Guardian News Archive for May 2008

Friday, May 30, 2008

Aviation: One year of slow but promising sector

Africa's air passenger traffic drops

Steve Rhodes passes on

President's Chief of Staff quits

Britain set to return N10b looted funds

NITEL faults Transcorp on alleged $750m investment

Mark, Sule, Others assess state of the nation

Treaty of the truce at Hudaibiyya (5)

Okosuns ... exit of a freedom fighter

Nigerians grope in dark as power crisis deepens

Aviation: One year of slow but promising sector sector

UAC records N3.78b profit

Night murder of a top cop

It's family before country, says McCarthy

South Africa aims to shock Eagles

We'll silence boastful South Africans, Kanu assures

Mark wants effective measure on inland waterways

Govt, U.S. firm create maintenance centre at Lagos airport

ITF strategises to stem tide of de-industrialisation in Nigeria

Akwa Ibom communities feud over ownership of oil & gas zone

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Yar'Adua, Mbeki to meet over mob violence

Edo, Delta, others list steps to electoral reforms

African leaders accuse rich nations of blocking continent's growth

Reps move to curb President's power on troops deployment

Govt decries Nigerians' plight on BA's flight

Abiola was beaten to death, says Al-Mustapha

NUT launches six children's story books

Yar'Adua's job creation agenda: Hope raised, hope dashed?

Researchers explore anti-stress potential of alligator pepper, ginseng extracts

Insurers laud consolidation policy, worry over business environment

Mars spacecraft in good health after first successful landing

GlaxoSmithkline pays N430 million dividend

Oh no! ...another building goes down

Santana dumps McCarthy from qualifiers

Kanu close to new deal, Utaka promises better outing

South Africans talk tough, as Eagles arrive

Minister canvasses harmonised fiscal, economic plans

BPP to sanction violators of Public Procurement Act

Govt reviews laws establishing parastatals, agencies

Nigeria to focus on production of seven crops, says Ruma

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Criticisms trail Mbeki's visit to Japan as violence spreads

How W.Afri.Tel fuels telecoms growth, by experts

Okocha suspends retirement, as Delta backs game with N20m

Eagles arrive today for Bafana Bafana

Corruption pushes Ikhana out of football

Okocha suspends retirement, as Delta backs match with N20m

M'East, Africa overtake Europe, U.S. in technology investment

American admits funding Israeli PM's political ambitions

NNPC averts another pipeline disaster in Lagos

Govt releases N1.6tr for capital, recurrent spending

Criticisms trail Mbeki's visit to Japan as violence spreads in S'Africa

Our desire, by Nigerian children

Govt fixes N33,000 as minimum wage for dockworkers

Yar'Adua's first year anniversary: Industrial sector hangs on hope

Sub-Saharan Africa: Private capital fuelling growth

Yar'Adua's one year in office: A tale of slow but steady economy?

NCC, HiTV collaborate on anti-piracy campaign

How W.Afritel fuels telecoms growth, by experts

NNPC sign N365 billion financing deal with Shell

Celebrating one year of governance in darkness, Nigerians groan

A quest for increased local content development

Ecobank records N7.5 billion profit

'It's all about children, a special day of fun for them '

Lagos airport automation for launch next week

Customs generates N56.7 billion from import duty, says spokesman

Oil prices drop below $130 on concerns over demand

Govt may revisit privatisation of Nigeria railway

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Ethiopian Court sentences Megistu to death

Experts warn against massive rice importation

MEND claims killing 11 soldiers, Army denies

M'East telecoms operators assure of interest in Nigeria

Ethiopian Supreme Court sentences Megistu to death

Nine die in pipeline fire, collapsed building

'Future bright for Nigerian children'

Stakeholders harp on review of corporate governance framework

A new Nigeria will be born when we have a people's constitution, says Fawehinmi

Nigerian children still yearning for their rights

Market capitalisation dips marginally on the Exchange

Children's Day: Some do, some do not

Reps, NFA commend Oceanic Bank on sports development

Arbitrators favour players in dispute over World Cup earnings

Kanu hopeful, as Amodu opens Eagles' third account in Graz

Institute decries low expenditure on agriculture

Foreign investors eye Encon's N60b placement

World body, stakeholders canvass law on technology innovations

South Korea protests breach of oil shipping accord by NNPC

Monday, May 26, 2008

Nigerians mourn as Okosuns, Atuegbu pass on

Nigerian waste-to-biogas scheme, others win $3.2m World Bank award

Africa tops investment destinations for M'East countries

Rising oil price raises fears of global air fare increases

ADB, IFAD join forces against hunger in Africa

OATUU, NLC task Mbeki on killing of migrant workers in S'Africa

Nigeria mourns as Okosuns, Atuegbu pass on

PDP sweeps Bayelsa, Sokoto re-run polls

AIT... creating global exposure for Nigerian soccer

Lagos waterfront projects gulp N8b, for completion by December

Nigerian waste-to-biogas scheme, others win $3.2m World Bank contest

Dithering fortunes of rural telephony project

Insurance stocks buoy trading volume

For Lagos roads, hope awakens

Kano Pillars is Glo League champion

Hamilton bounces back to reckoning, wins at Monaco

Olympic Eagles lift Malaysia Invitational trophy

Oil prices simmer after vaulting $135 a barrel

NICON: Court endorses FG, Ibrahim's settlement terms

Tax burden on workers worries government

Union wants govt to take over NITEL management

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Election Re-run: Bayelsa Speaker Manhandled

Monarch Lauds Fashola On Development

Opposition Tackle Chime Over N5b Contingency Fund

FG To Give N10b Credit To Rice Farmers

Aviation Chiefs In Fresh Probe Over Missing Aircraft

US Govt Names Atiku, Wife In Jefferson's Trial

Re-run Election Bayelsa Speaker Manhandled

Wilson Badejo: Reaching Out To The Less Privileged

Still Waiting On Promises

Okocha's Hull City secures Premier League place

Bigger Chances For Voters In Glo League Promo

Kano, Yenagoa, Owerri Await New Champions

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Try S'Court Over Budget Row, Reps Tell Yar'Adua

Court Okays Nnamani's Bid For Medical Treatment Abroad

Govt Protests, S'Africa Apologises Over Nigerians' Ordeals

How Reverend Sister, Teacher Sold Our Kid, By Parents

Bayelsa, Sokoto Elect Govs Today

Adesanya Goes Home In Glory

Waziri: Tough Cop In Uncanny Terrain

Nigeria, Australia For Final

Eyes On US, Heart On Samuel Peter's Footprints

Nwankwo Kanu: For years African players have been exploited...

Friday, May 23, 2008

Why Waziri can't assume duties at EFCC, by Mark

Nike... How art catapulted Madam Adire to limelight

Mobs, idle hands hold sway in South Africa

Good governance as an imperative for sustainable development, peace and security

U.S. Attorney's office asks court to exclude Atiku from Jefferson's case

Why Waziri can't assure duties at EFCC, by Mark

Obiakor, Nigerian General, set to be UN's top military chief

Senate panel sets one million houses target for FHA

Floods destroy 28 buildings in Awka, residents displaced

Govt shops for $40b infrastructure life-line

Treaty of the truce at Hudaibiyya (4)

Rising fuel cost puts air travel in limbo

Travant Capital targets US$300 million investment in Africa

Fear of the known...

Five feared dead celebrating UEFA Championship final

Grant can hold his head high, says Ferguson

Nigeria faces Chile in semifinals, as Australia confronts Ireland

Policy inconsistency bane of agric development, says IFPRI

Nigeria spends N251b yearly on food importation, says Minister

Crude oil price soars to new record of $135pb as OPEC loses hold on rally

NNPC's vessel lifts first crude oil consignment from Nigeria

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Primary school pupils get 132 new classrooms in Ogun

Report cites drop in conflicts involving kid soldiers

Govt defends N20.7 billion World Bank education loan

Fresh explosion scare at Ijegun, residents flee over spillage

Court grants Obasanjo-Bello bail

Senate urges creation of police tax fund

Record of states' suit against govt in Supreme Court, say counsel

Ogun rolls out achievements in education sector

Human capital as catalyst to Lagos mega city

How herbal mix restores sexual health in men, women

NAICOM rolls out code of corporate governance for industry

New artificial cornea promises vision for millions worldwide

The elastic battle for tobacco regulation

Custodian & Allied Insurance grows profit by 166 per cent

In Lagos, bulldozers roar against flood

Keegan will support Barton, says Lee

Spurs plays down Eto'o talk

Manchester United are champions of Europe again

Oil prices rise above $132 on U.S. supply drop, forecasts

Electricity: Govt urged to prevail on oil firms for gas

FADAMA III: FCTA gets N491.4m ADP fund

Court may determine NICON handover agreement today

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Nigeria now piracy 'hotspot,' says maritime bureau

Nigeria, EU okay more actions on Niger Delta, others

Adesanya ensured return of democracy, says Abubakar

Senator Kennedy diagnosed with brain tumor

NNPC reviews operations, floats shipping firms

ECOWAS earmarks N12b to fight food crisis

Govt may set up council for cabotage implementation

EPA untimely, stakeholders insist

The role of Bureau de Change in anti-money laundering

Curbing the monster of money laundering

West African telecoms market tickles investors

Nigeria heads AU ministers of communications bureau on ICT

NAPE reinstates commitment to development of geo-science education in Nigeria

NNPC, Mobil, Elf sign N354b funding pact

Buck passing as Lagos experiences another pipeline fire

SEC moves to enforce corporate governance ethics

LASTMA's raid 'from above'

Terry wants to prove credentials

Ferdinand hails Solskjaer's influence

UEFA plays down pitch fears

Equalisation fund okays new payment system

IFC to invest in private equity fund, boosts business in Africa

Govt to adopt new strategy for mineral development

Nigeria is most expensive for business, says World Bank survey

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

UNESCO concludes plan on African culture institute in Nigeria

ECOWAS ministers task member-states on free movement

Army raises alarm on arms spread

Nigeria orders N40b rice from U.S., India, Thailand

PDP may drop consensus option in candidates' selection

Court remands Obasanjo-Bello in police custody

Stemming brain drain in nursing profession

Magistrates can move to High Court Bench in Lagos, says Folami

Oando's first quarter turnover hits N69.40b

'Scared of robbers, he jumped ... and died'

Fash Football Challenge zonal elimination begins

NFA felicitates with Kanu over English FA Cup

Portsmouth players lose medals to thieves

Cocoa processing sector may collapse on power outages, EEG, EPA delay

External reserve: Orient refinery to save $1b yearly, says MD

Ecobank Group to recapitalise by $3 billion, records $86.4 million profit

EU faults Nigeria's insistence on delayed subscription to EPA

Monday, May 19, 2008

How to fast-track Nigeria's development, by Soludo

Babangida, Musa, Okogie differ over probe of Obasanjo's govt

Immigration repatriates 1,200 refugees to Chad

How to fast-track Nigeria's development by Soludo

Babangida, Musa, Okogie differ over probe of Obasanjo govt

NNPC may review rules for laying pipelines

Adstrat... defining the pace of brand communication

Wildlife populations plummeting in 'greatest extinctions ever,' warn experts

Trial commences over control of Lagos' 'Ebute-Ero loop' dispute

UBA, others announce full year results

From Libya with tears

Rafael Nadal beats Federer 7-5, 6-7, 6-4

Inter Milan wins Serie A title

Eagles tackle Malaysia for semi-final slot

Wema Bank divests from Great Nigeria Insurance

Oil prices rise to record above $127 on Goldman report, China demand

Mobil to establish gas plant in Akwa Ibom

Provision of power is govt's priority, says Yar'Adua

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Students Commend, Criticise JAMB At UME Centres

Students Commend, Critize JAMB At UME Centres

Jang's Probe Of Dariye Excites Supporters

Ex-London Cleaner, Obasohan, Elected Mayor

French President, Chinese Embassy Condole With Fire Victims' Families

Akinola Blames Food Crisis On Greed

National Assembly, Constitutional Assembly And The Nigerian Federation

Why Tennis Stagnates In Nigeria, By Abinu

Nigerian Youths Go To War Over N4.618m

Kanu Lifts Cup For The Third Time

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Govt Sets Aside N200B To Tackle Food Crisis

C'Rivers To Corporate With UN Over Bakassi

Gunmen Kidnap Elf Manager

Girl Survives, Another Boy Not So Lucky

Sokoto By-election: Is Aliyu Wamakko Qualified To Run Again?

For Transparency, Final Matches Hold Same Day, Says Idoko

One small step, one giant leap!

Nwankwo Kanu Set To Rewrite Record

Friday, May 16, 2008

Intrigues as ex-govs seek Chief of Staff's removal

Another pipeline inferno

Nigeria, our biggest test, says Malaysian goalkeeper

Omagbemi still captain despite U.S. club's loss

Ezeugo joins call for Gimba, Adamu's resignation

Yar'Adua okays new acting chairman, scribe for EFCC

Foreign investments hit $13b, as Nigeria gets $650m ADB aid

Intrigues as ex-govs seek Chief of Staff's remova

Uncertainty trails 'impeachment' of Ogun State Speaker, deputy

Treaty of the truce at Hudaibiyya (3)

Inland waterways: Presidency clears NIWA for legal action against Lagos

The many headaches of Kano censors' board

New UME format, answer sheet await candidates Saturday

Earthquake: The latest headache for Beijing, ahead of Olympics

Panel faults Soludo's appointment as AFC chairman

Textile revival fund ready, as manufacturers task govt on petrochemical industry

Lemon grass tea, dried banana pulp lower blood cholesterol, heart disease risk

Safety, security implications of mushroom aerodromes

Stakeholders canvass co-operation of oil majors on local content policy

Secret to long life? Not so simple, scientists say

Project 'GEAR' in post consolidation game plan

AFC probe: Cutting the nose to spite the face?

Etisalat Nigeria debuts at ITU 2008

ITU pins even mobile spread to lower tariffs

Indigenous oil service firm, Nestoil, to invest N50b in offshore activities

Why Niger Delta problems may not be solved soon, by minister

Human rights in Nigeria in the 60th year of the universal declaration of human rights (5)

Encon warms up for quotation on Exchange

Roads for love lift Taraba

Delta Force, Plateau Rocks win

Justine Henin announces shock retirement

Under-23 Eagles face Iraq today

Committee members explain oil sector reform strategy

CBN chieftain tasks banks on lending

We will not revoke any operator's licence, says Ndukwe

Debt Management Office plans 15 years bonds

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Jonathan, Soyinka, others seek justice in Niger Delta

Quake kills 9,000, buries 900 pupils in China

Yar'Adua orders arrest of aviation chiefs over missing plane

Obasanjo explains absence at power probe panel

New trends in high-tech recruiting

Political corruption is worse than criminal corruption, says Dodo

A breather for private healthcare providers

IST strikes out SEC's suit on Treasureline

For their future, Lagos rode a bicycle

Ruthless Kotoko sacks Dolphins, wins 4-1

Erico cries foul, as NFA pays Amodu 2002 entitlements

Grant, Mikel have high hopes

AISAN advocates right charting system for Nigeria's airspace

Senate harps on due process in sale of Lagos fair complex

Industrial common facility centre to produce N1.6b shoes by 2009, says minister

Yar' Adua faults multiple taxation

Monday, May 12, 2008

Governors fault PDP panel report, Ogbulafor allays fears

Funds shortage may stall Shagamu-Benin Road repairs

Obasanjo, Atiku may not testify at Reps' panel

Kids, mothers march against kidnapping

Opposition mounts against delayed passage of FOI bill

Lagos, families tussle over 18 villages acquired for free trade zone

Lagos, developers in N9.5b Oluwole redevelopment scheme

Human rights in Nigeria in the 60th year of the universal declaration of human rights (4)

Exchange lists Investment & Allied Insurance, boosts capitalisation

Greenery, beauty return to Lagos

Ondo, Ogun halt Delta's dominance

Terry's injury adds to Chelsea's woes

Giggs seals title for Man Utd

LCCI asks govt to channel 20 per cent foreign reserve to infrastructure

OTC records N121b transactions, as firms present scorecards

Nigerian Customs, insurance firms ally on bonds

NPDC targets 150,000 bpd oil production

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Nnamani, Masari Back Report Limiting Obasanjo's Powers

Oil Worker, Toddler Kidnapped In Rivers

National Assembly Leaders Bicker

Baptist Is Unique Because Of The Liberty To Operate - Osuolale

The Drift To One Party State

Giving Ping Pong A Lease Of Life

Dolphins Up Against Boastful Kotoko

Manchester United, Chelsea Set For Dramatic Finish

Saturday, May 10, 2008

PDP Summons FCT Minister Over Envoys' Security Fears

Edo Blasts Enoma's Family Over Widow's Ordeal

Horror In Anambra : Robbers Kill Eight Policemen, Civilians

Counting The Cost Of Electoral Justice

Ferguson Ties Title Hope On Bolton

Extra Policemen For Man. United, Wigan Clash

Enyimba Qualify, Dolphins Hopeful

Exploiting The Potentials Of Phosphate

'Nigerian Employees Of LNG Must Get Maximum Opportunity To Show What They Can Do'

Friday, May 09, 2008

Police People Marathon stakeholders' dinner with IG holds May 11

Tug of war championship begins in Lagos

Fund threatens Team Nigeria's medal quest

Senate raises 37-member panel to review Constitution

Obasanjo's govt lawless, says Aondoakaa

Treaty of the truce at Hudaibiyya (2)

Taking Tourism to the next level

Lagos-Benin road, still a hard road to travel

Passengers chase few airlines

Fiscal responsibility:A fundamental tool for infrastructural development in the Niger Delta

Construction sub-sector leads bulls as index grows 8.67 per cent

To save a Lagos flyover

Tax evaders to face prosecution, says tax agency boss

Abia's leather, garment cluster facility for commissioning today

CITN canvasses accelerated hearing on tax bills

Stop NNPC from importing ethanol, MAN tells govt

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Reps to review power projects' contracts

Panel finds 65 grounded aircraft at airports

Senate honours Adesanya

Nigeria misses local content target in oil sector

Education Minister,Vice Chancellors plot ASUU's fall

Anti-graft rally not targeted at Obasanjo, says labour

Turmeric shows promise as natural pain-killer

Premium rate abuses resurface in post-consolidation industry

Asteroid impact 65m years ago triggered global carbon beads hail

Human rights in Nigeria in the 60th year of the universal declaration of human rights (3)

Nigerian Breweries evolves new dividend policy

Inferno in Lagos at dawn

Dolphins targets good outing in Accra

...As AFN adds more events to NSC relays

Itanyi tips Osayomi for medal

Oil prices rise to yet another record level of $123 a barrel

Fresh challenges threaten West Africa gas project

World Bank reviews mines, steel programme in Nigeria

Reps to upturn power projects' contracts

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Probe panel may order withdrawal of $480m in AFC

Don't muzzle the opposition, Ciroma panel warns PDP

Gowon, Rawlings blame leaders for Africa's woes

Calabar port suffers low patronage, as contractors abandon dredging project

Repositioning the basic metal sectoral group of MAN

FDI into Nigeria on the rise, as criticisms trail AFC's probe

World Development Indicators: Developing countries still lagging behind?

How Mobile Tv works

Digital Mobile Tv flags off in Nigeria

Senate scores NNPC low on downstream activities

DPR sets new deadline for permits renewal application

Looming food crisis takes toll on equity investment

In Benin City, rain is pain

Equity settles league officials' claims

Eaglets' coach Dike to grace Pepsi League final in Abeokuta

Edet rues late payment of training grants

Singapore shares N35.5b surplus among citizens

Swiss group pledges support for Yar'Adua's economic agenda

Oil prices sustain rising profile, hit record $122 a barrel

FG, states to settle excess crude dispute out of court

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Multi-door court is gain in dispute resolution, says Smith

Mother, two kids die in fire accident

States' misuse of funds, bane of Niger Delta, says Kingibe

Yar'Adua opts for talks with Lagos on disputed property, others

Experts list path to sustainable pension scheme

Fading optimism of govt free trade zones

Nigerian Breweries ends debt repayment, records 74 per cent profit rise

Danger! Unlatched containers on the highway

Okocha's testimonial match gets more corporate support

Chelsea's win keeps title race alive

AFN officials, athletes disagree over training grant

NAICOM, NCRIB reach truce over insurance brokers' registration

Air passenger traffic on the rise, says IATA

Crude oil prices rise above $120 a barrel

Global oil industry focus shifts from Nigeria to Angola

Monday, May 05, 2008

BPE pays N155b labour claims to workers of privatised firms

President denies role in probe of Obasanjo

Speaker vows to stop polls in Lagos new councils

How 'peace journalism' can foster peace in Niger Delta

Poor children main victims of climate change, says UN

$200m World Bank upgrade scheme begins in nine Lagos slums

Ghana, Nigeria dialogue on trade issues, says Kufuor

Firm creates two new subsidiaries

Taraba in double tragedy

Bada hails Nigerian athletes, as Chukwuemeka 'puts' second place

Onigbinde upbeat about Eagles' success

At last, Wenger sets for £15m bid for Martins

Bush seeks $770 million for global food crisis

Exchange records N990b turnover in first quarter

...As minister blames epileptic energy situation on 'wet gas'

Govt assures of improved power supply this week

Sunday, May 04, 2008

Crisis Hits Adamawa PDP Over SSG Appointment

Militants Kidnap Two; Mrs. Idisi Freed

Calabar Gets Second Obong In Two Months

Makinde, Elechi Demand Purposeful Governance

Jakande:All Factions Must Unite For Credible Leadership

Dike: Life Without Basketball Is Unimaginable

Saturday, May 03, 2008

Court Orders British Airways To Pay N2m Compensation To Nigerian

Reps Commence Investigation Into Financial Activities Of States

Henry Okah Loses Bid For Open Trial

A Time For The Opposition To Realign

Baby Falconets Battle Liberia

We'll Prove Our Mettle, Says Otorogu

NFA Unveils Eagles' Coaches, Yet To Fix Salaries

Friday, May 02, 2008

Nigeria workers bemoan their woes on May day

Moans, groans on Workers' Day

NFA unveils Eagles' coaches today

Festivities, as Beijing starts 100-day Olympic countdown

Anelka urges Redknapp to have faith in Kanu

Workers Day: Experts seek for a revisit of Labour laws

Japan commits N11b on Yar'Adua's seven-point development agenda

Newspaper owners decry Reps' failure to pass FOI bill

No vacuum in Yoruba leadership, says Falae

We'll produce a people's Constitution, Mark pledges

Treaty of the truce at Hudabiyya

In Abraka, Sam Ukala's works dissected on theatre slab

Liberalising air transportation: The only way out for African airlines

Nigeria's 2007 Elections: What went right

Zenith Bank floats N8.b mutual funds offer

New postal policy, regulation underway

Workers day: Experts call for a revisit of Labour laws

Japan commits N11b on Nigeria's seven-point development agenda

Vision 2020: Nigeria needs N14tr investments in energy sector, says Daggash

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Labour may ask for pay rise today, to protest graft May 8

Labour may ask for pay rise today

Court orders police to arrest Kenny Martins, Dumuje

Obasanjo got only four plots, says El-Rufai

New UBE curricula unveiled in Lagos

PenCom assures contributors, plans sanctions against defaulters

Exclusive breast feeding reduces maternal deaths, say paediatricians

Insurers move rapidly to increase awareness, market penetration

Scientists move closer to artificial photosynthesis

Global Joseph Project (GJP) (2)

Afribank records N12.2 billion post tax profit

Lagos declares 'no street for beggars'

Nigeria's stranded contingent finally returns from Cameroun

Mourinho storms Lagos for soccer clinic

Amokachi, Enyimba feud over Eagles' job

Recapitalisation: SEC gets waiver from CAC on filing fees

Ecobank, Sterling Bank discontinue merger talks

Govt Introduces new tariff regime for electricity

Nigeria needs N950b to revive agric sector, says minister

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