Google Nigerian News Archive for May 2008

Friday, May 30, 2008

Nigeria pleads for nationals sentenced to death in Indonesia - Africasia

Gunmen Injure Three in Ambush On Archbishop's Home -

Kano Pillars 'll Do Well Without Me - Ikhana -

Anti-Graft Agency Must Set the Standard for Transparency ... -

Ikhana Dedicates League Trophy to Shekarau, Fans -

South-East Assembly Asks Mend to Change Strategy -

FACTBOX-Nigeria's fast-expanding banking sector - Reuters UK

NFA Has No Statutory Power to Place Referees - NFL -

FG Renews Welfare Pledge to Citizens in South Africa -

Oil firms to divert more gas to Nigeria -president - Reuters India

Education, Training Maketh a Complete Soldier -

Boys to men start down long road - The Times

UK Recovers £40m for Country -

Love, Respect Your Country- Maduekwe -

State of Health - Yar'Adua Makes Full Disclosure -

At Boeing, Arik is a Prized Customer -

Energy rebounds TSX - Edmonton Sun

US - Country Yet to Improve Human Rights Record -

Africa: 'Continent Still Centrepiece of Nigeria's Foreign Policy' -

UK Recovers £40m for Country -

Yar'Adua's Chief of Staff, Mohammed, Resigns -

INEC, Political Will, and Politician -

Navy Not Well Funded - Minister -

UK to Return £40m Stolen Funds -

Nigeria/Angola: Angola/SA 2010 - Only 19 Eagles Train for Bafana ... -

Democracy Day - Celebration of Failures in Governance ... -

NYMEX crude dips on dollar strength, awaits data - Reuters India

Emergency in Power Sector Still Coming - Yar'Adua -

Nigeria urges caution, restraint' in Zimbabwe - Africasia

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Hot fuzz from Nigeria -

Nigeria not short of confidence - Independent Online

Bafana Bafana Plan to Keep it Tight -

How the cancer of corruption in Nigeria has denied Africa a super ... - Daily Nation

Plateau Connects LGs to Internet -

NUT Plans Nationwide Strike -

Nigeria will not retaliate over attacks in SAfrica: president - Africasia

Crude prices rise back above 130 dollars - Xinhua

We Are Not Putting the Best in Our Children - Ayewoh -

Britain Returns N37.5 Million Dariye Loot -

Ikhana May Rescind Threat to Quit -

Using ICT to Tackle Unemployment -

Nigeria power shortage to persist - BBC News

Partners Deutsche Welle -

Austria solid against Nigeria as Euros loom - Wiener Zeitung

Oil falls below $129 a barrel - The Associated Press

Oshiomhole Advises Citizens On Democratic Values -

The Questions On the Ground -

Amodu Expresses Satisfaction With Eagles,Ready for Bafana ... -

Ogba Warns Nfl Over Ikhana -

Nigerian voters' views - BBC News

Oil rebounds on Nigeria threat - Boston Globe

Riots - S'africa Govt Moves to Assist Victims -

All eyes on Santana as Bafana take on Nigeria in his first game - Dispatch Online

Oil falls below $131, dlr rise offsets Nigeria fears - Reuters South Africa

The Nigerian Rebel Who 'Taxes' Your Gasoline - TIME

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Modise might be sidelined - The Times

Nigerian group threatens attacks -

Oil Trades Above $130 After Morgan Stanley's Brent Oil Forecast - Bloomberg

US oil rebounds from early losses - Economic Times

Nigeria to press for compensation over attacks in S.Africa: minister - Africasia

Bafana eye solid win - The Times

President Yar'Adua Challenges African Countries to Bridge ... -

Oil rebounds on Nigeria threat, supply concerns - Ely Times

Nigerian forex reserves hit a new high of $62 bln - Reuters South Africa

South Africa: Bafana Can Expect a Hot Reception -

Rule of Law - How Has Yar'Adua Fared? -

Yar'Adua Reiterates Commitment to Child Welfare -

S. Africa denies Nigeria's compensation demand for xenophobia victims - Xinhua

Yar'Adua Has Done Well So Far - Amb Pindar -

INEC Has Stabilised Democracy in Country, Says Iwu -

2010 - I Can't Afford to Fail, Says Amodu -

Nigerian militants warn of attacks on oil installations - International Herald Tribune

I'll Work for Interest of Both Egyptians And Nigerians ... -

Nigeria Seeks Compensation For Xenophobic Attacks In South Africa - Voice of America

EFCC - Senate Drills Farida -

Nigeria to seek compensation for S.Africa violence - Reuters South Africa

Lagos Govt Rejects New Maritime Bill -

PDP Disowns Turaki Over Tenure Elongation -

Modise faces fitness test - The Times

Breach of Due Process - Senate Panel Clears Waziri -

Bad boy Benni blocking Bafana's build-up - Independent Online

Ikhana Out of Contract At Pillars -

Nigeria held in Austria - BBC News

JV Funding - NNPC Signs $3.1bn Pact With Shell -

UPDATE 1-Shell contains Nigeria oil spill, Bonny affected - Reuters

Sticking to IMF Policies And Poverty Are Enemies of ... -

Varsity Disputes Alleged Illegal Operation -

Benni McCarthy speaks out - Independent Online

Power - Senator Asks Yar'Adua to Declare State of Emergency -

South Africa: Riots - Nigeria to Demand Compensation -

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Davids ready for Abuja - The Times

Two oil pipelines explode in Nigeria's SW Ogun State - Xinhua

Oil retreats below $131 - Reuters UK

Sani Zamfara - Patriot Or Parrot? -

Celebrating Children's Day -

Senate May Confirm Farida Today -

NNPC, SPDC Sign $3.1 Billion Pact -

Mend Blows Up Shell Flow Station, Claims Killing 11 Soldiers -

Austria scores early, settles for 1-1 draw with Nigeria in friendly - The Canadian Press

NLC, CPP Condole Yar'Adua Over 46 Soldiers -

Ehindero Opens Up On N557 Million Arms Fund -

Soccer-Euro-Out of form Austria draw with Nigeria in Graz -

An Interesting Conversation With the President -

Nigeria oil state in $12 bln LNG deal with Centrica - Reuters India

Nigeria militants step up oil attacks - Christian Science Monitor

Bring Them Home -

Tenure Elongation, Not Northern Agenda - Senator -

Shell Says Nigerian Tax Change May Hamper Investment (Update3) - Bloomberg

N'delta - 'Master Plan 'll End Political Agitation' -

Even Communications Among Citizens is Disrupted -

Siasia - We Can Rule the World -

Amodu, Eagles Under Spotlight in Graz -

'Lagos Set to Be Next International Arbitration Centre' -

Oil rises back above $133/bbl following Nigerian pipeline attack - Forbes

Gold pulled higher by oil after Nigeria blow-up - Reuters

Erratic Fortunes for Health -

A Sad Day for Children -

Rule of Law - Cont'd From Pg 94 -

Democracy Has Brought Stability - President Yar'Adua -

Explosion At Oil Flow Station -

Nigerian rebel attacks push oil higher - Boston Globe

Oil trades above $133 in Asian trade -

Oil steady at $133, Nigeria sharpens supply fears -

Crude Oil Rises Above $133 on Nigeria Attacks, Asian Subsidies - Bloomberg

Gold pulled higher by oil after pipeline blow-up in Nigeria - Reuters India

Monday, May 26, 2008

South African Bank to Spend N58 Billion in Country And ... -

Brown under fire on fuel as Nigeria attack lifts oil price - Independent

UPDATE 1-Nigeria sees 175000 bpd shut-in restored soon - Reuters India

Oil Trades Near $133 a Barrel on Nigeria Attack, OPEC Output - Bloomberg

Attacks in Nigeria boost price of oil - Radio New Zealand

UPDATE:Nigeria NNPC Signs $3.1 Billion Oil-Financing Deal With Shell -

Nigeria Puts Polio Eradication at Risk - Voice of America

Nigerian militants claim to have destroyed oil pipeline - Chicago Tribune

Nigeria signs $3.1 bln funding deal with Shell - Reuters

Nigeria signs three-billion dollar oil finance deal with Shell - Africasia

UPDATE 1-Nigeria signs $3.1 bln funding deal with Shell - Reuters

A Case for Dubai Replication -

Music Icon, Sonny Okosun, Dies At 61 -

S/Africa - FG to Mount Pressure for Compensation -

Nigerian military confirms pipeline attack by militants - Xinhua

Starcomms Gets Royal Blessing at Benin Launch -

Exploring Servant Leadership -

Crude Oil Rises a Second Day on Nigeria Attack, OPEC Output - Bloomberg

'Ugochukwu Will Not Be Distracted' -

Glo League - Tears Flow in Ilorin, As Pillars Win -

Julius Berger Named in Bribe-for-Contract Scandal -

Dream Team Wins Intercontinental Cup -

Education Tops Govt's Agenda -Yar'Adua -

Oil near $133 on Nigeria, North Sea - Reuters India

Nigeria sees 175000 bpd shut-in restored soon - Reuters India

Oil rises to near US$133 a barrel - Toronto Star

Okiro, Unresolved Murders And Ethnic Cleansing -

Challenges Before NTA's New Boss -

And So Baba Iyabo Couldn't Save Iyabo -

Local Alleges Being Cheated By AU -

Militants claim attack on Shell pipeline in Nigeria - Africasia

Should Our Women Shut Up? -

Okosuns Loses Battle With Colon Cancer -

Uwais Committee - Disabled Seek Electoral Relevance -

Governor Fashola - Delivering Dividends of Intelligent ... -

Nigeria has enough coal to meet power shortfall: experts - Tehran Times

Lessons From Adesanya's Politics -

Crude Oil Rises a Second Day on Nigeria Attack, Mexico Output - Bloomberg

South Africa: Nigeria Dismayed By 'Unfriendly' Locals -

Militants attack Shell pipeline in Nigeria - AFP

Senate to Screen Waziri Tomorrow -

FG, States, LGs to Bear Cost of Fuel Subsidy -

2010 World Cup - South Africa Already Counting Days -

Nigeria/Kenya: Ogunjobi to Kanu - Please Quit Football Now -

Nigeria has enough coal to meet power shortfall - Tehran Times

Nigeria dismayed by ‘unfriendly’ South Africans - Business Day

South African Bank To Spend N58bn In Nigeria And 3 Others - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria Is A Transit, Recipient Country For Human Trafficking – - LeadershipNigeria

Questions for Arnold as Cup final nears - Sydney Morning Herald

Football / Inter-Continental Cup: Nigeria lift inaugural trophy - New Straits Times

Food crisis: Nigeria lacks strategic reserve - Experts - Nigerian Tribune

Sunday, May 25, 2008

S’African Bank to Spend N58bn in Nigeria, Ghana - This Day (subscription)

Olyroos Lose Final To Nigeria - Australian FourFourTwo

Fitch rates Nigeria higher, now BB - Business Day

Maltese oil worker kidnapped in Nigeria - Times of Malta

Nigerian woman gives birth to quadruplets - Edmonton Sun

Gay Bishops: Anglican Communion Sits On Keg Of Gun-powder - Virtue Online

Nigerian Leader Marks Difficult First Year - Voice of America

Nigeria ruling party wins two re-run elections - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria take Intercontinental crown - BBC News

Nigeria ruling party wins two re-run elections - Reuters UK

Bilfinger Berger under investigation on suspicion of bribery in ... - Forbes

Bilfinger Berger under investigation on suspicion of bribery in ... - Hemscott

Nigeria Outclass Australia to Take Intercontinental Cup - Bernama

Let’s drag Yar’Adua to the cafe - Nigerian Tribune

Malta in contact with Nigeria over kidnapped worker - government - Forbes

Malta in contact with Nigeria over kidna - Life Style Extra

Nigeria, 22 others to feature at Cuba’s cultural show - The Tide

As Budget Face-Off Deepens, Finance Minister Must Go - Reps -

Election petition against president dismissed - Global Voices Online

No Food Crisis in Nigeria - Ruma -

Nigeria has cause to thank God — Shekarau - Nigerian Tribune

No Food Crisis In Nigeria, Only Rising Cost – Ruma - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria Under President Yar'Adua - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria has enough coal to meet power shortfall: experts - Africasia

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Santana will have to hit the road running - The Times

Armed men ambush, disarm, peacekeepers in Darfur - Reuters South Africa

Chevron Nigeria joins peers in reducing gas flaring - Xinhua

Two foreign oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria - Reuters South Africa

Efforts continue to release oil worker snatched in Nigeria -

African Activists Launch Campaign Against Zimbabwe -

46 Dead Soldiers Get Heroic Burial -

Nigerians Shocked by South African Anti-Immigrant Violence - Voice of America

P – Square makes Nigeria proud in Ghana - The Tide

Privatisation, bane of Nigeria’s aviation sector –Expert - The Tide

Nigeria long term local currency IDR raised to 'BB', outlook ... - Forbes

Santana takes charge - Independent Online

Nigerian president returns home after 46 soldiers killed in crash - Tehran Times

Investors stake 9.50 billion naira on equities at ... - Afrique en ligne

German construction group alleged to pay Nigeria kickbacks - Monsters and

South Africa apologises as ex Nigerian first lady falls victim to ... -

Maltese worker kidnapped in Nigeria - MaltaMedia

Constitutional amendment: What we must do - Daily Sun

SA makes first apology for attacks on foreigners - Dispatch Online

Friday, May 23, 2008

Nigeria set up final showdown against Australia - Malaysia Star

UN chief slams attack against peacekeepers in Darfur - Xinhua

Two foreigners kidnapped in Nigeria's oil zone - Xinhua

Two foreign oil workers kidnapped in military - AFP

Two foreign oil workers kidnapped in military - Africasia

2 foreign oil-industry workers kidnapped in Nigeria - USA Today

Military: 2 foreign workers kidnapped in Nigeria - International Herald Tribune

S.Africa apologises in Nigeria for attacks on foreigners - Africasia

Kanu Gets Portsmouth New Contract Deal -

Two foreign oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria -police -


Polio returns to Benin; Nigeria under WHO pressure - Reuters India

Nigeria Shortlists 11 Advisers In Telecom Privatization -

As Sokoto Decides -

46 Soldiers Burnt to Death -

Who Funds Turai Yar'Adua's Office? -

Jersey Jinx Ruins Mikel -

Adamu Says Private Sector Management of Sports Disastrous -

Land of Opportunity for Standard -

Sokoto Gubernatorial Bye-Election - the Last Stand -

How 46 Soldiers Were Burnt to Death -

That Nigerians May Enjoy Interesting Times -

Siasia Issues Chile Warning -

As Adesanya Goes Home Today -

Govt Commissions Aba Common Facility Centre -

Nigeria to play South Africa in World Cup, Nations Cup qualifiers - CCTV

Electoral Reforms - Towards a Flawless Electoral Process ... -

Nigeria/Kenya: If Kanu Can, can't You? -

Reps in Rowdy Session Over Budget -

Cooler oil market could be temporary -

Rivers to Set Up Multi-Million Naira Cultural Centre -

Iyabo Obasanjo Resumes in Senate, Pledges to Be of Good ... -

Court Orders Bafarawa to Appear June 17 -

Court Summons EFCC Over Alamieyeseigha's Property -

Where Will the Pendulum Swing? -

46 Soldiers Perish in Auto Crash -

Senate - Iyabo Resumes, Pledges Good Behaviour -

Thursday, May 22, 2008

President Yar'Adua Describes Death of 46 Soldiers As ... -

Sticking to IMF policies and poverty; enemies of democracy in Nigeria - Daily Nation

Four killed in university clash in Nigeria - Xinhua

Nigeria Mourns 45 Soldiers Killed in Road Crash - Voice of America

Mayor of London Due for Bilateral Talks -

Nigeria foils attack on Shell crew in oil delta - Reuters

Bafana keep tabs on Nigeria -

Nigeria sees funding deals unlocking oil potential - Reuters

Nigeria's foreign debt below 3.7 bln dollars: official - Africasia

A Nation Without Revolutionaries -

Total Sees Peers Helping Nigeria NNPC Soon; Expects Repayment -

Road crash kills 45 Nigeria troops back from Darfur - Reuters South Africa

Wema Bank Divests Shares From Great Nigeria Insurance -

Citizens Still Welcome in S'Africa, Says Envoy -

EFCC Grounded -

FG Seeks UN Partnership to Resettle Bakassi People -

Bayelsa Peace Committee Parleys MEND Leader -

Nigeria demands $2bn oil arrears - BBC News

Senate Receives Bill to Improve Police Welfare -

Mark Tasks Committee, Adamu Shows Way Forward -

Iyabo Obasanjo Released on Bail -

'Yar'adua, a Child of Circumstance' -

We're Disenfranchised, Physically Challenged Tell Panel -

Mudiaga-Odje Backs Abia, Others Over Suit Against FG -

Francis John Ellah (1927-2008) -

Country Needs a Completely New Constitution, Says Falae -

Unions Kick Against Sale of Texaco to Foreign Firms -

Cameroun Seeks Economic Partnership With Country -

Panic in Ijegun Over Fresh Pipeline Fire -

Nigeria's 'servant president' marks a year of struggle - AFP

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Nigeria's 'servant president' marks a year of struggle - Africasia

Nigeria, Ireland make the semis - Malaysia Star

South Africa Killing Nigerians -

Santana names South Africa squad for qualifier against Nigeria - International Herald Tribune

Nigeria, South Africa officials discuss xenophobic attacks - AFP

Porous Border Aids Human Trafficking -

Mlambo-Ngcuka to travel to Nigeria - Independent Online

Agric - FG Targets 14 Percent Growth Rate - Ruma -

EFCC to Charge Iyabo for Money Laundering -

Agricultural Expenditures Are Exceedingly Low - IFPRI -

FG Orders Recovery of $2bn From Shell, Mobil -

'Alternative Energy'll Spur Economic Boom' -

Cannes' Competitive Edge - African Film Makers' Experience -

Yar'Adua's Long Walk to Economic Direction -

Yar'Adua Urged to Add Environment to Seven-Point Agenda -

Telehealth Takes Centre Stage at Cto 2008 Trade Expo -

A Telecom Sector in Full Bloom Butinfrastructure Mires Glory -

NASSI to Create Two Million Jobs -

Amodu at SPORTSHAQ -

Vandalism - FG Set to Hire N'Delta Militants -

Jimoh Knows Fate On Nicon Handover Friday -

Uduaghan Assures Foreign Investors On Security -

We Are Happy Yar'Adua is Now Fit and Able - AC -

Nigeria moves to tackle food crisis, maintains social stability - Xinhua

Yar'Adua Orders Shell, ExxonMobil to Refund N236bn -

Nigeria Confronts Shell, Exxon - Wall Street Journal

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

The Tyranny of the Rule of Law -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria seeks $1.9 bln arrears from Shell, Exxon - Reuters

Between Power Probe, Obasanjo And Abication of Resposibility -

Usan Project to Boost Oil Production By 180000 Barrels ... -

Ihejiahi, Fidelity Bank MD, Congratulates Kanu -

Nigeria demands $1.9 billion from Exxon, Shell - Houston Chronicle

2nd UPDATE: Nigeria Orders Recovery Of $1.9 Billion From Exxon Shell -

Re - Can Foreigners Own Land in Nigeria? -

Administration error means Joseph Yobo won't play for Nigeria at ... - The Canadian Press

Yar'Adua to Meet Mbeki Over Attack On Nigerians -

Nigeria faces goalkeeping crisis - AFP

Nigeria becomes world piracy 'hotspot' - AFP

CDHR, Serap Fault Waziri's Appointment -

Country Key to Afro-Asian Ties - VP -

Ecowas - Niger Delta Crisis, Threat to Regional Security -

Administration error means Joseph Yobo won't play for Nigeria at ... - International Herald Tribune

Yar'Adua - I'm Healthy Enough to Rule -

Nigeria becomes world piracy 'hotspot' - Africasia

Sultan Urges National Assembly On National Unity -

Equities Value on NSE Drops By 0.16 Percent -

Acergy wins $50 million subsea fabrication contract offshore Nigeria - Forbes

Why Darkness Envelops Country -

Senator Faces Graft Charge - New York Times

I'll Never Probe Obasanjo - Yar'Adua -

Detained filmmakers return to shine new light on Nigeria, injustice - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Nigeria's cocoa trees are ageing and so are the farmers - AFP

Monday, May 19, 2008

Senate body summons envoy to Nigeria over visa issue - Daily Times

Joseph Yobo will miss the Olympics after Nigeria's blunder - Times Online

UPDATE: Nigeria Signs $2 Billion Financing Deal With ExxonMobil Unit -

Nigeria signs two-billion dollar oil deal with Mobil - Africasia

Total Agrees To Deal To Help Nigeria's NNPC To Fund Joint Operations -

Kanu Makes Case for New Deal -

Court May Issue Bench Warrant On Iyabo Today -

Nigeria army clash with gunmen near Shell facility - Reuters

The Fire This Time -

Renaissance launches new Nigeria share indexes - Reuters South Africa

Country's Subscriber Base Hits 60 Million Mark -

The President's Chemical Reaction -

Why (Not) Kano State? -

NSE - Performance Indicators Down By 0.16 Percent -

Food Crisis And Restrictive Trade Practices -

The Jigsaw Finally Falls in Place -

Our Initiative Will Re-Brand the Legislature - Hon Eyiboh -

Ohakim's "It's Over" Declaration -

The Ken Nnamani Centre -

Leadership Makes the Difference -

Is There Hope for the Health Sector? -

Why Rice Importation is Inevitable -

CBN Chieftain Tasks Banks On Lending -

How True Federalism Can Save Nigeria From More Confusion ... -

Nigeria Got $12.5bn Fdi in 2007 -FG -

Mobil, Nigeria Akwa Ibom State Talk About Gas-Gasoline Plant -

Is the Civil War Over? -

Portsmouth and United plan Nigeria game - CNN International

You're Ungrateful, Ali Tells Gov Idris -

Rain, Rain Go Away for CBN Tennis -

Pastor Flogs Member to Death -

FAAN Restores Night Operations to PH -

Awujale Asks Nigerians to Forgive Babangida Over June 12 -

What is Really Missing? -

Nigeria's Financial System to Displace South Afirca's ... -

NICON, Nigeria Re saga is coming to an end — Fola Daniel - Vanguard

Regulation and subscription figures from Nigeria change mobile ... - Vanguard

Reps Probe Lagos Pipeline Fire -

Nigeria ministry registers 400 mining - SteelGuru

Yar'Adua - I'll Quit If I Lose At Supreme Court -

Nigeria stun Ireland with first-half goal blitz - Irish Independent

New Bafana Bafana coach jets in to cool reception - Dispatch Online

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Nigeria got $12.5bn FDI in 2007 —FG - Vanguard

Nigeria’s financial system to displace South Afirca’s — Soludo - Vanguard

Obasanjo’s daughter charged - African Echo

Nigeria, Niger Republic Seek Peaceful Relations - This Day (subscription)

Kanu enjoys the sweetest feeling -

Ghana to play Nigeria in CHAN final round - Modern Ghana

At last, Angola overtakes Nigeria in oil production - Business Day

Nigeria is second largest beer market at 14.0mn hectoliters, after ... - Business Day

Political rally ban in Nigeria - Africast

Yar'Adua - What Human Rights Agenda? -

Nigerian govt pledges compensation for pipeline tragedy - Africasia

15 die in Nigeria auto crash - Afrique en ligne

Fists a-flurry: Nigeria's distinctive boxing style - The Associated Press

Auto crash kills 15 in Nigeria's capital - Earthtimes (press release)

Nigeria says no to rice imports amid widespread hunger -

>>Telecoms: Nigeria’s Subscriber Base Hits 60m Mark - LeadershipNigeria

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Re: Education in Nigeria - Vanguard

‘Nigeria Ranks High in Maternal Mortality Rate’ - This Day (subscription)

Victor Politis: A Greek writing the story of Nigeria with photos - Vanguard

‘Likkul’ Bit of Sweden and a Touch of Nigeria, Too - New York Times

Nigeria's distinctive boxing style - International Herald Tribune

Nigerian security forces step up efforts to free hostages - AFP

Security, safety critical to Nigeria's aviation development —Chike ... - Vanguard

>>S/Africa Looks Forward To Working With Nigeria - LeadershipNigeria

World Hypertension Day: Sudden death on the prowl in Nigeria - Vanguard

Two years jail for baby fraudster - ABC Online

Sarkozy sends condolences after Nigeria pipeline tragedy - Africasia

Lagos Explosion - Village Sealed Off As Residents Flee -

Soccer-Kanu goal gives Portsmouth first FA Cup since 1939 -

Constitution Review Membership Divides House -

Pipeline Explosion - Death Toll Rises to 43 -

Textile Industry Gears Towards Success Of AGOA - (subscription)

Housing worker smuggled baby to get council flat -

Kanu tips Utaka to grab Pompey winner - ic Wales

Nigeria bans political rallies 72 hours to election day - Africasia

Red Cross says 100 dead after roadworks trigger pipeline explosion ... - Mister Info

Nigeria Steps Up Efforts To Release Kidnapped Oil Workers -

Varsities Lack Quality Lecturers - NUC -

Nigeria president says he'll quit if court invalidates vote - Africasia

Friday, May 16, 2008

Seattle filmmaker detained in Nigeria to speak at forum Monday - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Power is Nigeria's Priority, Says President Yar'Adua -

Angola Leapfrogs Nigeria As Africa's Largest Oil Producer - Forbes

Nigeria's state oil firm announces billion-dollar deal with ELF - Africasia

Emergency Rice Import Cancelled -

Nigeria and Total sign $1 billion oil deal - Reuters

New head for Nigeria graft agency - BBC News

Nigeria against foreign mediation in Niger Delta crisis: president - AFP

"Hungry" Nigeria oil hijackers slash ransom demand - Reuters

Nigeria pipeline burns for second day after deadly explosion - AFP

Giving Commercial Farming New Meaning -

Waziri - On the Hot Seat -

TABLE-Nigeria fuel retailer AP profit up in Q1 - Reuters

Nigeria oil blast site sealed off - BBC News

Country Not Under Al-Qaeda Threat - IG -

Nigeria pipeline fireball kills 100 -

Food Crisis - There is No Food Shortage in Country -Minister -

Gunmen kidnap oilman's wife in southern police - Africasia

Power Sector Probe And the Anti-Climax to Come -

FG Pays Armed Forces Outstanding Allowances -

Waziri is New EFCC Chairman -

NUC Approves New Varsity for Ondo -

Govt Approves Establishment of Dry Ports -

Why Aviation Agencies Must Embrace One Aim -

Govt Provides N10 Billion for Acquisition of Equipment ... -

Yar'Adua is Not Planning to Resign - Govt -

Militant Group Disclaims Hijack of Chevron Supply Ship -

Blue Gets License to Operate in Nigeria, Business Day Reports - Bloomberg

Fuel explosion in Nigeria after pipeline accident -

SGF Restates FG's Commitment to Regional Groupings in Africa -

Nigeria mass evictions condemned - BBC News

Obasanjo's Sweet Nonsense -

Area Councils Charged On MDGs -

We'll Give Education Top Priority- Fashola -

Toxic Grain Threatens Food Security -

Repositioning the Health Sector in Nigeria -

Another 10 Million Jobs -

Nigeria could see 11 pct growth in '08 - finance minister - Reuters South Africa

Olympics - Embassy Stops Wrestlers -

Na'abba, Masari Only Strut -

Nigeria evicted 800000 Abuja residents - report - Reuters South Africa

Gunmen Seize Vessel, Hold 9 Citizens, 2 Expatriates -

39 Die in Lagos Pipeline Fire -

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Pef Chiefs, Martins, Dumuje Ask Court to Quash Charges -

The Sins of British Airways -

US Re-Affirms Technical Support for Nigeriapower Sector -

Why Citizens Are Attacked in South Africa - Maduekwe -

'You Over-Celebrate, But Under-Achieve' -

Prospects of Constitution Amendment -

Amuneke Raises Alarm Over Dream Team Iv -

FG Restates Determination to Tackle N'delta Question -

UBA Restructures Into Nine Business Groups -

Inflation Fears As FG, States Share N400bn -

Nigeria dangles incentives for ICT investors - Computerworld

NSE Equity Value Rises By N692.50 Billion -

West Needs Re-Orientation on Nigeria - Ex-Envoy -

ITU Endorses Country for Telecom Investment -

Probe - Security Tightens At Assembly Complex -

Massob Decries Persecution of Members -

Saraki Recommends Hchp Model for Sustainable Community ... -

I Didn't Lock Up Delta Treasury - Uduaghan -

Gunmen Kill Two Policemen in Bayelsa -

Shell's Nigeria Unit Suffers Financial Crisis, ThisDay Reports - Bloomberg

FG Assures on N-Delta Summit -

Group Accuses Edo Govt of Wasting Fund -

Major Changes At UBA -

Power Probe - Obasanjo, Atiku Fail to Show Up -

Legislators Delay Passage of Freedom of Information Bill -

Monday, May 12, 2008

African Stocks: Nigeria, Mauritius, Ghana Climb; Kenya Drops - Bloomberg

Nigeria to probe abuse of 'expatriate quota' by foreign oil companies - AFP

Nigeria urges violent-free presidential run-off in Zimbabwe - AFP


Nigeria Begins Election Reform Process - Voice of America

Obong of Calabar Says Imoke Sponsors Militants -

Am I Really So Blinded By Obasanjo? -

Oil hits record high 126.40 dollars - AFP

Nigeria Seeking Speedier Rice Shipments From Thailand, US - Bloomberg

Anglican Primate Charges Leaders -

Credit Registry Accelerates Transformation of Country's ... -

Senate President to Meet Yar'Adua -as Ministry of Finance ... -

We Have Short and Long-Term Strategy to Deal With the Problem -

Governor Ohakim - Napoleon of Imo State (2) -

Senate Set to Create Anti-Corruption Court -

AC Advises FG On Food Crisis -

Oil prices pull back from record highs - AFP

Oil down after record-busting run - BBC News

Nigeria'09 LOC Queries Uchegbulam -

House Report Seeks Payment of N500 Million to Daily Times -

Put Your House in Order, Bishop Warns PDP Leaders -

Poland, UK to Train Police -

Group Plans N585 Billion Investments -

Obasanjo's Perspectives On the Power Situation -

Atiku May Not Appear Today -

Top Medical Doctor Drags El'rufal to Court -

N'delta Unfairly Treated, Says Soyinka -

Clark, Nwaoboshi Battle Over Delta PDP -

'Heavy Equipment Business Can Become Pillar of the Economy' -

Country Critical to Peace in Africa - EU -

Chelsea Or Man U? Pick Your Choice -

Leaders Visit Hospitalised Evah -

Idris Returns From Foreign Trip, Resumes Monday -

Niger Delta - Financial Crisis Hits Shell -

Nwobodo Committee - PDP Warns Nnaji -

How Enyimba Overwhelmed Club Africain -

Cult Or Shrine, Gov. Orji Link With Okija, Irreconcilable ... -

Food Crisis - Food Imports Gulped $2.9bn in 2007 -

Health Hazard - Community At Odds With Foreign Investors -

Still On Wamakko's Candidacy -

We Will Re-Brand the Legislature - Hon Eseme Eyibo -

Obasanjo - I Spent $6.5bn On Power -

Henry Okah - the Process of His Trial is Dubious and ... -

Oil prices ease, above 125 dollars - AFP

Rice Gains for Seventh Day as Philippines, Nigeria Seek Supply - Bloomberg

3 kidnapped Chinese freed in Nigeria - IBTimes Hong Kong

Eagles Ready to Sacrifice Holidays for Nigeria - This Day (subscription)

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Credit Registry accelerates transformation of Nigeria’s retail ... - Vanguard

Oil steady above $126, Middle East violence supports -

Will oil touch $200 a barrel? - Hindu Business Line

Nigeria requires N59.16 trillion to resuscitate infrastructure - Business Day

LOC axe dangles on Uchegbulam - Nigeria 2009 - Nigerian Tribune

How to mitigate inflation, food crisis in Nigeria, by LCCI - Daily Sun

FG returns NICON, Nigeria-Re to Jimoh Ibrahim - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria lifts tax on rice in bid to head off food crisis - Auburn Citizen

3 Chinese workers kidnapped in Nigeria released safely - People's Daily Online

Nigeria critical to peace in Africa —EU - Vanguard

China says 3 of its construction workers abducted in Nigeria have ... - San Diego Union Tribune

Nigerian Film Industry Thrives - Voice of America

MTN Nigeria to Improve Performance with Motorola Optimization ... - Trading Markets (press release)

TFN NEWS BRIEFING: Oil and utilities highlights to 15:45 BST - Hemscott

Favorite China score easy victories in opening day of Thomas and ... - International Herald Tribune

In His First Visit to Niger Delta - Yar'Adua Warns On ... -

MTN Nigeria to Improve Performance with Motorola Optimization ... - Al-Bawaba

Nigeria unrest costs Shell dear - MWC News

Teenage trafficking on the rise in northern Nigeria - AFP

Oil prices soar to new records this week - Daily Times

Hot money fuel rally in prices of crude futures - GulfNews

Poland to train Nigeria police - Afrique en ligne

Africa finance corporation and other probes - Nigerian Tribune

Cotonsport reach group phase - BBC News

Onigbinde, Gani Fawehinmi: Two of a kind - Nigerian Tribune

Anglican leader's plea to faithful claims extra wives are 'making ... - Scotsman

Through tears, mother keeps a vision of healing her child - Boston Globe

Nigeria calls for direct flights to Uganda - AfricaNews

Crude 'mania' sends oil beyond $125 US - Calgary Herald

Terrorism: Threats to supply - The Observer

Education in Breeding ignorant citizens! - Vanguard

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Yoruba leader in post-Obasanjo Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

Al Qaeda terrorists eye Nigeria -

Gunmen kidnap MPs' mother in Nigeria - Afrique en ligne

China Says 3 Abducted Workers Freed in Nigeria - Voice of America

Nigeria mobilizes athletes for Olympics medals - Xinhua

Oil could soon hit $200 a barrel: Iranian oil minister - Tehran Times

Nigeria placed on alert for Al-Qaeda attacks - AFP

RE -D- ALERT - IG Warns Over Al-Qaeda Plot to Bomb Country -

Shell losing 30000 barrels per day after Nigeria oil attacks - AFP

Nigeria placed on alert for Al-Qaeda attacks - Africasia

UPDATE 1-Abducted Chinese workers released in Nigeria-China - Reuters UK

Al Qaeda targeting Nigeria, police chief warns-report - Reuters UK

3 Chinese workers kidnapped in Nigeria released - China Daily

3 kidnapped Chinese freed in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Oil hits record $126 on supply worry - Reuters India

Yoruba Drums From Nigeria - Sydney Morning Herald

Three Chinese workers kidnapped in Nigeria released safely - Xinhua

Three Chinese workers freed in Nigeria - AFP

Oil hits record $126 on supply worry, fund buying - Reuters India

Yar'Adua Seeks Partnership With Red Cross -

Crude prices jump 100% in one year; output may drop - Hindu Business Line

Nigeria's Production Woes Could Worsen - Wall Street Journal

Friday, May 09, 2008

Oil at record $126; tin at new record too - Reuters

Oil Prices Still Soaring, Hit Record: $126 A Barrel - Voice of America

Nigeria's Peter to face Vitali but looking for Klitschko double - AFP

UPDATE 1-Three Chinese workers kidnapped in Nigeria - Reuters UK

Something Has Got To Give - Forbes

Mikel Obi - I Love Nigeria -

Nigeria Says Extra OPEC Meeting Not Needed at Present (Update1) - Bloomberg

Two New Ambassadors Present Credentials -

Three Chinese Workers Kidnapped in Nigeria - Voice of America

Nothing Changed During Obasanjo's Eight Years ... -

Okah, Mend Leader, Appeals Court Ruling -

NFA Bigwigs Hit Portsmouth for Amodu -

Oil hits new $125 high on production fears - Times Online

China doing utmost to rescue three workers kidnapped in Nigeria - Xinhua

New Fiction Creates Stir in Northern Nigeria - Voice of America

El-Rufai's Hollow Defence -

Gas Flaring - 2008 Deadline Not Achieveable - Shell -

Oil Rises to Record $125 as Nigeria Unrest Draws Speculators - Bloomberg

Mismanagement - a Symbol of National Identity -

Power Probe - I Have Not Received Any Invitation - Obasanjo -

Shell sees progress in resuming Nigeria oil output - Reuters

SSS Attempts Barring el-Rufai From Travelling -

British Airways And Their Colonial Tendencies (1) -

Envoys Ask Govt to Address Security Problem -

N'delta - 'Carter Not Anxious to Wade In' -

Adamawa Gubernatorial Polls - Inside Story of AC/INEC Tango -

CBN Threatens Microfinance MDs Over Monthly Returns -

FG Tasks Stakeholders On Cashew Dev -

GGESS and Nigeria - the Imperative of Getting It Right in ... -

Probes - FG'll Prosecute Culprits, Says Aondoakaa -

Foreign Mission in US Ignorant of Oil Reforms -

Bullish Trend Persists, Index, Capitalisation Rise By 2.5 ... -

Vanguard, the Diaspora and Relevance of History -

Human Rights Crisis -

PDP Blasts Oshiomhole On 15 Percent Wage Rise -

Bomb Rocks PDP Secretariat in Bayelsa -

Mikel - I Am Too Busy for Internationals -

Militants List Conditions for Niger Delta Summit -

Calls for Obasanjo's Trial Swell -

World oil prices strike fresh record - AFP

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Three Chinese workers kidnapped in Nigeria -Xinhua - Reuters

Three Chinese workers kidnapped in S. Nigeria - China Daily

Why I Gave Ube Land to Obasanjo - El-Rufai -

Crude oil set to stay above US$120 - Malaysia Star

ANALYSIS-Despite price, future of Nigeria oil sector cloudy - Reuters India

N-Delta Peace Parley Wants Oil, Gas Laws Reviewed -

I Regret Signing Berti Vogts -Lulu -

Obama Campaign Denies Candidate Comment on Niger Delta ... -

Shell says no timeframe yet for Nigeria oil return - Reuters

WAEC Papers Leak Again -

Why We Need to Restructure Education - Fashola -

Senegal joins Nigeria in dismissing biofuels food security risk - AFP

Re - Nasir El Roof-Rofo -

Oil Prices Pause After Record Run - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's United Bank for Africa rated 'B+/B' with stable outlook ... - Forbes

Only Iwu's Removal Can Aid Confidence in Inec - Nwabueze -

Olympic course for sports journalists to hold in Lagos, Nigeria - Xinhua

Nigeria Eyes More Rice Imports - Voice of America

Oil price still on the rise - Sydney Morning Herald

ANALYSIS-Despite price, future of Nigeria oil sector cloudy - Reuters UK

UPDATE 1-Total Nigeria restarts 125000 bpd Amenam oilfield - Reuters India

Nigeria's foreign reserves dip slightly: central bank - Africasia

UPDATE 1-Nigeria Qua crude loadings to be delayed-traders - Reuters

Nigeria suspends rice import duties for 6 months - Reuters South Africa

Exxon's Nigeria unit producing at pre-strike levels - Houston Chronicle

Disaster Management With Telecoms Tools -

We're Still in GNU - ANPP -

NCC And Quality of Service Issues -

Reviving the Textile Industry -

Task Systems Emerges Hp's Preferred Partner -

Atconelects New Officers, Ekuwem Retains Seat -

Senate Approves Probe of N19.5bn Aviation Intervention Fund -

FEC Approves Measures to Avert Food Crisis -

Investments Get Boost in Asia-Pacific -

Africa: FIFA Ranking - Nigeria Remains Fifth in Continent -

Police Raid Newspaper Seeking Arrest of 15 Editors -

The challenge of child destitution in Nigeria - Jamaica Observer

Senate Honours Adesanya, Observes 1-Minute Silence -

I Am Ready for Probe - Atiku -

World oil prices strike fresh record - UPDATE - Forbes

Oil Trades Near Record on Insufficient Gasoline Output Concern - Bloomberg

Crude Oil Trades Near $122 on Supply Disruptions, Global Demand - Bloomberg

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Nigeria bids to avert food crisis - The Press Association

Nigeria lifts tax on rice in bid to head off food crisis - Chicago Tribune

Nigeria lifts tax on rice in bid to head off food crisis - The Associated Press

UPDATE 1-Exxon lifts force majeure on Nigeria oil exports - Reuters

Oil prices hit record peaks above 123 dollars - AFP

Nigeria suspends import duties on rice to avert food crisis - Africasia

Nigeria lifts tax on rice in bid to head off food crisis - Washington Post

UPDATE 1-Exxon lifts force majeure on Nigeria oil exports - Reuters India

Oil steady above $122 after record - The Associated Press

Nigeria suspends rice import duties for 3 months -

ExxonMobil Lifts Force Majeure On Nigeria Oil Exports - Trade -

Exxon says seeks to limit impact of Nigeria outage - Reuters UK

Shell: Nigeria woes mean gas flaring will continue - Houston Chronicle

Oil Price Trend Still Upwards -

Famous V'ball Tourney Offers N2.3m Prizes -

First Inland's Free Points Boost Wema -

Closure of Shops - Country, Ghana Hold Dialogue -

Kingibe Raises Alarm Over Road Accidents -

Afn Reads Riot Act to Saboteur Athletes -

Qualify for 2010 World Cup Or Amodu Gets Ultimatum -

A Question of Food Crisis -

The Mobile TV Challenge -

Militants Seek Role for Carter at N'delta Summit -

Oil steadies near $122 ahead of US inventory data -

Oil records shattered as price spike extends - AFP

Don't Further Delay FoI Bill -

News about Telecoms development in Nigeria - ZDNet UK

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Oil breaks $122 on forecasts for further rises -

Nigeria oil rebels pledge truce if Carter mediates - Reuters South Africa

Oil hits new record on supply threat - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria oil rebels pledge truce if Carter mediates - Reuters

Nigeria armed group in truce offer -

Oil Rises to a Record $122.73 on Nigeria Attack, Demand Growth - Bloomberg

New Life in Nigeria Yields Results for White Zimbabwean Farmers - Voice of America

CHAN Qualifiers Round-Up: Ghana And Nigeria Prevail -

Oil Rises Above $122 to Record on Nigeria Attack, Demand Growth - Bloomberg

Nigeria oil rebels pledge truce if Carter mediates - Reuters UK

Crude Oil Rises to Record $122 on Nigeria Attack, Demand Growth - Bloomberg

Romance books a hit in Nigeria's Muslim north - The Age

Oil Rises Above $121 to Record on Nigeria Attack, Demand Growth - Bloomberg

Oil hits fresh record high above $120 on Nigeria, Iran supply fears - Forbes

How Amodu Hopes to Change Eagles -

Oil Reaches Record Near $121 on Nigeria Attack, US Demand - Bloomberg

Alim Advises On Dogged Commitment -

Generator Economy and the Power Crises -

Saving Country From Virgin Nigeria -

Police Arrest Kenny Martins -

Fasuba's Injury Not Too Serious, Says Bada -

INEC Absolves Self From Ac's Loss in Adamawa -

Akande - Activist Academic, Administrator -

Exxon Mobil: Nigeria oil output returned to pre-strike level - MarketWatch

Ekiti Promises Fasuba, Osayomi More Support -

Revealed - Why FG Opted for Secret Trial of Okah -

Oil Rises to a Record Near $121 on Nigeria Attack, US Demand - Bloomberg

69m Live Below Poverty Level - ActionAid -

Crude futures top $120 for first time - China Daily

Oil Touches $120; Gasoline Drops a Penny - New York Times

Monday, May 05, 2008

We Want Information Bill Not Probe Panels -

Bread Strike Threatens Food Supply -

Dangers of Rice Import, By Farmers -

ENERGY MATTERS: Even At $120, Few Ready To Call Oil Top -

Oil hits $120 a barrel milestone - BBC News

Defense Lawyer Alleges Intimidation at Oil Rebel Trial in Nigeria - Voice of America

Oil hits record over $120 on dollar, Nigeria, Iran -

Fifteen Years After - Prospects And Challenges -

How PDP Digitally Conquered Adamawa State -

Oil Rises Above $120 to Record on Concern Over Nigeria Attacks - Bloomberg

NNPC Has No Record of Oil Revenue in 40 Years - Bankole -

Oil jumps $3 on US economic data, Iran, Nigeria -

RPT - Oil holds onto gains in light trading; Nigeria, Iran support - Forbes

The Life And Times of Adesanya -

Country Now a One Party State - AC -

Oil rises on Nigeria, Iran supply concerns - Reuters Canada

Women Protest Against Militants -

NFA Closes Door On Foreign Coach, Unveils Amodu -

'Nothing Wrong With PDP Convention' -

Nigeria/Ethiopia: National Relays Re-Echo in Ethiopia -

Our People Don't Understand Businesses Associated With ... -

An Advice for Mr. President -

Oil Rises as Attacks in Nigeria Raise Supply Concerns, Iran - Bloomberg

Country Not Structured to Reflect True Federalism - IBB -

2014 - Why Abuja Lost And the 2018 Bid -

ExxonMobil Resumes Production At 300000 BPD -

At the Mercy of Rice Merchants -

Food Crisis - How Prepared is Nigeria to Tide Over the ... -

Oil jumps on supply jitters from Nigeria, Iran tension UPDATE - Forbes

How Ignorance of Contraceptive Use Fuels Maternal Mortality -

Practical Man of Ideas -

No Escape for Dope Cheats, Gumel Warns Athletes -

We Are Set to Solve Food Crisis -Minister -

Banks And Global Banking -

Has Obasanjo's Trial Begun? -

Crude Oil Rises on Nigeria Supply Concern, US Demand Increase - Bloomberg

Chukwuemeka, 4x400m Women Lift Team -

Militants May Suspend Attacks After Obama's Plea -

'94 Nations Cup - FG Still Owing Me - Westerhof -

How a Fishing Pond Tore Two Communities Apart; Several ... -

I'm Acknowledged Worldwide As President-General of ... -

How Bank Phb Assisted in National Election -

UPDATE 1-Oil rises on Nigeria, Iran supply concerns - Reuters UK

Africa moving away from dictatorship, says Ghana's president - Vanguard

Shell Shuts Down Production After Militants Attack -

President Yar'Adua Mourns Late Mathematician, Prof Chike Obi -

Surprise: S/Africa tops Nigeria - Vanguard

Oil prices rise in Asian trade - Economic Times

Nigeria’s developmental mirage - Daily Sun

>>Coca-Cola Nigeria Appoints CMC Connect As PR Consultants - LeadershipNigeria

>>Nigeria Now A One Party State – AC - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria and the global food crisis - Daily Sun

Sunday, May 04, 2008

Ebigbo laments illiteracy level in Nigeria - Vanguard

Nigeria can attract more FDI with bettersecurity, infrastructure ... - Vanguard

Why looking for thieves with probes will slow Nigeria down, by ... - Vanguard

OXFAM tasks Nigeria govt on improved agric productivity - Vanguard

FOOD CRISIS:How prepared is Nigeria to tide over the crisis? - Vanguard

No imminent food crisis in Nigeria —Dr. Ingawa - Vanguard

Shell output in Nigeria cut after raid -

U-17 World Championship: Nigeria risks losing hosting rights ... - Nigerian Tribune

Renaissance Capital predicts N35 trillion GDP for Nigeria by 2010 - Business Day

US experience and Nigeria’s airline industry - Business Day

World Bank wants 30% increase in electricity tariff in Nigeria - Business Day

Road map to attaining food security in Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

Oil Trades Above $116 on Nigerian Supply Concern, US Demand - Bloomberg

British Airways must apologise - Global Voices Online

S. Africa, Nigeria and Ethiopia Dominate African Athletic Meet - Voice of America

Trading at Nigerian bourse ends week low - Afrique en ligne

Non-OPEC production of crude oil seems to have stalled, promising ... - Houston Chronicle

Nigeria oil rebels say mulling Obama truce appeal - Capitol Hill Blue

Nigeria oil rebels considering Obama truce appeal - Reuters UK

Niger Delta armed group claims Shell attack - Africasia

$200 Oil: Bad News From Nigeria And Russia - 24/7 Wall St.

Niger-Delta - Saboteurs At Work---CDS -

As Kidnappers Release Mrs. Idisi Again, Militants Blow Up ... -

‘Blame food crisis on inconsistent agric policies’ - The Tide

Chike Obi (1921-2008) - Vanguard

An advice for Mr. President - Vanguard

‘Nigeria can produce 3 million tonnes of sugar annually’ - The Tide

Africa's biggest oil producer goes green - AFP

One of my biggest fantasy is to do a show in Nigeria — Fred Eboka - Vanguard

Saturday, May 03, 2008

Boom time for rice importers, garri sellers prices soar to 80 per ... - Vanguard

Nigeria, India Partner on Enterprise Devt - This Day (subscription)

At The Mercy Of Rice Merchants - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria will shock the world in China, Emedolu declares - Vanguard

President Yar’Adua wants eight Olympic gold medals Beijing 2008 - The Tide

Commodity prices retreat after oil hits record high - Daily Times

>>2014: Why Abuja Lost And The 2018 Bid - LeadershipNigeria

>>Nigeria Not Structured To Reflect True Federalism – IBB - LeadershipNigeria

Attack on Shell plant in Nigeria - BBC News

Commodity prices retreat after oil hits record high - The Post

Shell: Attackers sabotage oil installation in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Local resident arrested in Nigerian fraud scheme - San Diego Union Tribune

>>Power Project Contracts, Rape On Nigeria's Economy – Reps - LeadershipNigeria

Shell: Attackers sabotage oil installation - USA Today

Who will probe Nigeria’s National Assembly? - Global Politician

Erico bemoans absence of sports policy in Nigeria - The Tide

Nigeria gas not yet in sight - Joy Online

DJ SW Nigeria Cocoa Trees Carrying 2008-09 Main Crop Flower - Trading Markets (press release)

Shell: Attackers sabotage oil installation in Nigeria - (Pressemitteilung)

Shell confirms Nigeria attack, shuts in production - Reuters

Militants attack Shell facilities in Nigeria - AFP

Exxon resumes 300000 bpd Nigeria oil production - Reuters

Akhigbe wants maritime security law in Nigeria - The Tide

Nigerian Diaspora and the New Face of Nigeria - Global Politician

Breaking News: Nigeria to bid for the 2018 Commonwealth Games - African Path

Fish imports: Nigeria spends N55bn annually - The Tide

Odejayi Wants Dream Debut For Nigeria -

Nigeria drops treason charges against rebel leader - AFP

Kidnapped oilman's wife released in Nigeria - AFP

Nigerian Operators to Help Drive Network Benchmarks -

Friday, May 02, 2008

Secret trial for Nigeria militant - BBC News

Oil May Fall on Dollar and Supply Gains, Survey Shows (Update1) - Bloomberg

Oil remains lower on firm dollar, easing supply fears UPDATE - Forbes

UPDATE 1-Nigeria orders closed-door trial for oil rebel - Reuters India

Rice Imports Planned -

ExxonMobil Resumes Oil Production in Nigeria - Voice of America

Power Supply - Abuja to Get 1300 Mw - Modibbo -

Lagos And Kano - the Question of Population Might And Neglect -

Why I Won't Give Up On Yar'Adua - Buhari -

FG Budgets N177 Billion to Cushion Impact On Citizens -

Mobil/Pengassan Reach Agreement, Call Off Strike -

Npan Flays House Over Non-Passage of Foi Bill -

Ecobank, Sterling Merger Talks Collapse -

Workers Demand Pay Rise -

Country Can Feed Its People -

Oil Little Changed as Turkey Bombs Rebels, Nigeria Strike Ends - Bloomberg

Pengassan,Mobil Call Off Strike -

Jadesola Akande Broke Down Barriers, Says Mark -

CBN to Deploy 'Live-In' Examiners in Banks -

More Citizens Pay Tribute to Adesanya -

Labour Faults Yar'Adua's Economic Policies -

'Invest Foreign Reserves in Offshore Oil Refineries' -

50 Ambassadors Stranded in Abuja -

Equity Trading On NSE Rises By 17 Percent -

GTZDO Decries FG's N80bn Rice Importation -

Indefatigable Fasuba! -

Yar'Adua Asks Workers to Back 7-Point Agenda -

DSTV, MTN Nigeria launch mobile TV service - Telecom Paper (subscription)

Crude oil prices drop - The Press Association

Oil falls below $112 on dollar, US demand, Nigeria - Reuters South Africa

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Spokesman: FIFA to arrive mid-May to inspect facilities for ... - Xinhua

Crude oil price drops - Scotsman

Oil falls on weak US demand, Nigeria, dollar -

White Zimbabweans bring change to Nigeria - Christian Science Monitor

Why white Zimbabwean farmers plan to stay in Nigeria - Christian Science Monitor

Fasuba Gears Up for African Challenge in Addis Ababa -

Oil prices slip as Nigeria strike ends - AFP

Ladies' love literature stirs up Nigeria's Muslim north - The Canadian Press

Union ends strike that slashed Nigeria's oil production - The Associated Press

Oil falls as Nigeria strike ends - BBC News

Mobil workers end strike in Nigeria - AFP

Ladies' love literature stirs up Nigeria's Muslim north - San Francisco Chronicle

Exxon Meets Nigeria Union as Strike Cripples Oil Flow (Update2) - Bloomberg

Lekki Port Will Change the Shipping Patterns of Country ... -

OIL FUTURES: Crude Lower On Dollar Strength; Nigeria Supports -

Nigeria union, Exxon resume talks to end 8-day strike -

Exxon, Shell say production still down in Nigeria - Reuters

Assault On Federalism Worst During Obasanjo's Regime -Sagay -

Late Prof Jadesola Akande, an Amazon of International Repute -

Demolition - Court Upholds Bulet's N3.8 Billion Suit ... -

FG Loses $541m From MPN Workers' Strike -

Oil Is Little Changed as Exxon, Union Bid to End Nigeria Strike - Bloomberg

Soludo At ICPC Over AFC Investment -

On El-Rufa'i's Day -

Yar'Adua's Health And the Rotten Entrails of Politics -

Symbolism of Adesanya's Heroism -

EFCC Files Fresh Charges Against Kalu -

Why I Prefer 'Chief Servant' to 'His Excellency' - Aliyu -

NCC Restates Calls for More Base Stations -

Power - FG Budgets N177bn Relief Package -

Mobile Courts And Road Offences -

Oil rises to near $115 on Fed cut, Nigeria strike - Reuters India

Oil rises to near $115 on Fed cut, Nigeria strike -

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Oil Rises for First Time in Three Days on Nigerian Disruptions - Bloomberg

Mobil Nigeria oil worker strike continues - MarketWatch

Nigeria Approves Emergency Rice Import to Ease Food Crisis - Voice of America

Nigeria plans $1 bln in power subsidies over 3 yrs - Reuters India

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