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 June 19, 2002

 

SENATE DROPS BID TO REMOVE OBASANJO...MEETS PRESIDENCY TODAY
Debate on the 10-point charge in the Senate against President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday commenced in earnest with the majority of senators agreeing that the executive had breached the constitution by an alleged refusal to implement the budget. (Champion)


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DELE GIWA: BABANGIDA HAS NO LUCS STANDI, SAYS FG
President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday told a Federal High Court in Abuja that former military president, General Ibrahim Babangida had no locus standi to compel him (Obasanjo) not to issue a white paper on the report of the Human Rights Violations Investigation Commission (HRVIC). President Obasanjo said the issue of releasing a white paper was a “purely administrative function of the executive.” (Vanguard)


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2003 BiafraNigeria Presidential Politics: The Candidates So Far? Ojukwu, Obasanjo, Babangida, Ekwueme, Buhari, Rimi, Who Else? Stay tuned...

 

 

 

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BBC
June 19, 2002


Senate confronts Nigerian president


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Party Registration: 33 Associations File Suit Against INEC Today


Obasanjo's Re-Election Bid


Malu to Testify On Tiv, Jukun Crisis Today


Drama At State House As VP Shuns Deputy Governor


Party Registration: Associations Beat INEC Deadline


Another Plane Crash Kills 5 in Calabar


Missionary Position


Revisit the 1958 Firearms Act/Regulations


Lagos Gets INEC List of Polling Booth, Centres, Ward Delineation


Oshiomhole Cannot Decide Whether to Re-Contest Or Not - Otunba Kazeem


World Bank, ADB Grant Edo $5m Credit Facility


Eagles, England to Play Mock World Cup Match


Relief: Government to Wait for NEMA Report - Gana


Kano Crash: Death Toll Not Known Yet, Says Kuta


Abuja Confronts Dakar, Rabat


No Cash for Victims of Rights Abuses -Obasanjo


Akinjide Faults Creation of New LGs by States


Envoy Hails Abuja - EU


Urhobos Want New Structure, Present Bill of Rights


Oyo Holds Referendum on LGs Creation Next Monday


Fresh Lecturers' Strike Looms At Calabar Poly


Kano Crash: French Lawyers Visit


Culture And Globalisation


Boni Haruna And His Executive Outbursts


No Regrets Joining Politics - Buhari


LG Polls: INEC to Spend N300m in Plateau


Abba-Gana's Therapy for the Media


Film Star Sues Magazine At Abuja High Court


Labour Congress Pickets 8 Companies Over Casualisation


MAN Commends Government Over Bank of Industry


Navy Solicits Support From Oil Producing States


Kaduna Deputy Governor, Others Hail GSN


Borno Earmarks N10m for Female HIV/Aids Patients


Abuja Will Continue to Assist Weaker Nations - Obasanjo


Swiss Senate President Urges Abuja to Promote Human Rights


NNPC Wins Fresh $1.26bn Case Against PETREC


Texaco's Profit Drops By 16%


BPE Confirms Job Cuts in NEPA


The Katsina Desertification Conference: Policy Or Politics?


Obsession With Obasanjo


VP Atiku's Tango in Kano


Twenty-Seven Buildings Destroyed By Plane Crash - Committee


Gombe Electrifies 30 Villages in 3 Years


About 200 Community Health Centres


Confusion Engulfs Conflict Resolution Commission


Kano to Generate N350 Million From Development Levy


Alleged Police Brutality: Doctors Begin Strike


Thirty-Five Associations Pick Application Forms


UME Ezeoke Joins Presidential Race


Minister Explains Suspension of NITEL Sale


Crisis in Embassies: Obasanjo Requests N11.5 Billion


Air Crash: 5 Killed in Calabar


African Rugby Tourney


Some 173 Cops Held for Extortion


We Will Resist School Fees At LASU


Lagos Generates N33.76 Billion in 3 Years


Big Hunt for Aghahowa Juventus, Arsenal, Barcelona Chase Eagles Star


Nurses Call for Payment of Arrears


Customs Warns Officers Against Strike


Guinness Releases N5m Cheque to NFA


Postmaster-General Meets Head Postmasters


MASSOB Bars Two Politicians From Igbo Functions


Lagos: the Conduct of a Referendum


About 150 Policemen Sacked for Corruption


Commercialisation: NNPC Opens New Joint Venture Account


UME-Ezeoke Reaffirms Presidential Interest


Monarchs, Others Kick Against Secretariat Take-Over


Guinness Plans 150m Pounds Fresh Investments


Pengassan Issues 7-Day Ultimatum to National Oil


NDLEA Destroys N5m Drugs in Kaduna


INEC to Review Voters' Register July - Guobadia


A Dirty But Very Good Deal


Charly Boy And NDLEA Sing the Song of Peace


Assembly Perfect Plans to Impeach Turaki


Abacha's Killer Squad Kept Surveillance On Gani - Katako


PDP Chieftain Replies Nwachukwu Over Obasanjo


Labour Congress Kicks Against Privatisation of NEPA, NPAa, Others


A Dirty But Very Good Deal


Senate Gets Obasanjo's N11.5bn Request On Foreign Missions


From Jerusalem With a New Awakening


Veritas Software Unveils Worldwide Partner Programme


Obasanjo for Book Launch On Awo


Students' Against Irresponsible Behaviour


Government Releases N1.3bn to House


Ogbeche's Goals Save Eagles


Party Registration: Absence of Electoral Act Will Cause Confusion - Wada Nas


Forget NEPA's Privatisation, Enugu Residents Tell Government


APP Changes Name to ANPP, Raises N142m for Convention


'Plateau State, Home of Illegal Mining'


Logon, Nation's First Prepaid Internet Card, Debuts


Ibori's Opponents Are Feather-Weights - Commissioner


Government to Deal With Erring Contractors


Dalex Holds Inaugural Meeting With Dealers


Lagos Referendum: Speaker May Announce Results Today


About 60,000 Printers Sold Annually - Oki Chief


Broadwing's Shares Plummet


Aspirant Vows to Liberate Lagos State Women


Navy to Destroy Barges, Tanker Over Illegal Bunkering


'BiafraNigeria, Cameroun Inseparable'


Igbinedion Heads World Cup Delegation


2003: Middle Belt Youths Want Okadigbo for President


Intel Chipsets Bring Lower-Cost PCs


Stella Obasanjo Calls for Support to Stem Maternal Mortality


Abolish Onshore, Offshore Dichotomy, Ibori Insists


PENGASSAN Gives Seven-Day Ultimatum


PDP Gets Ready for Aug 10 Polls in Jos


Eagles Try Yokohamah FC for Size


Ekiti SPEB Chairman Sued Over Unpaid Salaries


Ladies Battle for Semi-Final Ticket


Senate Resolves to Extend Tenure of FCT Scouncils


CBN Tennis: Strokes On With Drama


Ministry Yet to Pay Judokas' Allowances


No Compromise On N-Delta Security, Says Alamieyeseigha


Touring Jos Wildlife Park


LG, State Government Rift Deepens in Niger


Borno APP Council Aspirants in Dilemma


Guber Aspirant Declares PDP Most Viable


FCDA Loses Another Department to MFCT


Poor Turn Out Mars Trade Fair


Ansaru-Uddeen Celebrates Maulud


Deputy Governor Woos MTN to Rural Areas


Government to Exempt Pensioners From Tax


Atiku to Launch New Peugeot 307 Tuesday


STB to Launch New Corporate Identity June 3


Campaign Against Corruption: Mobilising Public Support


NITEL to Provide 500-Line Exchange in Taura


Borno Tasks Parents, NGOs On Girl-Child Education


Etsu Nupe Assures of Co-Operation


Ekiti Speb Chairman to Appear Before Complaints Commission


Workshop On Teachers Kicks Off in Minna


Marginalisation: Sultanate Denies Media Reports


Education Summit: Katsina Urged to Assist Backward Communities


Bauchi Deputy Governor Placates Demonstrating Water Board Staff


Tension in Katsina Assembly


Police Quiz NASS Member for Alleged Political Thuggery


APP Now ANPP


Today in the Newspapers


Injured Ogbeche Saves Eagles


Olympic Day Run for 20 States


Saraki Reaffirms Support for Tennis


Bane of Journalism Explained


'Stop Begging for Appointment'


Minister Tasks Varsities


PDP Abandoned Me-LG Boss


Court Summons Petrol Mogul For Trespass


Four Robbers Shot Dead


'North Will Support Gani'


Police Train for Kosovo


Ajao Estate Not in Isolo - Baale


PDP Cancels Fees for Female Aspirants


Fire Guts Police Station


Robbers Attack Luxury Bus


Notes On Gani's Party


Alero: Little Queen of Mathematics


Today in the Newspapers


Council Boss Accuses Governor of Chasing His Wife


Man Docked for Killing Inspector


Akinjide's Zoning Formula


IBB Will Return to Aso Rock - Akinyele


Expect Massive Purge, Says Chikwe


Wireless Networking: Options Available in Market


Group Adopts Abaribe for 2003 Abia Guber Race


Robbers Attack Luxury Bus, Kill 7


CBN Tennis: Maku, Osadume Confident


Rites of Passage for Lady Ademola


CPI Commences Oracle 9I Training


Adefarati Shelves Creation of New LGs


Fawehinmi Foundation Awards N9m to Institutions


International Deposit Insurers Get Association


2003: We Need a Level-Playing Field Aspirant


Mbadinuju Revokes Free Education, Introduces School Fees


Sky Air: Second Time Unlucky


HP Moves to Consolidate Hold On Market


Rural Telephony Project Takes Off With $200 Million Chinese Loan


China Mobile Adds Eight New Networks


Party Chieftain Urges PDP to Emulate AD And APP


Oracle Displays Ilearning Capabilities


A Vice Chancellor And His Many Battles


Adamawa Takes Over Payment of Federal Judicial Officers' Salary


Octagon Technology Hosts Swift Seminar


Bond Loan: Abia Commerce Chambers Back Kalu


Ninty-Five Per Cent NITEL Subscribers to Go Pre-Paid


PDP Stalwart Faults Ogbeh On Legal Actions


Crooks in Banks' Boardrooms


SWIFT Will Capture Market - CEO


Ezeife Canvasses Abolition of On-Shore, Off-Shore Dichotomy


CTO 2002: Microsoft .net Acclaimed Most Cost-Effective


Group Advocate Youths Involvement in Politics


Beyond Operation Fire for Fire


Cracking CDs With Magic Markers


Katsina Spends N500m On Drainage System


RELTEL Pledges Continued Improvement in Services


Youths Urged to Emulate Past Leaders


Ekiti SPED Chairman to Appear Before Commission


Transport Owners Seek Government's Assistance


Ljungberg Returns After Injury


Council Chairmen Seek Court Injunction On Dissolution


Youths Attack Governor Dariye's Convoy


Analysts Applaud Sale of Siemens Unit


Lagos PDP Faults Tinubu Over Borrowed Funds


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BUSINESS NEWS


ThisDay Business
June 07, 2002


Ban on Aged Aircraft: Airlines May Lose Over $13m


MV Abuja: NUL Still in Nightmare
Labour Moves to Ascertain Railways' Staff Strength
NAGAFF President Accuses ANLCA Members of Violence
Agents Ask for More Time to Clear Banned Vehicles
Destination Inspection: 21 Responsibilities of Banks
Shipyard Gets Deal for Three Liners
Industry Operators Applaud Cabotage Shipping Policy, Task FG
NPA Officials Identify Constraints to Service Delivery at Ports
Lagos Govt Warns Against Damaging Truck Barriers
KPMG BiafraNigeria Saddled with Improving Lagos Urban Transport
IAP Orders Warring SEWUN Factions to Maintain Status Quo
Ship Owners Worry About Port Pilots' Ineptitude
Shipping Firm Fined Over Oil Spill
Election Season and the Business Environment
'Why Govt Should Implement Destination Inspection'
FRSC Explains High Rate of Road Accidents
Winners Emerge in Mirinda Student Artists Competition
Nestle Shortlists 20 for Maggi Cooking Competition
Workers Decry Dichotomy in Multinational Companies
Naira Loses 50k at IFEM
...Group Predicts Further Depreciation
Bulama, Others Elected into NIM Board
NBC Declares 100k Dividend Per Share
Banking Stocks Appreciate by 97.2 Per cent

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This Day
June 18, 2002


News


Dele Giwa: IBB Makes Fresh Demands
Budget 2002: Ciroma, Kpakol Meet on Implementation
Ogbeh Threatens to Sack Violent Party Members
BiafraNigerian Woman Wins Award for Anti-Sharia Campaign
Council Caretaker Panels Unconstitutional, Agabi Insists
Flood, Crash Victims Get N110m FG Grants
AIDS Cure: Abalaka Disputes NIPRD Claims
Police Smash Fuel Pipeline Syndicate
Lagos Assembly Okays 37 New Councils
Obasanjo Harps on Sound Environmental Management
Na'Abba Disowns Presidential Campaign Posters
Three Feared Killed as Youths Protest LG Creation in Kaduna
FG Responsible for Garba's Death - Ajuluchukwu
Omisore: Judge Rules July 17
One Killed, Property Destroyed in Ebonyi
BiafraNigeria, Germany Trade Hits 1.76bn Euro
Crisis Brews in Kaduna over New LGs
Buhari's Call for North, South-east Ties Criticised
NNPC GM Faces Contempt Charge
2003: Niger-Delta Youths Give Condition for Backing Obasanjo
Hearing Resumes in Bamaiyi's Bribery Allegation Against Judge
Rewane: Counsels Disagree over Suspect's Statement
New Parties: Gani, Balarabe, Others Go to Appeal Court
667 PDP Aspirants Jostle for Council Tickets
UNPP Chieftain Faults Merger with APP
Workshop Calls for National Task force on HIV/AIDS
Ekiti Council Workers protest Non-payment of Salaries
Self-confessed Robber Solicits Forgiveness
Govt Charged to Rehabilitate Prisoners
110 Drug Suspects Nabbed in Port Harcourt
Group Condemns Detention of 15 Day-old Baby
Polio:Bauchi Immunises 13m Kids
Untreated Water, a Health Hazard - Ngelale
Community Told to Return Seized NDDC Generators
Merchant Bank Boss' Honoured
Arisekola Condemns Levies on Churches, Mosques
Military Won't be Politicised Again, Vows Senator
NDDC Awards N533m Contracts for Abia
Minister Decries Students' Involvement in Thuggery
State of the States
GSM Hiccups: House Chairman Accuses NCC of Laxity
Ex-NUJ President Carpets Turaki over Dutse Riot
FG Urged to Site Industries in Ore
Former Council Boss Faults Composition of LG Caretakers
Lawmaker Raises Alarm over Threat to Life
NUJ Flays Kwara Govt over Journalists' Reposting
Politics
'PDP Will Sweep Kogi in 2003'
2003: Na'Abba Mobilises Muslims
Senatorial Aspirant Backs Ibori
Babangida is Welcome to ANPP - Party Chief
Will Obasanjo Get a Second Term?
S/East, S/South Coalition: Jostle for 2003 heightens

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Vanguard
June 19, 2002


Cover Stories


IMPEACHMENT DEBATE: Senate wrong on Budget facts — OBASANJO


Dele Giwa: Babangida has no locus standi, says FG
18 feared dead as cultists clash at Nsukka varsity
Mosheshe: NJC probes 2 Delta judges
June 18, 2002
Detained MP: Nigeria, S-Arabia in diplomatic row —FG rejects new Saudi ambassador's letter of credence
Oluwatosin: Police Sgt charged with murder
Banks shun forex dealings as CBN jerks up exchange rate by N20
5 feared dead, 20 wounded in fresh Delta clash

National News


Reps begin debate on mandatory vehicle insurance
New parties emerge Saturday as INEC ends verification
RMAFC boss sees LG transition committees as illegal
UK police to investigate assault claims by Nigerian-born officer
Nigeria loses $1billion investment fund in 2001
... as Nigerian-German trade rises by 49%
June 18, 2002
C'wealth scribe identifies cause of developing nations' economic woes
Senate set to caution Obasanjo over budget failures
BPE halts NITEL's plan to sack staff
ETF to select 18 institutions as centres of excellence
INEC, NOA agree to work for success of LG polls
Politics

Why we must legislate with tolerance, — Anyim Pius Anyim
Political parties and transition rogramme—Mahmud Waziri
Gov. Audu and the 2003 challenge—Steve Achu
June 18, 2002
Why Nigeria's democracy is not participatory, by Prof Amoda
Senator Omu moves to amend constitution
Creek House 2003 Alamieyeseigha and the challenge in Bayelsa

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Guardian
June 19, 2002


News


Senate shelves plan to impeach Obasanjo

Fawehinmi seeks joinder in Babangida suit over Dele Giwa

Tears as slain pupil is buried
Presidency defends budget execution, faults Senate panel's claims

19 Israelis die in fresh suicide bomb attack
Fiscal body may change stance on funds to council caretaker bodies
Scotland Yard to probe alleged assault on Nigerian-born officer
Smithkline Beecham, Glaxo merge, change name
Afenifere to decide on Bucknor-Akerele's resignation soon
Abia Assembly faction suspends speaker, reinstates ex-leaders
Lagos lawmakers okay 37 new councils
Nigeria, U.S. to collaborate on health
Ogomudia to testify at panel over Middle Belt crises
Ekiti raises panel to probe councils' accounts
Saraki still in ANPP, says PDP chief
Editorial -- The Super Eagles at the World Cup
Opinion -- Senegal's heroism, Nigeria's anguish

A soldier and a statesman
World Cup lessons
Letters -- NEPA tariffs
Politics

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Champion
June 19, 2002


Senate drops bid to remove Obasanjo...Meets President today


Lawmakers suspend Speaker in hotel


Japan crash out


Dele Giwa -- FG faults IBB’s suit… Gani opts to be joined

5 killed as Plateau boils


Ibori woos private sector


Slain student buried amid tears


Reps to shun Senate bills


Anambra schools shut ••Following students’ protest against fees
Obasanjo seeks cooperation to strengthen Africa’s agenda
World Bank explains projects’ failure
Court adjourns stealing case against Ondo commissioner

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IRIN
June 19, 2002


85,000 IDPs resettled in central region, says Red Cross


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CNN
June 12, 2002


BiafraNigeria hold England in final game


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MSNBC
June 12, 2002


BiafraNigeria mulls use of army to police party congress


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Washington Post
June 13, 2002


Dutch Sends 40 Refugee to BiafraNigeria (AP)


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Weekly Trust
June 07, 2002


Buhari, Obasanjo and human rights. By Wada Nas


The Failed Contract of the Emir of Gwandu. Dr. Aliyu Tilde


Seven reasons why Obasanjo should be voted out. By M.A Kurfi


Media morality and immoral policies


Poverty eradication programme: BiafraNigerian factor at work


Advertising: The Islamic perspective


The Ungrateful Believers


How 20-year inheritence resurfaced in Zamfara


The ogre of child sexual abuse


The meaning of true love. By Zainab Umar Bubaram


Intrigues in Katsina governor, deputy face-off


Carry on Ciroma


Lagos State: Tinubu still the man to beat


Thorny road to Kano Government House


Niger: Vacancy without applicants


Katsina: Heavy underground politicking


Bayelsa: Alamieyeseigha faces tough opposition


Kebbi: Aliero battles generals, others


Zamfara: Ahmed Sani sole APP candidate


Uncertainty clouds gubernatorial race in Jigawa


Rivers: The mafia against Odili


Sokoto: Anxiety over Bafarawa’s non decision


Kaduna: Clamour for powershift


Anenih takes ‘no vacancy’ campaign to Edo


Campaign for Sharia in South grows momentum


New laws on drugs soon


Islamic cleric accuses Europe of over blowing AIDS scourge


Universities devise strategy to enhance quality of Kilishi


Katsina village threatened by strange sickness


2003:Kwankwaso to declare interest in August


NDP chairman scores Fourth Republic low


Kaduna government conducts survey of Birnin Gwari roads


Re: Obasanjo is the best thing that has happened  to BiafraNigeria


Re: Northern Christians: Faith, fate and politics


FIFA presidency: Victory for soccer minnows


Africa ready to break the South America, Europe’s domination


Senegal, Denmark make history


FIFA, JAWOC announce improved ticket sales


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Comet
May 08, 2002


Another air crash averted in Kano


Woman to die for killing two kids
Abacha’s driver ‘surprised’ when Rogers shot Adesanya
33 political associations reject INEC’s guidelines
Canadian firm makes new oil discovery
Senate probes Kano plane Crash
Ibori writes Obasanjo, Useni
More condolences pour in for EAS
BiafraNigerians urged to have confidence in air transport
House of Reps committee to probe aviation

Politics
The dwindling fortunes of AD
Zik’s politics and dashed expectations
Lawmaker declares Buhari a good match for Obasanjo
My plan for Abia State, by governorship aspirant

Business
Wema pays N1.5b, joins automated clearing system
BRIPAN offers options to liquidation
Edo, Rivers, Jigawa take investment drive to France
IBTC Equity Fund earns N658m
Marketing network opens in Bayelsa
CBN identifies threats to 2002 budget
Financial Trust floats venture capital unit
SEC to set up commodities exchange soon

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Tribune
June 18, 2002


DELE GIWA
My lifetime opportunity to nail IBB —Gani


Saraki decamps to PDP
Presidency vows to go ahead with Budget 2002
Accross the states
Barde, Second Republic Gongola gov, is dead
26 groups vanish as INEC concludes states verification
From the LGA's
JUNE 12 CELEBRATION
Day rivers of unity flowed in Lagos

Chief Imams to get pay in Kebbi
Killer cop docked
Mayhem in Ebonyi
Shagari returns today
World Bank granted Nigeria $680m —Official
I am to advise police on Ige—Oyo AG
NIGERIA’S OUTING AT KOREA/JAPAN
Banks’ deposits on the increase
Senegal’s victory not a surprise —Camara

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Triumph
June 06, 2002


Good governance enhances economy, says CBN governor


Nas lashes Obasanjo administration


Kwankwaso refutes report on N600m house


Bafarawa picks hole in choice of democracy


Budget implementation meeting ends in disagreement


Publisher donates N50m to Katsina Islamic University


No patriotic citizen can truncate democracy, says Aliero


Bauchi spent N1.4bn on education in 3 years --Report


FG sacks National Hospital boss


Committee to probe Ige`s murder --AD chairman


3 higher education centres under way -- FG


Another bizman alleges graft-taking by judge


Ex-minister worries over Kebbi poltiical violence


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SPORTS NEWS


Sports News
June 18, 2002


BBC


Okocha joins Bolton

This Day
Japanese Dread Senegal's Fangs
Shorunmu Begs Okocha to Rethink Retirement
Insurance Grabs Edo FA Cup, Edges Igbino Babes
NOC Monitors Athletes for C'Wealth Games
Del Piero Primed for Action
Ajunwa, Ajibade, Ogunkoya Hit Lagos for C'Wealth Trials
Adesina Tasks NFA on League's Growth
We Can Win World Cup - Bocande
Beckam May End Career in Japan
Troussier Orders Japan to Buckle Up
England, Brazil's Good Omen - Zagallo
Germany's Captain is Dead
'Germany' Wins Coke Cup
Ronaldo in Race for Golden Boot
Danish Striker Foresees England's Fall
Brazil, USA Inch Nearer Cup
Beckham Musn't Play for 45min - Doctor
World Cup 'Free of Drugs'
Ireland Holds-on Tight to McCarthy
Eriksson Tips Brazil
Korea Taunt Italy with 1966 Banner
Belgians Blame Disallowed Goal
Japanese Police Make 64 Arrests

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Biafra

Vanguard
June 19, 2002


Uniport students clear VC of complicity in protest


Onshore/Offshore: Oyovbaire, Oyegun differ on govs approach
Prison officials, NDDC disagree on road construction
Clark advises oil companies on payment of compensation
Abia assembly members bicker, change principal officers
Anambra govt slashes tuition fees in secondary schools
PDP national secretariat endorses Ukasoanya's faction in Abia
June 18, 2002
Former LG chairman dismisses Caretakers' claim on empty treasuries
Delta appoints LG caretakers this week, says Oshevire
Owie cautions as Senators debate Obasanjo's impeachable offences
Large military presence sends fear into minds of Biseni residents
S-South political leaders resolve to field candidate against Obasanjo
Ijaw groups pass vote of confidence on NDDC
Edo students continue protests over non-payment of teachers' salaries

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O'dua

Vanguard
June 19, 2002


Ondo govt accuses PDP of politicising NDDC projects


New policy steel production coming
Court rejects Oddiri's plea to prevent arrest
More patients receive treatment from Kanu Heart Foundation
Court chides Oyo govt over appointment of transition committees
Tinubu vows to fight menace of trucks, tankers on Lagos roads
June 18, 2002
Ond lawmakers, state govt set for another showdown
N500m scam: Court decides on ex-finance commissioner July 23
Hole-in-heart boy seeks N4.5 million to correct deformity
Ekiti LG workers protest salary arrears
Lagos govt, Salvation Army plan to rehabilitate area boys
Obasanjo's govt has performed well but... —Ezeife
Religious leaders swell advocates against HIV/AIDS

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Arewa

Vanguard
June 18, 2002


Gombe spends N3.6b on salaries annually, says Head of Service


Yobe Police boss promises better deal for cops
Kebbi to pay salaries of thirty Imams
Commission halts submission of new memos

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