Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 7, 2001:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Only Oputa panel can compel former leaders to appear –Anyim; Sharia takes off in Kaduna; Over 160 delegates in Abuja for Commonwealth conference; Nigerians to consume 1.8m cubic feet of gas daily; Don decries low education standard in the North; TAC gulps $22.5m since 1987; Rep sheds light on Taraba skirmishes; 3 firms emerge winners in national stadium bidding; FG plans full-fledged postgraduate varsity –Borisade; PDP stalwart advises LG agitators; Nsukka LG workers protest zero allocation to councils; Court orders destruction of beer, gin in Funtua; Emir of Zazzau named UNN new chancellor; Nigerian customs loses public relations officer; President Clinton’s move to Harlem; Oputa and the human rights saga; Fighting escalates in Middle East; Iran: Emergency council meets to resolve presidential stalemate; Zimbabwe declares US restriction bill racist; Israel publishes list of most wanted Palestinians; 15 Chinese Doctors docked for alleged smuggling; British, Irish governments await Parties' backing for peace; Megawati enters palace, at last; Bolivia’s Banzer hands over power to VP; Australia's most wanted fugitive dies; India asylum blaze kill 25; CBN sells N42b treasury bills; Union Bank posts N7b profit; Revenue Formula: Lagos presses for review; Liberty Bank backs credit rating campaign; NAICOM, SEC may resolve differences soon; MWUN kicks against N5.8breposition credit for Nigerdock; Port clears over 3,000 containers; Aboki charges NMA pension board on disbursement; Idiroko Customs rake in N111m; Nigeria’s oil production fluctuates; GSM centre strategises ahead of Thursday’s kick-oft; CMB, Gaslink sign gas agreement; Plateau State at 25:Going down memory lane; Deputy Governor charges LG personnel; Senate to float medium to check one-sided publicity; Workshop participants recommend telecoms experts for security agencies; F G to re - in t ro d u c e w e ig h b r id g e s on fe d e ra l ro a d s; 2003: Nigeria must not vote unwilling leaders –Ali; Group opposes party registration by INEC; We will make party registration simple - Senator Girei; Odili gives recipe for survival of democracy; LG chairman urged to abide by three years tenure; FG decries unavailability of insecticide-treated bed nets; South Africa: 23 percent of pregnant women test positive to AIDS; UNICEF evolves new strategy for reducing infant mortality; Baby-friendly community initiative for launch today; Spate of strikes in health sector worries minister; Population is our priority –Nwosu; WHO to relocate office; 438 FG retirees receive pension; Safeguard democracy, Minister advises Abuja NBA; Nigerien women to shop for skills in Abuja; Aku may cancel associations’ elections; Gov. didn’t contest for NABA chairmanship -Edo DOS; Ogbe, Tornadoes coach, resigns over team funding; Golden Greene breaks pain barrier; Sports Ministry seeks Eagles World Cup Programme;

This is the daily trust newspaper Tuesday, August 7, 2001: trust is a burden vol. 2 no. 17 jimada-ula 18, 1422 a. h.