Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 6, 2001:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Opening old wounds at Oputa; Obasanjo orders arrest of retired generals; I have no presidential ambition –Atiku; Retreats to restore Forces’ dignity –Obasanjo; Presidency cautions sports ministry; FG votes over N11.24bn for roads in Gombe and Yobe States; FG promotes 890 in Nigeria Immigration Service, 366 in Prisons; Rain destroys farmlands in Kano; FG awards design contracts for federal roads; ABU, SSANU reach agreement; Jigawa spends N42m on mosques, religious materials; NUC boss backs university reform; School threatens to expel truants; Dredging the Niger will enhance Nigeria - US trade; Confessions at Oputa Panel not enough - Gov.Osoba; O p u t a : B e y o n d th e Ohanezea n d A r e w a ‘battle ’; Obasanjo in the world; Public relations, truth and credibility; Privatisation for who?; Moroccans renew allegiance to King Mohammed VI; Ayatollah postpones Khatami’s swearing-in; Soldiers rescue 13 Filipino hostages; Russia, North Korea deny missile threat; NEPA declares Enugu region worst in vandalisation; Shell records another spillage; Multinationals get directives on local content; Niger Insurance targets N1b premium; Management, workers jostle for 11% FG shares; NITEL investors can amend sale agreement; Don’t privatise NPA. MWUN advises FG; The defences of ancient Katsina; JARIRI: Surviving as nail-cutter in Nigeria; NSA condoles Emir over flood disaster; L a g o s to recruit 5 ,0 0 0 teachers; Indigenous contractors should sit up-Madaki; Benue NULGE demands more fund from FG; Kano provides seedlings to quelea birds victims; Navy reacts to Rasheed Raji’s ejection; Flood destroys houses in Sokoto; NUJ gives ultimatum to New Nigerian management; Treasury looters threaten stability of Nigeria—NO A Director; Presidential jet: N/Assembly was pressurised, says Girei; Gov.Audu signs Kogi varsity bill; Izuogu heads new Progressive Liberation Party; IT can improve health sector, food production; Legal and ethical issues on information communication technology convergence (I); What makes Orji UzorKalu tick?; War College pledges loyalty to civil authority; Court orders arrest of General; Niger CJ releases 45 detainees - in mates express thanks with faeces; Couple charged for child theft; Fake NDA cadet jailed for fraud, impersonation; Passenger stabs conductor in Yola; Two murder suspects remanded in Kirikiri; AIDS doctor calls patients to herbal cure; Abuja NLC pleads with minister on demolition; Zhawa advises civil servants on retirement; Igbo traders object suspension of Eze Igbo; Abuja to host Christian congress on African Unity; Finidi passes Ipswich medical; Oliseh caught up in transfer row; Williams, Hide set for showdown; Nigerian nails Real Madrid;

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