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Guardian News Archive for December 2008Rss

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Asia leads world economy, says new Index

Okogie tasks leaders on humility, poverty alleviation, others

Navy promotes 135 officers, gets five new Rear Admirals

Govt stops concessionaires from imposing arbitrary charges at ports

Industrial sector retains poor performance record in 2008

2008: A year of economic heartbreak for investors

2008: Boom year for hi-tech criminals

Mobile phones may take over ATMs as payment terminals

Nigeria's power sector still at lowest ebb, despite reforms

Thrills, intrigues of oil, gas sector in 2008, expectations for 2009

Economic downturn hits Brazillian equities

A dream come true

Airline industry may sustain gloomy outlook in 2009, says IATA

Fraud allegation is a 'mix up', says Honda Place

Dollar sheds weight on rallying oil prices

NAICOM to revoke licences of defaulting insurers

Monday, December 29, 2008

Lessons from Supreme Court verdict on Yar'Adua's election, by Nwaiwu

Lokomotiv dispels Everton move for Odemwingie, Yobo gets new contract

Lagos FA boss finally off the hook

S/Africa names two foreign pros for Flying Eagles

Nigeria earns over N31 trillion in nine years

2009 budget will be implemented, Mark pledges

Plateau sues govt over probe of Jos crisis

The global perspective to wage increase

2008: Mixed grill for aviation sector

Bullish trading buoys transactions on the Exchange

Wicked fire on Christmas Day

Bayelsa proposes N160.8b budget for 2009

Unity Bank partners Chinese firm on power projects in Nigeria

Hong tasks Udenwa on textile sector's revival

Oil prices rebound, rise above $40 on Gaza conflict

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Broadcasting and year 2008 in retrospect

DHQ reviews pension scheme, conditions of service

Presidency, Airlines to meet over high aviation fuel price

S'South lawmakers contest N19b virement

Groups seek end to gas flaring, Land Use Act repeal

Court halts federal civil servants over 1004 Estate's sale

A woeful health sector performance in 2008

Mid-day fire at Ladipo

South Africa's Dikgacoi close to new deal

Ruthless Liverpool three points clear, as Chelsea, Fulham share points

Ex-Eaglets captain, Lukman, joins Monaco's first team

As Japan forecasts zero growth

Amaechi presents N432.3b appropriation bill to legislators

Naira plunges further on CBN's forex sale directive

World Bank predicts global gloom in 2009

Economy: Professionals Seek Greater Ties With Government

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Police Arrest Official For Alleged Misappropriation Of N39m

Ghanaians Approach Presidential Run-off With Trepidation

NNPC Boss, Yar'Adua, May Go In Jan

Kumuyi Tasks Govt On Security, Protection Of Lives

Collapsed Infrastructure, Failed Roads And Rising

Agent Advises Makinwa To Quit Lazio

Adebayor Returns, Utaka Doubtful, As Arsenal Tackle Portsmouth

Everton Goes For £6 Million Rated Odemwingie

Nigerian Economy In 2009: Hard Times Knock Hard

Ethics Suffer, As Banks Mount Further Pressure On Staff

Don't Lift Ban On Exercise Books, Maple Leaf Boss Tells Govt

Economy: Nigerian Professionals Seek Greater Ties With Government

Friday, December 26, 2008

Price Soars, As Fuel Scarcity Hits Borno, Yobe Capitals

Obasanjo, Amosun Embrace At Ibogun Day Celebrations

Four Feared Killed As JTF, Gunmen Clash In Bayelsa

As Nigerians Bid 2008 Goodbye...

Arsenal Stumble Again, As Liverpool, Chelsea Continue Title Race

Egypt May Scuttle Proposed Nigeria, Ghana Friendly

FG May Revert NSC To Sports Ministry

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Report links Ikechukwu Uche to PSV Eindhoven

I want to turn Berger around, says Amuneke

France wants date change, as Nigeria/Ghana meet February 11

Again, a new minister for education sector

Govt gives operators two weeks to decongest ports

Lagos launches N50 billion infrastructure renewal bond

Adeboye, Obama, 48 others make Newsweek's elite list

Labour on the march again, demands N52,200 minimum wage

Herbal antidotes for food poisoning, snake venom

Insurance business, haven for long-term investors, says NIA chairman

Artificial human bone marrow created in laboratory

Insurance stocks buoy transactions on the Exchange

Today is Christmas!

Akwa Ibom disburses N13b for accelerated livestock production

Ex-CBN chief canvasses new economic order for Nigeria

Fashola restates commitment to coastal security

Nigeria to receive $69m IFAD grant for agric, rural projects

How to achieve development plan, by new ministers

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

N8.5b varsity's pension budget insufficient, say Reps

30 die in Delta State auto crashes

Ekaette is Niger Delta minister, Mukhtar in finance

Port congestion: Terminal operators demand govt's intervention

SON sustains anti-substandard products' campaign

Inflation targeting: Other countries' experiences

CBN and the new inflation targeting regime

HP Experience opens in Lagos

Global star next generation satellite communication underway

Lagos, PHCN power rift lingers, as case is adjourned

PPMC assures Nigerians of product availability during festive season

The global economic crisis and its implications for Nigeria

SEC clears air on share certificate dematerialisation

All at Christmas, year-end

I will get my place back, says Olofinjana

NFF to name new Falcons' coach in January, says Peters

Ndanusa resumes at NSC, pledges equal attention to all sports

FIRS allays fear over tax increase

Oil prices fall below $39 on U.S. economic downturn

NAFDAC destroys N24.25b counterfeit drugs in seven years

How to achieve development plan, by new minister

Monday, December 22, 2008

Nine female footballers, two coaches die in auto accident

Presidency decries official's comments at Awolowo varsity

Why immunity clause may stay, by Ekweremadu

EFCC arrests Fani-Kayode, may arraign him today

Issues in global strategy against meltdown impact on human capital

Why NBA wants a place in legal practitioners' privileges committee

OTC records N268 billion transactions, as firms present scorecards

Stabbed to death for football

Apam gets new deal, Charleroi denies Akpala

Kenya lines up Egypt's friendly, others

NFF denies Siasia fresh deal

IMF urges spending to spur global economic growth

Obama expands economic recovery plan to create three million jobs

NEPC seeks market for Nigeria's solid minerals in South Africa

Prices of Toyota vehicles to rise in January

Exploring the dynamics of Nigeria's development up to 2020 AD

Remembering Agbroko, the jolly good man

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Mark counsels losers to shun bickering, embrace peace, development

Office holders should defend their assets, says Makarfi

Ajumogobia blames oil firms for Niger Delta crisis

Akunyili... from fake drug war to managing perception

After dangerous lull, war on climate change faces crunch year

African ministers adopt $65b fund to develop water infrastructure

Indices soar, renew investors' interest in stock market

Remembering the good writer

Holyfield's WBA title bid failed, loses to Valuev

Nigeria's Onaolapo is 36 in ITTF ranking

Eagles' opponents will be easy prey, says Ikpeba

IFC board approves initiatives for financial crisis response

ABUCCIMA advises govt on power problem, proffers possible solution

American firm to raise $200 million for Niger Delta

External reserves hit $57.4 billion

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Four Niger Delta University Lecturers Die In Auto-crash

Russians Kidnapped At ALSCON

Nigerian Pilgrims Stranded In Mecca, Plan Demonstration Today

Joy Unspeakable Solely For The Redeemed, Says Adeboye

2009 Budget: A Grope In A Time Of Global Recession

Arsenal Still Good Enough For Title, Says Henry

Allardyce Begins With Victory, Villa Move To Third Place

Nigeria Confirms France Friendly, Argentina Tie In Doubt

Market Closure: Ladipo Traders Count Losses

Experts Appraise Spring Bank's Acquisition

Zain's Wins African Telecoms Awards

Naira Depreciation: Expert Faults Claim On Oil Revenue

Friday, December 19, 2008

Appeal Court Orders CJ To Reassign Ibori's Case

Yar'Adua, Kufuor, Others List Ways To West Africa's Growth

Don't Expect Too Much From Yar'Adua, Akande Cautions

Yar'Adua's New Team: Steaming Cold?

NFF, NPL Agree, Order Enyimba To Play Behind Closed Doors In Aba

...Minister Resumes On Monday

National Sports Festival: States Get December 31 Deadline For Registration

Competitive Mobile Market And The Anabel Challenge

Flour Mills Rewards Staff

HiTV: A Promising Foothold, But ...

Zain Launches Mobile Services In Ghana

Thursday, December 18, 2008

NFF board to decide on Bosso, others soon

Obasi's going nowhere, Hoffenheim warns other clubs

Jonathan begins tour of centres

Copyright Law... dreams, hopes, 20 years after

Senate okays Mansur Mukhtar as minister, defers Adamu's screening

Govt moves to modernise Armed Forces

Soyinka rejects national merit award prize money, keeps plaque

The noble birth of Prophet Easaa

For many Nigerians, the Christmas breeze is yet to blow

African airlines thrive in the face of global competition

Inter-religious dialogue: Turning human existence into human co-existence

SEC appoints Vetiva market maker

My wife, a robber? No!

Group stresses climate-friendly energy policies

Abuja Clearing House records N4.5 trillion transactions

Oil prices hover near four half-year low despite OPEC cut

NLC canvasses diversification of Nigeria's economy

CIIN to inject 5000 new graduates into industry

Expectations as Ndanusa takes the sports, chair

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Tanker drivers protest harassment by Lagos officials

No tax increase in 2009, says FIRS

Senate passes N3.049 trillion 2009 budget

Japan sets aside $12m to enhance distance education through radio

National Assembly workers may swear to oath of secrecy

Citrus fruits show promise in treating cancers, diabetes, stomach ulcer

Astronomers explain full moon close-up on Earth, planet formation

Blue chip shares lift stock indices

A gift of health, limbs too

Coaches set agenda for new minister

Coca Cola withdraws from Nigerian FA Cup sponsorship

Expectations as Ndanusa takes the SportsMinister, chair

Consumer council seeks compensation for victims of My Pikin

Dollar tumbles against euro, yen, as U.S. begins zero rate regime

OPEC will cut two million barrels output to end oversupply, says Saudi Arabia

Vision 2020: Govt commences harmonisation of local councils' operations

Govt plans new trade, industrial policy

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Doctors decry reduction of vote for health in 2009 budget

Govt. plans new trade, industrial policy

Sultan cites hunger, poverty in Jos crisis

Sliding fortunes hit import profile through Onne, Idi-Iroko

Why SMEs should transform to quoted firms, by Ogun MAN

IT governance certification is an imperative for business strategic direction, says Anya

The naira crash: A deliberate policy or crisis in the making?

Digital dividend for mobile as momentum gathers in Europe

ITU releases new standards for high speed room-to-room HDTV

NNPC explains second mission in Chad Basin, others

Nigeria oil reserve may dry up in 50 years, says DPR

The Historic Contributions of Urhobo Progress Union to the Unity and Development of Urhobo Nation

SEC, operators move to combat delay in stocks' mails

Siege on a nation's gateway

Jossy Lad must appear before us, NFF's panel insists

Abia showers N6.7m on Enyimba, Chukwumerije, others

Odemwingie eyes move to Premiership

African countries demand fair share of cotton trade

NCAA may sanction BA over change in arrival time

Global oil demand will shrink in 2009, OPEC warns

Reps query N680m sugar fund

Monday, December 15, 2008

Banks, others lose $50b in U.S. financial scam

Iwu alleges forgery of INEC stamp by Victor Umeh

How to save democracy, by Bankole, Oyinlola, Tinubu

Discordant tunes trail continued existence of NYSC scheme

What Competition Law can do to Nigeria's economy, by Dimgba

Federal Government as the economic saboteur

Fidson's management explains drop in profit

Ladipo spares market shut!

FIFA won't move 2010 World Cup from South Africa, says Blatter

Katsina, Adamawa withdraw from Orok Oyo tournament

NFF orders coaches to Abuja over poor outings

Air traffic controllers shelve planned strike, sign MoU with NAMA

Kabo Air gets N4 billion lifeline from Unity Bank

Hard times don't last, Oba Otudeko tells investors

Stakeholders fault govt on new national tax policy

NARSDA showcases device for fabrication of spacecraft, others

International partners, UN bodies evolve new aid modalities for Nigeria

Investment at oil and gas free zones hit $5 billion

Sunday, December 14, 2008

NARSDA showcases device for fabrication of spacecrafts, others

Residents kick as govt cedes three Taraba communities to Cameroun

Govt to spend N1.3 trillion on oil operations in 2009

BatesCosse tackles communication challenge

Mayors want greater cities' role in climate battle

Stakeholders chart framework for National Environmental Action Plan

Shareholders commend banks' bailout option

War against filth continues in Lagos

Chelsea, West Ham draw

Martins scores in Newcastle's 3-0 thrashing of Portsmouth

Nigeria draws 0-0 with Ghana, crashes out

nternational partners, UN bodies evolve new aid modalities for Nigeria

NAICOM, underwriters predict buoyant insurance business next year

FDI at oil and gas free zone put at $5 billion

Govt berates NNPC over delayed remittances to federation account

Forces In Mr. President's Kitchen Cabinet

Makinwa Begs For Lazio Exit

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Synod Reiterates Commitment To Human Development

ACF Urges Buhari, Atiku To Support Yar'Adua's Govt

Oshiomhole's Aides, Three Others Die In Auto Crash

orces In Mr. President's Kitchen Cabinet

President Yar'Adua: The Men Behind His Presidency

Serie A: Ancelotti Puts Faith In Flamini

Makinwa Begs For Lazio Exit!

Saving Nigeria's Female Soccer From Failing Coaches

MMA 2 Bubbles For Holiday Makers

Niger Bridge: More Calls For Repair

Ndukwe Tasks Southeast Governors On ICT

How Media Businesses Can Match 'Internet Explosion,' By CNBC Africa Boss, Alfonso

Friday, December 12, 2008

Buhari Faults Verdict

...It Was Lost Chance To Save Democracy, Says Atiku

Territorial Ambition, Not Election Caused Jos Crisis, Says Plateau Forum

Yar'Adua's Road To Victory

NFF Explains Decision To Lift Ban On Enyimba Stadium

Emordi Hopeful, As Home-Based Eagles Light Up Calabar

Yakubu, Macauley Make Bosso's list Ahead AYC In Rwanda

How Banks, Others Can Manage Reputation Risk, Create Value (1)

Preparing For 2009 (1)

Eagles rule out new players, look for serene camp

Thursday, December 11, 2008

NASS, Presidency disagree over unspent funds in 2009 budget

Amaechi accuses EFCC of bias in anti-graft fight

CBN rolls out strategies for stable economy

Islam abhors conflicts, wars (2)

Tribute to the great Ray Charles

From trial to trial, famed O.J. Simpson finally goes to jail

Two years after, airlines await reopening of 18L runway

Market capitalisation down as bears dominate trading on the Exchange

For A'Ibom teachers, a reward for sacrifice from the Inoyos

3SC holds awards/fund raising dinner today

Ghana's coach rates Nigeria as team to beat at AYC

Eagles rule out new players, looks for serene camp

Operator tasks govt on N60b auto fund

Orji proposes N60.5 billion revenue for Abia in 2009

Court summons 23 banks on N262.8m judgment sum

Dwindling gas export from Nigeria worries consuming nations

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Senators rattle ministerial nominee over ANPP crisis

Education rot threatens Vision 20:2020, says Yar'Adua

On world rights day, women, others urge new focus

Why we are introducing mental arithmetic dynamics into Nigeria, by Adamu

Yobe discovers 3,500 ghost workers in councils

Researchers unveil local herbs for hastening childbirth

Nigeria portends huge untapped market for insurance industry, says Walmsley

Scientists test gene therapy for AIDS, sickle cell cures

Secrets of Asia's lead in the sciences unveiled in Malaysia

Exchange strategises against 'melt-down'

The Guardian's helping hand to Lagos pupils

Edo sports committee members lament state of Afuze Games Village

Ghana wins WAFU Under 20 Cup

Onigbinde, Nwosu to assist Emordi

Revenue drop for aviation sector imminent, says IATA

Don proposes new economic agenda for Nigeria

World Bank predicts global gloom, growth drops to 0.9 per cent

Govt assures investors of infrastructure at Lekki Free Trade Zone

Firm may sue Nigeria Customs Service for contempt

2009 budget: What hope for the industrial sector?

Agony of children, parents over demolition of private school

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Ribadu's plight may worsen Nigeria's graft rating, says Transparency

Nigeria has made progress in reducing hunger, says FAO

Plateau to arraign 500 over Jos mayhem

Firm may sue Nigeria Customs Service to court for contempt

IMF welcomes call for multilateral action at Doha conference

MDGs: Another pipe dream for Nigeria?

NiRA may begin commercial services next month

NigComSat, Chinese firm propose interim satellite

DPR to recoup 16 years royalty debt from oil firms

Fitch examines impact of falling oil price on Nigeria

SEC moves to revamp stock market

Nduka Irabor, 'A man of uncommon courage,' is 50

No plan to sack Bosso, says NFF

Ghana, Senegal fight for WAFU Cup title today

Chukwu blames football woes on corruption in NFF

NAOC raises 400,000 farmers from Niger Delta

MAAN gives account of stewardship, canvasses for more involvement

Govt urged to find alternative sources of revenue

How to overcome barriers in Germany-Nigeria partnership, by experts

MEND opts for Catholic group as mediator with govt

Monday, December 08, 2008

MEND opts for U.S. Catholic group as mediator with govt

AC flays Jonathan over comments on Iwu

Senate rejects pact on $625m oil blocks

Motivating the survivors of downsizing

For judicial workers, it is no longer at ease

Zimbabwe struts on a taut rope

Global financial meltdown boosts Centage private placement

'Quiet, modest Eid-el-Kabir in Lagos'

Where is team nigeria's money? Okoya thomas queries nsc

Ghana, Senegal For WAFU Cup final

NFF May summon Bosso over Flying Eagles' ouster

Russia urges closer Nigeria ties on global financial crunch

Govt re-introduces weight, measures equipment

PETAN wants National Assembly to pass Nigeria content bill to law

Reps seek agency for food storage, preservation

Tears, sorrow, as Leke, 'the organiser' dies in Jos bloodbath

Sunday, December 07, 2008

Ibukun Oluwa FC withdraws petition against Akanni

Nigeria's Toriola is 56 in ITTF world's ranking

Fans want new team for AYC

Nigeria won't suffer recession, says Soludo

NPP in early lead in Ghana's peaceful polls

Presidency moves to defuse tension over budget

Broadcasters consider rise in advertisement rates

UNEP atlas highlights biodiversity hotspots, global carbon sinks

Govts seek bounce in climate change efforts at Poznan talks

Again, concern over infant mortality rate

Firms present scorecards to NSE

Tears, sorrow, as Leke, 'the organizer' dies in Jos bloodbath

ICAN commences professional practice monitoring

Nigeria's production base is weak, says ex-NACCIMA president

PTDF brainstorms on research areas for new chair-holders

Nigeria requires N7.9 trillion to meet 40b barrels oil reserve target

Saturday, December 06, 2008

Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal Win To Maintain Status Quo

Pillars Get Easy Foe, Morocco Test For Heartland

Bosso Blames Flying Eagles For WAFU Cup ouster

Yar' Adua Urges Nigerians To Overcome Primordial Sectarian Violence

Jos Crisis: Danjuma Calls For Probe Of Security Agencies

Eid-el-Kabir: Yar' Adua Urges Peace

As You Sacrifice To God During This Festival, Be Prepared To Make Your Country Great - Adegbite

The Secret Of My Commission In Rivers State - Justice Eso

"We Need Foreign Loans Now"

"World Bank Loans Are Beneficial To Nigeria - Dada"

Nigeria Needs World Bank Loan For Infrastructural Development - Idika Kalu

World Bank Loan: Unending Debate Between The Blind...And The Deaf?

Friday, December 05, 2008

EU Okays 600m Euros For W' African Regional Growth

Rumour Mongering Threatens Banking Sector

Zamfara Governor Dumps ANPP For PDP

Madam Safety

Nigeria Meets Senegal For Semifinal Slot

Standard Of Play Is Relatively High, Says Onigbinde

Flying Eagles will not be disgraced in Rwanda, Bosso Assures Nigerians

Strategies For Building Strong Brands

Insight Communications Given To Winning Award

Union Bank: Old Stallion In Need Of A Make Over

The Domino Effect

Arik bursts into international route with A340-500

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Govt to sanction defaulting oil firms over gas supply

Rivers seeks refund of N2b loan to FAAN

CBN's new discount window yields N700b to economy

Islam abhors conflicts, wars

You got it wrong, copyright society tells commission

Again, violence violates the peace on the Plateau

Arik burst into international route with A340-500

Shareholders approve Zenith Bank's N28.46b dividend

'Disabled, yet so much to thank God for'

ECOWAS sports ministers plan sports festival

NFF may punish Rangers, others over home-based Eagles

Super eagles to begin preparation in feb. 2009

DPR sets new guidelines to curtail fuel adulteration

Government to sanction defaulting concessioners

Financial meltdown may lead to subdued economic growth, says banker

Nigerians waste N450b on bad roads yearly, says FERMA

NFF beefs up home-based Eagles with 11 players ...Yet to decide match venue

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Ibadan, Eket banks shut over robbery, kidnap scare

MEND ready to disarm, lists terms

Why Budget 2008 execution failed, by Usman

Council, not VCs, sacked UNILORIN 49, insists Oloyede

Union tasks govt on health sector revival

How binge drinking, smoking drive heart disease, cancers

Insurance magnates pledge juicy returns on investments

Australia rocks provide plate tectonics' early start clue

Waiting for the textile revival fund

Exchange's indices sustain sliding profile

Goodbye to Ojota stench

Mali, Liberia, Benin move to quarter final

Edo, Gombe reach IG Cup finals

NFF beefs up Home-Based Eagles with 11 players

70 per cent local content not feasible by 2010, says PETAN

Jonathan tasks border states on development

CIBN boss challenges lawyers at bankers' forum

Global crunch, food crisis may increase agonies of poor people

Ronaldo is Europe's best player

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

Oil firms re-evaluate cost of NNPC's suspended projects

Govt requires N3.5tr for housing yearly, says CBN

Nigeria among top 10 telecoms nations

Nigeria joins global fight against sea prirates

Using industrialisation to achieve MDGs, Vision 2020, by UNIDO

G-20 Declaration on financial crisis: Too little, too late, need for a better response

Demystifying the credit bogey in Nigeria's economy

ICT stakeholders endorse IT parks at CEO summit

ITU unveils blueprint for telecoms infrastructure sharing

House committee clears DPR of discretionary oil block allocation

Oil majors plan N590b vessels to cut costs, boost security

2009 federal budget to focus on the seven-point agenda

ISAN tasks govt on industrial policy

To curb mothers, infants' mortality

Nigeria beats Italy, qualifies for main group draw

Ronaldo Europe's best player

Okpodu rues decline of Nigerian women football

Oil palm plantation owners query govt on imported crude vegetable oil

Yar'Adua courts non oil sector performance in budget 2009

MAN hinges economic growth on manufacturing

Govt beats projections, pegs budget at $45 per barrel

Monday, December 01, 2008

Tswanga shoots Nigeria to victory, as Hayatou accepts final invitation

Falconets' coach blames team's ouster on mother luck

Home-based Eagles return, move into camp

Obama picks Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State

Yar'Adua stops Jang from swearing in council heads

Govt, states may resolve deductions crisis soon

Organised Labour's search for antidote to Niger Delta crisis

Why NBA grudges publication of would-be SANs before selection

Nigerian Breweries' turnover exceeds N100b in nine months

Saving Makurdi from erosion

Borno goes solar for govt business

UNIDO blames industrial failure on power problem in Nigeria

Govt re-introduces youths agric programme

World Bank lauds Ogun investment drive, pledges further assistance

And the battle against AIDS continues

Aiyegbeni out for season, Arsenal dents Chelsea's title ambition

Sunday, November 30, 2008

In Abuja, broadcasters canvass media element for Seven-Point Agenda

Winning the battle against AIDS

Nigeria meets Benin for quarterfinal ticket

Iran proposes nuclear plants with Arab countries

Ghana downs Home-based Super Eagles 3-2