Google Nigerian News Archive for February 2008

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Peace Talks Break Down Among Militants in Nigeria's Niger Delta - Voice of America

President Yar'Adua Seeks Strategic Partnership With China -

Oil Rises on Dollar, Nigeria Woes - Wall Street Journal

Liberty Group in Talks to Expand in Nigeria, Kenya (Update2) - Bloomberg

Why Nigeria election tribunal was not fair in its ruling - Daily Nation

UPDATE 5-Oil rises above $100 on weak dollar, Nigeria - Reuters

Igu Aro Festival - MTN Plays the Lead to Re-Awake Ndigbo ... -

EU Refutes Applauding Tribunal Judgment On Yar'Adua -

China, Nigeria vow to further bilateral co-op - Xinhua

Oil rises to $100 on Nigeria supply cut - Reuters South Africa

Nets for Life Distributes 82500 Mosquito Nets Today -

How Nigeria Can Join Most Developed Economies -

NITEL - The Politics of a Reversal -

Adamawa - AG Governor Dissolves Cabinet -

Tribunal Judgement - Military Warns Against Plans to ... -

Unilorin 49 - ASUU Seeks Citizens' Intervention -

Nexen Announces Development Approval for the Usan Project ... - FOXBusiness

Eagles' Job - The Men Hoping to Replace Vogts -

IMF Cautions Country On Budgetary Discipline -

Full text of China-Nigeria joint press communique - Xinhua

UBE Committed to Education for All-Modibbo -

EFCC, Corruption and the Quest for Power -

Eagles' Job - NFA Bends Towards Amodu, Siasia -

Yar'Adua's Victory Vindicates Us - INEC -

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Row over Nigeria nudity picture - BBC News

Forgiving Thieves -

Decision day for Nigeria - BBC News

Microsoft to Empower 2500 Youths -

Nigeria must diversify, keep fiscal prudence - IMF - Reuters South Africa

Okocha Gearing Up For Nigeria Action -

30 Years of ASUU- FG Antagonism (1) -

Eagles Job - Siasia Set to Floor Keshi, Others -

Nigeria ruling may strengthen president for reform - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria missed oil boom opportunities - IMF chief - Reuters South Africa

Politics of Immoralities - Saving Country of Disgrace -

Nitel - Saving Our Collective Patrimony -

For Motorola, a Time to Pitch for the Real Thing -

Verdict a Disaster - TMG, I'm Vindicated - Obasanjo -

Nerc And the Quest for Energy Boost -

Scholars Are Never Humiliated Forever - ASUU -

Rotary Commits $650m to Polio Eradication -

NIEPA Trains French Village Management -

It's a Travesty of Justice -Balarabe -

Leave Aondoakaa Alone -

Trans-Sahara Pipeline Project to Gulp N1.6trn -

David Mark - Undercurrents of a Verdict -

After Tribunal Judgement - Atiku, Buhari Head for Supreme ... -

"ICT, Growth Catalyst for Emerging Economies-ICT' -

Microsoft Thinks Yar'Adua's 7-Point Agenda in Country Project -

SKorea's Hyundai says it wins 1.6 bln dlr deal in Nigeria - AFP

Battle Shifts to Supreme Court -

EFCC Hunts Software Pirates -

World Bank Donates N21.24bn to Fed Tertiary Institutions -

Nigeria To Appoint New Coach On Thursday -

Former VP Abubakar to Challenge Nigeria Court Decision - Voice of America

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Hyundai Heavy wins $1.5 bln deal in Nigeria - Reuters

Judges Uphold Nigeria’s Presidential Election - New York Times

Abuja Gets Japanese Garden -

Media Debt - Reprieve On the Way, As Apcon Records Progress -

Cross River Varsity Begins Strike -

Yar'Adua - Inec Okays Tribunal Judgement -

Atiku Absolves Self From PEF's N50bn Scam -

Wanted - Capital Punishment for Corruption -

Siemens Scandal And PDP National Convention -

The Audacity of Justice -

Tribunal Approves Live Broadcast -

Vogts in Fifa, Seeks Three Months Pay -

Prison System Report -

Court rules Nigeria poll was valid -

Gunmen kidnap three in Nigeria oil hub: army - AFP

INSTANT VIEW-Nigeria tribunal rejects challenges to president - Reuters

Yakubu Gets Moyes' Warning -

Nigeria court upholds Yar'Adua electoral victory - AFP

Ogbe Tennis Fallout - Players Are Lazy - Sanon -

Sudan Conflict - Country to Initiate Peace Proposals -

My Agenda As PDP Deputy National Chairman -

Nigeria court dismisses first suit against Yar'Adua win - AFP

One court challenge to Nigeria president dismissed - Reuters South Africa

Ogbe Tennis Fallout: Nigerian Players are Lazy –– Sanon - This Day (subscription)

Leaders, Are You Listening? -

For Mark, It's 'Double Jeopardy' -

US Provides N8.2m Grant for Youth Devt - This Day (subscription)

NAPEP, Intercontinental Bank Forge Partnership Against ... -

Ahmadu Ali As Political Artist -

At 85, Orojo Writes Three Books -

Oando Acquires 2 Shell Oil Blocks for $625m -

Amnesty Report Condemns Prison Abuses -

Ethnic Nationalities Movement and Yar'Adua's Electoral ... -

Amnesty slams Nigeria’s justice system - The Times

SEC Endorses CSCS, NIBSS, Registrars Collaboration On E ... -

IMF Boss Visits Country -

Senate Backs David Mark -

Keshi Gives NFA Conditions for Eagles Job -

Nigeria lifts bagged cement import ban for 6 months - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria election verdict expected - BBC News

Monday, February 25, 2008

Mixed fortunes for Nigeria table tennis in China - Xinhua

Report: Nigeria's Justice System Broken - The Associated Press

RusAl Starts Operating Nigeria Smelter - The Moscow Times

ExxonMobil Helps Launch Malaria Prevention Program in Nigeria - WELT ONLINE

NDLEA Nabs Student, 29 Others -

Moyes Denies Insulting Nigeria -

Eagles - NSC Favours Keshi, Amodu -

Chad: Nigeria Will Initiate Peace Proposals for Conflict - President -

Starcomms Hits 1m Subscriber Base -

Re-Run Elections - Citizens Reject Iwu -

FG Returns Transcorp's 51 Percent Nitel Share -

50 Years After "Things Fall Apart" - a Chat With Chinua ... -

Mark's Lawyer Faults Tribunal's Judgment -

Ogebe Should Leave Tribunal - Falana -

Kabbah Commends Country Over Ecomog -

Kogi Polls - Idris, Audu Start Campaign -

Emergency -

NITEL/Mtel - We Retain 51 Percent Shares, Says Transcorp -

Anxiety As Petition Tribunal Rules On Yar' Adua -

PDP Chair - I Won't Step Down for Anybody - Anyanwu -

Ohakim's Mall and a Voodoo Development -

Election Reform - How Far Has Uwais Panel Gone? -

As PDP Shops for Born-Again Chairman -

Oil transparency elusive in Nigeria despite new law - Guardian Unlimited

We 'll Hold FG Responsible Over Okah's Life -INC, IYC -

Tribunal Sacks Mark - it's a Strange Ruling - Sen. President -

FG Accepts Vogts Resignation - Sports Minister -

Sheriff, a Governor Justifying His Mandate -

China firms quit bids for Shell block in Nigeria - Reuters

Tribunal Nullifies David Mark's Election -

Nigeria's stability hinges on presidential ruling - Reuters South Africa

The Near Nullity of Nollywood -

After Amstel Commercial, I No Longer Want to Do Every ... -

US, Country Navies in Training Exercise -

Atiku Vows to Accept Court Decision -

Help From Abroad for the Physically Challenged -

Don't Succumb to Pressure, Buhari Urges Judges -

IMF boss arrives Nigeria tomorrow, meets Yar’Adua - Vanguard

Delta Needs Bank of Reconstruction and Development - Dafinone -

Atiku Looks Beyond Tuesday, says Supreme Court Will ... -

Lagos Polo - Titan Wins Open Cup Title -

Reps Plans to Reconcile OBJ, IBB, Atiku and Others -

Africa's Fraudulent Elections - A Non-Violent Alternative ... -

I'm Still Waiting for Mr Right - Ofunneka -

Sunday, February 24, 2008

I didn’t seek Nigeria’s help: Raila - Daily Nation

Saisia: I Don't Want Nigeria Job Now -

Kano Assembly Member Beats Colleague to Coma -

Fashola Unveils N216bn Lagos Energy Project -

My Opponents Want to Kill Me - Gov. Ohakim -

60 Feared Killed in Another Ibadan Torture Chamber -

National Assembly Mediates Firs, Police Row Over N.713bn Tax -

Tribunal Sacks Senate President -

Currency in Circulation Hits N790.2bn -

Raila Tries to Involve Nigeria in Talks -

Nigeria seeking Ukrainian cooperation in - SteelGuru

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Every jot of data impacts oil prices - Emirates Business 24/7

INEC/Obasanjo versus Nigeria - Vanguard

‘Tourism in Nigeria is an Orphan’ - This Day (subscription)

Nigeria fury over Moyes comments - BBC News

Raila tries to involve Nigeria in talks - Daily Nation

Ijaw group demands two more states in Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria Real Estate Scam - KRDO

Senate vote annulment raises uncertainty in Nigeria - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria to go local? - BBC Sport

IMF New MD to Visit Nigeria - This Day (subscription)

Sports for development youth Nigeria - AfricaNews

Tension in Makurdi -

Keshi Set For Nigeria Hotseat -

Presidential Election Tribunal - Will Ogebe's Elevation ... -

Nigeria ’09: LOC Harps On Maintenance Culture - Nigerian Tribune

VP Commissions Alscon Today -

Computer crime cops unveil $1m web scam - Melbourne Herald Sun

Vehicle Importation - FG Tasked On Age Limit -

Nigeria's Visafone rolls-out to over 40 cities - Telecom Paper (subscription)

Kenya's Odinga unexpectedly heads to Nigeria - Taipei Times

My brother, the Niger Delta militant - BBC News

Friday, February 22, 2008

Nigeria's Oando buys Shell assets - Financial Times

Nigeria’s Oando buys Shell assets - Financial Times (subscription)

Nigeria back-tracks on Nitel, seeks new investor - Reuters

FEC Approves New Mining Policy -

Former Coaches' Boss Wants Eagles' Job Advertised -

CBN Sacks 10 Over N400m Fraud -

Visafone Rolls Out in 12 States -

Yar'Adua Queries Ministers -

Imo Assembly Summons DG, Others on Sale of Expired Rice -

FG, Transcorp, Relinquish Shares -

Fifa Scores National Stadium Lagos Low -

Judgment On Tuesday -

US-Based Country Institute Applauds Yar'Adua -

The Elderly Drug Peddler -

Let Immunity Stay, But -

'Shell Has Great Roles in Nigeria's Development' -

Out of 5, FIFA Picks One! -

Presidency Queries Ministers Over NITEL, Electricity Tariff -

Eurofinance to Assist Treasury Market -

ANPP Forges Alliance With AC, MRDD -

PDP Convention - 'Obasanjo Should Be Neutral' -

Country Not Ripe for Total Removal of Immunity Clause ... -

Northern Region - Below the Horizon -

'No Plan to Hike Electricity Tariff' -

Presidential Election - Tribunal to Rule on Tuesday -

CNPP Calls for Judicial Panel of Inquiry -

Nigeria accuses oil delta rebel leader of crimes - Reuters

Vogts quits as Nigeria coach - ESPN

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Virgin Nigeria faces court fight to stay in Lagos terminal - Times Online

Npi Supports Yar'Adua's Policies -

Nigeria accuses oil delta rebel leader of crimes - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria will act on Fifa warnings - BBC News

Vogts Quits as Nigeria Coach - Moscow News

Our Business Dealings With Ibori Clean - Chevron -

PDP - Group Calls On Anyim, Others to Withdraw -

Ita-Giwa - I Didn't Use Bakassi to Secure Oil Block -

Ghana/Nigeria 2009 Officials Confers With Ghana 2008 LOC -

Yar'Adua's a Good Man Surrounded By Bad People - Akande -

Vogts Quits As Eagles' Coach, Slams NFA -

News blackout on Nigeria oil rebel raises tensions - Reuters South Africa

Sen. Mohammed - The Task of Good Representation -

Federal Character Principle - Who's the Culprit? -

Obasanjo Visits Giwa-Amu's Family -

National Stadium Shocks Fifa Inspectors -

Again, Audu Drags Idris to Court -

Nitel Sale Not Revoked, Says FG -

Finally, Vogts Quits On His Own! -

Yar'Adua, Beware of Experts! -

Henry Okah Latest - Presidency Denies Top Rebel's Death -

'Okigwe-Umuahia Road Now Death Trap' -

Oba Community Vows to Oppose Relocation of Airport -

Execution fears raise tension in Niger delta - Financial Times

Enugu Raises Panel On Varsity -

No Going Back On UNILORIN 49 - ASUU -

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Concerns over possible Opec cut - Malaysia Star

Berti Vogts quits after row with Nigeria's Lulu -

Nigeria deal in the offing: Russia's Gazprom - AFP

NITEL/MTEL- Ssactac Backs FG On Reversal -

US Shifts Ground On Africom -

Oil Retreats After Closing Above $100 - The Associated Press

Oil Declines After Record Close - Wall Street Journal

Vogts resigns as coach of Nigeria after clashes with soccer ... - The Canadian Press

Vogts resigns as coach of Nigeria after clashes with soccer ... - International Herald Tribune

Nigeria parliament passes 2008 budget, spending up - Reuters South Africa

Oil tops $100 US - Toronto Star

Nigeria/Ghana: Senate to Probe Eagles' Poor Showing in Ghana -

Security Issues in the Next Kogi Bye-Election -

Before PDP Does More Damage -

Gas Flaring - Senate Threatens to Shut Down Oil Wells -

A Festering Wound Called 'Unilorin 49' -

'Revoking Sale Will Adversely Affect Economic Reform ... -

Yar'Adua Gives 18-Month Deadline -

FIFA Considers Artificial Turf for Nigeria'09 -

Deserved Honour for Skilled Entrepreneur -

I Remain PDP's Candidate - Idris -

Oil Firms Seek Extension On Gas Flare Deadline -

'Shell Has Great Roles in Country's Development' -

Nigeria to triple power supply in 18 months - Africasia

Nigeria denies death of oil delta rebel leader - Reuters South Africa

NFA, Nfl Clash Again -

CDMA Ops Draw Battle Line With Dual-Sim Technology -

Knowledge is Making the Society Vulnerable to Cyber ... -

Country Surrenders Another Settlement to Niger Republic -

ATCON Rests Nicomm, Unveils Combit Expo -

Oil price hits all-time high -

Ibru - I'm Being Persecuted, Says Bamaiyi -

Transcorp Endorsed Reversal of Nitel Sale - FG -

N444 Billion for Niger Delta Security, a Waste - Dafinone -

Yar'Adua - We Must Hit 6000mw Next Year -

OIL FUTURES: Nymex Crude Above $99/Bbl On Nigeria Jitters -

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Solar motors powering crops in Nigeria - ABC Online

Oil prices surge, near $98 per barrel - Daily Times

Fear lifts oil above $100 again - Globe and Mail

Nigeria denies death of rebel leader - Independent Online

Nigeria official denies MEND leader killed in custody - AFP

Chevron can't halt Nigeria gas flaring this year - Reuters

Oil Jumps Above $100 on Refinery Outage - The Associated Press

UPDATE 1-Chevron sees Nigeria Agbami oilfield online in 08 - Reuters

MEND leader reportedly killed, Nigeria armed group says - AFP

Expectation As House Probes Police Equipment Fund -

PDP Dep National Chairmanship - Sambawa Joins Race -

Nigeria vows to triple power generation in 18 months - Reuters

SEC Cautions on Wonder Banks -

Sunshine, Akwa Utd to Pay N4m Fine -

Shell repairs Nigeria pipeline - AFP

Nigeria's Yar'Adua Orders Increase Power Generation Capacity - Bloomberg

Agenda for the New Envoys -

Ghana's Ingratitude -

Shell says southern Nigeria pipeline repaired - AFP

Ogbeha, Baraje Jolt Kwara - Kogi Bond -

Strike - No Work, No Pay, FG Tells ASUU -

Uche Omo Writes His Last Judgment -

I'm the Compromise Candidate - Ogbuewu -

Yar'Adua - Only Credible Elections'll Guarantee Peace -

Transcorp Soft-Pedals, May Ask for $750m Refund -

Army Mourns as Brig. Gen Giwa Amu Dies in Auto Crash -

E-Business And the New Economy -

Sambawa Submits PDP Deputy National Chairmanship Form -

The Imperative of National Health Bill -

Humiliation of CBN -

Yar'Adua's German Visitors -

Is PPA Beacon of Country's Democracy? -

Amokachi Lists Self, Keshi, Westerhof -

Vodacom, Telkom, 3 Others Bid for Nitel -

Monday, February 18, 2008

Making Villages Hygienic, One By One -

'I Have No Primary Education But Can Read And Write in 7 ... -

Indonesian President to Visit Country -

Naccima Seeks Closer Trade Ties With Finland -

Mubadala Hires Ex-MTS CEO, Gets '0809' Numbers -

Nigerian Militants Ask for US Mediation - The Associated Press

Naicom - Time to Redefine Perception -

Danger Looms Over 'Nigeria 2009' -

Yar'Adua and the Nigerian Project -

What the Election Tribunal Judgments Say -

Anti-Corruption - a Manual for Yar'Adua's Administration -

Super Eagles Or Super Fowls? -

One Reversal Too Many -

Intervene in Nigeria, Bush urged - BBC News

When Teachers Seek Divine Touch -

For Motorola, More Than an Eye On Country -

Lulu Describes Adamu As Father of Sports -

60 Percent of Varsity Graduates Unemployable, Says Soludo -

Lecturers Shut Down Universities -

Africa is Back On Track - De Villepin -

Reflections - Reading the News -

Yar'Adua, Obasanjo And the PDP Convention -

Transcorp Laments Reversal of Nitel Sale -

Nyako Laments Closure of Business Enterprises -

Nigeria cancels sale of telecom firm to Obasanjo-backed group - AFP

Democracy - For Them, By Them, And Only for Them -

FC Complementary And Alternative Medicine Holds Seminar -

NCC Sabotages NigComSat - Arewa Youth -

Why Govt Reversed Sale of NITEL/MTEL -

Idris Kickstarts Campaign -

Let Us Go Back to Firewood -

KSA Challenges Soludo - Spraying is Our Culture, You Can ... -

Heineken Consumers Set for Champions League Fun -

Lagos Night Fire Razes 3 Factories, Mile 12 Market -

Removal of Immunity Clause Dangerous, Lawyers Warn -

Before We Crucify the Eagles -

ANALYSIS-Nigeria attacks may rise but oil firms stay put - Reuters UK

Uganda: Vogts Has No Place in Modern Football -

NASS Orders Issuance of Due Process Certificates on ... -

Maitama Sule, Adedibu, Dabiri-Erewa Eulogise Tos Benson -

PDP Chairmanship - S-East MPs Opt for Consensus Candidate -

EFCC Slams Fresh 124 Count Charge Against Nnamani -

NITEL - Transcorp May Sue FG -

Soludo Laments Poverty Level in Nigeria -

Nigeria earns N1.36trn from crude oil in 2 months - Vanguard

Schools Lament Over Fate of Championship! -

FG Reverses Sale of Nitel -

Nigeria's Niger Delta Militants Sent Bush an Open Letter - Voice of America

World oil prices higher in Asian trade -

Six sharia convicts await stoning death in Nigeria - Canada Free Press

Sunday, February 17, 2008

For Motorola, more than an eye on Nigeria - Vanguard

Rich African states 'squander their wealth' as children die - Independent

Past leaders responsible for high poverty rate in Nigeria - Ihonvbere - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria Air Force, committed to safe air - CAS - Nigerian Tribune

Poverty still high in Nigeria - IMF - Nigerian Tribune

50 years later, 'Things Fall Apart' is still required reading - The Canadian Press

Nigerian militants ask Bush to mediate peace talks - Reuters UK

African countries set up energy cooperation body - Reuters South Africa

a different side of herself - Boston Globe

Il testo della lettera indirizzata a Bush dal Mend - Corriere della Sera

Essien Snubs Arsenal Rumours -

Nigeria economic prospects strong, IMF says - Business Day

UPDATE 1-Nigeria reverses privatisation of Nitel - Reuters

Nigeria beat Banyana - SABC News

In Africa, she explores a different side of herself - Boston Globe

cross-dressers face sharia court - World War 4 Report

‘Why we organise business missions to Germany' - Vanguard

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Why Politicians Polarise Nigeria, By Sultan - This Day (subscription)

Before we crucify the Eagles - Vanguard

Angola extradites oil militants to Nigeria - PRESS TV

Oil surges as platinum strikes record high - Daily Times

MEND accuses Nigeria, Angola of illegal extradition of Henry Okah - Nigerian Tribune

Seasoned negotiator proposed to join talks - Daily Nation

Nigeria Loses N53b to Pipeline Vandalisation - This Day (subscription)

Angola extradites MEND leader, associate to Nigeria - Afrique en ligne

KNSG Embraces Nepad, Aprem Policies -

Eggers, Adiche pen novels on plights in Sudan, Biafra - Houston Chronicle

Nigeria loses US$ 428 million to pipeline vandalism - Afrique en ligne

Nigeria to build mega filling stations in Ghana, Togo and Benin to ... - Afrique en ligne

IMF Gives Nigeria’s Economy Thumbs Up - This Day (subscription)

Soludo laments poverty level in Nigeria - Vanguard

Mercator provides frequent flyer system to Virgin Nigeria -

Transcript of a Conference Call on Nigeria 2007 Article IV ... - Organisation de la Presse Africaine (Communiqués de presse)

UPDATE 1-Nigeria economic prospects strong, IMF says - Reuters

'Cross-dressers' in Nigeria court - BBC News

Six sharia convicts await stoning death in Nigeria - Reuters South Africa

First Lady in Brazzaville for Peace Mission -

Nigeria economic prospects strong, IMF says - Guardian Unlimited

Friday, February 15, 2008

March Convention, Litmus Test for PDP -Bankole -

Three New Ambassadors Present Credentials -

Angola extradites suspected militants to Nigeria - Africasia

Unused hospital razed in Nigeria - BBC News

NNPC Can Source Fund From Capital Market - Yar'Adua -

2007 Elections And Elite Conspiracy -

The Deconstruction of Rights Commission -

MM2 Relocation - Virgin Nigeria is Not to Blame -

NLC Crisis - Mark Sues for Dialogue -

Tos Benson - Fashola, Osoba, Others Pay Tribute -

Presidential Fiat in Kogi State -

Mark, Kutigi, Sultan, Others Get National Honours -

Effort to Spruce Country's Image -

Return of Slavery to Country? -

Kogi - FG May Deploy Soldiers for Guber Poll -

FG Releases N17.6m for Eradication of Obsolete Pesticides -

New MD - 2 Groups Emerge in First Bank -

Secret Executions, Shocking -

Arik Air Moves Operations to Old Domestic Terminal -

'NNPC/JVC Interested in Capital Market ' -

Mark Urges End to Gas Flaring -

Maritime Sector Indispensable to Revenue Projections - Nimasa -

Go Academy Partners With Film Corporation On Visual ... -

MMA2 Management Faults Virgin Nigeria -

CBN Honours Etranzact -

Abuja Technology Village Will Become a Reality - FCT Minister -

Militants Go Wild, Send Family Packing -

FG Eulogises TOS Benson -

INEC Fixes March 29 for Kogi Guber Poll -

Yar'Adua and Challenges of Fixing the Country -

UK, Echitab to Build Anti-Venom Plant in Gombe -

Katsina State University - As It Clocks One Year -

Modibbo and FCT Health Sector -

Robbers Snatch N22 Million -

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Shell's plan to cut Nigeria costs on hold - Financial Times

Ugandan Referees For Ghana-Nigeria Clash -

Nigeria to build three gas plants: minister - Africasia

Nigeria repatriates 44 Chadian refugees - Africasia

Judicial Workers Call Off Strike -

Implementing the Budget as Passed? -

ANALYSIS-High stakes, hard road ahead for Nigeria gas plans - Reuters UK

FEC Approves First Gas Infrastructure Blue-Print -

Yar'Adua Flags Off Golf -

N7.74bn Deducted From LGs' Account -

Call Kogi Acting Gov to Order - ANPP -

Time to Dis-Virgin Nigeria -

Nigeria/Ghana: Nigeria and Ghana 2008 -

Tos Benson Dies At 90 -

Citizens Committed to Democracy - Fashola -

I Gave PDP Its First National Office - Okorocha -

Crude Oil Contracts - Nwuche Flays Marginalisation of N'Delta -

Nigeria/Ghana: Back From Ghana -

Oil Export Suffers Setback -

Atiku's Court Battle Enters a Denouement -

Domestic Gas Supply to Rise By 100 Percent in 2008 -

Judicial Strike - Factions Emerge Among Kano Judicial Workers -

SEC Freezes Central Securities Accounts of Cadbury's ... -

Passengers At a Loss Over Bi-Courtney, Virgin Nigeria Row -

Opportunities Abound in Niger Delta -Uduaghan -

Oshiomhole Backs Call for Obasanjo's Probe -

Lulu Apologises to Nigerians -

Shell suspends Nigeria restructuring -

Sharia in England? -

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Troubled Delta Steel . . . Any End to the Controversy? -

Crime - Police New Offensive On Foreign Nationals -

Remembering Murtala Muhammed -

Tribunal Upholds Doma's Election -

Devt Impact - World Bank to Assist N'delta -

The Other Side of the Country -

Ibori - Does Granting Bail Last Forever? -

Country Ready to Receive Fifa -

Francis Ajuonuma -

Ghana 2008 Flop -

Capacity Building - Britain to Partner Country -

Firstbank's Market Capitalisation Hits N1tr Mark -

$10 Billion and the Energy Question -

Gombe Boss Blasts 'Unserious' NFA -

World Economy - When America Sneezes (II) -

11 Banks to Raise $1 Billion Capital Base By Month End - CBN -

NFA Begs Nigerians Over Ghana 2008, Vogts -

Senators Call for Effective Budget Implementation -

Shell Nigeria suspends restructuring for government talks - Reuters South Africa

The Many Self-Contradictions of Akinjide -

Buhari - Nigeria'll Not Be Stable Unless -

'We 'll Defeat PDP This Time' -

Abuja - Murtala's Promised Land -

48 Hours Clearance of Goods at Ports Commences Soon -

Kebbi Governor Entrenches Rule of Law in PDP -

When Will Things Begin to Work in Our Country -

Vogts' Sack - NFA Will Follow Due Process - Lulu -

Football Coaches Association Supports Indigenous Colleagues -

Niger Govt Sets Up Committee On Judicial Staff Salary -

Is Due Process Long Overdue? -

Yar'Adua to Reduce Poverty Below 20 Percent By 2015 -

Multinationals Inject $400m Into Banks -

PDP Convention - Ciroma Absent at Planning Meeting -

Reps Indict Oil Companies Over Pollution -

Yar'Adua And Rule of Law -

Bayelsa PDP Divided Over Dudafa's Adoption -

N-Assembly Passes Budget 2008 -

Osun AC Raises Alarm Over Mass Burial at LTH -

100 Yrs Behind S/Africa, Namibia - Ohakim -

Senate - Setting a Mark for Leadership -

Govt Agencies Battle It Out -

WHO, Global Partners Move Against Illicit Tobacco Trade -

Mobile Phones Narrow Poverty Gap in Emerging Markets - UN ... -

Globacom Washes Hands of Berti Vogts -

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Minister Accuses Virgin Nigeria of Blackmailing FG -

Nigeria parliament ups spending sharply in budget - Reuters South Africa

Siemens Pledges Cooperation Over Probe -

7-Point Agenda to Fast-Track Nigeria's Devt -VP -

What Prospect for Gusau Cargo Airport? -

419 Lawmakers - the Unanswered Questions -

PDP Chair - Iroche Seeks Mini-Zonal Convention -

Udiciary Workers' Strike Takes Toll On Litigants, Prison ... -

Nigeria admits Nitel sale failed, seeks investors - Guardian Unlimited

Nigeria orders Shell to stop restructuring amid job loss fears - AFP

Jonathan Says Govt Not Afraid of Looking Into the Past -

Energy - Ajumogobia Assures of Greater Service Delivery -

Borno Builds Permanent Refugee Camp -

Burden of Proof And Senator Nuhu Aliyu's Frustration -

Two Nigeria ex-governors on graft charges granted bail: courts - AFP

Bankole - a Speaker as a Stabilising Brand -

Election Matters - AC Versus PDP -

Vogts is Not Our Problem - Ex-Super Eagles Player -

Country, Zik And Debt of Justice -

'Our Grouse With FG Over Lagos Land' -

Oil sector gulped $39.2bn in 8 years -Ajumogobia - Business Day

Obasanjo's Unfit to Chair PDP's Trustees - Balogun -

Two Nigeria ex-governors on graft charges granted bail: courts - Africasia

Before the APRM Verdict -

What Every Organisation Should Know About AUPs -

Aluminium - Ascon to Begin Production Soon -

2007 Polls - Itsekure Blames Iwu, Politicians -

Motorola Invents Wind, Solar-Powered Base Stations -

Edo PDP Sets Up 10-Man Congress Committee -

Nobody Fired, Nobody Resigned -

Yar'Adua Halts Dollar Payments to States -

Monday, February 11, 2008

Why Bankole Must Summon Obasanjo -

Nigeria says Siemens to cooperate in bribe probe - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria wants oil companies to pay compensation for degradation - AFP

Pray for Country, VP Urges Pilgrims -

Oliseh Steps Up Moves to Replace Vogts -

Parties Canvass 7-Yr Single Term for President, Govs -

Reflections - Gambari's Nation-Building Challenges -

My Heart Bleeds for Obasanjo -

Armed Bandits Accompany Chadian Refugees - Mark -

Resign Now, Singabele Tells Lulu -

Country's Democracy Breeds Corruption - Belgore -

Country Goes On Trial -

UPDATE 1-MTN says cut its stake in MTN Nigeria to 76.08 pct - Reuters

Me, Third Term Hero? I Was Only the Umpire-Ken Nnamani -

Gunmen attack Naval escort boat in southern Nigeria, killing one ... - International Herald Tribune

Enough of Undemocratic Tendencies in the PDP -

Why Nass is Yet to Pass 2008 Budget - Deputy Speaker -

A Soyinka Symposium in Carbondale -

The Ten Commandments -

Sky Bank Eyes Power Sector -

Senate Orders Immediate Privatisation of SAHCOL -

Edo Okays N120m for Poilce APC -

Anti-Graft Agencies Get Joint Task Force On Assets ... -

NCC Bans Promos On Mobile Networks -

Bayo Ligali Joins Celtel Nigeria Board -

Aiyegbeni in Everton Trouble -

RMAFC and Dollar -

Tribunals Must Not Play to Gallery! -

Belgore Blames High Rate of Corruption On Presidential System -

Eurochem Nigeria to produce 1.3 MMT of ethylene & propylene -

UPDATE 1-Oil climbs above $92 on Venezuela threat, N.Sea outages - Reuters UK

CITN Holds Enugu Zonal Training -

Blackout to Worsen as Power Generation Drops -

Nigeria's Oil-Export Reliability at Risk - Wall Street Journal

Oil climbs $92 on Venezuela threat, N.Sea outages - Reuters South Africa

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Lent: Akinola, Iweha, others urge submission to God - The Tide

In pictures: Nigeria's repairmen - BBC News

Nigeria Goes On Trial - Vanguard

Nigeria dispatches team to Chad - Earthtimes

$805mn passes through Nigeria’s international payment system - Business Day

Oil Rises a Third Day on North Sea, Nigeria Output Reduction - Bloomberg

Nigeria leads major global equity markets in returns on investment - Business Day

Nigeria to impose duties to stem influx of junk PCs - Daily Times

The monopoly continues - Nigerian Tribune

African babies being sold into slavery in UK for up to $10000 - East African

Sunday Magazine - Nigerian Tribune

The Atlantic on Nigeria's Religious Wars -

Photo: Sun News Publishing - Daily Sun


'PTDF Probe On Course' -

Oil May Fall as US Supplies Increase, Survey Shows (Update1) - Bloomberg

Obasanjo is My Leader, Says Yar'Adua -

Iwu Can't Conduct Fresh Polls -Yadudu, Balarabe, Rimi, Others -

Saturday, February 09, 2008

Nigeria plans $20bn spend on energy - Gulf Times

Nigeria’s Entrepreneur of the Year is… - This Day (subscription)

Gunmen kidnap ex university don in Nigeria - Afrique en ligne

Cholera epidemic hits Delta - African Path

MTN Nigeria announces 3.5G by Olusola Oyewola - Mobile Africa

Riot over anti-Moslem leaflet leaves at least two dead in Nigeria - Earthtimes

Police Expel 26 Recruits with HIV/AIDS - African Path

Yakubu's future is in the balance after going AWOL -

Bauchi - Polio Immunization Suffers Setback -

NNPC, Shell Disagree Over Downsizing -

IMF Boss to Visit Country -

Country Loses N219b Yearly On Tinapa -

Yakubu faces wrath of Moyes after late return from Africa - AFP

Nigeria/Ghana: Funeral Announcement - Super Eagles is Dead -

Nigeria pledges support to IFAD - AfricaNews

I Wont Probe Dariye---Jang -

Senate Asks Yar'Adua to Sever Relations With Sit-Tight ... -

Celtel Nigeria to invest USD 1 billion to improve network - Telecom Paper (subscription)

International Maritime Organisation prepares Nigeria report - Africasia

Friday, February 08, 2008

Oil shoots toward $92 on supply snags, US chill - Reuters India

Nigeria - Illusion of Greatness -

Declare Nigeria a "war zone", says world ship union - Guardian Unlimited

Oil prices rally on supply fears - AFP

Oil Futures Jump on Supply Concerns - The Associated Press

Oil Futures Pass $89 a Barrel - Wall Street Journal

Soccer-Everton drop late-returning Nigeria striker Yakubu -

Oil Prices Climb - The Associated Press

Sever Ties With Sit-Tight Leaders -

When Charity Begins From Liberia -

Oil Rises on Speculation US Stimulus Plan May Boost Demand - Bloomberg

Uba Launches Europe Affiliate -

Nigeria/Ghana: Vogts Denies Eagles Adenuga's $1m Boost -

Pilgrims' Outstanding Luggage to Be Airlifted February 13 ... -

Business Booms at Viewing Centres -

UN Lauds Police Over Peacekeeping Mission -

Nigeria's Fidelity Bank 6-month profit triples - Reuters

We Are Determined to Clean PDP of Evil Men - Sen. Adeyemi -

Nigeria adopts new gas policy to favour domestic users - AFP

Senate Wades Into NPA, FCTA Face-Off -

Police Killing Fields -

FG Shuns Judiciary Workers -

Protect Citizens From Chad's Crisis - Senate Tells Yar'Adua -

Virgin, Arik - Ministry of Justice Issues Directive -

NDIC Commences Deposit Insurance for Micro Banks -

Nigeria adopts new gas policy to favour domestic users - Africasia

Police Fund - Corruption Unlimited -

As the Curtain Falls -

I'm Still Eagles Coach - Vogts -

Poor Funding Stalls Abuja Railway Project - Modibbo -

RTEAN Not Factionalised in FCT - Chairman -

Nigeria anxious over crisis in Chad - Africasia

Again, Foreign Firms Corner Juicy Crude Oil Contracts -

Yakubu goes awol while Egypt cruise to decider against Lions - Guardian Unlimited

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Mikel shocked by Nigeria's failure to reach semi-finals - Independent

Reps'll Not Accept Aliyu's Apology - Deputy Speaker -

Moulders of Tourism -

FG, Virgin Nigeria On War Path -

England Mikel Still Fuming Over Nigeria's Cup Exit -

Ghana 2008: Nations Cup diary - BBC Sport

No Pilgrim Stranded in Saudi Arabia -Nahcom -

Nigeria's Shut-In Oil Production Seen Hitting 1 Million B/D -

President Yar'Adua Approves New Gas Policy -

Nigeria to impose import duties to stem influx of junk PCs - AFP

Poor Oil Spill Clean-Up Methods Affect Niger Delta ... -

Nigeria approves new rules for natural gas - Reuters UK

JK Randle Denies Fraud Allegation -

Obama Excites America -

Oil prices stable amid Nigeria supply concerns - AFP

'We Must Build Capacity for ICT to Develop' -

AfriHUB Takes Giant Leap in National Devt -

Federal Govt As a Pimp -

Obasanjo Wasted $16bn On Power - Bankole -

Celtel Announces Board Changes -

Senator Nuhu Aliyu And the Senatorial 419ners -

FG Bans Importation of Second-Hand Computers -

Shell declares force majeure in Nigeria after sabotage - AFP

Nigeria/Ghana: 'We've Learnt From Eagles' Exit' -

Nigeria abductors demand ransom for politician's wife: family - AFP

Oil Rises as Shell Says Nigeria Shut-In to Last Through March - Bloomberg

Global Sales of Counterfeit Drugs Hit $32bn -

Police Parade Nitel Auditor Over Theft -

No Pilgrim Stranded in Saudi Arabia - NAHCOM -

Poor Service Quality - Senate Traces Solution to Nitel -

Power Sector - Obasanjo Spent $16bn, Not $10bn - Bankole -

UPDATE 1-Shell says 130000 bpd halted due to Nigeria leaks - Reuters

African Nations Cup Essien To Play In Defense Against Cameroon? -

Kogi Speaker Sworn in as Acting Governor -

Nigeria determined to fix image problem - Africasia

Haphazard Cameroon stand in the way of Black Stars and destiny - Guardian Unlimited

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Muntari has eyes on the prize - The Press Association

Nigeria to curb imports of "toxic" old computers - Reuters South Africa

Shell confirms force majeure on some Nigeria exports - Reuters

Refugees Fleeing Rebellion in Chad Arrive in Northern Nigeria - Voice of America

Govt Welcomes APRM-CRT, Pledges Cooperation -

NAN MD Denies Report On Yar'Adua -

Hundreds of Chadian refugees crossing into Nigeria, Red Cross says - The Canadian Press

Nigeria finally falls down flat - ESPN

Keshi keen on Nigeria position - BBC News

Thousands of Chadian refugees flee to Nigeria - Reuters South Africa

SOCCER | AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS Final four promise exciting contests - International Herald Tribune

Nigeria FA silent on Vogts future - BBC News

US Reaffirms Faith in Country -

Humanitarian Crisis Looms as Chadian Refugees Arrive At ... -

Nigeria/Ghana: Eagles' Defeat - FG Denies Attack on Ghanaians -

Players Arrive -

The Burden of Good Governance -

Keshi May Be New Eagles' Coach -

Effectiveness of Town And Country Planning Laws in a ... -

Consumers Eulogise NCC, Chide Operators At Telecoms ... -

Nigeria/Ghana: Man, 36, Dies Watching Match -

Yar'Adua Assures On Peer Review Mechanism -

Appraising the Micro-Finance Policy (1) -

New Song of Sun On April Elections -

Confusion, As NFA Deny Vogts' Dismissal -

Nigeria to disburse part of huge oil savings in Feb - Reuters South Africa

Milo Winner to Represent Nigeria At World Tourney -

English smiles in Nigeria loss - Electric New Paper

Ghana/Nigerians are not heckling Citizens-Foreign Affairs ... -

Nigeria tribunal hears final arguments on election - Reuters South Africa

Vogts Remains in Charge -

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

CORRECTION Pfizer employees in Nigeria court on fatal drug trial ... - Forbes

Judicial Officers' Demands Unrealistic - Kutigi -

Oil prices dive beneath 90 dollars a barrel - AFP

Strike Shuts Down Courts -

The New Year And Our Uncertain Future -

What Its Takes to Die for Country -

We Failed to Take Advantage of 10-Man Ghana -

Vogts to Get Sack Letter Today -

Nigeria scraps Shell's oil bonus scheme - Times Online

Softly, Softly, EK Clark -

YSFON Tasks NSC, NFA On Nigeria 2009 -

Probe the Bigger Thief Obasanjo Now, Kalu Urges Yar'Adua ... -

Customs Impound Container Load of Expired Drugs, Arrests 2 -

A Merciless Gas Price Squeeze -

Wingless Eagles in All of Us -

So, Did Iwu Perjure Himself? -

Ghana/Ghanaians Celebrate Black Stars Victory in Grand Style -

Lawmakers Seek Gender-Based Affirmative Action -

Why EFCC May Not Investigate '419' Senators -

'I Will Transform Chanchaga If ' -

MEND claims attack that killed 3 soldiers - Afrique en ligne

Kogi Polls - Appeal Court Gives Final Judgement Tomorrow -

Daggash Decries State of Economy -

JTF, Rahi, Plan Free Medicare for Warri Citizens -

Ogunsua Prostrates to Ooni Ife -

FG, States Share $4.017bn Excess Crude Funds -

Youths Ask Shell to Replace Burst Generator -

Court Workers' Strike Stalls Ibori's Bail Bid -

Nigeria's German coach admits tactical blunder - Xinhua

Providence Resources says drilling commences at AJE 4 well ... -

Court Strike Stalls Buhari, Atiku's Cases -

Yar'Adua, Obasanjo Shop for Consensus Chairmanship ... -

Oliseh drops Nigeria coach hint - BBC Sport

Monday, February 04, 2008

Kidnapping - Lesson From Bayelsa -

Bankole Condoles Ogun SSG's Family -

Pfizer employees in Nigeria court over fatal drug trials; case to ... - Forbes

Deadly Sectarian Riot Over Alleged Blasphemy -

That Clark's Blanket Condemnation -

Nigeria are no longer powerhouse, says Odemwingie - Reuters UK

Telecom - Lawmakers As Alternate Regulator -

Police - Solving the Question of Corruption, Criminality -

We're Tackling Piracy and Robbery on Our Waterways ... -

'National Assembly Must Probe '419' Allegation' -

Affront On the Legislature -

No Election in 29 States, Says Buhari -

We Made Two Costly Mistakes - Vogts -

Nigeria/Tunisia: Tunisia Dependable As Ever at the Nations Cup -

Ten-Man Ghana Seal Historic Nigeria Win Ghana 2 - 1 Nigeria -

ITF - A Fund Constrained By Under-Funding -

When Tivs And Jukuns United for Dodo -

Nigeria/Ghana: Ghana Must Go Today -

Kenya: Country Learnt Vote Rigging From Nigeria - Watchdog -

Let's Respect Adamu -

One killed, dozens injured in Nigeria violence - Hindustan Times

Embrace Rule of Law, Yar'Adua Urges African Leaders -

A Country of 419ers Indeed -

Gunmen battle Nigeria troops in oil-rich south, leaving three ... - International Herald Tribune

Vogts Offends Citizens -

Can the Eagles Peek the Stars Todays? -

Vogts woe as Agogo stuns Nigeria - Scotsman

N104.3m Fraud - EFCC Investigates Museums' Commission -

IOC Charged to Harmonise Policy With FG's Agenda -

Meet Ayodele Akindipe, Registrar, Federal College of Compleme -

Ministry to Educate Public On Mineral Exploration -

NIW to Train 4000 Niger Delta Youths -

Ghana/Black Stars Qualify for Semifinals -

Ambassadors Get Postings -

Sunday, February 03, 2008

Nigeria in Dire Need of Redemption, Says Onaiyekan - This Day (subscription)

PDP, threat to Nigeria’s democracy – AC - Daily Sun

LIVE UPDATE: Ghana 2 - 1 Nigeria - Modern Ghana

Ghana face tough test against Nigeria - Reuters UK

Nigeria exit good news for English if not Berti Vogts - Times Online

WRAPUP 1-Soccer-Nations-Ghana oust Nigeria, I.Coast hit five -

Nigeria's Eagles crash in Accra - Xinhua

Ghana oust Nigeria, I.Coast hit five - Guardian Unlimited

Gunmen battle Nigeria troops in oil-rich south - Malaysia Star

Ghana show Nigeria class: Make push towards finals - Joy Online

Nigeria’s foreign reserves rise to all-time high of $54.22bn - Business Day

Soccer-Nations-Ghana face tough test against Nigeria -

Ten-Man Ghana Seal Historic Nigeria Win -

Ghana knock out Nigeria -

Ghana/Black Stars Shoot Down Super Eagles in Thriller -

GHANA 2008 : Ten man Ghana triumph 2-1 over Nigeria to reach Semi ... - ClickAfrique

Ghana beat Nigeria to land semi's place - Ghana Football Association

SOCCER | AFRICAN CUP OF NATIONS 10-man Ghana defeats Nigeria 2-1 - International Herald Tribune

Africa's rain forests falling fast - Denver Post

Ghana v Nigeria - The Observer Blog

Nigeria, Ghana Face Off in African Cup of Nations - Voice of America

CAN 2008 Preview: Ghana - Nigeria -

Nigeria on alert as conflict rages in Chad - Independent Online

Algerian referee handles Ghana-Nigeria match - Joy Online

Ghana v Nigeria preview - SkySports

Nigeria aim to eliminate hosts from African football tournament - AFP

Michael Essien's Ghana play follow the leader to Cup of Nations glory - Times Online

Football: Nigeria prepares adequately for Ghana, perfects penalty ... - Afrique en ligne

Filipinos still run Nigeria risk - Safety at Sea

Chad: FG Puts Army On Alert Over Chadian Crisis -

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Africa The Biggest Rivalry In Africa: Ghana v Nigeria -

Ghana face tough test against Nigeria - Guardian Unlimited

Nigeria showdown looms for Ghana's Essien -

Nigeria plot Ghana downfall -

SOCCER: Anxiety as Ghana face Nigeria - Daily Nation

Atiku to Court - Jail Iwu Now -

Storm brewing as regional rivals clash in Accra - AFP

Nigeria wants US protection of oil fields - PRESS TV

Rivals Ghana and Nigeria to meet in African Cup quarter-finals - The Canadian Press

Ghana v Nigeria - BBC News

Benouza named for Ghana-Nigeria game - Ghana Football Association

Rain Forests Fall at 'Alarming' Rate - The Associated Press

Rivals Ghana, Nigeria meet in African Cup quarterfinals; Premier ... - International Herald Tribune

Ghana 'fired up' by Nigeria test -

Abedi Pele tips Ghana for victory - BBC News

Nigeria’s e-banking transactions is growing rapidly - Vanguard

Africa The Biggest Rivalry In Africa: Ghana vs. Nigeria -

Ghana v Nigeria - BBC Sport

Democracy, best for Nigeria – COAS - The Tide

'Lulu Blows the Whistle' -

Nigeria Special: Various artists - Times Online

Africa Nigeria Embroiled In Hotel Bill Row -

Nigeria/Ghana: Eagles Will Peck Stars, Ayegbeni Vows -

OPEC Shuns Calls to Hike Oil Output -

Nigeria/Ghana: Clash With Ghana Can Go Either Way -- Eguavoen -

Can Kanu Be Lucky Again? -

Nigeria plot Black Sunday for Ghana's Stars - Independent Online

Nigeria/Ghana: How Eagles Should Play Ghana -

Militants Attack Marine Firm in Rivers State -

Missing Out on the Real Excitement - New York Times

Friday, February 01, 2008

Soccer-Nations-Nigeria seek fifth successive semi-final spot -

'West turns blind eye to rights abuses among allies' - Radio Netherlands

Nigeria backs int'l force to protect offshore oil - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria seek revenge over Ghana - BBC News

19.2tr Cubic Feet of Gas Flared in Nigeria -Expert -

FG to Set Up Tourism Body for N'delta -

Delta Airlines to Promote Tourism -

Global Scansystem Plans N2.4bn Scanner for Seme Border -

Saraki Congratulates Eagles -

Nigeria/Mali: How We Neutralised Cote d'Ivoire, Mali Accord - Ojo-Oba -

Police Expel 26 Recruits With HIV/Aids -

My Exit'll Not Reduce Momentum At NAFDAC- Akunyili -

No Friction Between Yar' Adua And National Assembly ... -

Nigeria/Ghana: Mikel Predicts Tough Match -

'419' Legislators Et Al -

Yar'Adua - Iwu's Answers Weaken Atiku's Case -

Aviation in Country - Six Core Development Necessities -

As African Cup moves on, everything but surprises - International Herald Tribune

FG May Clampdown On Militants, Says Mark -

ANPP, AC Absent At Inaugural Inter-Party Parley -

Africa: Different Strategy Against Nigeria - Le Roy -

SERAP asks UN Meeting to Promote Transparency in the ... -

UK and US accused of hypocrisy over despots - Guardian Unlimited

'There's Great Indiscipline in the Administration of Justice' -

Reps Probe $10bn Power Spending, N50bn Police Fund -

419 Allegation Was Made in Bad Faith - Sen Ucha -

Nigeria/Ghana: Ghana Will Be Under Pressure - Vogts -

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Africom - US Never Wanted Military Base in Country -

Rivers to Ban Okada Operation -

Mark Warns Niger Delta Militants -

West 'failing to support democracy' -

United States The 3-5-2: Elephant Love -

Viva Methanol, Firm Partner to Convert Methanol to Olefin -

African Nations Cup Quarter-Finals Pit Nigeria Versus Ghana ... -

Reborn Nigeria has rival Ghana squarely in its sights -

Security problems force Shell to scale back in Nigeria - Guardian Unlimited

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