Guardian News Archive for September 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Nigeria's date with China on October 1

The outsourced Presidency

Bar Beach tragedy and tourism development

Diagnosis and quality of healthcare

Amending the constitution should be taken piecemeal

Iran, defiant, test-fires long-range missile

Philippines seeks typhoon aid as death toll rises

Zimbabwean court dismiss plot to kill Mugabe

Several protesters feared killed in Guinea rally

Govt renews concern on unemployment crisis

Secret of Fawehinmi's success, by Ugwuzo

Market capitalisation shed weight by N33 billion

Eyo masquerade thrills FIFA, now composite mascot

Colleagues call for prayers, as Ogedegbe's condition worsens

Siasia blames referee, strikers, as Spain compounds Flying Eagles' woes

Oil prices fall below $66 ahead of U.S. economic reports

PENGASSAN plans private refinery with other unions

Prospects of Nigerian economy without oil, by Odozi

Ship owners decry dominance of Nigerian maritime sector by foreigners

Monday, September 28, 2009

Defying the odds for a clean Lagos

Golden Eaglets 'stranded' in Abuja

Ogedengbe in coma after eye surgery

Nigeria in must win battle against Spain

Sunday, September 27, 2009

The law, the S.A.N, and the holy writ

CBN, Sanusi and the five banks

Imo: Can INEC annul entire polls?

Proposed life jail for fake drug dealers

Biographical writing...literary field yet to be fully tapped

'Opposition is in shambles... who will fight PDP?'

Hondurans blame businessmen over lingering coup dispute

Iran dares world powers, test-fires short-range missiles

ICC rejects Congolese warlord's appeal against trial

Africa-Americas summit blasts Western countries

Bayo Ohu's murder reopens campaign for better welfare package for journalists

Govt, UNDP equip refrigeration technicians for CFC phase out

REDAN wades into FMBN, estate developers' debt imbroglio

The heart's challenge to wellness

Investors stake N218 billion on bonds in bullish trading

Oil prices rise above $66, Goldman ups demand forecast

Govt agencies strategise on promotion of innovation, transfer of technology

Currency in circulation hits over N1tr

Only 10 privatised firms are doing well, says BPE

Talakawa Liberation Courier 112:Internal Colonialism In The Niger Delta? - Memo To All Progressive Nigerians

Agency Pulls Down Defective Masts In Lagos

Obi Partners ICT Firms To Empower Youths

Don Tasks Govt On Re-branding Measures

Galaxy Backbone Works To Integrate Existing Public Service Networks


Germany Outclasses USA

Siasia Promises Changes

How Nigeria can become a human rights leader

A New United Nations?

At 49, The World Is Passing Us By

Gabon's Comic Presidential Election

Globetrotting & Hitler's Children... A Poetic Offering With Global Idiom

Season Of Bonds In The States

Clerics, Others Enjoin The Living To Strive Hard To Please God

Talakawa Liberation Courier 112:Internal Colonialism In The Niger Delta? - Memo To All Progressive Nigerians (5)

I Exaggerate Falls, Van Persie Confesses

Reds Draw Gunners In Carling Cup

'Nigeria Is Paying For Neglect Of Past Heroes'

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Black History As Nigerian Fiction

Anambra 2010: PDP's G-47 One Another

Nigeria At 49: One Step Forward, Two Backward

NTF Expects Full House At Governor's Cup

Ten-Man Flying Eagles Slump 0-1 To Venezuela

Chukwumerije Embarks On Another Success Route

Friday, September 25, 2009

Ezeugo, Uche vie for Falcons' job

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Mazda family boosts CX-7 for 2010 challenges

Kayode Samuel is hairstylist of the year

In Anambra, who dares wins!

If harmless 'Oga' Bayo can be silenced...

What's our President doing in Saudi Arabia?

The lawmaker and a slap

PDP moves to fix Anambra ahead of polls

U.S. imposes travel ban on Kenyan officials

Honduran forces besiege Brazilian mission to arrest ousted leader

With art, Nigeria's golden anniversary glows in Washington

Crime thrives, when murders are not resolved

Battle for the soul of Lagos domestic airport terminal

Banks' shares lift transaction volume on the Exchange

The Bayo we will always remember

Ezeugo, Uche are favourites for Falcons' job, as NFF interviews 15 coaches

FIFA U-20 World Cup: From Tunisia '77 to Egypt 2009

We will deal with Venezuela, Flying Eagles vow

Oil prices slide further on U.S. weak energy demand

Naira firms up against dollar

Borno to rehabilitate roads to oil prospecting sites

G20 leaders pledge to reform world economy

Zombies in civilian dress

Bayo Ohu: The mystery of an assassination

A patriot's burden

Removing hindrances to refining petroleum

Hope, optimism as Abuja Carnival team steps up campaign

Netanyahu urges UN action against Iran's nuclear programme

Brazil seeks Security Council's emergency meeting on Honduras

ICC lauds success of Day of Peace

187 die in West African floods, says UN

'Peace at OAU is our greatest achievement'

PENGASSAN decries govt's indebtedness to marketers

Eating to beat heart attack

NAICOM may impose conditions for opening offshore branches

Racial disparities in diabetes prevalence linked to living conditions

All-share index rises by 1.6 per cent on the Exchange

Benue: Where guns ever run

Okonkwo, Etuhu return as Eagles regroup for Mozambique

Nigerians in Egypt mobilise support for Flying Eagles

Opening game costs N3, 000, as match tickets go on sale

CBN names four new executive directors for FinBank

Oil Prices drop below $69 on rising U.S. inventory

Delta, UK firm sign MOU on $250m Delta leisure destination project

Govt forum seeks early release of intervention funds for industrial sector

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Unusual excitement at CORA's book party for Literature Prize nominees

Plot to kidnap me was real, says Suswan

Plane crash mars Iran's military parade

Honduras forbids pro-Zelaya rally as tension rises

ICC constitutes new trial chamber for Bemba

Kenyan minister faults U.S. raid in Somalia

Thomas Wyatt declares N201 million turnover

Tahiti rates Nigeria as a difficult opponent

Golden Eaglets to begin European training tour on October 5

NFF to drag Rabiu Ibrahim to Super Eagles after Under-20 World Cup

Naira gains weight at forex market

Oil prices rebound after four-day losses, dollar sustain sliding profile

Obama seeks G-20 support to fix global economy

Halliburton scandal: Italian judge delays ruling on Eni Nigeria's deal with NNPC

The glow beyond the gloom

The tragedy of tyranny

Failures of intelligence

Bad roads, development and safety of life

Cabotage implementation moves to Lokoja ahead of River Niger's dredging

Manufacturers groan over credit squeeze

Microfinance banks and loan default

Abolition of family banks: A remix of an old tune?

Radiocommunication for meteorology to combat climate change

GSMA unfolds plans to boost communication, reach 20m unbanked by 2012

World oil demand to grow in 2010, says OPEC

Govt woos foreign investors in Nigerian oil, gas sector

A gift of 'legs' from Rotary

UK firm offers course on Islamic banking to Nigerian managers

TUC urges banks to follow due process in staff retrenchment

FRC boss picks holes on reports by agencies

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

INEC's actions won't stop Obi in Anambra, says Umeh

INEC's actions wont stop Obi's in Anambra, says Umeh

Monday, September 21, 2009

WAFU female championship now for November

D' Tigress resumes training tomorrow

Senate panel indicts NFF over Nigerian football woes

Gani: The people's General

ASUU: Beyond Aluta Continua

Climate change: Issues Nigeria should focus on

The protest by physically challenged persons in Jalingo

Resurrecting photography, Perspective, unites artists

INEC's actions wont affect Obi's in Anambra, says Umeh

Afghan police reject more U.S. troops to curb violence

France slams Khamenei's 'Zionist cancer' remark

Govt forces, rebels clash again in Darfur

Zuma plans to close gap between rich, poor

Coping with sudden job loss

Petroleum Bill will rob Niger Delta rights of existence

Swine flu jab...the new visa weapon

Nigerian Breweries projects N43.9b turnover, N8b profit in fourth quarter

Eid-el-Fitri: It's low-key in Lagos

Oil prices fall further as investors seek signs of recovery

World Bank lauds Bayelsa's mid-term economic report

Shareholders link merger, acquisition to crisis in Union Bank

Path to textile sector's revival, by manufacturers

'Government has taken sides against us'

Senate promises more funds for LOC, calls for improved security

Pillars, Heartland clash in semifinals

A memoir of embarrassing tales as another brews

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Ben Akabueze at 50

A climate-smart future

Still on the ASUU strike

The new rail initiative

Festival of songs, poetry and drama at Bola Ige's 79th birthday anniversary

Bayari: 'Government has taken sides against the us'

WHO tasked on swine flu fears in Western Pacific

Israel not planning strike on Iran, says Medvedev

AIDS crisis threatens South Africa, activist warns

Burundi opposition seeks troops' recall from Somalia

Why government should handle digital transition carefully, by Ohuabunwa

Lagos plans international design contest for demolished BOI site

Govt, UNDP, NGOs seal pact on Nigeria's climate change action plan

Different roads to Oyo

Investors raise stakes in equities

A Sunday red with Bayo's blood

Oil falls below $72 on slow demand recovery concerns

Sante-Marie replaces Ligali as Zain's CEO

GTB declares N85.9b gross earnings, N8.7b profit in six months

NACCIMA seeks special intervention funds for cities, industrialists

My Poetry, My Art, By Nine Literature Prize Finalists

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Mixed Metaphors

A Peek At Umlanga: The Swazi Reed Dance

Onovo's Gaffe


My Poetry, My Art, By Nine Literature Prize

APGA: A Vanishing Local Champion

Our Faith In Okoh, By Anglican Priests

The Anambra Debacle

SA Chief Issues Semenya Apology

Man Utd Have Got Weaker, Says Hughes

Pele, Maradona Back To The Trenches Over World Best

Ban Substandard Starch Products Now, Firm Urges NAFDAC

Etisalat Ends Win-a-phone Campaign

Zain Nigeria Gets IT Expert As New CEO

Outrage Over Poor Internet Services In Rivers

Friday, September 18, 2009

Creative Industry As Revenue Generator, By AIG Frank Imuokhuede

'PDP Is The Problem Of Nigeria'

A Nation Aloof; Hanging On To Providence

FIFA's Transfer Workshop Begins On September 28

Lobi Stars: A New Management, Fresh Ambitions

Globacom Premier League Returns

Arik faults new concessioning mandate of airport terminal to Bi-Courtney

Nigeria Prize for Literature: Book party for nine poetry awardees

New primate, same steadiness in the Anglican Church of Nigeria

Honduran candidates back deal to restore ousted president

Rancour, relief as U.S. scraps missile defence shield

Top Rwandan genocide suspect pleads guilty

18 die as suicide bombers hit Somalia AU base

Nigeria Prize for Literature: Book party for nine poetry awaerdees

Adebayor gets three-match suspension

Obaseki charges committee to go for qualified match commissioners

Martins, Etuhu may return against Mozambique

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Avocado, the butter pear

New Teana tops D segment sales profile

Top 10 fashion mistakes to avoid

How I was stalked at Brisbane airport

Sanusi: An elephant in the China shop

Of phone guns, Coca-Cola and Nigeria

The UN action on climate change

We are getting it right in Rivers State, says Amaechi

Okoh in the divided Communion; New primate, same steadiness in the Anglican Church of Nigeria

Promoting Nigeria-South Africa relations through efficient air transport pact

CBN, SEC to strengthen alliance over bank reforms

On and on, the bulldozers roll...

Oil prices trade around $72 on dollar rebound

Mixed reactions trail CBN's agenda on banks' ownership, reforms

U.S. EXIM partners Nigeria firm to establish $120m refinery in Edo

Arik battles new concessioning mandate of airport terminal to Bi-Courtney

Researchers stop Staph, E. coli infections with guava, local spice extracts

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Gaffe in Gani's epitaph?

Fadelu, the teacher-emeritus at 85

Turbulence in the banks: Some notes

Hiccups in amnesty deal

70 cheers for Sofowote's seven class acts

South East will benefit more from a united PDP, says Nlemigbo

South Korea wary over North-U.S. talks

Israel rejects independent probe on Gaza war

Libya heads UN General Assembly, urges global peace

Mugabe claims progress on unity deal, seeks foreign investment

ETF, academics devise strategies to revive book production, reading culture

Commonwealth, NEPC canvass export of Nigerian professional services

XResearchers stop Staph, E. coli infections with guava, local spice extracts

NAICOM charts roadmap for expansion of industry

How proteins control skin-making stem cells

It is...the gas next time!

Sanusi's visit lifts volume, indices on the Exchange

Benue: Hazardous zone for reporters

Ivoiriens gave us a good fight, Bakare admits

...charges Heartland, Pillars to win last group games

NFF to name new coaches for Super Falcons, Falconets next week

Association to raise intervention funds for microfinance banks

Oil prices inch further, near $71 ahead of U.S. report

Global aviation industry's losses to hit $11b by December

NNPC begins new search for oil in Chad Basin with $232 million

Honduras envoy 'ordered out' of UN rights body

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Egypt, Kenya, four others vie for Fashola's N10 million

Aberdeen finally blocks Aluko from Egypt 2009

Ndanusa insists on fresh MRI test for Eaglets

Gani as I know him

How much land does a man need?

Remembering the greats

Gani Fawehinmi (1938 - 2009)

Silence from Abuja to Lagos on Creativity Day

Political rancour in Bayelsa, uncalled for, says Ogoriba

Iraqi shoe thrower unrepentant after release from jail

Israelis, Palestinians present Middle East peace manual

Mugabe denies scuttling unity govt progress

Imo to audit Nigeria's implementation of global maritime standards

Banking sector crisis worrisome, say manufacturers

Global recession: Officials urge bedrock reforms to prevent future crises

Banking sector cleansing: More challenges ahead

GSMA endorses new 3GPP standard

ITU rates Nigerian telecoms high, calls for sustained investment

DPR moves to punish erring operators

World Bank investment in renewable energy hits $3.3b

Killing polio: Nigeria misses the target again

Stocks sustain sliding profile on the Exchange

Waiting for life ...or

Virgin Nigeria airline gets new name tomorrow

Oil prices rise above $69 after upbeat U.S. data

AfDB, Ecobank explore new regional project financing partnership

FG, states parley on new industrialisation agenda

Leeway to seamless pension administration, by stakeholders

Injury knocks Ike Uche out for one year

Nwosu doubts Nigeria's readiness for FIFA U-20 World Cup

Again, NFF pleads for Amodu, as Lulu denies quit notice

Monday, September 14, 2009

Gani: Unmasking hypocrisy in high places

Corporate recklessness and corporate governance

Green technology: Can developing countries cope?

Reprieve for convicted 27 peacekeepers

Mothers of Africa... image rebirth from Fayemi's lens

Confusion clouds constitution review

Again, Netanyahu forecloses construction freeze in West Bank

U.S. can't win Afghan war, says Bin Laden

Gabonese shun strike call over Bongo's election

Africa seeks share of global military budget to tackle illiteracy

Where conditions for bail are stringent, they defeat the essence

A deadlier Navy, safer waters

Again, bearish trend clips N47b from market capitalisation on the Exchange

SOS... for last three standing

AP's plan for modern refinery on course, says Falasinu

Oil prices fall below $69

Govt to enforce strong corporate governance in insurance sector, says minister

Nigeria, UK trade volume hits £2.7 billion

It might be fatal not reforming the electoral system, says Ajibola

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Niger Delta: From 'exclusion' to developmess?

Widowhood is not a disease

Watching greatness passing by

The nine-year basic education programme

Beyond the comfort zone

Govt, ASUU face-off may ruin education, says Ajibola

U.S. revokes visas of Honduras' interim president

Netanyahu warns Lebanon over further attacks on Israel

Uganda arrests 640 after deadly riots

Tsvangirai accuses Mugabe of violating unity deal

'We are committed to reviving the Daily Times'

2009 America's most affordable real estate properties

Jitters hit mortgage operators, depositors over CBN clampdown

Hospitals...fighting for the soul of patients

Bond market records N546.8b transactions

Bruised, detained unto death

Failed MRI test: NFF prepares secret U-17 team

Nigeria, Cote D'Ivoire battle for sole ticket

Hard-fighting Pillars join Heartland in semifinals

... As chamber faults CBN's banking reforms' strategy

Oil prices fall below $71 as fears over energy demand heighten

Global economic crisis may continue, says IMF chief

Investors lose N688b in one month to sliding shares of banks

Bank Crisis: Stock Market Dips Further

Etisalat Launches 'Easynet' Suite Of Data Services

Stock Market Community To Set Agenda For CBN Governor On Five Troubled Banks

Massive Sack Looms In Banking Halls

My11 Fantasy Games Debut

Saturday, September 12, 2009

GANI: The Final Betrayal

The ASUU-Federal Govt Face-off

Gani's Death And Ribadu's Return

The Condemned Citizens' Dilemma

Kaine Paints Abuja Yellow

National Assembly, Constitutional Amendment And Nigerian Federation (2)

Common Mistakes In Ramadan

Gani In The Dock

Glover Wins ITU Medical Committee Seat

My11 Fantasy Games for African Football Enthusiasts Debut

Raindrops fall on everybody's head, causing organisers headache

'It's Time To Have A Visionary Leader In Anambra'

Born To Rebel

Yobo Threatens Court Action Over Party Stories

South Africa Beats 'War Drums' Over Semenya

I Don't See Eagles Qualifying For World Cup, Says Nwosu

Friday, September 11, 2009

Australia downplays rift with Indonesia in war crimes probe

Gani, the luminous of courtrooms, weeps over 'small things', injustice

Audit exercise: 11 more banks in need of recapitalisation

Australia downplays rift with Indonesia over war crimes probe

EU steps up efforts for new global climate pact

AU sues for peace in Somaliland

Crisis looms in Sudan as ex-foes fail to strike deal

A widow's cross... without a male child

Oseni, Chrisantus missing as Siasia names squad

Semenya 'is a hermaphrodite with no womb, ovaries,' claims Australian newspaper

Eagles get Mozambique, Kenya boost

A taste of coconut

New Cadillac SRX gets more style, innovations

Glamorous gladiators

Cleaning up the banks: Let's do this thing properly

Gani: A personal encounter

Gani: Radical to the end

Lessons from Japan's election

CDRM, CNPP tasks lawmakers on review of constitution

The lure and pressure of duty-free shopping

Guinness shareholders to get N11.1b dividend

Recovery signs push up IEA oil demand forecasts

ITU declares Nigeria largest telecom market in Africa

Shareholders fault tribunal's judgment on alleged AP shares manipulation

Audit exercise: 11 more banks in need of recapitalization

Thursday, September 10, 2009

We will checkmate TP Mazembe rampaging strikers, says Heartland coach

U.S. voices concern over Iran's nuclear activity

Bada attributes Nigeria's sports woes to shoddy preparation

We will checkmate TP Mazembe's rampaging strikers, says Heartland coach

NFF dismisses calls for Amodu's sack

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Real bankers wanted

Weep not for Gani

Rebellions and insurrections

Islamic banking and the economy

Night of glitz, glamour for copyright commission at 20

'True federalism is the answer for Niger Delta'

U.S voices concern over Iran's nuclear activity

New report contradicts Israel on Gaza deaths

African MPs visit dying Lockerbie bomber in hospital

Mob action spreads as Congolese spurn judicial system

Fashola, Sosan upbeat as private sector support for Lagos schools soars

TUC tasks Nigerians on Gani's legacies

Green vegetables to heart rescue

Investors frown at NAICOM's absence at insurers' yearly general meeting

Cell discovery opens new chapter in drug development

CSCS declares N11.15b turnover, N4.2b profit in 2008

In Benue, the rain brings floods, tears

New gas plant to service ALSCON, Ibom Power underway

Lagos Assembly holds public hearing on multiple taxation

Oil prices rise above $72, dollar hits lowest level this year

NACCIMA urges caution over ongoing banking reforms

For this banker, not the means...the end is debt recovered

Visa problems scuttle Sierra Leone's dream

Afghanistan dents USA's ambitions, Hong Kong beats Uganda

This NFF has conspired to destroy our common happiness, says Gara Gombe

Fawehinmi: End of an essential episode

Gani Fawehinmi: Demise of an ethical voice

A lost generation of Super Eagles

Civil servants and television sets in offices

Censors Board's desire is to create order in Nollywood, says Mba

Adebayo, Aturu, Omoboriowo, others eulogise Gani

Mexico sacks attorney general in anti-drug campaign failure

UN-backed commission orders Afghan vote recounts amid flaws

Tsvangirai urges foreign monitoring of Zimbabwe's accord

Sarkozy lauds Bongo's victory in Gabon polls

Govt spends N86 million on maritime skills acquisition programme

SON tackles manufacturers, importers of roofing sheets

Anticipating bandwagon in the bond market

Printing more naira: Economic solution or suicide?

AfDB supports Helios Towers with $300m for shared infrastructure project

Mobile phones narrow digital divide, 50 per cent global communities connected

Indigenous oil firm to float 20,000bpd refinery

Nigeria wants oil output maintained, as OPEC meeting holds today

Shareholders back moves by EFCC to probe Stockbrokers

Gani in the eyes of beggars, students

Microfinance banks mobilise N7.5b savings

Oil prices rise above $71 as dollar continues to fall

Leeway to resolving confidence crisis in Nigeria's financial markets, by Lemo

BUA acquires two cement firms, budgets $300m for facility upgrade

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Libya rules out payments to IRA victims' families

Monday, September 07, 2009

The National Assembly and matters arising

A personal tribute to Gani

Nigerian content: Harnessing indigenous divers

The Berlin flop and a troubled sports sector

At 50, printmaker Adeyemi celebrates 25 years of Dispatches

Associates rain tributes on Gani

British court convicts three for transatlantic jet bombing plot

Iran forecloses talks on its nuclear activities

Uneasy calm as Gabon recovers from post-election violence

Still, employment prospects remain dim

Gani Fawehinmi: A priceless life

That traditional medicine may find its rightful place

Market capitalisation falls further by 1.2 per cent

In Lagos, a gory auto-crash heralds 'ember-months'

NFF to met tomorrow over Amodu, Super Eagles

Stakeholders divided over Super Eagles' chance

South Africa 2010 World Cup: Another dream deferred

Oil prices sustain rising profile as weaker dollar boosts demand

CBN injects N105.57b into economy through treasury bills

Nigerian Breweries overtakes First Bank as most capitalised firm

Investments in bonds hit N12.12 trillion in eight months

Investors stake N422 billion on bonds, lose N262 billion in equities sector

Iraq presses UN envoy on bombings, Syria

In Abuja, hot chase for one private network licence

Investors stake N422 billion on bonds, lose N262 billion on sharesequities sector

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Tribute to a mighty oak: Gani Fawehinmi

Fixed tenure for permanent secretaries and directors

Gani: A General for justice passes on

Reforming the civil service

Awhangan... rescuing democracy from tyranny the Badagry way

Gani, by some of those who cut their legal teeth in his chamber

Obama's environmental adviser quits amid controversy

Iraq presses UN envoy on bombings tribunal, Syria

ICC explains decision to postpone hearings on Bemba's release

Brown vetoed Libyan payout to IRA victims, says report

Lagos, firms meet over industrial pollution control

Quantity surveyors stall exams as chapters wade into crisis

NSE boss allays stockbrokers' fears over margin loan saga

Tears for Lekki's sprawling shanty

My teammates were not professional, says Yobo

Fans vent spleen on Eagles

Tunisia retains top spot in Group B after draw in Abuja

LCCI partners Romania on bi-lateral business council

Oil prices steady above $68

Governor wants review of guidelines on CFTZ, CFP

Investors stake N422 billion on bonds, lose N262 billion on shares

'Foreign Investors Taking Over The Embattled Banks Will Benefit Nigerian Shareholders'

arties At A Critical Juncture

Cameroun, Cote D'Ivoire get vital win

Federer Beats Hewitt, Defending Champion

Cameroun, Cote D'Ivoire gets vital win

Be Ruthless Against Tunisia, Yar'Adua Tells Eagles

Foreign Investors Taking Over The Embattled Banks Will Benefit Nigerian Shareholders

'Selling The Banks Will Amount To Economic Sabotage'

It Is Wrong To Sell The Banks In a Hurry, says Chairman of Economic Summit Group

Fasehun: 'Sanusi Neither Considers The Economy Nor Banks' Shareholders'

Wanted: Nigeria, The TV Show

Beyond The Eagles' Clash In Abuja

Gani: Death Of A Great Lawyer

NBA And The SAN Controversy

Macedonia... A Country Built On Poetry

Parties At A Critical Juncture

Gospel Pentecostal Assembly Celebrates Golden Jubilee

DPA Mulls Merger Option

Banks Dominate Trading

Saturday, September 05, 2009

A Well-organised Nollywood... Lilian

'There Is No Parallel PDP In Enugu'

Uneasy Calm Reigns Among Bank Workers

SA Tourism Takes Fans To Nigeria/Tunisia Qualifier

Tunisia Shelves Ramadan Fasting For Eagles

Forget Retirement, World Cup Ticket Is My Headache, Says Kanu

Friday, September 04, 2009

Ban demands rapid progress on climate talks

Kenyan parliament rejects reappointment of anti-graft boss

Flood ravages Burkina Faso, Niger, sacks thousands

Evargrin Koncept... for indigenous languages to endure

Carthage Eagles in today

Be smart, Akanni, Disu tell Eagles

Amodu, Kanu declare war on Tunisia

U.S. SEC, CFTC to sharpen rules on market manipulation

UNIDO begins industrial salt production in Ebonyi soon

In Ghana: One trip, many experiences

I am militant too, Mr. President

Portrait of a country as a failed state

The visa application crisis

Plateau: The many forces against Gov Jang

U.S. envoy warns Gaddafi over UN trip

EFCC ups the stakes in the anti-graft war

Sustaining air travel business through in-flight service

Market indices drop further by 0.9 per cent on the Exchange

'With SAY, hope abounds'

Oil prices above $68 on weaker U.S. dollar, OECD forecast

Imo abolishes cash transaction system, dissolves revenue board

U.S SEC, CFTC to sharpen rules on market manipulation

UNIDO set to commence industrial salt production in Ebonyi

Thursday, September 03, 2009

UN warns against further killings in Southern Sudan

Oh ! If we were in Cameroun...

Nigeria loses N1.5b to indiscriminate leather exports, say manufacturers

China detains 15 parents over lead poison unrest

Netanyahu rules out freezing settlements in West Bank

S' Africa to sack 1,300 soldiers for violent protest

Ghana overtakes Nigeria in FIFA's ranking

Ejide injured, Ogbuke happy to be back

Super Eagles begin full training, vow to thrash Tunisia

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Hope Eghagha at 50

Ogun: Between Amosun and people's power

Exploring the failed state

Edward Kennedy (1932 - 2009)

Conflict of interests at the copyright commission's anniversary lecture

Oyo PDP crisis far from over

Ondo floors opponents in national secondary science competition

TUC faults FBN's proposed staff rationalisation exercise

Low-carb diets 'damage arteries'

International Energy Insurance records N3.03b premium, seeks additional N40b capital

New discovery unravels where chimp, human diverge

An ancient blight, a modern evil

Banking stocks lift volume on the Exchange

Oh ! If we were in Cameroon...

How to achieve 6000mw power generation, by engineers

OPEC will maintain crude oil production targets, says President

Nigeria losses N1.5b to indiscriminate leather exports, say manufacturers

Abuja requires N30b to develop infrastructure, says AIIC boss

NAICOM initiates strategies for market expansion

'Opposition can't dislodge PDP in North West zone'

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Vernacular haram

ASUU and Nigeria 's other war

Bank chiefs and the Nigerian in us

CBN, EFCC and the five banks: Matters Arising

Badagry Folk Festival... a tourism haven in search of national touch

Swiss president faces calls to resign over Libya row

Europe remembers WWII victims, plans against reocurrence

NIWA, LASWA clash over enforcement of safety regulations on waterways

Govt, VEOPAN trade tackles over alleged neglect of industrial sector

Arrest, detention of banks' chieftains: How right is EFCC?

Govt assures of flexibility in NITEL sale

Broadband penetration imperative for Nigeria's technological advancement

Bank reforms may affect fuel importation, say marketers

Chinese firm, Sinopec, concludes take-over of Addax, to change directors

Yes, we can behead the fake drugs monster

NSE re-admits five banks, market capitalisation down by N100b

War against refuse: Women in driving seat

Obuh still optimistic despite age crisis

Tsonga, Federer cruise into second round of U.S. Open

18 Eagles in camp, train under tight police security

World airlines record $2b over rising oil price, falling fares

Plateau, Nasarawa meet over foreign loan

How to improve supply of petroleum products, by NACCIMA

Stakeholders fault CBN's plan to sell five banks

No problem with the vice president, says Sylva

apan opposition tackles economy after historic election victory

Monday, August 31, 2009

Abolishing the one-way street

Soludo, banking reforms and the high profile debtors

CBN and banks: Dealing with the root of the crisis (2)

Averting another teachers' strike

German archaeologists revisit the mystery of Nok

I have no problem with the vice president says Sylva

Japan opposition tackles economy after historic election victory

Fortune helped fuel Kennedy family's legacy, agenda

Bongo's son claims lead in Gabon's presidential polls

Lockerbie decision purely on 'justice,' says Scottish minister

Govt and agitation for living wage

How the judiciary has amended the constitution

Anxiety as investors await fresh directives on five banks

Tears on Njemanze troubled waterfront

Wenger berates Man United over antics

FCT Police, NFF meet over Nigeria/Tunisia tie

Super Eagles begin training today, Tunisia expected on Friday

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