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Friday, November 28, 2008

Oshiomhole Inherits N9.2b Debts

Why We Couldn't Tackle Ibadan Robbery, By Police Chiefs

Judiciary Workers May Begin Nationwide Strike Monday

My Pikin : No Longer A Teething Problem

Cole May Miss Clash With Gunner

Flying Eagles Beat Togo 2-0, As Ibori Cup Begins

Home-Based Super Eagles Tackle Ghana Tomorrow

'The Future Of Marketing Is Not Branding'

Lornamead Out With Tura Pearl

Afro Santa Search: Who Wins the Race?

Starcomms: Poor Results Amid Marketing Bliss ...

Life of photography in the Nigerian art gallery space

NFF releases 18-man squad, Ghana, Guinea Bissau arrive

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Zambia President, Bandah, meets Yar'Adua, woos investors

Waziri alleges fresh looting by govt officials

Four policemen die as robbers raid Ibadan banks

Sacrifice, an essential duty for all

Life of photography in the Nigerian art gallery

Unending travails of Nuhu Ribadu as a police officer

Empowering Nigerian airlines through good policy framework

G-192 rehabilitates the globe

Honeywell Flour Mills floats N19b IPO

Again, mayhem in Mushin

NFF releases 18-man squad, Ghana, Guinea Bissau arrives

Third place a must for Nigeria, says Nkwocha

We can win this trophy, says Coach Evumena

Senate tasks Boeing on Nigerian airlines

NACCIMA decries increase in taxes to fund shortfalls from oil revenue

New cassava plant to increase farmers' output by 300 per cent

Mobil executes N405.9 billion oil, gas project

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

NUC works out new benchmark for postgraduate programmes

UBN allays fear of hostile takeover by foreign placement of shares

Jossy Lad accepts responsibility for Nigeria's ouster

NFF holds talks over Morocco, Ghana friendlies

We played against men, Falcons claims

Pearson stakes N2b in Longman Plc

NIFOR, MAN advocate land policy change to lift oil palm

World Bank facilitates synergy between CAC, FIRS on tax evasion

Licensing of credit bureaux begins next year, says CBN

Agency, police to use biotechnology for crime control, others

Why Yar'Adua won't revoke rail contract, by Obasanjo

Court orders restraint on Ribadu's demotion

TUC faults ministerial nominees list

Researchers text natural treatment methods for urinary problems in men

Soft market regime weakens financial capability of underwriting firms, say operators

Bacteria may have been key to fossils' formation

Inferno in doctors' quarters

Bank PHB transforms Finacorp to Mortgages Bank PHB

ANAN advises govt to cut expenditure as oil price falls

Enhance economic empowerment through education, says banker

Nigerian, Lebanese relations strong, says envoy

For Guinea-Bissau, its another coup too many

Falconets dare hosts for top second round ticket

UK, Austrian firms to invest N1 trillion in oil, gas sector

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

WAFU U-20 Cup: Gambia, Sierra Leone, Benin arrive in Oghara

Falconets dares hosts for top second round ticket

Fumbling Falcons surrender African title, crash 0-1 to E'Guinea

Ribadu refutes EFCC's claims on property

NAFDAC raises alarm as 25 die of teething mixture

Council of State cautions govs on arms purchase

NPA introduces two formulars to end congestion at ports

UNESCO, OPS kick-start industrial development agenda

Global financial turmoil: The sub-Saharan African question

Towards a post-crisis world economy

Single Wire Protocol for payments via mobile phone underway

ITAN CEO Summit opens in Kano tomorrow

Oando, Lagos take delivery of equipment for power project

NAPE seeks incentives on 40b barrels oil reserve

DMO to introduce first 20-year FGN bond

Rumblings in Oturkpo over police killing

Nigeria, 130 other UN member states pay 2008 dues in full

Stanbic IBTC Pension pays N500m to retired workers

Banks, NBA strike new funding deal

UK, Austrian firms to invest N1 tillion in oil, gas sector

Kutigi warns jurists against abuse of power

Beware of E' Guinea's food, Nigerians in Malabo warn Falcons

Evumena aims for top spot in Group A

Falcons look beyond Equatorial Guinea

Monday, November 24, 2008

Proliferation of law faculties lowers output quality

To lift health care delivery, revitalise primary health care services delivery system

Danger on Lagos' old footbridges

Obama unveils economic management team

Gas flare fine meager, says Mark

Kutigi warns jurist against abuse of power

Contributory pension and gratuity payment in private sector

Nigeria meets U.S. SEC, others over market recovery

American firm sues UBEC, ETF over contract breach

NIPOST raises alarm over stockbrokers' indebtedness

CBC, foreign agencies vote N49b lifeline for MFIs

Why $8.3b Lagos-Kano rail project was suspended, by contractor

Sunday, November 23, 2008

AU deplores Guinea Bissau coup bid

ECO, West African currency, takes off next year

Govt recovers N46b from sale of FCT houses

Nigeria, Chinese firms meet over missing satellite

In Kano, laurels for excellent media performance

Nations move to adopt 'natural assets' as top political issue

Controversy trails new rent, mortgage plans at Lagos TBS complex

10 firms present scorecards to NSE

Screening raises hope for life

Players get $1,000 for victory

Falcons' needs reorganisation, Jossy Lad admits

Falcons protest alleged hermaphrodite in e' guinean team

NAICOM, NNPC approve consortium bidding for energy underwriting risks

Survival of textile firms hangs on N70b fund

IATA challenges Europe on Single European Sky by 2012

Ex-Im Bank funding of African airlines hits $2 billion

We Must Fully Tap Into The Information And Knowledge Age, Says Spio-Garbrah

Budget: How Nigeria Can Develop In The face Of Fiscal Ilegitimacies (2)

Our Educational System Needs Technology Based Restructuring, Says Human Resources Expert

With Credit Bureaux, Accessing Bank Loans Becomes Faster, Cheaper, Says Ayedun

Saturday, November 22, 2008

N2.3bn Car Scandal: Why Reps Are Fighting Bankole, By Transparency Group

US Showcases Soyinka's Work Against Tyranny

Profit Taking Pushes Down Share Prices

ATIKU: This Govt Has Failed

Catholic Church To Honour Fashola, Soludo & Okiro

We Must Fully Tap Into The Information And Knowledge Age,' Says Spio-Garbrah

Confederation Cup: South Africa Gets 'Soft' Group

Man. City Bash Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea Maintain Lead

Falcons Sneak Into Semi Final, Pip South Africa 1-0

Experts Chide Delay In Presenting 2009 Budget

Budget: How Nigeria Can Develop In The face Of Fiscal Ilegitimacies

'Our Educational System Needs Technology Based Restructuring', Says Human Resources Expert

With Credit Bureaux, Accessing Bank Loans Becomes Faster, Cheaper -Ayedun

Friday, November 21, 2008

Gunmen Abduct Rivers Commissioner's Wife

How To Make Africa Great, By Museveni

South South governors served fake drinks

Daniel Absent At PDP Peace Meeting With Obasanjo-Bello

Stigmatisation in the name of God

Lagos Sets Up committee For Glo Marathon

Falconets Fight For Nigeria's Image, Meet England Today

Don't Disgrace Us, NFF Begs Super Falcons

Thursday, November 20, 2008

MEND denies getting arms from Army

Recession fears trigger fresh fall of world stocks

EFCC to arrest NAPEP loan defaulters

Yar'Adua, Museveni urge joint African action on global crisis

Lessons of Hadji

Reconnecting global African community through history, culture

Nigerian satellite breaks down in orbit affecting broadband internet services

A call for new initiative to replace the Yamoussoukro 'talk show'

The audacity of the dream and nation-building

Idigbe tasks SEC on share buy-back

A plunge unto death ...off Third Mainland Bridge

CAF threatens to sanction Falcons' coach

Yar'adua backs Siasia's academy

Colombian game, a great experience, says Amodu

Benue Cement announces N4.7 billion profit

Entrepreneurship is secret of national prosperity, says minister

Court reviews Globe Motors, Honda Place dispute

Govt's debt to NDDC worries governor

Sustainable economic development and freedom: A role for servant leaders

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

CAF officials lament shoddy services at AWC

NFF secures N300 million deal for women league

Falcons walk tight rope, draw 0-0 with Tunisia

Doctors transplant windpipe with stem cells

Harvard celebrates Achebe, Things Fall Apart

Senate pledges to pass 2009 budget before Christmas

Shehu Musa, Makaman Nupe, dies at 75

Students, unions gave me tremendous support, admits UNIBEN VC

Career officers jostle for Senate, Reps clerk seats

How aspartame, sugar enhance onset of cancers

Experts suggest ways to sustain relevance of insurance in Nigeria

1.2m years old pelvis backs early human big heads theory

Wema Bank to increase capital base soon, says boss

New law, new pains on Lagos' roads

World leaders launch action plan to combat financial crisis

Cross River to spend N106.6b next year

Arco wins $41m Total E&P contract

NNPC, banks raise N40 billion content support fund

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

World Chess Olympiad: Mixed fortunes for Nigerian teams

No hiding place for South Africa, Black Queens boasts

Super Falcons targets four goals against Tunisia

Fiery debate over hefty foreign reserve

Again, at the mercy of articulated vehicle

SSS may wade into governors, senators rift

Jonathan, govs, others meet, proffer ways out of global crisis

Soldiers get life jail for arms supply to militants

Nigerians in U.S. divided over 'missing' satellite

Northern governors to train 475 youths as seafarers under NSDP

Financial literacy must be achieved for the economy to grow, says Abere

Poor infrastructure as a cog in the nation's economic progress

Building confidence, security in the use of ICTs

ITU begins child online protection initiative

Capital Oil's infrastructure development hits N100 billion

DPR reads riot act to illegal oil service contractors

Indices slide, as blue chips lose on the Exchange

Investors, banks meet to bridge infrastructural gap in Abuja

NACCIMA decries late submission of 2009 budget proposals

Trade Fair: No realtors, few building materials' merchants task SON

NDIC realises N28.8b from failed bank loans, assets

Monday, November 17, 2008

Anambra lawmakers go into hiding over kidnapping

AC, others deplore siege on media

Govt moves to sanitise crude oil shipment

Yar'Adua set to present '09 budget, ministers' list

Corporate governance as panacea to global economic crunch

New Federal Court rules tackle albatross of case delays

Corporate indices rise further on the Exchange

Against flood, Lagos rebuilds canals

23 years after, Bankole returns for Asoju Oba Cup

More players out, Shittu, Nsofor in

Super Falcons coach remains upbeat despite Ghana draw

NIPCO denies moves to monopolise supply of gas

NSE president raises hope on market

Govt augments October budget with N86 billion

IPMAN pushes to acquire Aba, Calabar, Port Harcourt NNPC depots

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Govt set to launch NigeriaSat-2 next year

Yar'Adua to present 2009 budget this week

Oil firms bemoan cut in cargoes

SEC okays three firms as market makers

How to excel as PR practitioners, by Dangogo

Lagos, residents in controversy over demolition of 150 Ayobo houses

African cities lead global growth, raise new concerns

Coping with another toxic milk scare

OTC records N274 billion on the Exchange

A helping hand for health

Jossy Lad hails Falcons' draw against Black Queens

Ogbuke's goal propels Hoffenheim to victory

Poor organisation mars AWC in Equatorial Guinea

Nigeria, Syria plan to build cement factory

Nigeria imports $650m worth of frozen fish

N10 billion rice fund ready soon, says minister

Firms overcome satellite failure, migrate services

Saturday, November 15, 2008

First Lady Commissions Reformation Centre In Uyo

New PDP Secretariat To Be A Shrine For Democracy, Says Yar'adua

SSS Detains Leadership Publisher, Editors

Oshiomole's Victory Is Democracy In Action - Makinde

Arts And Politics Are Vehicles Of Service...I Am Involved In Both, Says Birisibe-Dorgu

Falcons Plan Early Goal Against Black Queens

Chelsea Remain On Top, Arsenal Slip Again

2008 AWC: Falcons, Ghana Black Queens Set E'Guinea On Fire

How Tourism Sector Can Survive International Financial Meltdown-South African Expert

Niger Bridge: Public Outcry Mounts On Govt For Repair

The Need For Local Investors To Retain Their Shares, By Shareholders

How Banks Can Assist Entrepreneurs With Long-Term Loans, By eTranzact Chief Executive

Friday, November 14, 2008

No Order On Governors To Donate Public Funds For PDP Secretariat, Says Jonathan

Yar'Adua pardons 90-year old man on death row

Obama May Appoint Hilary Clinton As Secretary Of State

Govt Opens Separate Revenue Account For Gas

Oshiomhole And The Marathon Journey To Victory

E'Guinea In Lionesses' Den, As 6th AWC Kicks Off In Malabo

Wenger: Eduardo Will Return At Christmas

Nigeria names 21 for FIFA U-20 World Cup

'Why Ogun Is Bringing Stock Exchange To Abeokuta'

NBA wants naval chief, others sanctioned over assault

Pilgrim's essential duties

Miriam Makeba, Geraldo Pino's death: Too close, too much and too heavy

In search of solution for high air fares

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Falcons vow to shoot down Black Queens, begin training in Bata

Adisa tasks Amodu on hard work

Kanu, others confirmed for Colombia match

NBA seeks sanctions against naval chief, others over assault

Yar'Adua receives Ribadu, NIPSS course-mates, tasks Nigerians on Vision 20-2020

How Obama presidency can benefit Africa, by Okonjo-Iweala

Panel clears 25 for Senior Advocates rank

Mama Africa Mariam Makeba goes with a voice to open heaven's gate

NAHCO posts N805m third quarter profit

Bloodletting in Kwara over land

Bauchi targets production of 1.7 million tonnes of rice, wheat yearly, says commissioner

Lagos deserves attention as an emerging market, says Koehler

Debt relief funds to enhance Nigerians' standard of living, says Yar'Adua

Accrual pension fund hits N1.6 trillion

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Nigerian satellite not missing, says NigComSat

Oil price drops to $59 per barrel

PDP leadership, G-21 meet over convention, others

SEC probes defaulting banks over private placement

Our goals have been achieved, says UNIBEN VC

Legislators seek improved funding for ITF

India almond extracts show promise in diabetes, premature ejaculation, lung cancer, sickle cell anaemia

Insurance industry lacks capacity to underwrite oil, gas sactor, says Yar'Adua, NNPC boss

Scientists engineer immune cells to beat HIV

Another war looms in Congo Republic

Zenith Bank's assets base hits N2.5 trillion

Debacle without end on the nation's gateway

Nigeria is world No.22, Africa's second

Benin City agog as IG Cup kicks off

Withdrawals good for Nigerian team, says Owolabi

Germany to support ECOWAS on infrastructure, energy

Govt lists modalities for local content in insurance

FAO signs $410,000 to improve aquaculture in Nigeria

DPR, operators trade blame over failure of private refineries in Nigeria

Obama's victory: Historic election, animated crowd

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

World Bank Group boosts support for developing countries

Obama may shun Bush, leaders' meeting over financial crisis

UK aviation body to assist Nigeria on air safety

Yar'Adua seeks quicker resolution of poll petitions

Freight rate dips world-wide as merchant fleet increases

Stakeholders chart path for industrial growth in Ogun

Global financial crisis: Nigerian stakeholders worry about banks' loan portfolios

Like Obama, MTN project students can achieve their dreams

Emerging markets mobile networks may hit 60 per cent growth in five years, says report

NAPE adopts fresh strategy to boost Nigeria's oil reserve

Cameroun begins to search for oil in Bakassi Peninsula

Blue chip stocks boost indices

Why Cooreman left Enyimba, by aide

NPL accuses MTN of undermining football development

Falcons vow to humiliate E'Guinea

Demand for forex drops by 81.94 per cent

Govt begins poverty reduction programme

UNFPA to spend N7.5 billion for Nigeria in four years

Nigeria, Germany trade hits N312b in 2008

Monday, November 10, 2008

Petrol marketers threaten strike over N17b debt

EFCC arrests socialite, Terry Waya

Trado-medicine enters global health system

Mandela, others mourn Miriam Makeba

Fresh impetus for poverty alleviation

Leadership, change and the Nigerian Constitution, by Akinjide

Towards self-sufficiency in local drug production

Market capitalisation rises on the Exchange

For HIV/AIDS kids, UNICEF, partners play

Adamu failed Nigerian sports, says Amiesiamaka

Kalu cautions Eagles over Obama-inspired Kenya

Falconets hammer another Brazilian team 6-1, hit Santiago weekend

Let technocrats manage the power sector, says expert

Fund urges petroleum marketers to reconcile accounts

Ani seeks $30b for Niger Delta development

Sunday, November 09, 2008

Africa, Germany to tackle terrorism, poverty, others

World Bank offers Nigeria N345b infrastructure lifeline

Body probes Nigeria's rights records

Appeal Court rules on Edo guber polls tomorrow

At Africast, echo of Community Radio keeps pulsating

ATOPCON calls for review of town planners' scale of fees

Stakeholders chart fresh options to tackle squalor, as urban forum ends

23 firms present scorecards to Exchange

In Lagos, only poles, no light

Newcastle falls despite Ameobi's goal, Tottenhan wins again

Heroic Eto'o seals Barca's win

NSC still owes athletes, coaches six months after pre-Games trials

Nigeria needs huge investment in research and developments, says FIIRO boss

Nigeria's postal industry worth N100b

IMF urges stimulus as global growth nosedives

Lagos in $2b rail lines project drive

2, 000 Benefit From Empowerment Programme In Lagos

Fashola Apologises To Lady

Americans Watch Obama's Move On Children's Education

Power projects face fresh problems

Niger Delta Issue Requires Global Attention'

House Scam: The Leadership Versus The People

Amodu searches for alternative players

Etoile, Sfaxien End First Leg Goalless

Liverpool Go Top, As Arsenal Down Man Utd

How To Enhance e-Payment Through Cardless System

How To Manage Oil Price Fall In Nigeria

Parents Condemn High Cost Of Education In Nigeria

How The World Economy Reacts Over Obama's Victory

Friday, November 07, 2008

Four Naval Officers Feared Dead In Clash With Bayelsa Youths

Bankers Stop Work, Protest Kidnapping

Indian Docked For Allegedly Duping Nigerian Banks Of N32B

World leaders present request to Obama

Nigerians Greet O-B-A-M-A

Little caffeine may harm foetus, study find

Obudu Loc Confirms 55 Elite Athletes For Mountain Race

Obama - Inspiring The World!

Finland: Where Nigeria female footballers are most wanted

Operational Risk Management For Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) (2)

Dreams As Seeds Of Productivity

Reps probe falling standards of education

Washed away in a raging flood

Evumena hopeful, as Falconets jet out to Brazil

Flamingoes blame ouster on red card, missed opportunities

Uncertainty over Adamu's fate

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Reps allege threat to lives over power probe

Bush to Obama Transition begins

Soyinka pours libation, says 'I drink for Obama'

The principles of holy prigrimage

All eyes on Abuja Carnival 2008

The world celebrates Obama's victory as the president-elect also faces challenges

Facing the challenges of international air travel

Stockbrokers list causes of market meltdown

NAPEP, states to review implementation of programme to eradicate poverty

Ekiti govt receives N2 billion MDG fund

Nigeria, U.S., IAEA seek safety of nuclear materials

LCCI cautions stakeholders against panicky measures, proffers solution to global crisis

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

The Day After: Obama builds team

Govt okays measures to implement budgets

Highlife maestro, Orlando Owoh, dies at 72

NBTE underscores importance of Guidance and Counselling

NASB retreat: Expert links MDGs' success to corporate governance

New discoveries raise fresh concerns over dairy products

Minister advocates strict regulation of insurance business in Nigeria

Pharmacists brainstorm on how to boost local drug production

Equities record 20 price gains, rekindle investors' hope

Nigerians also celebrate

Maradona equal to Argentine task, says Donadoni

Lagos FA reinstates Akanni, sets up peace committee

Nigeria draws with Brazil, crashes out

Minister explains why N58b second Niger bridge project suffers setback

Anambra, USAID partner on Omor Rice Mill

Agric ministry attains 54 per cent implementation of budget 2008

Yar'Adua assures on review of operations of free zones

Chaplain Corps Supports Bodies In The Fight Against Corruption

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Yes, we can!

Obama re-writes America's history

Govt sets agenda for agency on nuclear power

"Fired up! Ready to go!"

The speech that launched him

NPA, Lagos approve $6 billion first deep sea port

How to drive industrialisation with oil revenue, by NACCIMA

Banks must look for new markets to diversify investments, says Edet, Nexton boss

Global financial crisis: An x-ray of the national, international dimensions

Ghana, Omatek sign consumer scheme deal

ITU releases four-year roadmap for telecoms standardisation

NIPCO dispenses 950m litres of fuel in 2007

Govt expends N1.4 trillion yearly in oil, gas sector

Politics, intrigues of constitutional review

Leeway to early recovery of stock market, by CIS

The son, the grandma: From cradle to greatness

Gabreselassi leads others to Glo/Lagos Half Marathon

No attachment deal for Amodu at Stamford Bridge yet

Chelsea plans N11.3m weekly pay for Mikel

Govt spends N51.2 billion on fertiliser procurement

Oil and gas firms tasked on acceptable HSE standards

NigComSat releases web-based clocking machine for HR management

Budget delay may hinder NDDC's projects

Monday, November 03, 2008

Minister warns violators of Abuja master plan

Senate panel condemns outcry over World Cup N35.4b funds

EFCC to try 10 other ex-govs

The nexus between a weak civil service and corruption

Special court: Solution to financial crimes

LafargeWAPCO posts N9 billion third quarter profit

Enyimba regrets fans action

Super Eagles' defence worries Ezeugo

No mistakes against Brazil, Ibe tells Flamingoes

Transcorp raises $100 million for broadband internet

ERA asks for N2b borehole scam probe

Exxonmobil records $14.8b quarterly profit

Reps, firm feud over port terminal deal

Banda wins Zambia's polls, opposition kicksBanda wins Zambia's polls, opposition kicks

Olaosebikan's multiple offering for kids

Sunday, November 02, 2008

Banda wins Zambia's polls, opposition kicks

Lagos airport gets new navigational aid

Americans elect new president tomorrow

Nigeria... on a steady march to digital transition

Ali, Sheriff warn Bauchi over proposed Kafin-Zaki dam project

World Urban Forum opens today at Nanjing, China

Union Bank pays N1 dividend, one for six bonus

Lamentation over Lagos' roads

Kano ready for Nigeria 2009, says Galadima

Mikel, Martins, Utaka out of Eagles' Colombia friendly

Flamingoes in tight corner, lose to England

Ogun Assembly passes supplementary bill

Council calls for establishment of body to implement cabotage laws

Soludo advocates new economic order, absolves CBN of blame in NSE crisis

Nigerian exports to Germany hit one billion euros

Tsonga, the exciting Frenchman, outclasses American John Blake

Govt Should Phase Out Excess Tax, Says CITN

Saturday, November 01, 2008

GKS President Laments Economic Imbalance In The World

After month-long celebration, Bolt looking forward to resume training

Tsonga, the exciting Frenchman, outclasses American James Blake ...And will take on Nalbandian in Today's final

For 3SC, A New Song

Govt Should Phase Out Excess Tax, -CITN

How To Achieve Early Passage Of Budget Bill , By Stakeholders

FG Has Spent $721m On ICT Infrastructure, Says Ilukwe

How To Reduce Industrial, Cooking Gas Prices, By Experts

Nigerian Banks: Soludo, Iyamah, Ohuabunwa, Ayedun Disagree

MEND Protests Denial Of Medical Care To Okah

Obama, McCain Shift Battle To Republican Turf

Budget 2008: Old Tale Told By New Bride

Friday, October 31, 2008

Police Arrest Pastor, Others Over Kidnap of Teenager In Bayelsa

Court grants Okah leave for treatment

Crisis In Capital Market Wont Affect Banks, Says Soludo

PDP At 10: Ruling Party As A Nation's Albatross

Maradona Begins Argentina Work In England

Sports Commission Needs Total Sanitation, Say Iloh, Odegbami

High Ridding Flamingoes Plot England's Fall

'SMEs Are Heroes Of Nigerian Economy'