Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, April 7, 2009:

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Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited

Atiku is a drowning man – PDP declares; Okiro blames police for recent crises; :Suswam, mark ,Bishops mourn Makurdi auto crash victims; UNIBEN Council sacks Acting VC; New Gbong Gwom receives letter of recognition; Militants attack D W boat house in Bayelsa; Fuel queues: NNPC accuses marketers of sabotage; Nigeria heads ECOWAS' new anticorruption body; Test run of TRACO begins; Power generation rises to 2900mw; Why Nigeria lacks good planning, by Shamsuddeen; Give government good technical advice, VP urges gas experts; Bakassi boundary issues to be concluded in 2010; Constitution review: Re s to call for memoranda; Okiro blames police for recent crises; AC alleges plans to invade Ekiti with fake security; Niger Delta landlords from monitoring group on government programs; NAF appoints new spokesman; 140 Nigerian deportees from Libya arrive home; Motorcyclists disrupt crash helmet distribution exercise in Abuja; Court adjourns trial of Al-Mustapha, others till April 28; Iwu/INEC joined as parties in CNPP's suit; Association gives FG ultimatum on CONTISS; Imo directs LGAs to open IGR accounts; Plateau PDP crisis: Mangni challenges Shown to debate; Bureaucracy delays take-off of Funtua inland depot; Financial meltdown: Nigerian hospitals move to reduce costs; Idris restates commitment to lift Kogi; Electoral Reform: Youths demand 'implementation of Uwais report; Expert advocates accountability in university system; Nigeria loses N6.2bn annually to imported: barytes; Court denies IBB cousin bail; TUC backs amnesty- deal for Niger Delta militants; Impeached Taraba CNPP chairman opposes removal; Owerri zone backs Ohakim on guber tussle; 6,000 MW not possible in 8months-HameedAli; NIGERlANS CANNOT BE DECEIVED I DID NOT WRITE THE POWER P.ROBE REPORT; Government House Kaduna not a drain pipe - Special Assistant; Appeal Court upholds election of Benue minority whip; Government should take over banks etc; Ending the chaos in Ebiraland; Homosexuality as transgression beyond limits; Rebranding Nigeria and the drivers; Somali pirates seize more vessels; Kenya coalition minister resigns; Sudan steps up efforts to free kidnapped aid workers; Obama reaches out to Muslim world; Italy hunts for quake survivors; S/Korea accused over poisoning; Death camp Nazi' can be deported; Egyptian police stifle protests; PEF to sue marketers over N13bn debt; Stock market picks up again; Firms jostle for SMEDAN contracts; KADCIMA on trade mission to Asia; AP to market cooking gas in Ghana; The dwindling fish market in Kano; Pension: 48 employers face legal action; Stop chasing customers for deposit, ANAN warns banks; E-payment will check corruption – UBEC boss; First Bank rewards 166 customers; Stock markets give up early gains; Dog owners do look like their pets, say psychologists; How eating chocolate can help improve your maths; Monarch seeks compensation over acquired community land; We are neglected, Gurara Dam communities tell FG; N360m for construction of 1.6 km road near Onitsha; Kwara tasks LGs on Clean, Green programme; Google co-founder plans eco-mansion; FCTA partner manufacturers over environmental equipment; UN plans guide to fighting climate-change disasters; Minister calls for increased control of fossil fuel; Kano pollution control lab urged to go commercial; Minister calls for increased control of fossil fuel; NEMA and the challenge of managing disaster in Nigeria; FCDA officials seal up bank at Utako; Mass Transit commuters complain over smart card; Man jailed for stealing iron rods; New' guidelines for mass housing projects in Abuja; With checks and balances, president can appoint INEC chair; Flying Eagles told not to underrate opponents; Egypt 2009 Draw: What the coaches say; Returnee Ezeji sets league goals record; We are not afraid of Al Ahly – Galadima; Heartland look ahead to clash with Cotonsport;

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