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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, January 17, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-01-17) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Tinubu threatens cattle dealers; Abuja Airport mishap: No danger to President’s life; N938m for Legislators’ Insurance; Coup in the Congo: Kabila shot; Rep. Flays purchase of N80b Presidential Jet; Workers puzzle over continued NHF deductions ; Retired NTC workers threaten mass suicide; Kebbi, NTI to provide 1,200 teacher for UBE; Foreign exhibitors expected in Kaduna fair; Robbers set Mercedes car on fire; DT staff loses mum; Government Stakeholders disagree over Malaria roll-back; IBB campaigner detained; UNIMAID ASUU declares war on rogue lecturers; World Bank Rules to Guide UBE implementation; HIV patients testify against Abalaka’s vaccine; The Return of IBB; LETTER OF THE DAY; For better, for worse; The Verdict; Calling on the Northern Consultative Forum; France has sympathy for ECOWAS; Why embassies shun Abuja; Lingering cholera stalks Zambian; Al- Bashir forms govt, next month; Palestinian refugees mobilize back-home initiative; Longest underwater road to take shape; Central America recounts losses to earthquake; Donors identify priorities for the poor; Democracy makes in-road in Myanmar; BPE recovers Durbar Hotel from Dan Kabo; Duty Rate on “Tokunbo cars still 30 per cent; Zambian president kicks against privatization ;Summary of money market report last week; Oil cuts: OPEC decides today, as Lukman quits; Sardauna apologized twice in one day; Akintola chose to die with Sardauna; VOX POP ON Sardauna; Akintola chose to die; Commissioners supervise fuel sales in Kano; Veepee’s wife laments ordeal of Nigeria girls in Europe; Emir bemoans neglect of police; ETF received only N15.9 billion in 2 years; Director dies on fuel queue; S.S.S. Official Nabbed for Robbery; Surrender UBE to States-Onazi; Yobe budgets 18bn; Soldier slumps at Parade; Yoruba Muslims challenge Afenifere supremacy; Okoye threatens court action against Tempo; 2003 election: South-South holds the ace; We’ve only suspended probing Gov. Kachalla-Borno speaker; ECOWAS parliament convenes on Jan.20; Shittu’s abduction condemned; APP chieftain opposes national conference; Kano APP accuses Kwankwaso of sabotage; FG releases tourism programme for 2001; New Luigi’s unfolds at Sheraton; Not just waiting to die; Minna prepares for the “Talba; Market days in Abuja; AMAC cracks down on drug hawkers; Teenager jailed for pick-pocketing at National Mosque; Head of service pledges to fight corruption; House-to-house immunization begins in Abuja; Australian Open Court under scrutiny; Leeds chairman attacks FIFA over transfer; Goodwill Games expands reach; William’s sisters make bold Open start; Onigbinde condemns NFA for poor performances; Lack of funds hamper swimming; Lebeouf set for move to Monaco; Rookie wins Tucson Open; Tension at Plateau United camp ...players may lose monthly salary; West Ham call Off Amoruso deal; Premiership plans elite league for reserves; Agassi rules himself out of Davis Cup; Beijing should not get Olympics, says Zelenzny; Waugh faces anti-corruption investigation;
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    Daily trust newspaper Thursday, January 18, 2001
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-01-18) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Pifzer Scandal: US agency disowns drug; FG drops PAP, creates PEP; Congo coup attempt: Kabila’s son takes over; 1,000 workers sacked illegally in plateau; Zamfara govt. slashes hajj by 25%; FRSC gives reasons for accidents; Save assembly plants from collapse – Shagari; Sacked Plateau workers to get entitlements; Katsina NOA starts campaign; Suspended aide recall Barak counts on peace-talks for re-election; Police Service Commission list ready; NITEL M-Tel staff to be redeployed; Gov. Kure assures of rural assures of electrification; Ulama kicks against US AID; CRHA approves 2001 budget; Stop cement dumping—CCNN chairman urges FG; Faith without works; Congo: From bad to worse; Message of goodwill; Fallouts of Governor dariye’s trips; RECEPTION 2000: Has a northern messiah emerged?; Who Obasanjo now?; The evil of World Bank/IMF; Gen. Babangida’s travails; Support our northern press; Home truths for President Obasanjo; Governor Saminu Turaki Deserves thumbs up; Bauchi state law-makers, toothless bull-dogs; AIDS pandemic deadlier than war; Marxists closer to power in Cape Verde; Opposition in Zimbabwe witch-hunts Mugabe; FPI loses election to opposition in Cote D’Ivoire; Barak counts on peace-talks for re-election; Iraq still defies America; Aziz challenges Bush; Conflict a victory, says Saddam; OPEC clashes export by 1.5 million barrels; GSM: Bidding closed at $150m,continues today; CBN predicts economic boom in 2001; Standard Trust Bank to host investment summit; MMA terminal reconstruction to gulp N.2billion; Expert makes case for alternative energy; CICO declares bonus shares as earnings dip; Exploit AGOA , Minister urges investors; Kaduna Trade Fair takes off next month; Nigeria’s sugar production up by 50 per cent; NITEL, M-TEL probe shifts to Lagos; Ahmadu Bello’s successors were his opposite —Abubakar Tuggar; Like lamb to the slaughter; No room for free passengers; Victims of OPC violence claim N40m compensation; Edo Customs Command realized N1.4 billion in 2000; Accommodation racket at UNILAG; Minna to regain lost glory; We’ll not recognize Afenifere, YCE Leadership; Gana uncovers plot to destabilize govt; No automatic second term for AD govs — Abdulkadir; 2003: There is no vacancy in Aso rock- Rep Ahmed lawan; Carnival Swinging Carnival at Minna; Death drama in Congo; IG orders probe of N250 million 419 scam; Embattled councilors get bail; Police kill 5 robbers in Jos; 35 -year- old man in court for robbery; Police to start 24-hour patrol in the East; Armed robbery suspect dies smoking Indian hemp; Separation of FCDA from MFCT underway; Court jails man, 23, for stealing; Abuja may host ECOWAS parliament secretariat; Chikwe says FAAN is to be re-organized; Obasanjo needs an 8-year-tenure,says youth leader; FG sets up committee on retrieval of illegal arms; FCT NDE gets new coordinator; Tijjani can check Bonfrere, says Obienu; A digest of African soccer stories; Nigeria for weightlifting tourney; HFN to feature in 11 tourneys; FEYSOC boss bags chieftaincy title; Koeman: Figo’s departure was a big mistake; Ali in world sports awards dinner;
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    Daily trust newspaper Thursday, January 25, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-01-25) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Obasanjo dissolves cabinet; OPC mayhem: Faseun is liable, Gani Adams still wanted; Approval for Pfizer drug test was forged; Senate takes stock, congratulates self on 76 bills; Oseni replaces Okupe; Evolve more political parties in Nigeria; 5 perm secs, 11 others demoted, retired in Ondo; Sharia: Councilor sentenced to 11 months; Lagos Cattle dealers debunk government reason for ejection; NSHA clears pilgrims board; Obasanjo leaves for Switzerland; TarauniL.G. spends N16m on school buildings; Fire razes Abuja High Court; Keffi LG chairman gets ultimatum; Gombe receives N2m Islamic books; THISDAY editors escape death in plane crash; One trillion naira lost on abandoned property; Fire destroys property worth N18.5million in Ebonyi; IBB’s marine story; Regional governors meetings; Sir Ahmadu Bello: The leader of the century; Atiku Abubakar and the north; A case against state police; Re-Slinging mud without facts; Come Home Gwarzo LG chairman; China would not tolerate separation in Taiwan; Democrats raise concern about Bush tax cut; 25 US embassy staff leave Congo; Mideast peace hangs in balance as talks suspended; South African minister calls for vigilance against racism; Countries in Congo war to meet at UN in February; G-77: Nigeria’s graceful exit; ICAN President makes case for economic recovery; UBA Plc to fund private sector; AP Shareholder challenges Board composition; Stock Market Report for January 23,2001; NASSI seeks explanation on 10% profit disbursement; Mubeco in receivership, properties up for auction; Microsoft to pay Sun $20 million in settlement; FG urged to reduce procedural documentation in FEM; OPEC oil cuts: World Market update; Plateau government awards N2 billion contracts; NEPA has not been given $51 million; Nigeria’s High Commission in Britain under probe; NNPC sympathizes with explosion victims; ETF introduces library development fund; Port reforms create 5,000 jobs; Obasanjo retires NVRI director; Yobe plans head count, training for destitutes; Bread scarcity hits Lagos as bakers close shop; National integration group meet deadlocked; MOSOP reject Shell’s re-entry into Ogoni; “I drove Kudirat’S assassins”; Mrs. Babangida calls for prompt payment of bills; Nassarawa poly provost warns against intolerance; Diallo, Mantu head Ecowas Parliament; Benue speaker advocates govt of integration; 2003: PDP chieftain supports Obasanjo; Anyim tasks Nigerian ambassadors; Presidency not afraid of U-50 politicians –Okupe; JN-West canvasses for more parties; A new concept in High Fish production!; A boy goes to school! (Ill); Shehu shagari: Beckoned to serve; Plans to commercialize refuse collection run into hitches; Electrical contractors to assist NEPA; Abuja INEC begins training programme; Abuja gets multi-million Naira auto garage; France gets red card for World Cup costs; Everything to play for; Clement upsets Kafelnikov to reach open semifinal; Derby dangles N3m on Taribo; Bonfrcre may miss Eagles/Sudan clash; Blatter calls for unity in EU/FIFA transfer talks; Onya disowns Akpokona Equaveon; Hingis battles past serena;
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, January 23, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-01-23) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Nigeria loses N24 bn in 6 months; GSM:NCC to revoke defaulters licenses; New ministers next week; Village razed; Border communities migrate to Cameroon; New ministers; Corruption is deep seated, says Obasanjo; INVEST AND MAKE MONEY with YUKIMS PLASTIC machines; Tinubu’s quit order: 300,000 cattle dealers now homeless; Police Boss Appears before House; FG to recover 2 billion dollars loot in foreign banks soon -Abubakar; 4 clergy men burnt to death; Communique calls for police presence at disputed border; Join in Nation building; Politician tells Kano deputy Gov. to resign; SSG condemns ban on fuel surface tanks; Niger plans car loan for doctors; Former SGF calls on north to embrace UBE; The lessons from Kabila’s demise; The N80 Billion Aircraft; Re: secret Killings Rock Gombe State; Between NECO and WAEC; God used Gov. Makarfi; Don’t be vengeful Mr. President; Where is Yakasai; Clarify these issues Obasanjo; Late Idiagbon was right; A job well done; Israel, opens borders for Palestinian workers; Bush warns staff on high ethical standards; Arroyo takes charge in Manila but Estrada may fight; Death toll from Indonesian landslides hits 51; Production of cocaine, heroin drop—UN; China woos rival Taiwan, warns US to stay out; Landslide buries Tanzanian village, 15 feared dead; Saudi bans Uganda pilgrims over ebola fears; Taylor alleges “big Hands were behind Kabila’s death; Congo rebels describe brutal killings in northeast; Chiluba asks parties to keep DKC peace Process on course; Kinshasa mourns Kabila; Casamance rejects independence; NNPC: lambasts pipeline obstructors, to take legal action; Debt relief: Group advocates improved mechanism; Chevron releases Y2K safety report; FG, Intercity Bank to launch shares purchase loan scheme; v2001 budget could jumpstart the economy - FBN MD; The Nigerian Stock Market; Ship tally; defaulters to face embargo; I will introduce Shariah, but …Gov. Hashidu; NAN boss calls for maintenance of environment; Retrenchment fever grips Oyo Civil Servants; Lagos begins airlift of pilgrims Feb. 11Lagos; Bayero urges Nigerians to eschew bigotry; FG to spend N2.5 b on Adamawa roads; Save ECOWAS; Firm gets two weeks ultimatum on bridge designs; PEP second phase kicks off March; Lagos plans truck terminal for Orile; Crisis stalls Arewa project in Edo; FG awards N223 million erosion control contracts in Niger state;U-50 politicians are military apologies; Join APP Yerima urges Obasanjo; Chief Imam advises Na’abba; Singing against AIDS; A place called Shagari; Teenage mother prefers Sharia to Canadian intervention; NANS set up task force on fuel; Perm, sec laments poverty in the north; Attah commends Kwankwaso; NIPOST celebrates African postal Day; Customs Officers kill smugglers in shoot-out; Advance fee fraud deal: Moroccan National Appears in court for escaping from lawful Arrest; Human Rights Lawyer, brother in court for Stealing; Inaugural address of George W. Bush; Vehicle number plate racketeering booms in Abuja; 6m children immunized in FCT; Keshi shuns Sango; NFA invites five pros to Flying Eagles; Ameobi thrills Bonfrere; Chevron staff sponsor taekwondo; Eaglets off to Bari; United sees off Jigawa; No date yet for basketball league; Sango backs Bonfrere; Makinen captures Monte Carlo; World Cup qualifier: Sudan sends warning signal; Gilchrist puts Australia on top; John retains title; Agassi backs McEnroe; 22 female soccer teams for Maryam Babangida tourney; Adams retires; Arsenal can’t stop Kanu- NFA; Eagles camp still empty;
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, January 16, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-01-16) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Northerners were wonderful people—Nzeogwu s mother; PDP crisis threatens Obasanjo’s re-election; Salvadoran Earthquake: President appeals for external aid; Extradition Saga: AG not liable; FG Spends N4bn to fight Aids; Auto Crash Claims 23; I will restore Military glory – Obasanjo; Police, vigilante trade blames over clashes; Satellite campus operators take NUC to court; Repair Suleja hospital- Mrs. Kure; Pfizer scandal: Kano exco did not approve test - Dep. Gov.; Adamawa needs N500m for water distribution; Kebbi to uplift 5 villages; Stop blackmailing FG, minister tells Tinubu; Japanese IT aid for Nigeria; First lady to commission search and rescue boat in South Africa; Obasanjo opens Kaduna trade fair Feb 17; Victims of OPC Violence Demand Compensation; No single leader in Yorubaland- Adegbite; Privatization will not sacrifice excellence; Jigawa distribute Zakkat; Camel attacks Owner; Kano Starts daily ministerial briefings; 'Opening Salvo or Getting things bad on Course; Reduce Hajj Fares; Up hold truth always, never compromise; Keep the Weekly Trust you have gained on a daily basis; Breeding a Technological Culture for Development; The ever-encroaching Desert in Nigeria; Governor Mu’azu has proved his mettle; Dilemma of northern print media; Nigeria: One nation bound in freedom and unity; Palestine still imprisoned by Israel — Palestinian Ambassador; Experts lobby Bush for strong US military abroad; More die in Central America’s earthquake; BBC forum wants African despots to stay; Polls decide Opposition’s fate in Zimbabwe; AIDS spotlight soar with more deaths; Palestinian Authority cracks down on Israeli collaborators; Arab prospects brighten In America; Nigeria, UK grapple with passport scam; NIPC Launches Internet Website, to open Overseas Offices; Niger dock divests to offshore construction; Osun secures six foreign loans; Level of Distress in Nigeria’s banking system as at Dec 1999; Italian firm to acquire CALCEMCO; Nigeria to benefit from Japan’s Information and Technology Aid; NEPC urges Nigerians to partake in Khartoum Fair; Minister chides Lagos Governor on IPP; Lawmaker blames neglect of plants on inadequate power supply; Sardauna was God’s appointee-Ahmadu Fatika; I delivered IBB’s motorcycle from Sardauna-Premier’s driver; Our people corrupted northerner-Mama Nzeogwu; Just leave Obasanjo out of this - Nzeogwu’s sister; Steer clear of Alliance for Democracy (AD)-Abdulkadir warns Afenifere; Gombe assembly clerk resigns; Gov. Kure’s re-election campaign kicks off; Group condemns IBB’s 2003 ambition; Gov. Kure’s re-election campaign kicks off; Anenih’s wife tasks female politicians; LG boss advises political office holders; Reps to initiate laws on education; N/Assembly has oversight powers, Rep. insists; Councilors hold LG boss hostage; Southern governors meeting to strengthen unity; Rep blames NEPA’s failure on obsolete equipment; Senator pledges to de-worm 18,000 school children; Eight councilors suspended; When water is the issue; “I died from the beginning to the end” —Artistic Director, National Troupe; Sheraton Exhibition: Carvings, paintings and colors; We have stamped out mail-pilfering-Master General; Beware of FCDA car park; Police says no objection to Bakassi, but...; Lagos high Chief Arrested for child theft; Report of Loss of Nigerian Passports rampant in U.K; LG Chairman held hostage by Councilors; Police recover N350,000 in sewage pit; Pyakasa health center in limbo; NIPOST begins mobile post office in Abuja; Abalaka to participate at consensus workshop on HIV; Water scarcity hits Gwagwa, Karmo, Dei-Dei; Sewage system leaks in Abuja; Abuja residents disappointed over super Eagles’ performance; Joint Action to privatize refuse collection in Abuja; Bunu bags honorary award from FUT Owerri; A glimpse into the future; Eagles kick against Port Harcourt; Dokic booed after first-round exit; Vieri berates Inter’s fickle fan; Students threaten to disrupt NUGA; Stam happy at Manchester United; Four female teams for Ramat Cup final; Nigeria show interest in Tour de France; Becker divorced; Sampras beats Kucera in four set thriller; Gilchrist earns extended run; FIFA, UEFA discuss transfer rift; …. No new date yet for talks on transfer system wrangle.
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    Daily trust newspaper Monday, January 15, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-01-15) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Danjuma, Abubakar Delay Cabinet Reshuffle; Diya, others to appear at Oputa panel; Overzelous security men caused Airport mishap; Useni Extols Sardauna’s Virtues; 5 Taraba legislators die in 2 months; Fuel hawkers, Police face off in Zaria; Zakzaky calls for global action against Israel; Contractors fume at exco; Kure commissions rural electricity; BUK re-opens Jan 22; Kwankwaso, calls for Fasheun’s prosecution; Plateau screens pilgrims; Albarka lifts 160,000 passengers in 9 months; Atomic agency donates research equipment to ABU; Extend sharia to the South; No Hiding place for rogues; Our mission is possible; Reminiscences of January 15; Reparation, the forgotten issue; INEC and the Public National Forum, PNF; Ex-rulers’call for clemency for Mohammed; Daily Trust, a welcome development; “We missed you badly, Aminu Kano”; “There will be no sacred cows”; Democracy, not Nepotism; Musharaf’s coup not America’s desire; Clinton passes Middle East problem to Bush; China adopts Internet University; Sudanese envoy dismisses opposition’s claims; Arabs doubt Bush over Middle East; NGO studies Benin elections for awareness campaign; White House mobilises offensive against blood diamonds; Macedonia executes 15,000 dogs, cats; Crocodile kills woman in romantic swim;U N E S C O ta k e s Rights promotion to UBE; Man dies for failing to get married; condom crisis deepens in Zambia; CKiria sets up test-tube sheep centre; ALSCON, NIOMP, others restructured for privatisation; Govt to boost capacity utilization; Govt exempts export oriented companies from tax; Inland Bank’s earnings hit N1.7b; NIGERIAN EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL Stock Market report for January 10 18th INTERNATIONAL FAIR OF KHARTOUM; Stock Market report for January 10;Oil firm s to meet 2008 flare-out target; NEPA begins staff audit; Bill on HYPPADEC underway; Sardauna treated us with fairness; They informed me five days after his death; Tribute to Sardauna in pictures; Sardauna treated us with fairness; They informed me five days after; Crisis in Kano PDP; PDP crisis: Let’s put our house in order; AD chairman scores Obasanjo low; Executive did not torch Borno Assembly; j The MacArthur Foundation, Nigeria; Keffi hospital to the rescue; Health: Your wealth in life; Shagari: A Quiet Man Opens UP; Shehu Shagari: Beckond to serve; FCT Minister restrained over plot reallocation; 9 car snatchers nabbed; Business m an bags three months for theft; Accused bags 24 months for rape; Farmer docked for attacking couple; Police inspector escapes lynching by NEPA star; Court adjourns Abacha’s suit against Oputa Panel; Police cell overcrowded; Beggars, Prostitutes invade Abuja; Abuja varsity gets Medical School soon; Fire Service still in doldrums; ‘Quick business’ in Abuja filling station; Kucera hopes to rekindle Aussie Open feat; Chilavert in conflict with starboug; Agali ‘chops’ Chipolopolo; Eagles/Chipolopolo match records casualty; Nigeria evens record with Zambia; Bida Lions may abandon league; Bonfrere blames players for lack-lustre performance.
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    Daily trust newspaper, Friday, February 10, 2006
    (Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2006-02-10) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Lawal’s goal gives Nigeria bronze; ANPP trustees disown factions; Why I opened up –Dariye -He lied –Mantu; You can’t ban Hisbah -Shekarau tells IG; NCAA grounds Kings, Sudan Airlines; We didn't touch Plateau funds –PDP; Cartoon: Chief Imam urges police to beef up security in Abuja; We are not sitting on reform bills, Senate replies Obasanjo; Jigawa releases N22m for renovation of school; Senate orders release of N27bn oil revenue; Fund diversion: LG chairmen escape assault; ANPP: The plots, the agenda, the crises; Security guard arrested for illegal possession of firearms; Four civil servants docked for fraud; NDA Major dupes Kano vehicle dealer; Taraba police arrest blind gang leader, 45 other robbery suspects; Retired school principal killed, dumped in car; Man, 70, others arrested over Indian hemp; Two arraigned for Impersonation; Pipeline vandals economic saboteurs -Civil defense boss; Taraba police indicts politicians over crime surge; Agunloye, e-government and transparency; Blasphemy: Anew defining moment; Re: 2007: Bisi Abiola mobilizes women for Babangida; Kudos, Gov. Ibrahim Idris; Pakistan attack death toll rises to 22; High security in Iraq for Ashura; Israel ‘regrets Saddam overthrow’; Parents protest child’s spelling bee loss; House burns while man makes a food run; Integration hitches stall bank operations; CAC sacks 100 over fraud; Starting and successfully sustaining your business; Index, market capitalization up at Exchange; Enugu farmers receive 100 metric tons of fertilizer; Noble bachelor who hates women; Use colour to your advantage; Food: When it can be poisonous; Nigeria, Switzerland, launch crusade against human trafficking; Senior bachelors’ club; Grassroot participatory democracy; Inside the ghetto barracks of Lagos; UDUS M. S. S. condemn Danish cartoon; 10,000 women get N180m goat rearing loans in Jigawa; 3rd term: Rep debunks bribery allegation; Aviation engages Norwegian firm for safety aids; Kaduna Capital School old students meet Feb. 11; NYSC to flush out ghost workers; 3rdterm: Nigerians should trust senators –Zwingina; Niger explains salary delay; Borno NDP leadership resigns; Why we moved against Etiebet, by Bafarawa; Bauchi elders move to reconcile Muazu, Yuguda; Egypt’s home brew face Ivorian exports; Eagles Ouster: Nigerians call for probe; Commonwealth Trials: 700 athletes converge in Abuja; Eagles get World Cup 2010 backing; Sambawa boosts Eagles; Mido makes public apology; Blasphemy: A new defining moment.
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    Daily trust newspaper, Wednesday, February 8, 2006:
    (Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2006-02-08) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Nigeria crashes out; Kano assembly burns Danish, Norwegian flags; 3rd term: CNPP, others tell Obasanjo to emulate Mbeki; Plot to break ANPP thickens; FG to establish African Investment Bank; Nigeria’s first vet doctor, Bukar Shuaibu, dies at 79; 2007: I’m not fronting for IBB-Kontagora; Obasanjo accuses NASS of stalling reforms; FCT disburses N1.5m to indigenes; ACD for launch Saturday -Jimeta in charge; Mantu’s committee members move to change hearing venues; APRM offers another chance for good governance –Ekaette; N28.8m scam: Registrar, 2 others know fate Feb 27; Youths set ablaze suspected ritualists in Zaria; 2005: Fire kills 19 in Jigawa; Kano coy severs ties with Danish partners; Goodluck deal for Bayelsians; X-raying Adamawa’s revenue board; Random News: Read by Kounta Kinti; The role of the youth in national development; The West’s ‘knowledgeable ignorance’ and clash of civilizations; Kabila to contest DR Congo poll; Koreans express confidence on leader; Annan to use prize money for Africa foundation; Four US marines killed in Iraq bombings; Tensions rise in Denmark-Iran row; Haiti set for landmark elections; US presidents expected at king funeral; 13 killed, 11 hurt in Afganistan bombing; China editor died after beating; Squirrels, cows, kebabs top odd British insurance claims; Potato danger: you want collision with that?; Nigeria saves N160bn through due process; NAGAFF president warns on port reform s; Police nab 14 stowaways; Customs agents release election guidelines; Will G8 deliver on Africa’s promises in 2006?; Groups confirms Nigeria’s BB- rating by Fitch; Makuju urges confederation of professional bodies; NMA partners banks for increased capacity; Coca-Cola reports drop in profit; Nigeria sales boost PZ Cussons; China poses threat to UK economy; Cartoons: Iran cuts trade ties with Denmark; Oil price drops below $65; Two arrested for alleged attempt to defraud company of N1.2m; robbers attack Trust staff; man, 30, in court for stealing computer accessories Pirates wreak havoc on Bayelsa waterways; Three in court for damaging computer; Alamieyeseigha’s illness stalls trial; Bolingo Hotel cashier detained over missing $23,000; Motorists send SOS to govt on Sheka Road; Shekarau tasks NPC on accurate census figures; Tinubu inaugurates panel on Aiah crisis; Five injured in area boys, Keke NAPEP operators clash; Five feared dead in Obalende bus accident; IBB, not party to Edo impeachment scare; Niger-Delta students seek 25% oil derivation; Obaseki advises Ribadu on IBB; Abuja’s 30th anniversary: The history; Buildings everywhere, but not for the poor; FG awards Nasarawa-Loko-AIushi loop road; REDAN to hold two day national workshop; how to individualize your bedroom; CVJA, NUJ forge closer ties; Census: NURTW begins nationwide tour; FG begins eviction of legal occupants in games village; NAPEP charges community on poverty eradication; Muazu unveils plan for judiciary Libel: Yerima Network sues desert herald; Zaki steers Egypt into Cup final; Chelsea still in race to sign Adu; Bada assures on Commonwealth games; All set for Mobil trials.
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, December 18, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-12-18) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Igbo threatens to leave Kano;Failed Contract: PTF owes, me N5.8m, says Senator Aluko; Jos killings group indicts; Wada Nas declares for app; electoral law: go to court Okadigbo urges Nigerians; war against ghost workers reduces Adamawa salary bill by N4m; Gombe awards N60m road contract within eight; Okadigbo lambasts Adelaja over ex-biafran soldiers; electoral la w g r o u p h e a d s t o c o u r t; FG to sink 43,000 boreholes next year; ASUU kicks against privatization; Abdulsalami leads poll monitors in Zambia; The North and Atiku: another view; Niger state youth and self-reliance; Adamawa State: Is Boni Haruna the ‘messiah’?; When Jos ‘sneezes’ Nigeria catches cold; Israel, US react coldly to Arafat’s speech; Palestinian police shut down militants’ offices; UN medics tackle Ebola in Gabon; Japan hosts confab on child sex trade; Portuguese PM to resign after defeat; Sharks to spend two months feasting on whale; Plane crash kills 16 in Colombia; UK police threaten protests over pay; Company reports from NSE; Trading drops at stock exchange; Investors shun CBN treasury bills; Sanusi inaugurates committee on SMEs investment scheme; CBN expands scope of money transfer; Three injured in police, Hisba clash; Bagaji-Agada community protests merger with Keffi; Bizman arraigned in court over forgery; Board collects N200m from intending pilgrims; Christians seek redress in Sharia courts; NEPA moves to recover N900m debt; Our debts are fraudulent - Senator Anka; Obasanjo commends Abaji Council chairman; AMAC chairman flays prolifertion of driving schools; 3 million Nigerians live with diabetes; Menstrual cycle affects chest pain; New light on sterilisation technology; Athens behind schedule; Onigbinde, Ojugbana sweat for S-G post; Anyim Cup to be held annually.
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    Daily trust newspaper Thursday, December 13, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-12-13) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Obasanjo lambasts secessionist; World Bank flays cost of Abuja stadium; Osun crisis: Lawmakers, ex-commissioner docked; FG awards N25.6bn NASS contract; AD lawmakers threaten legal action; Fire Service chief explains Wuse market inferno; Atiku returns from Umrah; Ex-First Lady sues for $400m; FG builds market in Kano; House queries 2002 budget; FG announces Hajji fares; Anthrax scare in N/Assembly is a hoax - Senator Omu; Abacha lot: FG statement of defence; Police impounds smuggled cars; Sokoto spends N400m on water; Tradition suspends Tsav over utterances council; Union wants more funds for Polys; Tafawa Balem clashes: Police boss assures returnees Tafawa Balem clashes: Police boss assures returnees; Nigeria is not food deficient; The rage of Abuja market inferno; Columning and North-bashing; M e m o to S o k o t o P D P; The new president; I support reprisal action in Zaki Biam; Bravo Yunusa; Open letter to Governor Mu’azu; Conflicts: What multiethnic societies need to do; US envoy, Moroccan king to confer on M/East; Israeli helicopter raids leave three dead; US officials meet Iraqi Kurds; Baby rapists docked in South Africa; Zimbabwe holds election in March; Fresh fighting in WALiberia, thousands flee; Bush backs out of ’72 nuclear pact; Tamil Tiger attacks claim; Singapore declares war on crows; ‘Terrorist’ squad sends Xmas wishes; Chinese president visits Burma; N/Alliance capture French al-Qaeda fighter; Teenagers admit creating computer virus; NIPC lists obstacles to foreign investment inflow; Chikwe inaugurates anti-corruption committee; NLC backs fuel price hike; Aboki Zhawa inaugurates ALSCON pension board; NEPA can generate 4,000 MW, but…-A g a g u; Power supply improves in Maiduguri; December 31 deadline a myth -Handaz boss; Batagarawa calls fo; r U.S. assistance; Police beg NITEL to restore telephone lines; Women decry use of violence in resolving disputes; Clergywoman tasks Christian clerics; NUJ urges FG to curb crime, communal crises; FG, others urged to Page 19 resolve communal crises; Church calls on Obasanjo to stop demolition; NO A DG advises against party registration; 250 retired soldiers seal bank; Nige’s exemplary conduct on LG creation; Electoral Law can cause anarchy - APP Vice chairman; ROBBERY IN KUBWA; Setraco begins demolition in Nyanya; Algerian embassy moves to Abuja; Power supply deteriorates in Old Karmo; Uphold ethics, FCT Minister urges journalists; Motherless babies home appeals for public support; Obasanjo’s FCT tour in retrospect; AKU queries NFA; Proleague kicks off this weekend; Sampras gets wild eared for Australian Hardcourt; Vietnam offers Frenchman U-23 coaching job; Bewarang eyes league shield FA cup; Samaranch returns to sports administration; Boca Juniors accounts frozen over Caniggia debt; Blackburn humiliates Arsenal; Desailly denies reports on Manchester United move; Why Nigerian polytechnics are backward; Rimi VS FRCN;
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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, December 19, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-12-19) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Obasanjo tasks Nigerians on development; Reps give Obasanjo ultimatum; Bin Laden difficult to get - U .S.; We stand by our decision I - Senate President; No going back on CIL - NCC; The hoodlums in the House; In defense of Dr. Banu; akintola on Shariah; We won’t vote for Obasanjo in 2003; A case for Gusau Sokoto road; General detained over alleged coup in Liberia; Angolan helicopter crash kills 40; Egypt plans pro-Palestinian TV broadcasts; King Mswati’s daughter obeys chastity order; Refugees riot over visa in Australia; Pregnancy makes would-be daddies fatter; India debates response to attack; Granny, 88, leads hunting contest; US forces bombard Afghanistan with cake; Al-Qaeda fighters publicly paraded; Made-in-space TV commercial to be aired; FG commits NIOObn to power plants rehabilitation; Akume tasks MAN on local industries; Abdulsalami decries imbalance in world trade; NASI plans lawsuit; Developments in privatization; NAICOM gives BPE green light on NICON, Nigeria-Re assets; BPE proposes teams for refineries, NPA, others; Association proposes bill on regulation of private pension funds; IFAD president makes case for rural poor; Community opposes reinstatement of exiled chief; Water Board warns on water-borne diseases; Alwali Kazir congratulates Bade Emir, others; Enugu re-affirms commitment to welfare of handicapped children; Police nab suspected arms-deafer; Dariye commends NASS over electoral bill; Zarafara to continue with poverty alleviation; Moves to impeach speaker worries Benue indigenes; We’ll not play second fiddle - PDP aspirant; Electoral law is a time bomb – PLP; Agitation for Ibadan State hots ; AD wants bonus for workers; FRSC warns motorists on mobile phones; Hausa leader charges MFCT on markets; AEPB warns on bush burning; New national policy on children out soon -Ismail; Diplomat calls for tribal unity in FCT; Diplomat calls for tribal unity in FCT; FHA reviews prices of Lugbe Houses; Bank of the North tower; F A O D G advocates forest sustenance; Electoral Law 2001 (VI); Tyson accused of assault ; Leeds duo could face civil charge over student attack; NFA interview;
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    Daily trust newspaper Monday, December 17 2001:
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    Sultan Maccido decries Sharia crises, says it is sabotage; PTF drags Senator, Bank to court; Secession threat: Ojukwu back-pedals; Shagari condemns lavish govt ceremonies; World Bank Agric project gulps $360m; Detained inspector insults commissioner; School of Basic Studies underway in Katsina; School of Basic Studies underway in Katsina; Nurses’ strike paralyses hospitals; Ministers’ absence stalls anti-AIDS launching; LG office holders take case to ‘babalawos; Police warn fuel dealers; Convicted thief escapes amputation; FRSC vows to punish erring motorists; Police arrest six over arms possession; The tears of pensioners; H o w n o t to a d v i s e e ld e r s; Kano riots: An act of hoodlums; Governor Audu deserves a second term; Zimbabwe has not lived up to its undertakings-British envoy; Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Eid message; Donors pledge to end river blindness; Malawian student’s death sparks clashes; Arabs split on Bin Laden tape; Al-Qaeda Chechens fight to finish in Tora Bora; Paraguay jail blaze kills 25; Pakistan threatens India; US forces claim hearing Bin Laden; Crude oil production drops; PIPC boss urges economic liberalization; Cross River budgets N17bn; Tourist Coy to raise N2.6bn from capital market; New MD for superphosphate fertilizer company; NAMA seeks N2.2bn for radar rehabilitation; NDLEA suggests cargo clearing house at ports; Customs may back down on new license fees; Enugu to address water scarcity in Nsukka; AIB sues customer over debt; SPEB boss gives recipe for poor enrolment; We are denied use of P R T V - Muslim Community; AIDS claims over 17 million lives worldwide; 11 docked over N66m theft;i ndustrialists urged to support economic recovery efforts; FG, UNESCO to establish energy institute in Sokoto; Canada lauds security measures at airports; UBE coordinator commends N iger SPEB; Electroral Law: NOA director calls for all-party conference; 2 0 0 3 : R im i c a n c o n t e s t s a y s A u d u O g b e h; Resign after 3 years APP directs LG chairmen; Impeachment moves against Benue Speaker flop; Shun lawlessness, Abba-Gana tells FCT residents; Tiv community leader advises against prostitution; Wuse market fire Squatters move to satellite towns; US builds N12m clinic in Bwari; Health, education still under MFCT - P e r m Sec; Community leader wants govt to assist traders; Former minister harps on national unity; Police needs public cooperation – Bwala; African 11 professionals to hold conference tomorrow; NITDA to produce 500,000 IT professionals; How to operate the File Manager in Windows; Expert urges Nigerians to embrace Internet; SITA debuts as aviation IT solution provider; Motorola repeats industrywide mobile phone outlook; Compaq PCs to include RealNetworks software; Sprint PCS to offer downloadable ring tones; Sun and IBM make computer secu rity vulnerab le; Microsoft unveils Chinese pocket PC 2002; Kwankwaso gives Pillars continental target; Kuffour set to win; Aku blasts coaches; Al-Mustapha’s tirade and the judiciary; Electoral Act - Beginning of the end?;
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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, December 12 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media trust Nigeria limited,, 2001-12-12) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    U.S. is a bully, says Emir; Budget Agric to get more – Obasanjo; Abacha admitted for ‘kidney stones’ - Doctors; Murder of 7 in Kaduna ,Soldier faces court martial; Moroccan arraigned over September 11; MFCT sets up committee on burnt market; FG refutes allegations of non-implementation of constituency projects; Students send “anthrax” to teachers; Bamaiyi accuses judge of demanding bribe; Nigeria’s unemployment rate worries U.S.; Customs to revoke agents’ licences; Taliban prisoners suffocate to death; High interest rate worries Obasanjo; 2,500 barrels of oil spilled in 7 days; NULGE vows to rid LGs of corruption; AD'chairman calls for Abacha, others’ release; The Electoral Act: Proactive, retroactive or retrogressive?; Ambassador Zakari worthy of emulation; Genocide convicts to serve sentence in Mali; Muslim leaders meet on M/East crisis; Israel raids Gaza security post; Saudi grants 12,000 prisoners amnesty; Strikes on Somalia ‘unjustified’; Israeli troops kill two Palestinians in West Bank; Boy’s murder sparks protest in London; Anti-Taliban fighters claim capture of tunnel; Teenager adopts child to escape military conscription; US undecisive on Bin Laden video ‘proof’; Authorities ban private cars to combat pollution; Karzai asks US not to walk away; Navigation charges NAMA, AON resolve differences; Maintenance culture, key to stable power supply; FG to generate power from coal plants; Shell to invest $550m in Afam power plant, Pay today or forfeit your winning right, BPE tells IILL; Maritime workers dare FG over sale of NPA; Ambassador Kwande cautions on privatization; Afenifere condemns Obasanjo’s assent of Electoral Bill; Lawmaker tasks Gov Lawal on campus killings; Mrs. Tinubu commissions pioneer fertility clinic; Council boss warn against bush burning; Deputy Speaker to refund N1.2m; Chairman advises indigenes to be law-abiding; Public officers urged to declare assets; Dress code triggers violent protest; Fire wreaks havoc in Gwoza; FRSC makes case for accident-free celebrations; NULGE chairmen against reckless spending; Legislator challenges women on democracy; Lagos IEC commends staggered elections; Minister pledges relief for victims; NEPA registers 9,000 new customers in Abuja; Wives of LG chairmen should help in peace building – Ezeoke; Onaiyekan urges respect for civil rights; Abuja lacks befitting library - Omolayole; Senate to convene public hearing on housing - Committee Chairman; Contract sewage lines to private firms - Expert advises FG; FHA, Prudent Bank offer 1,000 housing units at Gwarimpa; A Re-engineered Plateau: The Dariye legacy; Controversy rages as NOC insists on AGM/elections; Pharaohs, Elephants confirm dates with Eagles; Akwa Ibom FA protests to NFA;
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, December 11 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-12-11) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Abuja market razed - 3 feared dead; Abacha rushed to national hospital; INEC yet to receive electoral law S Confirms request for N26.4bn; No pension for Biafran soldiers –Adelaja; Tiv/Jukun crises hamper cattle trade -N A N investigation; Eight persons burnt to death in motor accident; NNPC to marketers We’ll no longer sell fuel on credit; It won’t be business as usual - Obasanjo warns NDDC; Electoral Law Mantu urges LG chairmen to resist governors’ threat; 8 arraigned over N 300m NTA equipment; ASUU replies Obasanjo; Katsina releases N213 million for pensioners; Cholera spreads in Jigawa; I won’t get involved in Jigawa crisis —Lamido; Kwatalo’s timely resignation By Aminu Ishaq Abbas; Nigeria and ethno-religious disturbances; The case for Ndaduma State; What becomes of Mullah Omar?; Nigeria hosts Congolese peace talks; Palestinian militants offer conditional truce; W H O confirms ebola outbreak in Gabon; Police kill protesting students in DR Congo; Don’t attack Iraq, Annan warns US; Mbeki visits China to boost ties; Bin Laden defiant despite Taliban fall; Pastor strangles follower to death, predicts resurrection; Nepal forces, Maoist rebels clash claims; CBN sells N35bn securities; Obasanjo approves MD for newly established Bank of Industry; Dangote sacks 600 workers; Zenith Bank assets hit N67bn; Lecture on independent power projects holds tomorrow; Youth leader cautions FG on privatization; Albarka Air appointed official carrier of Miss World 2001; F G moves to check illegal mining; Obaseki allays fears over monumental fuel price increase; Obasanjo roots for child welfare; NIPOST ready for anthrax - Zonal Manager; Borno audits workforce; Former NBC boss calls for community radio; Police smash currency syndicate; Justice Eso lambasts ex-generals over Oputa; Gana calls for improved monitoring of electronic media; Plateau boosts healthcare facilities; FRSC boss calls on FG to repair roads; Clarify allegations on electoral law -AD tells Obasanjo; Non-implementation of constituency project blackmail –Matori; Electoral law 2001: Don’t cause chaos PDP chieftain tells governors; LG needs NlOOm to pay salary arrears; Askira/Uba LG spends N35m on security; Poor planning impedes fire service operation; Engineers hail withdrawal of subvention; M ICA medical caravan visits Gwarimpa; Obasanjo urges more attention for LGs; Contractor faults Setraco for delay on Nyanya Keffi road; Ismail harps on societal values in child upbringing; Armed men raid UniAbuja; Kidney donors function well over the long-term; Former minister Calls for new health care focus; Unmanaged population is a burden –Ndalolo; New drug reduces risk of repeat heart attack; New health aid for nursing staff; Cathy freeman returns to track; McKenzie and Kallis centuries save S. Africa; Lewis set to retire if he defeats Tyson; FIFA signs marketing deal; Defence adviser’s wife donates to orphanage; Don King seeks fortune in mining; Decree 101 to be annulled January; Odili sure of Eagles’ qualification; Huegill so close to second world record; Between Liman Ciroma EDITORIAL and Chukwuemeka Ezeife.
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    Daily trust newspaper Monday, December 24, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media trust Nigeria limited,, 2001-12-24) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Senators threatens resignation; Army promotes 9 Brigadiers-General, 213 other officers; PPPRC, NLC disagree over fuel price hike; Obasanjo, Atiku out of Abuja; Nas, others drag NCAT to court; Electoral Act will create crisis - Balarabe Musa; Normalcy returns to Ile-Ife; More private universities underway; Gov Hashidu charges Christian pilgrims; Osoba urges Christians to pray for God’s mercy; Emir of Gwandu condemns hike in hajj fares; LG boss warns against dissolution of councils; Absenteeism: Teachers in Bokkos LG to forfeit salaries; Will government increase fuel prices?; Water scarcity in Gombe State; NEPA has improved ; Jos crisis: The unavoidable options; What is wrong with our naira?; Well done, Ibrahim Sa’idu; Plutocracy and democracy; UN investigator faces genocide charges; Israel stops Arafat from Xmas mass; ‘Rwandan troop withdrawal is a propaganda’; Libya postpones AIDS case verdicts; Diamond clash claims live in Sierra Leone; Argentina’s new leader suspends debt payments; Seven-up hits N8bn turnover; Bank of Industry offers long- tenured facilities; Adebisi assures bank customers in Ogun ; Firms add 15 MW to Abuja power supply; Horizon, indigenous firm, joins offshore operators; Minister faults budget cut; Emir urges subjects to support govt; Committee advocates responsible students unionism; Nigeria, South Africa sign MOU on coal development; Minister reiterates FG’s commitment to gender equality; APP convention: Our tenure expires in December 2002; Mohammed Abacha returns to Kuje prison; Lack of recreation drives people from Abuja ; FCT police command gets new PRO; Abaji to establish public library; Union Bank emerges best clearing bank in Abuja; Lessons from VIO safety campaign; The ultra-modern CBN complex; Life in Abuja Suburbs; GSM operators deploy 280,000 lines in 4 months; FG to introduce IT education in primary schools; Microsoft sues Linux over name; Congo Kinshasa faces expulsion; Aku orders re-investigation on Eromogbe; Ojugbana, Laloko top list; Akinbiyi seeks Eagles shirt; Girard takes WBA crown; Coria suspended for drug.
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    Daily trust newspaper Thursday, December 6 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media trust Nigeria limited,, 2001-12-06) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Al-Bashir arrested; N12m contract: FRCN replies Rimi; FG pays ex-Biafran soldiers; Multiple Stock Exchanges underway; Olusegun Obasanjo receives Electoral Bill today; Yola airport for 2002 hajj airlift; NDDC not money spinning venture - O b a s a n j o; Police inspector murdered; Afghan factions sign interim government pack; Father demands dead son’s entitlements; Gombe to establish sugar factory; Nigeria offers more military training to Sierra Leoneans; ENRON’s trouble will not derail Lagos IPP; The Tiv and the dilemma o f 2003; Oputa: Between Shariff and Haruna; Dangote deserves national honour; Between Sharon, Arafat and Hamas; Even Bush cannot stop terrorism – Arafat; Sudan to host development summit; Europe urges Isreal to restrain; 10 feared dead in Nairobi slum violence; Saudi Arabia, others angry at Israeli strikes; Attacks will continue, says Israel; B -52 b o m b k ills two U S soldiers; Anti-Taliban forces head for Bin Laden’s hide-out; Foundation urges FG to stop dumping; Financial market exhibition raises hope for SMEs; NAL MD says Kano’s 12% equity won’t change direction; Obasanjo tasks Centre on investments; Niger boosts revenue, generates N40m monthly; NCAA boss proposes new measures on air safety; FG to set up fund for rural telecoms - -Ndukwe; British Airways launches inflight Medicare manual; Maduekwe solicits port workers’ support for privatization; FG reviews tourism policy; CIL: Irabor wants Obasanjo to intercede; Nigeria Reinsurance declares N51m profit; We’ll revolutionize Plateau into an industrial state - PIPDC MD; Minister reiterates FG’s commitment to integration; Provost advocates educational revolution; Fall in crime rate attributed to govt support; Katsina resettles 102 disabled people with N2.5 million; Speaker tasks police command; Okadigbo commends Obasanjo over disposition to women; FG urged to release Bamaiyi; Mantu accuses NNPC o f working against Senate Committee; A nthrax scare continues in NASS; Niger nets N30m from sale of houses; N19m for ballot boxes in Bauchi; Abia legislators’ tour of U.S. gulps N20 million; 305 benefit from poverty alleviation in Imo; Mbata urges FG to fund NDDC; Court summons lawyer as accused jumps bail; M an , 35, in court over stolen car; Police inaugurates committee on Advance Fee Fraud (419); Julius Berger honours Abuja staff; Incessant fire outbreaks worry traders; My 40 years in the North as Igbo man-Joseph Ajude; Juventus sets to rival Man UTD.; Houston stars for Knicks; Mercer plots Tyson shock; Everton eye Zamora; Panathinaikos coach gives reason for defeat; Pele tips England; NFA board member allays fear on foreign coach; Nation’s C u p 2 0 0 6 S/Africa, three others bid to host; Muhammad Ali lights Olympic torch; Trial of Safiya and issues of law;
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, December 25, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media trust Nigeria limited,, 2001-12-25) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Death of Bola Ige; Obasanjo puts off visit to Zimbabwe; Omisore shuns presidential summon; Emotions, grief envelope Ibadan; FG deploys troops to Osun State; OPC poised to protect the Yorubas; Ige’s murder: AD calls for Gusau’s resignation; PDP postpones press conference; Archbishop Jatau scores civilians low; Atiku in Adamawa for daughter’s wedding; Electoral Act: I am ready to fight Obasanjo –NaJAbba; Nigeria-born U.S. city mayor to be inaugurated Jan. 12; Road accident claims 10 lives; Jigawa’s Internet broad bank takes off in March; 1,000 amputees get artificial limbs in Oyo; Ghali Na’Abba trains 301 Kano indigenes; Youths on rampage over ritual killings; Assembly asks Yobe to standardize public schools; Women urged to mobilise for 2003; Justice ministry calls for calm; Who is international community’?; Liyel Imoke on the cross; FRSC: Reducing the carnage; That timely decision by Wada Nas; Religious and ethnic crises; Bush signs bill on Zimbabwe; Peres charts new peace plan; Trial of Egyptian Islamists begins; Israel resists international pressure on Arafat; Deaths mar vaccinations in Algeria; Judiciary should decide fate of Adulteress – Bafarawa; 20-year-old Qur'anic reciter wins N4m; Zeb Ejiro sent to prison; Benue bans picnics for security reasons-$G; LG awards N64m road contract; CBN mops N32bn excess liquidity; BON staff commend Bulams over award; Real Estate dominates trading at NSE; Belo-Osagie backs new CBN lending policies; First Registrar disburses N43m dividend; Thousands leave Abuja for Christmas; The superstitious may die early; Combined twin deliveries on the rise; Experts advocate environmental management for Malaria control; Goodwill Games scrapped; Kashima Antlers crash out of Emperor’s Cup; 800m champ, Mcllroy goes extra mile; Ahly gets easy start; Aku apologizes to NFA board; CAF extends deadline; Christie wants separate stadium; Okocha eyes Premiership.
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    Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, December 26, 2001:
    (Lagos State: Media trust Nigeria limited,, 2001-12-26) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    No war in God’s name, Pope urges; 19 Northern states sue Unipetrol; Fish out Ige’s killers, Obasanjo orders police; Senate reconvenes on national security; Is bin Laden dead?; Bandits attack commissioner in KebbI; Bola Ige: PDP moves to check thuggery; Reps may declare ‘state of emergency’ on erring states; Address internal security problem, FG urged; Police nab Chadian bandits; Nigerian drug suspect set free in U.K. -High Commission; Lets make Xmas a healing period, says Gov Dariye; Hajj screening begins; Bola Ige: Osoba urges Ogun residents to be calm; Rep decries poor police funding; Akume tasks journalists over democracy; Council of Igala muslims establishes hospital; Re-Thinking security in Nigeria; Ilorin within Yoruba context; The ordeal of Nyanya residents; Create Madagali Local Government (North); My ban is a crime, says Arafat; Three opposition politicians killed in Zimbabwe; Angolan peace process resumes; Candidates rally for support in Zambia; Gunmen kill Israeli soldier; 27 killed in Java train collision; Hospitals turn back patients; 2 rival cult groups clash in Ogun; KWTV reporter victimised over news report; ECOWAS moves to Nigeria; Electoral Act: LG boss blames PDP; Victim of Jos crisis demands compensation; Electricity workers threaten nationwide strike; Na’Abba faults privatisation programme; Aviation ministry targets N50bn next year; NACCA urges NCAA to review licence fees; FG pays N130bn to pensioners; NSC canvasses support for Lagos shippers; Police nab five in Kubwa over fireworks; Echoes of Christmas at Hilton; Raptors coach hospitalized; Anelka debuts for Liverpool; McGimpsey named Walker C u p captain; Spurs to contest Sheringham expulsion; SAFA takes over Johannesburg stadium; Biu Utd begs Borno gov’t; Three Nigerian clubs for second round; Bayern Munich sign Ballack for next season; Inter City sponsors major trophy.
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    Daily trust newspaper, Friday, February 24, 2006:
    (Lagos State: Media trust Nigeria limited,, 2006-02-24) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
    Nigeria’s killing fields; Nigerians oppose third term; I will reject public hearing report- Rep; Submissions reject third term; Bauchi central, ASUU, others oppose third term; Adamu carpets absentee govs; Taraba supports 3rd term, boycotts hearing; Bauchi, Borno, Gombe silent on third term; Apo six: accused denied bail, remanded in prison; Impeachment: Ladoja withdraws suit; Court relocates Fasehun, others to Kuje; leadership misunderstood me; Patrick Wilmot, please come back to Nigeria; FG, please look into teachers’ salary; Census: Counting and caring for the insane; At least 2 dead as strong quake shakes Mozambique; Nigerians should be centre-piece of democracy; Famine: Burundi sets up food security fund; French ‘anti-Jew gang chief held; 50 dead as roof collapses in Russia; US asks Yemen to arrest radical cleric; Costa Rica completes vote recount; Haiti ‘to allow’ Aristide return; 100 killed in reprisal Iraq shrine attack; UN Hariri probe chief visits Damascus; Iraqi journalist murdered; water that prevents bird flu!; robbers steal urine; school pig castration sparks protests; thief picks victims by sniffing; Assembly orders bank out of Akwa lbom; ICAN tasks FG on reforms; Borishade unhappy with airport facilities; ABC transport coy goes Pic; Owerri residents beam searchlight on telecom operators; Eight workers share $365m US lottery win; Debt relief: Spain cancels Nigeria’s $127million debt; Challenges in inter-ethnic marriage; Why women lose hair –Expert; Between reproductive health and abortion; Conflicting arguments on Child Rights Act; FG urged to expedite action on structure rehabilitation; Security agents on red alert in Lagos; Awoniyi, Na’abba barred from ABU; VON boss elected CBA president; NPS reshuffles 58 top officers; Chickens now safe for consumption – Makarfi; EFCC arrests Birnin Kudu LG chairman in Jigawa; Our constitution needs translation into local languages- Ogbemudia; Wukari Federation eyes governorship; UniAbuja to host musical concert for blood donors; BEARS Foundation offers free medical services; Feeding: Yobe to weigh pupils; Niger-Delta: NLC calls for release of hostages; Apply martial law on Malu - Obasanjo Forum; 2007: Kontagora’s emergence splits PDP LG, Ward chairmen; Erico blasts Togo over Keshi’s sack; Badminton family mourns.
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    Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, February 28, 2006:
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    FG owes pensioners N2 trillion; Bomb scare in Abuja bound flight; Dana buys Katsina Steel Mill N1.4bn; Governors endorse constitutional amendment; Senators disagree over 3rd term; Insurance coys get recapitalisation waivers; Ex-Governor makes case for police; FG to settle N1.5tr contract debts, pension arrears with bond- Okonjo Iweala; Public hearings: Third term not in our agenda- kano PDP; Census: Kwara deploys commissioners; UAD to moblise Nigerians against 3rdterm; Emirates skywards membership increases; Kano councillors allege attack by thugs; FG negotiates $200m World Bank loan for Lagos; Public hearings: Group wants members released; Kano stakeholders oppose third term; Swiss govt deports 25 Nigerians; Presidency: Nothing can stop my ambition –Kalu; Third term agenda will fail -Rights activist; Armed robbers attack Platinum Habib Bank, kill two; two robbers shot dead in Lagos; Man bags 10 years for terrorism; Cornershop demolition: defence challenges competence of plaintiff; OPC leader appeals detention on health grounds; Ohinoyi and chieftaincy reforms in Kogi; NPC heads for another questionable census; Still on brothers’ fight over chieftaincy in Kogi; Hon. Sha’aban and Kaduna governorship race; Goje’s phenomenal exploits in Gombe; Cartoon killings, incompetent leadership; Vietnam: the making of an economic tiger; Bird flu spreads to Niger; Sudan leader warns against UN force; Ivorian govt, opposition in peace parley; British govt issues travel warning on Nigeria; Saudi Arabia denies detention of 13 Nigerians; Cocaine leaves better than milk!; Can’t have three wives?; man forced to ‘marry’ goat; Black cat saves owner; killer dog up for adoption; More civil servants get free Glo lines; customs impound 27 containers in Lagos; First Bank ready to partake in Nigeria’s forex mgt; NEPZA and the Free Zones Scheme: 12 years after; GTB MD wins ‘Banker of the Year’ award; Honda to sell low-cost hybrid car; Nissan to unveil light commercial models; STS : Cadillac’s best-looking car; PAN takes 407,307 to Fair; JDA can’t sign contracts on oil blocks five years after; Fire razes foodstuff at Warawa; Census, tool for nation building, says c’ttee chairman; Kano people asked to eschew bitterness, live in harmony; NAKSS wants hisbah reinstated; 3rd term: YCE challenges Tinubu over bribery allegation; 61 schools to share N600,000; LASG to combat flood; Collapsed buildings: authority organizes interactive session in Ajegunle; Kosoko chieftaincy tussle: Tribunal chairman reads riot act; ‘Public hearing is a fraud’; Planned attack on Christians, a rumour - Niger SSG; I cannot be used by Dariye - Catholic Archbishop; 5,000 cattle die annually in Plateau; Ogbeh: the politician and his phantom travails; Jigawa signs $103 electrification contract; Stakeholders meet on public procurement bill; Taraba govt introduce Due Process; Nnamani reshuffles cabinet; Nigeria hosts African conference on poultry in March; Nigerians told to resist 3rd term agenda; drivers cautioned on reckless driving; No harm in cooked chickens - C ’ttee; FG appoints new director for National Library; Assembly probes specialist hospital over arbitrary charges; Donor Conference: Atiku represents Obasanjo in Burundi; FCT to get city orchestra; Akwa Ibom holds Economic Summit; Igbos seek own village in Bauchi; Govt wants broadcasting to go digital; Northern leaders tasked on education; PDP vs Triumph newspapers: Court adjourns to 5th April; 25 African countries may face water scarcity- Obasanjo; AIICO move to meet NAICOM’s N5bn capital base requirement; No end in ILG tenure in Kano; Kaduna residents cry out over parking of petrol tankers; Riots caused by third term agenda, says Buhari; Cartoon: Muslims should accept apology- Ahmadiyya group; Muslims tasked on philanthropic services; Zamfara beefs up security; Ojokolo insists on indoor for Melbourne warm up; Racists taunt: Spanish minister backs Eto’o; Zoro slams racist fans; NFL board meets today.