Google Nigerian News Archive for October 2009

Friday, October 30, 2009

Nigeria joy as Swiss march on -

Will Nigeria's Amnesty Campaign Have a Lasting Impact on the Delta Insurgency? - Jamestown Foundation

Nigeria through as group winners - BBC News

Nigerian MP's election 'rigged' - BBC News

NIGERIA 2009: Reduce pressure on Eaglets, Howard tells Nigerians - Vanguard

Nigeria Fidelity Bank Q1 pretax profit falls 25 pct - Reuters

Nigerian Workers Stage Protest Rally Against Oil Sector Deregulation - Voice of America

Yar'Adua Expresses Worry Over Darfur Crisis -

Pa Soludo - Kidnappers Want N500 Million Ransom in Dollars -

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Nigeria seeks 2nd round ticket, top spot - Le Mali en ligne

Nigeria's Biggest Banks to Extend Market Lead, Renaissance Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Access Bank swings to H1 pre-tax loss - Reuters

Nigeria gives banks deadline for loan loss provisioning details - ISI - Emerging Markets

Last Has Not Been Heard of George's Sentence - Baraje -

Top spot up for grabs -

Post Amnesty Rehabilitation -

Anambra - Halting The Slide to Anarchy -

Nation's UN Security Council Seat -

Fashola - Face of Nation's Re-Branding -

Why We'll Win Kano , By PDP Chair -

Government is Committed to Post-Amnesty - Abbe -

Court Overrules CBN On N620 Billion Bailout -

Police Constable Wins First Lagos Airport Marathon -

We Must Topple Argentina - Obuh -

Post Amnesty - Stakeholders Demand Sustainable Development -

Cleric Urges Muslims to Perform Hajj -

ICC Indictment Forcing Bashir to Stay at Home - Voice of America

Many Nigerians Support Giving Jobs to Former Militants -

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Nigeria approves USD 1.34 bln for rehabilitation - Press Trust of India

So much at stake as Nigeria, Argentina light up - NEXT

Shell Vows to Fight off Chinese over Nigeria's Oil - THISDAY

Bode George: How the Cookies Crumbled - THISDAY

Nigerian Team Racks Up Points at Youth World Cup - Voice of America

African Union Leaders Accept Mbeki Report on Darfur Conflict - Bloomberg

Nigeria-Climate-Change Nigeria ready for world Climate change conference - African Press Agency (subscription)

AU Peace and Security Council meeting opens in Nigeria - Le Mali en ligne

US displays improved defensive discipline against Malawi - US Soccer - ESPN

Challenging Deregulation - Nigerian Labour Needs Alternative ... -

Anogwih, Fakeye, Others Show Identity At CCA -

Nigeria Under-17 Coach John Obuh Sticks With Misfiring Stanley Okoro -

Ransom demand for ex-Nigerian bank boss - Independent Online

Provisions push Nigeria Sterling Bank to pretax loss - Reuters

African Leaders Discuss Proposals for Resolving Darfur Conflict - Voice of America

Nigeria Skye Bank plans 50 bln naira capital raising - Reuters

Shell says would fight Chinese grab in Nigeria - Reuters

UPDATE 1-Nigerian Skye Bank posts Q4 loss after provisions - Reuters

Nigerian Skye Bank posts Q4 loss after provisions - Reuters

Nigerian Cocoa Price Doubles on Increased Demand - Bloomberg

Sudan: Mark Tackles Sudan Over Hostile Treatment -

Lower Oil Prices Hit Eni's Net - Wall Street Journal

CBN Vows to Fight Unethical Banking Practices -

HOSF Office - Yar'Adua Approves Central Travel Unit for MDAS -

Police to Quiz Chris Uba Over Pa Soludo -

African leaders meet in Nigeria on Darfur report - Reuters South Africa

Bafarawa, Others to Refund N2.9 Billion -

First FCT Tourism Week Opens -

Shell: Nigerian Oil, Gas Output Down 100000 BOE/D On Year - Wall Street Journal

Representatives Probe NPA Over Sale of Properties -

Mbeki to unveil Darfur proposals - BBC News

NGA Holds Second Art Competition in Abuja -

Three Policemen, Five Others Die in Kogi Bank Robbery -

Kidnappers of Pa Soludo Demand N500 Million, As Uba Shuns Police -

2011 - NDM Kicks Off in Abuja, Gets Committees -

Ijaw Group Disowns Jomo -

Kidnappers Demand N500 Million for Pa Soludo -

N84 Billion Scam - Bode George, Other Convicts Appeal Judgment -

Nigeria gets apology for diplomatic snub - Le Mali en ligne

Nigeria approves USD 1.34 bn for rehabilitation - Press Trust of India

Sudan apologizes to Nigeria over senate leader plane rows - Sudan Tribune

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

AU peace council to discuss Darfur crisis - AFP

Nigeria's Benue Cement says Q3 profit up 171 pct - Reuters

IMF: Nigeria Economy to Recover Next Year - THISDAY

Nigerian distressed banks to recapitalise soon, says CBN - NEXT

Sudan apologises to Nigeria over senate president's aborted trip - NEXT

UAE pair chasing a dream -

US aims to regroup against Malawi - US Soccer - ESPN

Nigeria approves new projects for restive oil region - AFP

Nigerian Anti-Graft Chief Seeks US Assistance in Prosecuting Corrupt Officials - Voice of America

Nigeria okays $1.34 bln for oil delta development - Reuters

Country and South Africa Celebrate a Decade of Growing Relations -

Nigerian Equity Market: Flour Mills, Lasaco Assurance Advance - Bloomberg

Nigeria bad bank could soak up $2.7 bln: - Reuters South Africa

FG Considers 10 Percent Oil Equity Stake for Niger Delta -

IMF: Nigeria Oil Savings Helped Cushion Crisis Impact - Wall Street Journal

Senators Differ On Senate President's Hostile Treatment By Sudan -

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Nigeria's coach disappointed despite win - Le Mali en ligne

Yarima Has No Future in PDP- Zamfara ANPP Chairman -

Nigeria banks recapitalised soon, economic view bright: - Reuters South Africa

Niger Guber Appeal - Umaru Wants Panel Changed -

Ghana's Tema refinery receives first consignment of Nigerian crude - ISI - Emerging Markets

INTERVIEW-Nigeria's oil equity plan to help end militancy - Reuters

Faseun And Islamic Banking -

CBN Repays Investors N120 Billion -

Education And the Challenges of Globalisation -

Buhari, Atiku's Party Takes Off -

FG - Why Subsidy Will Go -

Excitement Heralds Windows 7 Launch - All Africa ICT

Have You Heard of the New Gold Rush? -

Ex-Militants Threaten to Dump Truce -

Sudan Turns Back Mark's Plane -

Locals Should Celebrate George's Conviction- Aturu -

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Nigeria records first victory - Le Mali en ligne

Kenya eyes victory against Eagles to berth in Angola - The Guardian - Nigeria

Eaglets beat Honduras 1-0, scrape closer to second round - The Guardian - Nigeria

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Kenya's national team continues preparations for WC qualifier against Nigeria - Xinhua

Ajagun lifts Eaglets over Honduras - The Punch

Nigeria jails former ports boss over graft - Reuters South Africa

Society of Physiotherapy Holds Annual Conference -

Global Fund Grant Puts Bednets in Every Home -

Gov Sheirff Commends Daar Communications -

Nigeria edge past Honduras - BBC News

Nigeria's Ruling Party Chief Convicted in Corruption Trial - Voice of America

Nigeria 'shortly' to okay law to give oil money back to Delta - AFP

Problems Plague Cup Openers in Northern Nigeria - Voice of America

Golden Eaglets Tackle Honduras -

Nigeria court jails aide to ex-leader Obasanjo - AFP

Stakeholders Task CBN On Legal Framework -

Nigeria promise no more mishaps - BBC Sport

Nigerian Central Bank Targets Naira Exchange Rate at `Around' 150 a Dollar - Bloomberg

Akingbola - Court Rejects CBN's Motion -

Abuja Home to Over 2000 Sex Workers- Foundation -

The Nation Earns $3.3 Billion Agriculture Remittances-Ifad -

Shareholders May Tackle CBN Boss On Investments in Troubled Banks -

Post-Amnesty - FG to Fast Track Devt in Niger Delta -

Nigeria jails top political aide - BBC News

Bankole Appoints Ebomhiana Media Aide -

Expert Calls On Citizens to Be Fire Conscious -

'Port-Harcourt City to Reclaim Lost Beauty' -

Re - African Leaders And the Darfur Crisis -

Bode George, Five Others Jailed 28 Years -

Six years after, justice is served - NEXT

Around the horn: Spain tops US in under-17 World Cup opener - The Columbian

Nigeria 2009: Yar'Adua Enjoins Nigerians To Support Golden Eaglets - LeadershipNigeria

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Eaglets beg Nigerians, promise to beat Honduras - Le Mali en ligne

Crude Oil to last 27 Days - Peace fm Online

Embassy wined and dined Nigeria sex-probe bishop - Irish Independent

Monday, October 26, 2009

Despite man advantage, US loses to Spain in U-17 World Cup opener -

Falana calls for al-Bashir's arrest - NEXT

'Nigeria accounts for 60% of West African seaborne trade' - The Punch

Nigeria seek to compound Honduras' woes - NEXT

OIL FUTURES:Crude Falls For Third Day After Nigeria Ceasefire - Wall Street Journal

NNPC Allays Fears Over Fuel Scarcity -

US fails to capitalize on perfect start against Spain - US Soccer - ESPN

Deregulating the Downstream Sector -

Contractors disgrace Nigeria, FIFA begs fans to attend matches - Vanguard

Ray of Light: Nigeria's oil rebels announce 'indefinite cease fire' - BloggingStocks (blog)

U-17 - Fifa Tasks Nigerians on Successful Fiesta -

Sudan's Beshir to miss African Union meeting in Nigeria - AFP

When's Next Strike -

Nigerian Equity Market: Flour Mills, Zenith Bank Shares Advance - Bloomberg

Nigeria Stocks May Rally 34 Percent on Bank Mergers, UBA Says - Bloomberg

Kogi Flags Off Enterpreneural Programme for 300 Youths -

N84 Billion Scam - George, Five Others Know Fate Today -

"Missing" NIMASA Helicopter Causes Uproar -

FCT Ndlea Arrests Four Over Indian Hemp -

Eaglets' Draw Restored The Nation's Pride - Laloko -

Amnesty - UN Warns On Danger of Being Sidelined -

Soludo Woos South East Governor -

Nigerian fraud fighters close down 800 scam email addresses - Brand Republic

Immigration Nabs Six Over Human Trafficking -

NGE Lauds FG Peace Efforts in Niger Delta -

Nigeria poised for boom time in corporate bonds - BusinessDay

PDP Appoints Elders' Committee -

MEND Attacks Shell Offshore Terminal -

Weapons-Laden Plane Yet to Be Released -

Strike - FG, ASUU Meeting Deadlock -

Oil price slip on profit-taking, Nigeria ceasefire - AFP

Is Sharing of Excess Crude Income Really Elixir to Reflation? -

Ghana's Tema oil refinery receives Nigerian crude - Reuters Ghana

Sellas Tetteh - Torch- Bearer of African Soccer -

Anambra 2010 - I'm PDP's Candidate -Soludo -

Mimiko's Wife Harps On Politics Without Bitterness -

Emirates Donates Match Tickets to Two Schools -

Time to Congratulate President Yar'Adua -

OIL FUTURES:Crude Falls For Third Day After Nigeria Ceasefire - MarketWatch

Amnesty calls on Nigeria to arrest Sudanese president - CNN International

Nigerian militants reinstate ceasefire - Monsters and

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Human Rights Groups Urge Nigeria to Arrest Sudan's President - Voice of America

Lulu Praises Eaglets' Nigerian Spirit - THISDAY

Oil Falls a Third Day After Nigerian Rebels Declare Ceasefire - Bloomberg

Written by Ishaku Kigbu - LeadershipNigeria

Obaigbena - Niger Delta Crisis Resolution Rests On 4 Pillars -

Women Empowerment - Ekwunife Takes 25 Women to Israel -

Al-Bashir's visit to Nigeria - NEXT

No Nigerian linked to $10m Polymer bribe - Vanguard

Maritime agency to effect ban of foreign vessels on Nigeria's inland waters - NEXT

Internet giants join forces to beat Nigerian e-mail scams - Times Online

African Champions Gambia & Burkina Faso Falter At FIFA U-17 World Cup -

Nigeria U-17 Coach John Obuh: My Team Suffered Stage Fright -

Nigeria teams up with internet giants to beat e-mail scams - The Australian

Nigerian Rebels Declare Indefinite Ceasefire - Voice of America

Rights groups press Nigerian government to arrest Beshir - AFP

FIFA U-17 World Cup football: Nigerian coach says team was tactically ... - Le Mali en ligne

FACTBOX - Nigerian oil rebels reinstate delta ceasefire - Reuters India

Nigeria Cracking Down on E-Mail Scams - SecuObs

Spain holds no fear for US U-17s - US Soccer - ESPN

Nigeria's MEND Orders 'Indefinite Ceasefire' for Peace Talks - Bloomberg

Nigeria's main militant group announces indefinite ceasefire - Xinhua

Nigerian rebels reinstate ceasefire in Niger Delta - Reuters

Nigeria militant group calls indefinite cease-fire - The Associated Press

10 RP seamen stranded in Nigeria on ship violation -

Author wrestles with expectation - Baltimore Sun

Can Nigeria Set Precedent Again To Become First Host Winner? - The Guardian - Nigeria

Saturday, October 24, 2009

African youngsters aiming toget it right in Nigeria - NEXT

NEXT Editorial - NEXT

Nigeria hold Germany in thriller - BBC Sport

Nigeria, Germany share six-goal Under-17 thriller - AFP

U-17 World Cup, suspension of lecturers' strike fill Nigerian media - Le Mali en ligne

SECTION 39: The pot and the kettle - NEXT

Rain Delays FIFA Under-17 World Cup Match Between Nigeria & Germany -

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Nigeria VS Germany (Live Stream) - The Daily Inquirer

It'll be shame if Nigeria doesn't qualify –Essien - Ghana News

Bonfrere fancies Nigeria return - BBC Sport

Nigeria 2009 FIFA Under-17 World Cup Begins - The Guardian - Nigeria

This week on Inside Africa... - CNN International

Government must arrest Sudanese President during visit -

Jack Warner blasts Nigeria as U-17 World Cup starts with hitches - The Punch

Friday, October 23, 2009

Nigeria Tackles Germany as U-17 World Cup Kicks Off - THISDAY

Six banks among most capitalised Nigerian companies - The Punch

Help for Fighting Malaria - New York Times

Fragile Peace In Nigeria Leads To Stable Oil Production -

The Soccer Fiesta Begins -

Nigeria Announces Early Results Of Anti-Scammer Initiative - Security Pronews

Nigerian rebel group wants peace talks before ceasefire -

Nigeria clamping down on online scams - United Press International

Nigerian Rights Groups Protest Sudanese President's Visit - Voice of America

As Nigeria, Brazil chase history, Ugbade gives Eaglets tips for victory - Vanguard

Return to violence in Niger delta a 'real' danger: militant - AFP

Nigeria 2009: Eaglets can defend World Cup, says Howard - Vanguard

Bankole Reads Riot Act to Committee Chairman -

Saraki Decries Deregulation Plan -

2011 - ANPP to Pull Out of GNU -

Nigerian Stocks: AIICO Insurance, Flour Mills, Zenith Bank - Bloomberg

Nigerian Scams No More? Government Cracking Down -

*Amnesty, Youths & A New Beginning - Nigeria Master Web

Nigeria, Microsoft look to halt Internet crime -

Nigeria ready for U17 World Cup - BBC Sport

Blessings of Hajj -

Economic development, Niger Delta and the future of Nigeria - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria in big scamster crackdown - BBC News

Nigeria's Security Council Victory at the UN -

Dangote Supports Ban On Cement Importation -

Eaglets Would Turn Pressure Into Success- Obuh -

Nigeria and Microsoft look to halt Internet crime - Reuters South Africa

Soludo Predicts PDP Victory in Anambra -

Nigeria mulls aid package for troubled airline sector - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria to limit banks to 20 pct market share - Reuters

Okogie Warns Against Sacred Cows -

Nation, US Interact in Customs Operations -

Nationals Hail FG, ASUU Truce -

Abuja Carnival Holds Sponsors' Forum, Unveils New Logo -

Nigeria to begin implementation of Niger Delta master plan - Xinhua

Amnesty urges Nigeria to arrest Sudan's president during visit – The Guardian - Nigerian Bulletin!

Nigeria Won't Let Banks Exceed 20% Market Share, Sanusi Says - Bloomberg

My target is to win U-17 World Cup, says Nigerian coach - Le Mali en ligne

Nigeria, 21 Others Pay UN Dues - LeadershipNigeria

Reps pass bill to promote Nigerian participation in oil industry - NEXT

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Obasanjo Did a Lot of Damage to Anambra Politics –Obi - THISDAY

Nigerian police prepares special escorts for U-17 World Cup - Modern Ghana

Nigeria '09: FIFA insists on MRI test for players - The Punch

Nigeria, Germany rivalry returns - NEXT

Nigeria's anti graft police shuts 800 scam websites - AFP

AU invites al-Beshir for Darfur talks in source - AFP

Under-17 World Cup to Kick Off in Nigeria Amid Doubts - Voice of America

UPDATE 1-Cadbury Nigeria extends rights issue to Oct 30 - Reuters

Things look up as guns fall silent in the oil-rich Niger Delta but... - Daily Nation

President Yar 'Adua Tips Nigeria For 2010 World Cup Qualification - Voice of Nigeria

Nigeria seeks to buy off oil rebels - United Press International

Food Security - Small-Scale Farmers Want Enhanced Support -

Cadbury Nigeria extends rights issue to Oct 30 - Reuters

Nigeria President Umar Yar'Adua Hopes To Support Super Eagles At World Cup -

Nigeria to act on RBA bribe claim - The Age

NCPC Screens 20 States For 2009 Christian Pilgrimage -

Hosts Nigeria & Gambia Carry Africa's Hopes At FIFA U17 World Cup -

Anambra - Inec Supports Uba's Return Bid -

NUT, Secondary School Teachers Disagree As Ogun Strike Persists -

Opec Calls For Concerted Action on Climate Change -

Nokia Siemens Gets Zain Nigeria Network Deal - Wall Street Journal

Kidnappers Still After Me - Suswam -

Ribena Fun Bikers' Competition Berths in Enugu -

As Under 17 World Cup Begins -

Between Ngige, Obi And Soludo -

World Psychiatric Association Regional Meeting Holds in Abuja -

New Vaccine for Prevention of Cervical Cancer -

Tom Tom Emerges Official Supporter of Fifa U-17 World Cup -

Deputy Governor Commends Military -

Ex-BankPHB MD Sues EFCC for N50 Million -

Nigeria Set For The World - LeadershipNigeria

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Nigeria is gravely at risk of climate change - NEXT

Lulu Asks Fans to Support Eaglets - THISDAY

Niger Delta and Politics Hereafter - THISDAY

Nigerian Cocoa Shipments Increased by 48% in August - Bloomberg

Yar'adua hopeful on World Cup - NEXT

Africa's Anglicans Weigh Vatican Offer - Wall Street Journal

Yar'Adua to Receive World Cup Trophy Today -

Detained Nigerian girl found trying to strangle herself -

N860 Million Fraud - Ex-Bank Chief Knows Fate On Oct. 26 -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria's Zenith Bank profit dented by loan losses - Reuters

Nigerian rebels want peace talks before ceasefire - Reuters

FIFA U-17 WC: Nigeria assures of ''water-tight'' security - Le Mali en ligne

'Peace returning to Nigeria' - News24

Top Nigerian Ruling Party Official Pledges Fast Reconstruction of Niger Delta - Voice of America

Nigeria's Zenith Bank profit dented by loan losses - Reuters

OPEC Gives Cautious Praise To Nigeria - OfficialWire

Reps Probe Soludo, Others Over Banking Sector Crisis -

No Going Back On Deregulation - FG -

FG Bans Importation of Bagged Cement -

U-17 2009 - Tickets Not Yet Available in Enugu -

Honduras Target U-17 2009 World Cup Trophy -

El-Rufai's Passport Saga -

Nigeria hopes peace can bring big China deals - CNN International

Delta Region to Receive 10% of Nigeria's Oil Revenue - Newstime Africa

Nigeria Energy Minister: Satisfied With $60-$70/Bbl Oil Price - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria 2009: Security Sub-committee Assures On Adequate Security - LeadershipNigeria

Bank reforms: Swapping jobs for banks' stability? - The Guardian - Nigeria

Yar'Adua to Unveil World Cup Trophy to FEC Today - THISDAY

Nigeria Gives Cement Manufacturers Incentives to Boost Output - Bloomberg

Abuja Agog as Eaglets Return to Defend Cup - THISDAY

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Comment: Why didn't Pastor Joshua help Nigeria qualify for the World Cup? - Joy Online

Banks shake-up: Reps order probe of CBN, NDIC, SEC - The Punch

First Bank Predicts Bright Future for Nigerian Football - THISDAY

UN investigator tells of horrors of world prisons - Washington Post

A hope for Nigeria - Financial Times

Uncertainty, Confusion Hit Fuel Market Ahead of Deregulation -

Opec to Consider Higher Quota for Country -

Return From the Brink -

Youth Corper Nabbed With Cocaine -

Brazil Arrive In Nigeria For FIFA Under-17 World Cup -

U-17s to showcase new attacking philosophy in Nigeria - US Soccer - ESPN

Nigerian president meets with longtime militant - The Associated Press

Albon Tasks Federal Govt on Road Rehabilitation -

NNPC to Import 90 Cargoes of Fuel -

Rioters Hold Up Minister, NTA DG on Highway -

Guinean Lady Nabbed With Cocaine at MMIA -

N620 Billion Bank Bailout - Rep Drags Sanusi, Aondoakaa to Court -

Nigerian Stocks: Bank PHB, Nigerian Breweries Among Most Active - Bloomberg

Nigeria 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup - Nwosu Charges Golden Eaglets -

Time for a Full-Fledged Minister for the Environment -

Legislative Intervention in Gas Sector -

Planned Introduction of Specialised Banks - Matters Arising -

Nigeria president, ex-rebel discuss Delta peace - Reuters

Debtors Face EFCC Today -

That Agbaso Blackmail On the Presidency -

Nigeria to Join Wada Executive Committee in 2011 -

Former soccer players tips Nigeria for gold in U17 championship - Xinhua

Sardauna is the Answer to Our Problems -- Sule -

Nigerian rebel in amnesty talks - BBC News

Fifa U-17 - Yar'Adua Assures the World -

Bank Debtors, EFCC Hold Meeting At Secret Location -

CBN Scandal - I'm Ready to Answer Any Question - Soludo -

FG to Give 10 Percent Oil Revenue to Niger Deltans -

Dinguerai - the Legend of Fatoumata Hausa -

No Going Back On Subsidy -

80 Percent of Our Income Goes Back to Oil Consuming Nations - Opec -

Somerville architect creates fish farms in Nigeria - The Star-Ledger -

Nigeria to Invest $950 Million in Oil Region, thisday Reports - Bloomberg

High Court Assures Speedy Trial of Mgbidi Case -

Onitsha - Police Kill Two Robbery Suspects -

First Bank of Nigeria Open to Strategic Partnerships in Africa - Bloomberg

Bank Debtors Shun EFCC -

Iwuanyanwu - Why We Visited Yar'Adua -

Amnesty - Okah Meets Yar'Adua -

Monday, October 19, 2009

Transient charged with setting blaze 6 days before Station fire - Los Angeles Times

Globacom Rallies Support for Eaglets - THISDAY

Polymer Scandal: I'm Ready to Defend Myself, Says Soludo - THISDAY

Bank Crisis: CBN, Aondoakaa Dragged to Court - THISDAY

Wildfire arson suspect in custody -

OPEC to support Nigeria's deregulation - NEXT

Nigeria Round Up Preparations For Under 17 World Cup With Victory -

Awareness Train Moves to Kano, Kaduna -

Children Denounced As Witches Are Tortured, Killed - KWTX

Nigeria's banking sector on road to recovery: central bank chief - AFP

Nigerian president seeks ex-rebel's help on militants - Reuters

Fifa World Cup Trophy Arrives Today -

Nigeria 'to give 10% of oil cash' - BBC News

No Future for Democracy Without Uwais' Report, Says Audu -

West Africa: Niger Delta - Shell, ELF Want Ecowas Court Suit Dismissed -

Ndukwe - a Death, Our Pain -

Nigeria considers oil equity stake for Niger Delta - Reuters UK

CNPP Scribe Escapes Assassination -

The Nation Deserves Security Council Permanent Seat - PDP -

Oron Area Police Command Foils Robbery Attack -

Nigeria offers oil deal to delta: report - AFP

Nigeria's anti-graft body grills big bank debtors - AFP

Nigeria Loses $3.3 Billion Due to Delta Violence, Ministry Says - Bloomberg

Govt Spends N70 Million on Aviation Students -

Front Against Yar'Adua Debuts Soon -

Vision 2020 - Shell Chairman Says Political Will Key -

Pan, ITF Train 40 On Vocational Education -

Nigeria 2009 - Police Assure of Security -

Citizens And Deregulation -

Anambra 2010 - ALP Wants Soludo, Ngige, Others Disqualified -

Nigeria hunts debtors after latest bank bailout - Reuters

FG, Niger Govt Harp On Potential of Culture Industry -

Dele Giwa - Family Complains of Neglect -

FG Insists On Nationalisation If Weak Banks Fail to Recapitalise -

PDP Will Capture Yobe in 2011 -Talba -

Ilorin Juma'at Mosque Rakes in N600 Million -

Job Seeker Jailed Cor Car Theft -

NOA to Begin Campaign On 7-Point Agenda -

Gombe Stops Charges in Public Schools -

We Believe in Judiciary- Kogi Governor. -

Acergy Gets $500M Contract Offshore Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria Offers Delta Residents 10% of Oil Projects, FT Reports - Bloomberg

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Achebe calls for revolution in Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria to head UN Security Council - NEXT

Eguavoen Calls for New Eagles' Spirit - THISDAY

Nigeria offers 'revolutionary' oil deal to delta - Financial Times

Official says Nigeria's economic growth will triple by 2020 - NEXT

Anambra 2010: Okonkwo rejects Soludo - Vanguard

Indian businessmen among Nigerian bank debtors - Press Trust of India

Nigeria's gas project excites OPEC - Triumph

A Lack of Flare - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria plans oil cash deal in Niger Delta-FT - Reuters India

Nigeria to use oil revenue to end revolt - Financial Times

Nigeria's opposition party hails Ghana - Le Mali en ligne

Nigerian govt declares MEND 'enemies' - Le Mali en ligne

Oando, Gazprom form Nigeria energy partnership - Reuters India

UN Security Council Seat: FG Expresses Satisfaction - LeadershipNigeria

Ghana looks to World Cup after U-20 success - CNN International

ECOWAS urged to act on Guinea, Niger as summit opens - Le Mali en ligne

W. Africa puts arms embargo on Guinea - Los Angeles Times

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Churches denounce African children as 'witches' - Washington Post

Gun amnesty puts Nigeria's oil output back on track - Peninsula On-line

The fear of oil sector deregulation - NEXT

Oil companies cautious about amnesty - NEXT

Churches involved in torture, murder of thousands of African children ... - Los Angeles Times

GSM Operators Bared From Acquiring M-Tel -

Deregulation - FG, Labour Spoil for War -

Nass to Pass Petroleum Industry Bill Before Year End --Ekweremadu -

West African leaders meet to discuss Guinea crisis - The Associated Press

Iata Suspends Bellview Airlines -

Liberia: Nigerian First Lady On Official Visit to Liberia -

OPEC urges Nigeria to cooperate with IOCs - BusinessDay

Sacked bank chiefs, held in Nigeria - Independent Online

Africa is the key to peace - The Kingston Whig-Standard

Nigerian inflation dips to 10.4% - AFP

Nigerian military beefs up security in Niger Delta - (press release)

Friday, October 16, 2009

Nobody will rig Anambra governorship election – Edozie Madu - The Punch

UPDATE 1-Nigeria govt may acquire shares in 9 rescued banks - Reuters

INTERVIEW-EU open to providing aid to Nigeria's Niger Delta - Reuters

Food Crisis Not Yet Over -

Obama - Nobel War Prize -

Anambra - PDP Moves to Reconcile Warring Factions -

Nigeria's president insists oil war over - United Press International

Liberia: Nigerian First Lady Ends Visit -

Nigerian Stocks: United Bank, Unity Bank Among the Most Active - Bloomberg

Country Clinches UN Security Council Seat -

Suspension of Strike - Ui Students Resume Amid Lull in Activities -

Corruption - Don't Spare us, Senate Tells EFCC, CBN -

Niger-Delta - Tompolo Escapes Death -

REFILE-UPDATE 1-Nigeria's GTBank Q3 pretax profit falls 22 pct - Reuters

Oil Fluctuates as Nigerian Rebels End Cease Fire, Dollar Drops - Bloomberg

United Nations: General Assembly Elects Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Gabon ... - TMCnet

MEND to resume attacks - NEXT

Obama's Nobel Peace Prize -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria's UBA Q4 pretax falls on provisions - Reuters

Nigeria To Form Asset Mgmt Co To Revitailze Bourse - Ctrl Bk - Wall Street Journal

Flour Mills Nigeria Q1 profit jumps 63 percent - Reuters

FAAN to Sack 1000 Workers in December -

Nigeria's UBA Q4 pretax falls on provisions - Reuters

PDP Chieftain Asks Court to Stop Soludo -

Institute of Directors Endorses Sanusi's Banking Reforms -

Nigeria's Fate Lies With Luck And Prayers - Nwosu -

Sierra Leone Refutes Rumors It Voted Against Nigeria's Security Council Membership - Voice of America

Nigerian Rebel Group MEND Says It Resumes Hostilities - Bloomberg

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Anambra's Big Triangular Guber Battle - THISDAY

Nigeria Wins UN Security Council Seat - THISDAY

Nigeria Hails 'Entire African Block' for Backing its Security Council Bid - Voice of America

FACTBOX-Nigerian rebel group weakened after key departures - Reuters

Nigerian militants end ceasefire, threaten attacks - Reuters

Nigeria elected to the UN Security Council rotational seat - NEXT

New on UN Council, Nigeria and Brazil Not Keen to Use It, Lebanon Won't Recuse - Inner City Press

Interest Expressed in Nigeria Banks, Bank Chief Says - Wall Street Journal

Reps Summon Aondoakaa, Omotoba to Probe N4.9 Billion Sugar Fund -

Anambra 2010 - Ekwueme, 36 Aspirants Okay Soludo -

Otedola, Dangote, Anenih, Ibrahim, Offor Top New Debtors of Sick Banks -

Five Countries Elected to Two-Year Security Council Terms - Voice of America

Nigerian rebels vow to hit oilfields again - United Press International

Ecowas to discuss crisis in Guinea - Daily Nation

Bosnia elected to UN Security Council first time - AFP

Shell Nigeria, Saipam Sign Bonga Offshore Facilities Pact - Wall Street Journal

New Security Council members elected - The Associated Press

ANALYSIS-Gun amnesty puts Nigeria's oil output back on track - Reuters

Guinean junta leader faces possible sanctions as ECOWAS leaders meet - Le Mali en ligne

Nigerian former VP among bank debtors: central bank - AFP

Nigerian President Declares Oil Attacks Over - Voice of America

Top Nigeria official on debt list - BBC News

Nigeria may lift ban on treating gunshot wounds - The Associated Press

AC Flays JTF on Waterfront Shootout -

Nigeria's banking crisis - GlobalPost

Nigeria's armed group threatens to resume attacks - AFP

Anambra - 36 Aspirants Endorse Soludo -

Networks Mobilise For Poverty Eradication Campaign -

PDP - Brouhaha Over Soludo's Adoption -

Yar'Adua, Yayi, Chirac, Others Sign Pact On Fake Drugs -

Turai Yar'Adua Declares Nafest Open -

Nigerian president says amnesty has led to peace - The Associated Press

Only Luck Can See Eagles Through - Nwosu -

Grandma Inserts 20 Wraps of Cocaine in Private Part -

Bosnia, Lebanon, Gabon, Nigeria and Brazil expected to win Security Council seats - The Canadian Press

CORRECTED - UPDATE 2-Bad loans at 5 Nigerian banks total $2.6 bln - Reuters

Nigeria's Central Bank Publishes New List of Bank Debtors - Bloomberg

Security Council: Maduekwe Makes Case For Nigeria - LeadershipNigeria

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Nigeria Police Hail EU Logistical Support Pledge - Voice of America

Old and new faces make up banks' N349bn debts - NEXT

Guineans Protest In Lagos, Want Camara Ousted - THISDAY

Yar'Adua urges support for made-in-Nigeria goods - NEXT

Kenya rallies fans ahead of Nigeria clash - NEXT

UPDATE 1-Bad loans at 5 Nigerian banks total $2.6 mln - Reuters

Nigerian president tells OPEC unrest in south is over - AFP

Nigeria – Guinea – Niger: African Nations to hold talks on Guinea and Niger ... -

Nigeria bans foreign drinks at all govt functions - Reuters

NNPC Blames Fuel Queue in Abuja On Marketers -

Odemwingie - We Must Work On Our Mentality -

Nigerian First Lady Arrives Today - Liberian Daily Observer

Senate Endorses Sanusi's Reform -

'Poor State of Refineries Will Not Disrupt Deregulation' -

Police Evacuates Returnee Traders -

Nigeria lifts gunshot medical ban - BBC News

Anambra - Six Aspirants Make U-Turn on Soludo -

Post-Amnesty Stock-Taking -

PTF Gives Up On Eagles -

Deregulation Date Mere Speculation -- Nupeng -

Turai Yar'Adua Flags Off Nafest 2009 -

'The Country Spends US $3 Billion Annually on Food Importation' -

Will Solar Power Make a Difference? -

Wild Paradox of District 9 -

The Road to State Failure -

FG Yet to Achieve Full Disarmament in Niger Delta -

ECOWAS summon extra ordinary summit on Guinea, Niger - Xinhua

Nigeria, Kenya negotiating new visa regime - Le Mali en ligne

Nigeria Seeks IMF Endorsement Of Petroleum Reform Bill - LeadershipNigeria

US urges restraint, dialogue on Niger Delta crisis - AFP

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

IMF Endorses Nigeria's Oil Industry Reform Bill - THISDAY

Keeping Soldiers in the Barracks -

Yar'Adua welcomes new visa agreement with Kenya - NEXT

Kenyan striker axed from WC qualifier match against Nigeria - Xinhua

CBN governor queries Australian central bank over bribery scandal - NEXT

Pius Adesanmi - NEXT

Federal Govt Urges Unesco on Education -

Egwu Makes Case for Nigerian Students in Russia -

Nigerian insurers should drive local content flow - Vanguard

Nigeria to hand out $2 bln from oil savings on Fri - Reuters India

West African Central Banks May Adopt Single Regulation -

Oiling Democracy, 49 Years After -

Nigeria's ruling party, opposition trade words over candidate's nomination - Le Mali en ligne

Nigerian Stocks: Bank PHB, Spring Bank Among Most Active Stocks - Bloomberg

Nigerian senators back central bank after bailouts - Reuters

Shell Nigerian onshore oil output heavily down - Reuters

RBA gets 'please explain' - The Age

MEND Commanders Have Done Well -

Mozambique Skipper Tico Tico Picks Nigeria For World Cup -

Odemwingie wants fans support - BBC Sport

Shell CEO: Nigeria Security Situation Still Very Fragile - Wall Street Journal

Declare 2010 Textile Revival Year -

Ousted Guinean Leader Arrives in Nigeria -

Anambra - CNPP to Sue PDP Over Guber Process -

Falana Faults FG's on Ribadu, El-Rufai Passports -

FG Warns Aviation Workers Against 'Illegal Strike' -

Yar'Adua Approves N6.5 Billion for Ex-Militants -

Anambra - Soludo Not Imposed, PDP Says -

Eagles - Scaling Kilimanjaro -

UN Security Seat - FG Seeks Envoys' Support -

NIGERIA: Snatching Defeat From The Jaws Of Victory - Strategy Page

Soludo - Police Foil Fresh Protests -

Odemwingie calls for Nigerian support - BBC Sport

Australia, EFCC Probe CBN Polymer Bribe Scandal -

Yar'Adua to Declare Third AU Sports Ministers' Confab Open -

Deregulation - Afenifere, NLC, Nupeng Dare Federal Government -

Firm Gives Panacea to Power Crisis -

Nigeria calls for Guinea crisis talks - Times LIVE

Firm Seeks Enforcement of Tribunal Ruling -

Aspirants, Delegates Demonstrate Against Soludo -

Monday, October 12, 2009

Deregulation: Labour Storms Abuja Oct 29 - LeadershipNigeria

Eagles fail to sway Nigerians - NEXT

Homeless man wanted for questioning in Station fire - Los Angeles Times

NLC Reiterates Opposition to Deregulation - THISDAY

Eagles fail to sway - NEXT

FG Charges Oil Firms on Policy Review - THISDAY

Nigerian workers threaten to fight fuel price hike - AFP

Expansion of Islamic Law Threatens Nigeria's Stability - Adventist News Network

Adventists Press for Saturday Recognition - Adventist News Network

Adventist Church Applauds City Government Efforts To Sue Tobacco ... - Adventist News Network

Stars remain in danger zone to the very last group match - Daily Nation

Ex-city planner gets 4-12 years in boxer's slaying - The Associated Press

Anambra - How Soludo Emerged PDP Candidate -

UBA Bags Farmers Bank of The Year Award -

70 people burned to death -

'Eagles Can't Afford to Drop Points' -

Zain sees no risk from Econet's lawsuit - Daily Nation

Nigeria/Tunisia: Mixed Reactions Trail Super Eagles' Draw With Tunisia -

Nigerian, Kenyan Acts Dominate MTV Africa Music Awards - Billboard Business News

PDP Mourns Ekhabafe, Sets Up Burial Committee -

Yar'Adua's Wife Lectures Against Corporal Punishment -

FG Postpones Amnesty Terms -

Nigeria beats Mozambique 1-0 in 2010 World Cup qualifier - keeps hope alive - NgEX

APGA - Okorie's Group Loses Suit On National Convention -

Change We Can't Believe in -

Why We Embarked On Radical Reforms on Banks -

SA's Econet and Zain in dispute over Zain Nigeria - ISI - Emerging Markets

Nigeria to concentrate on Kenya match for World Cup qualification - Xinhua

An Open Petition to President Umaru Yar 'Adua -

Afribank Takes Hard Stance on Debtors -

Nigerian striker hails African football's fast growing - Xinhua

Enugu Centenary Celebration -

Glo Lagos Marathon Gets World Recognition -

Nigeria condemns human rights violation in W Sahara - Xinhua

500 Children Die Daily in Road Crashes - Chidoka -

Representatives Summon Muhtar, Lawal Over Ferma Funds -

Woman Collapses On Lagos Pedestrian Bridge -

Financial Experts Commend CBN On Indsutry Reforms -

Group Hails Yar'Adua Over Amnesty -

India-Nigeria bilateral trade scales new heights - Hindu Business Line

Zain Not Worried by Celtel Nigeria Lawsuits, Al-Rai Reports - Bloomberg

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Climate Change: $200m Voted for Nigeria, S'Africa - THISDAY

Nigerian Orphan Finds Home in Minn. -

70+ Killed In Nigeria Oil Tanker Explosion - RTT News

Bag cost threatens Nigeria's cocoa exports - NEXT

Financial Stability Ratings: Britain Sinks Below Nigeria - THISDAY

Ex-Guinean Leader Seeks Nigeria's Support Against Military Rule -

Post-Amnesty... Another Winding Road to Travel? - THISDAY

Algeria, Tunisia, Nigeria win qualifiers - Globe and Mail

Nigeria beat Mozambique 1-0 in World Cup qualifier - Xinhua

Central Bank to grant licences for specialised banks - NEXT

Opposition criticises PDP's choice of Soludo - NEXT

Algeria, Tunisia win to move closer to making World Cup; Nigeria stay alive - The Canadian Press

Algeria a point away, Nigeria seconds away from elimination - Summary - Earthtimes (press release)

African Qualifiers: Nigeria hang by a thread - ESPN

Nigeria opposition pokes fun at ruling party over failed primaries - Le Mali en ligne

Nigeria 2009: Kano fans raise security concern - Vanguard

Nigeria beats Mozambique 1-0 in WCup qualifier - USA Today

Oil groups battle plans for Nigeria overhaul - Financial Times

Heartland reach Champs Lge final - BBC Sport

Amnesty: Nigeria Can Solve Her Problems – ACF - THISDAY

Lawyer fought for democracy in Nigeria - Sydney Morning Herald

RBA bosses approved tactics in Nigeria deal - The Age

Children raise funds for orphans in Nigeria - Le Mali en ligne

Telecom Investment in Nigeria Hits $18bn - AngolaPress

70 People Die as Fuel Tanker Explodes in Nigeria - Newstime Africa

China Battles Western Oil Majors Over Nigeria's Deep Water Fields - LeadershipNigeria

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Over 70 die in Nigeria road accident - Press Trust of India

Apathy As Eagles Take on Black Mambas - The Guardian - Nigeria

Britain to Assist Nigeria in Drug War - THISDAY

Fuel tanker fire leaves 70 dead in Nigeria - PRESS TV

Telecom Investment in Nigeria Hits $18bn -

Mambas Nations Cup dream dangerous for Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria's multiple cables to enhance broadband connectivity - NEXT

Over 70 die in Nigeria road accident - SamayLive

Nigerian Gas Truck Blast Kills 14, Injures Eight, Official Says - Bloomberg

Exclusive With Nigeria's Kalu Uche: Contemplating Defeat Is Out Of The Question! -

Nigeria tanker explosion kills 70 - BBC News

Nigeria oil tanker truck explosion kills 14 - The Associated Press

Injury Rules Out Nigeria's Mikel Obi From Mozambique Clash -

Around 70 feared dead in Nigeria fuel tanker crash - Reuters

Up to 80 dead in Nigeria oil tanker explosion - AFP

Nigerian Corner: Time Nigeria Hired A Foreign Coach -

Cote d'Ivoire, Cameroon Set To Seal 2010 World Cup Berth, As Nigeria Fret - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria, Britain cooperate in fighting drug trafficking - Xinhua

Nigerian leader meets former militant leaders on rehabilitation plan - Xinhua

Nigeria's poor governance credentials - Joy Online

China eyes major Nigerian offshore oilfields - Alibaba News Channel

Friday, October 09, 2009

Nigeria Returns To IOC, As Rogge Gets Re-Elected - The Guardian - Nigeria

Chevron Update: Positive Upstream - Seeking Alpha (blog)

Nigeria seek huge favour from Kenya - Daily Nation

Nigerian president meets ex-militants after amnesty - AFP

African Wealth, Style At a Glamorous Juncture -

Reps Angry Over NYSC Member's Murder -

Anambra PDP - Issues, Intrigues -

Chevron sees higher earnings from oil production - MarketWatch

Nigeria/Tunisia: When is Tunisia Playing? -

FG Vows to Crush Mend -

Nigeria's Zenith plans 300 bln naira capital raising - Reuters

Reps Seek Honour for Murdered NYSC Member -

Chevron production rises, downstream flat - Reuters

Nigerian gov't vows to confront main militant group - Xinhua

Strike May Last a Year - ASUU -

Sokoto ANPP Suspends Chairman -

Anambra - PDP Summons Ekwueme, Akunyili, Others -

A Night With Gulder Ultimate Heroes in Awka -

Nigeria/Egypt: Flying Eagles Flop and Raison d'être -

The Massacre in Guinea -

Priest and Irish Aid Pioneer Braved Civil Wars - Washington Post

Nigeria's militant group to resume attacks - Hindustan Times

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Nigerian President Yar'Adua to Meet Militant Leaders Friday - Voice of America

Mourners pay respects to Fr Aengus Finucane - Irish Times

Chevron Q3 production rises, downstream flat - Reuters

UK doctor: My Nigeria kidnap ordeal - BBC News

Super Eagles fail to soar as Nigerian football faces up to change -

Nigeria's oil output between 1.6-1.7 mln bpd : minister - AFP

INTERVIEW-Ignore Nigerian militant group, says ex-rebel leader - Reuters

Anambra 2010 - Obi, Ngige, Others Pick Guber Tickets -

'Thousands' disarmed in Nigeria - BBC News

2010: Nigeria, Egypt in danger of missing out - Independent Online

Siasia: 'We all lose together' - BBC News

'FG Should Cut Trade Ties With China' -

Oil rises above $70 on weaker dollar, Nigeria risk - The Associated Press

FCT - N75 Billion Raised for Mass Housing -

Nigeria lose to Germany (3-2 ); out of Under-20 World Cup - NgEX

Nigeria Producing About 1.6 Million Barrels Oil a Day - Bloomberg

'The Country's Universities Have No Financial Autonomy' -

Nigerian anti-graft agency to quiz ex-bank chiefs - AFP

AEPB Officials Arrest Hawkers -

Rape - Afenifere Demands Justice For Dead NYSC Member -

Berger's Foreign Staff Beats Nigerian to Coma -

Anambra And the Challenges of Political Desperation -

Police And Gunshot Victims -

Amnesty - Yar'Adua to Announce Five Percent Royalty For Oil Communities -

World Cup Qualifying Preview: Nigeria - Mozambique -

UN Agency Condemns Ohu's Killing -

Nigerian militants vow to resume attacks next week - The Associated Press

Anambra 2010 - Victims of PDP Crisis -

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Econet disputes Zain's ownership of Zain Nigeria - Reuters India

10-man Germany beats Nigeria 3-2 at U20 World Cup - Malaysia Star

EFCC Links Capital Market Boom to Manipulation - THISDAY

ECOWAS praises 'success' of Nigeria's amnesty programme - NEXT

Nigeria ranks 35th on Mo Ibrahim index - NEXT

Nigeria bourse to review suspension of 2 bank stocks - Reuters

Nigeria beaten in U20 World Cup - BBC Sport

Nigeria to spend oil cash reserve - BBC News

Nigeria militants say to resume oil attacks - Reuters

Who Will Save Guinea? -

Nigeria weapons shipment seized - BBC News

Nigeria's UBA bank launches Kenyan operation - Reuters

Is Nigeria rising from slumber? - Daily Nation

Nigerian Crime Unit to Question More Sacked Bank CEOs - Bloomberg

Nigeria anti-graft police to question bank execs - Reuters

Fifa U-20 - Flying Eagles in Suez for Germany -

Untold Story of How Ohu, the Guardian Journalist Was Murdered -

Nigeria says pumps more oil as violence subsides - Reuters UK

Governors Okay N300 Billion Stimulus Package -

2011 - Alao-Akala Dismisses Ladoja's Chance in PDP -

Guarding Our Independence -

INEC Summons PDP Exco Over Anambra Primaries -

Yar'Adua to Flag Off 'Made in Nigeria' Campaign -

Key Nigerian militants taking part in amnesty deal - The Associated Press

Boy, 17, Commits Suicide -

Western Sahara - Right Activist Urges Nigeria to Pressure Morocco -

Eguavoen, Shofoluwe Task Flying Eagles on Discipline -

Naira Notes Bribery -Only CBN Can Award Contract -

D'Tigress Begin Campaign in FIBA Championship -

Anambra Polls - Iwu Demands Transparency from PDP -

Niger Delta - Udenwa Warns Against Return of Militancy -

Fighting Poverty in Bauchi State -

Bank Crisis - Federal Government, States Share $2 Billion -

Nigeria/Egypt: Obaseki Faults Flying Eagles Camping -

CBN Withdraws N48.9 Billion From Circulation -

Regional bloc commends Nigeria's amnesty for rebels - AFP

We want to finish Nigeria early, says Germany's coach, Hrubesch - The Guardian - Nigeria

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Rio de Janeiro 2016 and Nigeria - BusinessDay

Negedu won't play after surgery - ESPN

Zain's Dispute in Nigeria May Complicate Plans to Sell Stake - Bloomberg

Erico tips Nigeria for final - The Punch

Counting Down to 2010 Independence Anniversary -

Nigeria to pump $2 bln oil money into economy: minister - AFP

Can the Country Ever Get It Right Electorally? -

Deregulation - Federal Govt Rallies Oil Marketers -

Nigerian Stocks Rise for Fourth Day; Oando, Access Bank Move - Bloomberg

Nigeria extends Nitel bid deadline to end-October - Reuters

How Obasanjo Imposed Yar'Adua on US - Fani-Kayode -

Pfizer - Trustees to Spend N706 Million on Logistics -

Nigeria Police On International Crisis Management Confab -

African aid pioneer Aengus Finucane dies in Dublin - The Associated Press

Five Banks On Verge of Collapse - CBN -

Anambra and the Road to Dubai - The Real Issue -

Standard Bank Watches Nigerian Crisis as 'Interested Bystander' - Bloomberg

95000 Citizens for This Year's Hajj -

FCTA Concludes 2009 Hajj Arrangements -

Plateau to Implement LG Audit Report -

Stocks - Bank PHB, Spring Bank On Technical Suspension -

Ibori Denies Face-Off With Obasanjo -

Amnesty - Tompolo Weeps -

Architects Task FG On Mass Housing -

Another Look at Our Nation -

World Teachers' Day - FG Rewards Teachers -

Still on The ASUU Strike -

In Praise of Akunyili on South Africa's Anti-Nigeria Film -

Stakeholders Seek Review of NHIS -

Plateau Youths Chides Ogbulafor Over PDP -

IMF Calls On Members to Strengthen Structural Reform -

Oxfam Berates World Bank, IMF -

We're Ready for World Cup - Ndanusa -

Union Leader Tasks Federal Government On Job Creation -

How Wema, Unity Bank Escaped CBN Sanction -

Monday, October 05, 2009

Governance Index: Nigeria Improves Ranking - THISDAY

Nigeria says wants naira in present band - Reuters India

OIL FUTURES: Crude Inches Lower As Geopolitical Worries Ease - Wall Street Journal

Crude Oil Rises as US Stock Market Climbs, Dollar Slumps - Bloomberg

Nigerian independence: Celebrating myths of our own -

ANALYSIS-Jobs for the boys key to peace in Nigeria oil delta - Reuters

Nigeria Commences Post-Amnesty Program After Deadline Passes - Bloomberg

Turkey's Relationship With The Government Soars -

Nigeria assuming $50 oil price for 2010 budget - Reuters

Nigerian Equities: Access Bank, Zenith Bank, UBA Bank Gain - Bloomberg

Shell Receives Design To End Nigeria Gas Flaring -Official - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria militants fight amnesty - BBC News

Crude Slips Amid Nigeria Ceasefire Deal - Wall Street Journal

Let Captain Camara Step Down And Go -

Nothing is Working in Nigeria -Group -

Kayode Urges African Ministers to Work With Private Sector -

Tompolo Hands Over Weapons -

Nafest - Niger Approves N151 Million to Fill Potholes -

NRG Did Not Speak for Obasanjo - Ibori -

A Note On Independence -

CNPP Pressurizes Yar'Adua Over Electoral Reforms -

Yar'Adua's New Friend -

'World Bank, IMF Ill Prepared for Financial Crisis' -

Nigeria bails out Orient Bank's main shareholder - Daily Monitor

Ateke Tom - Retreat of a Warlord -

Flying Eagles Play Germany in Round of 16 -

'Why We Demolished Museum's Property' -

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Princess Nikky Onyeri: Nigeria's cancer advocate - CNN International

Nigeria's last major oil militant agrees to amnesty - Los Angeles Times

African Wealth and African Style at a Glamorous Juncture - New York Times

Nigerian Amnesty Program Viewed With Caution - New York Times

How Adamu Saved Nigeria From Embarrassment - THISDAY

Nigeria... The Worrisome State of Insecurity - THISDAY

Nigeria ranks low in Harvard governance index - NEXT

Heartland, Mazembe on course - BBC Sport

Last known rebel leader disarms in Nigeria's delta - Reuters

More Nigerian Militants Give Up Arms Ahead of Amnesty Deadline - Voice of America

Nigeria's Oando to develop Ghana's natgas sector - Reuters

Nigerian rebels opt for peace - Daily Nation

EXCLUSIVE: Nigeria's Rabiu Ibrahim Rejects Sporting cp's Pro Deal -

FEATURE - Mud, gin and machineguns as Nigerian militants disarm - Reuters India

Nigeria rebel disarms under amnesty -

Nigeria Under-17 Coach John Obuh Takes Positives In Defeat -

Nigeria FinMin-Planned bond put-off after W.Bank loan - Forbes

Nigeria May Nationalize Banks as 'Interim' Step, Minister Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian League Roundup: Wikki Shoot To The Top -

Senior rebels disarm in Nigeria's oil-rich Delta - CNN

Saturday, October 03, 2009

Nigeria to Float Sovereign Wealth Fund - THISDAY

Nigeria is heartbreaking says Clinton - NEXT

More Nigeria oil militants disarm - BBC News

Nigeria Says Truce With Delta Militants Holding - Wall Street Journal

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

Nigeria league chief slams Amodu - BBC Sport

Nigeria Amnesty Committee Confirms Militants Disarmament - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria turns 49; students celebrate on campus - Baylor University The Lariat Online

Three more bank chiefs sacked - Joy Online

Friday, October 02, 2009

Exploring the Significance of 101 Days of ASUU Strike -

49 Years of Independence Or Despondence? -

China's offer to Nigeria is outrageous - Financial Times

Nigeria cbank proposes new capital injection-source - Reuters

Remaining Nigerian banks have adequate capital -CBN - Reuters

Nigeria's MEND: Leaders Stepping Dn;Preparation For New Unrest - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's Central Bank Fires Three Bank Chiefs and Injects $1.4 ... - Bloomberg

Nigeria's cbank provides 200 bln naira to four banks - Reuters

Kaduna SSG Forgives Kidnappers, Thanks Can, Security -

Nigeria's UBA shareholders approve capital raising - Reuters

CBN Will Not Keep Stakes in Troubled Banks - Sanusi -

Nigeria Moves Nitel Bids Deadline to Oct. 26, ThisDay Reports - Bloomberg

Nigeria may sell stakes in Western oil firms to help China: - ISI - Emerging Markets

Two Pastors Arrested For Cursing The Country's Leaders -

Libya Deports 734 Citizens in Four Days -

FG Neglected NASU, SSANU in Oshiomhole's Mediatory Role -NLC -

Iran - Alone With the Alone (i) -

Lagos Government Backs NUJ Media Games -

'Abuja to Organise Hitch -Free Carnival' -

SON Destroys N8 Billion Substandard Goods --DG -

Ateke Tom Accepts Amnesty -

FEC Set to Approve FCT Mass Housing Guidelines -

Five more Nigeria bank chiefs summoned after audit - Reuters

Thursday, October 01, 2009

IMF Predicts Growth Slowdown for Nigeria in 2009 - THISDAY

Seized Nigerian politician freed - BBC News

Rebel Leader Accepts Amnesty - New York Times

Egypt through to last 16 at U20 World Cup - USA Today

The New And Improved Daily Independent -

Nigeria beats Tahiti 5-0 at U20 WCup - USA Today

Nigeria singer's joy at Mobo win - BBC News

Nigeria oil militant 'ends fight' - BBC News

Oprah Winfrey Selects Nigerian Author's Story Collection for Book Club - Voice of America

Key Nigerian Rebel Leader Accepts Amnesty Offer - New York Times

Nigeria At 49 - Any Hope for Party Democracy? -

How I Was Dumped in Warri - Kaduna SSG -

Breakfast With Flying Eagles -

Militant Group Embraces Amnesty -

Vision of Our Founding Fathers Gone -Sule -

Government Has Been Cut Off From People, Says NBA -

Security, 49 Years After -

Kerosene Scarcity Looms -

Okri Loses to Márquez in Poll of Best World Literature -

The Real Cost of ASUU Strike -

Nigeria At 49 - the Pains of Nationhood -

Nigerian delta militant group names mediation team - Reuters South Africa

Nigerian leader sees signs of economic recovery - Reuters

Nigerian leader sees signs of economic recovery - Reuters South Africa

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

China's Nigerian oil bid follows African setbacks - The Associated Press

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