Guardian News Archive for November 2009

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Yar'Adua: Poor Health And Half-truths

Students Of Grief And Laughing

Who Is In Charge Of Nigeria?

The Global Elders Coalition Against Climate Change

'Oprah's Book Club Announcement Was A Shock To Me'- Akpan

NGIGE: I'm The Candidate To Beat

Diocese Of Lagos: Mother Diocese Of All Nigeria Anglican Communion Turns 90

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid Of Millennial, Postmodern Capitalism (3)

Aghahowa Dreams Super Eagles Come Back

SSS Intervention Too Hasty, Says LOC

Winning is not everything; Djokovic wins, crashes out

Standard Chartered Launches Nigerian-Malaysian Trade Corridor

Stakeholders Commend Listing Of Firm's Shares

Task Public Office Holders on Projects Not Handouts Manzo Tells Nigerians

Group Task Govt On Poverty Eradication, Unemployment

Friday, November 27, 2009

Kolawole To Writers: Prizes Won Abroad Based On Negative Writings About Nigeria Are Unpatriotic

'I believed Taraba PDP Will Allow For Free, Fair And Competitive Bargaining'

Bound On Ego Trip

Vidic Rejects Exit Rumours

Everton Set For City Derby Clash With Liverpool

World Stars Battle For Obudu Mountain Race's $50,000 Prize

Anxiety as Imo awaits verdict on governorship tussle

DMO sells Federal Government bonds worth N2.51 billion

Anxiety as Imo awaits court's decision on governorship tussle

India remembers deadly Mumbai attacks, one year after

British minister justifies Afghan role despite loss of soldiers

ICC prosecutor requests probe of Kenya's post-election violence

Eritrea warns West on sanctions over Somalia

1979... Fiofori's photographic peep into history, culture

Food, commodity prices fly away, true hunger in the land

Thursday, November 26, 2009

New Subaru Legacy Sedan, Outback settle in Nigeria

Getting rid of unwanted hair

Contracts, contracts! Where has the money gone?

Tribute to Ralph Alabi

Dead or alive?

Barka de Sallah

Hajj in perspective (3)

Ancillary revenue to the rescue of airlines

Socio-economic dimensions of the rule of law: The Delta State model

Tripple Gee, Hallmark Insurance target improved turnover in 2010

Low tide Eid-el-Kabir in Lagos

NOC yet to inform Ndanusa of disqualification from polls

I am not washed out, just tired, says Nadal

IK Uche eyes quick recovery, Kanu queues behind Amodu

Oil prices fall to near $77 amid uncertainty over demand

Govt signs contract for 215 MW Kaduna power plant

DMO sells Federal Government bonds worth N2.51billion

Poverty eradication: Nigeria adopts Latin American strategy

NAICOM classifies insurance agency network in Nigeria

Warri Wolves plans big carnival for Eromoigbe, Temile, others

FDIs in telecoms hit $12b in four years, says Ndukwe

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Anambra: Who is afraid of good governance?

In praise of Jimmy Carter

The recurrent fuel scarcity

The Copenhagen climate change summit

In Lagos, Brownz, Maino Bring It To Life

Council polls: Chime flags off campaign amidst legal concerns

Israel prepares new arms to meet Iran challenge

Philippines massacre probe focuses on Arroyo's ally

Furry felons rob South African tourists, steal food

Report accuses U.S., Europe of aiding Rwandan rebels

Why Open University is relevant to national needs, by Jegede

Workers threaten disruption of telecoms services over unpaid salaries

Herbal mix may reverse tobacco damage, helps smokers quit

Study shows heavy metal contamination of Lagos ground water

Investment tribunal settles N100b worth disputes in six years

Death trap on Umuahia/Ikot Ekpene Road

NFF confirms Obuh's promotion, re-appoints Uche for Falcons

NSC reels under cash crunch, shops for marketers

Crude oil prices firm ahead of U.S. energy report

States get poverty eradication ministries, N4.5b for wealth creation

Stakeholders query CBN's policy on aluminium products, urge review

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Gangsterism: Between Nigeria and South Africa

Lawyers and the court's sanctions

Soludo and Cole's lowly road

Between the Attorney General and Justice Minister

Don berates private sector for insensitivity to art, entertainment industry

Lawmakers count costs of aborted joint session

Zelaya accuses U.S. of weakening anti-coup movement

Philippines declares emergency after brutal killings

ICC registrar presents outreach report to member states

France lauds Sudanese woman for fighting trousers' law

Cotecna's investment in destination inspection hits N8.5 billion

Imperative of SMEs to economic growth, by experts

Bad debt: A case for prudential guideline review

Consolidated supervision: The answer to banking rot?

Lagos digital map ready, links navigational satellite

Africa's Internet exchange points score well on lowering latency

Nigeria's slow economic development revolves around policy issues, says NGA president

OPEC worries over Kyoto protocol challenges

Telecoms: The pride of Africa's development

Oando declares N343b turnover, N6.64b profit in third quarter

A 'thank you' and sight from India

Don't ignore corruption charges against LOC, NANF tells EFCC

FEC approves National Sports Policy

Eagles to camp in Namibia for Nations Cup

Oil prices slip towards $77 as markets await data

Obstacles to achieving Vision 2020, by Nnamani

Fashola to FG: Seek input of states on choice, location of projects

Burden of post-banking reform challenges in Nigeria, by LCCI

Ikpeba backs Amodu, calls for technical adviser

Monday, November 23, 2009

Remembering Chike Chigbue

Border-line fraud

Our decrepit electricity infrastructure

The faltering war on corruption

ARESUVA '09: Problems, challenges of visual art in period of crises

Only mega party can wrestle PDP in 2011, says Tofa

21 die in Philippines election attack

Chinese families protest mine disaster as death toll rises

Tsvangirai ally's trial based on false evidence, says lawyer

ICC starts second trial for ex-Congolese warlords

Rumble in civil service over appointments

Time allowed by rules governing election tribunals must be fixed

'State craft, corruption and national development'

NSE admits N13.2b shares of Resort Savings & Loans

Wanted: A timely stitch against flood

NFF contacts agents over friendlies for Eagles

Soderling dismisses Nadal at ATP World Tour finals

Ikpeba supports Amodu, calls for technical adviser

Oil prices rise above $78 amid Iranian war games

Gas supply challenges hit Geregu power plant

Nigerian owned U.S. firm acquires Pacific Asia Petroleum

Litigation threatens reactivation agenda for Ajaokuta steel complex

National Assembly dispute not uncommon, says Segun Adeniyi

Denmark confirms 65 leaders for UN climate talks

Russia's president slams ruling party over vote fraud

Mubarak, Peres hold 'frank' Middle East talks

Ugandans upset over Chavez's praise for Amin

Mubarak wades into Egypt, Algeria row

Ajetunmobi out, Ogundele vows to defend Asoju-Oba title

NFF threatens to dump Glo, AIT over debts

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Soludo and Hegel's theory

The challenge of Gettysburg address

Still on Anambra's Ijele

Alleged mismanagement of the ecological fund

Face of A Nation... A writer's vision for a new Nigeria

At African media forum, experts push for improved content, structure

Schlumberger Nigeria, Lagos flex muscles over environment charges

Nigeria, others tipped to drive Africa's CDM, 'green energy' growth

A convergence for child rights

Investors stake N515.2b on bonds, shares in one week

New life for Kano's old roads

Oil prices wobble on recovery concerns

Govt grants solar plant licence

Quality of governance remains Nigeria's major challenge to development, say experts

MAN, others agree on N40 new gas price

ANA: So Much Promises, So Little Achievements

For Democracy To Thrive, Ishola Advises Church Leaders To Be Alive To Their Responsibilities

Chelsea Still On Top, Arsenal Lose

Enyimba, Heartland Rumble In Aba, As Lobi hosts 3SC

Fraudsters Bait Preys With Nigeria Coaching Job, Says NFF

Saturday, November 21, 2009

An Emerging Crisis On Our Roads

Chinua Achebe: Too Dangerous For Absence

What Manner Of Lawmakers?

Lawyers And The Court's Sanctity

ANA, So Much Promises, So Little Achievements

Who Is Afraid Of The Uwais Report?

ASO ROCK 2011: No Vacancy Today

Expert Tasks Insurers On ICT

Health Commissioner Harps On Healthy Living, As Firm Re-launches Product

Lucky Fibres Bags MAN Award

Government Releases Counterpart Funds For Railway Projects

Friday, November 20, 2009

Art Is Business, Nothing Less For Nwokolo

'We Are Bringing Development To The Doorsteps Of The People'

'The Ex-militants Should Be Patient With Government'

Nigeria Draws Mozambique, Egypt, Benin

Nigeria Begins Quest For Place In Youth Olympics

From FIFA, The Unexpected Verdict

Macro-Concerns about Micro-Finance Brands!

XRe-brand Super Eagles Platform AS Veritable Tool

Coke Unveils 'Happiness Expedition' Team

Can Media Brands Survive Without Positioning?

Between Olumo and Aso: Can culture humanise power?

ICC member-states summit opens, agrees on work format

Restoring passengers' confidence in air travel

A Lagos mite for widow, honours for 16 policemen

ICC member states-summit opens, agrees on work format

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Cooking the cod

Standard equipment behind 2010 Ford Edge

Fashion of yesteryears

A second term for Yar'Adua?

The dilemma of military pensioners

Minority rights: The sin of lying

Limit fuel imports from Senegal

PDP dominance of polls will spell doom, says Obioha

Karzai seeks unity, pledges war on corruption

U.S. warns Iran of consequences over nuclear standoff

Report implicates Mozambique's ruling party in corruption

ICC member states summit opens, agrees on work format

Hajj (pilgrimage to Makkah) in perspective (2)

How scholars rose to save history in Brazil

Restoring passenger confidence in air travel

The Nigerian child

NSE rejigs hierarchical structure, lists GT Assurance shares

Lagos honours for slain naval officer, 16 cops

Draws hold today, Nigeria to camp in S'Africa

2010 World Cup organisers raise flags as qualifiers emerge

I'm qualified for NOC elections, Ndanusa insists

Oil prices fall below $79 amid mixed economic signs

Spring Bank restructures, lays-off workers

Oando ratifies convention on business integrity

PHCCIMA targets N18b revenue from trade fair

Bancassurance facilitates insurance penetration in emerging markets, says Adejumo

Johnson Toritsemotse: A Tribute

Budget ritual runs against lawmakers' ego

NUC defends action on Lead City University

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Football and the sporting industry

Should Soludo run for governor?

For Roberts S. Roberts

Much more than a matter of interest rates

ION Film Festival to rev up Rivers

Budget ritual runs into hitch over lawmakers' ego

U.S Congress urges lift of Cuba travel ban

Israel faults U.S. anger at settlement plan

Zimbabwean migrants flee South Africa over job tensions

Guinea's unrest won't destabilise region, says minister

Lead City varsity's allegation of victimization: NUC reacts

Mass sack of non-teaching staff looms in universities

Fresh concerns over safety of herbal preparations

Bancassurance facilitates insurance penetration in emerging markets, say Adejumo

Johnson Toritsemotse-A Tribute

NSE explains support for Sierra Leone Stock Exchange

Tackling Benin City's refuse heaps

Borno wants 2012 NSF rights

LOC, states trade blame over missing 71 FIFA, Kia cars

Ndanusa disqualified

Tourist Company to offer 710, 000, 000 new ordinary shares

Oil prices rise near $80 as U.S. crude supplies drop

NGO, others to sue Edo over personal income tax

Trade sector stakeholders seek review of regulatory guidelines

Gaslink hinges gas price hike on standard pricing model

Eagles knows opponents on Friday

Global financial crisis: AfDB grants over $8b credit to institutions

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Wanted: The police as agent of development

Why Iwu must go

The road much travelled

The FIFA U-17 World Cup

Culture, media key to national re-branding success, says Akunyili

Shown should be ready to face consequences of his actions, says Shuluwa

EU rejects Palestinian statehood appeal

U.S, China pledge cooperation amid sharp differences

Ivoirien army steps up security, deploys troops in Abidjan

Mugabe defends land reforms, attacks West

Absence of infrastructure threatens N1.2 trillion Lekki port project

Trade fair as a boost to industrial performance

Troubled banks: AMC to the rescue?

Global ICT regulator shares vision of tomorrow's networks, services

Nigeria remains investors' preferred destination, say minister, NCC boss

Nigeria loses 2.3m bpd of oil in three months

Not yet assurance for your health

Shareholders seek access to tribunal's judgment on alleged AP share scam

Anxiety as 'fuel scarcity' pains persist

Again, Switzerland beats Nigeria

Eagles' opponents emerge on Friday

We are ready for probe, says LOC

Oil prices slide as dollar rebounds

Govt okays 50 per cent price support for improved seedlings to farmers

Global financial crisis: AfDB grants over $8 credit to institutions

South East govs to strategise for second Niger Bridge

Amnesty and hints of a new chapter

Israel warns Palestinians over seeking independence

Obama nudges China on human rights

Ethiopia refutes rebels' claim on towns

Kenyans recruited to fight in Somalia, says report

Amuwo Odofin council rewards workers

Monday, November 16, 2009

A 'dangerous' man in the Central Bank

Is life a terminal illness?

Energy mix as key to guaranteed power supply

ASUU and the post-UME

Post Amnesty and hints of a new chapter

Fresh breath of life to retirees in Ondo

No court sits on appeal over its judgement

Geo-Fluids declares N2.9b turnover, N6.3b shareholders fund

Amuwo Odofin Council rewards diligent workers

MVP award meaningless without trophy, says Emmanuel

Kanu to quit Eagles after World Cup

Obuh blames agents for Eaglets' defeat

Oil prices rise above $77 as traders eye dollar, demand

N35b Savannah Sugar output to hit one million tonnes yearly

Govt spends N43.28 billion on power rehabilitation

Foreign telecoms support firms eye Nigerian market

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Gordon Brown and the war in Afghanistan

The only vision for Nigeria

Traditional rulers and the slave trade

The abduction of Nkem Owoh

Why Senate will probe ecological fund, by Mark

Britain, Australia to apologise over child migrants

APEC leaders end summit, douse hopes on climate pact

Botswana's president chides Mugabe, urges new Zimbabwe polls

Darfur rebels' lingering feud again delays peace talks

At 20, APCON strategises for future, confers honorary fellowship on Babangida, others

Yar'Adua pledges support for Nigeria's Copenhagen team

Estate residents, oil firm, DRP in court over Lagos tank farm dispute

Education, merit and the corrosion of social balance: The Nigerian case

Bond market records N521.9b transactions

An eyesore in the estates

Djokovic wins Paris Masters

Philippines celebrate Pacquiao despite disasters

Spain beats Colombia, snatches podium place

Farmers get N1.3b support for 'Cassava Plus'

Oil prices dip to lowest level since October

N45 billion Kaduna by-pass road contract risks revocation

Govt rakes in N311b from oil dealings

FIFA Confirms Over-Age Players

'Lamido Sanusi Should Stop Behaving Like Dictator'

Harris Stratex Showcases Next Generation Communication Infrastructure

WEMABOD Donates N1m To Lagos Security Trust Fund

anking Crisis: 'Lamido Sanusi Should Stop Behaving Like Dictator

FMBN Retools For Better services

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Linking Success With Spirituality

The Boundaries Of Our Success

T. M. Aluko: 50 Years After One Man One Wife

Between Nigeria And South Africa

At CORA Colloquium: How Translating Ideas Encountered In Books Can Create Wealth

Members Of Adelaja Church Write Obama Over His Persecution

ANAMBRA 2010: No Easy Road To Power

FIFA Confirms Over Age Players

Obuh Eyes History, As Eaglets Go For Fourth Title

Kanu, Yobo Weep, As Nigeria Book World Cup Place

The Art of Designing World-Class Financial Products (2)

Mouka Kick-Starts Yuletide Promo Campaigns

Glo Opens New Shop In Enugu

Appraising Re-Brand Nigeria Project: A Tale of Two Brands

Friday, November 13, 2009

There's Hope For Nigerian Literature'

We Will No Longer Tolerate Rigging In This Country'

Amnesty: Is Government Stuck?

Nigeria, Tunisia Know Fate Today

Stone-Throwing Egyptian Fans Attack Algeria In Cairo

Super Eagles In Good Mood To Win, Says Odemwingie

200m children suffer stunted growth in developing nations

Seeking solutions to touting at airports

...As oil prices fall below $79 ahead of U.S. supply report

Thursday, November 12, 2009

The goodness of fruits

New BMW Z4 restructures characteristics

New explorations of time

Antics of a pampered prisoner

Much ado about climate change

No condition is permanent

Recruitment of teachers for South Africa

Suswam, PDP groups contest tenure of Benue councils

Colombia petitions UN over Venezuela's war rhetoric

200m children suffer stunted growth in developing nations, says U

Libya repatriates hundreds of rebels to Niger

Ethiopia's PM doubts possible global pact on climate change

Hajj (the pilgrimage to Makkah) in perspective (1)

LABAF '09, let the feast begin

A monarch's many enemies, battles and victories

FAAN woos foreign investors to aviation sector

Banking stocks lift All-share index on the Exchange

The good, bad of charcoal

Spain vs Argentina, which is the better team?

Cameroun hungry for the World Cup, says Eto'o

Stylish Eaglets hit final, beat Spain 3-1

Nigeria-British chamber tasks govt on private sector development

Nigeria to stop total importation of cement in 2013

As Oil prices fall below $79 ahead of U.S. supply report

OPEC foresees world oil demand rise by 700,000bpd

The right concept of citizenship

Faithfulness in little things

'Whatever is remaining of the Left'

The N200 billion agric fund: Matters arising

Mbari resurrects at Ozuruimo Festival

One years after, AC keeps PDP at bay in Edo

Pope urges Europe to defend religious heritage

Cambodia spurns Thailand's request on ex-premier

Tsvangirai ends boycott, attends cabinet meeting

Kenyan MPs delay special tribunal on post-election atrocities

How UNESCO lifts education in Nigeria, by Matsuura

Total boss hinges Africa's growth on youth development

Charcoal shows promise in fighting heart disease, others

NIA seeks collaboration with NCRIB on ethical practices

How nano-medicine, stem cell therapy restore walking ability in rats

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Fraud dims the glory

Market indices drop further by N2b on the Exchange

Federal roads of shame in Lagos

Eagles depart today, as Kenya names new coach

Hayatou commissions FIFA's $950,000 Goal Project in Abuja

Nigeria set to confirm superiority over Spain

Naira dips further, defies CBN's peg

First Bank deploys Microsoft package to improve productivity

Govt to reserve below 10,000 bpd oil field for local operators

FMBN targets N50b capitalisation

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

On Bode George: I beg to differ

Years of dashed hopes

Two red herrings

Without a sense of history

Anxiety, fears trail Nkem Owoh's kidnap

Anambra has been stagnant for too long, says Ekwunife

$500b needed to reduce global carbon emissions, says report

Dozens die in Indian landslide, Pakistan blast

Africa Union calls for unity govt in Madagascar

UN warns of mass starvation in East Africa

Confusion as govt plans to establish another maritime agency

Renewed hope, challenges as Nigeria celebrates 2009 Quality week

Trust is the most important aspect of banking, says Bello

Reform: CBN in pursuit of corporate governance

How Nigeria can optimise benefits of convergence, by NOTAP boss

Experts call for protection of ICT infrastructure, facilities sharing among operators

Shell restates commitment to boost power supply in 2010

Passage of PIB to promote transparency, says World Bank

NSE seeks speedy passage of Asset Management Company bill

Death on the river

Jets take over Lagos skies as LOC mobilises for semis

Kenya's coach boycotts training camp

Kanu, 18 others begin training in Abuja

U.S. treasury projects 4.1 per cent GDP growth for sub-Sahara Africa

Oil prices flatten as Hurricane Ida worries ease

Niger Delta crisis delays West African gas project

PENCOM collects N1.3 trillion, moves to invest in bond market

Scores feared dead in Indonesia landslides

UNESCO warns world leaders as Germans mark Wall demise

Al-Bashir cancels Turkey trip as OIC summit opens

Israel leads fight against Africa's 'blood diamond' trade

Time to unravel unresolved assassinations, extra-judicial killings

Monday, November 09, 2009

Reflecting on Soludo's politics

Housing, not for the poor!

Nigeria and the Copenhagen climate summit

Unspent budget votes and the road sector

ARESUVA '09... second coming of art vision for African economy

Anambra polls: A turf war among the big four

Implications of taming unemployment without data

'The diabetes pandemic is here'

Shareholders task National Assembly on dematerialisation bill

Sanity, beauty coming way back to Benin King's Square

Kenyan stars to miss showdown with Nigeria

Oceanic Talent Hunt MVP eyes Premiership clubs

Eaglets, so golden, hit Korea 3-1

Oil prices near $79 on U.S. hurricane, weaker dollar

How to take advantage of Companies and Allied Matters Acts, by SEC

Enugu State, Zinox feud over alleged N200m contract

Petroleum marketers owe PEF N30b

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Amiesimaka and the Golden Eaglets

Risk management and the banks

Come on Bode, wear your uniform!

Mo Ibrahim Prize and African leadership

At book launch, Fashola tells progressives to seize control of the term 'politician'

The Senate and its many controversial retreats

Goldstone faults U.S. reaction over Gaza report

Russian spy chief warns of new Georgia war

ICC judges to consider probe of Kenya's abuses

Turkey spurns EU over Al-Bashir's trip

Copyright commission, HiTV clamp down on content pirates

Court upholds families' ownership claims to NASFAT worship site

Climate deal unlikely this year, say UK, EU ministers

OTC records N443.9b, investors stake N10.33b on banks' shares

Why I want to continue as NOC president, by Gumel

Ogun commissioner wants corrupt LOC officials jailed

Pace against skills, as Nigeria, Korea tango for semis ticket

Oil prices tumble after U.S. unemployment report

NCC set to review interconnect rates

Stakeholders want 75 per cent tariff increase on imported steel products

Uncertainty trails 6000mw target

Anambra State as PDP hostage

Electoral Reform And Higher Purpose

Be Careful When You Fly

Tackling The Citizenship Dilemma

Nigeria At UN General Assembly: The Responsibilities, The Challenges

The Loyalty To A Friend

Caught In The Web Of Slow Bureaucracy

Turkey, Colombia Battle For Semifinal Ticket In Bauchi

Gallant Heartland Fall To TP Mazembe

Burnley Hold Fumbling Man City

Market Indices Shrink

Shun Uncertified Products, SON Tells Nigerians

Resort Savings Posts N485m Turnover

Banking Expert, Kendis, Calls For Shareholder Protection, Good Governance

Saturday, November 07, 2009

SOYINKA: More Tasks For A Hero Essay

'People's Support Has Been My Strength'

Anambra: No Kudos For PDP's Theatre Of Political Absurdities

Mazembe Confident Of Victory Against Heartland

Controversy Won't Distract Me, Says Eaglets' Skipper

Big Test For Mikel, As Man United Visits Stamford Bridge

Friday, November 06, 2009

20 years after: The world, a wall, the Cold War and triumph of will

UN relocates foreign staff after Afghan attack

Palestinians threaten Israel with one state solution

Adokie plotting to overthrow NFF, says Ogunjobi

Mozambique to support Nigeria, as Kenya threatens S'Eagles

Obuh marvels, as classy Eaglets beat Kiwis 5-0

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Very chillicious

Honda boosts CR-V for 2010 challenges

What a bunch of talents!

'Silence of the lambs'

Taking the HIV combat to African communities

Nigerian pilgrims and the attack on Saudi banks

Flood in Lagos metropolis

Suswam re-jigs, Akume makes statement with civic reception

Islam, football and time

ANA convention evokes essence of Literature for good governance

A 20 years after: The world. a wall, the Cold War and triumph of will

Making your peak season travel enjoyable

Reps, NSE differ on dematerialisation bill

Helpline for indigent kids, pregnant women

Oil prices slip below $80 as U.S. dollar strengthens

Cross River cuts 2009 budget by 20 per cent

Yar'Adua to kick-start 2009 Lagos International Fair today

Senate panel wants review of stand on unspent fund

We will fight N'Zealand with all our might, says Obuh

We will flight N'Zealand with all our might, says Obuh

Carpet manufacturers seek reduced tariff on raw materials

60 Asian firms ready to invest in Nigeria

The ICC, President Bashir and the AU

Amiesimaka, Golden Eaglets and age cheats

Notes on Babangida's 'conversion'

Nigerian asylum seekers

In Minna, new dawn for writers' body

PDP will be back in Edo in 2012, says Braimoh

Georgian minister renounces Russian citizenship

Opposition supporters, police clash in Iran

Again, Al-Bashir plans Turkey trip despite warrant

Clinton, in Egypt, wants Israeli settlement halt 'forever'

36 professors, others produce ETF book development project blueprint

Global 'best practice' approach to Niger Delta crisis

NAICOM should enforce standard code of ethics for agents, say operators

Scientists record first injured human donor lungs repair with gene therapy

W'Africa: The deformed child now wants to 'walk'

Ecobank declares N45b gross earnings in third quarter

A suburb's plea for road

NFF, PTF disagree over Kenya flight, as Kalu Uche replaces Kaita

Drama, as Colombia upsets Argentina

We will attack N'Zealand with all our might, says Obuh

Oil prices rise ahead U.S. energy report

Challenges of effective social security system, by institute

Carpets manufacturers seek reduced tariff on raw materials

Sixty Asian firms ready to invest in Nigeria

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Amnesty goes beyond making a truce, says Molwus

How to revive Nigeria's textile sector by experts

Guinness shareholders approve N11.1b dividend

Heinz Herrmann: My father in learning

UK and A global partnership

Probing mass failure at exams

The abduction of Simeon Soludo

At visual art competition, artists join re-branding crusade

Amnesty is beyond making a truce, says Molwus

23 die as tropical storm hits Vietnam

Fiji expels New Zealand, Australian envoys

Equatorial Guinea pardons mercenaries behind coup plot

Clinton, in Morocco, pledges closer U.S.-Arab ties

Fuel smugglers escape arrest, abandon vessel on high sea

Govt's role in textile sector's revival, by experts

The role of banks in leasing industry

Banking supervision: The prevention mechanism option

Internet addresses set for change

Standards, guidelines for ICT in Nigeria underway

Deregulation draws concerns on state of refineries

NNPC partners independent marketers on fuel distribution

Fight to turn a ghoulish plant around

Guinness shareholders approve N11.1b dividend, seek bonus

From India, a welcome gift of sight

Mikel declares self fit for Chelsea, S'Eagles

Calabar's potentials thrills FIFA officials

Eaglets' captain banks on Nigerians' support

Oil prices fall to $77 as dollar rises

Growth, funding, bane of Lagos mega city project, says commissioner

Path to effective trade, industrial policy, by stakeholders

Nigeria loses N87 billion yearly to fish imports, says NACCIMA

Monday, November 02, 2009

The fall of the mighty

Illegal African immigrants in the UK

Bail out the poor, not the fat cats

The conviction of Bode George and five others

Mirror the Master: Talents emerge in Osogbo, Benin

We must be ready to boycott elections this time, says Owuru

Quake kills livestock, topples 1000 houses in China

UN official urges legally enforceable deal on climate change

Mubarak's son silent on presidency, casts self as people's man

Khartoum 'regrets' south leader's call for independence

Raising corporate governance bar for development

Govt should empower citizens to own houses

Firms target improved gross earnings

Bad roads, traffic: Lagos' deadly mix

Please don't destroy our team, NFF tells critics

Eaglets get cash reward, set for Kiwis

Kanu, 22 others resume for Kenya match Nov. 8

Minister to monitor budget implementation in area councils

Chinese manufacturing data boosts oil prices

Aviation ministers back consolidation to bail out sector

Govt denies withdrawal of N14.9b auto, sugar funds

Sunday, November 01, 2009

The Federal Government and generators donation

Gani: Import of tributes unsaid

ASUU and the crisis of hegemony

The murder of youth corps member, Grace Ushang

SPAN... using performance arts to enhance art education

How friends, associates celebrated Gowon at 75

Honduran Congress to review crisis accord tomorrow

Palestinians accuse U.S. of killing Middle East truce prospects

Zimbabwe's crisis deepens, as Mugabe doubts Tsvangirai's honesty

ICC president tasks member states over independence, arrest warrants

'We are repositioning APCON for better performance'

Uganda registers first emissions reducing forestry project in Africa

Court examines ownership dispute over Lagos industrial scheme

Many questions, few answers to fuel debacle

FCMB, Access Bank, UBA sustain profile in sub-sector

Terror on the highway: Kingpins' confessions

Malawi's coach seeks CAF intervention

Iran's coach dedicates victory to Westerhof

Heartland targets victory in Congo after slim victory

Oil prices, global stocks slide on recovery doubts

Canadian firm, Harvest, offers $4.1b stake to KNOC

Govt signs N2.6b loan agreement with IDB

Nigeria's oil export may drop in December

African Champions, Gambia Goes Home

Tolao, Canadian Energy Firm, Invests $20m In Bio-diesel Plant


Untying The Knot Of Deregulation

The NPA Six And Nigeria's Two-Prison System

Yar'Adua's Anti-terrorism Bill

The Fabulous Adventures Of A Sugarcane Man

DANIEL: I See Myself As An Agent Of Change

Redemption And Forgiveness: The Way To National Reconciliation, Unity, Development

D-E-R-E-G-U-L-A-T-I-O-N : Distilling Facts From Fiction

Williams sisters reach final

African Champions, Gambia Go Home

Liverpool Lose Again As Chelsea Consolidate Lead, Man United Win

Shopping Ciomplex: Edo Deputy Governor Tasks Developers On Maintenance

Niger Delta Plans Tourism, Cultural Fair

Surveyor Advises FG On Land Reforms

Tolao, Canadian Energy Firm Invests $20m In Bio-diesel Plant

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