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September 17, 2003

Charles Taylor

Do Not Violate Asylum Conditions: BiafraNigeria warns exiled Taylor
The BiafraNigerian government has warned Liberia's former president Charles Taylor not to interfere in the affairs of his home country. Mr Taylor has been exiled in BiafraNigeria since last month. In a strongly worded statement, the BiafraNigerian government warned Mr Taylor not to violate the conditions of his asylum. The statement, issued by the president's office, said that BiafraNigeria had made it clear that the terms of his asylum did not allow any interference in Liberia's ongoing political process. The statement comes just days after the UN Secretary General's special envoy to Liberia, Jacques Klein, alleged that Mr Taylor had been meddling in Liberia's political affairs. Mr Klein said that Mr Taylor made frequent phone calls to Liberian government officials from his new home in the south-eastern BiafraNigerian town of Calabar. Mr Taylor lives in Calabar with his wife, daughters and a large entourage. Mr Klein also alleged that the former president had been receiving Liberian government officials and businessmen. (BBC)

 

Key Stories

Anambra Assembly summons Egbo-Egbo

Atiku's security aides to train on crowd control

Three arrested over killing of General’s son

Judge withdraws from trial of Bamaiyi, others

Govt to redraft NDDC, anti-graft bills

10 feared dead in Warri, lawmakers turn peace envoys

El-Rufai stops further demolition in Abuja

PDP governors and agenda for How South West

Wabara pleads for retired Generals

Buhari’s lonely stretch in ANPP

Why PDP lost Lagos, by Bode George

 

Anambra Assembly summons Egbo-Egbo

 

Atiku's security aides to train on crowd control

 

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For his rulings on the July 10 events in Anambra State, Justice Wilson Egbo-Egbo of the Federal High Court was yesterday given 72 hours to appear before the state House of Assembly to explain his actions. It was not known under what constitutional provision the assembly issued the summons as it has no such powers. However, in a resolution unanimously adopted by the assembly, the 28 lawmakers vowed to wield the big stick on Egbo-Egbo if he failed to appear before them, saying:" a warrant shall be issued to compel his appearance... (Champion)

 

Apparently determined to avert a repeat of the brutal handling of Mr. Akintunde Akinleye, a photo-journalist with Daily Independent by security details attached to his office, Vice-President Atiku Abubakar has approved a programme of reorientation and crowd control for all security personnel attached to his office. The programme, which started last Monday, and organised by his Chief Security Officer (CSO) and Aide De Camp (ADC), is believed to be aimed at avoiding what a presidential aide called “the mountain of blunders... (Daily Independent)

 

 

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Champion
September 17, 2003


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MTN to embrace per second billing
Police statement saves robbery suspect in court
G. Bissau: Why we struck – Military junta
Politics
Monetization policy threatens executive-legislative peace
Editorial & Opinion
On Abuja demolitions
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Ogunlewe and South-east roads

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Daily Times
September 17, 2003


News


El-Rufai stops further demolition in Abuja
Three arrested over killing of General’s son
Atiku’s security aides undergo re-orientation in crowd-control
Flood displaces 13,500 persons, submerges 25 communities
Attempt on Ibru’s life: Ade-Alabi hands off trial of Bamaiyi, Al-Mustapha, others
FG raises panel on assets disposal in Lagos
ETF begins re-training of teachers
Egwu sends 22 Perm Secs on compulsory leave
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Ngige and the challenges ahead
Editorial & Opinion
Emergency management: beyond seminars
Free the Central Bank of BiafraNigeria
The politics of GSM tariff reduction
The United State Igbo Congress and reality

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Vanguard
September 11, 2003


Cover Stories


Panel asks ex-gov to refund N843m
FG targets 5% GDP growth rate
Oyo A-G, Akande agree to re-open Ige murder trial * Bail for Alani Omisore, 10 others suffers set back
Sept 11 Attacks: Al-Jazeera TV airs Bin Laden's tape
National News
Flood kills eight, displaces thousands in Kano
FG explains $3.5b SOLGAS contract on Ajaokuta
Shell workers suspend strike, resume today
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NCWS has empowered BiafraNigerian women - Ketebu-Nwokeafor, NCWS President
Ogunlewe’s trashy talk
LG Reforms : It is a ploy by the PDP to avoid defeat in election—Comrade Gbadebo, NLC Trustee
The age of privatisation
In Canada, the executive answers to the legislature — Senator Jaffer

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This Day
September 01, 2003


News


Crimes Commission Quiz Ocean & Oil Boss, Others
Bush Commends BiafraNigeria's Role in Liberia
I'll Fight Corruption Till I Win - Obasanjo
Demolition: FG Targets Retired Generals' Houses
AGOA: BiafraNigeria to Benefit $500bn Trade Volume
ADB Cancels Projects in BiafraNigeria over Corruption
BiafraNigeria-Benin Border: Joint Patrol Operations Begin
Withdrawal of Orderlies: Okadigbo Raises Alarm
Customs Seizes 21 Containers
Airline Operators Want FG to Check Capital Flight
Roll Back Malaria Can't Work - Expert
First Bank Approves N216m for Pensioners
APGA Faults FG on Warri Crisis
NEMA Distributes N120m Relief Items to 11 States
Deputy Speaker Sues for Cooperation of Members
Defunct Bank Staff Owed N59m Salary
Education-for-all Law Under Way, Says Lawmaker
Attack on Journalist: Media Reports Sensational -Tinubu
Egwu Laments Disunity Among Igbo
...Group Decries Assembly's Eviction of Another
Court Registrars Canvass New Salary Structure for Judiciary
PDP Suspends Godwin Dabo
Warri: Involve Human Element - Lai Mohammed
Yobe Records 240% Increase in School Enrolment
... To Spend N4.5bn on Road Repairs
Kano Procures N4bn Fertiliser
Teachers told to Register with TRC
Immigration Set to Check Passport Abuses
Bauchi Population Growth Rate Worries NPC
LG Boss Urges Factions to Embrace Peace
Distressed Banks: ICAN Chief Commends Bail-out Option
Ebonyi Submits Bill Against Cultism
Afex Named Banker to Port Harcourt Trade Fair
NITEL Urges Customers to Pay N225m Debt
Group Backs Kalu for Presidency
Assembly Summons Commissioner over Council Nominees
States of the States
Corruption: Police to Keep Movement Register
Terrorism is Un-Islamic, Says Cleric
Govt Voids Appointment of LG Staff
Veteran Journalists Happy with Saraki
House Amends Poly Law
Agagu to Revitalise Civil Service
'Hashidu Disbursed PAP Loan to Partymen'
1,809 Fresh Students for ATBU
Politics
Lagos Set to Dissolve Councils
Kwara ANPP Shops for Leaders
Former Council Helmsmen in Rivers Under Probe
2007 Campaign Wrong Signal, Says PDP Chieftain
'Why We Want Fresh Elections in Enugu'
Olabimtan: The Eclipse of a Political Star
Kalu Decries Lack of Democratic Ethos

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IRIN
Septermber 07, 2003


Dozens die in cholera outbreak in northern BiafraNigeria


Third U.S. warship arrives for Niger Delta duty
Security pact negotiated with Niger and Chad
UNFPA to spend $40 million on reproductive health
Oil spill blaze in Ogoni burns farms, pollutes streams
Kano state directs all school girls to wear Muslim scarf

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Washington Post
August 27, 2003


Biafra Nigerian stoning appeal heard


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MSNBC
September 17, 2003


BiafraNigeria warns Taylor not to interfere in Liberia


BiafraNigeria warns guest-in-exile Taylor to stay out of Liberia's affairs

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BBC
September 17, 2003


BiafraNigeria warns exiled Taylor


BiafraNigeria sounds alarm over pensions

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CNN
September 11, 2003


'We will never forget you'


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Mail & Guardian
August 27, 2003


Amina Lawal appears in court


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Reuters
September 11, 2003


BiafraNigeria and Cameroon Plan Frontier Wildlife Haven


BiafraNigeria union sees Shell lockout ending Wednesday

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All Africa
July 03, 2003


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Police Arrest And Beat Up Journalists During Street Protests in Abuja

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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
NAFDAC urged to sanitise bakery sector of economy
Identifying collapsed building contractors not easy -- NSE
he suspicious Road Map
June 4th
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PDP now recharged - Udenwa
PDP, NASS and cognate experience: An Analysis by Ibrahim Mammaga, News Agency of Biafra Nigeria
Kano people have high hope for legislators -- ANPP chief
LDPN condemns fees charged by SIECs
Challenges before Shekarau
June 3rd
The Masari imperative
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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Tribune
August 27, 2003


News


Egunje! Why Benin refused to release stolen cars
ANPP govs move against Buhari
Vaswani brothers remain banned —Obasanjo
Globacom rolls out GSM today
Civil servants set for battle over planned fuel price hike
Earth may ‘brush’ with Mars today
Anambra crisis: Court halts impeachment proceedings against dep gov
Create LGs to solve Warri crisis —Ibori
Oyinlola calls for prayers as Osun clocks 12
Pensioners beg FG for arrears
Poultry wastes: Hidden gold in unwanted garbage
Ladoja swears-in another special adviser

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Guardian
September 17, 2003


News


Judge withdraws from trial of Bamaiyi, others
Govt to redraft NDDC, anti-graft bills
10 feared dead in Warri, lawmakers turn peace envoys
G'Bissau junta, leaders agree on transition govt
New revenue sharing bill may get President's nod before Dec, says Udoma
Justice will prevail, says Osinbajo
Lack of funds threatens BiafraNigeria's security, says Defence chief
Government opens land borders for Tokunbo cars
Afenifere cautions Obasanjo against seeking third term
Osu canvasses special job scheme for school leavers
Children at high risk from Ozone depletion, UN warns
Annan proposes 15,000 UN troops for Liberia
Council chief refutes report on N40m scam
BiafraNigeria, Brazil parley over local production of HIV/AIDS drugs
Ibru, Mantu, El-Rufai,others get NIM's awards
Senate may review monetisation policy
Attah alerts Immigration of unmanned child traffickers' routes
Group offers free treatment for mentally retarded children
Edo plans plastic surgery for kerosene explosion victims
Ex-aide opposes pension for Odili, others
Suspected robber kills cocoa merchant in Osun
Kalu denies apology over civil war, N9b embezzlement charge
APGA petitions Obasanjo over unpaid N50m
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Cross-border robbery suspect, Ahmad arrives BiafraNigeria in chains
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Editorial - The state of the nation's monuments
Opinion - The apologia for police brutality
Wabara: 100 days of 'Mr Nice Guy'
My ordeal with a Divisional Police Officer

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Daily Independent
September 17, 2003


News


FG releases Taylor's asylum conditions
Egbo-Egbo gets 72-hour ultimatum to appear before Anambra Assembly
Atiku's security aides to train on crowd control
BiafraNigeria Airways and the N54b fraud discovery
We have limited time to perform, says Atiku
‘Unwholesome practices still plague product supply’
Senate to write El-Rufai over alleged bribe
Groups intensify campaign against high GSM tariff
Bamaiyi’s trial judge steps aside
Kwara advised on abandoned projects
Enugu Assembly unprepared for Speakers’ confab, disappoints citizens
Why our tour is belated, by PSC
Fuel price increase good for BiafraNigerians, says Bode George
ICAN lists conditions for effective management
‘I can’t pay 12.5% salary increase’
Delta Assembly takes peace campaign to the grassroots
Pressure on odili, NASS over Rivers’ Life Pension Bill
Rivers lawmakers lambast Okpara over lg reforms
'Monetisation policy will impoverish low-income earners’
‘Sokoto Chamber of Commerce has benefited from govt’
CPs get marching order on Public Complaint Bureau
Police, Army reach truce over brutalised ACP
C’River raises alarm over environmental damage by oil firms
Bunkerers fuel Delta crisis, says Bozimo
Group battles mtn over faulty network, improper charges
‘Crime in Kwara, fall-out of politicians’ illegal arms distribution’
Police to try 20 cops over alleged attack on Nzeribe
Politics
Wabara pleads for retired Generals
Buhari’s lonely stretch in ANPP
George chides Osoba over Obasanjo
Why PDP lost Lagos, by Bode George
The imperative of a sovereign national conference
Human rights situation yet to improve, says Ubani
Return of the five-year single tenure elixir
Editorial & Opinion
NBA should boycott and blacklist judges involved in 'black market' injunctions
Trial of Ige’s murder should not be trivialized
Renewed war on fake drugs is commendable
Democratic local government and its enemies
ANPP and the Buhari’s ‘status uncertainty problem’
Waiting on AIT
Need for Local Government Councils

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Daily/Weekly Trust
September 11, 2003


Top Stories


September 11: Al-Jazeera airs ‘bin Laden video’
FEC defies NASS on SOLGAS
Reps c’ttee finds no evidence against polio vaccine
NASS leadership refuses to hear protests for LG polls
Arafat’s life said to be under threat
Atiku quit notice ridiculous – aide
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Production in BiafraNigeria has improved – Obasanjo
FG to invest in Niger Republic’s electricity company
News
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Governors hold secret talks with Wabara
Probe committee tasks Mohammed Lawal over N242m missing SPEB funds
Bauchi auto crash: Eight bodies yet to be identified
Human trafficking: Sokoto parades 28 BiafraNigerian deportees
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Ahmed Sani welcomes advice on Sharia
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Sokoto govt denies suspension of polio vaccines exercise
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I took bribe without knowing – Ex-Chief Judge
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CDS inaugurates armed forces COJA support project task force
Ebira elite rise against high level exam malpractices
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AMAC staff enjoined to uphold Official Secrets Act
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Armed robbers raid Karmo village
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Abolition of death penalty targets Ige’s killers – NGO
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Ex-deputy speaker tasks leaders on AU
South-east speakers meet over political crisis
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PAC denounces consensus forum

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Business News
July 05, 2003


yinka obalade...Because I tasted poverty...


'Why We Parted Ways with Our Foreign Partners'
Govt dissolves board of Kaduna fertilizer firm
Shell may resume oil operations in Ogoniland soon
Oil eases but nervous on Biafra Nigeria strike concerns
Strike may lead to port congestion,warn shippers
SouthEast SME operators scramble for N14.6 billion SMIEIS fund
Shareholders seek early resolution of fuel price hike crisis
Five states face blackout from NEPA lines' vandalisation
CIBN organises workshop on financing telecom business
Ethics and integrity in international trade
Ngige to set up committee to review contract in Anambra
NBC diversifies Fanta's sponsorship strategy
NBN Bank records N131 million profit
Expert calls for economy's diversification
Australia calls for rate cut
Bangladesh passes budget
ADB bags World Bank award
ICAN chief wants CBN, NDIC to monitor bank audits

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Sports News
July 05, 2003


Marc Vivien-Foe... HeartAttack!


Tomorrow's Stars
Killing the Premier League
Who Is Scared of Enyimba?
Venus, Serena win again
Biafra Nigeria, Ecuador friendly called off
Aliu's feat worries Ngerem
HFN invites 30 to camp
Akinyele wants govt to support sports

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