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Guardian News Archive for September 2011Rss

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

How Nigeria can retain top ranking in Africa, by Gambari

Reps wade into ASUU strike

Lobby begins for African airlines over EU’s new emission tax

Defence vows to crush terrorism, denies alleged crack in crusade

Senate aligns with Labour on new wage, fuel price hike

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

‘How Nigeria can get AU commission chair’

Palestinian leaders lobby Nigeria, to visit Abuja over statehood

Boko Haram is foreign-driven, says Army

Nigerian Eurobond soars, investors scramble for issues, opportunities

Strong institutions, not personality, will build Nigeria, says Jonathan

Monday, September 26, 2011

Soyinka warns of people’s anger, power

Senate seeks budget office in N’Assembly

Musdapher takes office as CJN

Presidential panel urges dialogue with Boko Haram,wants sect to disarm

UN suspends travels to Nigeria over Abuja blast

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Govt in talks with UK over faulty air transport pact

MOSOP petitions UN human rights council over UNEP report

Returnees relive journey of pain in Libya

Why my governance style is different, by Jonathan

Africa wants more power, reforms in IMF

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Suspected Bomb Material Handed To Police

Sultan, Northern Rulers Task Political Leaders On Poverty, Insecurity

Jonathan Declares War On Insecurity

World Bank, FG Strike Deal On Job Creation

ASUU Begins Warning Strike Tomorrow

Palestinians Push For Own State At UN

Breakup Not Solution To Nigeria’s Problems, Says Braithwaite

Friday, September 23, 2011

Again, Mass Failure As NECO Releases June/July SSCE Results

Okerete Market Will Employ Thousands, Says Ajimobi

No Going Back On Monday Strike, ASUU Insists

Pain, Tears Of Gridlock On Airport Road Over Terror Threat

  Palestinians Push For Own State At UN

Thursday, September 22, 2011

UN, others vindicated Nigeria on Libya’s crisis, says govt

Ogboru loses appeal against Uduaghan over Delta poll

Jonathan meets world leaders, advocates preventive diplomacy

40,000mw can’t guarantee uninterrupted power supply, says minister

Labour rallies, to resist hike in cost of living

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Northern govs adamant over minimum wage

U.S., Israel woo Nigeria over Palestinian statehood bid

Tight security at court, anxiety in Delta as Uduaghan, Ogboru know fate today

Tinubu’s trial over alleged ownership of foreign bank accounts begins

Jonathan, at UN, urges action against terrorism

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

How Procurement Act can aid anti-graft fight, by NESG

Appeal Court rules on Delta guber polls

Nigeria urges nations to target world-wide control of diseases

Labour insists on rally over fraud in privatisation

Panic in National Assembly over threat of bombing

Monday, September 19, 2011

MOSOP decries delayed action on UNEP report

Africa needs $93b yearly to tackle infrastructure woes

WHO lists low-cost solutions to NCDs

Crises in Plateau, Borno displace a million Nigerians

Musdapher admits rot in judiciary, vows reforms

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Jonathan to meet world leaders at UN

Obama offers new debt reduction deal today

Why African airlines are bankrupt

Search begins for new Head of Service

Crisis looms, Labour rejects planned hike in fuel price

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Tribunal Rejects CPC’s Bid For Additional Witnesses

UN To Strengthen Global Response On Terrorism

Cleric Denies Links To Sect

Boko Haram Kills Yusuf’s In-law Over Obasanjo’s Visit

Boko Haram: Heavy Security Checks At NDA Graduation Ceremony

Friday, September 16, 2011

UK Demands Accountability Of Funds From INEC

FEC Holds Emergency Session On Economy, Approve New Fiscal Framework

Labour Plans Rallies Against Petrol Subsidy Removal, Insecurity

Immigration Repatriates 232 Illegal Aliens Over Boko Haram Menace

Eulogies For Aikhomu At Burial

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Obasanjo meets Plateau leaders over violence

‘The Augustus Aikhomu Nigeria will miss’

Leaders renew agitation for national conference

At memorial for blast victims, UN, Nigeria unite against terrorism

Rumpus as Senate, Reps name committees

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

NCAA suspends flights to airstrips in Bauchi, C’River

Labour to meet govt on new minimum pension

‘Europe’s blacklist of African airlines political’

Govt reviews policy on joining 20 leading economies

How ethnicity, graft, others ruined Nigeria, by Achebe

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

‘Nigeria may overtake S’Africa in 10 years’

Govt to spend N4.1 trillion in health sector

Stakeholders want research institute for sickle cell anaemia

UN, U.S. flay maltreatment of Nigerians, others in Libya

Security, power devolution, state police, top Senate agenda

Monday, September 12, 2011

Experts outline options to end famine in Africa

ECOWAS leaders worried over insecurity, caution on Liberian polls

Jonathan orders Petinrin to end Plateau violence

Confusion over pact on single window clearing at ports

‘Nigeria won’t break up’

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Jonathan’s promised transformation still elusive, says ACN

Northern govs to meet on Jos crisis

Sad memories as world marks 9/11

Banks list protection of ecosystem in new lending terms

2012 budget ready in Nov, says Okonjo-Iweala

Plateau Crisis: Fresh Violence Leaves 14 Dead

Saturday, September 10, 2011

They Rejected Presence Of Troops, Hence We Withdrew — STF Spokesman

Rotary Club Adopts Itedo Community, Schools

NLC, Textile Workers Condemn Enugu State’s Action Against Labour Leaders

Liberian Presidential Candidate Condemns Sirleaf-Johnson’s Request For Nigerian Troops

US Backs Nigeria’s Counter-terror Plans

Abati, Ologbondiyan, Odion, Others To Be Honoured In Abuja

Borno Gov Pleads With Fleeing Residents To Return

Testimony Time For Omole At AVMCC On Sunday

Council Pledges Job Creation For Youths

Group Tasks Jonathan On Corruption

WAEC Warns Nigerians Against Fraudsters

Oritsejafor Restates Stance On Islamic Banking

Friday, September 09, 2011

Ohanaeze Restates Demand For More States In S’East

FG Moves To Improve Education Sector

UN Expresses Concern Over Violence In Nigeria

Plateau Crisis 12 Killed In Fresh Attacks

Jang Blames FG For Recurring Jos Violence

Fresh nine die in Plateau hostility

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Nigeria wants Nordic nations to invest in power, ICT sectors

PDP overrules Obasanjo over Reps’ leadership

Presidency, Defence step in as Omar kick-starts Enugu workers’ strike

Minister faults critics of health system over Abuja bombing

New agric strategy targets 3.5m jobs, others

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

NDIC denies closing CPC’s bank accounts

S’East summit seeks region’s role in repair of federal roads

Why I’m running for second term, by Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf 

Two explosions hit Maiduguri, bomb scare in Lagos

Power projects at 80% completion, says govt

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Tribunal’s shake-up exposes motive for Salami’s removal, says ACN

‘We want amnesty programme’

FG, interim govt agree on protection of Nigerians in Libya

UN evacuates special team from hotel over bomb scare

Council of State okays rejig of security system

Monday, September 05, 2011

Libyan rebel chief demands apology from MI6, CIA over alleged torture

African ministers, WHO parley over traditional medicine integration

ECOWAS chiefs move to improve trans-national business

11 die in fresh Plateau violence

FG may lose $30b as probe of revenue contract fails

Sunday, September 04, 2011

China to return $45,000, other items stolen from Nigerian

Outrage over murder of parents, six kids in Plateau

Nationwide re-training of teachers begins

Bakassi renews agitation for independent nation

PDP orders govs to pay N18,000, awaits Jonathan on single term

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Community Rejects Inclusion Of Oil Fields As Ogoni Territory

Lagos Oil Club Holds Interactive Session Tomorrow

JTF Soldier Killed, Lawmaker, Seven Others, Injured In Clash With Miscreants

...US, Others Warn Against Excessive Force On Boko Haram

Nigerians Demand Constitutional Conference

Lagos Speaker, Ikuforiji, Held By EFCC

Friday, September 02, 2011

Army Witness Exonerates General Facing Court Martial

Jos Killings: Task Force Threatens Maximum Force

Lagos Speaker, Adeyemi, Held By EFCC

Boko Haram: Unmask Sponsors, Oritsejafor Tasks Govt

Ibadan Flooding: PDP, ACN Clash At Jonathan’s Visits

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Jos residents allege secret killings, arms stockpile worries Oyo council chief

African ministers allege graft in global health funds’ use

Govt moves to combat influx of residents, visitors into Abuja

Govt moves to review debt management strategies

Blast triggers hi-tech security measures in embassies, others

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Man killed in Jos, thrown into well

Kidnappers demand N100m ransom for businessman

Catholic bishops decry Abuja blast, task govt on intelligence gathering

Why Nigeria gave aid to Ethiopia, by Ashiru

Culprits won’t escape justice, says UN