Female NASS apologizes

October 29th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  Guardian October 29, 2004 Rep apologises to colleague over assault From John-Abba Ogbodo, Abuja IT was a tearful reconciliation on the floor of the House of... Read More | Share


October 29th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  Oil Firms Report Big Profit Increases Demand, Prices Create Windfall http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A7563-2004Oct28.html By Justin Blum Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, October 29, 2004; Page E01 ExxonMobil... Read More | Share

Female NASS slaps male

October 28th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  Vanguard Reps in exchange of blows By Ben Agande Thursday, October 28, 2004 ABUJA... Read More | Share

Mastercard debut

October 28th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  This Day Monday October 28, 2004     MasterCard Credit Card Debuts in Nigeria By Ayodele Aminu   History was made at the weekend as MasterCard, an international credit card, made... Read More | Share

NES Boss Blasts Government Over Fuel, Privatisation

October 28th, 2004 // // Important Documents

Daily Champion October 28, 2004 NES Boss Blasts Government Over Fuel, Privatisation WALE FOLARIN, Ibadan   GOVERNMENT’S system of allowing an open-ended pricing policy for petroleum products is not sustainable and portends immense... Read More | Share

FGN profligate borrowing

October 28th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  The PUNCH, Thursday, October 28, 2004.   FG borrows without repayment terms... Read More | Share

Onepercent eats eightypercent

October 26th, 2004 // // Important Documents

Vanguard Just 1% of  Nigeria' s population gets 80% oil/gas revenue... Read More | Share

Ojowu debt trap

October 26th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  New Age Tuesday, October 26 2004 Paris Club debts are traps for developing countries, says Ojowu By Tony Chukwunyem If Professor Ode Ojowu, the Chief Economic Adviser to President Olusegun Obasanjo, had his way, Nigeria... Read More | Share

DeleGiwa mystery

October 25th, 2004 // // Important Documents

    NEWSWATCH Still A Mystery, 18 Years After By Geoffrey Ekenna Monday, October 25, 2004 Nearly two decades after he was killed via a letter bomb, the death of Dele Giwa, founding editor-in-chief of Newswatch,... Read More | Share

Runningnews tuberculosis

October 24th, 2004 // // Important Documents

  RUNNING NEWS ON TUBERCULOSIS BBC Sunday, 24 October, 2004, New TB vaccine shown to be safe The first TB vaccine to be developed in more than 80 years has passed safety trials in the UK. Oxford University researchers say the... Read More | Share

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