Daily trust newspaper Thursday, April 5, 2001:

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dc.descriptionThis is the Daily trust newspaper Thursday, April 5, 2001: trust is a burden vol. 1 no. 47 al-muharram 11 1422 a.h.
dc.description.abstractIsrael destroys Force 17 site; Rich rush for N500 notes; FG vs 36 States: Lagos opens defence; Senate debates N800bn Shell contracts; FG to spend N9.2 billion on poverty reduction; Measles claims 15 children in Bomo;NITEL probe: Former MD paid out N285m on unnamed minister’s order; Senate debates Environmental Protection Commission Bill; Commission moves to restore Lake Chad’s dwindling water; Police deny killing students during demonstration; .Political affiliation won’t affect execution of rural electricity projects—Goje; UNIMAID joins ASUU strike; Resource Control: Omu asks for 50 per cent derivation; Community protests non-payment of reparation for mining activities; Nigeria eyes oil in Sao Tome; Ohaneze Ndigbo sets up legal team for Oputa panel; Breaking News weekte paper gets N2.1m; Nigeria to flag off conference on good governance; FG insists on deregulation, lambasts critics; Nigeria moves, to curb import of generators; Atiku tasks SEC on awareness; D5tate Electoral Commissions ® and credible L.G. polls; Commission, don’t flag off, roads; National ID card scheme, another probe subdued; Before we amputate again; Interesting quotient of probe in Nigeria; Of messiahs and errand boys; Condolence message to governor Mu’azu; Season of controversial prophecies; Northern leaders where do we go from here?; MR. PRESIDENT USE DAPPMA MEMBERS’ 210 MILLION LITRES FACILITIES TO FIGHT FUEL SCARCITY; African Union is the W a y O U t ( 1 ) - L a m i d o; Besigye declares self Kampala president; Mid-East talks begin in Athens; Zimbabwean troops leave Congo; B u s c r a s h : River current hampers recovery work; US pressures China # over spy plane; Clinton to visit Gujarat; Prosecutors file charges on Estrada; EU defends Kyoto accord; Prosecutors file charges on Estrada; Pressure grows to estradite Milosevic; Russian journalists resist TV takeover; Nuclear waste train reaches Germany; PEF may regulate petroleum products’ prices; Ndanusa canvasses SEC’s removal from BPE; Common Customs tariffs for ECOWAS region under wav; Chamber establishes infotech sector group; NICON MD backs management buy out scheme; NSE All-Share Index closes at 9,211 in 1,717 deal; D-8 to execute 56 projects in member-states; Union Bank retires 39 top managers; Elf boosts manpower development in host communities; Union leader warns against casual labour in banks; IPMAN proffers solution to fuel scarcity; Zonkwa: What games did the ancients play; YAR’ ADUA: Footprints of a bridge-builder; Nas chides Obasanjo for fighting Abacha in the grave; Retrenthed NEPA staff appeal to FG for gratuities; Rivers state govt, donates 25 buses to schools ; Katsina state govt, to boost agriculture; Aliero identifies cause of low productivity among civil servants; Senior staff threaten strike at FCE, Oye; 1,500 people benefits from NIOm micro-credit schme-in Edo; FG wants ministries inputs into midterm review; Keep Mopol from public functions — Rep. tells FG; Jigawa govt, buys FHA houses; Council chairman hails PDP’s Damaturu November convention; PDF’s “convention 2000” - An anticlimax; Senate to hold public hearing on delayed salaries; South-East caucus in the House of / Representatives rejects Ofodile’s expulsion; DEREGULATION: Is it the answer to fuel crisis!’; Deregulation is innovative slavery – Zango; It will nail the coffin on the common man- Santuraki; DEREGULATION: Is it the answer to fuel crisis?; Obasanjo is insensitive to our yearnings —Tajudeen; The will to flourish; Rent: Firm drags Attorney-General, SGF to court; N255m fraud: AGF takes over prosecution; Police IG to launch security monitoring system; Abba-Gana tasks contractors over Jibi resettlement work; Gana endorses AMAC boss for second ternu; Minister to organise seminar in Africa union treaty in Abuja; Accident in Nyanya: One dead, four injured; Masters champion Singh has much to mull over; Blatter lauds African soccer standard; There are no minnows in Africa –Experts; Ghanaian handler wants foreign coaches out; African Youth Championship fall-out Ethiopia apologises to Nigeria; Umeh wants Keshi to stay on; Obiora wins tennis tourney; Ekarika allays fear over Eagles; One person in every 25 plays football – FIFA; Nigeria confronts Trinidad & Tobago.
dc.publisherLagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited
dc.relation.ispartofseriesvol. 1 no. 47; vol. 1 no. 47
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dc.title.alternativetrust is a burden vol. 1 no. 47 al-muharram 11 1422 a.h.
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