Guardian News Archive for February 2008

Thursday, February 28, 2008

G-21 restates demand, PDP leaders ask court to stop convention

Amesiemeka says Ogunjobi's panel incompetent to interview coaches

Yar'Adua seeks review of global trade policies

EU fines Microsoft $1.3bn for over pricing wares

Fiscal indiscipline is Nigeria's problem, says IMF boss

This rain not safe for drinking, planting, experts warn

Stakeholders worry over Ebonyi's education sector

Mining corporation's retirees seek payment of outstanding entitlements

Esan study documents 70 medicinal plants

NAICOM reassures on full implementation of building insurance law

Lead accelerates ageing process, mental decline years after exposure

Curbing discrimination against PLWHA through legislation

Dominion Trust targets N3b share capital, meets SEC's requirements

A bang, a spill, fire...then deaths

I'm stubborn in positive way, says Keshi

Amesiemeka says Ogunjobi's panel incompetent to interview coahes

NFA may name Keshi Eagles' new coach today

Monetisation policy not beneficial to civil servants, says head of service

Promoters of trans-Saharan gas project target European market

Nigeria can dominate African economy, says APRM chief

Oil prices hit record $102.05 a barrel

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Different moods, different places

Appeal Court sacks Nyako, Speaker takes over

Twenty three years after, indigenes demand resuscitation of Sapele port

Why most Nigerians are still poor, by Bode Agusto

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Gunmen kidnap woman, toddlers in Rivers

Diverse moods, different places

Aso Rock on the big news day

Adamawa calm as Appeal Court sacks Nyako

23 years after, indigenes demand resuscitation of Sapele port

BPE faults allegations of de-industrialisation agenda

CBN displays post consideration indices

States' dollar denominated revenue: Last nail to the coffin?

Africa's largest computer plant for launch in April

Govt begins 'catch-them-young' ICT programme for kids

Exxon Mobil boss hinges Nigeria oil, gas growth on stable framework

NNPC outlines challenges to upstream development

Skye Shelter Fund lists shares on the Exchange, to raise N3b

Giving a helping hand indeed

Mutola eyes eighth gold medal in Valencia

Think Nigeria first, Ezeugo tells NFA officials

Keshi, Siasia tear NFA apart

Nigeria seeks Canada's partnership in mechanised mining

Asia to be largest aviation market by 2010, says IATA

Why most Nigerians are still poor, by Agusto

OPEC explains non-increase in oil supply to global market

Captors demand N50m for Odili's nephew

IG alerts on protests, reads riot act

The Gladiators

Corporate strategies for retaining employees

Court of Appeal did not declare Uba winner of Anambra guber poll, says Ngige

Democracy and peace will prevail in Kenya--- Odinga

Capital Oil and Gas dissociates self from quoted Capital Oil Plc

Felled by a colleague

Redknapp hints at Kanu's stay

Agbonlahor vents spleen on Reading

Real's goal the most important of my life, says Uche

Firm set to establish air-conditioning manufacturing plant in Nigeria

Insurers eye global oil forum to enhance business

Oil prices rebound, hit $99 a barrel

New gas policy will enhance power sector, says minister

Monday, February 25, 2008

Anti-graft panel swoops on National Assembly

Plateau, Yobe, Adamawa governors know fate tomorrow

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Anti-graft panel swoops on National Assembly.

A litany of voided elections

Plateau, Yobe, Adamawa governors, know fate tomorrow

Yar'Adua off to China, vows support for Mark

Apprentice Africa goes on air tomorrow

15 years on, controversy mounts over Lagos Banana Island dispute

Nigeria receives N17.92b GEF grant for 40 projects

Kosovo pushes for world recognition

Exchange lists Consolidated Hallmark Insurance's shares

Urhobo: Putting best foot forward

Klitschko claims unification win

Tottenham beats favourite, Chelsea

NFA shortlists 12 for Super Eagles' job

Alpine Investment, KACCIMA strike lease deal on facility development

Miners complain of non-access to N1b fund

Daar Communications' N13.9 billion public offer opens today

Unclaimed dividend hits N19b, says SEC

PDP South-East Picks Ebonyi, Imo For National Chairman

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Activist Faults Reps On Police Foundation Probe

PDP South-East Picks Ebonyi, Imo For National Chairman.

Presidential Polls: Anxiety Mounts In Abuja

Danjuma:How Obasanjo Solicited Me For Third Term

'God, Hardwork, Dedication Behind All Saints' Elevation To Archdeaconry'

Lagos Acquires World's First Boat Hotel

... As Nigeria Begins Campaign Against Canada, Slovenia

Guangzhou Comes Alive As World Table Tennis Serves Off

Football Gene Thickens In Africa

NITEL, MTEL: Govt, Transcorp Agree To Invite New Investor

Kumuyi At Crusade, Urges Trust In God

Court Strikes Out Virgin Nigeria Suit, Vacates Order Against FG

Odinga In Nigeria, Meets Obasanjo

Court Orders Trial Of Okah Within 24 Hours

Season Of Policy Reversals, Flip Flops

Falcons Thrash Namibia 3-0 At Home

Moyes Hails Hat-Trick, Yakubu

NFA Denies Keshi, Calls For Applications

Friday, February 22, 2008

Britain partners Nigeria on '2020'

Govt denies plan to raise electricity tariff

Senate will pass local content bill, says Mark

Britain to partner Nigeria on Vision '2020'

Reps panel queries govt's pact with oil firms

Duties of angels

When Sofia culture hooks UNESCO delegates

National Honours: Truncating the reward of excellence and national service

Discovering South Africa, its culture, wide life and people

Valueline Securities diversifies operations, floats N6b private placement

Lagos unsolved menace of abandoned vehicles

We will roast Namibia today, Falcons vow

NFA, Vogts set for long battle

We must stop the Mafia, says John Mastoroudes

Nigeria records $3.45b forex inflow in November, says CBN

Senate begins investigations into shift in gas flaring deadline

MAN earmarks N24b for electricity project, decries non-utilisation of power equipment

Hungarian firm to stake N234.5b in Nigeria's power sector

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Nigeria made $55b from oil exports in 2007, says U.S.

Why HIV/AIDS vaccine, cure have continued to elude scientists

Grant receives death threats

National Stadium decay shocks FIFA

Conflicting reports trail Vogts' exit

Bakers may go on strike over flour price

Nigeria made $55b from oil exports in 2007, says U.S

Govt okays new mining policy

MEND, others demand proof of Okah's wellbeing

Why Cross River does not recognise NECO certificate, by commissioner

Death knell finally sounds on Transcorp over NITEL, MTEL

Fresh debate over energy drinks

Insurance industry moving rapidly to position of strength, says CIIN president

Why HIV/AIDS vaccine, cure have continued to defy scientists

How we have re-engineered the Nigerian Immigration Service, by Udeh

SEC inaugurates committee on registrars' IT, infrastructure

Bedlam on the Island

North America Airlines to discontinue operations in Nigeria, Ghana

Capital Oil and Gas foils theft of 218,000 tonnes of diesel

Govt under-funds joint venture projects by N625b in 2008

National Assembly passes budget, awaits Yar'Adua's assent

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Microsoft invites Nigerian students to Imagine Cup 2008 challenge

Global online handset sales rise through broadband penetration

Okocha, Shittu vow to take clubs to premiership

FIFA team inspects Lagos facilities today

Anderson lied, insists Mikel

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Fears grips oil investors over govt's revocation of contract

Cuban President, Castro, resigns

Why ASUU strike is wrong, by govt

President raises panel to check energy crisis

Vessels' congestion at jetty may cause scarcity of gas, other products

Delta Steel: Reps' sale reversal awaits 'order from above'

Nigerian banks in global conquest

Post-consolidation and the journey so far, by CBN

ATCON unveils ComBIT EXPO, plans AGM, local content summit

Microsoft invites Nigerian students to Imagine Cup 2008 cha

Africa gets energy commission

No oil block allocation until 2010, says Egbogah

Discovering , enhancing, nurturing the abilities in disabilities...with love

Access Bank's balance sheet hits N750b

Roads fit for a capital city

FAO approves seven new agric programmes for Nigeria

Insurers protest CBN's interest rate on escrow accounts

Customs remits N238.5b, nets N473m from sugar levy

Yar'Adua summons minister over delay in Okpai $480m plant

G-21's demand is belated, says Ali

Army spokesman, Giwa-Amu, dies in auto crash

Our errors

Army spokesman, Giwa-Amu, dies in road accident

Yar'Adua summons minister, BPE, others over Transcorp

Court relaxes Igbinedion's bail conditions

Deadline on PhD stokes trepidation in ivory towers

Why my dissenting judgments were accepted by the Supreme Court, by Justice Nnaemeka-Agu

Bush snubs the giant on his African journey

DAAR Communications floats N13 billion offering

Injustice hangs on a severed hand

Union Bank stakes title as Hockey Super League begins Friday

Amputee Eagles raise alarm, allege team hijack

Warri Stadium will be ready, say Ogba, Amaju

Shareholders okay Crusader Insurance's plan to issue N4b debenture stock

Oil prices rise on supply worries

AGF orders FAAN to hand-over domestic operations to Bi-Courtney

IMF tasks CBN on operational challenges

Monday, February 18, 2008

G-21 plots legal action to stop PDP's convention

Exchange opens automated Onitsha trading floor

Our pains, our losses...

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Germany lists terms for cooperation in Siemens scandal probe

Kosovo secedes from Serbia

Senate panels query reversal of NITEL sale

G-21 okays legal action, PDP summons sacked gov

Advertising agencies in search of new business model

EU approves fresh N300m funds for Cross River water project

Intercontinental, firm, flex muscles over Lagos 'China Town' complex

The squabble over land, property in Lagos

Our pains, our losses

Ronaldo's doping allegations infuriate PSV

Handball: Niger United beats Safety Shooters in Super Four opener

FIFA thumps down Warri Stadium

Capital market operators get deadline on recapitalisation

Railways signs pact with Flour Mills

Insurers lose N100m yearly to touts on motor insurance cover

Delta Steel: Reps set to ensure BPE's compliance with reversal order

Reps, Presidency Meet Over N35Ob NDDC Debt

T.Y. Danjuma: Obasanjo Is Running Third Term Through 'Yar' Adua And We Will Stop Him'

Message Of His Holiness Benedict Xvi For Lent 2008:"Christ made Himself poor for you" (2 Cor 8,9)

Saturday, February 16, 2008

ASUU Pleads With Senate On Abdulraheem's Appointment

Reps, Presidency Meet Over N35Obn NDDC Debt

Nobody Can Remove Me As BOT Chair, Says Obasanjo

T.Y. Danjuma: Obasanjo Is Running Third Term Through


'We Are Now In Aremu Of Ota's Third Term Through Yar'Adua, His Puppet'

Marseille Renew Rivalry With PSG

Rigobert Song: My Pains, My Gains

Day Ghana Wept To Bed

Friday, February 15, 2008

Nigeria Loses N53B To Pipeline Vandalism In Two Years

Igbinedion Returns To Court Monday Over Bail Terms

Terrorism: SSS Arrests Indian Agent

MEND Leader Deported, Police Uncover Illegal Detention Camp

Immunity: To Remain Or To Go

Ronaldo Undergoes Successful Operation

Enyimba Optimistic Despite Ekpo's Absence

Falcons , Banyana Banyana Battle Today

Niger Delta crisis on UN arms treaty agenda

LAMATA denies report on BRT test run

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Igbinedion shuns food, remains in EFCC custody

Niger Delta crisis on UN trade treaty agenda

Appeal Court dismisses Agbaje's suit against Fashola

Govt, eminent citizens mourn TOS Benson

The existence of angels

What's going on, Mr. D.J?

Clinton, Obama: Gladiators for the November polls

Taking air travel to the next level

SEC investigates six quoted firms over price manipulation

FIFA facilities inspection team arrives today

Shorumu backs Oliseh for Eagles job

Nigeria may not qualify for 2010 World Cup, says Kojo Williams

Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire yet to sign EPA, says ECOWAS

Oil prices rise on U.S. inventory data

30 textile workers die waiting for benefits, says union

Stakeholders demand legal framework for port concession

UCH's new cancer machine, others not functional

Reps summon Okiro, Martins over N50b police fund

Why tuition fees in federal varsities are inevitable, by Okojie

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

UCH new cancer machine, others not functional

ICPC quizzes three Oyo commissioners over alleged N179.2m scam

Reps summons Okiro, Martins over N50b police fund

Fashola mourns as TOS Benson passes on

Why tuition fees in federal varsities is inevitable, by Okojie

ICAN, ACCA sign pact to improve accountancy profession

Alligator pepper seeds as cure for erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation

NAICOM set to enforce local content policy in oil, gas risks

How heavy cell phone use causes poor sperm quality

How legislation can curb discrimination against PLWHA

Why state bonds are unattractive, by NSE chief

Valentine's Day: Love is in the air

Martins confident Keegan will revive Newcastle

CAF Confederation Cup:Wikki signs six players

Eagles drop to 6th in Africa

Piracy: Trawler owners require N24.4b to resume operations

NNPC explains constraints in domestic gas supply

Countries with good investment climate can attain MDGs, says IFC

SEC freezes CSCS accounts of Cadbury's former directors

NEPC pursues 10% economic growth through non-oil export

Mikel, Shittu deserve to be in CAF 11, says Oliha

Okocha promises Hull fans better days ahead

Vogts' sack must follow due process, says Lulu

CBN lists obstacles to efficient lending system

WHO, INTERPOL uncover fake anti-malaria drugs syndicate in China

Ibori regains freedom, Igbinedion faces hurdles

Robbers kill 11 in bank raid, seize N15m

Govt slams N1m fine on terminal operators

NEPC pursues 10 per cent economic growth through non-oil export

Dollar denominated states' allocation is not special, says Oyekan

Post consolidation: Time to take stock, by stakeholders

Kiddies version of online quiz debuts

GSMA out with mobile alliance against child sexual abuse websites

Viva Methanol signs pact to convert methanol to olefins

Nigeria has potentials to earn N8.4tr yearly, says expert

Pirates threaten fish on the table

Investors stake N165b on stocks in December

Badagry Prison: Woes without end

Nigeria becomes Australia's biggest trade partner in Africa

Oil prices ease, remain above $93 per barrel

Gas supply crisis: Govt to curtail export in favour of local market

Govt restates pledge on power sector, to meet stakeholders

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

One fire disaster too many

Song not to for blame, says Cameroun

Lack of fund may stop Gombe United

Kojo-Williams calls for state of emergency in sports

Govt unfolds N248.64b scheme for communities

NNPC, Shell to jointly review restructuring plan

Siemens to assist Nigeria in probe of NITEL contract scandal

End to Niger Delta crisis in sight, says Jonathan

Still, no respite for Transcorp over NITEL's woes

A virile judiciary is a catalyst for democratic growth, says Gadzama

The furore over relocation to domestic terminals

SCOA returns to profitability, other firms present scorecards

Oil sector gulps $39.2b in eight years, says Ajumogobia

Oil prices volatile on Chavez's threat, U.S. economy

Why Nigeria will continue to import fuels, by NNPC

Lawmakers, stakeholders fault port reform scheme

Monday, February 11, 2008

No Nigerian in Nations Cup Team XI

No Nigerian in Nations Cup Team

Sunday, February 10, 2008

How N19.5b aviation fund was spent

NACA reports drop in HIV Prevalence

Nigeria risks blacklisting over N'Delta crisis

Egypt wins African Nations soccer cup

Broadcasting... Nigeria at the driver's seat of Commonwealth body

Govt okays National Road Board for highway concessions

25 firms eye Tejuosho market reconstruction project

DAAR Communications heads for capital market to raise N13.5b

Battle against noise in Lagos

Wanted: A 'field marshal' for Super Eagles

Bikey yet to apologise, says medic

No Nigerian in MTN Nations Cup 11

Oil price futures jump on supply concerns

Regional body seeks revocation of steel firm's concession

Yar'Adua approves new gas policy

Major oil firms foreclose distribution by rail

Nigeria Won't Close Chad Border, Says Senator Mark

At Obasanjo's Wedding, Egba Pledge Loyalty To Yar'Adua

Seafarers Declare Nigeria's Waters 'War Zone'

Crude Contracts: Senate, NNPC Battle Rages

Islam Is Not A Religion Of Terrorists, Says Sheik Cisse

Election Petitions Tribunals... So Far So Good

Ghana Picks 'Golden Bronze,' Beat CIV 4-2

... History Will Repeat Itself, Egypt Coach Predicts

Pharaohs Must Fall, Says Lion's Pfister

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Airline Operators Ask Virgin Nigeria To Relocate To Local Airport

Why Revenue Formula Must Be Reviewed, By Fashola, Aliyu

Lulu Briggs' Wife Freed, Ex-Provost Kidnapped

Delay In Policy Rules Threatens TINAPA

Kogi: The Battle Has Just Begun!

Pfister Delight In Cameroun's Win

Bikey To Miss Final After Shove

No Doubts Over World Cup In SA

Friday, February 08, 2008

Simulating towards seamless travel

Senate asks Yar'Adua to sever ties with bad African leaders

Defence minister admits loss of arms

Judicial workers' demands unrealistic, says Supreme Court

PDP picks Ciroma as electoral panel chairman

The value and blessings of education

Last dance for Osadebe in Atani today

Yet another battle for the soul of Chad

Diamond Bank not coming to market soon, says Onwuka

Again, fire, pain in Lagos

Moroccan coach, Henri Michel, fired

Nigerian football needs structural changes, says Siasia

How the politics of Vogts' sack divided NFA

Customs generates N15 billion in Oyo, Osun

Oando plans N59b investment in oil rigs development

Installed production capacity in four sugar firms is 30 per cent, says Bello

African bankers list new business opportunities in the continent

Thursday, February 07, 2008

On Lagos roads, recklessness is death

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Govt moves to check influx of computers, others

ECOWAS agency turns to China for power in Africa

Warri refinery resumes operations today

Don't manipulate PDP's convention, Nnamani warns

Not all teachers participate in exam fraud, says retiring WAEC HNO

Court orders AP to pay N3.7m to disengaged worker

How clay can heal stomach problems, drug-resistant bacteria

Insurance stocks' performance on the Exchange excites operators

New mammal, bird discoveries open new vista in evolution

Nigerian stock market records highest returns in Africa in 2007

On Lagos roads recklessness is death

Brodericks, Ogedegbe differ on Vogts

Nigerians are still fuming over Eagles' failure

Omotayo urges govt to sack Eagles' technical crew

Govt has no plan to sell airports, says minister

UNIDO's hydro power projects set for commissioning in Bauchi, Enugu

Vietnam investors seek partnership with Nigeria on cluster industrial scheme

Shell suspends Bonny light production for two months

Again, fire rages, Lagos reels in pains

Govt asks Shell to suspend restructuring

External reserves drop, as credit to private sector hits record 96 per cent

Govt spends N540b on fuel subsidy

Work begins on N5.4b sub-marine optical fibre cable

NIMASA to fund council's investment promotion in maritime

SMEDAN, Ekiti kick-start mat export initiative

Skills, gaps in financial services sector

MFBs: Filling the micro gaps in finance

Recommendations of GSMA

GSM body out with new rules to bridge digital divide

Techno Oil to commission N 1.2 billion tank farm

Oil sector reform committee to submit report before March

In search of 'missing fund' in aviation industry

Exchange lists 900 million FCMB's shares

Again, fire razes, Lagos reels in pains

Wilson blames NFA for Eagles' woes

House committee to probe Eagles' failure, as Esu wants Vogts sacked

NFA undecided over Vogts' future

Reps strategise against budget delays

World Bank appoints Chinese academic as top economist

Nigerian oil firm secures $10m facility from South Africa

NNPC gets approval to raise N708 billion loan

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Ooni, Modakeke ruler in historic meeting, agree to work for peace

'Removal of immunity clause is dangerous'

Resort Savings floats N900m hybrid offering

Vogts plans Austria friendly, competition for home-based Eagles

Egypt edges pass Angola

NFA set to sack Vogts

Nigeria may record 500,000 cancer cases yearly

Ooni, Modakeke rulers in historic meet, agree to work for peace

States to share 80 per cent of excess crude fund

Yar'Adua, PDP chiefs meet over convention

Controversy trails new wage for president, others

'Removal of immunity clause is dangerous to government'

Fear of AFRICOM in Nigeria

Resort Savings floats N900m hybid offering

Salute to 109 success stories

Exporters want special fund for agro processors

UN chief projects $20 trillion for global sustainable energy

Kajola targets N3 billion capital base to tackle poverty

Monitoring committee decries non-payment of N231b by Ajaokuta concessionaire

Sunday, February 03, 2008

Fish scarcity looms as firms stop operations

Gunmen strike in N'Delta, kill three naval officers

Face of another partner, as M. Schneider saga continues

Govt cancels incentives for oil firms

Return of campaign against tobacco promotion

Cement prices soar in Lagos area as producers review prices

Conservationists confirm discovery of new mammal in Africa

Early detection, the only cure for cancer, says Duncan

SEC moves to curtail delay in share certificate issuance

Eyesore at the foot of the bridge

UNILAG beats Bayelsa Waves to Ilupeju Basketball Classic title

We want Berti Vogts sacked now, Nigerians react

10-man Ghana seals historic win against 'Super Chickens'

Oil prices lose more than $3 a barrel

UNDP hinges MDGs attainment in Africa on Nigeria

Norway stakes interest in Bayelsa's oil palm

Underwriters predict more inflow of FDIs into insurance industry

Activists Flay Expulsion Of HIV-Positive Recruits From Police College

Pastors Should Place Emphasis On Character And Conduct, Not Raising Mega Churches, Says Akinyemi

Under Siege:Bandits Overrun The Nation

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Orji Gives Conditional Support To Immunity Clause Removal

Expulsion Of HIV-positive Recruits From Police College Irks Activists

Govt Approves New Salary For Lecturers

Free Your Women For Politics, Ali Tells The North

Pastors Should Place Emphasis On Character And Conduct Not Raising Mega Churches, Says Akinyemi

Kanu May Return, Against Black Stars

Nigeria Is Over-rated, Says Le Roy

NFA Dangles US$15,000 On Eagles

Friday, February 01, 2008

US Begs For More Time For Nigeria's Democracy

Robbers Raid In Army Uniform, Police Vehicle

Why Wema Bank Ex-MD Was Suspended, By Aboh

At A Crossroads

Ghanaian Strikers, Agogo, Gyan In Injury Scare

Fans Threaten Showdown Over Tickets Scarcity

Beat Ghana, Oliseh Urges Eagles

Senate gives airlines deadline to pay plane crash victims

Jonathan tasks leaders on genuine democracy

Nations may lose $20 trillion to global warming

Konare, Ban want AU to save Kenya

To shun greater sins, give up lying

Musiliu Ishola... like father, like son

PDP convention: The battle of brawl, wits and intrigues

The changing face of corporate travel

Yes, a man can be indispensable

Shareholders approve Skye Bank's N7.5b profit

Ring Road, Benin City's den of touts

Eagles need support to beat Ghana, says Okala

Fans at Coca Cola back Eagles to beat Black Stars

Odemwingie eligible to play, says NFA

Govt to establish tourism body for Niger Delta

NIPC, NIMASA sign MoU on investment promotion in maritime sector

Nigeria flares 19.2 trillion cubic feet of gas, says expert

World Bank's facility for Lagos projects hits $500m

Thursday, January 31, 2008

World Bank okays N1.2b to upgrade Nigeria's airports

Oliseh blames leadership for Eagles' sloppy performance

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