Google Nigerian News Archive for June 2008

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Birla Cotsyn to tap S. America, UK and Nigeria markets - Business Standard

Aghahowa wants Nigeria spot back - BBC News

Ghana's Black Maidens beat Nigeria's Flamingos 1-0 - Afrique en ligne

Nigeria to host African zonal W’lifting tourney - The Tide

BONGA: Death by any name By Muyiwa Apara - Nigerian Tribune

‘Nigeria’s fastest growing democracy in Africa’ - The Tide

Nigeria, Venezuela to meet over global oil situation - The Tide

Nigerian bourse ends week upbeat - Afrique en ligne

Nigerian conflicts tighten oil bottleneck - Los Angeles Times

Saturday, June 28, 2008

As US Advises FG Against Military Option... Jonathan, Oil State ... - This Day

One Reason Gas Is Emptying Your Wallet: Nigeria - New York Times

Oil prices hit record highs despite Saudi output hike - Daily Times

Brazil's Petrobras ready to pump oil in Nigeria - AFP

Brazil's Petrobras ready to pump oil in Nigeria - The Age

Bonga Attack: Army Vows to Arrest Militants - This Day

Fighting for cash in Nigeria - Los Angeles Times

Chevron Workers in Nigeria Suspend Five-Day Strike, Union Says - Bloomberg

Judicial delegation back home from Nigeria - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

Attack On Bonga - MEND Reveals How Its Men Carried Out Raid -

Niger Delta Summit - Give Us the Benefit of Doubt ... -

Yobo Confident Over Ankle Injury -

We Are Dying of Hunger And Poverty - Retired Customs ... -

INTERVIEW-Nigeria's IGI plans $2 bln African expansion - Reuters India

Polio on the rise in north Nigerian state - AFP

Bonga Oil Field: Station Shut By Angry Security Guards – Security ... - Nigerian Tribune

How to Build a New Nigeria - This Day

Nigeria, Venezuela to Discuss Global Energy Crisis - This Day

Friday, June 27, 2008

Former Nigeria captain Okocha retires from international football - Xinhua

President Yar'Adua Stresses Importance of Science Education -

Mugabe's Zimbabwe -

Country, Venezuela to Meet Over Global Oil Situation -

Nigeria Oil Union: Suspending Strike Against Chevron -Reuters -

At $142, oil's a big worry - Economic Times

Nigerian oil union says suspends strike at Chevron - Reuters India

Nigeria wants talks with Venezuela on oil price - Reuters South Africa

Niger Delta: Nowhere to hide - ISN

Zimbabwe must postpone elections, allow dialogue - International Herald Tribune

NYMEX crude up sharply, extending record surge - Reuters

Nigeria must develop delta to save oil sector-union - Reuters

Chevron declares force majeure in Nigeria - Oil & Gas Journal

Oil touches record above $142 -

Amodu Deserves Equal Privileges - Soccer Ethusiast -

Inconsistency Hinders Growth of Tourism -Expert -

Minister Wants Implementation of Nigeria-Venezuela ... -

Bill for Afforestation Commission -

I Played Through Pain - Yobo -

Indonesia Executes Two Nigerians to Mark UN Anti-Drugs Day -

MidEast Daily News - The Media Line

Why Niger Delta Summit is Crucial - Orubebe -

N19.5b Aviation Fund - Senate to Revoke Lagos Airport ... -

48 Insurers Generate N117bn Premium Income -

The Foi Bill And the Protection of National Security -

Talking Briges Down -

Law Enforcement in Nigeria And the Challenge of Corruption -

FG Urges States to Come Up With SEESS-2 for 2008-2011 -

NDRPCM Urges FG to Grant Official Pardon to Okah -

PDP Wants 7-Year for President -

Ministry Recruits 130 Foreign Service Officers -

Nigeria a year after Obasanjo - The Statesman

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Nigeria Loses $72bn to Gas Flaring - This Day

Nigeria 'deeply concerned' over Zimbabwe poll - Africasia

Nigeria gov't confident of Chevron, union deal -

Nigeria calls on Zimbabwe to postpone elections - The Associated Press

Hunter to travel to Peru, not Nigeria, on goodwill mission - Men's ... - ESPN

The slippery business of oil - Economist

UPDATE 1-Nigeria oil workers, Chevron begin two-day talks - Reuters

Total says huge offshore facility heads for Nigeria - Reuters

Nigerian gunmen free 4 foreign oil workers -army - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria's Multi-Links signs Nortel to expand network - Reuters

Analysis: Nigeria attack cripples Chevron - United Press International

MEND threatens to end unilateral cease-fire - Afrique en ligne

Herbal Doctors Storm Gwandara for Trade Fair -

GDP - Country Ranks 49 Out of 190 Nations -

FG to Reposition Cultural Industry -

Kunchi Chairman Pledges Support for Kano Team -

Nigeria Oil Minister To Meet Striking Chevron Workers - Union -

Post Militant Attack - Shell's Bonga Oilfield Starts ... -

We'll Resist Anti-House Forces - NLC -

Military Forces Break Militant Ranks -

Shell Restarts Output At Nigeria's Bonga, Keeps Force Majeure -

Anenih Blames Bad Roads On Obasanjo -

Warri Stands Still for Okocha -

Enahoro, Onoh, Others Ask Court to Halt Amendment of 1999 ... -

TSS - Peace Returns to Public Primary, Secondary Schools -

Life in My City - the Success Story of a Private ... -

Why We Reject Gambari, By N-Deltans -

Amodu Lauds Eagles for Qualifying to the Next Round -

Oil prices ease on US crude report - The Australian

Oil prices waver on dollar, supply concerns -

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

‘Nigeria Lost N1.06tr to Waivers, Concessions’ - This Day

Bonga - Time to Mend -

Pushing on a Saudi String - Motley Fool

Probes - The're Attempts to Bribe Us - Mark -

No ransom paid for Maltese oil worker in Valletta - Africasia

Maltese oil worker freed in ministry - AFP

We Need N10 Trillion to Fix Power Sector, Committee Tells ... -

Oil drops nearly $5 on surprise supply gain -

Summit - Why Niger Deltans Oppose Gambari -

Nigeria’s writers gain a global audience - Christian Science Monitor

Transcorp to Build 10 New Hotels in Africa -

All Citizens are Stakeholders in Niger Delta - Gambari -

Nigerian oil strike continues, but talks scheduled - Houston Chronicle

Poor Turnout Worries Maboun -

Nigeria army clashes with suspected Bonga attackers - Reuters South Africa

Gilat Satcom Reinforces Its Nonstop Satellite ... -

NFA - Members Accuse Lulu of Marginalisation -

EFCC Boss Vows to Repeat SFU Feat -

Multi-Links Selects Nortel to Expand Mobile Broadband Services in ... - Market Wire (press release)

N/Delta Summit - is Gambari Now the Issue? -

UPDATE 1-Chevron declares force majeure on Nigeria oil exports - Reuters

Oil prices steady around $137 a barrel in Asia - The Associated Press

Oil Is Steady as Nigeria Output Resumes, US Fuel Demand Falls - Bloomberg

E-Passport - Immigration and Challenges of Collection ... -

Oil prices climb on weaker dollar, unrest in Nigeria - Boston Globe

Nigeria's sports chief promises equal treatment for Olympic bound - Xinhua

Fitch Affirms Nigeria’s BB- Ratings - This Day

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Chevron declares force majeure at Nigerian oil facility - MarketWatch

Oil rises on Iran, Nigeria supply worries -

Oil seesaws ahead of inventory data -

Chevron Declares Force Majeure At Nigeria Escravos Facility -

Shell restarts Nigeria's Bonga offshore production - Reuters

UPDATE 1-Shell restarts Nigeria's Bonga offshore production - Reuters UK

Oil steadies over $136, eyes Nigeria, Iran -

Nigerian peace mediator proposes truce for crisis-hit oil region - International Herald Tribune

AU says Nigeria will send peacekeepers to Somalia - Reuters South Africa

NYMEX crude up, choppy eyeing Nigeria, Iran, data - Reuters UK

Nigeria to seek 90-day truce before Delta summit: mediator - AFP


UPDATE 1-Chevron, Nigeria oil union to meet as strike looms - Reuters

N1.8 Trillion Revenue Realized in First Quarter - CBN -

Oil Rises as US Dollar Drops, Nigeria Strike Threatens Output - Bloomberg

Politics And Economics of Cement Import -

Peak, Tom Tom Awards Excite Eagles -

Nigeria Oil Union's Chevron Strike Enters Second Day (Update1) - Bloomberg

Miscellany -

Delta Names Stadium After Okocha -

New Head of Service to Take Oath of Office Tomorrow -

S'West Lawmakers Seek Federalism in New Constitution -

History, Structure of the Roads System -

Chevron, Nigeria oil union to meet as strike looms - Reuters

Oil prices steady as market eyes Nigeria - The Associated Press

Bonga Attack - FG Orders Heightened Security for Oil Faci -

Oil settles after Nigerian attacks - Sydney Morning Herald

Mend Declares Ceasefire -

Oil services index jumps 5% as energy sector romps - MarketWatch

Oil prices rally after Jeddah meet, Nigeria attack -

Nigerian attacks send prices higher - Boston Globe

Militants stop oil sabotage as Nigeria's output falls - Financial Times

Monday, June 23, 2008

Nigerian Militant Group Calls for Ceasefire in Oil Region - Voice of America

American, African Stars for Abuja Grand Prix -

Crisis meeting over Nigeria oil attacks - AFP

Oil climbs on Nigerian output problems - The Australian

Crude futures end higher as Nigerian woes continue - MarketWatch

Mashi Worries Over Incessant Rape Cases in Kano -

Starcomms Hooks Abeokuta to Its Network -

The Politics of Oil and Gas -

The Case Against Gambari -

Militants Counsel Yar'Adua Against Military Option -

Oil rises to $137 as traders emphasize Nigeria concerns over Saudi ... - BloggingStocks

Party Chief Insists, Niger Delta Needs Devt Not Talk Shops -

Escravos Project - NNPC, Mobil Sign $220m Deal -

3rd UPDATE: Chevron Says Nigeria Staff Declared Strike Monday -

Oil rises on modest Saudi increase, Nigeria - The Associated Press

Bakassi - the Problem of Resettling a Distraught People -

Nigeria rebels declare cease-fire in oil-rich delta - Christian Science Monitor

Explaining Stock Market Scare -

Gen. Shagaya's Bombshell - IBB Won't Rule Again -

Saudis pumped, oil market unmoved - The Age

Nigerian Oil Union Starts Strike Against Chevron (Update1) - Bloomberg

Militants Attack Chevron Facility, Shut Escravos Terminal -

Nigeria navy sends ships to secure offshore field: source - AFP

Foreign Reserves Rise to $60.84bn -

Asian Investors - What Do They Want? -

Russia Plans More Investment in Country -

Corruption - Why We Are All Guilty -

Nigeria navy sends ships to secure offshore field: source - Africasia

Against Some Rulers -

How Falling Education Standard Affects Optometery Profession -

Our Brand New Economy Will Compete Globally - Agu Ojukwu -

Over 10 Airlines Are Grounded, We Want Change in the ... -

Retail Environment for Fashion is Getting Westernised ... -

If N-Delta Problem Defied All Efforts, it Will Not Defy ... -

Nigeria/Ghana: Lack of Sound Structure, Bane of Nigeria's Sports ... -

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Amodu Raps Critics -

Oil Rises as Saudi Pledge Fails to Ease Nigeria Supply Concerns - Bloomberg

FG Records N96.6bn First Quarter Surplus -

Amodu Moves Olofinjana Up -

Concern Mounts Over Attack on Oil Platforms -

CPA Secretary regrets Nigeria's backwardness, chides leaders - Vanguard

The case against Gambari - Vanguard

With Nigeria through, Mali looks next to advance in African World ... - International Herald Tribune

Oil Is Little Changed on Saudi Production, Nigerian Cease-Fire - Bloomberg

Sunday, June 22, 2008

1993: Nigeria’s “year of three Caesars”: Professor Nwosu ... - Vanguard

Oil meeting overshadowed -

Oil dips on Saudi assurances, Nigeria ceasefire - Reuters

Absolving Abacha of looting: Arewa’s open rebellion against OBJ - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria militant group offers cease-fire - Contra Costa Times

Oil dips on Saudi assurances, Nigeria ceasefire -

Increase in Saudi oil output set to be wiped out by Nigeria crisis - Financial Times

Crude Oil Falls on Saudi Production Pledge, Nigerian Cease-Fire - Bloomberg

Benin grows to 3rd highest regional exporter on re-export to Nigeria - Business Day

Coach in denial as Nations Cup dream lies in tatters - The Times

Militants Dare Nigeria President - Meet Us in the Creeks - Garowe Online

Chevron's Nigerian Onshore Output Halted After Attack (Update2) - Bloomberg

Portsmouth CEO excited by Nigeria trip - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian militants call ceasefire - BBC News

Fears of oil price rises as attacks in Nigeria offset gains at - Times Online

Oil production: it's like asking a tobacco firm to invest in ... - Times Online

Nigerian Militants Propose Unilateral Ceasefire in Niger Delta - Bloomberg

Nigeria militant group offers cease-fire - The Associated Press

Primate of Nigeria vows to rescue Anglican church from crisis over ... -

Nigeria's main militant group offers cease-fire - International Herald Tribune

Nigerian oil militants vow ceasefire in delta - Reuters

World Of Football: Nigeria's Bright Idea Gets The Green Light - Glasgow Sunday Mail

Nigeria militants vow ceasefire in delta - Reuters

From Nigeria to Floyd, Texas - Dallas Morning News

Nigeria’s Flamingoes confront Cameroun today Under-17 Women World ... - The Tide

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Eagles Thrash Equatorial Guinea 2 - 0 -

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Super Eagles Through to Next Round -

Soccer-Santana feels the heat as South Africa slip up again -

Chevron's Nigerian Onshore Output Halted After Attack (Update1) - Bloomberg

Militants Dare Yar'Adua - Meet Us in the Creeks -

FG to make Nigeria attractive to tourists - The Tide

Nigerian bourse ends week in downturn trading - Afrique en ligne

Soccer-South Africa held to embarrassing draw by Sierra Leone -

Veteran Nigerian musician dies, the fourth in 2 months - Afrique en ligne

WHO says fresh outbreak of polio reported in northern Nigeria - Afrique en ligne

AT A GLANCE: At Oil Summit,Saudi To Up Capacity,Nigeria Offsets -

Nigeria was pumping 1.8 mbpd before latest outage - Reuters UK

FACTBOX-Nigeria's oil production outages - Reuters South Africa

OIL SUMMIT: Nigeria Oil Output At Lowest In 25 Yrs -Official -

Best is yet to come, vows Nigeria coach Amodu - AFP

Nigerian youths behind latest oil attack: MEND - AFP

Militants dare Yar'Adua: Meet - Vanguard

FACTBOX-Nigeria's oil production outages - Reuters

Oil rockets to near record $140 level this week - The Post

Going nowhere fast with the Bafana boogie - The Times

Corruption In Why We Are All Guilty - LeadershipNigeria

Crude oil up 2% on nagging supply worries - India

Nigeria Through To Final Phase Of WC Qualifying -

If N-Delta problem defied all efforts, it will not defy spiritual ... - Vanguard

Lack of sound structure, bane of Nigeria’s sports – Obienu - Vanguard

UPDATE 2-Nigeria militants hit oil pipeline, output cut - Reuters

Chevron Says Pipeline Attack Shut Production in Nigeria - Voice of America

Saturday, June 21, 2008

WRAPUP 1-Soccer-Nigeria first into next phase of qualifiers -

Chevron says Nigerian pipeline breached - MarketWatch

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Yak, Ike Shoot Nigeria to Second Round -

Nigerian president declares war on militants in the Niger Delta - Xinhua

Nigeria Super Eagles soar in World Cup qualifiers - AFP

Oil prices rebound on supply fears - Xinhua

Chevron says pipeline breached in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Expert: Nigeria's oil reserves to dry up in 43 years - Xinhua

Middle East Worries Prompt Higher Crude Oil Prices as Volatile ... - CEP News

Stocks plunge...Oil rises...More oil disruptions in Nigeria ... - Reiten Television KXMB Bismarck

Soccer-Nigeria win World Cup group after 2-0 home triumph -

Crude Oil Bounces Back, Closes Above $134 A Barrel - RTT News

President Yar'Adua Commissions Port Terminal, Warns ... -

Chevron Halts Nigeria Onshore Oil Output After Attack (Update1) - Bloomberg

Nigeria loses another 120000 bpd after pipeline attack: industry - AFP

Yar'Adua Orders Beef Up of Security in the Niger Delta -

Nigeria Orders Crackdown in Volatile Oil Region - Voice of America

Illegal Oil Bunkerers Blow-Up Chevron, Texaco Pipeline -

Nigeria Militants Blow Up Chevron-Operated Pipeline -Sources -

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Super Eagles On the Brink -

Militants hit Chevron oil pipeline in Nigeria - Reuters South Africa

UPDATE 1-Nigeria militants attack pipeline, cut output - Reuters

Nigeria loses 120000 bpd after pipeline attack: industry - AFP

Nigeria orders arrest of Shell oilfield attackers - Africasia

Nigeria loses 120000 bpd after pipeline attack - AFP

Fire Guts NPA Headquarters -

Shittu storms Abuja for Eagles Nigeria versus Equatorial Guinea - The Tide

Nigerian rebels ask foreign workers to leave oil installations - AFP

Military sports chief wants Nigeria to well present at Beijing ... - Xinhua

NCFR, UNCFR Assure On Refugees' Protection -

Oil rises above $134 on Mid East, Nigeria tensions - Commodity Online

World Briefing | Africa Security at Oil Field Is Ordered ... - New York Times

Oil prices rise amid tensions -

Oil futures gather steam after Thursday's losses - MarketWatch

Ruling On $40bn Suit Against Mobil Now July 22 -

Friday, June 20, 2008

Nigeria and Cameroon agree border security boosts - Reuters

Nigeria 'beefs up' oil security -

Oil prices climb on international supply fears -

Nigerian Government Beefs -Up Security To Counter Militant Attacks. - Voice of America

Shell declares force majeure after Nigerian militant attack - AFP

Nigeria president tells army to bolster oil security - Reuters

Fresh Outbreak of Polio Emerges in North - UN Health Agency -

Nigerian president condemns militants' oil-field attack, orders ... - International Herald Tribune

Nigeria launches $10bn oil spree - BBC News

Please Resume Your Regularly Scheduled Oil Rally - Wall Street Journal Blogs

UPDATE: Talk Of Chevron Nigeria Attack As Shell Exports Hit -

Eagles - Williams, Izunaso Want More Goals -

Robbery - IG Parades 6 Suspects -

No Reprisal Attack On Citizens, Says Cameroon -

Nigeria Oil Workers Union, Chevron Talks Collapse - Union -

Crude Oil Rises as US Dollar Weakens, Israel Conducts Drill - Bloomberg

Nigeria 'shock' after oil attack - BBC News

ICPC and the Mother of All Loots -

House Committee On Sports Supports Eagles -

Ojulari Canvasses Support for Amodu -

Tom Tom is Eagles Official Candy -

Nigeria, Pfizer work on drug trial settlement-lawyer - Reuters

Nigeria Says Stock Market Swings Will Be Contained (Update2) - Bloomberg

Our Airlines Are Grossly Irresponsible Towards Passengers -

Yar'Adua's AGF - Whose Interest? -

Nigerian MPs to quiz oil, security chiefs: sources - AFP

Another $5000 Peak Milk Offer to Eagles -

Mba Raises Alarm Over Three Assassination Attempts -

Protesting Students Find Phcn Using Generators, Lanterns -

FG Boosts Ekiti Water Supply With N2.54bn -

UNICEF, Zenith Bank Partner On Youth Welfare -

CORRECTED - June 18 NYMEX oil report - Reuters

Mend Attacks Shell's Bonga Offshore Platform -

Omehia Recounts Mother's Kidnap, Weeps -

Group Urges Militants to Shun Violence -

Missing Poly Lecturer Found Dead in Own Farm -

Prison Bill Gets Senate Backing -

Vanguard's WOW Seminar, It's D-Day -

Militants Attack Shell's Bonga Field -

Oil Field Operation Suspended After Attack by Nigerian Rebels - New York Times

Humphery's Belated Exposition -

Shell must build new relationship with Nigeria - Times Online

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Moving On the Railways Track -

Oil gains after attack closes platform in Nigeria - MarketWatch

Mobile operators set sights on Nigeria's rural poor - Reuters

Nigeria Must Improve - Anichebe -

Nigeria to draw more than $10 bln from oil savings - Reuters South Africa

Shell shuts Nigerian oilfield after rebels attack -

Nigeria/Angola: Full Marks for Amodu, Eagles at Half-Way Stage -

Nigerian oil: Anger in the delta over who gets paid - Christian Science Monitor

US Dollar falls against most currencies following oil inventory ... - International Herald Tribune

Shell deepwater platform attacked as Nigerian separatists step up ... - Times Online

Starcomms connects Abeokuta in southwest Nigeria -

UPDATE 2-Nigerian oil union says to resume talks with Chevron - Reuters

Shell halts production at Nigerian offshore oil field after attack - AFP

Nigeria attack stops Shell's Bonga offshore oil - Reuters South Africa

FOI Bill - Labour Party Wants Citizens Sensitised -

Chevron avoids strike in Nigeria, reports say - MarketWatch

Snatching Defeat From the Jaws of Victory? -

Shell halts production at Nigerian oil field after attack - AFP

Crude Oil Rises After a Militant Attack Shuts Nigerian Field - Bloomberg

The Anti -Judicial Calls By Osunbor And Mark -

Of Respect And Foreigners -

Positioning Country for Investments -

Armed militants force Shell to shut Nigerian offshore oilfield - Times Online

Oil prices hit $137 after fresh Nigeria outage - AFP

House of Reps And Seven Months of Bankole's Leadership -

AICA, the Trial of Dakart at Goethe Institute -

Yobe Teachers Not Angry With Government, Says NUT -

Nigeria Union to Resume Chevron Talks, Strike Is `Last Resort' - Bloomberg

Niger Delta Summit - Group Appeals for Gambari -

Yar'Adua - Understanding the Enigma -

Oil falls below $136 as Nigeria strike averted - Reuters South Africa

Shell stops Nigerian Bonga output after attack - Reuters UK

Oil prices slip despite attack in Nigeria - The Associated Press

'Power Supply, Biggest Challenge to Telecoms' -

Calabar Okayed for United, Pompey Clash -

Siasia Bemoans Olympic Eagles -

Our Struggle Goes Beyond Salary Issues - NUT Chieftain -

Reyenieju Warns on Non-Inclusion of Itsekiri Commettee -

Shell shuts down Nigerian oil field after attack - The Associated Press

Suleja Prisons, Where Baby Sins for Mum -

EFCC Arrests Martins, Dumuje -

Power - PHCN Workers Threaten Strike Over Emergency -

Cement - FG to Crash Price to N1, 000 Per Bag -

LG Launches Champagne-Designed Sound System -

Why Students Can't Speak Mother Tongue - Prof. Adimora ... -

Nimasa And Security of Life At Sea -

Nigeria news sends oil up - Houston Chronicle

Oil falls as Nigeria strike threat eases - The Associated Press

Dollar falls against most currencies following oil inventory ... - International Herald Tribune

Crude Oil Falls as Nigerian Workers' Talks Ease Supply Concern - Bloomberg

* Oil falls as Nigerian oil workers strike averted - Reuters South Africa

Oil rises over $135 on Nigeria strike threat -

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

PREVIEW-Soccer-Nigeria wait on ill pair, eye early progress -

Chinese firm says funding stalling Nigeria's rail project - AFP

Shell won't challenge takeover of Nigeria oil wells - Reuters UK

Mosop Flays PTDF On Scholarship Scheme -

Nigerian oil ministry says averts strike at Chevron -

Crude prices rebound on Nigeria strike threat, inventories - Xinhua

NYMEX oil up over $2 on Nigeria strike fear, WHouse - Reuters

UPDATE: Nigeria Oil Union, Chevron Talks To Continue -

Oil rises on Nigeria strike threat, inventory drop - The Associated Press

Oil rises on Nigeria strike threat - Reuters India

Summary Box: Oil rises on Nigeria strike threat - The Associated Press

NYMEX crude up on Nigeria strike threat, White House - Reuters

Nigeria Union Mulls Chevron Strike as Talks Fail (Update2) - Bloomberg

Nigeria to Grant Amnesty to Militants in Oil-Rich Niger Delta - Bloomberg

No Going Back On Bakassi - Maduekwe -

Why Teachers Should Be Heard!!! -

FG 'll Implement Niger Delta Summit Recommendations -

Kawu Warns Pillars' Fans Against Violence -

Bakassi - Raid And Injury -

Tinapa Fiesta - Enyimba Eye Man Utd Clash -

Yar'Adua Seeks to Amend Procurement Act, Revenue Formula -

Referees 'Postpone' NFL's Super Eight -

No More Coup in Country -

Niger Delta Summit - Delta Elders Blast Amaechi -

IPI Honours ISA, Country Publisher -

A Scholar's Take On Giving Back -

Another 'Day of the African Child' -

Electoral Reformforces Academics, Journalists Into Alliance -

Aviation Re-Inventing Itself -

The Baby Sale Boom! -

NSE Vows to Check Abnormalities in Private Placement -

AFN Bank On Old-Timers for 4x400m Ticket -

Bakassi - FG Wants Displacement of Citizens Probed -

'Tinapa to Boost Football in Nigeria' -

OPS Calls for Speedy Passage of Foi Bill -

Macarthur, Carnegie Visit ETF -

Special Sports Athletics Ready to Paint Pralympics Red -

FG to Give Firm Commitment At Niger Delta Summit - VP -

First Lady Seeks UNESCO Partnership On Literacy -

Nigeria probes award of oil blocks under Obasanjo - Financial Times

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Nigeria pledges 50 million dlrs to fight desertification - AFP

Students Protest Over Poor Feeding in Ilorin -

Obama - A Race to Win -

NFA Plans Patriotism Orientation for Fans -

Nigerian environmentalists support coal mining - Mineweb

Zinox teams with Freeplay for energy saving in Nigeria -

Nigeria takes in millions from telecom operating levies -

Shell Nigeria Venture Has as Much as 400000 Barrels/Day Halted - Bloomberg

Shell will not challenge Nigeria govt over plan to take over Ogoni ... - Forbes

Nwosu - the Denouncement of a Hero -

Nigeria's Oil Industry Regulator Put on Administrative Leave - Bloomberg

NFA Supports Tinapa Invitational Fiesta -

Why Cancer is on the Rise in Nigeria -

'Blue Chips' Gains Boost NSE Index, Capitalisation By ... -

The Bar's New Kingmakers and '08 Election -

Olympics - Yar'Adua Approves Nigeria's Reduced Participation -

Why PDP Must Rule Forever -

Nigeria oil rebels reject Niger Delta summit - Reuters

And the Cock Crowed for Adedibu -

It's Not Over Yet -

Kutigi Warns New Judges Against Corruption -

Electoral Reforms - and the Clamour for INEC Independence -

Nigeria/South Africa: S'Africa 2010 - FIFA Scraps Head-to-Head Rule -

Isiaku Rabiu, 5 Others Get Cement Licences -

Osun Seeks W'bank Support for Free Trade Zone -

Succour for the Girl Child -

Ghana Hits Abuja for Falconets -

SEC Sets Up Committee to Further Reduce Transaction Cost -

Eagles Not Yet What We Want - Amodu -

FG Affirms Improvement On Quality of Phone Services -

Yar'Adua Probes 2005 Oil Licensing Round -

Monday, June 16, 2008

UPDATE 1-Nigeria to audit 2007 oil prospecting round-ministry - Reuters

Nigeria investigates awarding of oil exploration contracts - International Herald Tribune

Deformed Child Gets Lifeline From Ogoja LG Boss -

Nigeria gears up to auction 2.5GHz spectrum -

Angola: Oil Production - Country Beats Nigeria Again -

How to Create Wealth - Dantata -

France Volume of Trade in Country Hits 2.4 Billion Euros -

Mother of All Strike On the Way, Enugu NUT Boss Warns -

Nigeria 250000 bpd Agbami on time for June-Chevron - Reuters

Environmentalists Urge Coal Mining to Save Forests -

Hajj Commission Goes Tough On Pregnant Pilgrims -

ANPP Lauds Waziri's Appointment As EFCC Boss -

Glo Wins GSM Licence in Ghana -

Vodacom Regrets Pulling Out of Country -

France, Nigeria Trade Hits 2.4bn Euros -

The Revolution Has Started -

Poor Land Titling Hinders Documentation, Mortgage ... -

Turai Charges Permanent Delegates to UNESCO -

Support Ysfon to Bring Back Soccer Glory to Nigeria - Ojulari -

NFA Orders NFL to Investigate Ikhana's Allegations -

Who Will Die for Nigeria? -

Bakassi - 'Ita-Giwa Wants War' -

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Before Eagles/ Equitorial Guinea Clash -

Shouldn't Country's Leaders Be Servants? -

N-Delta Summit Unnecessary, Rivers Ac Insists -

Seven Banks Set to Finance N1.5bn NBCC Plaza -

Wilbros Begins Contempt Proceedings Against Firm -

FG Needs $100bn for Infrastructure -

Invest More on Customer Care or Risk Dwindling Fortunes ... -

House C'ttee Okays Zenon's Acquisition of AP Shares -

May Adedibu Go Forever -

CNPP Faults Yar'Adua On Planned Use of $5bn Excess Crude Fund -

Concerned Citizens Write Yar'Adua On Adamu -

Russian, Chinese Oil Firms Jostle for Ogoni -

13-Year Old Girl's Escape From 'Hell'! -

Incitement Allegation Against Aregbesola Disclaimed -

Mass Exodus Hits EFCC -

5 Reportedly Die During Gendarmes Attacks, 15 Others at Sea -

Against Some Country Rulers -

Two Deathly Contrasts - Lamidi, Lawal -

U -17 World Cup: FIFA praises Nigeria - Vanguard

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Nigeria, US Partnership . . . Expanding Business Horizon - This Day (subscription)

Oil & gas development, Nigeria’s loss, Angola’s gain - Vanguard

Iconic boss rings off at Vodacom - MyADSL

Nigeria needs to sweep away barriers to change - Business Day

How Adedibu became garrison commander - Nigerian Tribune

Towards a people’s constitution for Retrospect and prospect - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria’s relay teams in danger of missing Olympics - The Tide

England captain to open football academy in Nigeria - The Tide

Nigeria, Britain sign military training pacts - The Tide

WRAPUP 1-Soccer-Yobo rides to Nigeria's rescue again -

In Nigeria, oil wealth delivers grief - The Daily Star

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Yobo Wins It For Eagles - Again -

Yobo stars again as Nigeria keep winning - AFP

Soccer-Yobo scores again as Nigeria win in World Cup qualifier -

Cameroon finds mutilated bodies after raid - Reuters UK

Firm Votes N82bn for Gas Gathering -

Why Niger Delta is Against Gambari's Appointment -

Military, No Threat to Democracy, Says Army Chief -

Shagari Okays Plan to Reconcile Yar'Adua, Buhari, Atiku -

>>Support YSFON To Bring Back Soccer Glory To Nigeria - Ojulari - LeadershipNigeria

>>Who Will Die For Nigeria? - LeadershipNigeria

A view from Nigeria - Mail & Guardian Online

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Minnows Weekend Inspires Equatorial Guinea -

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Against some Nigerian rulers - Vanguard

Moji Obasanjo, Bank Trade Blame Over N29m -

Abducted Cameroonians found dead - BBC News

‘His death has robbed Nigeria of a great politician’ - Nigerian Tribune

English FA boss arrives Nigeria -Tinapa international soccer fiesta - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria on the TV - Nil Satis Nisi Optimum

Nigeria 09: FIFA Okays Ijebu-Ode - Nigerian Tribune

Powerful Images by Ed Kashi Illustrate Oil Exploitation in ... - Art Daily

Abuja Film Festival - Global Voices Online

Yobo dedicated to Nigeria cause - Setanta Sports

New Electoral System Takes Effect Dec 2009 - Yar'Adua -

Yar'Adua Sets December 2009 for New Electoral System -

Yar'Adua to Declare National Power Emergency Next Month -

Nigeria; We Really Need A Miracle - LeadershipNigeria

>>We Have No Film Industry In Nigeria – Ola Balogun - LeadershipNigeria

Nigerian press awash with release of 15-year-old poll result - Afrique en ligne

Eni lets subsea contract for Oyo field off Nigeria - Oil & Gas Journal

FIFA happy with Nigeria progress -

France, Nigeria announce plans to establish strategic partnership - Mathaba.Net

Five billion dollars aid then sell-off for Nigeria power sector: govt - Africasia

Pienaar and Co need to get physical - Independent Online

Nigerian police crack illicit baby trafficking ring - Reuters

FG Approves 27.5 Percent Salary Increase for Teachers - Garowe Online

FG Approves N780m for New Teachers' Salary -

What the Friggtriskaidekaphobia is going on? - Inside Futures

Tears, as Adedibu's Remains are Buried -

Fifa happy with Nigeria progress - BBC News

China helps Nigeria develop communication technology - Xinhua

Oil dips as dollar gains counter Nigeria supply fears - Reuters South Africa

FG Approves 27.5 Percent Salary Increase for Teachers -

Nigeria to Declare Power State of Emergency, Earmark $5 Billion - Bloomberg

Friday, June 13, 2008

Golfers Tee for First Bank's N20m -

Former ASUU President Fingers Obasanjo Over June 12 Annulment -

After 15 Years - Nwosu Releases June 12 Results -

1000 Bakassi Returnees Stranded -

CBN - Foreign Banks Free to Invest in Country -

Rencap Hails Bank PHB's Retail Strategy -

UNFPA Budgets $64.2m for Country -

Crude ends volatile session slightly higher - WDAM-TV

Targets Fifa Top 10 Ranking -

Fishing, the Israeli Style -

FG to Raise N117b From Offshore Investors to Address ... -

Oil closes up; gas hits new record - Boston Globe

Nigeria/Equatorial Guinea: Eagles 'll Steam-Roll Equatorial Guinea ... -

Nigerian leader sees Niger Delta summit next month - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria May Start Sovereign Wealth Fund, Spend Excess Oil Money - Bloomberg

Oil rises on Nigeria strike threat -

Country Needs Structured Thinkers - Ayoola -

Adedibu Buried in Alao-Akala's Absence -

The Massob Massacre (2) -

Mallam Aminu Kano Airport - a Victim of Politics Or Religion? -

Abacha, Akpamgbo Annulled June 12 - Nwosu -

Ex-Im Bank Dramatically Expands its Nigerian Bank Facility -

14 Banks Get $1bn US Exim Bank Facility -

Obama's Choice -

Adedibu's Burial - Thugs Inflict Pain On Dignitaries -

Oil Trades Above $136 as Nigerian Strike May Disrupt Supplies - Bloomberg

FG Seeks More British Involvement in Resolution of N ... -

FG to Raise Oil Production to 4m BPD By 2010 - Yar'Adua -

Thursday, June 12, 2008

NYMEX crude ends higher on Nigeria strike threat - Reuters

Bakassi Boils Again, 300 Citizens Declared Missing -

Nigeria's aborted presidential election results released 15 years on - Africasia

Sierra Leone: Coming to Nigeria - My Impressions -

Oil prices rebound, end higher on Nigerian oil company move ... - (Pressemitteilung)

Oil rises again - Radio New Zealand

Nigerian State Oil Company to Take Shell License (Update1) - Bloomberg

Africa: Continent, Failed States And Purpose of Government -

Summary Box: Oil rebounds on Nigeria, technicals -

Central Bank of Nigeria to fine-tune ICT initiatives -

Oil prices rebound on Nigeria, technical factors - Jackson News-Tribune

France, Nigeria sign strategic partnership deal - AFP

Summary Box: Oil rebounds on Nigeria, technicals - Forbes

Nigerian president pledges to double oil production by 2010 - Africasia

UN Agency Says Pirates Have Free Reign Of Nigerian Coast Line - Voice of America

Nigeria's best-known political grandee dies: report - AFP

France, Nigeria sign strategic partnership deal - Africasia

UNICEF Tasks Stakeholders Child's Rights Act, Ube Act -

Teachers in Adamawa Join Strike -

Lagos Journal Pirates Terrorize Nigeria’s Fishing Fleet - New York Times

Nigeria Seeks Proposals From 11 Advisers On Telecom Sale -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria aims for 4 mln bpd oil output by 2010 - Reuters UK

NCS Holds 22nd National Conference -

The Imperative of Science And Technology in Nation-Building -

FG Should Meet Teachers' Demand - NLC -

Nigeria Oil Union Says Talks With Chevron `Not Going Very Well' - Bloomberg

The Financial Sector And Looting of Public Treasury -

Ogonis Rejoice Over Shell's Relocation -

Terrorism And Us -

Gombe FA Boss Wants Commitment -

Another Salvo From the Stable of a Critical Pathologist -

Netizen Talks About Human Being That Carries the City in ... -

IHS Set to Hit Thenigerian Stock Exchange -

The CEO Issue -

FG Protests Death of Nigerian Student in S. Africa -

Reactions Over Adedibu's Death - Rude Shock - Bankole -

FG Pledges to Sustain Telecoms Growth -

Abacha - a Revisionist Reading of History -

The Tortuos Journey of June 12 - Opadokun -

FCT - 'You Can't Smoke Here -

Pirates Terrorize Nigeria’s Fishing Fleet - New York Times

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Two Policemen Killed in Cross River Over Communal Crisis -

Onuesoke Condemns Gambari's Option for Niger Delta Summit -

UPDATE 1-Shell extends force majeure on Nigeria Bonny crude - Reuters UK

UPDATE 1-Freeze on falling shares concerns Nigeria investors - Reuters

Security Operatives Cordon Off Treason Trial Court -

Country Finally Cedes Bakassi to Cameroon Tomorrow -

Nigeria claims telecom service improvements -

Kebbi Teachers Withdraw From NUT -

Emperion to Introduce Video-Conferencing Service in Country -

Schooling Without Learning -

Food Crisis, Need for Policy Re-Engineering -

World Bank Rates Kaduna Best State for Business -

Pirates now go after Nigeria's little fish - International Herald Tribune

Before Obama's Republic -

Amodu, Siasia Meet Today Over Busy Calendar -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria oil union see Chevron talks averting strike - Reuters

Teachers in Bayelsa Join Strike -

Alberta oil firm worker killed off Nigeria coast - Toronto Star

Yobo Eyes Clean Sheet for Eagles -

FG Wont Build Roads Again - Yar'Adua -

US, Bankole Pledge Support for Farida -

Militants Strike Again, Kill Nine Naval Officers -

Ysfon Restates Commitment to Soccer -

Country Begins Digital Broadcast Journey, Prepares to ... -

The Cost of June 12 is Country's Stunted Democracy - Utomi -

NCC Supports Etisalat On Roll-Out Plans -

Should We Be Afraid of Foreign Banks? (i) -

Emperion Team Speaks of Great Opportunities in Market -

Still On Siemens Scandal -

FG, NUT Talks Deadlocked -

D-Link Enters Market With Digital Network Security Solutions -

Ogoni People Jubilate Over Sacking of Shell -

US Endorses Farida Waziri As New EFCC Boss -

Gunmen Kill One in Fresh Attack on Oil Facility -

Corona Schools Celebrate Drama Club Day -

At Telecom Stakeholders Forum, NCC Sets Parameters For ... -

World Bank Votes N45bn for Country's Roads -

930000 Children Orphaned by HIV/Aids - UNICEF -

Court Orders Nnpc to Pay $22.6m -

Africa: Continent Military - 34 Countries to Meet in Nigeria -

Don Recommends Postdoctoral Training in Varsities -

Electoral Reforms - Option A4 As a Mode of Voting -

Security - Britain Pledges Support for Nigeria -

House Ends Probe of 419 Lawmakers -

Anka - Impact of Ube'll Take 15 Years -

Group Asks Odili, Sekibo to Rebuild Okuruama Community -

Cameroonian Deputy Governor Abducted in Bakassi -

NASCON Has Bounced Back, Says MD -

Lagos Woos Foreign Clubs -

After Tears, the Reality -

Yar'Adua, Governors Meet On Power Emergency -

Delta Recovers 260 Oil Wells From Ondo -

Yakubu is a Dinosaur - Rio -

Nigeria says over 23000 of its nationals in foreign prisons - AFP

Tribunal Affirms Election of Babangida Aliyu -

Chevron, Nigerian Union to Meet Today to Avert Strike (Update1) - Bloomberg

Proposed Strike - FG to Dialogue With Teachers Today -

AC Chieftain Tasks FG On N-Delta Devt -

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Tribunal Upholds Gov's Election -

UPDATE 1-Eni declares force majeure on Nigeria Brass oil - Reuters

FG to Meet With Labour Over Wage Demand -

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Carpets Ladipo Over Freetown Match -

We Didn't Import Arms and Ammunition - Shell -

NUT - FG Moves to Avert Strike -

Nigeria adjourns oil rebel's secret trial to July - Reuters India

Nigeria president to 're-energise' ties with France: FM - AFP

Yar'Adua Commended for Appointing Credible Aides -

Mosop in Solidarity Procession Over Shell Sack -

Addax says one oil worker killed in Nigeria attack - Reuters

EFCC - Gani Heads for Court -

Gimba Assures Sports Ambassadors of Govt Support -

President Yar'Adua - One Year After -

Nine Nigerian navy members killed in fresh attack - AFP

'EFCC Now Just Another Police Station' -

Power - FG Assures Private Sector of Adequate Incentives -

Lending Rates - Man Versus CBN -

First Set of Paralegals Graduates -

Foi - Shattering the Myths -

Memo to Abacha -

Law School to Recognise Holborn Degrees -

What Yar'Adua Can Do in 3 Years -

Waziri's Chance to Excel -

Nigeria sailors die in oil raids - BBC News

Osunbor Expresses Need to Boost Agricultural Productivity -

NLC, Oshiomhole Laud Yar'Adua On Extension of Fuel Price ... -

PHCN - Eko Zone to Pay 12 Per Cent Pay Rise to Workers -

Prisons Service Blames Jail Breaks On Congestion, Delay ... -

Fasuba, Others Yet to Qualify for Olympics -

Hope Worldwide Nigeria Receives Usaid Highest Rating -

Abuja and Lagos - a Twin Story -

FG Loses Arbitration to Solgas in London -

Appraising the Mining and Metal Sector in Yar'Adua's 1st Year -

4 Soldiers Injured as Militants, JTF Clash -

ALCO Moves to Tackle HIV and Aids at Border Towns -

Rivers Truth Commission Relocates for Odili, Sekibo -

Mitsubishi to Study Building Floating LNG Project off Nigeria - Bloomberg

Ship guarding Addax facility off Nigeria attacked - Oil & Gas Journal

NBA Writes New EFCC Boss on Anti-Graft War -

Monday, June 09, 2008

Nigerian Parliament Set to Rewrite Constitution - Voice of America

Hajj Commission Allocates 85000 Seats to States -

The Task Before Waziri -

Assailants hijack Nigerian boat with 8 sailors on board - USA Today

Nigeria's oil unions to meet Chevron to avert strike - AFP

With Clinton's Exit, US General Election Kicks Off -

UPDATE: Chevron: Seeking Talks With Nigeria Oil Worker Union -

1 killed, 4 injured in Nigerian attack: Addax - AFP

Nigeria oil militants attack boat - BBC News

Falana Writes IG, Accuses Shell of Importing Arms -

Chevron: Seeking Talks With Nigeria Oil Worker Union -

Nigeria's president aims for 'energy partnership' on French visit - Africasia

Celtel Introduces Fixed Payphones, Empowers More ... -

Fire in Soweto, Killing Nigerians -

PDP And Kano Fast-Breakers -

House Wants Rapid Growth of Gas Industry, Says Bankole -

INTERVIEW-Nigeria must strike deal in oil rebel trial -lawyer - Reuters India

Wellcrete - How Corruption, Policy Changes Ruined Firm -

Banks Move Against Bullion Van Robberies -

'NLNG Sold 1378 Natural Gas Cargoes in 10yrs' -

Elections - Musicians Seek Relevance -

Why I Invited Ferdinand -Fashola -

Militants kidnap eight military in Nigeria - AFP

Our Past Heroes -

MTN Reaches Beyond the Call of Duty in 21 Days of Y'ello Care -

Assailants hijack Nigeria vessel with 8 Naval sailors onboard - International Herald Tribune

Glo Becomes Nigeria's Telecoms Main Export; Opens Service ... -

Eagles Join Man United, Portsmouth -

Gimba Tasks Private Sector On Partnership -

W.AFRI.Tel 2008 - Exposing Nigeria ICT Market to Foreign ... -

EFCC - Perception Versus Reality, Yesterday Versus Tomorrow -

Trade tops agenda for SA-Nigeria talks - Independent Online

'Unbanked Public Have Lots of Money' -

The Audacity of Hope -

Censorship by Broadcasting Outfits Mostly Self-Imposed ... -

Saraki, Ibori Pay Tribute to Folawiyo -

Barack Obama -

UBA Acquires Defunct Liberty Bank -

Militants kidnap eight navy personnel in Nigeria - AFP

Skye Bank Emerges M2 Brand of the Month -

Citizens in Diaspora Hail Yar'Adua -

From Pan-Africanism to Pan-Atomism -

We Are Tired of Summit, Federal Government is Confused- Clark -

Abacha Never Stole, Say Buhari, Babangida -

Igwe Laz Ekwueme - a Man of Art and the Throne -

ICAO to check Nigerian airports: Facilities, personnel - Daily Champion

UK Endorses Anti-graft War – Envoy - LeadershipNigeria

Ghana 2008: Nigeria Set To Thrash Cote D’Ivoire - LeadershipNigeria

?Nigeria Has Lost An Asset? - LeadershipNigeria

Yar’Adua Cannot Betray Nigeria To AFRICOM –– Businessman - LeadershipNigeria

Sunday, June 08, 2008

We are trying to get a bigger footprint in Nigeria — Sony ... - Vanguard 2008: Exposing Nigeria ICT market to foreign vendors - Vanguard

‘Nigeria Received $60m Loan from IDB –Perm. Sec. - This Day (subscription)

Beijing 2008: Nigeria’s Relay Teams Yet to Qualify - This Day (subscription)

seminary faces closure over food crisis - Independent Catholic News

Teko shows the way for Bafana - The Times

Nigerian held for Internet fraud -

Nigeria 1 Sierra Leone 0 -

US mission host workshops on Nigeria's power sector - Afrique en ligne

EFCC: Perception Versus Reality, Yesterday Versus Tomorrow - LeadershipNigeria

African refugees in Nigeria set to return home - Afrique en ligne

Literary writing in the North of The task before critics? - Vanguard

More like it, Bafana - Independent Online

Obamania - History in the Making -

Against McCain, Obama Gains 18m Clinton Voters -

Nigeria demands $2bn oil arrears - Fiji Times

Yobo snatches winner for lucky Nigerian footballers - AFP

Nigeria official doesn't see more OPEC oil or mtg - MarketWatch

Delta unrest casts shadow on Nigeria and world economy - AFP

Saturday, June 07, 2008

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Yobo Secures Eagles Win -

Tough challenges for Nigeria’s new anti-corruption chief - Daily Nation

Bleaching And Coloured Women -

On Nigeria's 20-20-20 Blues -

Banks' Credit to SMEs Hits N204 Billion - Soludo -

Nama, Faan Acts Due for Review -

God Will Destroy Those After Our Football - Obaseki -

Leadership, the Root of Our Problems - Mallama Zainab -

Amun Forsees Bright Prospects -

Farida Waziri, Right Choice for EFCC Leadership - Rev ... -

House Wants Special Court to Adjudicate Bank Cases -

Non-Indigenes Commend Gov Elechi -

Leaders Mourn Wahab Folawiyo -

Utomi Worries Over Cult Violence -

Sierra Leone: Big Blow Kallon Out of Nigeria Encounter -

Chukwumerije Assures On FOI Bill -

Second Chinese Film Week Holds in Jos This Week -

EFCC Chair - Farida Will Do Better -

Kanu back in Nigeria line-up - Kick Off Nigeria

Nigeria's new anti-graft head pledges war against corruption - Xinhua

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Super Eagles Battle Sierra Leone -

Santana's midfield conundrum - Independent Online

Nigerian tycoon:Africa needs trade, investment instead of aid - Xinhua

Folawiyo Dies, Buried -

Nigeria says OPEC ready to intervene on oil prices - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Sani Lulu Upbeat -

Sierra Leone/Sierra Leone Sure of Victory Against Eagles -

Farida - War Against Corruption Will Be Thorough -

Why Niger-Delta Leaders Don't Want Another Summit -

Nigeria to select Athletics team for Beijing Olympics - Xinhua

>>Nigeria Can’t Be One-party State – Gen Useni - LeadershipNigeria

Experience, Resolve Will Give Us Victory - Kanu -

National Assembly Will Make History By Passing Foi Bill -

Friday, June 06, 2008

Bahrain firm signs Nigeria gas accord - Gulf Daily News

Nigeria extends fuel price freeze to calm unions -

Africa: Nigerians in South Africa Protest Secret Trial of Okah -

Nigeria Senate Approves New Anti-Graft Chief - Voice of America

French oil giant reconsiders operation in Nigeria - Xinhua

Senate Clears Farida -

Gas - FG Signs MoU With Russian Firm -

NUJ, NGE, Others Rap Reps On FOI Bill -

Shell Sues NNPC for $2.24bn -

Nigeria LNG Exported 1378 Cargoes In 10 Years - Report -

World Environment Day - Yar'Adua Calls for Low Carbon Economy -

Yar'Adua Bemoans NNPC's Huge Overhead Cost -

NLNG's Tax Relief No Longer Necessary, Says FG -

Iwu - Can He Mend Cracks of 2007? -

Finally, Senate Confirms Waziri As EFCC Boss -

Nigeria's foreign reserves drop slightly - AFP

Legal Illegalities -

Fashola, Enahoro Others for June 12 Colloquium -

The Massob Massacre -

Angola Beats Country In Oil Exports -

Finally, is Aviation Development Roadmap Coming? -

Nigeria's senate approves new anti-graft chief - Reuters South Africa

No Fuel Price Hike -

Schneider Donates Equipment to IIT -

Insurance Recapitalisation - Not Yet Uhuru -

Kudirat Abiola, 12 Years After -

PPA Won't Merge With APGA -Scribe -

Rule of Law - Don Lauds Judiciary -

Let Their Faith Judge Them -

Obanikoro - Why Country's Future is Endangered -

There is No Excuse for Delaying Passage of Foi Bill -

Labour Minister Briefs ILO in Geneva -

Ministry Accepts Report On Military Transformation -

The Confirmation Furore -

Nigeria, ExxonMobil Set Up 2 Committees On Gas-gasoline Project -

Residents in Nigeria’s Restive Niger Delta Hail President’s ... - Voice of America

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Imo Assembly Speaker's Sons Kidnapped -

Nigerian Jay Jay Okocha released by Hull - International Herald Tribune

Another Operator to Take Over From Shell in Ogoniland ... -

Ogoni people welcome Nigerian move against Shell - AFP

Nigeria oil union to meet Chevron on strike threat - Reuters

Nigeria's Ogoni hope Shell ouster brings prosperity - Reuters South Africa

Glo Launches Network in Benin Republic Today -

Computerise Nigeria Set to Build More It Capacities -

Why Database for Telecoms Subscribers is Necessary -

FG Agrees to Increase Teachers' Salary -

It's Now Obama Vs McCain -

Waziri Denies Standing Surety for Akume -

Ogoni people welcome Nigerian move against Shell - Africasia

South Africa: Fernandez is the Weakest Link, Says Coach Santana -

Switzerland - We've Returned All Abacha Loot -

Locals Celebrate Obama's Victory -

US Deports 87 Citizens -

Nigeria's Afribank strengthens risk management - Reuters

AC Raps Iwu Over Defence of 2007 Polls -

PENGASSAN Threatens Chevron With Strike -

Fight for EFCC's Soul -

Nigeria's removal of Shell hailed - BBC News

FG Seeks Improved Safety in Drug Use -

Building an Interfaith Bridge of Peace -

Arise, O Northern Governors! -

Banks Credit to Smes Hit N204billion -Soludo -

Arthouse Angles for Relevance in National Economy -

Equities' Loss Drags Down Index, Capitalisation By 1.28 ... -

Afrihub Advocates Adjustment in Academic Curriculum -

Ukrainian Varsity Widens Admissions for -

Tony Oyetedor On the Leadership Question -

EFCC - Waziri Vows to Step On Toes, Pursue Govs, LG Chairmen -

NDDC Donates Tractors to Farmers -

A-Ibom Inaugurates Committee On Productivity -

Clark Challenges Shell to Publish List of Sacked Staff -

Organised Private Sector Backs 50 Percent Resource Control -

Amodu Ends Agbonlahor Chase -

Nigeria aims to boost solid minerals: minister - Africasia

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

ActionAid Egbenn Tackles Girl-Child Education -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria to give Shell Ogoni oilwells to another firm - Reuters

Shell Says Nigeria Has Enough Gas for Domestic, Export Needs - Bloomberg

Manchester United set to play Portsmouth in Nigeria in July - The Canadian Press

Nigeria to hand abandoned Shell fields to rival operator - Times Online

Customs Operatives Raid Tinapa -

New ICAN Boss Vows to Support Anti-Graft War -

ExxonMobil, Nigeria plan gas-to-liquid project - Reuters

New operator to replace Shell in Nigeria's Ogoniland: president - AFP

FG Charges 78 Massob Members for Treason -

French oil group Total assessing presence in CEO - AFP

Manchester United set to play Portsmouth in Nigeria in July - International Herald Tribune

SAfrica, Nigeria push for closer economic ties - Africasia

Appeal Court Reserves Judgement in Chime, Onu's Appeals -

ICAN Gets New President -

French oil group Total assessing presence in CEO - Africasia

Yar'Adua - Industrialisation, Key to Vision 2020 -

Nigeria/South Africa: Eagles, NFA in Bonus Row -

Man Utd & Portsmouth To Meet In Nigeria -

Olanipekun Calls for Strong, Enduring EFCC -

Chukwu Thumbs Up Amodu's Eagles -

President Yar'Adua in South Africa -

Minister, Directors' Cold War Further Hits Preparations -

Nigerian Movies Are the Noisiest in the World - Kasimu Yero -

Ekpiwhere, Nkande Angaye, Others Prepare for Dlink Forum -

These Are Critical Times for Africa - Umaru Musa Yar'adua -

New Operator, Etisalat, Unfolds Qualities That Will ... -

The Saminu Turaki Disease -

FTA to Plant 1 Million Trees -

Farida Did Not Breach EFCC Law - Senate -

NFA Settles for Chachangi for Eagles -

'Nigeria would love to have SA investors' - Independent Online

Yar'Adua - Why We Must Tackle This Challenge -

South Africa, Xenophobia And a Presidential Visit -

Let the Exciting Times Begin! -

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Nigeria wins Olympic wrestling ticket - Xinhua

Angola overtakes Nigeria as top African oil nation - Independent

Yar'Adua Must Shed Off Caution And Deliver -

Fuel dealers' strike cripples five states in Nigeria - Xinhua

Shell to lay off 2500 workers in Nigeria - Xinhua

Nigeria's advertisement expenditure to register $862.1 mln in 2008 - Xinhua

Corruption blamed for Nigeria's failure sluggish development - Xinhua

South Africa: Leaders Deal With 'Blockages' to Nigerian Business -

Mbeki apologises to Nigeria for anti-immigrant attacks - AFP

Nigeria/South Africa: Nigeria Vs S/Africa Match Organisation Gets ... -

S.Africa, Nigeria must drive Africa development: Yar'Adua - Africasia

Customs spat sours Nigeria's consumer paradise - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria supports union government for Africa - The Times

Onu's Appeal Cripples Govt Business -

NLC, IFJ, NUJ, Others Want FOIB Passed -

We Shall Correct Detected Lapses - Amodu -

Nigeria/South Africa: Amodu Will Take Nigeria to South Africa - Ladipo -

EFCC Staff Want Senate to Summon Ribadu -

Eagles Have Buried Ghana 2008 Ghost - Pepsi -

South Africa, Nigeria leaders hold talks after mob attacks - Africasia

Speaker Pledges Support for Navy -

Mark Gives Conditions for Passage of FoI Bill -

Catholic Bishops Call for Protection of Human Dignity -

FCTA to Tackle Forgery of Land Documents -

Nigeria drugs agency seizes 80 tonnes of cannabis - Africasia

Country Loses N3.5 Trillion to Corruption -

EFCC - Senate Defers Waziri's Screening -

Eagles Celebrate Freedom -

South Africa: Xenophobia High On Agenda of SA, Nigeria Trade Talks -

There's Equal Representation in Kaduna - Gov Sambo -

Gunmen Free Kidnapped Oil Worker's Wife -

Nigeria hikes benchmark interest rate to 10.25 pct - Reuters South Africa

2500 Shell Workers Face Sack As 1000 Retire -

Monday, June 02, 2008

Nigeria's rough, tough tin miners - BBC News

Nigeria, SA to discuss xenophobia - The Times

Leaders in Nigeria's oil zone dismiss planned summit - Xinhua

South Africa: SA, Nigeria to Discuss Attacks On Foreign Nationals -

Cameroon/U17 World Cup - Lions Measure up to Nigerians -

Nigeria seizes 80 tonnes of drugs - BBC News

The Value of Philosophy (2) -

The Agony of Refugees -

Restriction of Access to Information Cannot Stop ... -

The Return of Amodu -

Nigeria/South Africa: Eagles Beat Bafana Bafana 2 - 0 -

Another Vision 2020 Committee in Garden of Fools -

Nigerians Laud President's Performance On Media Chat -

Yar'Adua in S/Africa Today -

Gunmen release oilman's wife in Total - Africasia

Using Vocational Education to Solve Employment Problem -

Democratic Woes -

Kingibe Faults Reforms in Educational System -

Why Are We So Blasé? -

The Economy Under Yar'Adua - 365 Days Hence -

Country "Threatens" Neighbours in Wake of Bilateral EPAs -

Eagles Win, Amodu Pleads to NFA -


Fish Scarcity looms, Nigeria May Lose $600m Export Earnings -

Kanu Hails Fashola, Citizens -

EFCC's Chance for Renewal -

President Go-Slow -

Niger Delta Leaders Dismiss Planned Summit -

Nigeria Down South Africa To Top Group 4 -

Sunday, June 01, 2008

RENEWED PIRACY ATTACKS: fish scarcity looms, Nigeria may lose $600 ... - Vanguard

Santana looks ahead - Kickoff

Britain partners Nigeria on Vision 2020 - Business Day

Compressed natural gas, alternative auto fuel for Nigeria - Business Day

‘Nigeria needs structured thinkers’ - Nigerian Tribune

Pornographic videos inundate Nigeria, authorities helpless - AFP

Nigeria ease past Bafana Bafana - Citizen

Eagles Down Toothless Bafana -

Nigeria beats South Africa 2-0 in first World Cup qualifier - International Herald Tribune

Soccer-Nigeria comfortably win World Cup qualifying opener -

Nigerian's state visit overshadowed by SAfrica violence - AFP

2010 CAN/WC qualifier: Nigeria leads SA 2-0 - Afrique en ligne

Nigerian's state visit overshadowed by SAfrica violence - Africasia

Amnesty report accuses Nigeria police of extra-judicial killings - AFP

Nigeria vs South Africa – LIVE - Kickoff

Nigeria's capital city bans smoking in public - Afrique en ligne

MEND explains delay in planned attacks - Afrique en ligne

Nigeria president's approval rating slips to 48 pc: opinion poll - Africasia

Eagles Preys On Bafana Bafana Today -

Nigeria spark Martins fears - Setanta Sports

Eagles' home record is scary - Independent Online

Amnesty report accuses police of extra-judicial killings in Nigeria - Africasia

Inefficiency, Nigeria’s biggest challenge – Minister - The Tide

'It should be an exciting game' - Independent Online

Eagles Back for Image Repairs -

>>Nigeria May Not Meet MDG Sanitation Target – UNICEF - LeadershipNigeria

remembering the Biafran War - Global Voices Online

Pornographic videos inundate Nigeria, authorities helpless - Africasia

Nigeria to regulate oil, gas industry, President says - Tehran Times

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Why Nigeria’s Stagnated, By Shekarau - This Day (subscription)

A dose of wacky Nollywood eases the pain of the transit lounge - The Times

Bafana ready for war - The Times

Nigeria U-20 ladies beat Ghana - Afrique en ligne

Yar’Adua’s scorecard - By Muyiwa Apara - Nigerian Tribune

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