Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, January 17, 2001:

dc.contributor.authorMEDIA trust Nigeria limited
dc.descriptionThis is the Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, January 17, 2001: trust is a burden vol.1 no.3 shawwal 23,1421 a.h.1
dc.description.abstractTinubu 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;
dc.publisherLagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited
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dc.titleDaily trust newspaper Wednesday, January 17, 2001:
dc.title.alternativetrust is a burden vol.1 no.3 shawwal 23, 1421 a.h.
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