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October 26, 2003

Adolphus Wabara

Fresh Question in el-Rufai Senate Bribery Scam: Was Wabara the Target?
The Senate President, Senator Adolphus Wabara, has said that the political undertone of the Mallam Nasir el-Rufai's allegation saga which rocked the Senate was aimed at removing him from office. He made this disclosure at an interactive session he held with newsmen in Accra, Ghana, at the close of the African Parliamentary Union Conference. Wabara who would not give any name or details of those he alleged were plotting his downfall, however, said he was aware from the day the allegation was made to the time the senate concluded the issue that the real agenda was to get him impeached as Senate President. "We know the political undertone and I know all the details of what transpired. I also know the aim and objectives of those behind it but the Lord would always fight for us and in that way, we would hold our peace. "It is not over because they would continue to try, try and try but so long as the Lord makes the truth to prevail, they would not succeed," he said. According to Wabara, "everybody has a right to be Senate President but I have prayed to Almighty God that I do not involve myself in anything that would make me leave that seat other than for political intrigues. I also don't want to leave that seat through some of the things that we have ....(This Day)

 

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Reps dare Ogbeh *You can't gag us

Cardinal Okogie returns today amid cheers

LG polls: To be or not to be?

Fuel Crisis: WHY GOVERNORS WILL ALWAYS BACK LABOUR — By Igbinedion

War over new fuel price: NLC will fight to the end — Oshiomhole

Lagos Airport Fire: NEPA Absolves Self

N2.4bn Loan Scam: Crime Commission Nabs Company Chief

NEPA, FAAN at war

Ama plant, investors’ delight-Obasanjo

NLC rejects Obasanjo’s pension bill

FG owes CBN N596bn in domestic debts

 

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Obasanjo, Ogbeh clash over 2007

 

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A major crisis may erupt in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) if members of the ruling party in the House of Representatives carry out their threat to defy the order by the national chairman, Chief Audu Ogbeh, that public criticism of President Olusegun Obasanjo and state governors, among other elected party chieftains, by members should stop. (Vanguard)

 

The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Audu Ogbeh, yesterday threatened to resign from the party’s chair at the 18th meeting of the National Executive Committee of the party in Abuja. His threat came following a row sparked by an interview granted the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) by Alhaji Muhammadu Umaru Marafa, the party’s chairman in Nassarawa State. Alhaji Marafa had told the BBC in the interview that... (Daily Independent)

 

 

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This Day
October 25, 2003


Cover


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PDP Begs Ekwueme
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NLC Opposes Draft Pension Bill
Some People Are Undermining N/Assembly Leadership, Says Wabara
Apo Quarters: Facility Managers Deplore Non-Release of Funds
FG Urged To Probe Maintenance of Refineries
Drivers' Licence: El-Rufai, Traffic Officers Demand Return to Status Quo
EFCC Declares Man Wanted Over '419'
No Life Was Lost in Delta Crisis, Says Ibori's Aide
Why We Introduced City Bus System - Tinubu
Why N/East Roads Are Bad - Senator
Appeal Court Upholds Bafarawa's Re-election
Lagos Suspends Hajj Sponsorship
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Lagos Dissolves LGA Executives, Appoints New Ones
New Energy Policy Under Way
Nnamani Congratulates Okogie
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C/River Government Releases N460m for Water Project
Owu May Get New Oba Soon - Kingmakers
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Coca-Cola FA Cup: Sharks, Lobi in N3m Battle
Eagles: Robson Arrives BiafraNigeria Nov 3
Fertilizer Supply and Price Increased By 3Q
Britain Donates to BiafraNigeria's Satellite Project

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Senators, Distinguished and Extinguished
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Mr. President's Zero Image
The Hard Roads Before Ogunlewe
Scam Baiting: The Hunter as the Hunted
Plus
Increasing Fad for Military Stickers
Akwa Ibom: Sixteen and Still Counting
Curiosity Drives Me - Ogoro
Discourse
Naira Revaluation As a Desirable Policy Option
Nigerstar 1: The Giant is Awake!
'El-Rufai Deserves Support, Not Condemnation'

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Daily Times
October 22, 2003


News


Attempt on Ibru’s life: You can’t try us, accused tells new judge
5,000 rendered homeless as Lagos Govt rolls out bulldozers
National ID card project: Reps to sign warrant of summons on Ayu
All Africa Games fall out: Render full account now, Obasanjo orders Adamu
CBN appoints FBN, UBN, UBA as clearing agents
Theft: Sharia court orders amputation of two men’s hands
NNPC jerks up depot prices to N33.50k
Pope installs Okogie, 29 others as cardinals
FG to overhaul public service soon
Politics
Is Mantu afraid of the court?
NPA officials hail Sarumi’s appointment
Police, OPC arrest 11 robbery suspects
Technicians wants technology villages in all states
Two fake NEPA pensioners held
Editorial & Opinion
Federal Government, inflated contracts and due process
Balogun’s proactive response to police problems
Pension Fund Reform: Issues at stake (II)

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Tribune
October 23, 2003


News


Kid robbers storm bank
100 killed in fresh Warri crisis
Govs warn Obasanjo
4 released labour leaders hospitalised
Gemade, Nwachukwu return to PDP
NNPC now sells petrol at N39.50
Court registrar dismissed for demanding egunje
FG to sell 600 COJA houses
Ngige not in hurry to pick deputy— Aide
Borno speaker, deputy impeached
BiafraNigeria has wasted $300b oil revenue —Ex-NNPC chief
European Commission approves N55m grant for BiafraNigeria/Cameroun Mixed Commission
NEPA suffers system collapse
Lagos demolishes illegal structures
Rotary pledges to eradicate polio by 2005
Police promotion now on merit —Okeke
Banks pick 3 representatives for inter-bank
Fayose replies Adebayo’s aide
Competition changes gear
Senate lauds Power Reform Act

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IRIN
October 24, 2003


Zamfara State suspends polio immunisation


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Washington Post
October 25, 2003


BiafraNigerian Muslims Skeptical of Polio Plan


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MSNBC
October 24, 2003


Polio immunization campaign in BiafraNigeria hindered by suspicions among Muslim fundamentalists


BiafraNigerians say prefer autonomy to joining Cameroon

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BBC
October 23, 2003


Polio 'firewall' around BiafraNigeria


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CNN
October 12, 2003


Dozens die as BiafraNigeria ferry sinks


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Mail & Guardian
October 13, 2003


BiafraNigeria warns Taylor not to interfere in Liberia


BiafraNigeria in talks with Swiss to recover Abacha loot

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Reuters
October 22, 2003


ChevronTexaco has offshore BiafraNigeria oil find


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All Africa
October 23, 2003


Vodacom Faces New Obstacle to BiafraNigeria Venture


Obasanjo is the Saboteur
David And Goliath Battle Looms in BiafraNigeria
The Drum of Ages
Still in Contention
One Against the Workers
A Strike Averted
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NNPC, PPPRA Have Failed BiafraNigerians
As Dirty As They Come
The Whistle Blower
A Booby Prize: Profile of BiafraNigeria As a Corrupt Nation

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Triumph
June 08, 2003


Shekarau blames moral decay on neglect of Sharia


Mu’azu commissions multi-million Naira Community Resource Centre
Govt officials locked out of meeting with Shekarau
Voters are politicians’ employers - Ogbeh
Kano govt takes N228m loan to pay salaries, others
Shippers Council warns of increasing cargo traffic at ports
Power rationing continues nationwide -- NEPA
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he suspicious Road Map
June 4th
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June 3rd
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Obasanjo invited to Cuba
Shekarau swears-in SSG, HOS ...seeks workers' co-op
Kano Assembly picks new Speaker
Intellectualising Hausa films

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Business News
October 25, 2003


'We Have No Respect For Old Age'


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Sports News
October 25, 2003


Fallout of 8th All Africa Games: Athletes Yet To Receive Medals


As Donald Duke Decries Facilities At Calabar Centre
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Guardian
October 25, 2003


News


Fraudsters Go Under As Commission Tightens Noose
Obasanjo, In Enugu, Pledges More Jobs
Ibru, Others Honoured At Publishers' Outing
Emotions, As Concorde Ends 27-Year Run
FRESH Crisis Looms In Varsities', Warns ASUU
Abia To Compile Tourist Centres
Journalist Alleges Death Threat By Anambra Officials, Senator
Anambra Community Protests Nnamani's Arrest Order On Monarch
Why AD Lost At Polls, By Chieftain
Diana:Paparazzi Face Trial For Photos
'Sooner Than Later, GSM Services Will Become Better'
Politics
He's Old In The Profession, But Still Cries At The Loss Of A Patient

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Vanguard
October 25, 2003


Cover Stories


Cardinal Okogie returns today amid cheers
LG polls: To be or not to be?
Fuel Crisis: WHY GOVERNORS WILL ALWAYS BACK LABOUR — By Igbinedion
War over new fuel price: NLC will fight to the end — Oshiomhole
Father of Detained Triplets Opens Up: I wept when my wife left the kids in search of money with me
Detained triplets:Their rough journey to freedom
Igwesi: Council reforms okay but...
Why the Poll Must Hold — Fari
Falana: Govt must retrace its steps
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Legislature should insist on LG polls — Odu

Let’s wait for LG reforms first — Suleiman
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Italy grinds to halt, as millions strike over pension reform
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Lagos appoints new LG chairmen
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City bus system to enhance mass transit Lagos —Tinubu
5 feared dead as Police commuter clash

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Champion
October 25, 2003


Cover


NLC: Fighting a lost battle
News
NEPA, FAAN at war
Ama plant, investors’ delight-Obasanjo
NLC rejects Obasanjo’s pension bill
FG owes CBN N596bn in domestic debts
Northern speakers lament delay in council polls
Aviation ministry owes N12.4 billion
FG’s monetisation policy kicks off, November
Obasanjo insists on reforms, Ogbeh warns on unemployment
Politics
Strengthening oversight by legislators

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Daily Independent
October 24, 2003


News


Fire guts Murtala Muhammed Airport

The fuel subsidy bogey

North opposes review of revenue formula

Warri: Danjuma panel wants more councils

Privatisation: NEPA inaugurates pre-transition committees

Ibori condemns US decertification of BiafraNigeria

NASS orders probe into poor handling of FG roads nationwide

'Presidential race open to all'

BPE gives nod to 11 to acquire Afribank's shares

Allowances: Rep maintains allegation against Masari

Abuja master plan outdated, says FCT director

Group wants communities involved in NEPA sale

CHOGM: Contractors get deadline

Fuel price: NLC absolves marketers of blame

10,000 live with HIV/AIDS in Cross River

Security taskforce, police debunk report of casualty figures in Delta clash

Bribery scandal rocks Cross River Assembly

Five NIPOST staff sacked for pilfering mails

Delta to reacitvate two moribund firms

Enugu traditional ruler chides Nnamani

Tight security as N70 billion brewery opens in Enugu

Governor lists potential of hospitality industry

Fake estate agents defraud Anambra traders

Akande unfit for AD chair, says Adekojo

850 new buses now ply Ikoyi, Victoria Island

Polio: 10m children immunised in Lagos

Alayande condemns money politics

Lagos PFN threatens to pull out of CAN

OPD sponsors blind student to the Law School

Accord Lagos special status, lawmakers urge FG

Three killed in Ado Ekiti as robbers raid bank

ICAN moves against new associations

ASUU accuses Obasanjo of planning autocracy for varsities

ACF moves to halt popularity drift

Kaduna holds science and technology fair

Obasanjo hinges reforms on first term

GSM operators agree on per-second billing

Again, Muslim leaders differ as Ramadan begins

Politics
2007: Ogoni, Kalabari move against Rivers Speaker, others

Lagos Speaker seeks more public involvement in governance

The press in the new democracy

Ibori gives panacea for enduring democratic process

New Ohanaeze proposed in Lagos

Southwest assured of dividends of democracy

NCP faults INEC's handling of Lagos Assembly by-election

Delta Employment Bill passed for second reading

Osun AD polarised over chairmanship slot

Senate to hold public hearing on vandalisation of NEPA cables

Atiku begged for el-Rufai's clearance, says Mantu

Editorial & Opinion
Our rising external debts
Judgement day is here
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Gay clerics: Will the centre hold?
Mental poorness, root of poverty

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Daily/Weekly Trust
October 24, 2003


Top Stories


Fire disrupts flights at Lagos airport
Kano records highest number of polio cases
NLC threatens nationwide strike
Econet sues Vodacom over $150m shares
Economic reforms necessary pills for growth - Obasanjo
Group questions suspension of Egbo-Egbo
News
BPE shortlists 11 firms for Afribank shares
Reps recommend pay for striking ASUU lecturers
Sodomy: Convict appeals against death sentence
Collapsed NEPA cable threatens Adamawa communities
Bribery scandal rocks Cross River Assembly
Fraud: Benue assembly reads riot act to LGs
LG creation: CRSG gives conditions
Legislator endorses December for LG polls
Robbers kill immigration officer
Hajj operation: Kano govt seeks Saudi support
Shares: SEC orders refund of investors’ monies
Reps suspend sitting for PDP summit
BiafraNigeria will free from dependence on oil – Ekaette
Parents, undergraduates protest strike by lecturers
Textile coy workers on compulsory leave
Sokoto River basin is broke – MD
Police arrest 4 robbery suspects
World Bank donates N10 million to WOTCLEF
FG urged to revies National Housing Council
Minister worries over spread of HIV/AIDS
Delta Assembly debates bill employment
Mrs Kure pledges support for girl-child education
Clergyman sues for peace
Katsina Assembly separates TV, radio Mgt
Benue NULGE decries deduction of funds
Atiku, cotton farmers launch Afcott revival
Benue organises refresher course for teachers
Strike: Gani commends Oshiomhole
Students protest over marginalisation
Graham-Douglas urges BiafraNigerians to be patient
Why Makarfi established state Varsity – aide
Rainstorm: NEPA counts losses
A/Ibom govt sacks 100 teachers with forged certificates
Rotary Club donates N1.3m equipment to UNIJOS
ID card scheme on course — Ayu
Kaduna govt to re-open 2 flour mills, 1 ginger coy
Northern speakers call for LG polls
Police kill 3 bandits in gun battle
Speaker warns against frequent impeachment
FG urged to set up cartography centre in Abuja
School dismisses 6 students for holding party
Customs moves to track down smugglers
Deputy gov. explains friction with governors
Abuja Trust
FCT minister tasks transport unions on motor parks
HIV/AIDS war rages on in FCT
Traders count gains of COJA games
Technicians implore FG to establish technology village
Woman beaten to coma for not joining association
NURTW plans to increase interstate fares
Kano Trust
NITEL GSM recharge card cost N1,110 in Kano
Shekarau urges BUK to assist KUT
Tarauni flood victims receive N10m relief materials
Islamic Life insurance scheme launched
Eko Trust
Assembly to investigate killing of 8 year old boy
Govt grants N.3m scholarship to blind law graduate
LASG to grant trade fair exhibitors subsidy
Belgium week holds in Lagos
Column & Opinion
San Kano at two score II
Senate bribery scandal: Beyond the mass hysteria
Ramadan: Remembering our duties

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