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Guardian News Archive for April 2009Rss

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Fuel imports arrive, govt promises end to scarcity

Yar'Adua moves to end rift over ministers' duties

Ekiti REC, Adebayo, returns, ready to conclude re-run polls

Minister urges ICAN to enlighten public on e-payment

How probiotics boost immunity against killer diseases in infants

NIA seeks ways to overcome effects of global economic crisis

Swine flu outbreak likely to continue, officials say

Long queues return at service stations in the country following fuel scarcity

Four countries, 15 states confirm participation

NFF confirms Eagles, Argentina friendly

Eagles don't need France, Ireland friendlies, says Westerhof

Oil prices rise above $50 on rallying equities, higher stockpiles

IATA partners WHO on swine flu outbreak

Gambia markets tourism potential to Nigerian investors

As the world celebrates 'Rail day', workers bemoan comatose NRC

Drama as Ekiti INEC chief quits, govt says no

Ojo-Oba explains stolen cash at NFF's vault

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Govt orders flu screening at Nigerian ports

Agic, tourism hold key to nation's growth, says Mark

Fuel scarcity resurfaces as marketers ration product

Young seafarers list ways to end global shortage of professionals

Impacts of global meltdown, by manufacturers

Path to early economic recovery for Nigeria, others

Is sub-Saharan African countries in economic limbo?

Participants at ADIPENG canvass local content initiative in ICT

ITU adopts digital marshal plan for next generation networks

Firm completes refinery feasibility study in Lagos

No plan to new oil cuts in May, says OPEC

Umaru Yar'Adua: President... on a mission incredible

NSE council approves three new issues worth N20b

A don is murdered, nightlife dies

Taye Taiwo gets baby boy

Nigerian football has strange virus, says Gombe

Swine flu fears slide oil prices further

Financial crisis: IMF urges African countries to draw-down on reserves

How to tackle meltdown saga in Nigeria, by LCCI

Govt re-introduces storage charges at ports

Global financial crisis puts MDG targets at risk, say IMF, World Bank

Monday, April 27, 2009

Leaders honour Adesanya, lament state of the nation

Federal capital govt hands over land fraud to EFCC

27 soldiers get life sentence for mutiny

Tackling unemployment challenge in Nigeria

Lawyers' challenge and the burden of 1999 Constitution

Nestle tops gainers chart, AP sheds N3.02

Toriola is Nigeria's sole flagbearer, as tourney begins

FIFA threatens to close down Kenya Stadium

NFF reconsiders Aogo's invitation

Oil prices slide below $49 on swine flu jitters

U.S., U.K., China, others for Abuja fair

Global financial crisis puts MDG targets at risk, says IMF, World Bank

Niger Basin Authority, miners secure $190m from World Bank

Uche dreams classic clash against Tunisia

AFC's investments in Nigeria's infrastructural projects hit $30m

Sunday, April 26, 2009

WHO, others ready to check swine flu pandemic

Meltdown hits Africa faster than anticipated, says ADB

Ekiti guber re-run election hangs

'Let's Rebuild Our Middle Class And Stop Blaming Colonialism, Neo-colonialism For Our Underdevelopment'

New guidelines on outdoor advertising in FCT underway

Estate surveyors propose national commission to lead land reform

Pilot funding facility targets 8,500 slum dwellers, cities

Infrastructure decay, bane of aviation safety

All-share index rises by 7.4 per cent on the Exchange

'Too early to bid him goodnight'

Uche dreams classic clash against Tunisia, as goal dooms Numencia

Nadal wins fifth straight Barcelona Open

NFF explains Nwosu's sack

AFC investments in Nigeria's infrastructural projects hit $30m

Singaporean investors stake interest in Nigeria's economic projects

Govt tasks oil firms on domestic gas obligation

G-7 predicts commencement of 'weak' global economic recovery

I'm Not Ready For English Premiership Clubs, Says Eto'o

'South-South To Harmonise Fiscal, Agricultural Policies'

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Monetization: Amma Pepple Wades In

Romanian Regains Freedom After 3 Months Hostage

U.S May Assist To Uncover Bribe Takers

'The Idea Of Sin Is Not Biblical, It's Human Made'

'Let's Rebuild Our Middle Class And Stop Blaming Colonialism, Neo-colonialism For Our Underdevelopment

We Need Beckham, Declares Redknapp

I'm Not Available For English Premiership Clubs, Says Eto'o

Ujiri Dreams Gold In Libya

Veda Technology MD Calls For Patronage Of Nigerian IT Products

ATCON Proposes Reforms For Technology, Education Sectors

Textile Workers, In Lagos, Protest Poor Salaries, Job Losses

'South-South To Harmonise Fiscal, Agricultural Policies

Friday, April 24, 2009

S'Court Dismisses Odumegwu-Ojukwu's Suit Against Yar'Adua

Abiodun Kumuyi In Glorious Exit

We Must Build A New Niger Delta Now, Says Ekaette

'There Is No Other Way; We Have Re-Structure Nigeria'

English FA Charges Fabregas For Improper Conduct

Amodu Lists Germany-Based Aogo, 28 Others For Kenya, Tunisia

Mikel Gets 15 Months Driving Ban

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Building human capacity for the oil and gas business sector today and tomorrow

On World Malaria Day, experts urge more action against disease

Senate wants soldiers deployed along Nigeria-Benin border

No going back on N'Delta development, says Yar'Adua

Henry Carr on history of Moslem education in Lagos (4)

In Cameroun, experts seek cultural renaissance for Africa

Nigeria, others race against time in the fight against malaria

Overcoming phobia in air travel

Meltdown: Ex-CIS boss flays Nigeria's capital market governance structure

Taraba borders: Nature's gift to smugglers

Japanese embassy refuses Nigerian contingent visa

Martins rules self out of Tunisia/Nigeria clash

NFF sacks Eaglets' coach, Nwosu

Oil prices firm towards $50 amid surging U.S. inventories

Govt seeks investors in mining equipment operations

French agency to invest N33b in Nigeria's power sector

Workers protest sliding fortunes of manufacturing sector

Education: Roadmap to 2011

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Nigeria warns feuding Togolese leaders over democracy

How Nigeria's re-branding project can succeed, by Eso

Nigerian envoys seek better pay, decry mass recall

Lack of infrastructure may hinder e-payment scheme

Herbal cures for malaria show promise in treating resistant strains

Underwriting firms plot strategies to redeem poor image of industry

Furore over assisted conception techniques

NSE tasks quoted firms on early submission of performance indices

Encomiums for 'Senior Advocate of the Masses' at 71

Panel visits NFF over missing funds

Taiwo desperate for England move

Nigeria will qualify, says Temile

BOI set for recapitalisation, says Minister

Troubled U.S. Freddie Mac chief found dead

Dunlop embarks on asset stripping, changes identity

Nigerian firms commence oil production from Umusadege oil field

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Savannah Bank seeks bailout from CBN, NDIC

Labour tasks Yar'Adua on new measures to boost economy

PDP, AC leaders converge in Ekiti for re-run polls

Ship owners want priority for shipping in local content bill

Minister laments cement importation, lauds Lafarge WAPCO's sustained investments

Hopes, fears on Nigeria's new 'guided' borrowing regime

ATCON hosts ICT in education summit

Minister lists uses of ICT in finance at ADIPENG 2009

Govt flays illegal trans-shipment of nuclear materials in Nigeria

Nigeria, Angola accredit more crude export cargoes

Why Nordica is offering free IVF treatment, by Ajayi

Dangers of investing with borrowed funds, by NSE

For Lagos youths, LEARN shows the way

How Heartland can beat CottonSport, by Nwana

Sudan, a tough place to play, Worgu admits

Taiwo may lose rest of season to injury

Oil prices fall below $45 on economic fears

Operators urge government to build more ports

Delta wants 10 per cent equity in gas firms

New Nigerian shipping firm shops for $500m to buy vessels

Western diplomats stage walk out at racism confab

Monday, April 20, 2009

Free-for-all at convention

Western diplomats stage walk out in racism confab

Presidency wades into fuel crisis, assures on supply

Fresh vista for social security scheme

Needless schisms in governors' bids for tenure extension

South Africa comes on the litmus

How to invest in a bearish market, by Stanbic IBTC

The long queues yet again

Heartland petitions CAF against match commissioner

Emeteole, Okeahialam ready for 'war' in Cameroun

Flying Eagles to train in Spain

More is needed to revive global economy, says IMF

Underwriters fault composition of Insurance law review body

Govt targets 2014 for full revival of rail service

Industrial capacity utilisation plunges below 38 per cent

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Pope backs UN racism summit, Australia, Netherlands join boycott

Revenue body slashes executive's salaries

Future at stake as PDP holds convention today

For pay TV industry, lessons from Cannes' MIPTV

Estate surveyors fault proposal for Land Use Act amendment

Temporary homes coming for displaced residents under Lagos redevelopment plans

The regulatory challenge in Nigeria's stock market

OTC records 300.8 million transactions in one week

Aiyetoro: Community forgotten in the past

Nigeria is second best at Egypt Open

Everton sacks Manchester United

Emetole upbeat despite slim win

Kaduna contracts 19 firms for procurement of N5.1b fertiliser

Akunyili urges review of telecoms policy

Why disbursement of N70 billion textile revival fund is slow, by minister

Govt targets cocoa development from N200b bond, says minister

Kumuyi's Wife, An Example Of Womanhood, Say Makinde, Adebiyi, Others

Giving Amnesty To Unknown Militants

Pillar, Al Ahly Draw As Heartland Dares Cottonsport

Saturday, April 18, 2009

FA Cup: Fabianski Howler Hands It To Chelsea

Kanu gives Portsmouth crucial win over Bolton

Heartland Dares Cottonsport

Intercontinental: More Banks To Make Financial Disclosure

How To Save The Paint Industry, By Berger

Oil Magazine Focuses On 'Sea Monsters'

Economic Downturn: Anyaoku, Utomi Disagree On Benefits To Nigeria

Port Congestion: Importers Fault Auctioning Of Seized Goods

Obasanjo, Shagari, Ekwueme, Atiku to earn pay for life

... U.S Has Enough Evidence Against Nigerians

Kumuyi's Wife, An Example Of Womanhood, Religious Leaders, Others

One Month After Notifying FAAN, Bunkering, Shady Deals Continue...

Friday, April 17, 2009

Senior Poly Workers Begin Strike Over Salary Structure

Gemade, Iwuanyanwu, Ibrahim Appointed Board's Chairmen

PDP Endorses Andy Ubah's Faction In Anambra

Musical Marion

'Our Focus Now Should Be Electoral Reform'

Coach Criticises AFN Over Bolt

DFA Seeks New Date For Ibru FA Cup Final

Arsenal Shuffles Defence For Chelsea

Amodu urges support as team bids for ticket

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Nigeria needs $15b yearly for infrastructure, says official

Social security scheme for the unemployed coming

NBA, AC oppose joint panel on Halliburton scam

History of Muslim education in Lagos (3)

At UNESCO, Nigeria consolidates a decade of culture harvest

Niger Delta boils again as armed militants seize the nation

Enhancing travel business through airport hotels facilities

Nigerian Investment Banking League expands scoring committee

Al Ahli, Cottonsport arrive, as Pillars, Heartland await for the 2008 finalists

Ogunlade's prowess gives Nigeria cadet title

Amodu urges support as Eagles bid for ticket

China records slowest economic growth in first quarter

PEF intensifies tracking of petroleum marketers' claims

Economic crisis: Commonwealth makes case for Nigeria, others

How Nigeria lost N59b to textile smugglers, by UNIDO

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

24 Nigerians deported from Equatorial Guinea

How corruption slows Nigeria's growth, by Ohiwerei, others

Govt okays N89.5 billion for Lagos-Ibadan highway upgrade

Attention shifts to NIEPA, as new reform agenda evolves

Edo faults doctors' strike

Herbal cocktail better than Viagra in humans, say researchers

Insurers mount enlightenment campaign to shore up support for insurance

Stem cells show promise in restoring female fertility

South South: The anatomy of a people, resources

NSE creates private placement emerging market department

All for peace, turning point in Tivland

NPL bars SuperSports from league, signs medical MoU for clubs, players

NFF set to overhaul Golden Eaglets

Usain Bolt shuns Abuja Grand Prix

NSE to sustain quality of shares listed on day of introduction

Oil prices dip below $50 amid industrial production reports

Manufacturers lament closure of firms, blame smugglers, others for their woes

'Meltdown' in financial markets raises hope for global economy

Tackling the menace of low quality lubricant in Nigeria

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

How to lift stock market with private placement, by Okereke-Onyiuke

Nigeria draws Algeria, S/Africa, others

South Africa 2010 tickets now selling in Nigeria

NSC cannot sack me, says Amodu

Oil prices hover around $50 a barrel

Govt approves purchase of N15b transformers

Continuous crude oil export worries development council

ECOWAS to promote mineral resources development

Reps seek review of trade pacts with foreign partners

Court remands 110 over religious violence in Niger

Aondoakaa vows to fight on, denies cover-up in Halliburton alleged scam

Maritime insurance premium shoots up after U.S., Somali pirates' onslaught

Stakeholders renew clamour for agricultural development to drive industrialisation

Why CBN reduces interest rates, by stakeholders

Alcatel plans big for Glo expansion

Experts canvass telecoms infrastructure sharing to grow economy

ackling the menace of low quality lubricant in Nigeria

Global meltdown: International oil companies to partner state-owned firms

Tax expert calls on state governments to publish accrued revenues

Union Bank recruits 500 graduates

Monetisation arrears cannot be liquidated in 2009, says senator

NASB tasks SEC, other stakeholders on improvement of accounting

NFF unhappy with Eaglets' performance

Monday, April 13, 2009

CBN may pay failed banks' depositors soon

Govt decongests Lagos ports, moves 200 containers to Onne

Reforms abort NNPC plans for offshore refineries

Much ado about e- payment

Electronic law reporting fast-tracks advocacy, research

New Pension Scheme under threat

Transactions on OTC, shares slide on the Exchange

Finally off the hook...

I dropped Bolton's band because it tried to offload me, says Okocha

Heartland banks on foreign players for title

NFF dissatisfied with Eaglets' performance

Naira firms up at forex market

Govt will ensure prudence in 2009 budget implemention, says Abba-Aji

Reactions trail alleged plan by Mobil to relocate from Akwa Ibom

Nigeria, U.S., strengthen open skies' pact

Civil society seeks better handling of Halliburton scam

Hopes for renewal at Easter

Martins' attitude frustrates Shearer

Ghana's inflation rises to 20.5 per cent in March

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Criticisms trail govt's handling of Halliburton scam

Opposition parties, others plan protest over govt's policies

Pope, Jonathan urge end to wars, poverty, corruption

ECOWAS, journalists unite over data for development

Collapse of 'bridge' puts Antarctic ice shelf in peril

Nigeria, others endorse West Africa elephant conservation plan

Can rural folks ever have phones?

Index, market capitalisation dip on the Exchange

Hopes for renewal, at Easter

Taiwo's double sinks Grenoble, as Etuhu shoots down Man City

My regrets, by Wenger

Martins attitude frustrates Shearer

Ghana inflation rises to 20.5 per cent in March

Nigerian ship owners seek funds to operate mega shipping firm

Northern Union urges govt to release textile fund

Nigeria loses N3.7 trillion oil revenue to Niger Delta crisis in nine months

Reminder Of An Old Security Question

Saturday, April 11, 2009

G20 Meeting: We Must Seize Opportunity To Rise Up, Says Aluko-Olokun

N20b Stuck In US Bank Over Sales Of FG Property

Over $10 Investment Threatened At Calabar Port

Historical Evidence For The Bible

The Mirage Of Terror Alerts

U.S-Based Ex-Falcons Pay Tribute To Coach Ibe-Ukwu

England-born Nwaogu Opts To Play For Nigeria

U.S Masters: Perry, Campbell Lead After Day Two

Etisalat Launches Homeboy Campaign

Zain offers 50 Per Cent Discount On Calls

Adcomis Launches Search, Networking Websites

Economic Crisis: Hope, As CBN Moves To Cut Lending Rates

Friday, April 10, 2009

Govt Must Avert Anarchy In Ekiti, Says Bankole

Bandits Kill Girl In Cold Room Robbery

Atiku Opts For Private Guards, Police Return Two Orderlies To Ex-VP

Politics Of Who Succeeds Okiro

NFF Shops For Funds For African Friendlies

Don't Judge Golden Eaglets With Dubai Tourney, Nwosu Pleads

NSC Sets Up Committee Over Missing NFF's $236,000

PPP: And Kano Is Set For Industrial Revolution

Meltdown: Investors eye commodity exchange

Thursday, April 09, 2009

How investment in artworks is insulated from economic meltdown

World's fastest man, Bolt leads 213 stars to Abuja Grand prix

Residents celebrate FIFA's approval of Warri as host

Stolen money at NFF rises to $236, 000

Govt raises hope on farmers' access to N200b facility

Oil marketers threaten to stop importation of fuel over N150b debt

Oil prices rise sharply on new corporate data

New rail project to begin with Lagos-Ibadan phase

Govt may rebuild communities sacked by soldiers

Members ask court to stop PDP convention

Leaders preach love, sacrifice at Easter

History of Moslem education in Lagos (2)

The long walk to Europe....and pains: The woes, travails of illegal migration to Europe

Biometrics to the rescue for global aviation security

Success, failure and growth in the Nigerian ceramic industry (1)

Abandoned... to rats and reptiles

Govt claims Halliburton bribe money is in Switzerland

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Amnesty, SERAP, others task Yar'Adua on Darfur crisis

Court bars Ondo council chiefs from secretariats

Govt traces Halliburton bribe money is in Switzerland

Niger, FUT Minna to collaborate on agric, ICT

Olokola Project: Politics ahead of mass employment

Extract of wild mango seed shows promise in obesity treatment

NIA, NCRIB canvass legislative support for local content

Why left hand works first in double transplant, by study

Eterna Oil floats N8.6b hybrid offering

Suswam's risk across River Katsina Ala

Balami wins, as Omoile begins campaigns at AJC

How F'Eagles can succeed in Egypt, by Alfa

Amodu vows to win other qualifiers

Oil prices sustain losing streak profile

GSM operators reject proposed regulation on telecoms masts

Leventis commissions N2.5 billion food plant in Ogun

NNPC unfolds strategy for increased revenue base

Nigerian banks and the financial crisis era

G-20 parley and African economic agenda: Any meeting point?

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Lift the hospitals, save the citizen

SEC moves to implement review committees' reports

A heart repaired, it's life anew

UNESCO, AU leaders urge return to African values

NERC, NIPC okay deal on investment in power sector

Presidency drops six NNPC directors

Lekki port commences operation 2012, to employ 3000 Nigerians

Manufacturers bemoan worsening fortune of industrial sector

Low price PCs possible, says Ibidapo-Obe

INEC, Computer Society canvass e-voting in future elections

NNPC alleges product hoarding in Abuja

Implication of govt's action on oil prospecting blocks 321,323

Gerrard fit to face Chelsea

Malouda rates Lampard better than Gerrard

We are ready for Nigeria, says Venezuelan star

Oil prices fall below $51 as rally loses steam

Privatisation: 14 firms jostle for SAHCOL

Court renews injunction against govt's take-over of Korean firm's oil blocks

Govt harmonises NEEDS 2, seven point agenda for new development plan

Monday, April 06, 2009

Govt tasks states on fiscal prudence

Why govt introduced e-passport, by ministers

Atiku an opportunist, says PDP

Pains of expatriate quota abuse in oil, gas sector

'Nigeria can do with more lawyers'

Nigeria's stock market: Playground for fraudsters?

End of the road for a conman

Nigeria escapes relegation in Davis Cup

NFF president conscripts NANS for image laundering

Uwe, Disu tip F'Eagles, want preparations to begin

New IFAD boss tasks Nigeria, others on agric development

How to use international trade in achieving vision 2020, by forum

Nigeria loses N6.2b yearly to imported barites, say miners

Court freezes oil firm's shares in $65m judgment suit

Sunday, April 05, 2009

Investment in telecoms hits $12b, says Ndukwe

25 die in Makurdi, Maiduguri auto accidents

Queries trail PDP's push for troops in Ekiti elections

UN begins probes of Nigeria evictions

Countries make housing finance, climate change pledges as Habitat Council ends

North Korea keeps the world on edge

UK firm eyes Nigeria's stock market

Three days in kidnappers' den

Nwosu turns reporter at Pillar of Sports Cup

Murray strolls over Djokovic for third Masters title

Chibambo lifts Heartland over FAR

Addax to drill oil in Imo for 25 years

IMF lauds G20 over support for global growth

Three banks get KPMG's top rating

World Bank initiates $50b trade facility for developing nations

Saturday, April 04, 2009

Apapa Terminal C: National Assembly Backs Reserve Bidder

Diya: I did not know Abacha was stealing

UME Holds Amidst Claims Of Malpractices

Shun The World And Serve God For Good, Kumuyi Admonishes Believers

Owuru Versus Yar'Adua ...All Eyes On Judiciary

David Villa's Return Boost 'The Mestalla' Against Getafe

Seedorf Sure of Rossoneri's Serie A Title

Adebayor: Wanting more

Meltdown: Nigerian Banks And The Regulator's Burden

Recession: Experts Chart Survival Strategy For Nigerian Companies

Experts Canvass Collaborative Support For SMEs

Banks Under Constant Pressure To Perform Well, Says Springbank MD

Friday, April 03, 2009

Pro-Obasanjo Forces Intensify Lobby Ahead Of Convention

Senate panel deplores state of Southeast federal roads, Niger Bridge

Yar'Adua, Jonathan Others Storm Ekiti Over Re-Run Polls

Duel Of The Oligarchs

Expert Lists How Nigeria Can Use Sports To Boost Tourism

ENIC Tennis League 10th Finals/Awards Holds Today

How To Give Nigeria Kickboxing A New Life, By Eneduwa

Redefining Brand Conversations

Virgin Bumpy Ride For National Carrier

Harp Set To Celebrate Consumers At Easter

Nigerian Breweries Changes Logo

G-20 Summit: A united front to save the world's economy

Thursday, April 02, 2009

Ghana's game against Benin doesn't fool me, says Keshi

Portsmouth offers Utaka to Bordeaux

NFF to boost team with fresh call-ups, prepares for Ireland, France

G-20 moves against global meltdown with $1tr fund

Consultant admits bias in power probe report

Nigeria, others seek aid for Africa's slums

History of Moslem education in Lagos

Again, AMAA paints Bayelsa red

Consolidating the gains of air travel through new airport terminals

SEC tasks regulators on corporate failures

In Lagos, unease again over armed robbery

Gas flare law to be ready by May

Oil prices rally on optimism that G-20 will combat recession

Zamfara's N17b integrated steel project takes off

UNIDO partners BoI on textile industry's revival project

Global melt down compounds fragile healthcare

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Battle for UNIBEN VC reopens old wounds

'Nigeria, our home by choice'

NFF denies recovering stolen $200,000

Globacom lifts People Police Marathon with N85m

Everton, Villa set to battle for Etuhu

History as Nigeria records first all-female crew flight

EFCC grills Nigerians over Halliburton scam

Nigeria out as G-20 summit opens in London

Labour urges public hearing on naira devaluation

How herbal preparation boosts blood levels, beats pain, others

Experts proffer solution for insurance growth in Africa

Scientists uncover new theory on largest known mass extinctionin earth's history

Exchange lists Courteville Investments, boosts capitalisation

We shall lure investors back to Niger Delta, says Ekaette

Abia gets lawmakers nod to raise N30b from stock market

Oil prices fall to $48.17 on gloomy economic data

How to achieve Nigeria's economic vision, by World Bank, NACCIMA

The plant called medicine (4)