Guardian News Archive for February 2009

Friday, February 27, 2009

Tribunal Endorses Ogboru, Okocha Fresh Petitions Against Uduaghan, INEC

N'Delta Govs At Chatham House, Decry British Alarm Over Region

Housewives happy with Bauchi curfew

JTF Kills Bayelsa Helicopter Attackers

Blood In Their Hands

Chelsea's Kalou Wants To Play For Arsenal

Samuel Peter Eyes Come Back With Victory Over Chambers

Siasia may reject Flying Eagles job

At last, soothing balm in Kwande, Benue

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Reps suspend member over misconduct

Govt releases new code of conduct for insurance firms

Intrigues delay naming of new Shehu of Borno

United States scores Nigeria low on human rights

Before the great flight, Hijrah (4)

'The book on Awolowo will come like a thief in the night'

Normalcy returns after four days of madness

Duty free shops: Gimmick or rescue for travellers?

Shareholders laud Sterling Bank's 1,187 per cent profit growth

At last, soothing balm in Kwande Benue

Chelsea's display frustrates Hiddink

Woods secures victory on comeback

Martins returns to Eagles, vows to save club

RBS posts record loss

VP expresses confidence in Nigeria-South Africa bilateral relations

Nigeria, UNIDO seal pact on industrial development

Govt converts presidential aircraft to commercial use

Lagos school, Doregos, produces youngest Microsoft certified professionals

Natural products development key to achieving MDGs, says health minister

Microbes: The unseen entities in human economy, environment, food and industry (2)

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Yar'Adua okays N6b to boost agric research

CBN raises bureaux de change capital base to N500m

FEC raises review panel on Uwais' report

TRANSCORP hands off NITEL in June

Katsina, Oyo, Adamawa win national awards for best performance in UBE

agos school, Doregos, produces youngest Microsoft certified professionals

How local plant addresses water purification, malnutrition, immune deficiency

NAICOM launches code of good corporate governance for industry today

Antibodies may offer new option to fight bird flu

Exchange records N131b in three days, as indices move up

Justice at last, 21-years long

Ogun sets new festival record

Aliero inaugurates Abuja sub-seat today

Amodu dismisses Mozambique challenge

Reps move to commercialise govt's funded research reports

Oil prices rise above $40 ahead of supply data

Attacks on oil installations worry NUPENG

MTN plans N225b new investments in 2009

Enugu goes digital with WiFi connectivity

S'Eagles list out at weekend

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Normalcy returns to Bauchi, refugees shun relief materials

President okays new boards of aviation, education agencies

Senate moves to empower EFCC

Mimiko assumes office, pledges sweeping reforms

Why African seafarers attract patronage, by expert

Meltdown: Industrial firms trim workforce

Forex: X-raying the intrigues between CBN and authorised dealers

Mobile phones put global map in subscribers' hands

Govt intensifies effort on oil, gas reforms

Yinka Folawiyo, partners hit commercial oil discovery in Lagos

Experts canvass more investments in capital market

The 'waterloo' on Toyota service lane

Nigeria 2009 LOC dazzles at KADA 2009

Anichebe's injury puts Everton on edge

S'Eagles' list out at weekend

Nigeria can be self sufficient in food production, says U.S. envoy

Oil prices fall near $38, as global stock prices slide

Leeway to Nigeria's socio-economic rebirth, by Olashore

Manufacturers bemoan lingering congestion at Lagos ports

Monday, February 23, 2009

I feared broken leg, Anichebe confesses

Ojimba wants handball federation to build on NSF success

Siasia waits on NFF to lead Flying Eagles

Reps ask oil firms to pay N222.45 trillion

Volence escalates in Bauchi, CAN seeks emergency rule

States approve N303b for power plants

Waiting for the verdict... and after

Profile of NDE, NAPEP on employment, poverty reduction

When justice delayed is not justice denied

A new dictate for human rights abuses

NSE beams searchlight on moribund firms

To Lagosians, the joy of sight

West African gas project for revenue generation, says Ajumogobia

Oil prices rise on U.S. initiative to rescue banks

Vision 2020 still a mirage, says governor

NAICOM may sanction brokers over N50b unremitted premium

Sunday, February 22, 2009

United seven points clear, as City holds Liverpool

Osun may pull out, as Edo Commissioner urges speedy result

NFF mourns with Zamfara, Ocean Boys over dead players

Mustapha El-Kanemi: Farewell to custodian of Shehu dynasty

Yar'Adua begins review of Land Use Act

Nigeria joins broadband Internet programme

CBN beams search light on banks' forex transactions

We 'll miss El-kanemi, says Yar' Adua

Rejuvenating NUJ as journalists go to polls

Nations, UNEP adopt historic treaty to tackle mercury pollution

Fresh legal battle shrouds Lagos G. Cappa headquarters' complex

OTC records N27.3b turnover in one week

Danger! Unlatched container on the highway

Eco not feasible in 2009, says financial expert

Obama plans to reduce budget deficit to $533b by 2013

Global financial meltdown: Govt takes stand against protectionism

Shell puts cost of crude oil theft in Nigeria at £1.1b yearly

Britain To Repatriate 800 Nigerians

State creation: The people Vs the Legislature

Saturday, February 21, 2009

12 Die In Clash Between Rival Football Supporters Club Members

Worry Over Govt Handling Of Missions

Why Constitution Review Stalled

Britain To Repatriate 800 Nigerian

'The Biggest Problem Of Nigeria Is Not Bad Leadership, But The Corrupt Mindset Of Our Leaders'

The Endless Demand For States

Kibet Dethrones Disi, Kiplagat Is Women Champion

Venus Beats Razzano For 40th Career Singles Title

Chelsea Bounce Back, Beat Vila 0-1

Nigerian Banks Booked Credits Below Acceptable Standards, Says Veteran Banker, Unegbu

Economic Crisis: How Far Can The Banks Go?

Intercontinental Relives 20 Years' Banking 'Exploits'

Borodo Tasks Govt, CBN On Real Sector Funding

Friday, February 20, 2009

Reps To Meet Defence Chiefs On Insecurity

Ajibola Panel On Jos Crisis Begins Sitting

Lagos Denies Buying Sunborn Yatch

NJC Suspends High Court Judge

Ekiti Re-run: The Next Big Battle

Africans rate Okocha among the best Premiership players of all times

London-based youngsters eye Eaglets invitation

Delta Captures 56 Gold, Targets 30 More

And the poet's house went up in flames

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Nigerians in Diaspora to vote in 2011, says Iwu

IMF urges greater global alliance to save economy

E-payment here to stay, govt insists

Nigerians should not suffer more from oil crisis, Senate warns

Cause of the first flight, Hijrah (3)

A nation on the throes of maternal, child mortality

Travel lounges to the rescue for business travellers

Nigeria's progress in democratic governance, promotion and protection of human rights

Daniel reassures on meltdown, seeks more investments

Dos...don'ts on Lagos Island

Firm unveils programmes for Nigerian World Cup fans

SALOC opens 2010 World Cup ticket sales

Oghoghene is festival's fastest man

Oil prices rise above $35 amid grim economic news

NDDC to use satellite imagery in monitoring projects

Intercontinental Bank secures $100m from AfDB

Nigeria's non-oil exports rise to $1.8b, says NEPC

Shell tasks govts on resource use, poverty alleviation

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Western Union Money transfer via mobile phones underway

NSE seeks govt's intervention over meltdown

At last, N' Assembly passes N3.1tr 2009 Budget

Govt opts for deregulation, to drop fuel subsidy

How Nwafor Orizu College got NUC accreditation, by Provost

Maritime workers tackle port concessionaire

Herbal preparation shows promise in tackling sickle cell disorder

Meltdown: NIA tasks members on standard rates for risk underwriting

Researchers capture light energy with molecular wires

Primary healthcare is a council burden, but we have a plan ...... to drive, push, says Osotimehin

SEC moves to support African states on stock exchange development.

A victim of traders' anger

Kiplagat, Disi, 13 other elite athletes arrive

Atiku, Okocha laud Odegbami on academy

Amodu ready to release list

New management takes over Gateway Hotel

Nigeria, China seal pact on anti-counterfeiting, dumping

Govt to install tracker for aircraft monitoring

Resource-endowed countries fail to empower citizens, says Shell chief

Misinformation prompts victory address, then...

Athletes get Glo Marathon kits

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

thletes get Glo Marathon kits

Rangers hires Dike, sacks Okpala, Nosike

KADA 2009 a big challenge to the NSC, says Ndanusa

Govt raises teams on Lassa fever, meningitis

Anyaoku, David-West, Fashola, others urge transparent anti-graft war

Bill Gates funds GSM banking for all

Misinformation sparks victory address, then...

Government sets up technical team to review port charges

Manufacturers laud CBN's intervention on interest rate

Global crisis: We need a productive economy, say experts

Poverty reduction: Insights, lessons from other countries

GSMA flags-off mobile advertising initiative

ITU lists innovation, market differentiation as economic palliatives

Akpo deepwater's first oil comes on stream in April

Nigeria's oil production dips further, as militants continue onslaught

Oil stocks drag indices down on the Exchange

Tanker falls, gridlock seizes Lagos

Pay cut directive on public officers belated, says union

Space technology will displace oil revenue, say Reps

British firms eye Uganda's potential oil fields

Govt to roll out sanctions against oil spill

Govt to train 7.5m school dropouts

Monday, February 16, 2009

Bolton rules out Shittu switch to Birmingham

Super Eagles get Irish Republic friendly

Yar'Adua rues dwindling fortunes in Nigerian sports

Govt begins scheme to train 7.5m school dropouts

Maternal, child health in Nigeria still low, says UNICEF

Meltdown won't affect telecoms sector, says global forum

N' Delta still treated with disdain, says Amaechi

Angst over rise in global poverty level

Global financial meltdown poses challenge to lawyers

Charting a new course for accurate weather forecast

Govt may salvage stock market

In Lagos' highway crash, mother and child die

New $3b Lagos holiday resort debuts soon

Oil prices up on supply crunch warning

Oando takes delivery of N7.6 billion oil rig

Reps want telecoms firms to go public

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Nigeria in 'high exposure' category over global financial crisis

Supreme Court revokes ownership of Abacha's land

PDP BoT fixes March 28 for special convention

CNPP tasks Yar'Adua on Uwais panel report

The rebranding that Nigeria needs

British firm, Nigerian lawyers in court over sale of UK property

Firms jostle for Nigerian investors, as Dubai property prices crash

A voodoo tag on single digit interest rate

Walk for the poor on 'Lovers' Day,

Plateau gets first gold, Delta, Kaduna, Oyo also

Kaduna dedicates gold to Sambo

Martins fit again, waits for new deal

Imo establishes economic stabilisation fund

UNIDO to spend N2.9b on projects in Nigeria

OTC records N320 billion transactions last week

FG, states' allocations drop by N150 billion

e-Transactions: Banks' Search More Secured Platform

Lack Of patronage, Tax Holiday Worries Local Pharmaceutical Firms

Saturday, February 14, 2009

'For Sanity To Return To Society, Govt Should Return Schools To The Church'

e-Transactions: Banks' Search More Secure Platform

Ban On Textiles Inefficient, Says Ogunlesi

Lack Of patronage, Tax Holiday Worry Local Pharmaceutical Firms

Germany To Support Nigeria's Power Sector Development

Mixed Reactions Trail N70b Textile Bailout Funds

Our Problem Is Failure Of Leadership - Atiku

Ministry keeps mum on Ambassador Oluwole Rotimi's sack

Africa Will Insist On Veto Power At UN Security Council Talks, Says Ogwu

Akunyili And The Task Of Re-Inventing Nigeria

16th NSF Begins In Kaduna Today

Kanu, Utaka Missing As Portsmouth Wins

Anelka Gives Chelsea Victory Over Watford

Friday, February 13, 2009

Ugochukwu Accepts Verdict, Charges Orji On Good Governance

Alaafin To Ooni: Mind Your Business

Judge Hands Off Trial Of Okah

CBN Warns Banks Against Excesses

Valentines Of Our Lives

David Beckham: MLS Sets Deadline

English FA Cup: Lampard Snr Plots Son's Fall

Taiye Taiwo free to face Mozambique

ADC Crash: Controversy As Airline Insists On Full Compensation For Victims

Team Delta hits Kaduna in 26 buses, five foreign technicians arrive

Thursday, February 12, 2009

U.S., Russia satellites collide

Path to Nigeria's food security, by U.S. agency

United States of Africa may take off in 2017, says Wade

Halliburton's subsidiary admits bribing Nigerian officials

The first flight, hujrah (2)

Nick Monu...In town to brew good theatre

Finding true romance on valentine's day

Tackling communicable diseases in air travel

SEC, stakeholders move to stabilise stock market

Makurdi glows, thanks to the sun

Team Delta hits Kaduna in 25 buses, five foreign technicians arrive

Appiah linked to Arsenal

Do not judge us yet, insists Amodu

U.S. Congress nears passage of $789 billion stimulus plan

NCAA chief wants more cuts in price of aviation fuel

Reps moot bill for Nigerians' equity in telecoms firms

Govt generates N3.11tr from bonds in three years, says minister

Natural protein halts, reverses, reverses brain disorder in animal models

Jonathan pledges superb U-17 tourney, as CAF returns Hayatou unopposed

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

NCC rolls out 2009 rules for telecoms operators

Tsvangirai takes office as Zimbabwe's PM

Refineries get more financial powers

Appeal Court okays Orji's election as Abia gov

Students, stakeholders pay tributes as UNIBEN VC steps down

Meltdown: Labour market under record pressure

Fresh health concerns emerge over farm-raised fishes

Meltdown: Reinsurers predict rise in cover prices

Eclipses of 2009 (1)

Teachers' strike looms again

Blue chip stocks plunge indices

The threat from blocked canals

Adisa urges CAF to consider goalkeepers for top honour

Warri Wolves slam Ogun sports commissioner

Jonathan reaffirms Nigeria's determination to host U-17 tourney, as CAF returns Hayatou unopposed

Monitor balance sheets of banks, IMF official tells African govts

Oil prices rise as U.S. stimulus plan passage signals higher fuel demand

Warri refinery freights 4,000 tonnes of cooking gas to Lagos

Russian firm, Gazprom, to invest $2.5b in Nigeria's gas industry

Adebayo is African Best Player for 2008

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Police chief orders arrest of Zamfara ex-governor

Igbo to recapture lost culture with Things Fall Apart

Oil workers may begin strike today

Senate panel queries aviation sector spending

World shipping tonnage capacity hits 1.12 billion deadweight

Meltdown: OPS stakes survival on diversification

Hidden Charges: Has the CBN tamed the monster?

ITAN admission into WITSA to open up new opportunities in FDI

NCC raises hope on broadband Internet connectivity

Okada riders get AP's crash helmets

OPEC halts 35 oil projects

Market capitalisation hits N5.39tr on NSE

This market must go!

Chelsea opens talks with Hiddink

Utaka, agent in Lagos for Premiership Challenge show

Ik Uche set to shoot down Jamaica

Port congestion: Govt may adopt 25-year port development plan

How to survive the meltdown, by analysts

Oshiomole, Utomi, others task African leaders on poverty alleviation

Jostle for N177b energy fund's control ignites NERC's crisis, say officials

Monday, February 09, 2009

Constitutional review must recognise owners of resources

Govt rebrands Nigeria, dumps 'Heart of Africa Project'

Lawmakers, others seek release of Uwais panel report

Airlines plan joint operations over meltdown

Oil prices rise, Iran seeks pact with Nigeria

The gloom, worries over 2009 employment outlook

Another chance to rescue the railway

Imo plans N200b bond issue, NSE woos other states

Area boys: Many questions, no answers

And the winner is...

Grant may return, as Chelsea sacks Scolari

Eagles land in London, ready for Jamaica

Edo to probe commission over N800m expenditure

Oil prices move near $40 a barrel as stimulus, bank plans loom

Nigeria, Syria to formalise bilateral trade relations

Core investor explains delay in Nigercem's rehabilitation scheme

A carrot for push-cart

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Between publishers' ombudsman and Press Council's mandate

Integration, security top ECOWAS agenda for 2009

Why refineries are not working, by Barkindo

Govt raises 405-man panel on Vision 2020

Yar'Adua, others challenge stakeholders on economic crisis, Nigeria's image

Global warming to create ocean dead zones, scientists warn

Siblings, firm in court over dispute on inherited Ikoyi property

Niger Delta and the path to peace, prosperity

Stock indices soar by 9.2 per cent, as investors renew interest in equities

A carrot for cart pushers

Organisers expect Aboutreka, Adebayor, others today

Uduaghan appoints LOC for Delta seat

Hayatou, others arrive, Blatter flies in tomorrow

Crude oil may trade in $38 to $43 range this week, says survey

Exporters list bail-out option for non-oil sector

Nigeria's cocoa industry may lose N32b to global crisis

Japan spends N600b on grassroots projects in Nigeria

High Default Rate Worries Microfinance Banks

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Governor Amaechi Lampoons Shell Over Community Projects

French Envoy Alerts On Brewing Crisis In Jos

MEND Attacks Gas Plant In Delta

President Yar'Adua Resumes Tomorrow

1.5m Participants At Lord's Chosen Crusade, Mgbidi

Why Nigeria still has the wild polio virus, by WHO Director

Lippi Drops Del Piero, Cassano From Brazil Friendly

The Curious Case Of Arjen Robben

Sports Festival: From Eko '73 To KADA 2009

Recession: Banks Should Not 'Throw Numbers' On The Public; They Must Focus On Service, Says Adeola

Fears Over Demolition Of More Lagos Markets

Cautious Optimism Trail Return Of Savannah Bank, SGBN

High Default Rate Worry Microfinance Banks

Friday, February 06, 2009

C'River Gives 208 Houses To Displaced Nigerians

Court Remands NERC Boss, Six Others In EFCC Custody

Clark Alleges Marginalisation In NNPC Board, Threatens Legal Action

Bankole, Suswam Disagree On The Role Of Legislature

Marriages Of Self-Preservation

Benitez rues Gerrard's injury, as Liverpool faces Portsmouth

And the man cried

African Teams Will Surprise The World In Egypt, Says Tetteh

Why I left Infinity, by K'ore

Thursday, February 05, 2009

Bwalya confident ahead of elections

Nigeria 2009 LOC explains choice of Kanu as ambassador

Pro-Bosso lobby wins reprieve for embattled coach

Nigeria, a failed state, say Utomi, others

Reps return N2b to treasury as Bankole averts uproar

Appeal Court restores Savannah Bank's licence

Why inflation, interest rate won't crash, by Soludo

Cause of the first flight, Hijrah

Why I left Infinity, says K'ore

Fresh push to eradicate Polio gathers momentum

How to enjoy your trip with less stress

Market capitalisation grows by N116 billion

No more Freedom Market

Oil terminal aims at 1 billion litres loading record

Retirees want decentralisation of pension pay scheme

Fuel scarcity looms in Ibadan, Ilorin areas

CBN denies report on Nigeria's insulation from global crisis

Strategic approach to foreign direct investment in Nigeria

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

In Benue, broad smiles on indigent faces

PPP will eliminate corruption, promote excellence, says Amiesimaka

Ogbuke not thinking of Premiership

Anichebe faces uncertain future after brawl with Moyes

FEC okays IDA's $50m for anti-polio schemes

AU Commission to become continental authority

Ondo kicks as court stops payments for contracts

Gunmen kidnap Daukoru's wife, Rivers commissioner

Market women have a right to be educated, says Dukku

Osun teachers begin strike

Eating to beat cancers

ContinentalRe exports insurance services to Nairobi market

Scientists develop 'crystal ball' for personalised cancer treatment

Stocks indices surge by 2.27% capitalisation gains N109b

Public, private partnership for rural telephony underway

Survey puts manufacturing sector's capacity utilisation at 53.29 per cent

Obama's economic plan now tops $900b

Customs agents may ground operations over excessive ports charges, others

Blue chip stocks buoy indices on the Exchange

World Bank to spend N300m on entertainment, ICT growth in Nigeri

Brettonwood institutions are 'out of date', says British PM

Govt invites foreign firms to bid for rail project

Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Court may release verdict on Charles Taylor early in 2010

IITA moves to boost food production

Nigerian herb shows promise in diabetes management

Nigeria canvasses expansive projects to save Africa's economy

Congestion persists at ports, Customs, NPA lament

Experts list impact of global meltdown on manufacturing sector

Workability of state-owned credit guarantee corporation

The burden of Nigeria's obsolete public accounting system

RechargeDisc may aid subscriber growth

Global meltdown hits mobile telecoms industry

4,000mw power visible if gas supply is steady, says PHCN boss

Barkindo tasks NNPC workers, lists challenges of reforms

Cut down in his prime

Kano, Enugu will be ready before FIFA's visit, says Obienu

Oruma angry with Nigeria 2009 LOC over Kanu

S'East board members lobby to return

NIC Securities seeks court's intervention over sour business transaction

Obama predicts more bank failures

Ecobank launches 'Savers' Harvest' promo

Why 2008 budget implementation failed, by Rep

United Mortgage Limited floats N2b placement, expands operations

Gateway falls to bulldozer...

How to achieve effective search and rescue operation, by experts

Govt decries dearth of indigenous vessels

Monday, February 02, 2009

Nigeria wants legislators' input on African unity govt plan

Justices, lawyers decry security modality at poll tribunal

World Bank seeks help for Africa on global meltdown

Nigerian passengers stranded as snow downs London

Hurdles before Adetokunbo in Labour Ministry

State laws are supreme in town-planning matters

Conflicts resolution overshadow talk-shop on AU's future

United Mortgage limited floats N2b placement expands operations

Gateway also falls to bulldozer...

Kano Pillars petitions CAF over refusal to register key players

Flying Eagles arrive today

Siasia ripe for Eagles job, says Odegbami

How to achieve effective search and rescue operation by experts

Edo State to boost IGR to fund development projects

Oil prices fall below $41 a barrel as U.S. crude workers prepare to strike

Govt decries dearth of indigenous vessel

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Davos meeting ends without answer to meltdown

Britain unveils N105b projects for Nigeria

World Bank rates NCC high, says Nigeria is investors' haven

AU summit debates unity govt plan, infrastructure

Localising broadcast content on Family Belt hundred per cent

Eight countries to pilot scaled-up $500m climate adaptation scheme

50 firms jostle for Lagos estate developers scheme

No relief on ports congestion

OTC records N245b transactions

A Dumpsite, a living home

Heartland pounds Black Stars 4-0

NFF statutes nullify moves to suspend Akanni

Ghana beats Cameroun 2-0 to lift trophy

Airline industry may lose $2.5b to fuel prices, crisis, says IATA

Presidency inaugurates panel on community economic strategy

Burden of local economic management on global meltdown, by experts

Nigeria spends N756 billion on NEPAD/APRM's project

Third And Seventh Day Prayers For Ali Hold Tomorrow

Victims Consider Options In Reject Pfizer's Out - Of - Court Settlement

Airline Operators' Yet To Reduce Fares

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Ohanaeze plans relocation of secretariat from Enugu

Violent Protest Sweeps Through Ikere-Ekiti

Third And Seventh Day Prayers For Ali Holds Tomorrow

Victims Consider Options In Reject Pfizer's Out Of Court Settlement

Ademowo Urges New Archdeacons To Pursue Anglican Pentecostalism

Jonathan: Too Lucky To Sting

Rwanda 2009 African Youth Championship Ghana, Cameroun Battle For trophy

Flying Eagles beat S/Africa to win bronze

Man United Tighten Grip On Title

Lagos To Streamline Tax Payment, Collection

Hidden Treasures Unveils New Identity

Experts List Bane Of Economic Development

Airline Operators Yet To Reduce Fares

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