Guardian News Archive for June 2008

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Govt, Oil firms Count Losses

Report Indicted Borishade, Others Over N19.5B Fund

Akpabio Warns Council Bosses About Graft

Tribunal Condemns INEC Over Elections, Sacks Senator Uzamere

Govt, Oil Companies Count Losses

How Report Indicted Borishade, Others Over N19.5Bn Fund

Christian Leaders Seek Answer To Leadership Problems

The Niger Delta: Begging An Old Question

Best Player Award Still Open

Serena and Venus Williams finally restore order

Kickboxing: Giving Nigeria's Combat Sports A Leap

Friday, June 27, 2008

Ani Joins C'River Govt In Obongship Suit

Uwais Pledges Proper Handling Of Electoral Reform

Gunmen Attack Ex-Delta Speaker, Igbrude, Kill Brother In-Law

Many Probes, Sordid Revelations But Little Change?

Spaniards Refuse To Rule Out Villa

Enegwa: The Last Of 'The 89 Warriors' Still Holding On

Super Eagles, Torn Between Beautiful Football And Good Result

Non-iodised salt may cause brain damage in 38 million kids

NITEL workers threaten to strike over unpaid salaries, pension

New copyright regulations abuse of rule of law, due process, say stakeholders

Oil firms to meet Presidency on Niger Delta

Non-iodised salt may cause brain damage in 38 milliuon kids

President returns FoI, fiscal bills, others to N' Assembly

Transport officials withdrew N31b of unspent funds, says minister

Blessings of Dhikr, remembrance of Allah

Attack on Bonga: Exposing the vulnerability of the nation's oil industry

Overcoming jet lag

Rule of law and its implications in Nigeria

First Inland Bank offer records 185.1 per cent subscription

Lamentations in Coal City

Italian Embassy Cup competition excites Gov Sylva

How to improve sports in Lagos, by stakeholders

Okocha Eagles beat World XI

PENGASSAN seeks review of penalty on gas flare

NITEL worker threaten to strike over unpaid salaries, pension

Govt appoints accounting firm to verify oil marketers' claims

MAN wants govt to use excess revenue for new petrochemical plants

Thursday, June 26, 2008

TSS: Govt's obligation limited to Unity Schools, says Aja-Nwachukwu

Association creates awareness on dental care

Edet tips Osayomi to win 100m, says men's event open

TUC wants govt to halt mass sack in FAAN, NAMA

PDP claims end of Adamawa crisis, Speaker, members to meet

Graft in water sector threat to growth, says TI

ECOWAS leaders task commission on energy, rail, others

N41b power sector funds never released, Bankole declares

TSS: FG committed to Unity Schools' teachers only, says Education Minister

Forum charts path for women in financial sector

Spicy route to beating diabetes, obesity

NCRIB vows to resist banks' infringement on universal banking practice

Mars probe delivers soil sample, confirms frozen water discovery

The battle for the soul of a National hospital

Intercontinental Bank to increase share capital, holds yearly meeting

Kanu asks for more years, Mikel ready to fight for place

Edet tips Osayomi to win 100m, says men event open

World stars gather in Warri for Okocha

TUC wants govt to halt mass sack in FAAN, NMA

Fashola seeks improved revenue allocations to states, councils

NACRDB invests N29 billion on agricultural projects

Promote SMEs for economic development, UNIDO advises Nigeria

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Bosso fines Ibrahim N10, 000 for lateness to camp

Taiwo rues life without Oruma at Marseilles

Durotoye's feat signals keen competition, says Bada

Support seven-point agenda or quit, Bankole tells Reps

UN, African leaders want shift of Zimbabwe's run-off polls

PDP moves to stop Nyako's impeachment

Mark alleges attempts to bribe Aviation probe panel members

Port Reform: Government moves to sanction erring concessionaires

Nigerians await cheaper imported cement

Leasing in Nigeria needs enabling legal frame work, says Diji

Inflation: The latest bogey facing global central banks

Govt may announce NCC, NBC mega merger soon

Etisalat plans big for Quality of Service

Amni, Afren complete Okoro field's wellhead platform

Chinese firm may dump Nigeria for Niger Republic over N36b refinery project

Agenda for the electoral reform panel

Indices dip further on the Exchange

Still the war against flood

NASB seeks early passage of FRC bill

Ecobank secures $75m U.S. Ex-Im facility

Weekly demand for forex hits $289m

Nigeria backs hike in oil production to stabilise prices

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Yar'Adua tasks ECOWAS leaders on non-tariff barriers

World leaders worry over Zimbabwe

Why attack on Bonga field was easy, by oil firms' chiefs

Minister faults composition of oil block probe panel

Implications of aviation agencies' relocation on human capital

NJC's say on appointment of judges should rule, says Rotimi-Williams

Agenda for the electoral panel

Exchange lists Tantalizers' shares, boosts capitalisation

The good, the bad side of a city

Wolves accepts Olofinjana's request

Pillars gets Globacom's N5m, commendation

Rookie Durotoye shocks Fasuba, eyes Mobil's N1m

Union calls for repositioning of steel industry

Implementation of tourism master plan will accelerate development, says minister

Oil prices rally after Jeddah meeting, militants' attack in Nigeria

NRC plans new financial strategy for operational revival

Monday, June 23, 2008

Senate begins public hearing on N19.5b aviation fund

800 feared dead in Philippines typhoon

Govt orders Shell to reinstate SNEPCO's autonomy

Oil fetches N1.57 trillion as govt earns N1.89 trillion

NNPC, Mobil, others okay N26b gas project pact

Mark seeks financial independence for N'Assembly

The battle for guild of editors' leadership

How FCT got govt backing for 'hard-sell' Abuja Boulevard project

FERMA gets concession committee, hires road consultants

From France with hope

Stock indices dip further, as bulls sustain dominance

A challenge from Modupe Cole Home

Sports seminar holds in Kwara

Amodu to call up more players

Fasuba, Osayomi, others vie for Olympics tickets

U.S. sustains lead as Nigeria's top trading partner

12 firms present scorecards to the Exchange

NIPCO to commission N7 billion gas plant in July

How to achieve Vision 2020 target, by professionals

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Nigeria, EU Reach Agreement On EPA

Foreign National Nabbed With Arms

Edo PDP Factions Consider Settlement Proposal In Meeting

Opposition, Chime Trade Accusations Over Road Contracts

June 12: IBB was intimidated, says Shagaya

Justice Ejiwunmi, Oliver De Coque Die

Why Methodist Church Is Being Tranformed, By Makinde

Nigeria, Cameroun Clash in Abuja

Nigeria Qualifies For Nations Cup

Pillars, Warri Wolves Vie For N5m

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Senate Panel May Sanction Agencies Over Documents

Fed. High Court Raises Panel To Review Rules

Yar'Adua Seeks Law On Entitlements For National Assembly Ex-officers

EFCC Goes After Fraudsters

NAFDAC Begins Awareness Drive Over Killer Beans

Bankers Allege Witch-hunt By Reps' Probe Panel

Brainy Beatrice's Beautiful Testimony

Mikel May Start, As Yakubu Targets First Goal Under Amodu

Amodu Shuaibu's scorecard!

Is This Man (Rafael Nadal) Another Bjorn Borg?

Friday, June 20, 2008

S'East senators allege zone's marginalisation in board jobs

Reps to summon Agagu, Imoke on concessioning

Government launches e-tourism campaign

United Nations moves to finalise action on Bakassi

Waziri orders return of N50b PEF gifts

S'East senators allege marginalisation in board jobs

Excess crude account bill suffers setback at Senate

Governors okay N628b for power supply

The beauty of the Holy Quran

Smooth is Nigeria's pace towards hosting UNESCO institute

Stock prices: Investors panic as regulators move to douse fears

Enforcing air passengers' rights

Mark revs up awareness on capital market institute's bill

Fire at NPA, Lagos

Linford Christie accuses Britain of institutionalised racism

Brazilian players flay fans for applauding Messi

Amodu looks beyond E'Guinea, hopes to pick ticket in Abuja

Association wants return to cotton inspection regime

Chinese firm to set up computer wares' plant in Nigeria

Govt plans value added policy on raw materials

Reps to summon Agagu, Imoke, on concessioning

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Bafana Bafana seeks revenge against S'Leone

MEND, David-West fault govt on amnesty for militants

Panel needs N6b to resettle Bakassi residents

Teachers meet Senate panel, shift strike

Govt seeks N17.8b to reform pharmaceutical sector

Nigeria seeks more investment in telecoms

Senate considers parole system over prison congestion

NUT wants new teachers' salary structure formalised

Human capital development as growth option for Niger Delta

How mango, pineapple extract reduces risk of diseases

Irukwu tasks insurers on innovative products for insuring public

Astronomers find batch of 'super-Earths'

Beta Glass records 127 per cent rise in profit

A city set upon...chaos

Falconets' double strike sinks Ghana

Bafana seeks revenge against S'Leone

Adisa wants lift for Eagles, crew

Rice supply crisis in S. East Asia easing

Oil prices rise again ahead of U.S. energy report

W. Africa has 82m mobile phone subscribers, says report

Govt plans facility for gas development

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The storm over Lagos waterways

Kapital Insurance set for listing on the Exchange

Red alert on Ijora flyover

Araraume loses bid on briefs submission

Ndoma-Egba, Akunyili, Chikelu, others may lose Abuja plots

Nigeria summons Cameroun's envoy over Bakassi violence

Rivers truth panel a witch-hunt, says Odili

CNPP threatens boycott of future polls

FG to get 54 per cent in new revenue formula

Pirates' attacks, diesel scarcity push up seafood prices

Cement importation: In whose interest?

Any difference between microfinance and micro credit?

The place of microfinance in the nation's economy

Helios Towers boss predicts boom for telecoms operators

NCC, stakeholders ruminate on consumer issues

Warri refinery to undergo upgrading, expansion process, says management

Oriental partners Afren to develop Ebok field

Chievo plots Obinna's stay

Eagles' lackluster performance worries Ilerika

NFA bemoans govt's large delegation at away ties

Zenith Bank boss seeks focus on development of infrastructure

Delta legislators query DESOPADEC's budget proposal

Subscribers urge reduction in telecoms tariff

Govt to review agenda for agriculture

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Nigeria hits 90 per cent digitalisation in cable transmission

The constitutional implications of teachers' strike

Super Eagles back in Abuja for E'Guinea

Scolari tests Premiership against Portsmouth

Obaseki denies accusing officials of corruption

Eagles back in Abuja for E'Guinea

Africa panel urges action on global food crisis

Ekweremadu tasks opposition on constitutional roles

Why Niger Delta summit must hold, by Amaechi

UN climate summit ends, regrets poor effort against warming

PDP has failed Nigeria, says Okogie

13 firms get licences to import cement

A 'multi-door' way to quick justice

African children groan under high mortality, malnutrition

SEC launches e-dividend, plans dematerialisation of other activities

Tears, pleas over roads

Imo signs MOU with Slovak car plant group

Iran withdraws $75b from Europe

Crude oil rises to record $139.89 as dollar drops

Nigeria attains 90 per cent in cable transmission

Monday, June 16, 2008

A lift unto hope for one with Down syndrome

Saving Nigerian languages from extinction

Nadal records first grass win

Chambers' bid to compete in Beijing fails again

Amodu promises dominance, as Eagles beat Guinea

Globacom wins GSM licence in Ghana

One year after, remains of murdered Nigerian still in Spain

David-West, AC task govt on Niger Delta

62 feared dead in China rains

Nigerian politicians slam Nwosu over June 12

Govt owes road contractors N950b, says minister

For better welfare, journalists seek stakeholders' collaboration

Govt moves to remove governor's consent from land law

Africa's resources rapidly running out, warn Anyaoku, WWF

SEC approves new allotment procedure for NSL's N12.4b IPO

Why stock indices crashed, by Okereke-Onyiuke

ALSCON exports 72 tonnes of aluminium ingots to Europe

Nigeria to benefit from Gates' Foundation

Rising oil prices inimical to African airlines

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Govt Interference In Universities Worries Vice-Chancellors

Akume, Gogwim Know Fate Tomorrow

Activist Urges Nigerians To Hold Leaders Accountable

Govt Interference Worry Vice-Chancellors

Why UK Backed Waziri For EFCC Job

Cabinet Shake-up: Agitation To Recovery Special Houses Resurfaces

Adedibu: Soyinka, Nigerians In US Differ

'I'm Motivated By People's Suffering'

June 12: Many Sides Of An Enigma

Portugal May Be Tougher For Swiss, Says Kuhn

Malawi, Gabon Stun Egypt, Ghana

Super Eagles Set To Maintain Unbeaten Run In Malabo

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Tribunal To Announce Judgement Day In Agagu, Mimiko Suit

Wema Bank MD, Omoyemi, Committed No Forgery, Say Police

Okorie Lauds APGA's Victory At Re-Run Polls

Nigerian Becomes Part-Owners Of U.S Law Firm

Teachers Seek Removal Of Education Minister, Suspend Strike

Electoral Reforms To Take Effect From December Next Year, Says Yar'Adua

'My Journey Into Politics Was A Divine Call'

NFL Mum On Ikhana's Allegations, Announces Super Eight Prizes

...Romania Draw Puts Italy On Precipice

Holland Hammers France 4-1

Friday, June 13, 2008

June 12: The faithful still stand 15 years on

Guantanamo detainees win at U.S. Supreme Court

We'll resist foreign take-over of Nigerian banks, CBN insists

Harry, Dikibo murders were political, says Dokubo-Asari

Yar'Adua pledges to double Nigeria's crude output

June 12 will be actualised, say politicians, others

Adedibu buried amidst tears, tributes

Virtuous rulers are the pride of a nation

How to make STRAP more effective, by MCSN boss

Abiola: What fate has befallen the estate of the mogul, fifteen years after?

The rise of airport hotels

SEC moves to lower transaction costs in capital market

June 12: The faithful still come 15 years on

Croatia bushwhacks Germany, wins 2-1

Eguma charges Eagles to win away games

Eagles fly to Malabo tomorrow, Mikel doubtful

Ugwuh canvasses greater U.S. presence in key sectors

Wholesale cashless economy not feasible, says Sanusi

Most mining licences in speculators' possession, says minister

Nigeria to get seat on Islamic bank's board

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Federal Executive C ouncil okays $330 million loan for roads

EFCC arraigns former Triumph Bank MD, others

Reps task President Yar'Adua on extra budget

Teachers down tools, govt rules out talks

Nigerians seek true federalism, Nwosu speaks on June 12

His Life and Times

Education sector still at crossroads

Ebonyi, labour trade tackles over monetisation

Researchers identify antibiotic, antioxidant, antifungal activities of local plants

Unity Bank acquires 51 per cent equity in Kapital Insurance

Bionic hand wins top tech prize

Exchange lifts suspension on financier account

A touch of heart for little Andrew

Dutch coach skeptical about Robben

Kaduna good enough to host the world, says Warner

Enyimba, Pillars' clash ends in mayhem

Govt votes N300m to prepare new mortgage policy

Appeal Court orders NNPC to pay $22.6m judgment debt

Oil block controversy: Shell denies owing Oando $65m

No food crisis in Nigeria, says forum

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Steel pipes' production and the local content agenda

C'Wealth moves to bridge gap between govt, opposition

Criticisms trail Abubakar's call on Nigerians to forget June 12

Don't travel out without relevant papers, govt warns Nigerians

Two feared killed as militants attack oil vessel

Mark lists conditions for creation of states

C'Wealth insists on reforms of IMF, others

Maritime operators score government high, set agenda for future

Outsourcing of currency processing and distribution, by CBN

Agenda for cash movement reform

EU operators hike non-EU roaming rates

Firms sing new songs in telecoms as W.Afritel expo ends

Electricity regulator issues ultimatum to power distribution companies

U.K firm, Furmanite, plans to explore West African oil, gas market

Michael Ade-Ojo: Celebration of grace at 70

Blue chip stocks surge indices

Danger after dinner

Pillars, Enyimba light up Abuja, as Lobi, Nasarawa clash in Calabar

Gunmen kidnap Enyimba's boss, Anyansi Agwu, demand N16m ransom

Amodu upbeat, as Eagles regroup for E'Guinea

Africa needs N2 trillion for energy

Developing countries' growth resilient despite soaring food, energy prices, says report

ICAO begins security audit of Nigerian aviation

World Bank worries over non-utilisation of loans by state govts

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

NCC, MTN assure on customer protection

Africa's military spending rises by 51 per cent

FIRS recovers N12.5b from failed banks

Fawehinmi asks court to sack Waziri as EFCC chief

Labour decries high cost of diesel, kerosene

OPEC unfolds N19.2 trillion investment to raise output

The gathering storm over proposed new wage

There is need to declare a state of emergency in justice sector, says Umeh

Benefits of share repurchase, by SEC

In Lagos, flood menace continues

France fails to break down Romania

Oliseh optimistic about Eagles' chances

NFL meets tomorrow, invites Ikhana

Mixed reactions trail NLNG Act amendment exercise

New power plant takes off in Enugu

Govt signs MOU with Russian firm

Low quality of life in Nigeria worries UNDP

Monday, June 09, 2008

Agogo's double keeps Ghana winning

Croatia labours to beat Austria

Leonians were better, but we got the three points, says Uche

ECOWAS adopts new vision for regional infrastructure

8.2 million children may be orphaned by HIV/AIDS, says UNICEF

SEC, NSE, CBN, others review margin trading

U.S., France step up ties with Nigeria

Abacha served Nigeria well, say Buhari, Abdulsalami

N'Assembly can't confirm service chiefs, Army insists

Reminiscing on crash of the National Concord

10-year-old Nigerian tops Africa list in UNEP's painting contest

Mortgage firm, Lagos, developer, logjam over Royal Garden Estate development

Racing to beat the electronic ticketing deadline

Analysts suggest investment in energy sector, as equity indices dip

For the judiciary, a call for prayers

ICAO begins security audit of Nigerian aviation sector

NAICOM releases NICON, NigeriaRe to Jimoh Ibrahim

Glo Mobile takes services to Benin Republic

Govt retrenches 121,731 workers

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Leaders Must Emulate Christ's Leadership - Ikuomola

Idoma Celebrates Mark's One Year As Senate President

China Supports People-Oriented Democracy In Africa, Says Envoy

Ohanaeze blames North for FoI impasse

Clinton Bows Out, backs Obama

Meshida, UNILAG Don, Wins NLNG Science Prize

Obasanjo, Soyinka, Ulli Beier, trade words

Through Blood To A River Of Peace

Austria looks to avoid losing self-control against Croatia

Czech Republic Beat Hosts, Switzerland, 1-0

Eagles Beat Sierra Leone 1-0, South Africa Win

Saturday, June 07, 2008

Police Probe Baby's Disappearance

Suspected Kidnappers, Cross-Border Car Snatchers Held In Imo, Lagos

Don't Compromise On Anti-Graft war, Govt. Warns Waziri

UN Releases Gambari For Niger Delta Summit

Wahab Falawiyo Dies At 79

Governors Drop Suit On Federation Account Deduction

Copyright Upholder: Naiwu Osahon's Better Half

Croatia Court England's Support

A New Look Eagles?

'My Destiny Not In Anybody's Hands', Says Mikel

Friday, June 06, 2008

Hull denies Okocha's new contract

Nigerian chemist claims discovery of 13 new drugs

Hillary Clinton backs Obama for presidency

Airlines cut jobs over aviation fuel price hike

Appeal Court confirms Ibrus' ownership of Ilashe Tourist Resort

Yar'Adua, Ban, others seek safer environment

Senate endorses Waziri as EFCC boss

Islam on treaties, covenants

What Oyinlola told UNESCO team

Worldwide excitement as historic candidate, Obama, beats Clinton in the race to White House

Sustaining the country's aviation through fleet renewal

Participatory democracy as an ingredient for sustainable development

SEC seeks U.S. support on extradition of fraudulent operators

Looking good, good for Lagos

MTN to sponsor Lagos Street Soccer

Ronaldo out of United's party against Pompey in Nigeria

Tigers decline Okocha's contract extension request

Nigerian-British Chamber set to build N1.5 billion plaza

Experts canvass entrepreneurship development fund

Teachers may get govt's nod on salary increase

Govt raises hope on Mobil's gas-to-liquid project

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Tennis world awaits Nadal-Djokovic semi-final 'battle'

Bankole urges donor agencies to focus on priority areas

I'm a friend of Israel, says Obama

Govt scraps tenders boards, raises procurement depts

No pact with UNESCO on presidential library, says Obasanjo

27 parties protest delay in FoI Bill

Tears still flow for Kudirat Abiola 12 years after

Good tales from UNIBEN

TUC demands N30,000 minimum wage

How herbal, nutritional cocktail boost health in sickle cell patients

Insurers' agenda for Yar'Adua: Conducive business environment, premium payment

Computer model reveals how brain represents meaning

Remembering the martyr of democracy

Exchange lists Fidson Healthcare's shares, boosts capitalisation

Waiting, praying for little Ogochukwu

Ferdinand arrives Nigeria tomorrow

Bada, others inch closer to gold medal

Tennis world prepares for Nadal-Djokovic semi-final 'battle'

Energy crisis: Pakistan moves clock forward

Global airline chiefs vow to tackle financial crisis

UN agencies, AGRA sign MOU on boosting Africa's 'foodbasket regions'

U.S. partners Nigeria to deepen capital market

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

Internet protocol gives fresh valve to video conferencing

How govt officials aid smoking, by minister

Reps stand down FoI Bill at rowdy session

How Obama rapped up victory over Clinton

Falana writes Yar'Adua, says Okah's trial a cover-up

Broadcast outfits get deadline to go digital

Govt may concession more power plants

Sapele port may soon reopen for commercial activities

Industrial sector's revival agenda for Yar'Adua

National potentials and the leadership question

Policy notes for the President: Experts set agenda

Unhealthy operator, distributor relationship worries NCC

nternet protocol gives fresh valve to video conferencing

Caverton Offshore Group, foreign firms sign pacts on oil, gas services delivery

Stakeholders x-ray energy sector, set agenda for Yar'Adua

Seeking antidotes to overseas medical trips

Exchange to commission Owerri automated trading floor

From dumpsites to sightly site

Bada, others may wear gold, as Johnson vows to return medal

Again, Eagles, NFA row over bonus

No regrets missing Games, says Mikel

U.S. loses cotton subsidy appeal at WTO

Food crisis: Forum wants govt to invest in agro-processing

Rivers spends N16 billion on developmental projects

Govt to pursue industrialisation policy for Vision 2020

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Yar'Adua can ride high on human rights, rule of law, say lawyers

Yar'Adua can ride high on human rights, rule of law says Lawyers

UN treats three million HIV/AIDS patients

How biofuel may worsen poverty, by FAO, others

Fuel marketers' strike cripples five states

Designer, Yves Saint Laurent, for burial Thursday

CBN raises lending rate, cautions on funds release

Mark, Labour, Military back Information Bill

Agenda for Yar'Adua on job creation, poverty reduction

Lawyers evaluate Yar'Adua on human right, rule of law

Discordant voices on Democracy Day

Actis divests from UACN

'No light, no pay. Period'

Globacom salutes Eagles, as players regroup for Lone Stars

Abuja craves better performance, as Amodu blames weather

Dinara Safina stuns world number one Sharapova

Arik now flag carrier for Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Cameroun, Senegal

Gas flaring: MOSOP urges govt to prosecute oil companies

IATA tasks govt, others on fuel crisis

Advert bills may hit N100b this year, says APCON

Monday, June 02, 2008

NEPAD, Japan boost rice production in Africa

AC rates lawmakers' one-year performance low

How to actualise Vision 2020, by Lord Mayor of London

WHO urges complete ban on tobacco adverts

New drug cocktails raise hope on breast cancer treatment

Fraudsters threaten mobile telephony in Africa, Middle East

Thick fog beclouds Nigeria's match to digital broadcasting

Nations endorse fresh global alliance for biodiversity protection

Developer, firm in court over Lagos Intercontinental Hotel 'stop work' order

NBC records N69b turnover

Fear of 'the known'

Wenger wants points system

Kanu thanks Fashola, Nigerians

Nigeria in bright start, beats South Africa 2-0

Oil prices rebound on supply concerns

Tinapa gets new N2.5b facility

Microsoft pledges support for Yar'Adua's seven-point agenda

Operators fault transition plan for PHCN

Sunday, June 01, 2008

Mark's Aide Refutes Plot To Harm Opponents

MOSOP Condemns Gas Flaring Policy Shift

I Will Restore FCDA's Statutory Powers, Says Modibbo

Robbers Raid Osoba's Residence

Atiku: US Can't Pin Bribery Case On Him

Farida Waziri Begins Second Senate Test Tuesday

Muslims Advise FG On Terrorism Claims

Nigerians Score Yar'Adua Low On Seven-Point Agenda

Spain's David Ferrer Beats Hewitt In Baseline 'Battle'

Wanted, An Oceanic Wave To Sweep Away Sports Ills

Another Chance For 'Super Chickens' To Be Eagles

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