Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, January 23, 2001:

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Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Nigeria loses N24 bn in 6 months; GSM:NCC to revoke defaulters licenses; New ministers next week; Village razed; Border communities migrate to Cameroon; New ministers; Corruption is deep seated, says Obasanjo; INVEST AND MAKE MONEY with YUKIMS PLASTIC machines; Tinubu’s quit order: 300,000 cattle dealers now homeless; Police Boss Appears before House; FG to recover 2 billion dollars loot in foreign banks soon -Abubakar; 4 clergy men burnt to death; Communique calls for police presence at disputed border; Join in Nation building; Politician tells Kano deputy Gov. to resign; SSG condemns ban on fuel surface tanks; Niger plans car loan for doctors; Former SGF calls on north to embrace UBE; The lessons from Kabila’s demise; The N80 Billion Aircraft; Re: secret Killings Rock Gombe State; Between NECO and WAEC; God used Gov. Makarfi; Don’t be vengeful Mr. President; Where is Yakasai; Clarify these issues Obasanjo; Late Idiagbon was right; A job well done; Israel, opens borders for Palestinian workers; Bush warns staff on high ethical standards; Arroyo takes charge in Manila but Estrada may fight; Death toll from Indonesian landslides hits 51; Production of cocaine, heroin drop—UN; China woos rival Taiwan, warns US to stay out; Landslide buries Tanzanian village, 15 feared dead; Saudi bans Uganda pilgrims over ebola fears; Taylor alleges “big Hands were behind Kabila’s death; Congo rebels describe brutal killings in northeast; Chiluba asks parties to keep DKC peace Process on course; Kinshasa mourns Kabila; Casamance rejects independence; NNPC: lambasts pipeline obstructors, to take legal action; Debt relief: Group advocates improved mechanism; Chevron releases Y2K safety report; FG, Intercity Bank to launch shares purchase loan scheme; v2001 budget could jumpstart the economy - FBN MD; The Nigerian Stock Market; Ship tally; defaulters to face embargo; I will introduce Shariah, but …Gov. Hashidu; NAN boss calls for maintenance of environment; Retrenchment fever grips Oyo Civil Servants; Lagos begins airlift of pilgrims Feb. 11Lagos; Bayero urges Nigerians to eschew bigotry; FG to spend N2.5 b on Adamawa roads; Save ECOWAS; Firm gets two weeks ultimatum on bridge designs; PEP second phase kicks off March; Lagos plans truck terminal for Orile; Crisis stalls Arewa project in Edo; FG awards N223 million erosion control contracts in Niger state;U-50 politicians are military apologies; Join APP Yerima urges Obasanjo; Chief Imam advises Na’abba; Singing against AIDS; A place called Shagari; Teenage mother prefers Sharia to Canadian intervention; NANS set up task force on fuel; Perm, sec laments poverty in the north; Attah commends Kwankwaso; NIPOST celebrates African postal Day; Customs Officers kill smugglers in shoot-out; Advance fee fraud deal: Moroccan National Appears in court for escaping from lawful Arrest; Human Rights Lawyer, brother in court for Stealing; Inaugural address of George W. Bush; Vehicle number plate racketeering booms in Abuja; 6m children immunized in FCT; Keshi shuns Sango; NFA invites five pros to Flying Eagles; Ameobi thrills Bonfrere; Chevron staff sponsor taekwondo; Eaglets off to Bari; United sees off Jigawa; No date yet for basketball league; Sango backs Bonfrere; Makinen captures Monte Carlo; World Cup qualifier: Sudan sends warning signal; Gilchrist puts Australia on top; John retains title; Agassi backs McEnroe; 22 female soccer teams for Maryam Babangida tourney; Adams retires; Arsenal can’t stop Kanu- NFA; Eagles camp still empty;

This is the Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, January 23, 2001: trust is a burden vol.1 no.6 shawwal 29,1421 a.h.