Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, August 16, 2001:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Arewa Afenifere suspend hostilities; Israeli troops set for war; Police, OPC clash claims 2 lives; UniAbuja, five others threaten fresh strike; Smugglers attack customs officer’s burial procession; Obasanjo to deal with corrupt civil servants ; DRAMA: D/Gov. LG chairman disagree over project; Nigeria now haven for foreign investors — Senate President; NEPA rejects Niger Rep ’s request for tariff review again; Deputy speaker survives impeachment in Adamawa; Speaker takes over as acting governor in Enugu; C/River councillors protest over non-implementation of jumbo pay; HOS appeals for restoration of diploma courses in ABU; NFA alerts public on fake document m circulation; ACF’s unity train moves to Minna, Sokoto; Kano residents cry out over water shortage; Democracy and its endless dividends; Sacked CBN workers appeal to FG; First Bank pensioners kick against tax deductions; Ex-bank chief condemns D revenue sharing formula; Edo govt disburses micro-credit loans to fire victims; Reforms will transform economy- Ayagi; Customs generates N1.18b in Lagos Airport; FG plans ‘Export Houses’ abroad; NPA Privatisation: Ports union threaten national body; UBE takes HIV/AIDS campaign to schools; Governor Sani lifts ban on Emir; Otobo urges contractors to complete project by December; Niger CJ enjoins law officials to fear God; Rivers House of Assembly on war path with Michelin; UNDF committed to the unity of Nigerians -Col A kaagerger; Agitation for a northern president in 2003 healthy —APP chieftain; Fraudulent acquisition of property-The India experience; COREN solicits better pay for engineers; FG rehabilitates 30 roads, 90 others under construction; Ebonyi govt signs N 1.4bn hotel contract; Kaduna warns coys over pollution; Still on official misconceptions about desertification; AIG orders increased patrol of Lagos airport road; Bank fraudster jumps bail; FCT farmers get advice on food security; Boyd keeps opponents in suspense; Udo-Obong criticises new false start rules; Obienu commends Aku for World Cup ticket; Owen set for new Liverpool deal;

This is the Daily trust newspaper Thursday, August 16, 2001: trust is a burden vol. 2 no. 23 jimada-ula 27, 1422 a.h.