Daily trust newspaper Thursday, December 13, 2001:

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Lagos State: 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;

This is the daily trust newspaper Thursday, December 13, 2001: trust is a burden vol.2 no.91 ramadan 28,1422 a.h.