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Guardian News Archive for March 2009Rss

Monday, March 30, 2009

Govt moves to douse labour crisis in oil sector

Yar'Adua okays panel to implement police reforms

Govt unfolds ways to shield banks from meltdown

Challenges, gains of contributory pensions fund, by Pencom

'SANs just can't be appeal court judges'

SEC clears five firms on share price manipulation

In Makurdi, bulldozers reclaim railway land

Monfils, Tsonga, Federer, Djokovic, Williams sisters advance

Referees robbed Mambas, says coach

Ezeugo, Lulu others disagree over draw in Maputo

Nigeria needs economic stimulus package, says governor

Oil prices slide on worries over global economy

ABUCCIMA tells govt to cut down on borrowing

Okiro orders removal of militiamen from Nigercem

Investors besiege bond market, as equities indices slide further

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Why Africa's growth is tied to Nigeria, by UN scribe

Polio spread drops by 80 per cent in 2009, says WHO

Oil firms want talks with govt on tumbling fortune

From Yar'Adua, fresh commitment to FoI Bill

New studies confirm climate fears as Kyoto treaty talks begin

Indian innovator, reformer picks $.15m prize

On the West Coast, a concert of efforts against polio, others

Investors beseige bond market, as equities indices slide further

Marked to go...

Expect mind game in Tunis, says coach

Gabon stuns Morocco, tops Group A

Amodu blames wingless Eagles over draw

Natural gas plunge drags oil prices down

Unilever records N3b net profit in 2008, pays 68 kobo dividend per share

BPE to accelerate privatisation of NITEL, SAHCOL, says Anyawu

Govt to eliminate bottlenecks to economic growth, says Yar'Adua

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Nigeria Elected Vice-President Of UNESCO Convention

Panel Recommends Extension Of Okiro's Tenure

Forces Against Constitutional Amendment, By Mantu

Use Religion As Agent Of Change To Affect Lives, Fashola Tells Religious Leaders

Allegation Meant To Divert Attention - Ali

Geolab introduces medical biometric at airports

Margin Account Owners Now Sleepless

Tunisia, Togo start with wins

Super Eagles In Must-Win Ties Against Mozambique

Economy: Bankole Call For Synergy

Interbrand Emerges 'Agency Of The Year'

'Efficient Waterways Can Ease Traffic Congestion'

Expert Tasks Banks, CBN On New Interest Rates Regime

Friday, March 27, 2009

S'Court Orders Retrial Of Petition Against Yar'Adua's Election

Stop Cancer, Stress, Others With Scalar Energy Treatment

Tinubu: Police Detain Bisi Akande, Lai Mohammed

Intrigues...And The Jostle For Soludo's Job

Ghana's Agogo Writes Off Benin's Threat

Adebayor Gets Arsenal's Nod To Feature For Togo

Brothers Go To War For South African Ticket

Urgent Need To Re-brand Nigeria

Brand Glo Had Highest Dropped Call Rate In January, Says Report

Fashola's Wife Commends Cadbury Bournvita on 'Mama's Week'

Reps, NBA, AC query withdrawal of judges' security aides

Medical education, like other professional courses, in a dangerous slide

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Health Sector: A state of a nation's illness

More Nigerians seek asylum in Europe, others

Behold Davidson and Oluwaseun, Nigeria's computer whiz kids

Glorious death of a noble Prophet

MMA2 under severe threat from GAT

Shareholders task FinBank board on N106b fresh fund

Still... for a refuse-free Lagos

Teslim Balogun Stadium is ready for FIFA U-17 event, says Fashola

Ik Uche dreams two goals, as Eagles move to Maputo today

It's now or never for Peter

Court okays joinder of two firms in oil bloc dispute

Oil prices surge despite over supplied market

PHCN's successor firms to enjoy autonomy, generate 6,000mw electricity in 2009, says minister

NSE suspends stockbroking firm over AP's share price scam

Operators task NAICOM, market groups on unethical practices in industry

Eight feared killed as gunmen attack Police commissioner's convoy

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Why public tertiary institutions cannot access N20.8 billion, by ETF boss

Nwosu asks Nigerians for support

Okocha partners Oceanic Bank for talent hunt

Westerhof, Okocha give tips for victory

Senate boils over constituency projects

Six feared killed as gunmen attack Police commissioner's convoy

Reps invite NNPC, SGF others over N11b rural telephony contract

Did Ositelu watch the match in question?

Kpakol seeks international aid to eradicate poverty

Researchers boost immune system against cancers, HIV/AIDS with spirulina

Royal Exchange to operate microfinance bank

Scientists create 12 letters' DNA type in place of four

Meltdown: Review of capital market laws imperative, says Sulaiman

Again, the house collapses

Belgian firm partners Ogun, Ondo on $20b OK Free Trade Zone project

Govt to spend N2.9b on South-South co-operation programme, says official

Oil prices drop on rising build up in U.S. reserves

Nigeria's industrial sector worst hit by global meltdown, says Udenwa

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Change tactics or face humiliation, Nwankpa urges Peter

Expect surprises in Tunis, says coach Abe

Kanu, Martins, others arrive camp

PDP reserves 2011 presidential ticket for Yar'Adua

China, Nigeria sign $157m pact to replace faulty satellite

Why Nigeria must borrow to grow economy, by govt

Master mariners raise alarm over state of Nigerian waterways

Industrial capacity utilisation drops to 38, as bakers groan

FOREX: Has the CBN tamed the parallel market mafia?

Experts list ways to cushion meltdown in ICT

World Bank, NITDA, others host global IT services alliance

Nigeria loses N2.5 trillion yearly to inadequate technology funding

Total to commission Akpo Project in June, targets 175,000bpd

Sudan seeks support from Nigeria

Stocks meltdown: Expert suggests investment in mortgage sector

From Dafaranos, a parting vote for Nigeria

EFCC arrests, places former Ernst and Young boss on surveillance over alleged $12m fraud

Oil prices stay at $53 on U.S. recovery hopes

Govt reduces strategic minerals to five

IMO considers new route for Lagos bound ships

Monday, March 23, 2009

New Madagascar leadership illegal, Nigeria insists

Yar'Adua waits for N'Assembly on Information Bill

Appeal Court upholds Ohakim's election

Imperatives for workplace stress management

'Why Nigeria's human rights record is suspect'

The race against TB burden

How world stocks' crisis affected pension schemes, by Ahmad

Again, kerosene worries grip Lagos

Akpabio charges Peter to beat Chambers

Babalola dreads North Africans' threat at Davis Cup

Taiwo, Ejide in camp, as Amodu braces for tie without injured stars

Oil prices rise above $52 on stock market rally

NAICOM may sanction operators on unethical practices in insurance industry

Govt warns oil workers against confrontation

NSE probes alleged manipulation of AP's share price

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Sudan tops agenda as Maduekwe, Clinton meet

Council chiefs' sack reversible by court, says Mimiko

Pope asks African leaders to end corruption, wars

Optimism, anxiety as journalists' conference beckons

Communities mount opposition to Lekki-Epe Expressway toll charges

New UN report warns of increasing pressures on water

For the kidnapper....death beckons

OTC trading stocks indices dip on the Exchange

Raising hopes for thirsty Lagosians

O'Sullivan, White storm Lagos for Ball Pool tourney

Super Eagles open S'Africa camp today

Kanu gets quit notice, mulls over Qatar offer

Mini refineries not feasible now, says Agoro

Economic crisis: UNCTAD calls for greater regulation

Profligacy, bane of Nigeria's economy, says MAN chief

Ajaokuta steel project has failed, minister declares

Saturday, March 21, 2009

World Water Day: Nigeria May Miss MDGs Target

PDP Alleges Destabilisation Plot

Anxiety In S/Eeast Over DIG Onovo's Fate

'Anglicans Work Harder On Youth, Women'

Games That Banks Play

Andy Roddick Crushes Djokovic, Gets Set For Nadal

Agbonlahor Sets To Shock Liverpool

Nine-Man Red Devils Crash Again, Chelsea Also Fall

Economy: Expert Kicks Against Bail-out

Commerce Ministry To Promote Intellectual Property

Armstrong, Skein To Setup Manufacturing Plant In Nigeria

Jobs Losses, As Local Manufacturers Set Targets For Marketing Staff

Friday, March 20, 2009

AC Alleges Plot To Assassinate Tinubu, Others

Annan Warns African Leaders Against Sit-Tight Syndrome

Gari, Bush Rat May Cause Lasser Fever

Nigeria's League Of Billionaires

...Pires Wants To Beat Arsenal

It's Liverpool Versus Chelsea Again, Arsenal Faces Villareal

Amodu Invites Afolabi, As Injury Knocks Yobo Out Of Mozambique Tie

Enugu, ECN to collaborate on coal for power project

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Pope in Cameroun, accuses outside forces of ravaging Africa

Presidential panel okays N117.30b for power projects

States okay Yar'Adua's pay cut for officials

Muhammad, the world acclaimed prophet

Waiting for home brewed tele-novellas on screen

A dramatic change...then new challenge for Madagascar

Seeking solutions to missing luggage

PENCOM advocates new investment outlets for pension funds

Okota Link Bridge: A promise kept

Ohakim wants private sector support for Heartland

My fists will talk for me, Peter vows

Kanu dreams victory over Mambas, Yobo warns mates

Enugu ECN to collaborate on coal for power project

$140 a barrel is appropriate price for crude oil, says Lukman

Delta, Italian firm to build 250mw power plant

Experts flay price cutting by insurance operators

Police alert of militant camp in Zaria, sect denies claim

Why govt insists on oil sector reform, by Lukman

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Reps to probe human rights violations since 1999

Police alert of militant camp in Zaria

Why govt won't stop oil sector's reform, by Lukman

Mental arithmetic revolution begins at Zaria Academy

NLC tasks women on leadership roles

Researchers explore herbal treatments for tuberculosis

Operators fear local content policy target may fail

How UV light cuts TB spread

U.S., UAE investors stake interest in Nigeria's capital market

Their health now and for the future

Nigeria confirms for Egypt Open, Japan World Championships

Clash with Chambers crucial to Peter's career, says Duva

Siasia may engage foreign assistant

African brokers to float reinsurance firm

Oil prices tumble on new U.S. inventory report

Tribunal restrains Chevron Group from divesting its Texaco Nigeria equity stake

ICAN prescribes govt's urgent intervention in stock market crisis

Credit bureau data is critical to the expansion of credit in Nigeria, says Fried

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Babayaro may end his football career

NTF names Davis Cup team

Siasia is F'Eagles coach, NFF readmits Singabele

Lamentations, as Nigerians bemoan losses to meltdown in financial market

Hope for Benue's youth-beggars

Panel invites Babangida, others over Jos crisis

Nigerians count losses to capital market crisis

Alao-Akala wins at Appeal Court

PDP plots emergency rule in Ondo, says Mimiko

Govt reduces NIWA's monopoly on waterways, releases jetties to Lagos

Stakeholders foresee more factory closure, task Udenwa on demonstrable support

Credit bureau data is critical to the expansion of credit in Nigeria," says Fried

Global financial crisis: The coming of the third wave

Developing markets may dominate MVNO subscriber growth by 2013

Nigeria surpasses South Africa in mobile telecom market, says research

Addax inks deal with Transoceon on JDZ

OPEC's February production down by 28.07 mmbopd

NSE lists Pinnacle's 4.579 billion shares

Oil prices rise as investors weigh impact of OPEC moves

Italian investors to set up shoe plant in Nigeria

Govt may commence revocation of metallurgical licenses

Shell affirms "too uncertain" outlook for oil industry

Monday, March 16, 2009

Building investors' confidence in arbitration

Narrow escape from the hangman's noose

Emetole banks on defence for progress

Corporate bodies support People Police Marathon

Flying Eagles gets new coach today

Govt moves to avert measles' spread from Cameroun

Ben Enwonwu in focus, 'resurrects' tomorrow

Global meltdown can be a blessing, says Okonjo -Iweala

INEC decentralises operations, creates uniform wards

Between new wage agitation and economic realities

SEC moves to enhance speedy resolution of investment disputes

Oil prices fall as OPEC keeps supply levels steady

Pay local contractors, chamber urges govt

Reps to debate power probe report today

Meltdown saga takes toll on local content policy

Rivers State problems rest on governance, politics, cultism, chieftancy and insurgency, says Justice Eso

No visible impact of $120m World Bank loan, say miners

Sunday, March 15, 2009

FG, states, councils share N250.04b for February

CBN bars Bureaux de Change from bank loans

Telecoms tariffs may crash, says NCC

A rash of private jets amid want

CNN's documentary misses new face of Lagos

Action needed to avoid world water crisis, says UN

Branco family wins N500m compensation over Lagos MOD property dispute

OTC records N209b transactions in one week

Enter 'Good Samaritans' of the highway

Peteer begs Nigerians, vows to crush Chambers

F'Eagles, others await foes as teams jostle for tourney

Heartland beats FAR Morocco 3-1

Council seeks development of power, transportation

Insurers set agenda for industry regulation review committee

No visible impact of $120m World Bank loan, says miners

Recession: Govt to pursue human-face policy measures, says minister

Yar'Adua's Land Use Act Amendment:A Revolutional Proposal on The way

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Seedy Details About The Man Who Bribed Nigeria

Govt Releases Wings Aviation Crash Interim Report

Forex scarcity: Banks pay naira for foreign exchange inflows

Govt To Spend N323 Billion

Ademowo Urges Youths To Answer The Call Of God

Yar'Adua's Land Use Act Amendment:

Chibambo Vows To Shoot Down FAR Rabat

Liverpool Dismantle Man United At Old Tratford 4-1

Ubale: Nurturing Tennis Beginners To Stardom

IT Expert, Ugwu, Tasks Government On e-Leaning

America's Foppe, ICAN President Speak On Nigeria's Future

Bournvita Plans Free Mobile Breast Screening For 'Mama's Week'

New Salary Structure Worries Banks' Employees

Friday, March 13, 2009

Appeal Court Rules On Oyo Guber Suit Tuesday

PDP Elders Disagree On Party's Fortunes In Ogun

Bank Gets Nod To Manage Kwara's E-Payment Accounts

Argungu Festival Ends Today With Fishing Competition

The Ravishing Of Hope

Ohakim Urges Support For Heartland, Buys Ticket To Watch FAR Morocco Game

Rangers Attack Embattled Sunshine, As Tornadoes Host Wikki Tourists

Keep your apology, Anichebe tells British police

P&G's Susan Arnold Steps Down

Zain Customers Raise $85,000 For Nelson Mandela Foundation

Tough Cure For Pfizer's Nigerian Headache

Re-branding Nigeria New Logo, Slogan Set for Unveiling...

Thursday, March 12, 2009

U.S. septuagenarian fraudster, Madoff, admits guilt in N7.5tr scam

Nigerians with kidney diseases hit five million

Fresh measures to check meltdown coming , says VP

Controversy trails FEC's decision on electoral reforms report

The great Apostle of Allah

'My journey to the Commonwealth prize'

Again, Nigeria battles outbreak of cerebro-spinal meningitis, lassa fever

Accra, gold mine for Nigerian airlines

Exchange approves N76 billion new listings

Tears for water...

Police quiz Anichebe for 'looking in'

Davis Cup, AJC camp bubbles as players intensify preparation

Mozambique dreams victory over Eagles

Switzerland cuts rate, intervenes to weaken currency

UNIDO decries collapse of Nigeria's textile industry

Oil marketers want govt to pay N50 billion debt

Okiro orders investigation into militiamen's occupation of Nigercem

German teenager kills 16

Researchers validate coconut water as nature's 'energy' drink

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Govt rules out pay rise for workers

German teenager goes berserk, kills 16

Reps' panels move to end foreign domination in oil, gas sector

African leaders seek better representation on IMF board

Uneasy calm pervades College of Education, Akwanga

Govt accuses construction firms of defying labour laws

Excessive sugar consumption linked to ageing

NAICOM mobilises market associations in renewed offensive against fake operators

Scientists move closer to artificial life, successful stem cells treatment

The tortuous road to deregulation

FGN bond sales dip to N494b in 2008

Bulldozers rumble, Enugu residents grumble

Nigeria, Finland unite against human trafficking in sports

Eaglets refute being shut-out of FIFA Goal Project

NPL banishes Nasarawa to Ibadan, sanctions Akwa, Sunshine

Oil prices slide on rising U.S. inventories

Nigeria, Chinese firms sign N2.5b pact on vehicle plant

UAE to invest $500 million in Nigeria's real estate

Why congestion at ports persists, by NPA, customs

Dwindling oil prices threaten investment in oil industry, says OPEC

Govt set to resume investments in Onne's oil, gas free zone

PH refinery shops for $174.26m to drive four-year restoration plan

World Bank, IMF, Fed predict severe global economic crisis this yearWorld Bank, IMF, Fed. predict severe global economic crisis this year

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Governors back oil sector's deregulation

Govt releases $1.5b for sharing

Eso panel indicts Odili, Ateke over Rivers crisis

African leaders, IMF, others meet in Tanzania on meltdown

Govt overrules NPA, Customs, orders unrestricted vessel movement

How to protect industrial firms from global meltdown, by operators

CFYE: Is it time for the true picture to emerge?

Mobile content may hit $340b revenue mark by 2013

Policy makers, operators embrace mobile banking for the unbanked

NNPC signs $1.6b 'modified carry agreement' with oil multinationals

Low oil prices threaten investment in oil industry, says OPEC

OTC records N305b transactions in one week

It's giving a bad name to hang the dog

JTF arrests four over Ocean Boys' shooting

NTTF shops for N6m for Egypt Open

Obasi out, Uche declares self fit

Ministry, oil firms disagree on deadline for gas flaring

FG set to resume investments in Onne's oil, gas free zone

P.H. refinery shops for $174.26m to drive four-year restoration plan

World Bank, IMF, Fed. predict severe global economic crisis this yearWorld Bank, IMF, Fed. predict severe global economic crisis this year

Monday, March 09, 2009

Toriola doubts Nigeria's participation in Yokohama 2009

NFF courts Italy's Obinze for Super Eagles

Etuhu shocked by exclusion from Eagles list

Nigeria's compliance level to international laws, treaties, conventions, high

Govt woos N'Assembly over deregulation of oil sector

Yar'Adua, Finnish president meet on security, trade, others

Crisis trails power sector reforms

Yar'Adua, Mark, Ogbulafor, others mourn Gbong Gwom Jos

Implication of UK employment law review on Nigeria

Still bad news from Darfur

How Nigerian equities market fared in 2008, by experts

Sober Eid-el-Maulud in Lagos

Reps invite minister over N5b silos contract

NAICOM releases guidelines on consortium bidding for oil, energy insurance

Rates in Nigeria are business killers, says NACCIMA

Eleme Petrochemicals' core investor plans N360b fertiliser plant

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Arsenal routs Burnley, Everton edges out Boro

Toriola slides to 58 in ITTF world ranking

We have no problem with Siasia, says NFF

Minister warns health workers of Lassa fever risk

Yar'Adua warns against vices at Eid-el-Maulud

President okays dismissal of Federal High Court judge

Gbong Gwom Jos, Pam, dies at 73

Creating global exposure for Nigerian brands

Nigeria most vulnerable to climate change, says study

Lagos approves Habitat 2011 agenda, new planning regulation

That the West Coast borders may be free

Exchange delists UTB as volume, indices dip

Child beggars smear Lagos still

Oil may rise this week as OPEC cuts curb supplies, survey shows

Total bouys Nigeria's oil output, commences production from Akpo oil field

10 French firms to invest in Nigeria

Govt rejects requests for oil blocks by railway contractors

'Can Pastors Steal Church Money?'

Nadal Storms To Victory

Saturday, March 07, 2009

Stock Market Show Signs Of Recovery

Shobanjo, Ajekigbe For Trinity Summit

World Businesses Optimistic

Economic Downturn: Fears Over ID Theft As Banks Restructure

FAAN Grounds Airlines Over N5b Debt

Govt Uncovers Four Nigerians Behind Subsidy Scam

Presidency Probes More Agencies

Global Meltdown: Govt Recommends Belt Tightening

'Can Pastors Steal Church Money?' Launched

Deregulation: The Policy somersault

Re-echoing The Gospel Of Renewable Energy

Nadal Storms Victory

NFF Divided Over Bosso's Sack

Chelsea Cruise To Semi Final, Man. United Too

Friday, March 06, 2009

Political Associates, Others Mark Awo's Post-humous Centenary Birthday

Ribadu Asks Court To Stop Probe By Conduct Tribunal

Zimbabwe PM Tsvangirai Hurt, Wife Killed In Crash

Amaechi Calls For More Troops In N'Delta

Different Strokes... For Their Former Excellencies

Andre Ayew's Burden Of Father's Imposing Feat

Siasia Demands More Money To Coach Flying Eagles

Recall Excites Martins

Thursday, March 05, 2009

How states can survive recession, by Babalola

Senate panel probes sale of govt houses

Govt rethinks power generation strategy

Rumbling in PDP over Atiku's planned return

Art auction that defies economic meltdown

The intrigues, power play behind the emergence of new Shehu of Borno

Re-branding Nigeria through tourism and hospitality business

Crisis of confidence undermining capital market, says Al-Faki

Enugu glows at night, thanks to the sun

Injury terminates Anichebe's season

Arsenal's Walcott, Eduardo fit again

Ogbuke, Martins return as Amodu names team for Mozambique

Govt to promote vibrant manufacturing sector, says VP

ICAN seeks amendment to Financial Reporting Council bill

Govt sued over 13 per cent derivation

Tax board increases campaign for non-oil revenue collection

Wednesday, March 04, 2009

EFCC, Agagu trade claims over OSOPADEC petitions

FCT, FIRS take N38b tax row to President

World stocks rebound as blue-chips dip NSE indices

SEC asks stakeholders to resolve N39b AP shares

EFCC quizzes Agagu over alleged N25b fraud

Why we are on strike, by Lagos teachers

Govt favours South-South for PPPRA top seat

How diet soda, eggs, energy drinks, fast food joints trigger Type 2 diabetes, stroke

CIIN, Ganza sign N4b Victoria Island building contract

Researchers record stem cells, transplant organs breakthrough

Microbes: The unseen entities in human economy, environment, food and industry (3)

Stock market records 31 per cent loss in January

Up! Up goes price of water in Minna

FIFA wants more promotion for 2010 World Cup

Carvalho, Essien's return thrills Hiddink

Shittu looks forward to qualifiers, sad over Bolton role

U.S. Fed floats $1 trillion facility for consumers

Court discharges order on Chevron over shareholding

Govt pledges to complete Ajaokuta steel project

Panel on port congestion wants lower charges

Reps invite security chiefs over kidnapping, clear Bankole on car deal

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Senate fines Lukman, orders sack of agency chief

Reps invite security chiefs over kidnapping, clear Bankole

Seven die as terrorists attack cricket team in Pakistan

Soyinka, at Awo's lecture, queries Nigeria's nationhood

Govt scrutinises port charges for downward review

OPS faults NPA's guidelines on decongestion of Lagos ports

Poverty reduction: Insight from other countries (2)

TU releases ICT indicators for 154 nations

Electronic cash on mobile phones underway

Nuclear power can deliver Nigeria from electricity problems, says NNRA boss

Total, Gazprom express interest in Trans-Sahara gas project

How to achieve NEPAD's goals, by Olagunju

Firm awaits SEC, NSE approval to raise funds

Alarm...over blocked gutters

Hull, Wigan on Enyeama's trail

Gowon tees off Tour Partners' Championship today

Amodu defends list tomorrow, names Etuhu in 22-man team

IMF plans to overhaul rejected credit programme

Meltdown: Minister prescribes business-friendly fiscal policy

Govt set to retool Egbin, Papalanto power stations

Chevron delays major projects in Nigeria, bemoans rising costs

Soldiers kill Guinea-Bissau's president

NAHCo boss tasks regulators' leadership on market growth

Monday, March 02, 2009

Meningitis kills 32 in Gombe, Bauchi

Soldiers kill Guinea-Bissau's president, Army chief

Global stock markets record more losses

Garbai is new Shehu of Borno

Professionals, at Lagos forum, X-ray 2009 budget

'Out-modelled criminal justice system breeds rights abuses'

The changing face of traditional medicine

Stock market crisis: NAHCo boss tasks regulators' leadership on market growth

Horror! Burrow pits turn homes

NFF to curb mushroom academies

Delta splashes cash on victorious athletes

NFF signs N250m four-year deal with Afribank

Oil prices fall more than $4 on recession, demand concern

Russian firm plans $30m infrastructure project in Nigeria

Experts predict early recovery from meltdown saga

CBN may refund combination expenses to banks

Sunday, March 01, 2009

Delegates Conference '09: Journalists vow to prevent election rigging

Manchester United lifts Carling Cup

Zambia, Senegal in CHAN semifinals

Eagles team almost complete, says Amodu

More firms may face tribunal over unpaid interest

Airlines get ultimatum on faulty aircraft

EU rejects protectionism in tackling global crisis

Labour plans protest over oil sector deregulation

NITP plans blueprint for physical development, as Osayande becomes 18th president

How falling naira, others affect building materials, construction, by stakeholders

To build the United Village of West Africa

Blue chips lift indices on the Exchange

Living dangerously close to death

Enugu seals pact with Vietnam on agricultural development

Oil prices end week on the down side

NSE seeks inclusion of local engineers in national power projects

Lagos ports' decongestion exercise may cost N100m, says minister

Petroleum Products: Implications Of Subsidy Removal, by Experts

Any Pentecostal Church That Claims It Is Better Than The Anglican Church Is Not Being Truthful, Says Ajibodu

Before The Eagles Begin Final World Cup Qualifiers

NITEL: Transcorp, Workers On War Path

Saturday, February 28, 2009

No Easy Team Anymore, Ikpeba Warns Eagles

Liverpool Loses Second Spot To Chelsea

NITEL: Transcorp, Workers On A War Path

Ovia Links Economic Growth To Robust ICT Development

AFC To Support Infrastructural Development In Sierra Leone

Oil And Gas: Engineering Firms Want More Compliance With Nigerian Content