Daily trust newspaper Thursday, January 25, 2001:

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Lagos State: 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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