Google Nigerian News Archive for September 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Tennessee forward Negedu stable after collapsing at practice - USA Today

Criminality in N-Delta Weakens Agitation for Resource ... -

Anambra PDP Begins Ward Congresses -

Nigerian Rebel Group Appoints Mediators - Voice of America

Nigeria's main rebel group warns Chinese oil firms - Reuters

Nigeria in Talks With Cnooc Over Oil Blocks - Wall Street Journal

Buhari, Atiku, Fawehinmi's Son Boost Mega Party -

The IGP's Burden -

The Story of My Life -Aniagolu -

A Country On Auto-Pilot -

US Oil Demand From Nigeria Crashes Further -

Deregulation - Lpfo, Diesel Prices Jumped in September -

Stiffer Punishment Awaits Drug Offenders - Aondoakaa -

Anger over Nigeria amnesty -

Bayelsa Commends Mortgage Firm -

As The Country Seaches For a New Envoy to US -

Netcom Africa Partners SES World Skies On Broadcast TV ... -

Isa Aremu Faults Yar'Adua's Absence at UN -

FG Abolishes Us$1 Million Refinery Performance Deposit -

Nokia Debuts First Experience Centre in Otigba Market -

Africa: Nigeria's Banks Not in Africa's Top 10 -

El-Rufai's Wife, Children, Held at Lagos Airport -

Tribute to Mahmoud, Ohu -

'Nigeria's Unity Not Negotiable' -

Monday, September 28, 2009

Nigeria unprepared for climate change convention - NEXT

The Country Set to Become World's Second Largest Supplier ... -

Nigeria's oil rebels name mediators - AFP

Cnooc Parent Seeking Stakes in Nigeria Oil Reserves, FT Reports - Bloomberg

China in talks over major stake in Nigerian oil-FT - Reuters

Nigeria's Diamond Bank plans capital raising - Reuters

Spain beats Nigeria 2-0 at U20 WCup - USA Today

Nigeria hopes to boost lending with credit bureaux - Reuters

Community Policing Will Reduce Niger Delta Restiveness ... -

Benue Communities Seek Relocation Over Explosives -

Sins of the Sons -

Between Usain Bolt And Caster Semenya -

A Prayer For Gani Fawehinmi -

Peter Ajayi, Defunct Sketch Md, Dies At 73 -

Nigerian Teens Involved in Drugs -Ndlea -

Ghana to Lecture The Country On Credible Elections -

Hope in Yar'Adua Vanishing, Says CNPP -

Nigeria's 2009 Quality Week Begins in Kano -

Attah - I Had No Problem With Isemin -

Anambra Guber Race - Song Advises Etiaba Over PPA -

Peace Corps Officials Arrest Hawkers At Gwarimpa -

Court Remands Suspected 'One Chance' Operator -

Tenure Regime for Permsecs Dangerous - Shekarau -

Political Woes - ANPP Replies Maxi Okwu -

NGO Faults Nigeria-Israel Arms Deal -

As Fear Grips Jigawa Commissioners -

Zimbabwe: Summit Vital for South-South Co-Operation -

Nafdac Losing War Against Fake Drugs - Pharmacists -

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Six Flags eyes theme park in Nigeria - Washington Times

108 OFWs from Nigeria, Jordan repatriated -

Independence Anniversary: Nigerian Eagle Slashes Fares - THISDAY

'Nigerian banks are among the world's most corrupt' - NEXT

Can Nigeria implement a social security scheme? - Global Politician

Police Move On Editor's Murderers -

INTERVIEW-Most Nigerian rebels take amnesty - ex-militant - Reuters

Nigeria's Ikechukwu Uche Delighted With 'Successful' Knee Surgery -

Nigeria League To Break For FIFA Under-17 World Cup -

Nigerian militants threaten to resume attacks in Bayelsa State - Xinhua

Nigeria needs miracle to qualify world cup: former captain - Xinhua

Nigerian Ex-Militants Protest as Allowances are Not Paid - Newstime Africa

Kidnapped Kaduna government secretary yet to be found - NEXT

Nigerian president returns after Saudi visit - AFP

Saturday, September 26, 2009

'Nigeria's Unity Not Negotiable' - THISDAY

Nigeria and Spain to renew rivalry -

Nigeria Ex-Rebels Protest over Allowances - Voice of America

SECTION 39: Nigeria in a post uni-polar world - NEXT

Nigerian media filled with story on new vaccine to prevent HIV - Le Mali en ligne

Friday, September 25, 2009

Measuring the Geopolitical Risks to Oil's 'Sweet' Spot - Wall Street Journal

Venezuela beats Nigeria 1-0 at U20 wcup - USA Today

Former Nigerian Militants Get Second Chance - Voice of America

Prospects for Justice in Northern and Central Nigeria -

Nigerian Stocks: Union Bank, Intercontinental Bank Advance - Bloomberg

INTERVIEW: Afren's Nigeria Co Poised To Make First Deals-CEO - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian anger over China deaths - BBC News

No Electoral Reforms Without Constitutional Amendment -Na ... -

Gani Fawehinmi - Reminiscences -

The Guardian Reporter, Ohu, For Burial Today -

Kidnapped SSG - ACF, Can Beg Kidnappers -

The Nigerian Ministry of Culture Reads The L - The L Magazine

Why Nigeria Fumbles -

ANPP Will Sweep Kano Polls in 2011 - Scribe -

FG Poised to Prosecute Corruption Cases, Aondoakaa -

No Automatic Ticket for Andy Uba PDP -

CAN, Activist Plead for SSG's Release -

'District 9' depiction angers some Nigerians - CNN International

Bayo Ohu, Murdered Journalist, for Burial Today -

NBA Carpets FG on War Against Corruption -

The Country's Christians, Muslims Urged to Promote Peace -

Amnesty - The Country's Crude Oil Output Rises -

High Cost of Living Affects Pensioners -

Banks' Assets, Liabilities Hit N16 Trillion -

FG Identifies Gaps in Financial System -

Naira Records Highest Appreciation in Two Months -

Tribute - Celebrating the Legacy of Mrs Qbanye At Sun Set -

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Nigeria Demands Apology From Sony For Advertising Slur - G4 TV

'District 9' Banned in Nigeria - AceShowbiz (blog)

Police Implicated in Nigeria Kidnapping - Voice of America

Nigeria roots for cross-border bank supervision - Business Daily Africa

ASUU Ready for Negotiation -

STOCK NEWS AFRICA-Nigeria index rises for fifth straight day - Reuters

Nigeria central bank lawyers ask court to dismiss challenge - Reuters

FIFA U20 World Cup Preview: Ghana & Nigeria Carry Africa's Biggest ... -

North Nigeria politician abducted - BBC News

Nigerian Militants Vow To Keep Weapons As Amnesty Deadline Looms - Voice of America

Nigeria says truce with delta militants holding - The Associated Press

Fish Out Ohu's Killers, Mark Tells Police -

Gani Demystified Legal Profession - Olugbani -

Aviation Workers Suspend Strike, await Yar'Adua's Return -

Crisis Rocks FCT Vendors' Association -

British Prosecutor Admits Lying Against Ibori's Associate -

Sidelights on the CBN Intervention -

Climate Change - Mounting Local, Global Concerns -

'Why We're Intervening in Niger's Political Crisis' -

Doctor given jail time for death of Nigerian first lady - Monsters and

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Nigerian central bank head cleans up - BBC News

Martins recalled by Nigeria - BBC Sport

Nigerian Stocks Gain for Fourth Day: GlaxoSmith, Stanbic-IBTC - Bloomberg

Fifa: 'Nigeria not ready yet' - BBC Sport

Sci-fi movie, Sony ad prompt Nigerian image angst - Reuters

Flour Mills of Nigeria seeks approval to buy rival - Reuters

Requiem For the Education Sector -

Bankole, Governors, NPAN, NUJ Task Police On Ohu's Murder -

The Many Facets of Fasting -

World Bank Predicts Extreme Poverty for 89 Million People -

Aondoakaa Alleges Plot to Cause Rift Between Him, Yar'Adua -

Don't Disappoint The Country, Bassey Begs Flying Eagles -

Pillars, Heartland Match Will Be 50-50 Affair - Emetole -

Nigeria's GTBank sees '09 profit near 30 bln naira - Reuters

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Aviation unions warn international affiliates not to fly into Nigeria - NEXT

Imam Urges Muslims On Vaccination -

Group Urges Govts Intervention on ASUU-Federal Govt Feud -

Press freedom group condemns Nigerian journalist's murder - AFP

Nigeria cbank seeks pan-African bank supervision - Reuters

Nigerian Leader to Go to Saudi For "Working Visit" - New York Times

ANPP Blamed for Country's Democratic Woes -

Boko Haram - Why We Executed Them -

732 Citizens in Chinese Prisons -

Spanish doctor sentenced for Nigerian's death - The Associated Press

No Peace, No Development - Turai -

Ndlea Nabs Guinean Over N69 Million Cocaine At Lagos Airport -

Playstation ad offends Nigeria - TG Daily

My Heart Bleeds For This Country -

One Police-Military Clash Too Many -

Judge delays decision on Eni, Saipem Nigeria deals - Reuters

Ceasefire Extension Excites Oil Majors -

Nigerian news editor murdered -

Monday, September 21, 2009

Ex-Militant Leader Wants Monopoly of Oil Jobs, Operations -

Nigeria Says 'District 9' Is Not Welcome - New York Times

Nigerian president returns to Saudi Arabia - AFP

Uwem Akpan: Oprah Winfrey Chooses Nigerian Priest for Book Club ... - National Ledger

Nigeria's image problem - Reuters

Pilgrims Abscond to Take Menial Jobs Abroad -

FG Will Continue to Subsidise Christian Pilgrimage - Yar'Adua -

Building Collapse - NSE Advocates Death Sentence For ... -

3780 Graduates Benefit From Attachment Programmes - NDE -

Nigeria's to submit bank audit in two weeks - Reuters

Uyo Representative Tussle - Etim Petitions NBA Against ... -

Gene E. Phillips, Chairman of Balkan Energy Company, Meets with ... - Reuters

The Guardian Loses Political Editor to Gunmen -

Guinness Nigeria year pretax profit rises 11 pct - Reuters

Globacom Promises Cheap, Reliable Calls -

14 Banks ' Audit Report Ready in Two Weeks - CBN -

Yar'Adua Travels to Saudi Arabia Again -

Minister Resolves Labour Dispute in Wema Bank -

Which Way, Micro-Finance Banks? (1) -

Bakassi - One Year After -

Ligali Quits Zain As Sainte Marie Takes Over -

P&G, Sponsor-a-Child Collaborates, Launches Local ... -

Muslims 'mass producing' babies to take over Africa, says Nigerian ... -

Eid-El-Fitr -

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs consignment - Press Trust of India

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs - Press Trust of India

Nigeria entrust class of 2007 -

African author Uwem Akpan says humbled by Oprah pick - Reuters

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Nigeria can't meet own health target - NEXT

Fake Drugs: China Apologises to Nigeria - THISDAY

Set To Be FIFA Compliant - THISDAY

Arts, Briefly Nigeria Says 'District 9' Is Not Welcome - New York Times

Oprah's Book Club Picks Nigerian Author's Stories - About - News & Issues (blog)

Oprah's New Book Selection - CDInsight

Nigerian Muslims end Ramadan fast - AFP

GANI FAWEHINMI, 71 - Washington Post

Central Bank under pressure over banks' audit results - Joy Online

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Nigerian Oil Activist Campaign for Legal Option over Armed Struggle - Voice of America

AP News in Brief - The Associated Press

Nigeria aspires among top 20 economies in Vision 20:2020 - Xinhua

Nigerian officials: "District 9" not welcome here - The Associated Press

Nigerian authority bars 14 bank chiefs from going abroad - Xinhua

Fresh riot breaks out in Nigeria's Kaduna State, three feared killed - Xinhua

Nigeria's government is asking cinemas to stop showing a science ... - BBC News

Price wasn't right - Boston Globe

Friday, September 18, 2009

Nigeria Ill-Equipped to Fight Swine Flu - Polls -

Delta Farce: Nigeria's Oil Mess - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian police clash with Shi'ites, one dead - Reuters

'Say You're One of Them' by Uwem Akpan is her latest book club choice. - New York Daily News

Nigerian Stocks Gain for Third Day: Diamond Bank, Guaranty Rise - Bloomberg

70 Percent of Crude to Be Lifted By Local Firms - Minister -

Oprah Winfrey chooses short story collection - The Associated Press

PTDF Sends 500 Citizens On Scholarship to UK -

PDP Chieftain Counsels Ogbulafor's Detractors -

UK Slams Ten-Year Ban On Fraudulent Visa Applicants -

Virgin Nigeria Rebrands, Seeks New Funding - Wall Street Journal

Power Failure Grounds National Assembly -

Anambra 2010 - PDP Screens 19 Aspirants -

Supreme Court Directs Etim to Obey Appeal Court Decision -

Kidnapping - Onovo Deploys 16 Mobile Police Units in Anambra -

...Another Charged With Receiving Stolen Diesel -

SSS Seizes Atuche, Bank PHB MD's Passport -

Why We Extended Ceasefire - Mend -

Man Jailed Two Months For Stealing Beer -

Applicant Charged Over Dry Leaves Possession -

House-Help, Guards Arraigned Over N23 Million Theft -

Gauraka Bridge Collapses...After Five years Warning -

Poor Roads Responsible For Trailer Delays - Customs -

No Going Back On V20 - 2020 - Jonathan -

The Purpose of Zakat-ul-Fitr -

Thursday, September 17, 2009

W'Bank: Capital Flow to Nigeria, Others Drop by $17bn - THISDAY

Parties to Settle Out of Court Over Detained Vessel -

CORRECTING and REPLACING AM Best Assigns Ratings to International ... - Reuters

Nigeria's GTBank H1 pre-tax profit down 30 pct - Reuters

MEND Extends Ceasefire Unconditionally -

Siterra Supports Helios Towers` Rapid Tower Development in Nigeria - Reuters

Five Star Hotel For Kano Soon -

Virgin Nigeria changes name, seeks fresh capital - Reuters

Yar'Adua Denies El-Rufai Passport -

Supreme Court asks Etim to Respect Appeal Court Ruling -

Mend Extends Ceasefire -

Adieu, Gani Fawehinmi -

Can any Nigerian step into Gani's shoes? - Daily Sun

Katsina Spends N7 Billion on Rural Devt -

NNNGO Scribe Leaves For South Africa -

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Nigeria Urges Rebel Group to Accept Amnesty - Voice of America

Nigeria Has Huge Potential, Standard Chartered's Khan Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria rejects Fifa age scans - BBC News

Nigerian Inflation Slows to 11% as Food Costs Ease - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Bailed-out Banks Recover Some Bad Loans - Bloomberg

Nigeria bank audit to be announced early October - Reuters

Nigeria militants extend truce by 1 month - The Associated Press

Gbong Gom Jos Pledges Support For Rebranding Campaign -

Stakeholders Call For Domestication of Maritime Laws -

Total Production to Grow in 2010, Spending on Track - Bloomberg

Relations With Israel -

Virgin Nigeria to have a new name tomorrow - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Sanusi - 100 Days of So Much Mud, Upset, Turmoil -

Saboteurs Plot to Frustrate Constitution Review ... -

Gani - Govt Urged to Institute Social Welfare Scheme For ... -

IT Firm, Benin Republic Sign Regional Optic Fibre Deal -

Nigeria pledges crackdown on oil theft, smuggling - Reuters India

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

IMF says backs Nigerian intervention in banks - Reuters

Nigerian militants extend truce in oil region - Reuters

Nigerian militants extend ceasefire by 30 days - Reuters

Nigerian court grants bail to remaining bank exec, directors - Reuters

Nigeria rebels to decide on truce -

INTERVIEW-Nigeria confident key rebels will embrace amnesty - Reuters

Fear Grips Imo Lawmakers over Rising Cases of Kidnapping -

Guinness Nigeria Recommended at CSL on Beer Growth - Bloomberg

Achebe Joins Brown University -

Anglicans Set to Elect New Primate -

Guinness Ghana, Nigeria and Phoenix Rated 'Outperform' at CSL - Bloomberg

Rights Group Petitions Yar'Adua Over Citizens in ... -

Hajj - Pilgrims Risk Jail for Overstaying -

Five Bank Chiefs Get Bail -

Labourer Bags Six Months for Snatching Handbag -

FCT Bemoans Poor Turnout of Greening Labourers -

Pastor Urges Genuine Repentance Among Christians -

Corruption, Challenge to Governance -- Ayoola -

Ajinomoto Marks 100-Year Anniversary -

Nigeria rocked by Uche injury - BBC Sport

Netcom Africa Signs Deal with SES WORLD SKIES to Expand Broadcast ... - Reuters

Monday, September 14, 2009

An Advocate for the Masses, He Braved Nigerian Dictators - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria rebels 'to end ceasefire' - BBC News

Nigerian Stocks: CCNN, Bank PHB Gain; Benue Cement Falls - Bloomberg

Nigeria Rebel Movement to End Cease-Fire Tomorrow - Bloomberg

Nigerian Court Approves Bail for Three Bank Chiefs (Updatel) - Bloomberg

Nigeria court sets strict bail terms for bank chiefs - Reuters

Diamond Bank Customers Win N24 Million -

From Kuje Prison, Militant Cries For Justice -

Sacked Nigeria bank chief challenges cbank action-lawyer - Reuters

Andoakaa, A Threat to Anti Corruption War -TMG -

Group Petitions Yar'Adua Over Inhuman Treatment of ... -

The Meaning of Gani -

Halliburton - Foreign Suspects Delay Report -

Bishop Commissions School -

EU, UK, Korea, Pledge Support For The Country's Amnesty Deal -

Movement Dedicates Democracy Day to Gani -

How Lost Sim Rewarded Owner With N1 Million -

Police Officers, Five Others Arrested Over Kidnap of ... -

Soludo, 21 Others Pick Nomination Forms -

Imo Lawmaker Kidnapped -

Councillors Impeach LG Chairman in Niger -

There is No Rift in PDP NWC - Halliru Bello -

Prince Audu May Decamp to PDP -

Citizens On Death Row - Serap Asks AU to Stop Libya -

Nigeria 09: Media Centre should be isolated – Adebiyi - The Punch

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Nigerian scams evolve, but motive still money - Chicago Tribune

Trading picks - BusinessDay

Vacancies for Revolutionaries in Nigeria. - NgEX

Nigeria's Ex-Militants Criticize Amnesty Implementation - Voice of America

Major Government Shake-Up Imminent -

Nigeria's Planned 500MW Power Plant To Cost $400 Million Official - NASDAQ

Nigeria, South Africa move to foster relations - NEXT

EXCLUSIVE: Confused Nigeria Prepare 'Shadow' Under-17 Squad In Abuja -

Odion Ighalo On Target As Nigeria's U20s Hold Honduras -

Feature: The Nigerian 'Re-Invasion' (i) - Joy Online

Nigerian Government Displeased with Slim Ads, Demands Apology - PlayStation LifeStyle

Just got back from . . . Abuja, Nigeria - Indianapolis Star

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Ribadu: Life's Hard Abroad, I Miss Nigeria - THISDAY

Eulogies for late Gani Fawehinmi fill Nigerian newspaper pages - Le Mali en ligne

Nigeria's man of few words, Umar Yar'Adua, cracks the whip - Daily Monitor

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash - The Associated Press

Friday, September 11, 2009

Taking Grandad home to Nigeria -

How Super Eagles Inflicted Wounds -

Media Loses a Very Dear Friend -

Super Eagles And the Long Road to 2010 -

2010 World Cup - Ike Uche Doesn't Hold Much Hope -

Q+A-What is at stake in Nigeria's Niger Delta? - Reuters

Unilorin Student Commits Suicide -

Warrant of Arrest - FG Faults Metro Police On Yar'Adua's PPS -

Gani - Prometheus Finally Bound -

FACTBOX-Three key militant leaders in Nigeria's oil delta - Reuters

Northern Nigeria Flour Mills Full-Year Profit Rises Fourfold - Bloomberg

ABC Transport Constructs Terminal in Kaduna -

2010 - Marosky, Blattter's Aide, Sure of Eagles ... -

Extension of Nigeria's Maritime Boundary Not Compensation ... -

Clergy Attributes Peace to Proliferation of Churches -

UK Based Doctor Escapes From Kidnappers in Imo -

Abia Gets New Police Commisioner -

Niger Delta Ministry Begins Issuance of Biometric Forms ... -

Nigeria-Israel International Economic Summit Ends in Abuja -

Gani - Tributes For a People's Lawyer -

Pathfinder Launches Premium DTH Service across Nigeria with SES ... - Reuters

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Gani Lives On in Nigeria's Political Turf - THISDAY

Nigeria begins vast river dredge - BBC News

Africa: Why Don't You Break the Silence? -

Why Corporate Nigeria Shuns NFF, by HITVBoss -

Niger Delta Amnesty - Peace Cannot Be Dictated -

Exxon awards 500 MW power plant contract in Nigeria - Reuters

Dukku Knocks Teachers Over Defective Method -

Representatives Panel Queries Aliero Over Hike in Land ... -

The 27 Soldiers Must Be Released -

Scandal Puts Customs Boss on the Brink -

Nigerian Securities Commission to Review Manipulation (Correct) - Bloomberg

Gani - Tragedy Has Struck The Country! -

Man in Court Over Housebreak, Theft -

He Was a Great Soul, Says Sylva -

FG to Strengthen Relationship With Unesco -

Country-Israel in US$25 Million Arms Deal -

Islamic Group Tasks Zamfara on Sharia -

The "Super Eagles" - Just Like The Country -

ASUU Strike - FG Responsible for Lingering Crisis, Says NLC -

Country is Facing Serious Challenge - CAN -

Group Decries FG, ASUU Faceoff -

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Nigeria FA Boss Sani Lulu Says He Will Not Seek Re-Election -

Why Do They Yearn for Another Gani? -

Chevron Starts Angola Project as Focus Shifts From Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Adswitch of Nigeria's Profit Increases More Than Ninefold - Bloomberg

German airline Lufthansa to make Nigeria aviation hub: minister - Xinhua

Nigeria Forward Ikechukwu Uche: We May Have Lost World Cup Ticket -

Research and Markets: Nigeria's New Petroleum Industry Bill: A ... - Reuters

Petrofac Sees Exciting Opportunities In Ghana,Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Petrofac CEO: Sees Exciting Opportunities In Ghana, Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

NIJ Alumni Celebrates Jakande in Style -

Nigerian Poet Publishes Collection Illustrating Life in the ... - Reuters

The Nation Without Gani -

ANPP - Gani Fawehinmi's Struggle Must Not Be in Vain -

Research and Markets: Nigeria - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and ... - Reuters

Nigeria -Israel Sign Trade Agreement -

UN, Political Parties Meet Over 2011 Polls, Reject Option A4 -

SON Set to Rid The Country of Fake Roofing Sheets -

Kwara Probes Suspended LG Bosses -

Citizens Advised Against High Tension Lines -

Israel is an Occupation Force, Group Says -

Shell Closes Unit At Nigeria EA Oil Field For Repairs - Wall Street Journal

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Nigeria's World Cup Campaign Tops FEC Agenda - THISDAY

Agoro: Lion of Nigerian Bar is Gone - THISDAY

Maitatsine and Boko Haram - Lessons Not Learnt -

Nigerian Governor Pledges Improved Security -- and Investment ... - Voice of America

Nigeria EA oilfield unit shut down -Shell - Reuters

Nigeria urges Israel to work harder on Mideast peace - Reuters

Cadbury Nigeria expects narrower 2009 net loss - Reuters

Israel's Lieberman meets Nigerian vice president - AFP

Nigeria Developing Governance Code to Foil Collapse - Bloomberg

EXCLUSIVE: Jonathan Akpoborie: Nigeria Turned Down Lothar Matthaus ... -

Nigeria Sports Minister Denies Approving Win Bonus After Tunisia Draw -

Police Commission Promotes Efuntayo to DIG -

Osotimehin Appointed Chairman of WHO Panel on Research ... -

Nafdac Seeks Stiffer Penalty Against Drug Counterfeiters -

Writers' Group Wants Sanusi Probed Over FG's Debt to Banks -

Nigeria Pepsi franchise year profit down 10 pct - Reuters

Political Economy of Bank Loans -

Nigerian Stocks, Biggest Laggards, Raised at RenCap - Bloomberg

Afdb Approves $1 Million Technical Assistance Grant for ... -

Lieberman arrives in Nigeria - Ynetnews

'Nigerian fraud' hits vacation rental firm - The Daily News of Newburyport

Monday, September 07, 2009

Court Restrains Olu of Warri Over Community Executive -

Nigerian Stocks: Diamond Bank Gains, Ecobank Nigeria Declines - Bloomberg

Muslim Group Calls For Unity Among Ummah -

CBN Sends Resident Examiners to Banks -

Amnesty - FG's Sincerity Not in Doubt - Group -

Nigerian cbank completes audit of more banks -source - Reuters

Task Force Raids Jabi District, Arrests30 Youths -

Nigeria's scrappy film biz not quite ready for close-up - Kansas City Star

Boko Haram - Muric Raises Alarm Over Arrest of Journalists -

Acholonu - Harvest of Awards for Enigmatic Scholar -

Slippery Art of Epitaphs -

Nigeria Says OPEC Quota Decision Depends on Oil Price - Bloomberg

Is It a Crime to Owe? (iii) -

Standard Bank to Increase Its Nigerian Branch Network by 20% - Bloomberg

Nigeria – Anticipating the next move - BusinessDay

His Unfinished Business -

Federal Character And Quota System Are Good Policies -

Leader's Mission to Change the Course of Rivers State -

FRSC, Motorcyclists Clash in Hadejia -

USA '94 Eagles differ on Nigeria's performance - NEXT

Nigeria`s InterSwitch Selects Gemalto`sComplete Strong ... - Reuters

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Bank Crisis: House Petitions AGF on Bailout - THISDAY

Why Nigeria Failed in Berlin, By AFN President - THISDAY

Nigeria Advances Or Ethnic Warriors Terrorists Prevails? - NgEX

African Qualifiers: Ghana are first to book place - FIFA World Cup ... - ESPN

African Qualifiers: Ghana are first to book place - ESPN

Nigeria suffer Tunisia blow - BBC Sport

Nigeria says amnesty deal a 'huge' success so far - AFP

Nigeria draw 2-2 with Tunisia in wcup qualifier - USA Today

Nigeria bank crisis no big surprise - Daily Nation

Nigeria's UBA eyes the unbanked in Kenya - East African

Nigerian trader claims racial bias at airport - Times of India

Saturday, September 05, 2009

SA feels the heat of Nigerian burnout - The Times

Legendary Nigerian activist dies - BBC News

Nigerian prosecutors challenge bankers' bail bids - Reuters

Africa: Nigeria must soar in battle of the Eagles -

Nigeria Skipper Nwankwo Kanu Will Play Against Tunisia -

Prominent Nigerian activist Gani dies - AFP

Nigerian central bank to meet troubled banks partners in China - Xinhua

Power Outage Disrupts Tunisia Training In Nigeria -

Friday, September 04, 2009

Recent Religious Attacks and the Failure of Governance in Nigeria - American Chronicle

Nigeria/Tunisia: Eneramo Wants to Start against Tunisia -

Nigeria's Chevron Q2 pretax profit more than doubles - Forbes

Uche - Eagles Ready for Challenge -

Nigeria rebels demand amnesty pay, threaten violence - Reuters

Security Guards Charged with Negligence -

Kudirat Abiola's Murder - Group Accuses Oyinlola -

Amodu Demands Intimidating Crowd -

Chancellors Forum Seeks Explanation to Lingering Strike -

Nigerian Stocks: 7-Up Gains; Ecobank Nigeria, Spring Bank Fall - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Chevron Q2 pretax profit more than doubles - Reuters

Nigerian captain assures fans of victory against Tunisia - Xinhua

Landlord Kills Tenant Over House Rent -

Accountants Tasked on Professionalism - Black Box Search Comes to a Close -

Nigeria/Tunisia: Tunisia Coach Reveals Plot to Cage Eagles -

Prof. Adeniran Appointed The Country's Ambassador to US -

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Nigeria Vs Tunisia... Nigeria Vs Tunisia... - THISDAY

Police Avert Bloody Clash in Plateau -

Nigerian Equities: 7-Up, Cement Co. Gain, Union Bank Declines - Bloomberg

Troubled Banks - Sanusi Gets Support -

N420 Billion Bail-Out, I Had the Law's Backing - Sanusi -

How I Was Trained in Afghanistan for Terrorism - Boko ... -

Chevron says Nigeria onshore oil operations normal - Reuters

Cadbury Nigeria gets final approval for share issue - Reuters

Nigeria's Naira Slides as Central Bank Auctions $300 Million - Bloomberg

Group Faults Attacks On David Mark -

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu: We Will Show We're World Best Against ... -

Kutunku Road Construction Commences Soon --Council Scribe -

Crime, Safety Survey Begins in Lagos -

Haunting The Hunter -

Engaging ASUU Truthfully -

The Validity of 2007 Anambra Elections -

Troubled Banks - Foreign Investors Consider Back Out -

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Family Members, Fans Barred from Eagles Camp -

Rebranding - Akunyili Seeks CAN's Support -

Nigeria militant describes training in Afghanistan - The Associated Press

Sanusi Defends Cash Injection Into Ni... - Bloomberg

Mend Denies Arms Surrender Deal -

Presidential Task Force on C... -

World Cup Qualifying Preview: Nigeria... -

Amnesty - Ateke, Tompolo Dis... -

NGO Plans Empowerment For Re... -

Between Nigeria And Tales by... -

Nigeria says 13 interested in Nitel p... - Reuters

Man Bags 18 Months For Cheating -

Two Men Charged With Iron Ro... -

25 Arrested for Sanitation O... -

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Tunisia's Haggui Confident Ahead Of N... -

Tunisia/Country Names Chahed... -

The Tests Will Be Conducted Here In N... - THISDAY

Nigerian Equities: National Salt Gain... - Bloomberg

Nigeria U-17 Team Coach John Obuh Uns... -

Nigeria's Diamond Bank pre-tax profit... - Forbes

Nigerian cbank will intervene in fx m... - Reuters

BPP Blames Slow Implementati... -

Toure to Chronicle 10 Yrs of... -

FRSC Audits Abuja-Lokoja Hig... -

Nigeria's Central Bank Leaves Key Int... - Bloomberg

Nigerian bourse lifts suspension on 5... - Forbes

Nigeria seen leaving rates on hold af... - Reuters

Zain Nigeria Partners with Harris Str... - Reuters

Nigeria's Diamond Bank pre-tax profit... - Reuters

Two Key Nigerian Rebels In Peace Talk... - New York Times

Two key Nigerian rebels in peace talk... - Reuters UK

Challenge of Religious Extre... -

Nigerian bourse lifts suspension on 5... - Reuters

Cost of Militancy, Too Heavy... -

Minister Wants Eagles to 'Die' -

Perform or Resign, Obi Tells... -

Carpenter, Apprentice Die in... -

Call for Nigeria 'no-music day' - BBC News

FIFA to introduce MRI screening at Ni... -

Nigeria Stocks May Rally 37 Percent A... - Bloomberg

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