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Guardian News Archive for July 2009Rss

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Scientists create live mice from induced stem cells

Nigeria secures another $500m loan from World Bank

Eating soursop to beat diabetes, cancer

Nigeria tops at ITF/CAT Junior Circuit

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Urhobo unity summit begins in Effurun

FEC reviews ministries, discovers poor budget execution

ASUU Strike: Govt needs to be more proactive, says UNAD VC

Workers protest, bar ex-chief judge from office

Eating soursop to beat diabetes, heart disease, cancer

PenCom processes N2.55b life assurance claims for deceased civil servants

Chimps also die from AIDS through primate HIV version

Urhobo must organise to face challenges

Market capitalisation, All-share index rise on the Exchange

Amazing amazons on the wheels

Lobi meets over coach, private sector partnership

Nigeria tops at ITF/CAT Junior Circuit in Dakar

I am as good as Ronaldo, Kaka, Aiyegbeni boasts

Oil prices tumble below $64

Phenomenal losses hit global carmakers

Govt raises N7.145tr from bond market in five months

Nigeria secures another $500m loan World Bank

Yar'Adua says violence under control, to meet Fashola on LCDAs

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Anglican Church moves for unity on same-sex unions

Yar'Adua says violence under control, to meet Fashola

Nigeria defends new route regime for Lagos, Bonny bound ships

Nigeria's 'geometric' de-industrialisation trend, government's 'arithmetic' response

Banks and CSR in the Sanusi era

The debt issue in Nigerian banking system

ICT development strategies agreed at Africa Region meeting

ICT professionals, others clamour for e-voting

Global oil demand set to inch up

Gas shortage hits hard on power sector

When hatred, death consume a people

Performances of Zenith Bank, First Bank, others buoy indices on the Exchange

Tears ahead of a super highway

NBBF pencils 16 for Libya 2009

Heartland banks on Monotomapa clash for survival

Peters takes over Falcons, as NFF suspends coaches

Oil prices fall to $67.41 as equity prices slip

Ports, harbour bill will leverage concession, says BPE boss

MDGs: Bankole advocates collaboration with development partners

Raise industrial sector's revival fund to N1tr, NASME urges govt

Global economic meltdown: The Nigerian experience

F'Eagles return on Friday, as Spain fears Nigeria

Wolfsburg may drag Martins to Bundesliga

Monday, July 27, 2009

Credit reporting as tool for responsible banking

F'Eagles return on Friday, as Spain fears for Nigeria

Wolfsburg may drag Martins to BundesligaWolfsburg may drag Martins to Bundesliga

Enyimba picks league third place finish as platform

Polio paralyses 330 kids in 26 states

S'South legislators join govs to press for equitable oil bill, varsity

Nexus between human capital development and attainment of Vision 20: 2020

Price gains by blue chips lift indices on the Exchange

Murder so gruesome in Makurdi

US, China economic talks kick off

Govt earns N24b from port terminal's operations

Recapitalisation: Ecobank gets shareholders nod to raise N120b

Non discovery of new oil wells in Nigeria worries operators

Metu wants early camping, Okagbare rules out self 100m

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Radio Nigeria partners DAAR for football broadcast

Mama took me like a member of her family- Maiden Ibru

OTC bond market records N492.5b transaction

Tears at dawn

Swine flu's rapid spread rattles health experts

Ohanaeze tasks govt on D'Delta crisis, others

Fears over oil bill, complaints trails sack in NNPC

Understanding human, natural activities and climate change

The African monsoon, global climate change and our concerns, by scientists

Uchechi affirms allegiance to Nigeria

Officials explain MTN's withdrawal from Nigerian football, athletics

Metu wants early camping, Okagbare rules out 100m

Oando acquires N6.7b drilling rigs

Oil prices rise towards $68 after longest rally in 2009

First Bank remains Nigeria's most capitalised firm

Banks credit to govt hits N3.06 trillion

Defections And Crisis Of Identity For Nation's Democracy

Winding Road To Amnesty

'Glorifying God Is The Ticket To Heavenly Blessings'

Nigeria Football Federation...The Comedy Of Errors Persists

We need Toure at Eastlands, says Adebayor

Odumosu Breaks Own Record, Metu makes it Double Gold

'SMEs Should Embrace International Financial Reporting Standards'

Firm Launches Health Insurance Products

VEDA Technologies Introduces New Multimedia Software

Power: Why Guinness Cannot Relocate To Ghana'

Petroleum Bill, PTI: Take Grouse To National Assembly, Yar Adua Advises South-South Govs

Navy Extends Investigation Into Atlas Cove Attack Beyond MEND

Amnesty: Govt, Mitee Disagree On Implementation Of Recommendations

Friday, July 24, 2009

Yar'Adua set for big error on N'Delta, says Soyinka

Ogbonnaya Onovo is new IG of Police

MAN moans as 820 firms shut plants

Ogun celebrates Kongi with a rich harvest

World celebrates 40 years of man's exploits on the Moon

Global air crashes raise concern over safety

Investors stake N9.1 trillion on bonds, shares in six months

Multiple accidents ground Lagos

Henry rates Arsenal for Premiership title

We are still on course, Heartland assures supporters

Why I agreed to come to Nigeria, by Lee Evans

Strikes: Reps, minister parley on way forward

Dangote Group invests N45 billion in BCC, says official

Ex-Liberty Bank chairman petitions Senate over listing as debtor

World trade to shrink by 10 per cent, says WTO predicts

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Mobil Championship unites Fasuba, AFN, as Metu, others boast

Aiyegbeni's return thrills Amodu

Mikel finally gets new 5-year Chelsea deal

YCT unfolds ambitious projects, awaits N1.5b special grant

FEC okays N1.026tr budget deficit projection

Govt queries court power over N100b Ijaw suit

Controversy trails planned re-sale of NITEL, M-Tel

Head of service to adopt reward and sanction management policy

Turmeric, garlic, others offer protection against aflatoxin 'damage', breast cancer

Insurers have capacity to underwrite oil, gas risks, says NIA boss

Researchers test low-cost generator to bring electricity to poor communities

Solar eclipse: For Asia, its darkness at dawn

Banking stocks buoy indices on the Exchange

Bridges, roads of hope across the Plateau

Senate president, minister disagree over need for more river basin authorities

Oil prices slide ahead of U.S. energy report

NGO faults $1b World Bank's loan to Nigeria

Yar'Adua to commission NASENI's power project in Abuja

...The rating game and Nigerian banks

Banks: What is in a rating?

Non-Aligned countries muster strong voice

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Nigeria 2009 LOC to embark on media facilities tour

FATF raises alarm over use of sport for money laundering

Globacom Premier League resumes August 30

Funds shortage threatens anti-AIDS drive

Lagos defends opposition to census figures

Port congestion looms over state of Apapa road

Federal, Lagos govts' conflict deepens over control of waterways

Stakeholders hold crucial meetings on Industrial sector

ITU takes plenipotentiary 2010 conference to Mexico

World Bank group sees fast internet as key to job creation, others

Indigenous firm, Banner Energy plans using LPG as source of power generation

OPEC earnings hit $1 trillion

Shareholders group seeks bill to curtail alleged wrong ratings of banks

Agbo: Life or death for just N50

Stakeholders to meet senators over textile sector's funding crisis

Banks in Anambra close shop over rising robbery incidents

IMF backs $250b plan to bolster members' reserves

Governors adopt peer review mechanism, embark on development projects

Monday, July 20, 2009

National economy is threatened by widespread industrial disputes

For patriotism, doctors sheathe the sword

Shareholders bemoan impact of new CBN monetary policies

Federal panan- panan slumps in the valley of death

Ogba, athlete disagree over Abuja Grand Prix standard

Uche completes Real Zaragoza deal

Flying Eagles tackle Ghana as 5-nation tourney begins

19 years after, Ondo ceramic plant reopens

Oceanic Bank records N53.2b profit

Abuja, Lagos, two other airports to get new terminal buildings

Global oil refinery business dips, firms strip assets

Rights body seeks probe into Jos killings by security forces

Nigeria gets fresh $195m World Bank loan to tackle malaria, others

Govt suspends $8b rail contract, assesses states' projects

Expatriate quota abuse in the face of unemployment

Reps urge Yar'Adua to fast track full deregulation of oil sector

P &G to expand investment in Nigeria, says MD

Frigoglass partners Italian firm on crown production

Osun to disburse N127.5m loans

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Senior varsity workers begin indefinite strike today

Govt to build four-lane Lagos airport access road

Okogie opposes pay for militants, YCE to meet Yar'Adua

Jakande... advocate of press freedom clocks 80

World Bank pledges support to Nigerian climate investors

Court orders N500m bank guarantee over Lagos MOD property dispute

Investors stake N548b on bonds

To pay or not to pay

You were not fair to me, Metu tells AFN

Adebayor explains decision to join Man City

Nigerian male team qualifies for 4x400m

Oil prices rise by over two per cent after U.S. housing data

Mixed reactions trail new CBN monetary policies

Nigeria's bilateral trade with Egypt hits $120 million

S.African group to disburse $225m to SMEs in Nigeria, others

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Governors' Forum Conducts Peer Review On State

NAHCO Grounds, Releases Virgin Nigeria's Flight

1,400 Catholics Receive Sacred Heart Of Jesus

Cross-Carpeting: Another Name For Electoral Reform

The Rise Of Big Hearted Athletes

Nigeria Flops In 100 Metres Finals

Pillars Hold Zesco In Zambia, Heartland Battle TP Mazembe Today

e-Business: How To Guard Against ATM Fraud

Banks' Share Prices Undisturbed By Foreign Media Rating

UBA Launches Official Pages On Social Networking Websites

N500bn Revival Fund: Manufacturers Urge Action, Sincerity

More frequencies to foreign airlines put Nigerian carriers at risk

Friday, July 17, 2009

Court Returns Boy To Mother After Eight Years

A'Court Quashes N5b Graft Suit Against Rivers' Official

Doctors Meet VP, Shelve Strike

One Nation, Too Many Strikes...At A Time

Two American Coaches Arrive For NNPC/Mobil Championship

To win, you must start at the finish line!

A 'Re-match' For Dick Tiger At 80

With Commitment, Nigeria Can Become Africa's Industrial Manufacturing Hub

'Consumer Satisfaction Responsible For Our Brand Superiority'

Thursday, July 16, 2009

FIFA pledges security support for Nigeria 2009 LOC

Olofinjana close to Monaco switch

Okagbare, other U.S.-based athletes arrive

Chimamanda's night of honour at Silverbird Galleria

Science uncovers genetic secrets of killer parasites

Non-aligned nations want nuclear ban, sterner anti-terrorist steps

I'll shame critics of seven-point agenda, says Yar'Adua

Henry Okah's release opens new front of resolving Niger Delta crisis

'Shortcut to prosperity is giving'

All-share index slides further by 2.9 per cent

Lights dim further...

NIA enforces market agreement on rates for risk underwriting

Dangote Group expends N12b on facility upgrade of sugar firm

Oil prices steady above $60 over doubts on global economy

Presidency not sincere in dealings with workers, say Reps

ASUU strike: TUC seeks Egwu's sack over anniversary bash

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Crude oil traders kick as NNPC raises price

Govt to okay new pay for doctors

Yar'Adua, others seek fair deal for developing nations

World higher education conference advocates more access for disadvantaged groups

ASUU strike: TUC seeks Egwu's sack over birthday party

How garden egg helps glaucoma, heart disease patients

NNPC insists insurance industry lacks capacity to underwrite oil, gas sector

Scientists uncover how dieting extends life in monkeys

When shall we be out of the woods?

Investors stake N2.82b on shares, indices dip further by 2.77 points

Pensioners' long, painful queue

Egypt clears doubles medals, as Toriola begins singles title defence

Police to deploy 10,000 in Kano centre

Nine years after, Alozie returns for Nigeria

Ship owners explain detention of foreign vessel

Experts disagree over factors behind oil price hikes

Delta seeks FG's approval for N10 billion airport at Asaba

Nigeria's $3b yearly food import bill worries UK group, others

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Heart diseases are under-diagnosed, say experts

Federal, states, councils share N325 billion

Yar'Adua reshuffles cabinet, Reps insist on full budget

Huricane truncates a regime again at NIMASA

Our stand on cement importation, by manufacturers

Risk management in banks: Time to move from rhetoric to action

Expectations as CBN deepens forex market

Anyanwu, Usoro, make case for NCC's independence

Digital revolution to aid MDGs in Africa, says GSMA

Firm reinstates commitment to partner with oil companies on tax

Energy agency predicts 2010 as global oil demand returns

Market capitalisation slides further by N108b on the Exchange

The debacle of a highway

NFF summons Amodu over Eagles friendly

10 foreign-based athletes for 20th NNPC/Mobil championship

FIFA to test Nigerian players over age suspicion

Economic crisis far from over, says WTO chief

Spend appropriated resources, govt tells ministries, agencies

LCCI seeks CBN's control of rates deregulation

Leeway to Nigeria's economic growth, by South African expert

Monday, July 13, 2009

Rowan Williams moves to pacify African bishops

Govt unfolds new bidding plan for NITEL

Nine die as MEND attacks Atlas Cove

The trauma of post-NYSC service period

From Angola to Jos: The Henry Okah story

All-share index dips by 0.4 per cent on the Exchange

In River Jibu, mothers, babies die

How poor security arrangement marred Federation Cup final

Egypt beats Nigeria to U-21 title, double events begin

Stakeholders want NPL probed

Oil prices steady around $60 on rising supplies

NAICOM partners NNPC to raise local content in oil and gas insurance

Ekiti to scale-down 2009 budget over lean treasury

Nigerian ship owners drag foreign vessel owners to court over cabotage

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Human beings may give swine flu to pigs

Govt moves to privatise Lagos, Port Harcourt airports, others

Doctors may join health workers' strike, minister pleads for time

APRA seeks Africa Union status, plans comprehensive training for members

G8 climate talks end with meagre promises

Nigeria gets $500,000 GEF/UNDP small grants facility, inaugurates team

Calabar Free Trade Zone goes comatose

OTC bond market records N548b transactions

Gridlock in the city

Obuh not scared of any team, plans Ghana, Colombia friendly

Nigeria gets no medal, as World Junior Athletics event ends

Sharks fails to break jinx, loses 0-1 to Enyimba

Oil prices fall below $60, set for biggest weekly fall since January

Extractive audit report to cover mining sector, says NEITI

South African firm to buy more breweries in Nigeria

Nigeria, Ghana inaugurate body over $300,000 fee for business

Political Office Holders Consume N10tr In Eight Years

We Will Conquer In Egypt, Says Siasia

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Flying Eagles Will Not Fail Nigerians in Egypt, Says Siasia

Nothing To Fear About Enyimba FC, Sharks Declare

FIFA in surprise visit to Nigeria, hails Ijebu - Ode Stadium

Asari Dokubo Condemns Attacks On Oil Facilities, Rejects Amnesty

Senators Resist Pressure

DEMOCRACY:The Bledding Of Nigeria

GKS Ministers Urge Militants To Embrace Govt's Amnesty Proposals

The Great Music Debate (3): Re: A nation's identity crisis

Friesland Gets New MD

Entrepreneur Advises On Natural Lighting

Firm Proffers Solution To Recession

Lagos Traders Lose Millions Of Naira To Fake Microfinance Bank

Friday, July 10, 2009

Govt Ready For 40 Per Cent Pay Rise For ASUU, Says Onosode

Ambassador abandons children, wife tells court

Falana May Sue Military Over Maltreatment Of 27 Soldiers

Nigeria Politics And Oath Taking

2010 World Cup: Lemerre Quits Morocco Over Poor Results

We Will Celebrate The 20th NNPC/Mobil Athletics Championship, Says Ogba

Super Eagles' Adefemi in another transfer saga

PHCN's finances threaten power target

Why literature should be made compulsory for students, by Usman

Human capital development: Meeting the challenges of the global economic meltdown

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Why literature should be made compulsory for students

40 years after, 8,000 artists kick off PanAfrican festival in Algeria

Nigeria to launch second satellite next year

PHCN's financial threatens power target

The world bids farewell to the greatest entertainer of all times

Cairo, Alexandria, pearl of Egypt

There is no stopping the Child beggars!

Chukwumerije, Adamu make WTF latest ranking

Good administration can boost tennis, says Abdullahi

Rabiu, Ohawuchi, nine others hit camp this weekend

Crude oil futures rebound, hit $61.48

Ondo communities to sue Yar'Adua over nominations to NDDC board

Competition will lead to reduction in telecom tariffs, says Multilinks-Telkom chief

Presidency unfolds plans to reactivate dormant ports

Akwa Ibom lawmakers fault Cross River's claim over 76 oil wells

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Knocks, praises trail Daura's appointment as UNIMAID VC

Militants strike again, Senate summons security chiefs

How to revamp African economy, by Obama

Appeal Court voids Ekiti PDP senator's election, orders re-run

FIRS swoops on NNPC, NUC, others over N77b tax debt

Fresh vista for unemployed youths in Edo

Local plant shows promise as anti-sickling, anti-ulcer agent

NCRIB solicits Senate assistance to participate in pension business

How microelectrodes help paralysed use computer, amputees control bionic limbs

Seeking solution to an ancient scourge

All-share index drops further by 0.5 per cent

Army engineers move to 'capture bad roads' in Makurdi

Flying Eagles land in Doha, train on new pitch

Nigeria can make 2010 World Cup semi-final, says Pele

Terry scare delays Mikel's new deal at Chelsea

Govt screens prospective investors for bitumen blocks

Demand for crude oil will nosedive by 2013, says OPEC

How to achieve vision 20-2020, by NACCIMA

CBN okays guarantees for inter-bank credits, retains eight per cent lending rate

Fresh row over constitution review

Tanzania gets seventh mobile operator

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

NCC did not grant waiver to Mobitel, say officials

Tenure extension hurts Africa, says Botswana's ex-leader

Nigeria's ratification of convention compels ship owners to remove wrecks

Elusive textile fund and govt's integrity

Medium Term Expenditure Framework: Other countries' experiences

Fiscal Responsibility Act: A check agaisnt profligacy

Netherlands may freeze aid to Tanzania

WITSA joins Strategy Council of UN global alliance for ICT

Total, Chinese firm to offer two new oil blocs in Venezuela

OPEC unveils new world oil outlook

'Nigeria needs investments, not foreign aid'

Market capitalisation dips by 3.3 per cent

Port Harcourt: From garden to flood city

Pele urges FIFA to put cap on players' salary

Flying Eagles not ready yet, says Kalika

Yar'Adua receives Pele, pledges indepth sports reforms

Oil prices fall below $63 in extended sell-off

ALSCON losses $34m to disruptions in gas supply

Average Inter-bank lending rates rise to 17.33 per cent

FAAN spends N2 billion yearly to power airports

Obama takes messages from Nigerians, others on African trip

Monday, July 06, 2009

Obama to take texts from Nigerians, others on African trip

Suspected MASSOB members attack Obi

Militants hit oil facility, abduct six foreigners

Pushing the frontiers of productivity for national development

Securitisation law will set govt priorities right

Power supply crisis disrupts trading on the NSE

In Lagos, unending flood with pains

Yobo partners NAPEP on talent hunt, poverty alleviation

Mikel may get new Chelsea deal today

Enyimba arrives Lagos, as Sharks dismisses threat

Poor implementation of 2009 budget is impeachable offence, says legislator

Oil prices plunge below $64 on recovery lag fears

NNPC floats new firm for gas master plan implementation

Nigerians bemoan closure of business premises in Ghana over N44m levy

Health workers serve strike notice

Fitch rates Nigeria's economy robust, bright

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Enyimba, Sharks for final

2010 World Cup too early for an African team to win, says Mourinho

Beach Eagles are African champions

Presidency raises panel on cement production

Reform may restore time frame for electoral cases, says Ekweremadu

Nigeria on the march to digital broadcasting

Professionals urge action on Lagos' planning, development control reform

Lagos, stakeholders meet over Badagry expressway as expansion begins

Investors stake N574 billion on govt bonds

Group brings succour to 53 widows in Tivland

BPE, legislators inspect privatised firms, assure investors

Inflation rate declines in May, says NBS

Oil prices tumble below $67 on bleak U.S. jobs data

Work on $10b trans-Sahara gas project to begin in 2015

Saturday, July 04, 2009

Before Nigeria's Women Football Bleeds To Death

Team Nigerian Departs In Batches Five Days After Event

Serena Williams shows class,Thumps Venus 7-6, 6-2

FIR Recovers Over N100m From Tax Defaulters In Port Harcourt

Problem Of Niger Delta Lies In leadership, Says Princewill

MEND Faults VP On Amnesty Claim

We Have Brought Joy To Many Couples Through Our Conference'

The Great Music Debate (2): Music, Critics, And A Nation's Identity

Akunyili Lauds Bank Over Youth Empowerment

CITN Backs FIRS' Proposal On Tax Collection

Local Content: Afren Energy Creates New Indigenous Firm

Banks, Telecom Firms Shore Up Security, As Scammers Become More Desperate

Friday, July 03, 2009

ASUU Strike: An Unending Drama

Yar'Adua Names New Board For NDDC

VP Accuses Criminal Barons Of Frustrating Amnesty For Militants

Cleric Disowns Wife Of 15 Years In Court

Born To Do Business

Minister Berates NFF Over Golden Eaglets, Flying Eagles' Preparations

Beach Eagles Beats Egypt, Inches Near World Cup

Mourinho, Royal Antwerp Arrive, Move To Ilorin Today

Cross River lawmakers to begin hunger strike over 76 oil wells

Mark seeks automatic tickets for PDP senators in 2011

Nigeria absent as AU tackles rift over 'African govt.'

Norbert Young: The actor's actor clocks 50

A nation submerged in flood, decaying road network

Airlines slash fares, woo passengers

Africans and the development of their continent'

Banks lift transactions on the Exchange

Abakaliki: So far from the capital

Kanu, Ikpeba, Amokachi begin tour of Open Trial centres

Nigerian contingent still in Nsukka three days into event

Ajiboye, 28 others head to Qatar on training tour

Oil prices slide further as stockpiles reduce demand fears

USADF investments in Nigeria hit N551m in eight years

Abia releases N4b to MSMEs' operators

Nigeria may export two million bpd of crude oil this month

Thursday, July 02, 2009

How stress causes sexual dysfunction, infertility

Commander set for UK, as Abia okays preparation for defence

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Obasanjo in U.S., shuns comments on Yar'Adua, amnesty

European Union unfolds agenda for Africa

Iwu laments elite's resistance to free polls

Strike grounds activities across varsities

Labour may seek further review of minimum wage

How plants' antioxidants slow prostate cancer, sight loss

Insurers attribute growth in income to consolidation, awareness in industry

ow stress causes sexual dysfunction, infertility

Market indices rise further by 1.3 per cent, as blue chips buoy transactions

Forgotten road of Makurdi north bank

Ultimate Commander set for UK, as Abia okays preparation for defence

Fans scramble for KFA, Royal Antwerp match tickets

Kanu survives Pompey shake-up

Oil prices slide on U.S. supply data

Chinese investors eye Ogun industrial estates

NCC waiver saga: Mobitel sues EFCC

World Bank demands return of unspent $81m project fund

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Amnesty body blames govt, militants for Niger Delta woes

Conduct bureau defends Ribadu's trial

MAN asks govt to seek fresh gas sources for firms

NSDP: Government instrument for crusade against dearth of seafarers

For EPA, the struggle continues, say stakeholders

Growing Africa's GDP and food security through agric funding

The ATM debacle: Any respite for bank customers?

Somali pirates hold back Seacom cable, new opening date is July 23

Experts link digital divide to digital opportunity

NNPC, Gazprom sign joint venture pact

Oil firm to construct N7.5b gas terminal in Lagos

Tension in Niger as Tandja 'muscles for third term'

NSE okays Imo's N18.5b bond

Golugo, another side of a megacity

Zenith Bank keeps faith with Women Basketball League

Adisa canvasses friendly matches for Eagles

Adefemi moves to Boulogne as Almeria holds on to Kalu Uche

GTB grants $50 million facility to oil firm

IEA cuts sharply medium-term oil demand forecast

Six firms jostle to acquire SAHCOL

MAN, LCCI urge govt to halt relocation of firms to Ghana