Guardian News Archive for August 2009

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Shareholders blame Auditors, Audit Committees For Banks' Failure

Church And Succession

Shareholders blames Auditors, Audit Committees For Banks' Failure

Blackmail, Mistaken For Kidnapping

This Bank Reform Stinks

Banking Crisis And The Revolt Of The Poor

Beyond The 2.3 GHz Controversy

'Art Can Never Function Under Government Bureaucray', Says Director Of Jos Repertory Theatre

Audu Ogbeh: Why I'm Not In Mega Party

Candidates Woo Voters Ahead Of Today's Poll

Scientists Lose Moon Satellite Links

Two Peacekeepers Seized

Akinola's Primacy: The Journey So Far

Loan Recovery: And The EFCC's Roars To Life

Dreaming Of Golf Tourism

Pillars Seek Revenge Over Al Hilal

Chelsea, Spurs Set Pace, As Man U Beat Arsenal

Banks Must Begin To Share Credit Information, Reports

Race To Sanitize Or Democratise Banking

Shareholders Accuse Auditors, Audit Committees For Banks' Failure

Friday, August 28, 2009

Emeka Mba... We Need Institutionalised Structure To Move Nollywood Forward

Burden Of Success: Ruling Party Wracked By Endless Internal Wranglings

Bank Loans Saga: The Storm Isn't Over Yet

Otorogu May Dump Tunisian Club For South Africa

Man Utd Faces Free-Scoring Arsenal Without 'The Generals'

Nothing To Fear About Tunisia, Amodu Tells Nigerians

Omafume Onoge: Farewell to Africa's revolutionary Marxist

End of the road for an SMS extortionist

Stop attacking PTF, Galadima warns NFF

Messi is European Club Player of the Year

Siasia cries out, as NFF fails to secure visa for team

Oil prices slide further on recovery worry

U.S. economic recovery may rub-off on Nigeria, say economists

Day people fear to touch Sex in God's House

Watermelon relishes

RAV 4 flaunts improved style, safety innovations

Scents of summer

Back from kidnappers' country

Cigarettes: Ban production not smoking

Nigerian universities and their enemies

Federal Auditor-General's 2007 Report: Matters Arising

Why success of amnesty deal is crucial for peace, by Akunyili

Gabon tightens security ahead of crucial polls

China asks U.S. to end military surveillance missions

Senator Edward Kennedy: Noble in life, glorious in death

Raising the bar through aviation technical service pact

NAHCo re-brands, raises N5b bond for business expansion

Oil prices fall to $71 on recovery worry

Shell, CBN, others partner on agric development in Niger Delta

Govt urged to develop master plan for aviation sector

U.S. economic recovery may rub-off on Nigeria, says economists

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Copyright Commission... two decades of protecting intellectual property rights

World leaders pay tributes to Edward Kennedy

Amodu explains Martins exclusion, promises new players after qualification

FIIRO partners Bill Gates' organisation, UK institute on cassava project

LCCI cautions CBN on bank reforms' strategy

Samuel Ojo Oladimeji at 100

Creating meaning through the arts

Restructuring the federation (2)

Nigeria and the UN Security Council seat

Copyright Commission... two decades of protecting intellectual property right

Anatomy of the lengthy Ogun governorship legal tussle

Israel making progress with U.S. on settlements, says PM

Time gap in Jackson death may prove key to case

ICC's prosecutor appeals Bemba's release, seeks remand in custody

Scotland braces for Lockerbie row fallout with U.S.

Our greatest challenge is the high number of fake NCE holders, says Dukku

Banking sector shake-up: NLC insists on professionalism

Researchers unlock the bacteria bursting powers of cranberries

Global meltdown hits insurers' investment portfolio in capital market

Canadian scientist aims to turn chickens into dinosaurs

The filthy lucre from kidnapping

NSE approves N53b issues for Guaranty Trust Assurance, Beco Petroleum, others

Lagos public servants get mobile kitchen, as Fashola commissions Skills Centre, rounds off NYSC Orientation

Ahead South Africa 2010 World Cup Qualifier Amodu explains Martins exclusion, promises new players after qualification

You are ungrateful to me, Chukwuemeka tells AFN

Nigeria in desperate search of Basketball glory

Oil prices slide $71.09 as inventory inches up

FIIRO partners Bill Gates organisation, UK institute on cassava project

Shareholders' group faults SEC on query to Okereke-Onyiuke

LCCI cautions CBN on bank reforms strategy

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The infamous five and their debtors

Time not to be a banker

The CBN, my bank and I

The arrest of John Nwodo

How good use of language helps sound thinking, scientific enquiry, by experts

Ogun Governorship: Anxiety mounts over judgment tomorrow

Afghanistan warns against violence as election results trickle in

90,000 may die of Swine flu in U.S., says report

Congo bans opposition chiefs from foreign trips

Lockerbie bomber's welcome home repulsive, says Brown

Govt unfolds new water transportation scheme for Lagos

Rising costs of industrial input task manufacturers

CBN's 'name and shame tactics': The fallout

Internet trading rises, experts say 'beware'

ICT as an enabler for the legal profession

PPPRA, marketers differ on fuel subsidy claims

Nigerian service companies get N130 trillion contracts from Shell, says report

A requiem for George Dove-Edwin

Market capitalisation rises by N100b on the Exchange

Hungry, waiting, hoping...for work

Nigeria, Spain are tournament's favourites, Tahiti's coach admits

NFF confirms Super Eagles/Argentina clash

MRI age saga splits NFF Technical Committee, Orumen quits

ICAN boss seeks diversification of Nigerian economy

Govt moves to improve gas supply to meet 6000mw target in December

Bernanke is nominated for second term as Fed chief

Non-performing loans will affect pension funds, says Okereke-Onyiuke

'I killed my mother. She was a witch. She killed my sister'

Monday, August 24, 2009

In the forest of a thousand faithless oath-takers

Olu Ogboja: A Tribute

CBN and banks: Dealing with the root of the crisis (1)

Kidnapping Edochie

Why politicians spend much money to contest election, by Okpara

NATO commanders press for more troops, resources in Afghanistan

Obama approves new U.S. interrogation team

Odinga slams G-8's $20b food pledge as 'peanuts'

Anger in Scotland over Lockerbie bomber's release

New bank chiefs, new challenges

NBA is marching on as a forthright Bar

Gains by blue chip stocks lift All-share index by 2.2 per cent

'My team better than Heartland,' says Pillars' coach

Amodu adds Utaka, Nwaneri to Eagles' list

NSC, NFF in crucial meeting over age test saga

Oil prices near $75 as equities, commodities rally

Debtor's list: Lulu-Briggs threatens legal action against CBN, Union Bank

GroFin SME fund for Africa hits $170 million

Market operators caution against criminalisation of margin loans

Govt also culpable in the banking sector, says Makarfi

In Lokoja, broadcasters celebrate accomplishment, chart new course

OTC transactions, volume plunge in bearish trading

Cory Aquino: Angel of democracy

The parable of the talents

Crooks of the creeks

Senate and post-UME examinations

Tony Momoh: His life and art

Govt also culpable in banking sector, says Makarfi

South Korea buries ex-leader, warms ties with North

Greece evacuates thousands as bush inferno reaches capital's suburbs

Scottish leader defends release of Lockerbie bomber

Cabinet retreat collapses as Mugabe's ministers storm out

In Lokoja, broadcasters celebrate accomplishment, chat new course

Federal staff appeal court's verdict over sale of 1004 Estate

Turkish student wins Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Dormant 'gold' rusting away in the forests

OTC transactions, Volume plunges in bearish trading

In Mushin Lagos, another building falls

Owen plans to prove critics wrong

Ronaldinho responds to Milan's call

Wanted: A lifebuoy to keep swimming afloat

Oil prices hit 2009 high above $74 on economic optimism

Virgin Nigeria seals technical deal with Ethiopian Airlines, considers rebranding

Manufacturers canvass stable price regime for gas, seek palliatives

Nigeria, others get IFC's $1.8b investments

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Soya, soya

Growing older gracefully

But We Are All Kidnapped

Once Upon My Beloved Country

Sanusi, Five Banks And Other Questions Arising

Season Of Ramadan

The Beauty Of Spoken Word, By D'Abdon

RIVERS: Arms Yet To Flow In Massively

Australia tries to halt slide in China ties

Honduras sets today's deadline for Argentine diplomats to leave

Ethiopian troops enter Somalia as rebels retake southern towns

Scotland defies U.S., frees Lockerbie bomber

Saturday, August 22, 2009

"My desire is to give hope to girls through basketball"

Heartland Wins Glo-League Super Four Play-Offs

United Hit Five But Gunners Top Table

U.S. To Partner OIC, As Obama Welcomes Ramadan Fasting Period

Yar'Adua Excited By Sanusi, Oronsaye's Actions

Bayelsa Militants Surrender 520 Guns, 96,000 Ammunition, 14 Gunboats

Cleric Lauds Muslims On Uniform Observance Of Ramadan

The Sanusition Of The Financial Market

Pros And Cons Of Proposed Reduction Of Shareholding By 50%

'Bank Reforms Good, But We Must Be Wary Of Eroding Confidence In Our System-Utomi'

Friday, August 21, 2009

FHA Officials Demanded N.8m Bribe Over Tunisia '94 Houses, Says Oliha

Ogbuke Returns, As Amodu Drops Martins, Aiyegbeni

Bolt Wants 4x100 Metres Relay Record

CSR And The Bottom-Line

Samsung Real Dreams Help African Youths

Nutricima: Fashola, Others Unveil Ultra-Modern 'Ready To Drink' Factory

Loan Crisis: Challenge Of Reputation Management For Banks

NBA Faults Withdrawal Of Orderlies From CJN, Others

Yar'Adua Urges Varsity Leaders To End Strike...Urges Support For CBN Action

Militants Surrender 347 Guns, 371 Ammunition In Bayelsa, Rivers

Sanusi: Another Czar On The Bloc?

Thursday, August 20, 2009

More militants accept amnesty, drop arms

Path to economic growth, by NACCIMA

Freedom of worship non-negotiable, says Aondoakaa

Slave Route project reunites Jacksons with their Badagry root

Battle against fear as sanity moves into the banks

A push for liberalisation in the global aviation industry

Insurance stocks tickle investors

Why Isolo-Okota axis of Lagos traffic is impossible!

NSC releases elections timetable for Paralympics Federation

Heartland back in hunt, beats Warri Wolves 2-0

Bolt adds 200 metres world record to trophy chest

Oil prices hold above $72 after big U.S. crude drawdown

PENGASSAN queries Onne Free Zone Act

Power shortage: Fashola advocates tax holidays for industrial firms

World Bank, African countries approve $1.2b trade insurance scheme

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

FEC okays changes in banks, awards N88.9b contracts

Wayas, others chart path to stability

PDP crises deepen in Anambra, Ogun

Rot in education sector deep, challenging, UBEC boss admits

Govt plans strategic appointments to boost oil reform industry

Researchers affirm efficacy of bitter kola in respiratory diseases

Support mounts for local participation in oil, gas underwriting

The hot message from American

Shareholders' group tasks CBN, CEOs of quoted firms on asset declaration

Candle light plus fuel... blaze of disaster

NPL threatens five-year ban on clubs over match-fixing

Battling Lleyton Hewitt rallies to defeat Soderling

Why sponsors shun sports

Oil prices fall to $68.69, as OPEC members break output limit

How Niger Delta can harness its resources, by Ajumogobia

'PENCOM not aware of missing N9 billion'

Do not convert N420b banks' bailout fund to equity, workers warn CBN

Bank crisis and the implications for the market

Nigerian banks' bailout as elixir for foreign investors

NBA opens digital register for members

Forum allays fear over electromagnetic radiation from base stations

Warri Wolves holds Bayelsa, Enyimba tackles Heartland today

U.S. officials join Nigerian team on aviation safety exercise

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Warri Wolves hold Bayelsa, Enyimba tackles Heartland today

NSC queries NFF over failed MRI age test

NSC absolves self of blame over drugs scandal at Berlin games

Akingbola gets court's nod to challenge sack

VP ties graft to lack of social security

Why we won't return to class now, by ASUU

Telecoms firms in dire straits, switch work gear

Nigerian ships' registry moves to UK, U.S.

Relief, as govt revs up anti-substandard products battle

PTDF boss reinstates govt's commitment to capacity building in energy sector

Energy agency raises forecast on world oil demand

'The river between govt, ASUU'

SEC okays suspension of trading on shares of five banks

His phone rang, excused his friend...was found dead next morning

US officials join Nigerian team on aviation safety exercise

Oil prices rise towards $68 as equities recover

Bank crisis: Mixed reactions emerge from industrialists

Oando lifts 730,000 barrels from offshore oil production

NBA seeks role in appointment of judicial officers, SANs

Monday, August 17, 2009

Audit exposes excess crude account fraud, indicts NNPC

Govt to meet foreign diplomats over amnesty

Adamawa cholera outbreak claims family, 36 others

NBA seeks roles in appointment of Judicial officers, SANs

Sack of bank chiefs renews focus on corporate governance

Time to rescue legal practice in Nigeria

The banks were in grave situation, living on bubble capital, says Sanusi

Stockbrokers back Dangote's five-point agenda

Refuse heaps coming soon to Yar'Adua door steps

Fulham set to make fresh bid for Kalu Uche

Flying Eagles may miss Spain training tour due to visa hassles

Fasuba laments Bolt's effect on athletics

Oil prices fall amid supply, dollar concerns

Economy on recovery path despite hiccups, say experts

Pharmaceutical manufacturers set to meet local demand by 2015

Global markets tumble as U.S. consumer outlook jitters

Audit queries N23b pensions account at CBN

Heartland hits Etoile 3-0, Bayelsa also wins

Crude oil futures slide by four per cent on uncertain economic outlook

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Economy, practice in focus as NBA conference opens in Lagos

Head of service unfolds reform agenda

Audit report queries N23b pension account at CBN

For Drive 2011, Zain takes Joli ride

Nine varsities, NGOs bag N160m BNRCC climate change grants

Court to seek historical evidence in 70 acres Lagos land dispute

The great banking crisis: How it all began

Bond market records N268.1b transactions

Angwar-Jukun: Makurdi's seedy underbelly

Consult experienced coaches, Laloko urges Obuh

Heartland hits Etoile 3-0, Bayelsa also win

Hosting a fiesta: What gains, what pains?

CBN reassures stakeholders on improved banks' risk management

Crude oil futures fall by four per cent on uncertain economic outlook

UNIDO to replace chillers in Nigeria, five other African countries

Insurers fear banks' instability may cause huge claims

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Roles Of Religious Bodies In Improving People's Lives

CAF Champions League: Heartland Seeks Second Win, Pillars Optimistic In Defeat

No Nigerian In 100m S/Final, As Fasuba, Metu, Egwero Crash

Arsenal Massacre Everton 6-1

PPA Crisis: Deputy National Chairman, National Treasurer Resign

Sack Of CEOs: Anxiety Mounts Over Fortune Of Banks

NIGER DELTA: Gbaramatu Victims Deserve Compensation

Rough Road To Armistice

Institute Seeks Improved Investment Opportunities

IoD Tasks Members On Social Responsibility

Backbone Services Firm Extends Operations To Abuja, Kano, Others

Stock Exchange To Reduce Shares Held By Individuals By 50 Per cent

Friday, August 14, 2009

INEC Finds Ballot Papers Without Serial Numbers In Ekiti

Boko Haram Threatens To Attack Lagos, Claims Link To al-Queda

How Kalu planned to defect to PDP, by Ohakim

'The Agreement Does Not Yet Exist: What Exists Is A Provisional Draft'

On historic day for Men's tennis, Clijster shines in Cincinnati

The Golden Eaglets Must Win With Integrity!

Of Golden Eaglets And Another Over-Aged Controversy

Labour threatens strike over wages, reforms

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Govt team visits N'Delta, pleads with militants

Labour threatens strike over wage, electoral reforms

Bauchi Assembly impeaches deputy governor

Awolowo institute in Lekki...for innovative thinking, youth empowerment

Mended, and with faith, the amnesty can still be steered to safe anchor

Repositioning Nigerian carriers for the American challenge

Indices, volume plunge further on the Exchange

In Enugu, new taxis create crimes, not jobs

F'Eagles not yet ready for Egypt, Siasia admits

We'll secure Premier League spot next season, says Lagos FA boss

Eaglets' coach sad over age test

Ghana's central bank chief may quit next month

Oil prices rise above $71 as IEA boosts demand outlook

IMF to inject $250b into members' coffers

NNPC seeks enactment of anti-vandalism law

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Experienced academics in short supply, UNIOSUN VC admits

Stockbrokers institute's disciplinary tribunal begins sitting in Lagos

...FIFA names South African as referee

Fashola, Odegbami extol late Okwaraji's virtues

Martins expects tough challenge from Tunisia

NCC allays fears over dangerous emissions from handsets, base stations

Oil prices rebound towards $71 as equities bolster demand

... Kicks over N100 billion capital flight through aviation

Govt adopts new accounting system for oil export

President may lose powers to remove IG in new constitution

Banks tackle loan defaulters, petition Yar'Adua

Sultan, Onaiyekan, Sheriff decry Boko Haram crisis

Union seeks abolition of nuclear weapons proliferation

Beetroot juice 'boosts stamina'

Insurance awareness campaign may refocus on classes of risk business in industry

Protein structures revealed at record pace

To the barracks, all ye policemen!

Tale of the missing Michaels

Fears over economic summit, Nweke disagrees

Lagos tax enforcement team seals off six firms

Microfinance bank empowers traders in business management

Expert puts Islamic banking market in Nigeria at N4.35tr

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

NCAA lists terms for airlines' operations

Yar'Adua, Obasanjo chart path to nation's growth

Yar'Adua cancels 2.3GHz licences

Nigeria Customs stinks, moves to immunise self against corruption

Jebba Paper Mills bounces back, operators seek favourable govt policies

CBN and the ethical banking crusade

Omatek, others partner OAU for solutions to cushion economic meltdown

NCC canvasses fibre without borders for African connectivity

Govt, shareholders raise hope on OKLNG project

Indigenous firms seek 20 per cent share of Nigeria's oil production capacity

Reprieve for the silent Moslem women

Zenith Bank, First Bank emerge most active stocks in July

For their shrines, community goes thirsty

LOC plans eight-nation tourney for Eaglets

Egypt supplants Nigeria at World Team Cup

Eagles to train for five days before Tunisia game

Farmers protest in Benue over agric sector's crises

Stakeholders seek return to coal for power generation

Group faults UK's £100m support for GM crops in Africa

UNCTAD, Japanese bank develop plan for Nigeria's economic vision

Monday, August 10, 2009

Nigeria begins campaign for IMO council seat

Govt quits talks, insists ASUU must return to work

Furore over FIFA's broadcast rights in Nigeria

Real sector haemorrhage and 600,000 blighted jobs

Absence of proper investigations before trial no excuse for extra-judicial killings

A stride to peace on the Plateau

Price losses outweigh gains on the Exchange

Nigeria, Angola ignite rivalry today

Ijebu-Ode flags off mass mobilisation for USA, UAE, others

FIFA warns Nigeria, others on over-age players

Oil prices steady around $70 as investors eye U.S. consumers

Stakeholders seek harmonisation of corporate governance codes

Labour shifts protest to Ibadan on Thursday over minimum wage, others

How to actualise Nigeria's gas master plan, by NGA boss

A club's gift of good health

Sunday, August 09, 2009

FAAN, NAMA seek Air Force's help over aviation security

Reps panels okay $500m credit facility

America pledges aid for African scientists, help fight hunger

Journalists are the least celebrated professionals in Nigeria, says Nwandu

Why African Union endorsed a new land policy, by UNHABITAT

Planners, in Ikeja model city memo, seek Police College relocation

OTC records N340b transactions

A club's gift of health

Chukwu's sack a nullity, says commissioner

I left Newcastle to save my career, says Martins

NFF chiefs converge in Lagos over age crisis

Why we take cost cutting measures, by BA chief

Oil edges down near $71 before U.S. July jobs data

Audit American firms in Nigeria, ActionAid urges U.S.

NASME wants more industrial banks

Saturday, August 08, 2009

I Can Be Siasia's Joker, Says Igboun

Manchester United Face Chelsea Test

Be Prepared To Work Harder, Onigbinde, Hamilton Tell Eaglets

Abducted Kogi Council Chairmen Regain Freedom, Wives 'Detained'

Clinton comes to Abuja

Aregbesola Released: I Didn't Hide In The Ceiling

Nigeria Prays Set To Hold One-Day Prayer Rally In Lagos

State Of Insecurity: Tall Dream In A State Of Lawlessness

N119b Spent On Food Fortification In Six Years

Stanbic IBTC Pension Assets Pays N16b To Retirees

Benefits Of World Cup To South African Tourism Campaign, By Official

IFC, Reuters Urge Protection Of Minority Shareholder Interest, Full Disclosure

Friday, August 07, 2009

Police Arrest Aregbesola, AC Kicks

Uche Nwaezeapu Wins Gulder Ultimate Search

CAN Blames Northern States, FG For Boko Haram Crisis

Deficits Of Non- Reform

Nigeria Advances, Beats Libya 97-81

Not Even Brazil Can Stop Golden Eaglets, Says Rabiu Ibrahim

Nigeria In Tough Group, Draws Argentina, Germany, Honduras

Nigerias beats South Africa 97-49

Clinton to discuss sectarian violence with Yar'Adua

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Dangote emerges NSE's president, pledges service

Clinton to discuss sectarian violence with FG

N'Assembly begins work on 2010 budget, new states

Chimamanda... echoes of Biafra in Nigerian schools

Race to save millions of dying kids from the jaws of death begins

Designing airports, hotels and airport terminals of the future

Fashola's 800 days of sustained service delivery to the youth

Unit holders approve Skye Shelter Fund's N4.65 unit payout

For the love of a Swahili teacher

IAAF to honour Nigeria's Edet in Berlin

Nigerias mauls South Africa 97-49

FIFA okays Abuja, Lagos, Enugu, Kaduna, four others for U-17 World Cup

Oil prices hit $76 in early trade, recede to $75.16

Cross River wants cut in allocation to FG

Kano State wants Chinese firm to take over airport

Workers task govt on textile industry's revival

Tales from Boko Haram's den

ABCON launches surveillance system for forex transactions

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Govt awards N83b contracts in aviation, rail, road sectors

Gory tales from Boko Haram's den

Amnesty begins today, panel woos militants

Govt has little regard for university teachers, says Egudu

Motivation as elixir for improved workplace productivity

Low birth weight may raise kidney disease risk

Insurers intensify efforts to harness potentials of life assurance in Nigeria

Scientists report original source of malaria

From Nasarawa to London with Pepa Yam

SEC stops periodic renewal of registration by capital market operators

Wanted: A human face for KAI

We're going to Egypt for trophy, says F'Eagles coach

Nigeria may avoid Brazil, Argentina, as World Cup draws hold tomorrow

Niger Delta crisis knocks off Warri centre

ABCON inaugurates electronic surveillance system for forex transactions

Oil prices steady around $71 on U.S. data

NAICOM, operators seek co-operation of oil majors on energy underwriting

Nigeria spends $12b yearly on oil, gas industry's operations, says Sanusi

Pound rises to nine-month record high against dollar after HSBC profit

Banks' lending portfolio and challenge of parlous infrastructure

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Petroleum bill and the role of effective regulatory body

The tough card on ATM

NFF AGM approves N8.9b for new season

Nigeria begins campaign today against Cote d'Ivoire

Hull may unveil Olofinjana today

CBN tasks microfinance banks on monthly returns

Oil prices fall below $71 after big rally

Africa, India bilateral trade hits $35.8 billion, says report

UNIDO initiates survey on Nigeria's industrial master plan

How Africa can tackle economic meltdown, by Gowon

Govt may seal Lagos new councils, says PDP

Yar'Adua orders probe of Boko Haram crisis, Yusuf's death

Cabotage Act fails first legal interpretation as judge urges review

Coleman's N2b plant raises profile of fledging Ogun industrial estate

E-elections in Possible with our commitment

Politics of SAT-3, independent signatories offer services prorata

Commercialisation of refineries will bring efficiency, growth of the industry, says Ogah

Investors lose N33b to bearish trading in July on NSE

Murder stalks the neighbourhood

BRIPAN to promote insolvency practice

KFC Microfinance Bank yet to resume business after six months

Oceanic Bank's loan advances increase to N600 billion

CIBN moves to enhance professionalism in banking

Banks step up debt recovery drive

Monday, August 03, 2009

How old tenancy law fuels corruption

Clark, others want end to neglect of N'Delta

Banks step up debts recovery drive

Malnutrition hits children in six states

Labour law reform: A death knell for workers' movement?

A budget of fits and bouts

Market capitalisation gains weight by 1.5 per cent

Sunday inferno in Ajegunle

FIFA inspectors happy with Warri Stadium

Sharks takes case to NFF's annual assembly

Ogbuke's return thrills Ezeugo

Israel's export to Nigeria hits $500m, says envoy

Oil prices hit 10-month high above $70 per barrel

Rates stabilise as CBN's measures take effect

VP tasks oil, gas professionals on petroleum industry bill

Policing the problems of the Police

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Preventable diseases kill 1 million Nigerian kids, says UNICEF

NCAA begins review of planes, pilots, others

Stakeholders move to source N100b textile revival fund

$7.7m regional scheme to phase-out energy guzzling bulbs, appliances

Informal Bonn talks to simplify draft climate treaty

Policing, the problems of the Police

OTC records N344.6b transactions, equities volume soars in bullish trading

Bringing new glory into old Zungeru

Worgu blames referee, ill luck for El Merreikh's loss

Heartland beats Monomotapa 3-1, tops Group B

Tickets go on sale this week, as FIFA begins final inspection of facilities

Oil prices slip below $67 as European stocks falter

FAAN, Bi-Courtney end fued over Lagos airport hotel project

Oando gets shareholders' nod to raise N200b for expansion

Reps to probe disbursement of $120m mining loan

Yar'Adua: Traveling When Nation Burns

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Govt Moves To Avert 'Boko Haram' Incident

Okogie Urges Christians To Consecrate Their Bodies To God

EFInA Ends Forum On Islamic Banking

One year Old Child, 19 Others Win Bank Scholarship

We Are Ready For December Deadline For Common Financial Year-end, Say Auditors

Adesanya, World Bank Canvass Better Investment Climate For Nigeria

Nine Suspected Boko Haram Sect Members Arrested, Killed In Maiduguri

Presidency Denies Relocation Of Varsity From Effurun

BUDGET 2009: Poor Implementation, Questionable Oversight

Victorious Ultimate Commander Returns

Wolfsburg Hands Martins Four-Year Deal

Pillars Go Top, Beat El Merreikh 3-1

Friday, July 31, 2009

Afenifere Seeks Probe Into Boko Haram Leader's Death

Nollywood star gets bail in boy rape suit

Yet, Another Week Of Religious Madness

Kanu Close To New Portsmouth Deal

You are fraudulent too, NFF replies Sudan FA

England's Football Legend, Bobby Robson, Dies

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