Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 14, 2001:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Sokoto to fight sand-dunes with N150m; North adopts new agric strategy; NASS backs police fund; ‘IBB will soon appear before Oputa Panel’; Palestinians close shops in anti-Israeli protest; FG to stem industrial pollution in Kaduna State; ‘FG committed to technical education’; Mrs. Obasajo tasks women politicians; Obasanjo intervenes in Anambra crisis; Adamawa NLC sets up committee on hou in g scheme deductions; FG to sink 23,000 boreholes nationwide – Minister; [Association blames ministry on failure of agriculture; Customers owe NEPA N2 bn in Kano zone — G M; Customers owe NEPA N2bn in Kano zone — G M; B A S E P A begins pilot scheme on desert control; CBN mops N31.4b excess liquidity; Banking sector dominates NSE transactions; NDIC declares N4b liquidation dividend for 23 banks; NITEL rakes in N2b from government agencies; Plateau Accountant-General urges strategic budget planning; Eleme petrochemicals’ process units now functional —Dennar; Maritime unions support port reforms; Nigeria's crude production hits 16m bpd; Mandilas launches Skoda Fabia; NEPA commissions 15MVA transformer in Kano; Plateau Govt tasks LGs on budget; Don lists ways of tackling universities’ problems; Minister stresses community participation in UBE; High court restrains O Y SG from demolishing estate; N 90m trip: Kano Assembly under fire; AD condemns FEC over N National ID Card; Ex-minister canvasses support for Dariye; Encourage retired officers to participate in politics -youths leader; Benue Assembly work; NAFDAC destroys N83m worth of drugs; Israel seeks greater health cooperation with Nigeria; Community participation important to T good breastfeeding habits – Ndalolo; Health professionals to go on retreat; Expert identifies cause o f failure o f population policy; Emzor receives award; 600 VVF patients in Illela; HIV/AIDS and its cure; NITR alerts on epidemic; WHO ranks Nigeria health system low; Police arrest corps member over bank robbery; Woman docked for 419; Girl killed in boyfriend’s residence; FCT minister calls for T more resourceful youths; Yayale tasks trade unions on dialogue; Isma’il counsels on nation building; Lizard disrupts wedding in Idu; Kwali chairman gets good performance rating; Nigeria’s contingent disqualified for fielding over-aged players; 300 athletes benefit from basketball clinic; Ibeabuchi’s attorney deserts him for non-payment of legal fees; NFA disowns Julius Berger;

This is the Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, August 14, 2001: trust is a burden vol. 2 no. 21 jimada-ula 25, 1422 a.h.