Guardian News Archive for May 2009

Friday, May 29, 2009

Fashola Denies Taxing Religious Organizations, Condemns Second Term Agitation

Court Voids Order For Trial Of Okah Outside

'Presidency Never Briefed N'assembly On Troops Deployment

Buhari, Atiku Ojukwu, Others Celebrate Electoral Reform Day

Power, Electoral Reforms, Corruption Top Nigerians' Agenda For Yar'Adua

Glo Premier League: Intrigues, Dirty Politics Over Death of A Goalkeeper

Ireland Battle Eagles To 1-1 Draw

Tunisian Captain, Jaidi, Sends Warning Signal To Eagles

'Chinese Engagement In Nigeria Would Aid The Industrialisation Of The Country'

'We're Building So Klin Brand On CSR'

Fleishman Hillard Africa To Hold African Investment Conference In Nigeria

Mobitel: Another Break In Connection

French Open: Venus struggles to move on

Thursday, May 28, 2009

After 10 years of democracy... culture still cries for attention

Govt, partners join hands to bolster immunisation coverage

Nigeria is on the march, says Yar' Adua

FTN Cocoa Processor records N1.171b turnover in 2008

French Open: Venus, Federer struggle to move on

D' Tigers opens Houston camp June 26

Depleted Eagles battle Ireland today in London

Govt approves N230m for Made-in-Nigeria campaign

Oil prices rise to new six-month high

Lafarge Cement WAPCO, Stanbic IBTC Bank, others seal N45b deal

UN downgrades global economic forecast for 2009

Govt tightens security at N'Assembly

Nigeria no longer 'Father Christmas,' says minister

How Nigeria, France co-operation can lift world peace, by envoy

Intrigues, blackmail in search for new CBN gov

Islam is not identical with terrorism

Regulating against use of mobile phones onboard

Minister cautions governor on planned demolition of trade fair complex

Loan demand outweighs available funds, says NACRDB

Union Bank backs Fashola's initiative to transform Lagos

Banks tasked on operational risk management

Court remands TRANSCORP chiefs in prison

Minister tasks ECOWAS on human trafficking, free movement

Gombe files N591 billion suit against tobacco companies

UN predicts 2.6 per cent global economic decline

Education: 10 ministers, 10 years of democracy

One million Nigerians lose jobs in 20 years

Turmeric: Spicy route to weight loss

Law Union, other insurers drive for market expansion

Genetic analysis of swine flu virus reveals diverse parts

Indices rise by 2.5 per cent on the Exchange

Thrill, promises on Children's Day

Kanu wants to stay at Portsmouth, as UAE tycoon buys club

Participants to arrive Nigeria next week, say organisers

Nsofor, Uche in as Eagles land in Cobham

Senate panel faults gas masterplan project

OPEC plans to hold output steady, targets $75 oil price

Kaduna refinery to recommence operations in June

Govt moves to recapitalise FMBN, raises N17b

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

NCC, ministry row over licences deepens

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Court upholds Ribadu's sack

Protect the child, UNICEF pleads

WHO steps up polio war in Nigeria, others

NCC, firms fault licence cancellation by minister

India challenges Nigeria on maritime capacity development

Industrial sector worst hit by global meltdown, say manufacturers

'Diversification imperative for Nigeria's economic development, growth'

ITU proposes guidelines for Child Online Protection initiative

WAFICT plans new value, direction for West African networks

Govt commences implementation of gas master plan

Nigerian oil exports may improve in July

Children's Day: Tales of betrayal, cruelty, greed

Quoted firms strategise to buoy investors' confidence in capital market

A gateway gone to the dogs

Warri Wolves' keeper dies after Nnewi attack

FIFA's U-17:Nigerians in U.S. want LOC disbanded

Nigeria has just 11 'superstars', not a team, says Kenya's coach

Post-recession economy: PricewaterHouseCoopers tasks banks on financial statements

Oil prices fall below $61 as traders eye economic data

Govt announces new N100b deal for textile sector's operators

SEC to discontinue mandatory underwriting of primary offers

Monday, May 25, 2009

Govt sets 2015 target for universal health insurance

JTF reopens Delta waterways, Ijaw in UK petition Reps

Govt restates commitment to ECOWAS single currency

Why U.S. is boosting ties with Africa, by official

Employers, labour disagree on oil sector deregulation

Judiciary in a democratic storm, 10 years on

ECOWAS, EU free trade agreement on a cliff hanger

Banking stocks boost trading at NSE

A flood like no other

Daniel dreams return to zenith with Mauritius International

Kelvin Etuhu opts for Nigeria

Nadal, Federer advance

Govt to procure N10b grains this year, says minister

Yen falls as North Korea holds nuclear test

Lack of MoU stalls negotiations for oil spill compensation

Court fixes May 27 for adoption of briefs in oil block dispute

NAICOM raises fresh guideline on insurance firms' licence renewal

Sunday, May 24, 2009

WHO tasks Nigeria on better health systems, swine flu checks

Nigeria plans local production of ARV drugs

Yar'Adua begins monitoring of ministers, others over 2009 budget

Nigeria's Foreign Reserves drop

Speedy march towards new outdoor business era in Abuja

World population to top nine billion by 2050

Estate surveyors plan overhaul of consultancy practice

UNTH: Many worries of a centre of excellence

OTC records N282.6 billion transactions in one week

Fears over safety bridge

Lulu commends Afribank over Eagles

Obasi, Etuhu return

Dreary drop for Magpies, Middlesbrough

Oil prices rally on weaker dollar, rising demand in China

NAICOM raises fresh guideline on insurance firms' license renewal

World Bank allocates N44b to five states for economic growth programme

Nigeria's fiscal policy compliant with Eco currency project, says ECOWAS

The Limits of 'American Wonder': A Non-Conforming Resident's Postscript

Saturday, May 23, 2009

NIPSS Restructures, Disengages Staff

The Saddest Day Of My Life, By Ogbulafor

Journalists, Fashola Mourn Ladi Lawal

Stop Military Action Now, Clark Urges Yar'Adua

Pastors And Imams React To Lagos State's Move To Tax Them

The Limits of "American Wonder": A Non-Conforming Resident's Postscript

Rallying To Berth The Eagles In South Africa

'Only Committed Players Can Deliver The World Cup Ticket'

Day Of Reckoning For Strugglers

Zain, Ericsson, Earth Institute Fight Poverty With Mobile Technology

Galaxy Backbone, National Economic Council, Governors Partner On NICEP

Why We Partner Intercontinental Bank On $100m Facility, By ADB

Hard Times For Courier Operators, As Clients Cut Costs

Friday, May 22, 2009

Uduaghan Plans Succour For Displaced Victims Of Crisis

Rights Group Condemns Govt's Refusal To Halt N'Delta Offensive

S'Court Affirms Death Sentence On Artisan

Attempted Jail Break In Owerri Prisons Leaves Casualties

Niger Delta; A Battle Of Wills

Obuh is new Golden Eaglets' coach

Yobo Leads Everton Against Fulham

FIFA Puts Tunisia On Standby For 'Nigeria 2009'

A vision for a modern Lagos (2)

Operators partner SEC, others on capital market repositioning

Thursday, May 21, 2009

U.S., Norway sue for peace

U.S, Nigeria tackle decline in oil output

French PM backs Nigeria's bid for UN Security Council seat

Reps okay military action in Delta, JTF vows to fight on

Alhaji Babatunde Jose, originator of Islamic column in Nigerian newspapers (4)

In Cannes, dark, crazy and horrific is the feel of the movies

Battle in the creeks renders residents homeless

De-branding, the best way out for Virgin Nigeria

Operators partner SEC, others on capital market repositionin

In Makurdi, nights glow, life bubbles

Martins committed to Newcastle's relegation escape

Yar'Adua charges panel to guide Nigeria

'Nigeria not ready to host world U-17'

USAID, stakeholders strategise for improved rice production in Nigeria

Oil prices retreat from six-month high, slide to $60

Govt approves N560 million for oil spill

Agip declares Force Majeure on 52,000 bpd export

A vision for a modern Lagos (1)

Nigeria, Argentina to collaborate on trade, investment promotion

Ships with 1.4 billion litres of fuel arrive Lagos ports

Sleep may be factor in weight control

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Nigeria seeks WHO, CDC aid for more swine flu labs

FEC laments drop in oil output, Delta crisis

Senators query President's power in party registration bill

'$450m Abacha's loot can't be traced', says UN agency

Education sector: Roadmap to 2011 (2)

NECA faults NLC's stand on minimum wage

Non-enforcement of building law bane of growing fire insurance business

Scientists hail 'stunning' fossil

GTBank's asset base hits N1.37tr, posts N28.3b profit in 10 months

Queues get longer, Nigerians groan as fuel scarcity lingers

Coach tips Utaka for striking role

Elijah hinges World Cup qualification on discipline

Anxiety, as Nigerians await FIFA's verdict

Nigeria, Argentina collaborate to promote trade and investment

Ex shippers council's boss faults cabotage regime

Crude oil prices hit six-month high, rise above $62

Ships with 1,4 billion litres of fuel arrive Lagos ports

Farmers plan collaboration with overseas manufacturers for economic development

FIFA inspectors excited over facilities in Kano

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Senators cut pay by 10 per cent

ECOWAS gives fresh terms for free trade with EU

Why polio virus lingers in Nigeria, by minister

U.S. Nigeria ties intact, says Clinton

NPA releases guidelines on swine flu prevention at ports

The banana peels on Nigeria's banking corridor

ITU rewards Lula of Brazil, Rob Conway, others for protecting children in cyberspace

Crisis looms as telecom interconnect debts among operators hit N14b

Capital Oil invests N100b, seeks equal support for all players

Security issue stalls Nigeria's OPEC quota target

Living with the gully erosion disaster

Market indices gain 3.4 per cent weight on the Exchange

Checking slaughter on Lagos' roads

FIFA inspectors excited at facilities in Kano

FIFA inspection team may visit Warri

Stone us if we fail, NFF tells Nigerians

Fear of mass sack grips port workers

Global equities rally pushes crude oil price above $60

NIOMCO to commence operations soon, says govt

Govt woos private sector on new refineries

'It was by God's grace we got to Ogbe-Ijoh'

Monday, May 18, 2009

Court remands Ugbane, Elumelu others in Kuje Prison

Open varsity system on course, says Yar'Adua

Nigeria, Ghana, others yet to meet conditions for Eco currency

'It's by God's grace we got to Ogbe-Ijoh from Gbaramatu

Strategies for safer workplace, by ILO, others

Time to implement Nigeria's laws on cabotage

Uncommon mess with expenses smears the Commons, triggers public fury

Unilever declares N37b turnover, N1.2b profit in 2008

A year after, the scars fester

Trapattoni ready for Eagles test

Eaglets' issue tops, as monitoring committee is inaugurated

Lobby for centres threatens unity at LOC

Crude oil futures rebound over unrest in Nigeria, Sunoco fire

Firm completes Agbami offshore field pre-commissioning operation

Nigeria's stake in regional communcation satelite falls to 2.6 per cent

N200b agric fund: Govt to review mandate to two banks

Death Penalty On Kidnappers Is Best, Says Commissioner

Nigeria takes re-branding campaign to African Union

Liverpool confirms West Brom's relegation, Chelsea routs Rovers 2-0

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Nigerian banks, others in Ghana get Dec. deadline to recapitalise

Nigeria takes re-branding campaign to Africa Union

Shareholders seek listing of GSM, upstream petroleum firms by legislation

Delta gov, leaders meet over JTF attacks

Tackling the copyright infringement in pay TV industry

Lagos' Atlantic City project prompts tighter terms for waterfront allottees

12 winners bag $360,000 Dubai best practices award

Investors stake N475.8b in OTC bond market

A life N10 million could not save

3SC pips Dolphins 2-1, inches near Premiership

iverpool confirms West Brom's relegation, Chelsea routs Rovers 2-0

Amunike, Disu want change of attitude

VP laments absence of made in Nigeria cars at fair

Govt seals fuel distribution pact with three firms

We support Nigeria's oil and gas reforms, as we await dialogue over the details, says Moshiri

Nigeria to gain more resources from continental shelf extension

Saturday, May 16, 2009

NDLEA Freezes N200m Worth Of Shares By Drug Barons

Ten Years Of Unbroken Democracy, Religious Leaders Speak

Democracy, Governance And The Cabal Theory

A New Era Is Here, Says Ekeji

Escravos Crisis No Threat To FIFA's Visit, Says LOC

Manchester United Are Champions Again

Book Launching Is Killing Book Publishing In Nigeria

IT Professionals To Brainstorm On Economic Challenges

Stakeholders Commend Firm Over Crash Alert

Again, Customs Clamps Down On Smugglers

Friday, May 15, 2009

Govt Signs N140b Road Repair Contracts

PHCN director feared kidnapped in Abuja

40 Nigerians Arrested In US Over Alleged N1.7 Billion Credit Card Scam

Yar'Adua: 24 Months And 24 Deeds And Misdeeds

'Confederation Cup, A Big Test For 2010 World Cup'

Super Eagles, France Friendly Under Threat

Obafemi Leads Newcastle's Relegation Battle Against Fulham

Brand Notore Fertilizers Set For The Market

Macleans Herbal: Creating Natural Confidence in People

Baaba Maal, A Gifted Senegalese Voice

Product Offering: What Are The Banks Not Doing Right?

Alhaji Babatunde Jose, originator of Islamic articles in Nigerian newspapers (3)

Global economic meltdown and the Nigerian economy

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Govt okays bill on independent candidacy

Labour rejects deregulation, joins govt on panel for new wage

Court remands Ugbane, Elumelu, eight others in EFCC custody

lhaji Babatunde Jose, originator of Islamic articles in Nigerian newspapers (3)

How well-stocked libraries stimulate better reading culture

The raging scandal over govt's rural power projects

How to cope with long haul flights

R.T. Briscoe declares N20.1b turnover, N628m profit in 2008

Saving a Lagos community from filth, death

Players set agenda for new NTTF board

... As Thisday, First Bank acquire rights

Ijebu-Ode impresses FIFA, as final inspection begins

Stakeholders want privatisation of coal blocks

Oil prices fall again as OPEC raises output

Manufacturers lament effects of global meltdown, seek bail-out

FEC approves employees compensation draft bill

Labour begins rallies, cautions legislature on electoral bill

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Reps probe alleged selective implementation of 2009 budget

abour begins rallies, cautions legislature on electoral bill

Only deregulation will end fuel crisis, govt insists

African experts stress relevance of adult education

Yar'Adua harps on productivity for Nigeria's self-reliance

Boosting body's defence against 'flu' with local herbs

We want bigger; stronger; global players in industry, says Babalola

Fresh concerns over CT scans' cancer link

That Lagos roads may become motorable

Investors' interest in banks' shares lifts volumes on the Exchange

'I have had a good life,' says Dozie at 70

Inter intensifies bid for Mikel

Amaju commends Suswam's sportsmanship

Ogba, new AFN boss, challenges stakeholders

Egypt urges Africa to leverage on science, technology for economic survival

Govt woos Indian investors to Nigeria's power sector

Yar'Adua commissions $800m cement plant in Cross River

SMEDAN, energy commission seal pact on food preservation in Nigeria

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Senate tackles presidential aide over bribery charge

18m Nigerians will become poorer in 2009, says World Bank

Yar'Adua orders probe of Ekiti re-run polls violence

FG gets states' backing on River Niger dredging

Govt issues new IPP licences, canvasses focus on industrial firms

Corruption: An eternal bogey in Nigeria?

Zinox boss calls for N150b stimulus to boost ICT sector

U.S. to partner Nigeria on ICT development

Govt needs to resolve current domestic gas policy with stakeholders, says SPE boss

Ibom Power firm signs gas supply agreement with NGC

NB Plc's turnover hits N145.4 billion

Makurdi: Drowning ahead of the rains

Let's kill off our worries, Kanu urges Pompey

...As PDP wades into AFN Presidency tussle

Ogba, Suswam tangle, as federations election holds today

Oil prices hit $60 for first time since November

...To benefit from $90m support for national policy

Court upholds MMA2's concessioning pact

Nigeria secures $400m grant for rural development, says Yar'Adua

Monday, May 11, 2009

Lagos doctors end strike, federal colleagues down tools

Ribadu was not demoted, police tell court

Labour writes CAN, Sultan, others over tomorrow's rallies

Agitation for appointment of NDDC commissioner heats up Ondo oil communities

Time to formulate guidance for Appeal Court decisions

First Bank, Zenith, Intercontinental, UBA dominate market share, says report

Sowing seeds of tomorrow's

NFF meets over World Cup, friendly matches

Bada, Udobong explain support for Ogba

Martins' goal lifts Newcastle, Taribo returns to back Eagles

Oil prices fall below $58 as traders reconsider rally

Firm to invest $6 billion into power generation from coal

EFCC gives firms nine months ultimatum to pay tax liabilities

PAN bemoans non-patronage by govt, unbridled importation of vehicles

The personal assistant: His principal manager Definition

Sunday, May 10, 2009

WHO reports 4,379 cases of Influenza in 29 countries

NAMA goes for satellite-based navigation tools

Four telecom firms pay N5.5b for telecoms licences

'We are coming to have a share of the market, not to compete'

Govt ratifies deployment of works, housing controllers

Govt gets UNFCCC approval for two new CDM projects

OTC market records N301.8b transactions

Place where death stalks the cradle

...Ngerem sad over Suswam campaign

Chelsea massacres Arsenal

Ndanusa may remove non-performing boards

Crude oil prices sustain rising profile as world economic rally gathers pace

Govt, Bauchi to spend N2b on MDGs' projects

Lake Chad Commission to spend N92.3b this year

Nigeria seeks extension of maritime boundary

Saturday, May 09, 2009

2011: Suswam Warns AGF To Steer Clear

Yar'Adua Concerned About 'Go Slow' In National Assembly

Killings In Churches: Our Worry, By Okogie, Others

2011: Failed Promises, Premature Campaigns In The States

Italian Open: Safina beats Kuznetsova in final

Yakubu plans Super Eagles return

Liverpool Hammer West Ham 0 - 3 To Go Top

Fuel Scarcity Bites Harder In Lagos

Ex-Envoy Urges Swift Implementation Of Local Content Policy

Zain Nigeria Out-sources Non-core Functions

Economic Meltdown May Trigger Job Losses In Banks

Friday, May 08, 2009

Experts Urges Ban On Syringe Importation

Why South-South Govs Must Unite, By ALGON Chief

Money Laundering: Orji Kalu Loses bid To Stop Trial

Mrs. Adebayo, Ekiti Rerun And Posterity

Gerrard Still Nursing Title Dream

Chibuzor Okonkwo: On A Mission To Conquer For Home-Based Eagles

AC raises alarm over election materials

Presidency releases N500b to boost employment

Geneva row over African cultural heritage

Thursday, May 07, 2009

AC, PDP trade accusations on alleged plot to burn polls materials

Ports, borders get goggles, masks, others against swine flu

Govt releases N500b to boost employment

Alhaji Babatunde Jose, originator of Islamic articles in Nigerian newspapers (2)

Long queues return to filling stations due to deregulation dilemma

Aviation security: Air marshals now to the rescue

All share index rises by 2.4 per cent on the Exchange

Against cancer, a call to arms

Stranded Team Nigeria begs British High Commission for visas

NFF denies irregularities in Chrisantus' transfer

Siasia tests players against Trinidad and Tobago

Oil prices rise to six-month high near $58

40 firms jostle for new national frequencies licence

How Nigeria can attract FDIs, by UNCTAD

LCCI tasks govt on lingering fuel supply crisis

How walnuts may prevent breast cancer, super bugs, 'mental' decline in elderly

U.S. requires second fiscal stimulus to beat slump, says ex-IMF chief

EDF plans 580m euros grant for projects in Nigeria

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

YCT prepares for N1.4b FG intervention fund

Pillars, Heartland know opponents today

Ndanusa queries NFF over Macaulay's transfer

Eagles plan three-day training

Stakeholders urge caution over oil sector reform

Mark seeks piecemeal review of constitution

Reps' panel alleges payment of N1.3b for undelivered aircraft

Group worries over informal sector's exclusion from social security scheme

Research queries zinc pill for diarrhoea

NCRIB tasks PENCOM, NAICOM on lapses in Pension

Largest-ever African genetics study reveals origins, migration, diversity

Saving the naira from a free fall

SEC issues ultimatum to NSE on suspended dealing firms, lauds Al-Faki

Rainstorm wrecks havoc in Jos

U.S. requires second fiscal stimulus to beat slump, says ex IMF chief

FG, Ogun to collaborate on transport projects

Investment firms float $50m microfinance fund for Nigeria, Ghana

EDF plans 580m euros grant for Nigeria's economic projects

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Shareholders group seeks more sanctions over AP share scam

EFCC picks four UBEC officials over contract scam

Banks tie workers' pay to deposit target

Onoh, Anambra ex-governor, dies at 82

Plans for River Niger's dredging hit home stretch

Regular power supply as Nigeria's greatest industrial development challenge

Leasing as elixir for economic economy

Deposits mobilisation: Banks in renewed rat race

NCC, others allay fears of radiation from base stations

Stakeholders clamour for better funding of ICT education

Govt yet to set new deadline for gas flaring, says Agha

Survey hinges OPEC's oil output fall on Nigerian disruptions

Fuel scarcity: Pains in the Garden City

Nwokedi escapes Omoile's scare, as Emmanuel vows to retain title

Police arraign 12 NFF staff over missing $236,000

Harambees dream victory over Eagles

U.S. economy to pull out of recession this year, says Bernanke

Govt targets financial institutions for infrastructure, housing funds

Ecobank Group grows asset base to $8.3b

SEC upturns NSE's suspension of three dealing forms

No going back on e-payment scheme, says govt

Monday, May 04, 2009

Yar'Adua tasks African varsities on development

Govt assures foreign investors in oil sector of security

Yar'Adua lauds CBN at 50 over economic reforms

Workers bemoan gloomy welfare outlook

A FIDA roadmap for rights of women, children

'Swine flu,' ill wind blowing from the West

Equities at stock market slide by 0.2 per cent

Anger over access sticker

Venus sneaks through, Serena opens account today

Ogun shines as J.K. Randle swimming tourney begins

Idoko, Abinu cruise into second round

Banks issue six million cards in three months

Oil prices rise marginally after a week's rally

Germany to spend six million euros on Lake Chad Basin's projects

Manufacturers spend N49b yearly on power supply

Sunday, May 03, 2009

ECOWAS issues swine flu alert to member countries

Government warns against drug trafficking, regrets Nigerian's execution in China

'Early rebound of Nigerian stocks not in sight'

Reporting development... scorecard for print media

Stockholm Convention meets over new ban on organic pollutants

South East tops list of N116.5b govt highway contracts

OTC records N232b transactions last week

Palm Groove Rotary's succour for Lagosians

Martins may return to Inter

Kenya reshuffles team against Nigeria

Bayelsa United advances, beats Aigle 5-0

Calabah free trade zone operators lament poor power supply

Nigeria to pursue renewable energy sources, says Yar'Adua

Global economic meltdown takes toll on marine insurance business

Group faults sale of Wema Bank's shares

Chrysler In Final Push For Survival Deal

Brittania-U To Produce First Oil In June, Says CEO, Ifejika

Oil: Marginal Field Operators In Dire Straits?

Gas Master Plan: Gazprom To Unveil Strategy This Week

Saturday, May 02, 2009

Ekiti: Tuesday For Remaining Poll

Yar'Adua Sends 7 Bills To National Assembly

Ekiti: The untold story

Pentecostalism Is Not An Exclusive Preserve Of A Particular Denomination - Ademowo

ANAMBRA: Testing The Will Of Their Lordships

It's Decision Time For Champions League Aspirations, Says Pantelic

Cannavaro Spurns Offers From Man. City, Munich

How The 'Special Ones' Ignite Ilorin

Friday, May 01, 2009

U.S Seeks Nigeria's Nod For Gun-Carrying Marshals In Flights

Uncertainty Hangs Over Ekiti Rerun Poll

Workers Unhappy As Govt Urges More Sacrifices

Ekiti: A Rerun Like No Other

Peter Utaka begs Amodu for Eagles opportunity

Angry Sharks Vow To Feed On JUTH

I will relocate from Nigeria if Eagles fail to pick 2010 World Cup ticket, Westerhof threatens

MTV Networks Africa Announces New Structure

Economic Meltdown Has Affected Brand Management Positively, Says Orange Academy

Accenture Wins Carlsberg Consulting, IT Services Contract

Dunlop: Old Tyre-Maker Engages Reverse Gear

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