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    Friday April 24 - Thursday April 30 Vol. 1 No. 6
    (Media Trust Limited, 1998-04-24) Weekly Trust
    Friday April 24 - Thursday April 30 Vol. 1 No. 6 GDM: The story of a convention. Pg.1; we better take another line by M D Yusufu. Pg.3; Tunji Braithwaite’s swan song. Pg.4; Katsina LGs struggle to pay salaries. Pg.5; Fuel now N45 a liter in Sokoto? Pg.5; Govt commended over hajj. Pg.5; Does prison reform? Pg.6; Passport racket in Zamfara. Pg.7; Interview with Comptroller General of Immigration, Alhaji Sahabi Abubakar Dange. Pg.7 The Sisterhood (2). Pg.14; Why Bretch? And why not? Pg.12; ABANTU: People for Development. Pg.13; How UN CP acted own script. Pg15; Politicians offer fuel for votes. Pg. 15; The battle for Kano market Why chairmen are boycotting Adhama. Pg.16; University press to resume sales of books on credit. Pg.16; 5 soldiers, 4 others arrested for alleged robbery. Pg.18; Ebonyi to train traditional birth attendants. Pg.18; Appeal court nullifies sale of house over 1981 loan to buy car. Pg.18; FSP chairperson sets up marriage guidance council. Pg.18; The 'Northern* cross in Nigerian politics. Pg.19; Northern ‘Not-Abies’ not 'Notables. Pg.19; Where does Cambodia go after Pol Pot? Pg.20; Identity of Martin Luther’s assassin still a puzzle. Pg.20; Tony Blair first aid for Middle East peace process. Pg.21; Somalia back to old ways -kidnap, violence and confusion hold sway. Pg.21; Crashed Boeing 727 black box found. Pg.21; Dent on Irish peace treaty. Pg.21; Too many favourites for a group, yet.. France ’98 first round Group D preview. Pg.22; Eagle Cement, Jasper United in survival battle. Pg.23; National under-17 team Adults as toddlers? Pg.23; The 'Northern' cross in Nigerian politics. Pg.24; Convention politics. Pg.24;
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    Weekly Trust Friday April 17 – Thursday April 23, 1998
    (Media Trust Limited, 1998-04-17) Weekly Trust
    Weekly Trust Friday April 17 – Thursday April 23 1998 The Aminu Kano dairies. Pg.1-2; There is nobody like him - Lawan Dambazau pg.2; The entries: A taste of things to come pg.3; Military officer, woman face tribunal pg.5; Judge condemns court over judgment pg.5; Rehabilitation: Trade fair ground gulps N1.3 billion pg.5; Court orders former AG to pay debt pg.5; Briton swindles Idumota businessman pg.7; Culture: Irish priest acquires traditional title pg.11; Juggling the forces of darkness and light pg.12; FEAP and NDE: Two friends alike pg.13; Confusion in American Nigeria policy? Pg.15; Wada Nas visits Lawan Dambazau pg.17; Corps members serve more firms for cash pg.17; Student, Indian hemp dealer arrested pg. 17; Vision 2010 and its challenges pg.18; Clinton sex saga: The Israeli connection pg.20; Hammas on the offensive as pope calls for peace pg.21; IMF says world economy in good shape pg.21; Ireland marches towards peace pg.21; Hosts for one, two for one France ’98 First Round Group C Preview pg.22; Pre-World Cup friendly Bora confronts German machine pg.23; All eyes on Maiduguri pg. 24;
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    Weekly Trust Friday April 10 - Thursday April 16, 1998 Vol 1 No. 4
    (Media Trust, 1998-04-10) Weekly Trust
    Weekly Trust Friday April 10 - Thursday April 16, 1998 Vol 1 No. 4 Buhari forgives Abacha, IBB. Pg.1-2; Buhari: Time and old wounds. Pg.3; Lawyer nabbed for alleged forgery. Pg.5; Court convicts girl rapists in Zamfara pg.5; 900 civil servants lose case for reinstatement pg.6; Life after the civil service pg.7; Fuel scarcity: search for petrol brings sorrow to man pg.8; Is newspaper publishing possible in the North? Pg.9; Publishing in the north: The challenge of the 21st century, Dan Agbese, Editor-In-Chief, Newswatch pg.12; The state of publishing in the North pg. 14; Computer companies lose money pg.18; Japanese economy in trouble pg.18; President Clinton’s African safari pg.20; Oil windfall soon for Angola pg.21; Rwandans remember massacre pg.21; Another Philippino journalist shot by criminals pg.21; Koromah’s men on trial in Sierra Leone pg.21; So much available, yet so much to fear: France ‘98 First Round Group B Preview pg.22; FIFA presidency: CAF’s wrong steps pg.23; Pro-league: Battle of supremacy pg.23; Ritual killings: Time to act pg.24; No safety for northerners pg.24;
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    Friday December 4, 1998 Vol 1 No. 38
    (Media Trust Limited, 1998-12-04) Weekly Trust
    Friday December 4, 1998 Vol 1 No. 38 Secession bid Oodua plans to disrupt elections, Pg.1-2; Let everybody go his way - Oodua activist, Pg.2 -3; Our stand - Dr. Fasheun, Pg.4; We are ready for them -Police Commissioner, Pg.5 -6; Shagari condemns money politics, Pg.7; Don advocates fuel subsidy, Pg.7; Nas, The Guardian in court over Abacha story, Pg.7; KDSG assesses development projects, Pg.7; Traders in Gusau to benefit from N32 million largesse, Pg.7; Indigenous investors urged to invest in NNPC, Pg.8; British Petroleum buys Amoco, Pg.8; NIDB recovers 3 billion naira, Pg.8; Airfrance joins Nigeria Airways, Pg.8; New banks out-do old ones, Pg.8; All workers to enjoy revised new salaries, Pg.9; ALSCON loses over N100 million to strike, Pg.9; Claims and counter claims at the herbal medicine fair Pg.10 -11; Onosode’s Kano declaration, Pg.12; ABU 28th Joint Convocation, Pg. i –viii; El-Zak-Zaky: The politics of detention and repression. Pg.21, Re -Katsina: princes at war, Pg.22; In defence of FEDA pioneer Exco, Pg.22; Give us justice, good governance in Kano state, Pg.22; The Islamic movement: The real issues, Pg.23; MOVEMENT FOR DEMOCRACY AND JUSTICE: A New Beginning for Nigeria Economic development with social justice, Pg.24 – 25; Looting in Pakistan, Pg.26; Broken truce, Pg.27; Palestine to enjoy 3billion dollars aid, Pg.27; The Imam from London, Pg.28; 10.000 Athletes storm Owerri, Pg.30; Champions league final: ASEC ambush Dynamos, Pg.30; NFA wields the big stick help in continental club representatives recruitment, Pg.31; Tunisian club wins CAF cup, Pg.31; Achimugu cup national qualifiers begins, Pg.31; Lautai FC win Hassan Katsina Cup, Pg.31; The Islamic movement: the real issues, Pg.32.
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    Friday April 24 - Thursday April 30
    (Media Trust Limited, 1998-04-24) Weekly Trust
    The story of a convention. Pg.1; we better take another line by M D Yusufu. Pg.3; Tunji Braithwaite’s swan song. Pg.4; Katsina LGs struggle to pay salaries. Pg.5; Fuel now N45 a liter in Sokoto? Pg.5; Govt commended over hajj. Pg.5; Does prison reform? Pg.6; Passport racket in Zamfara. Pg.7; Interview with Comptroller General of Immigration, Alhaji Sahabi Abubakar Dange. Pg.7 The Sisterhood (2). Pg.14; Why Bretch? And why not? Pg.12; ABANTU: People for Development. Pg.13; How UN CP acted own script. Pg15; Politicians offer fuel for votes. Pg. 15; The battle for Kano market Why chairmen are boycotting Adhama. Pg.16; University press to resume sales of books on credit. Pg.16; 5 soldiers, 4 others arrested for alleged robbery. Pg.18; Ebonyi to train traditional birth attendants. Pg.18; Appeal court nullifies sale of house over 1981 loan to buy car. Pg.18; FSP chairperson sets up marriage guidance council. Pg.18; The 'Northern* cross in Nigerian politics. Pg.19; Northern ‘Not-Abies’ not 'Notables. Pg.19; Where does Cambodia go after Pol Pot? Pg.20; Identity of Martin Luther’s assassin still a puzzle. Pg.20; Tony Blair first aid for Middle East peace process. Pg.21; Somalia back to old ways -kidnap, violence and confusion hold sway. Pg.21; Crashed Boeing 727 black box found. Pg.21; Dent on Irish peace treaty. Pg.21; Too many favourites for a group, yet.. France ’98 first round Group D preview. Pg.22; Eagle Cement, Jasper United in survival battle. Pg.23; National under-17 team Adults as toddlers? Pg.23; The 'Northern' cross in Nigerian politics. Pg.24; Convention politics. Pg.24;