Guardian News Archive for March 2008

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Minister Laments Inadequate Personnel In Science

Amaechi Lauds LG Polls, As Thugs Rattle Action Congress' Candidate

Police To Quiz Audu

Why Yar'Adua Can't Sign Budget, By Minister

An Eternal Pencil In God's Hand

Budget '08: Not Yet New Dawn For Ordinary Folks

NFA Settles Medical Bills For Injured Akusobi, Okolo in German Hospital

Martins Takes Goal Hunt To Tottenham

Man. United Consolidates, As 10-Man Arsenal Beat Bolton

Saturday, March 29, 2008

SSS Arrests Gaadi, Winner Of N41.8b Against Govt

Opposition Loses Bid To Stop Rivers Council Polls

China, Nigeria Sign $50b MOU On Infrastructural Development

Outages, A National Shame, Says Mark

Kogi By-Election: Daunting Challenge For INEC, Test Case For Nation's Democracy

Liverpool Co-Owner Reveals Split

Siasia admits dream team has midfield problem

Anichebe's mum confesses standing between son and country

Friday, March 28, 2008

Yar'Adua urges mass participation in revival of economy

Path to credible polls, by Ajibola, Momoh, Ofeimun, others

Nigeria, Britain discuss more routes, frequencies for airlines

Govt releases warrants for pre-budget spending

Muhammad's promise to Sura'aqah fulfilled

For Kelani at 60; Fosudo at 50, a highlife party

INEC, Kogi politicians battle to restore credibility in electoral process

Missing aircraft as UFO?

Exchange slams full suspension on Afroil, Capital Oil

Jam on Lagos-Abeokuta Highway

FCT Queens dare First Bank in opener

Martins vows to stay on with Toon

Anichebe dedicates goal to parents, restates commitment to Nigeria

PEF raises panel on riverine equalisation scheme

U.S. regulators to strengthen workforce against bank failures

Jonathan harps on job creation as antidote to crime

Nigeria's advertising industry worth N5 billion, says APCON

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Robbers raid bullion van, bank, cart away N50m

Knocks, kudos trail health ministers' exit

PDP raises 18-man team on Ekwueme's report

Police intercept arms in Kogi, to quiz Atiku's ex-aide

How N100 excludes poorest children from basic education, by Action Aid

Bi-Courtney explains pact with govt on MMA2 concessioning

How traditional foods boost mental health, by researchers

Insurers collaborate to enforce discipline in business underwriting

'Cloned' embryonic stem cells heal stroke, Parkinson's in mice

Tibetan protests rock the Olympic boat

Volume, indices shrink on the Exchange

Okota prepares for Cardinal Okogie

FIFA bans Sierra Leone Stadium

Teams begin battle for top prize, continental tickets

Nigeria's U-23 lands in Beijing

Orascom acquires 20 per cent stake in Notore

Govt not making efforts to achieve MDGs, says CAN

David-West wants legislators to probe Rivers' N60b power project

Sosoliso crash victims' families get compensation this week

Towards an improved women's development

Oil prices perch above $101 per barrel

Nigerian, Rotimi, heads U.S. genetic research centre

Career diplomats decry non-appointment to head missions

Fashola seeks retention of Land Use Act

How Obasanjo dictated fuel prices, by NNPC boss

Nigeria may co-opt neighbouring countries into war against water hyacinth

How to reposition cement sub-sector, by forum

The financial market crisis and the global economic outlook

High interest rate: Monster to be tamed through law enactment?

Spiderplow, DCL adopt technology for Celtel's office fibre

Global leaders meet on impact of ICT onclimate change

Oando implements N600 million pact with Oracle Corporation

Equipment manufacturers introduce new funding strategy for power turbines, others

Towards an improved women's developmen

Investors, brokers seek operators' agreement on Afroil, Capital Oil suspension

A centre's new tactics against HIV/AIDS

Gambian officials for Olympics qualifier today

African champions, Egypt, to host Argentina in friendly today

Battle toughens for football tickets across the continent

NEPC, CBN, partner others to boost cashew export business

Oil prices steady above $101 per barrel

BPE set to pick advisers for fresh recapitalisation of NITEL

UK opens 50, 000 five -year visa window for Nigerian businessmen

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

CBN, banks to tackle ATM hitches

Removal of immunity is bad for good governance, says Izinyon

Monday, March 24, 2008

Obudu airstrip was last to contact missing plane

Japan to promote Africa's growth at Tokyo confab

UNDP to train govt officials on budget, others

CBN, banks to tackle ATMs' hitches

Airports' concessioning plan: Fresh assault on human capital?

BRT system and a city's quest for transformation

Unilever returns to profitability, proposes 25k dividend

Tears, blood trail raid on bakery

Vieira, Henry join France's casualty list

South Africans arrive, Nigerians asked for prayer

NSC, NOC asleep as Olympics flame comes on

Bayelsa gets new 31 megawatts gas turbine

ANAN, Crown Agents to collaborate on capacity building

Nigeria EU seal £4m pact on poverty reduction, economic growth

Power probe: Govt 'll implement report, says Aondoakaa

Aviation workers tackle govt over airport concession,BOT

Govt allays fears over funding of foreign missions

Scores killed, wounded in Afghanistan, Iraq violence

G-21's push for reforms in PDP receives support

Pope, at Easter, urges end to injustice, violence

The trouble with the advertising industry

Nigeria launches International Year of Sanitation, targets one million latrines

Lagos picks South African firm for BOI demolition contract

Saving the nation from bad fuel havoc

Seven companies present audited results to the Exchange

It's Easter...of fun, furore for Lagosians

United makes Liverpool pay dearly for Mascherano's red card

Drogbas's brace guns down Gunners

Martins set to quit Newcastle

Power probe: Committee assures fairness

Aviation workers tackle govt over airport concession, privatisation, BOT

Ondo Assembly demands list of projects in oil belt

Nigeria's market demand for cement may hit 40 million tonnes a year

Sunday, March 23, 2008

EASTER: Yar'Adua Urges Nigerians To Be Patient

Nigerian-Born American Footballers: Their Impression, Expectation On Nigeria

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Oshiomole Seeks Divine Intervention For Nigeria

Let Us Insist On Doing Right, Says Jonathan

Govt Invites U.S., U.K, Others

EASTER: Yar'Adua Urges Nigerians: To Be Patient

Group Advocates Enthronement Of Moral Justice

Fading Fathers Of The PDP

Aiyegbeni Scores As Keegan Earns First Newcastle Victory

Nigerian-Born American Footballers: Their Impressions, Expectations On Nigeria

Problem With Nigeria Sports:Beyond the Coaches

Cleric, On Good Friday, Tasks Leaders On Sacrifice

Bears Sustain Lead In Equities Sector, Blue Chips Record Losses

NDLEA arrests woman, 50, three others, discovers cocaine in garri

Two Feared Dead In Naval Ship Yard Blast

Power Plants: Motion Without Movement

Delta Faults Fasuba's Claims, As Manager Apologises

Aiyegbeni: NFA Protests To FIFA Over Agent's Statements

Enyimba Host Tanzania's Simba, As Gombe Hits Yaounde For Cotonsport

Friday, March 21, 2008

Stockbrokers defy SEC's order, trade on Afroil, Capital Oil shares

Govt okays N64.68b fertiliser contracts

Osunbor to appeal verdict

Yar'Adua may seek Supreme Court advice on budget row

$482m power funds spent as loans

The sorrowful years in Makka

The whole world is my base, says Beautiful Nubia

Tales of woe as bandits overrun the nation

Missing aircraft puts aviation on the spot

PDP: Report of the National Reconciliation Committee (3)

Stockbrokers defy SEC's order, trades on Afroil, Capital Oil shares

Message of love, hope at Easter

Elephant Girls stake title at Zenith Basketball League

Three home-based Eagles for S'Africa tie

Relegation fears delay Martins' new deal

New free trade zone underway in Sokoto

Imo plans to build petroleum refinery

Workers want oil windfall invested in rail system

Auto makers want rise in vehicles import duty

Thursday, March 20, 2008

SEC suspends trading on Afroil, Capital Oil

Soludo lists woes of banking sector

Fashola, others urge Moslems to emulate Mohammed

Ladoja faults Oyo polls tribunal's verdict

Nigeria wants UN posts to reflect troops strength in peace missions

Nigeria cannot develop without non-formal education, insists Olagunju

Don links selfless leadership with development

Plant-based diet may halt spread of prostate cancer

Insurance brokers body reads riot act to fake operators

Blood discovery: New haemoglobin type found

Five firms present scorecards to the Exchange

Gift of sight, from Lagos to Ibusa

Ondo wins national school games

NFA scribe stingy with truth, says Okolo

Nsofor, Apam doubtful as S'Africa names squad against Nigeria

U.S. boosts Nigeria's agric sector with N1.3b grant

SEC suspends trading on Afroil, Capital Oil shares

Union seeks govt's buy-over of Michelin factory

Pencom projects N1.7tr income in three years

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Yar'Adua wants recall of ex-PDP BOT members, Ekwueme report

Ugwuh lists imperatives of petrochemical plants to industrial development

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Mark, Aondoakaa seek nuclear power to tackle outage

Senate worries over missing plane

Yar'Adua wants recall of excluded PDP BOT members, execution of Ekwueme report

Reps begin work on new House panels

NPA enforces compliance with safety requirements, lifts ban on jetties' operations

Ugwu lists imperatives of petrochemical plants to industrial development

SMEEIS scrapped amidst rising foreign reserves

Salvaging a ravaged economy through loot recovery

ITU to strengthen collaboration with space industry

Global regulators adopt guidelines for telecoms investment growth

Nigerian firm commissions power plant in Sierra Leone

Global Energy signs N384m production contract on oil blocks 907, 917

Groping under the power of darkness

Exchange approves listing of ARM Growth Fund

For Maiden Ibru, a gold from Greece

FIFA extends Madagascar's deadline

Globacom pledges support to U-23 team, Super Falcons

Martins, Keegan play down row

Group plans follow-up on NEITI Act

Envoy tasks Nigeria on economic diversification, liberalisation

Capital market reforms inevitable, Al-Faki tells Senate

U.S. economy in 'tough time', Bush admits

Controversy over missing plane

Only Supreme Court can reverse sack of 49 lecturers, says NUC

Witness links militia leader to ex-minister, PDP

Tribunal upholds Alao-Akala's election, voids 93, 173 votes

Paradox of dwindling skilled manpower in financial sector

The testimony Orji could not validate, by Kalu

Microfinance credit as antidote to poverty

Recapitalisation: Senate vows to stop SEC

BRT bridges Ketu-CMS in 45 mins

A'Ibom spends N500m on Uyo Stadium

Beijing air safe for athletes' health, says IOC

Lack of youth programmes may hamper Nigeria's reign

U.S. economy in 'tough time' Bush admits

Actis boss lauds Nigeria's business climate

Akwa Ibom, foreign firm to build $5.2b port

Lack of infrastructure may hinder Vision 2020, says Bankole

Monday, March 17, 2008

PENGASSAN may begin nationwide strike Wednesday

Nigeria, Ukraine move for stronger ties

David Mark cautions against delays in budget implementation

Nigerians seek probe of Obasanjo, others over energy contracts

World-class media centre takes shapes for G-8 Summit, 3000 journalists

24 cities for one-hour global black-out, at Earth Hour climate campaign

FHA, others battle CITEC over Abuja Mount Pleasant Estate

N100b IPO: First Inland Bank to allot full value to subscribers

A city in the grip of armed banditry

Aiyegbeni's shady transfer puts Nigeria in bad light

Gebrselassie takes Lisbon Half Marathonin solo run

NSC unveils package for elite athletes

Customs law set for review, says Comptroller-General

Oil prices slide marginally from record $111 a barrel

IMF calls for action on current global financial crises

Insurance firms may consolidate for energy business

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Judges' Appointment Ignites Indigenes' Debate

Power Behind The President: New Boys-In-The-Hood

Judges' Appointment Ignites Indigenes' Discourse

How Katsina's New Emir Emerged

Four Feared Dead, As Plane Goes Missing

Obasanjo, Atiku Meet

Mixing Prosperity With Faith Is Wrong-Headed, Says Daniels

Governors As The New Dictators

Heartland, Pillars Tango In Owerri

Uwak's Brace Takes Super Falcons To Third Olympics' Appearance

More Champions On The Way in Niger Delta, says Peter

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Ebonyi Councils Oppose Deduction Of Allocations

Bears Shrink Stock Indices By 1.7 Per Cent

Reps Vow To Recover N100b NDDC Arrears

Obasanjo Awarded NIPP Contracts Without Tenders Board, Says MD

Ogbulafor: The Race Isn't Often To The Swiftest...

NCF Unveils North-West Africa Tourney Logo

It's Arsenal Versus Liverpool

Falcons Plot Black Queens' Fall

Friday, March 14, 2008

Ogbulafor meets Anyim, Egwu, urges revisit of Ekwueme's report

Ministry denies awarding 300 energy contracts

Police foil bank raid, kill four armed robbers

INEC bars indigenes from Kogi guber polls

Muhammad, the Al-Ameen, trustworthy

War and highlife...a no love situation

Peter's victory rekindles the passion for excellence in boxing

Airline merger: Route to global survival

Heritage preservation (2)

WAMI countries' representatives visit NSE, plan integration

Wadata: Where looking good comes cheap

Dolphins gives up on promotion, focuses on FA, Confederation Cups

South Africa toys with home-based national team

FIFA inspectors return in May

Nigeria, Israel move to strengthen bilateral ties

Addax announces success at oil mining lease 123

Afenifere urges Yar'Adua to probe Wema Bank crisis

Oil prices sustain record rising profile, hit $111 a barrel

Thursday, March 13, 2008

U.S. report queries voting rights abuses in Nigeria

Oyo explains chief judge's reinstatement

Past leaders caused Niger Delta crisis, says Gowon

Senate panel halts recapitalisation of broking firms

U.S. report decries voting rights abuses in Nigeria

How nomadic education is being re-focused, by Muhammad

Mobil, PENGASSAN differ on workers' sack

How Black pepper boosts sex drive, skin health, others, by researchers

Insurers renew call for protection against risk

Researchers record major breakthrough in biofuel technology

Endless bug of human trafficking

Exchange lists International Breweries' 1.6 billion shares, boosts capitalisation

'What agents of evil have done'

Bada, Edet disagree with Igwe over Fasuba

South Africa's top professional wrestlers arrive Nigeria

NFA names Eagles' coach by month end

Nigeria raises oil supply to Ghana

IFC seeks wider investment windows for Nigeria's pension funds

Govt disbursesN18 billion to 19 states for pro-poor projects

Conoil, Total sign pact on oil block 257

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Senate probes police killing in Kogi

G-21 accepts Ogbulafor, insists on reform

Ajasin's widow, Babafunke, dies at 94

Yar'Adua insists on refund clause in contracts

NPA, tank farm owners in conflict over safety requirements at jetties

Will Ugwuh's slow pace win industrial revival race?

ABC: Another business vista?

ATM banking service and its blues

UNILAG gets digital centres from USAID, Zinox, others

Local software vendors flex muscles with foreign brands

FCMB partners Afren on exploration, production

Gas supply crisis hits PHCN again

Seeking new management for the nation's leading airports

Recapitalisation: Operators seek options to meet deadline

Beautification comes home in Ejigbo

NFL delegation for Soccerex, English Premier League

Okorodudu, Ejiofor task government on facilities

Ojokolo dumps 'Endurance' for 'Victory'

Govt targets 774 farm-gate cassava processing centres

Akwa Ibom monarchs appeal to Senate on oil spill

Commission plans Nigeria's nuclear power plant

NIGCOMSAT may roll out 20 million phone lines in 2012

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Intrigues stall Senate debate on local content law in oil sector

Financial independence of the judiciary is essential for successful democracy, says Akaraiwe

NNPC orders Venezuelan heavy crude for Kaduna refinery

Govt plans new deadline to end gas flaring

Intrigues stall Senate debate on local content law

Mark, Amaechi inspect arms cache in Ateke Tom's hide-out

Ogbulafor assumes duty, holds talks with Ali

At 30, NLC counts gains, challenges of struggles

Financial independence of the judiciary essential for successful democracy, says Akaraiwe

'On the concept of a new Nigerianna'

SEC issues guidelines on brokers' recapitalisation, insists on Dec deadline

Hope lost, hope regained

NFL bans Onikan Stadium

Peter's victory will open doors for Nigerian boxers, says Oboh

Vogts may replace Trapattoni at Salzburg

Austrian group to resume oil and gas exploration in Bauchi

Why U.S. investors shun Nigeria, by Soludo

Poor returns by microfinance banks worry NDIC

Monday, March 10, 2008

Exchange lifts technical suspension on three stocks

Wanted: Life bridges across Lagos

How govt will reduce poverty through new industrial policy, by minister

Senate probes N23 billion ecological fund

G-21 meets tomorrow over PDP convention

Peter knocks out Maskaev, confirmed WBC heavyweight champion

Buhari lists 20 fresh grounds to void presidential polls

Investigative Journalism... reclaiming the pride of pen profession

EU, UN-HABITAT in regeneration deal for 89 cities in Nigeria, others

Lagos, Nigerian Prison tango over beautification project

Dithering over investor's funds

Wanted: More bridges of life

Three European cities vie to host Play the Game conference

The Ibadan Boy, Odejayi, who shot down Chelsea

'I'm the best heavyweight in the world', says Peter

Insurance firm releases strategy to exploit opportunities in the sector

Minister lists how govt will reduce poverty through new industrial policy

Work out funding modalities, Yar'Adua directs ministry, Shell

World Bank power projects in Nigeria gulp $400m, says official

Saturday, March 08, 2008

How Electorates Encourage Leaders To Steal, By Suswan

Food Shortage Worries North West States

Emir Of Katsina Dies In Abuja

Ali Wants PDP Godfathers Checked

Without The Church, Nigeria Would Be In Serious Trouble, Says Ademowo

VP Applauds Ogbulafor's Emergence

Gabros, Anambra United Battle For Neros Cup

Odejayi's Strike Ends Chelsea's Run, Ferguson Rues Defeat

Falcons Thrash Namibian Gladiators 10-1

Friday, March 07, 2008

IATA Okays MMA2, Virgin Nigeria Adamant

Lagos PDP May Not Participate In Today's Congress

Ohakim Beats Araraume Again, As Tribunal Upholds Imo Gov's Election

...As Governors Back Ogbulafor

PDP: A Party And Its Many Controversial Conventions

Union Bank Commissions Swimming Pool

Fasuba Wins Gold

Nigerians In Mexico Rally Support For Samuel Peter

Painful queue...the years after

Yar'Adua okays Ogun free trade zone

Brass LNG set for take-off

Nigerians honour Awolowo, set benchmark for new leaders

Senate probes sale of Ajaokuta steel firm

Muhammad, the posthumous child

Muse, mimesis, and period eye: The gods as arbiters of societal mores

The battle for the soul of PDP climaxes in Abuja tomorrow

Air travel and pilots' age limit

Golden Securities becomes public liability company

Nigerians fall on ITTF ranking

Nigeria searches for new beginning at WJC in Egypt

Nigerians are outsiders as championship begins

Govt urged to harmonise clearance procedures at ports

IBTC Chartered Bank, Diamond Bank to aid $360m Abia power project

Rising cost of raw material threatens industrial firms

NPA threatens Lagos fuel supply over safety concerns

Thursday, March 06, 2008

Govt to enforce accident insurance laws

How gene mutations leads to longer lifespan, by Einstein researchers

Anxiety grips workers over planned privatisation of airports

Govt okays N5b loan for agric sector

President may drop nine ministers

Govt files treason, terrorism charges against MEND leaders

Ogebe at Senate panel, explains nomination for Supreme Court

We have repositioned UNN, says VC

Researchers tackle diabetes, hypertension, others with plant extracts

Mutual introduces cheapest insurance product

The Solar System (22)

Wages of failed GSM calls

U.S. envoy lauds NSE's growth

Barriers against Lagos traffic monster

Serena returns to action with win

Why Team Nigeria may not be Beijing

Why I quit Team Nigeria, by Okereke-Onyiuke

NECA lists conditions for continued contribution of private sector to ITF

FAO invests N47.2 billion in agric sector

Exchange records N283b transactions in January

NCC reels out more sanctions against errant GSM operators

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Kano court insists on trial of Ohuabunwa, others over Pfizer victims

Danjuma faults Obasanjo on steel mills

DPR fingers Oando over bad fuel

Gunmen kill soldier, kidnap kids, German

Govt worries about state of ports' environment

How to bring down cement prices, by WAPCO chiefs

IT challenges to e-payment system

The Nigerian tax regime and issues in equipment leasing

Microsoft to launch servers 2008 in Nigeria, Ghana

NCC, USPF link 500 schools to Internet

EXPRO wins N6.4b engineering contract

Oil and gas reform tailored towards Vision 2020, says Egbogah

Heritage preservation (1)

Stockbrokers seek U.S. support on multilateral training

Hope dims for 13-year-old quest for light

Ntiero may drag NFA to court over unpaid salaries

Onigbinde denies interviewing coaches

NFL orders Heartland, six others to pay coaches, players N37m

ITF, Singapore conclude talks on industrial training scheme

Oil prices slip to $102 a barrel

Council to promote Nigeria-U.S. trade

Budget 2008: Again, Senate, Reps disagree

PDP govs raise panel for consensus candidates

Holmes, Norton, other legends to watch PeterHolmes, Norton, other legends to watch Peter fight

Monday, March 03, 2008

Ali, Ciroma clash over PDP aspirants

Govt got N1.47 trillion revenue in fourth quarter, says CBN

Four airports for concessioning

Experts link economic growth to productivity

Activities of some judicial officers are reprehensible, says Jegede

NHIS: A scheme in need of new lifeline

Standard Bank receives $5.5 billion equity investment

Ahead of the rains, worry over Lagos canals

Ekoku backs Keshi to coach Eagles

Holmes, Norton, other legends to watch Peter

Court decides Mikel's case next week

HSBC records $17b loss to credit crisis

Insurance firms raise capital base beyond minimum regulation

Odu'a, Swiss firm seal pact on Premier, Lagos Airport hotels

Repairs on vandalised electricity towers to take nine weeks

Britain to sanction oil firms over gas flaring in Nigeria

Britain to sanction oil firms over gas flaring in Niger Delta

Bankole faults commission over Clerk's appointment

Britain may sanction oil firms over gas flaring in Niger Delta

Buhari heads for Supreme Court

Nigeria's first pilot, Hayes, lists ways to better air safety

Bankole faults N'Assembly commission over Clerk's appointment

A Daidaita Sahu... communicating with grassroots in their own language

$150m Merrill Lynch lifeline revives Lagos Royal Garden Estate project

Supreme Court raises alarm over Abuja N500m traffic lights project

A message from APRM

Operators fault allotment procedures for new issues

Another fire, another pain

Pharoahs to donate Nations Cup bonus to charity

Everton beats Portsmouth to remain fourth

Westerhof may return as Eagles' technical adviser

Envoy lauds Nigeria's economic growth outlook

Govt inaugurates committee on cassava production

Total gets approval to develop new oil field in Akwa Ibom

Nigeria commences review of agric policies, says Yar'Adua

Saturday, March 01, 2008

ASUU Threat: FG Threatens No Work No Pay

Yar'Adua Shrugs Off Further Challenge To Victory

Militants Attack Monarch's Home, Kill One

Adebayo, Haruna Tackle Danjuma

My Goal Is To Foster Inter-religious Tolerance - Ayodele

Congress: New Challenges For Ebonyi PDP

Four Premiership Clubs Jostle For Omotoyossi's Signature

Enyimba Seeks Double in Congo, Gombe Fights For Survival

Birmingham Bushwhack Tottenham, Arsenal Slip Again

Friday, February 29, 2008

Don Seeks Investment In Chemical Industry

WHO Boosts Nigeria's Anti-River Blindness Drive

Pomp, Accolades As TOS Benson Goes Home

Outages To End By 2011, Says Yar'Adua

A Season Of Election Tribunals Verdicts

ITTF Tightens Players' Eligibility For World Title Events

Nigeria Waits On ATTF For Olympic Ticket

Why NFA Shunned Keshi, Siasia, Others

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