Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 8, 2001:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

FG votes N20m to combat quelea birds; States, LGs share N98.071b in July; IMF indicts Nigeria over reckless spending; Robbers send medical team back to US; Senator warns states against LG elections; Drumming, singing not completely illegal - Sharia commission; Provost w ants A SU U , SSA N U to stop strikes; NTA stations will boost UBE programme - Mrs. Obasanjo; PDP vows to reinstate deposed LG chairman; NEPA to generate 4,000 megawatts by December; Students disrupt activities at FUT Minna; FG moves to ban adolescent marriages; NCWC calls for responsive leadership; New national housing policy ready next year – Obasanjo; Politicising the ID card project; Banks without interest; 2003: Beware of lust for power; Is Ganiyu Adams a sacred cow; Opposition captures key Somali port; Humanitarian consequences in DRC are grave, says report; Syrian opposition leader calls for political reform; US threat: ANC advises against dictation at conference on racism; Suharto’s son indicted over judge’s murder; Cambodia set for Khmer Rouge tribunal; Romania pit blast ‘kills 14’; Philippines rebels accept peace deal; NACRDB to disburse N300m; Centre-Point joins Universal Banking soon; Union Bank’s assets hit N214b; Indemnity finance nets N144m; Inland Bank launches new products; Cornerstone Insurance posts N630m premium; MMA customs generates N2.9b in six months; BON opens tv\ o Maiduguri branches; FG to distribute fuel through waterways; Nigeria, Japan sign N600m rural electrification note; Nigeria, Japan sign N600m rural electrification note; Rivers Govt orders location of police post in refinery; NEPA begins customers' registration in Kano; Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi commends Governor Bafarawa; F G should relax conditions on electricity generation - Gov Dariye; Onoja makes case for Idoma unity, discipline; Nwodo condemns frequent foreign tours by lawmakers; Turaki’s deputy denies resigning position; Labour unions proffer solutions to Nigeria’s problems; The wonder called Abuja marriage!; The reputable match maker; Man forges NYSC posting letter; Gold and Tones concert holds in Abuja; Mrs Obasanjo woos tourists, investors; Robbers kill policeman, eight others; Plateau State police nab fake detective; Niger Dock cashier in court over theft charges; Notorious robber appears in court; Lagos gov sued over high cost of litigation; Three wonder foods coy staff charged to court; Girl dumps baby in creek; Eaglets coach calls for more friendlies; Adefarati tasks Eagles on World Cup; LG Electronics boosts Berger’s Champions League campaign; Olympian takes case to National Assembly;

This is the Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, August 8, 2001: trust is a burden vol. 2 no. 18 jimada-ula 19, 1422 a.h.