbing ex-wife; Magistrate orders enquiry into suspect’s release; Chairmanship tussle: Court lacks jurisdiction; Declaration of assets by public office-holders is a must; OAU ASUU indicts Borishade over strike; L G s ’ tenure : Chairman criticises legislators; FG to revamp refineries before deregulation; Lawmaker condemns clamour for second terms; Ogunkelu advises against formation of more political parties; IG tasks police on human rights; Ferguson warns players over Champions League; Juve close in on Roma; Diack wants broad support for IAAF leadership; Eko Hotel rejects Eagles • over NFA's indebtedness; Aliu, Hashimu push for promotion in Euro leagues;
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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, April 18, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited,, 2001-04-18) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited.
    Resource control is meaningless-Bala Usman; 5 killed in Plateau; Armed robbers attack Gemade; FG to implement ASUU agreements; Nigeria to get 11 million telephone lines by 2006; Obasanjo gives recipe for Nigeria’s African leadership; CAN calls for dialogue on Sharia; Zamfara governor justifies N500m Islamic hotel; NEPA anxious on Enron project; G w o z a e x e c u t e s N 1 O m p r o j e c t; LG sinks 56 wells in Borno; Nothing mysterious about museums, says Eluyemi; Sawaba, others launch “Rimi 2003” posters; Pension bill ready for second reading; FCE Zaria inaugurates computer centre; Rep. calls for probe of indicted members; Yar’Adua’s death: Obasanjo and Buhari’s selective interpretations; Deregulation: Not a glorious dawn for Nigerians; The m asses and fuel hike; GOV. HASHIDU’S ADMINISTRATION: What People Say; How we stopped electoral fraud; Liberia freezes Sankoh’s accounts; ‘Slave ship’ arrives without children; Gha a arrests former finance minister; Belgium tries Rwandan nuns for genocide; Israel strikes Palestinian targets; Ancient Roman wall collapses; US to negotiate release of spy plane; Separated twins fare well; Commodity Exchange Tussle: NSE, NSSA call for truce; British Airways defends rejection of credit cards; FAAN embarks on audit of pensioners; Habib Bank opens new branch in Abuja today; Africa seeks N4.25bn to revive coffee industry; CBN ups banks’ cash reserve requirements; Guaranty Trust Bank extends services to Gambia; Corruption is killing the Naira; ANCLA condemns composition of NPA’s anti-corruption committee; Trading drops by 36.6m in shares worth N382.7m at NSE; Zenith Bank bags maritime merit award; Committee indicts Aviation parastatals for alleged fraud; Expert warns on looming shortage o f petroleum engineers; Trannex MD calls for courier regulator independent of NIPOST; Liberalisation enhances performance of Nigerian capital market; Baro: The first Nigerian inland and port; Again, grief and blood in Plateau State; ‘You cannot even see a chicken around; Gov. charges US-Nigeria institute on export; Deputy speaker advises on resource control; Egyptian to head Kano University of Technology; NACOMYO opposes deregulation; Gwandu gets new Waziri; Kundu communal clash victims get relief; Jigawa governor tasks youths on poverty; Muslims will resist return of mission schools –scholar; Where is ETF’s missing N40 billion?; Resource control will benefit the North – Braithwaite; CAPP chides political parties’ lack of focus; Environment problems in Nigeria: The facts before us; Selling drugs under the sun; Business begins at Karu international market; Police blame NAF medical centre for constable’s death; Magistrate summons WAPCO chief accountant; Suit against fake P. A to Senate President commences May 9; Work resumes gradually in Abuja after Easter break; Ministry of Environment erects conveniences in Nyanya; FG allocates 17,884 plots of land to 17 states; Nigeria to host preparatory meetings on -earth summit; Munich hopes to end 25-year wait; Ajax suffers blow in Champions League quest; Two Classic records fall in Enugu; Nigerian male team shines at N Commonwealth tourney; Obasanjo to open NUGA festival.
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    Senate investigates fuel importation; NASS wades into FG, ASUU stand-off; Naira devalued 4.5%; ECOWAS moves to enforce sanctions on Liberia; FG restructures Calabar export zone; North gets first private FM station; China releases air crew as US apologises; Nigeria calls for end to visa restriction; Stella Obasanjo visits husband’s prison; FRSC plans accident-free Easter; Taraba Gov. runs to presidency for help; Kano lawmakers threaten deputy governor; FG votes N12.6bn for four steel companies; Why we handed over –Akhigbe; 178 die of measles in Sokoto; North West APP chieftain dies; Muslim youths flay government influence on Hajj; What is our environmental worth?; The three parties and democracy; N.Y.S.C: So far, how far?; Teenage pregnancy: A menace of the time; Deregulation is not the answer for now; The primate in murky waters; Fuel crisis and deregulation; Customs officers are being killed silently!; How Macedonia got the EU’s nod; Sino-American relations and global security; Kenyans face starvation; Israeli tanks attack refugee camp; S Africa approves artificial blood; Lusophone Summit; Rabbi calls for annihilation of Arabs; Mauritania arrests opposition leader; Nigeria joins ISESCO; Malawi stops by-election; Bin Laden’s ‘message’ causes confusion; Powell tours Europe; China to free US air crew; Canada nabs 36 stowaways; German nuclear cargo reaches border; Italy threatens to close Vatican Radio; German nuclear cargo reaches border; Italy threatens to close Vatican Radio; Braithwaite laments na tion’s economic woes; We cannot be stampeded over commodity exchange – SEC; Environment Ministry to promote small and medium industries; Ministry of Transport constitutes “crises free committee”; Ministry of Transport constitutes “crises free committee”; NNPC postpones workshop on local content; NIPC to establish zonal offices; N 110.01m worth of share traded in 1,608 deals at NSE; German airline to operate domestic flight from Minna airport; IMF, ECOWAS back Six-Nation Single Currency; Anglo-America, Oppenheimer family offer $16.7bn for De-Beers; Prices surge on U.S. gasoline; European Telecoms market chalks up; Korean products on display at Nigerstalg; Spectrum comes to Abuja; Tribute to a dynamic amazon; Argungu blames late Mail Daily , Trust delivery on poor town planning; Zamfara distributes 15,000 bicycles to indigenes; Nasarawa gov. unhappy with FG over state of Keffi college; Nigeria on path to greatness – Obasanjo; FG to dredge Oguta lake; Muslim organisation vows to fight oppression; Benue NUT calls for reconstitution of boards; Kano govt makes Qur’anic education compulsory in secondary schools; FG pledges to revive steel industry; Cross River govt to merge institutions of higher learning; Benue gets committee for Obasanjo’s visit; Crosslines to get more vehicles; Deregulation is dangerous-Omu; I have confidence in APP... but – Sarah; Safety matches production plant; Laundry soap production; Making millions from low-cost fish farming; South African Music awards; The Story of the New Nigerian Part XIV; House of Reps member docked over N113 million; Police arrest lecturer for illegal sale of arms; Adamawa: five security men held for murder; Medical doctor arraigned for murder; Police parade eight robbery suspects, recover 15 vehicles; Police commissioner decries mopol attack on musician; Goje explains government’s ban on generators; Women Centre begins assessement survey; Abba-Gana admits distortion of FCT master plan; NEPA retirees misled over gratuity – official; Egypt prepare bid for 2010 World Cup; James dismisses Barca rumours; Man Utd edge closer to title; African stars lit Europe with goals; Agali makes N425m move to Schalke; NFA, Sports Ministry boil over Bonfrere contract; Zamfara Utd, Kano Pillars in war of words; Oneya knocks referees; NEPA FC rejects appeal e’mttee decisions *threatens court action; Obasanjo slams Kanu, Okocha, others; Kanu asks to miss World Cup qualifier.
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    Obasanjo carries campaign to US, Britain; Don’t arrest us, Okadigbo, others tell IGP, minister; Violence escalates in Mideast; INEC begins delineation of constituencies; INEC cancels LG election in Ondo; Air raid only latest Israeli-Syrian grievance; FG upgrades prisons to international standards; Ministry set to harmonise functions of sanitary inspectors; K D S G awards contract for refinery road; Yobe unemployed youths to get interest-free loans; Malumfashi to enjoy improved water supply; VC warns Danfodio varsity students on cultism; NEPA relocates headquarters; Tazarce Syndrome: Democracy or dictatorship?; Al-Muharram: Why the silence?; Has N30billion recovered loot gone missing?; Governor Saminu Turaki, pay our retirement benefits please; Adamawa state university: A political gimmick?; Indian opposition prepares attack; Congolese rebels block UN troops; Bosnia genocide suspect arrested; Calm returns to Cincinnati; Dissident journalists air on new channel; N1.08 trillion Upstream Investments: Obaseki decries low indigenous participation; Rivers State set to build refinery; Remembering Aminu Kano; Civil Education and Democracy in Nigeria; Gov. declares Jigawa guinea worm free; Makarfi urges Christians to learn from Easter; Mrs. Tinubu assists Muslim youths with Nlm; Akilu recommends Sharia for all Nigerians; Rep. blames FG. for ASUU strike; Obasanjo sues for peace; PDP chieftain faults Obasanjo’s assessment of Imo State; 50 million people suffer epilepsy; Economic hardship identified as cause of mental disorder; Herbalists explain focus on STDS; We won't accept Bonfrere's resignation –NFA; Don't dare me, Mahadi warns SSANU; Police warn against disruption of NUGA festival.
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    Mosque collapses, many feared dead; 24 Nigerians to be extradited to US; FG meets NLC today; Another political association emerges; Submit yourself for investigation if you are innocent -A D leader tells indicted Senators; IBB presidential campaign kicks off in Yola; Hausas worry over aftermath of Sagamu crisis; Police to establish police/student forum; Police boss calls for review of mental laws; N G O s raise hope for people living w ith HIV /A IDS; Abba-Gana canvasses support for FG; Lam entations for Gindiri; ASUU: Losing the public relations’ battle (once) again; Obasanjo’s war against poverty; We have to deregulate!; Fuel: deregulation or complicatio n?; Karaduwa zone is marginalized; Let Sarduana’s dream be fulfilled; Senator Khairat is a role model for Muslim women; US-China spy plane talks begin; Genocide suspect pleads not guilty; Indonesia clamps down on militia; India launches new rocket; Nigeria may withdraw from WTO; Na’abba calls for U.S investments in Africa; FG receives knocks over naira’s plunge; Senator cautions against sales of public utilities; British Airways increases business on Nigeria-London route; Borno governor backs deregulation; ETF disburses N8.2bn to tertiary, primary institutions; Inflation in Zimbabwe could hit 70 percent by December; East African countries to classify hotels; Accountant challenges Northern states on media ownership; LASG goes tough on unregistered vehicles; Threshing machines disappear in Dambatta; Mining boss calls for enhanced investment in solid minerals; Council chairman complains of blackmail; INEC prepares for Kebbi by-elections; Boundary clashes: LG boss cries to FG; What you probably don’t know about deregulation; The foreign Powers and the civil war; No, I'll not resign, Yusuf tells Bonfrere; Bonfrere's resignation excites Sport Ministry, NFA; Bonfrere raps NFA,says he’ll quit.
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    Ekwueme, Awoniyi, others boycott PDF meeting; 20 varsities to forfeit N12bn ETF fund; Indicted Senators to vacate posts; PDP resolves to enforce discipline, unite factions; FG bans officials from presidential jets; Low preparation for world leaders; Contracts: FG to insist on engineering designs; NEPA rejects Niger Republic’s request for tariff review; Imoke blames power outage on low water in dams; Fertiliser gulps N 75m in Kano State; Some Kebbi communities use industrial salt for cooking; N10 million monthly deduction hampers council’s performance; Govt, sets up committee to probe causes of communal clashes; Lawmaker enlightens electorates on Assemblymen’s disposition; Nigerians and their elected leaders; Resource control is illegal; Secular status of Nigeria: A constitutional myth?; Re: Obasanjo and 2003, the incumbency factor; How Buyoya survived coup attempt; Palestinian group admits suicide bombing; 12 states get N 13b World Bank facility; Senate Committee insists on establishing Onitsha Inland Port; Nigeria Machine Tools gulps N2bn, still in doldrums; NGO establishes ‘garri’ processing factory; NNPC/Chevron provide mobile clinic to communities; Opening more trade relations between Nigeria and the Netherlands; The Press in Nigeria today; Gov. Adamu urges tolerance between Christians and Muslims; Anti-corruption commission makes case for restructuring; Civil organisations sue for resource control; Kebbi state rejects nonindigenous contractors; Sultan celebrate fifth anniversary on throne; NCNC boss call for more college of education The Executive Secretary of the National Commission for Nomadic Education (NCNE), Prof. Gidado Tahir, has stressed the need for Colleges of Education in the country to begin massive production of teachers for the successful implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) programme. Delivering a lecture at the weekend, at the 19th and 20th convocation ceremony of the Federal College of Education, Pankshin in Plateau state, Tahir said that since the colleges were designed to train teachers and should , teach in primary and junior secondary schools, there were no institutions better suited to produce teachers for the UBE than Colleges of Education; Rep. alerts INEC over plans to rig election; Accurate information is necessary for survival of democracy; Oputa panel is unconstitutional –Tarfa; Love and Courage in Jamila Mohammed’s Pains and Sorrows; Ike marks 70th birthday with literary harvest; New Nigerian: The first 20 years by Turi Muhammadu Part XIX; Plaiting or weaving?1 Let Abuja women do it for you; Fake UNICEF official remanded in prison; Police smash armed robbery gang; Former Miss Abuja loses case; Girl, 12, testifies against mother; Couple faces murder charge; Suspect to appear in court for trying to defraud CBN; Man bags six months for attempted fraud; FG to try nature cures on AIDS; Gwagwa residents cry out for water; Motorists express mixed reactions to voluntary washing of windscreens; NSITF justifies upward review of contributions; Two feared dead as tanker, pick-up collide; Royal father calls for peace in FCT; Boy, 17, escapes death in police quarters; Father disinherits own children; NDE women coordinator commended; Jordan makes fresh hints of comeback next season; AC Milan chief says no deal with Terim; Chelsea aim to keep strike duo; Roma hit winning form again; Rivaldo axed by Brazil; Soccer fans react to Eagles flop in Sierra Leone; Akintunde retains Milo tennis title; Obasanjo opens NUGA; Facilities, perception hamper sports -nipoga boss; NFA call emergency meeting over World Cup fate.
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    FG moves to verify foreign debts; Collapsed mosque; 25world leaders gather in Abuja; 12 confirmed dead; PDP calls panic meeting; Works ministry probes employment scam; Ogunkelu dismisses fear about 2003 presidential election; Perm Secs assure Nigerians of transparent civil service; States and local government to serve as engines of agric development; UNICEF report calls for investment in earliest years of childhood; FG moves to halt plunge of naira; Support government - Yar ’Adua tells the rich; Adamawa state university takes o ff this year; Much ado about a ‘slave ’ ship; Blackm ail from the 'Villa; Re: Sharia: A-G of the federation has locus standi to sue; Adamawa: Making a headway; Regular power supply: Myth or reality; C alling on A .B .U authorities; Dr. Gambo Laraba, northern Icon.; Attention, N.U.R.T.W. national chairman; Justice Umaru Eri should be emulated; All for the queen; 30 children in ‘slave ship abandoned; Israeli company loses diamond license in DRC; British-Nigerian law week begins today; Police battle anti-globalization activists in Canada; Colombia arrests drug baron; FG tackles money laundering as CBN mops up N38tn from circulation; Minister chides manufacturers over cement price hike; Minister chides manufacturers over cement price hike; Abuja Stock Exchange goes “Live” May 2; MAN holds AGM April 26, to announce its new president; Small and medium enterprises agency to take-off soon; IPMAN Election Imbroglio: Appeal court rules against Anekwe, 8 others; Transport minister canvasses support for deregulation; Presidential rebuke: Chairman invites Obasanjo to Abi; FG relaxes relocation conditions for embassies; Benue state releases N 110m for fertilizer; PRTV not under censorship; Offa community installs new Asiwaju; National food scarcity programme underway; Param ountW rulers to get limousines; Minister condemns resident doctors plan to go on strike; Women Affairs Ministry gets work place nursery; Makarfi inaugurates commission' to investigate Zangon Kataf crisis; Adisa advises Saraki to step aside; Tvlorth didn’t marginalize Tvliddle Belt; Fourth dimension group holds parley; Arzika commissions Uyo, Eket digital lines; FG to amend laws on intellectual property; NNPC establishes IT services help desk; New CEO at Yahoo; Fujitsu introduces new pen-tables PC; Ericsson cuts 10,000 jobs; FG plans short-term train services; Britain pledges fairness^ to visa applicants; fract to ease trans-border arrests underway; Community restive over alleged < police killing of teenager; Lawyer, three others in court over forgery; Commuters warned on Berger Junction; Lewis suffers shock defeat; Wenger left to face reality of Arsenal’s European exit; Sydney 2000 c’mttee vows to ensure implementation of report; Nigeria’ll bounce back month –Amun; Defeat hits Nigeria’s World Cup hopes;
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    Indicted Senators lose posts; Obansanjo sacks Malu; other Service Chiefs; Nigeria tasks African countries on AIDS; NCC to auction Broadband Multi-Media Licences; Rimi declares presidential interest; Meningitis kills 40 in Adamawa; Senate condemns Okadigbo, accepts apologies of Haruna Abubakar, others; Why Malu was removed; Forum seeks true federalism resource control; LG chairmen protest deductions from federal allocations; National Frontiers splits Afenifere; Minister warns pilgrims against absconding; Stalking General Abdulsalami Abubakar’s apotheosis; Jolly Nyame and the Zing skirmish; Upgrade FRSC to “National Safety Commission”; BON, time to shed the conservative posture; Educate our girls; Bayo local government needs more districts and emirates; Clinton and Africa; Tshisekedi returns to Congo DR; Armed men rob South African AIDS boy; As Mid East violence rages Perez to visit Powell soon; Gorillas’ friend wins global award; Briton suspected of foot-and-mouth disease; Bush halts hi-tech arms sale to Taiwan; Russia to put first tourist in space; Taraba poised to boost SMEs; NICON sets up benefits for travelers’ scheme; SEC bans NAMBL from capital market; Coal Corporation remodels briquette stove; IMF, World Bank not responsible for Nigeria’s economic woes; FANN workers threaten strike action; Shippers boss calls for upgrading of Inland Ports; NSE trades 76.9 million shares; Dredging of River Niger will enhance tourism; NIPR advised to help carve better image for Nigeria; Zambia to export power to Namibia; ‘Hustlers’ invade Abuja night life; Nigeria intensifies internal security mechanism; Gov. admits federal presence in Kaduna; emergence of democracy not sufficient for rule of law; Health ministry to eradicate polio by 2002; Vice-President solicits private^ sector contribution to education; Akinyemi urges bonding between Nigerians, democracy; Police avert riot in Lagos; Lawmaker enlightens electorate on assemblymen’s disposition; Governor Akande wants PDP to publish its accounts; Senator accuses INEC of rigging; Govt will continue to guarantee religious rights; Atiku urges African countries to jointly fight HIV/AIDS; Commission promises to investigate murder allegation against Amucheazi; Adams Oshiomhole, NLC, others sued for NIOm; Police nab robbery GANG IN LAGOS; Sacked area court judges appeal for reinstatement; Farmers association seeks clarification on deregulation; Massive housing schem underway in Abuja - Abba-Gana; Corner shops may serve as courtrooms in Abuja; Airport staff undergo noise screening; Oliseh, Okocha abandon Eagles; Sports Ministry, National Assembly want Bonfrere sacked;
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    Senate confirms Okadigbo, others guilty; Forgers of VP’s letter-head nabbed; Why I joined the ACF, by Gen. Gowon; ‘You are thieves,’ Obasanjo tells LGs; ‘You are thieves,’ Obasanjo tells LGs; Six killed in police, Fulani clash; NNPC indicts Agip, Texaco, others for diversion; Senate passes vote of confidence in Anyim; NECO registrar calls for more exam bodies; 10,000 policemen to be employed every quarter –Gana; Abuja High Court strikes out case on rights infringement; PDP council chairman removed for diverting cow; Ex-administrator defends former military regimes; Obasanjo approves distribution of grains to Plateau –Dariye; FG declares Friday and Monday public holidays; Nigeria condoles China on death of pilot; 178 people die of measles in Sokoto; Kofi Annan’s second term bid; Resource control: The greed factor; Enron: Heart of the matter; Jigawa: Chasing shadows; A model for pensions scheme;Policing the police; No deregulation for now; Only Sharia can ensure justice in Nigeria; Well done, Kwankwaso but...; Mediation is more satisfying –expert; Chevening: Bridging the link; Liberia’s former minister disappears; Jordan pressures Bush on Middle East; Cabinet reshuffle in Chad; Nujoma accuses US of creating HIV; Zambia mine collapse kills 10; Kenyan students face murder charge; Lusophone summit holds after nine years; Officials deny Fahd’s death; Spy plane row: China rejects US stance; Mother expects custody of internet twins; Dutch parliament approves mercy killing; Singapore separates siamese twins; Bush appoints gay adviser; Peru election ends in run-off as candidate withdraws; Airways workers accuse Atiku, El-Rufai over ploy to buy off NAL; Chevron committed to workers’ safety; ABC, Scotia Capital in $90m loan for UAE’s Oasis; FG to pay Jebba Mill workers soon; NAPIMS boss warns against sharp practices; Shell budgets $2.3bn for 2001 operations; Islamic Bank to aid Palestine with $180m; NITEL meets MTN, EC0NET over GSM take-off; Exchange rates for World currencies against the US dollar as at April 9; Dariye raises committee on Jos Inland Port; Iran to cut oil exports; Oil prices surge by 18cents; Rivers poised to dump NEPA; Odili pledges support for Savannah Bank; NEPC pays N3bn export benefits to 1,087 companies;The smiths; Extending help to the youths; Ambassador flays flogging of juveniles; Lagos airport fire: three FAAN officers removed; Correspondents challenge withdrawal of colleague from govt house press crew; Haruna reconstitutes new boards; No subsidy on fertilizer – Obasanjo; PTA chairman calls for adequate water supply in schools; Northern governors urge FG to suspend issuance of licence to mining coys; Community urges Abiola’s family to resuscitate his farm; Akwa Ibom gets new agric commissioner; Exam ethics project launches campaign for conference on education ethics; Obasanjo advised to pay railway pensioners; No mafia in the Senate- Zwingina; 10 rules for elevating your life; Desertification in Nigeria: Myth and reality; The Story of the New Nigerian Part XIII; Chyzob sues Pfizer, claims N26 million as damages; Police arrest 15 bandits; Customs seize 76 smuggled cars; Lack of infrastructure hampers court decongestion in FCT; Pastor charged for theft; FCT corps members storm Abuja with “Kill the Ghost”; Blind corps member undertakes N120,000 project in Abuja; Minister solicits support for construction of justice ministry headquarters; Man loses wife for converting to Christianity; Sales boy remanded in custody for stealing; FCT minister canvasses moral upbringing of children; Jabi housing scheme: workers report contractor to minister; Deregulation: sale of fuel shifts to bus stops; Cleric warns FG over deregulation; Two million Nigerians benefit from NDE says acting DG; Latin American Round-Up; Woods aims to sweep rest of 2001 majors; Grimandi backs Frenchman Vieira for top English award; Roma face tough Serie A run-in; Bill to abrogate Decree 101 underway; Upset galore at states FA Cup finals; Fans disrupt Kogi FA Cup final; Katsina Utd outshines Nasara FC; FG to construct mini stadia for African fiesta; Reps debate national sports policy.
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    New political association debuts; 19 northern govs, probe hajj 2001; Supreme Court adjourns case to May 21; ALSCON stinks of corruption-Obasanjo *N7.2bn unaccounted for; Adedeji advocates true federalism; FCT chief judge refers Abacha’s case to court of appeal; FG vows to save Abuja from illegal structures; Suit against Head of Service struck out; Governor Sani campaigns against desert encroachment; FG fights desertification with N32bn; Senegal expels Habre; Nasarawa governor woos foreign investors; ABU SSANU braces up for another showdown; ASUU, FG and misplaced priorities; Deregulation: Not yet the lord’s prayer; Gen. Buhari, please contest 2003 election; Interpreting the law; The truth about NEPA; Obasanjo’s economic battles; Borno needs a strong and unified front; Bachama marginalization - a fallacy; Tonnie Iredia’s NTA parley with Zamfara state governor; Daily Times has goofed; Sarah and Co. should contest 2003 election; Letter to the 19 Northern governors; Museveni has no kitchen cabinet- Ugandan envoy; Sudan releases opposition leader ….rebels threaten oil workers; Biya demotes General; Biya demotes General; Driver to testify in school fire case; S/African arms scandal widens; Kuwait: Women football causes controversy; Khatami criticises arrests; NSE posts N14.1b in 3 months; BPE names adviser •BPE names adviser on NlTEL soon; Minister directs suspension of work on N1.5 billion plant; Shareholders forum holds in Kano; Air line operators to pay navigational charges; Katsina steel rolling mill resumes production today; Customs impound 76 vehicles at Idoroko border; OAAN canvasses law against touting, arbitrary taxation; Wema Bank elevates 262; Edo floats N1bn revenue bond; Stockpilling, hoarding, responsible for fuel scarcity -IPMAN scribe; CBN off-loads N591m treasury bills; AP appoints new MD; IBN donates N16m to LBS; Foreigners dominate South African tourism –report; The smiths of Bida (I); Delay in budget approvals is stalling us- chairmen; We’ll rid North-East of bandits if... Bakassi boss; NIPSS raises N75m for library; Gov. Sani denies sour relationship with Christians; Nobody is indispensable; FG to revamp primary health care with N2b; Subjects want district head deposed; NUJ chairman commends Gov. Lawal; Licensed agents fight customs’s men at MMIA; NQA takes deregulation campaign to the grassroots; APP: Can it survive another crisis; Cross-River Assembly orders LG T boss arrest; November election is another litmus test for PDP - LG boss; Gwandara community expresses support for council chairman; Misreporting Atiku; FG to conduct national mental health survey; Canada unveils support for genetic research projects; Rainy season eases fear of meningitis; AIDS confusion strikes South Africa; Cameroonian doctors face accusation of corruption; The Story of the New Nigerian Part XIII; N;ew questions over zobo; NEPA PRO advises consumers; FCT Minister to investigate cost of foodstuffs in Abuja; Arsenal sail through, beat Spurs 2-1; Sanchez salutes defeated Wycombe heroes; Hewitt's win sends Aussies past Brazil; Jackson wants Bryant in Lakers; Mass exodus may hit Pelican Stars; Nigerians should’ve faith in Bonfrere- Abdullahi; Female U-19 tourney draws holds April 17; NIPOGA honours Danjuma, governors; NUGA publicity c’mttee tours media houses * accredits 30 journalists; Aku carpets local coaches; Woods; Waugh; US athletes.
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    FG invites ASUU for dialogue; 24 killed in Nasarawa, Plateau; ...Bandits raid 10 villages, kill 6 in Adamawa; FG, states, LGs share N158bn allocation; INEC can’t register parties; Indecent dressing: NASS may reject female corps members; Adamawa First Lady introduces REAP; Scientists warn on Rivers Niger, Benue, Lake Chad; Gowon inaugurates three ACF committees; West Africa calls extraordinary security summit; Report of the presidential committee on the review of the 1999 constitution; Petrol price deregulation attributed to govt ’s short-sightedness; Akume commends FG for flood relief; Senator unhappy with petroleum bill; Kano NIPR gets new exco; Higher Naira denominations and inflation; What is good for the goose...; Re: Keep it up, Maina Waziri; World conference on racism: Why Nigeria must participate; Re: OBJ, IBB and others; Islamic retail market is a neglected sector; Re: Don’t kill local film production; Re: Hadeija emirate petitioned Oputa panel over Jigawa state; Deregulation is no answer; Wake up, Gwarzo elite; Kudos to Kazaure local government chairman; African Union is the way out (2) –Lamido; Saudi police raid gambling den; Israel tense as festival starts; Police arrest two pupils over fire; Pakistan to send troops to Sierra Leone; Funeral fuels anti-racist anger; Senegalese election campaign begins; Ethiopia and Eritrea meet; Bus collision kills 32 in Tanzania; US optimistic over spy plane talks; War crime tribunal seeks Milosevic; Man stops own funeral; EU to renegotiate Kyoto treaty; Swiss charges former Kremlin aide; Countess embarrasses Buckingham Palace; NCP re-advertises Nigerdock, as workers oppose its privatization ...to sell off three national monuments; Woo banks to Kogi State, Societe Generale boss tells governor; Unions protest new airline out of Nigeria airways; Calabar EPZ granted free trade status; The road to London; Igbo chief sues Bola Ige; Fire razes Kingsway building, bank in Lagos; $210,000 bank fraud: Eight workers arraigned; Patient denies Abalaka; Unstable academic calendar scares expatriate lecturers from UNICAL; I have done a lot for the PDP; Meet Steve Chang: the anti-virus king; FG creates National Geographical system; NITEL gets acting Managing Director; Muslim society opens information centre; Senator advocates protection of intellectual property; Nokia cell phones face problem; Motorola denies liquidity problems; Napster denies breach of order; European Commission probes Intel; Singapore pushes for better-spoken English; Taliban says Bamiyan Buddha rubble not for sale; National Committee on slave Route Project underway—Minister ... also demands return of stolen Artefacts from France; Spice girls will be together at 50-Bunton; Bamako hosts two-day African Language Academy Workshop; The Story of the New Nigerian Part XI; FG urged to develop rails, inland waterways...; Illegal mining will continue unless... –Agabi; Panic grips Dutse as robbery suspects get bail; Man, 60, in court for car theft; Police smash Nyanya robbery gang; Man, 30, remanded for rape; African growth and opportunity act (AGOA) facts you must know ; Public Affairs Section of the Embassy of the United States of America; Barrera outclasses Hamed for unanimous decision; Herren helps keep Celtics playoffs hopes alive; Leeds1 Woodgate and Duberry found not guilty; FI rival wouldn't affect me, says Schumacher; Bonfrere breaches contract-NFA . .. drops rookie Eagles; Nestle donates N1.3m to NTF; Resign now, Akinyele tells Oneya No, I won’t –Oneya; AFN, athletes set for Ibori tourney; Flying Eagles lack character - Oneya; NEPA lifts Abuja FA Cup.