Google Nigerian News Archive for November 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Consultants and Project Nigeria - NEXT

Nigerian Eagle, Ethiopian Airlines in Codeshare Agreement - THISDAY

Taming the Aristobrats of Nigeria's Sportscity - THISDAY

IMO: Nigeria Wins Re-Election to Governing Council - THISDAY

Okpala: Let Amodu be - Daily Sun

Nigerian President's Health Fueling Political Tensions - Voice of America

Demand for microfinance services is higher in Nigeria - Vanguard

Roundup: Amnesty to militants offers Nigeria huge success in Niger Delta - (press release)

Airport worker Christopher Ejiofor returns home to Nigeria - to be crowned KING - Daily Mail

There goes the president, again to Saudi Arabia - Vanguard

Female defending champion absent as Nigeria mountain race holds - Afrique en Ligue

Nigerian vice-president denies reports of his resignation - Indian Express

Nigeria's VP denies being pressured to resign - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria's Sharks Crisis Deepens After Another Home Defeat -

Nigeria to host African junior tennis championship in 2010 - Xinhua

Nigerian Vice President denies reports of his resignation - Zee News

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Stillwater, Perry firms help cattle reproduction in Nigeria - Stillwater NewsPress

WHO: Why Nigeria Records High Polio Cases - THISDAY

Who Is In Charge Of Nigeria? - The Guardian - Nigeria

The German hospital that treats Nigeria's rich and mighty - NEXT

Amodu is the right choice but ... - The Punch

World Bank and the future of Nigeria's mining sector - The Punch

Nigeria's Fidelity Bank plans purchase of rescued bank - NEXT

Ghana Seizes Nigerian Oil Vessel - Peace fm Online

Nigeria's Martins set for surgery - AFP

Nigeria U-20 Midfielder Obiora Nwankwo Moves To Italy -

Wolfsburg's Martins to have surgery - USA Today

Ex-Wigan Athletic Striker Julius Aghahowa Open To Nigeria Comeback -

Pirates kill sailor in attack on oil tanker off Benin - BBC News

Friday, November 27, 2009

Corruption Hinders Development - DG MINILS -

Ghana Seizes Nigerian Oil Vessel - THISDAY

WHO donates 9 million flu shots to Philippines, 14 million to Nigeria - VaccineNewsDaily

•Photo: Sun News Publishing - Daily Sun

Crew member killed in attack on tanker off Benin - Reuters

Nigeria's hospitalised president is okay: vice president - AFP

Nigeria Plan Nations Cup Warm-Ups Against South Africa & Namibia -

Judicial Workers Suspend Strike in Minna -

Joint military operation arrests Nigerian ship - Peace fm Online

Nigerian VP says President Yar'Adua is healthy - Reuters

Probe of Obasanjo Necessary -Rimi -

Sallah - Fashola Charges Locals On National Challenges -

Vision And Philosophy of King's College -

The Country Has Highest Number of V VF Cases - Osotimehin -

Barka Da Sallah -

Hospitalized Nigerian president not stepping down - CNN International

CRFFN - Engagement of Registrar Delays Takeoff- Chairman -

Soaring Food Prices At Festive Season -

Averting Kidnapping During Xmas -

Nigeria's President Yar'Adua Seriously ill and in Hospital - Newstime Africa

Chieftaincy Tussle Threatens Sallah in Abia -

Association Decries Negative Comments On Eze Ndigbo Title -

Sallah - Fashola Offers Free Bus -

Fashola Lauds Ayoola's Dedication to Duty -

The Dilemma of a Coach -

Foreign coach: Nigeria goes for another goose chase - Vanguard

Thursday, November 26, 2009

95000 Nigerian Muslims Perform 2009 Hajj - THISDAY

Amnesty in Niger Delta Settles Insurgency, but Poverty Could Imperil the Peace - New York Times

2010: World Bank predicts robust economic growth for Nigeria - The Punch

Ill Nigerian Leader Treated by Saudis - New York Times

Climate change effects mount in Nigeria - NEXT

Foregin coach: Nigeria goes for another goose chase - Vanguard

Reports say Nigerian president treated for heart condition in Saudi Arabia - Xinhua

Nigeria president suffering from heart ailment - Reuters

Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua has a heart condition, his spokesman has ... - BBC News

Nigeria Government To Name Foreign Coach For World Cup Next Year - Report -

Oil Companies Compete to Win Nigerian Oil Licenses -

Shell Nigeria sees gas production highest in two years after repairs - ISI - Emerging Markets

Nigeria President Umaru Yar'Adua 'not seriously ill' - BBC News

Nigerian leader 'in Saudi hospital after treatment' - AFP

EFCC Arraigns Three Over Forgery of Mark's Signature -

Nation's Corruption Rating -

Experts: Nigerian pirates may be extending reach - The Associated Press

NFF Re-Endorses Amodu -

Pitfalls of the Amnesty Programme -

Council Moves to Register Freight Forwarders -

Food Prices Still High in Developing Countries -

Measures to Curb Climate Change -

TSA Certifies mma's Security Compliance -

I Will Return Home December - El-Rufai -

Gullit Demands N21.7 Million a Month to Coach Eagles -- Report -

Hajj - Today is Arafat Day -

Tiger Brands Eyes Nigeria, Possibly Via Local Alliance - Wall Street Journal

'PDP Not Against Yar'Adua Group' -

CAN2010: Nigeria to camp in Namibia - Informante

Super Eagles need a white coach: Westerhof - Informante

Tiger Brands, Shoprite May Partner in Nigeria, Bus. Report Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian president in good health, Saudi clinic says - Reuters South Africa

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Communique of the Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Nigeria Football ... - THISDAY

Nigeria urges common African position on climate change - NEXT

Nigeria to buy S'pore boat - Straits Times

Nigerian leader in good health - clinic - Independent Online

Big Oil Fights for Nigeria - Motley Fool

AIDS: records low death rate down in Nigeria –WHO - Daily Sun

Nigeria To Train In Namibia For African Nations Cup -

FG to Buy Four More Presidential Aircraft -

Halliburton - Briton Funneled Bribes to Country, Court Told -

EFCC Docks Mamman, Others Over N300 Million Fraud -

Senate Passes N353 Billion Supplementary Budget -

Nigeria buys 5 French helicopters for oil delta - Reuters

Nigeria buys 5 French helicopters for oil delta - Reuters UK

NY1 Theater Review: "Fela!" - NY1

Nigeria to Revive $500 Million Eurobond Sale in 2010 - Bloomberg

Nigeria crude exports to hit 6-month high in Jan - Reuters South Africa

Hedberg heads to Multi-Links - ITWeb

Nigeria's Diamond Bank pretax profit drops 91.5 pct - Reuters

2010 Africa Cup of Nations: Nigeria to camp in Namibia - Afrique en ligne

Ibru Takes Sanusi to Court -

Court Refuses Ogunlewe's Application to Quash Charges -

2010 Budget - Villa Votes N0.5 Billion For Generator Fuel -

Kosoko Laments Neglect of Visual Arts -

Maritime Safety - FG Signs LRIT Pact With IMSO -

Why Attack Shuaibu Amodu For Succeeding? -

Mikel Confident of Kakuta's Success -

FG Lists Security, Niger Delta, Food As Priorities -

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Breaking It Down - New York Times

Nigeria bases budget on $57 a barrel oil price - Daily Times

Nigerian Opposition Worry Over President Yar'Adua's Health - Voice of America

'Women, Most Vulnerable to Climate Change' -

Peter Odemwingie: Nigeria Will Surprise Many At The World Cup -

Nigerian Equities: Union Bank, Union Homes Savings Move - Bloomberg

Woman duped out of $50K in Internet love scam - The Associated Press

Climate Change And Survival Instinct -

FACTBOX-Nigerian Senate approves Niger Delta funding - Reuters UK

Nigerian Government Planning Jump in Spending in 2010 as Oil Revenue Rises - Bloomberg

Nigeria bases budget on oil price of $57 - AFP

Telkom sees Nigeria as growth engine for Africa - Creamer Media's Engineering News

Nigeria's Government Plans Jump in Spending in 2010 as Oil Revenue Rises - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Fidelity FY profit falls 77 pct - Reuters

Nigeria's Budget Spending to Jump as Oil Prices Rise - Bloomberg

Nigerian president admitted to Saudi hospital - eTaiwan News

WHO to Donate 14 Million H1ni Vaccines to Country -

Nigeria proposes 4.08 trln naira 2010 budget -aide - Reuters UK

That Militants' Rape of Port Harcourt -

Nigeria sends 2010 budget for parliament approval - Reuters UK

Sokoto Judicial Workers Call Off Strike -

Nigerian president in hospital in Saudi Arabia - Monsters and

Be Patient With Amodu, Toro Begs Citizens -

Justice Abutu Seeks Review of Court Proceedings -

Prices of Rams Soar in Sokoto -

Swine Flu: WHO, Nigeria, 19 Others Seek Vaccine Plan - THISDAY

Yar'Adua Returns to Saudi Hospital...sends Budget to Senate, House -

NPAN Flays Devilish Press Bill -

Nnewi Kidnap Saga - Group Petitions AGF -

National Assembly Peace Meeting Collapses -

Amnesty - CNPP Blasts FG for Including South East -

The Politics of Food Security -

Amaechi Advises Pilgrims to Shun Cheating -

Yar'Adua's trips send wrong signal, doctors say - NEXT

Monday, November 23, 2009

'PDP Has Thrown Nigeria into Political Mess' - THISDAY

Making Music Mightier Than the Sword - New York Times

Senate/House Feud, a Disservice to the People, Says Eyiboh - THISDAY

SPDC Achieves Record Gas Production -

Danger in Senate, House Feud -

British lawyer laundered bribes to Nigeria, court told -

Nigeria leader off to Saudi check-up: official - AFP

Nigeria Records First Swine Flu Death in Saudi Arabia - Voice of America

Nigeria president goes for medical check-up in Saudi - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria's Oando 9-mo pre-tax profit up 27 pct - Reuters

UPDATE 1-Nigeria graft police sets new bank debtor deadline - Reuters

Nigerian Equities: Guinness, Union Bank Among the Most Active - Bloomberg

Yar'Adua Commends Unizik Over Stable Calendar -

Nigeria graft police sets new bank debtor deadline - Reuters

Guinness Nigeria Q1 pre-tax profit falls 34 pct - Reuters

'Fela' brings Nigeria to Broadway - The Grio

Forum Calls for Action Against Kidnappings -

Nigeria Gives Dangote License to Generate Power, Trust Reports - Bloomberg

Gunmen kidnap two children in Nigerian oil city - Reuters South Africa

Hajj 2009 - More Pilgrims Stranded At Lagos Airport -

Renaissance Favors Nigerian Banks Over Kenya Lenders - Bloomberg

CAC Image Maker Bags Ambassador for Peace Award -

First Bank Nigeria's Individual Rating Downgraded by Fitch - Bloomberg

SAA to Mark 11 Years in Nation With Promo -

Don Blames Leaders for Militancy -

Super Eagles' Qualification For World Cup -

The New Journalism Bill (5) -

'Napep Mandate is to Coordinate Poverty Eradication' -

Unity Forum Wants Stiffer Penalty For Kidnappings -

Rumbles in Kano Over Shekarau's Successor -

Nitel, Mtel Staff Yet to Get 2years' Salaries -

2010 Budget Impasse Persists -

Pilgrim Dies of Swine Flu -

Shell Nigeria gas production recovers after repairs - Reuters South Africa

ASCON Launches N5 Billion Hostel Fund -

Media Bill - We Are Back to Dark Ages - Npan -

Decade of success and missed chances between SA and Nigeria - Business Day

Sunday, November 22, 2009

'Fela!' and the risks of a firebrand - Los Angeles Times

Nigerian bank note scandal claims major casualties - NEXT

IFRS: Nigeria's Convergence Report Out December - THISDAY

Nigerian Press Council Bill's Controversies - THISDAY

PDP Disowns 'Yar'Adua for New Nigeria' Campaign - THISDAY

Eagles Coaches to Meet Technical Committee - THISDAY

Kanu's last World Cup dream - NEXT

'Nigeria exceeds 40bn oil reserves target' - NEXT

Legs of God… Hand of God - Vanguard

Oil Majors Race to Seal Deals in Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria, Serbia sign agreement on political dialogue, others - Vanguard

Swine flu: Nigeria denies Nigerian pilgrim died of disease - Triumph

Galadima rules out foreign coach for Eagles - Vanguard

Amodu to meet Technical Committee - Kickoff

Nigeria Pharmaceuticals And Healthcare Report Q1 2010 - New Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

Saudi authorities boost health surveillance as pilgrims flow in - Monsters and

Four Pilgrims Die from Swine Flu in Saudi Arabia - dBTechno

Abacha loot, mps rivalry, soccer mixed grill dominate Nigerian papers - Afrique en Ligue

Group Cautions FG on Amirul Hajj Selection - THISDAY

Court orders arrest of ex-Nigerian anti-corruption czar - Afrique en Ligue

Fela Kuti: as Broadway musical 'Fela!' set to open, everything you need to ... - New York Daily News

Nigeria condemns Kosovo secession - Xinhua

Saturday, November 21, 2009

The Distinguished Clash of Honourable Egos - THISDAY

Haj hit by H1N1; 4 pilgrims killed -

Amnesty, deregulation and the fate of Nigeria (2) - Vanguard

4 foreign pilgrims die of swine flu - Arab News

Swine flu kills four on pilgrimage to Mecca - Radio New Zealand

A world athletics gala without Nigerian athletes - NEXT

Egypt dread Nigeria - Daily Sun

Swine flu kills four in Saudi Arabia on Hajj pilgrimage - BBC News

Saudi: 4 pilgrims die of swine flu before hajj - The Associated Press

Nigeria draws Mozambique, Egypt for Nation's Cup - NEXT

Con Men Trying To Cash In On Nigeria Coaching Job - Official -

Nigerian Army Says Insecurity in Niger Delta is Over - Voice of America

Tribunal Orders Ribadu's Arrest -

First Nigeria Skipper Ewa Henshaw Dies At 89 - Report -

Friday, November 20, 2009

YSU Students Headed to Nigeria - WYTV

Re-brand Super Eagles Platform AS Veritable Tool - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria Draws Mozambique, Egypt, Benin - The Guardian - Nigeria

Exxon Gets Renewals of Leases in Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Kabir Audu has returned to Nigeria after years of working on Wall Street - BBC News

Amodu Not the Problem of Our Football - Galadima -

EU signs deal with Nigeria to support peace - AFP

Exxon Gets Three Nigerian Oil Leases Renewed -Company - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria Wary Of Fresh Mozambique Challenge At Angola 2010 -

Nigeria Eyes Derivatives Regulation - Derivatives Week

EU Signs $1 Billion Deal With Nigeria To Support Peace, Good Governance, Energy - RTT News

African Nations Cup Draw: Egypt And Nigeria To Meet, While Ivory Coast Clash ... -

Exxon Mobil Gets Three Nigerian Oil Leases Renewed - Company - Wall Street Journal

Swiss seize $350 mln from late Nigeria dictator's son - AFP

Nigeria renews three ExxonMobil oil licences - Reuters

2010 Nations Cup Draw: Nigeria Battle Mozambique Again -

Nigeria team at World Cup 2010 -

Big egos toying with Nigeria 's future - Joy Online

Bode George to Remain in Custody Till December -

Bakassi - Take Cameroon to UN, AU, Representatives Urge FG -

Citizens prefer that squad face Nigeria not Ghana at CAN-2010 preliminaries - AngolaPress

1500 Okada Riders Get Free Helmets -

Emirates Group Security Trains Nigerian Presidential Fleet -

Deregulation - Abcon Calls For More Enlightenment -

TI Corruption Rating - We Are Not Surprised, Says TUC -

ALC Releases 1000 Commercial Cars Into Abuja Streets -

European Union gives Nigeria $1bn 'for peace' - BBC News

Yar'Adua Appoints Onyemelukwe As Chairman FHA Board -

Fire Razes NAFDAC Head Office -

Obafemi Martins: Nigeria star player at World Cup 2010 -

NOC Presidency - I Am Eligible to Contest, Ndanusa Declares -

Cpi - Aondoakaa Was Wrong, Ti Says -

Budget Crisis - PDP Overrules Senate -

A second term for Yar'Adua? - The Guardian - Nigeria

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Bankole Justifies Foreign Trips - THISDAY

Before we sack Amodu - NEXT

NATIONS CUP: Eagles may be grouped with Cameroun, Cote d' Ivoire - NEXT

Promote Amodu TM, appoint Keshi coach - Vanguard

Nigeria's power supply rises after Delta amnesty: official -

Zimbabwe farmers a boon for Nigerian agriculture - Reuters

Corruption - Waziri Canvasses Death Penalty -

Nigeria signs $1 bln EU pact to fight corruption - Reuters

Nigeria signs $1 bln EU pact to fight corruption - Reuters India

Nigerian wins Miss ECOWAS peace pageant - Xinhua

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu Lashes Out Over Speculation Regarding His Future -

Nigeria president asks ruling party to end budget row - Reuters UK

Nigeria Will Begin Nations Cup Build-Up December 28 In South Africa -

Senators and representatives row delays Nigeria budget - BBC News

Court Rules On Boni Haruna's Application December 1st -

I Didn't Kill Tasi Elder - Governor Shema -

Nigerian Marriage Sparks Visa Row in UK -

Yar'Adua Urges G8 to Act On Hunger -

Nigeria hopes to restart two refineries in mid-December - Reuters South Africa

Parliamentary row delays Nigeria budget presentation - Reuters South Africa

PHCN Decries Vandalism in Niger -

Cross River NUJ Chairman Sends SOS to Imoke -

Lagos Pilgrims to Get Refund -

FG Set to Breach Deficit Target Again in 2010 -

Why I May Pray Against Nigeria -

Marine Sector Can Transform The Economy -Bankole -

Nation Has Symptoms of Spiritual Problem - Muoka -

INEC, Group Chide AC -

Reps Give Citizen Diplomacy Knock -

'Nitel Transaction Ends in January' -

November 26 is Arafat Day -

Representatives Approves $500 Million Loan for Amnesty, Railways -

Nigeria's Warri, Kaduna Oil Refineries Fixed, Guardian Reports - Bloomberg

The Nigerian Press and Practice of Journalism Council Bill (4) - Vanguard

Yar'Adua Tears Senators, Representatives Apart -

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Nigeria miss out among elite - ESPN STAR Sports

'Banking Sector Responsible for Nigeria's Slide in TI Rating' - THISDAY

'Jock Lawsuit Against Yar'Adua to Rubbish Army' - THISDAY

Country Should Aid Resolution of Western Sahara Conflict - Envoy -

Oluwadare Joins AIAE as Communication MG -

Nigeria's oil war truce 'in danger' - United Press International

Edo Chief Judge Dies in Hotel Room -

Internet Governace 2009 - IP Block -

Nigeria cautious on EU free trade deal - AFP

Old Boys Renovate School With Over N186 Million -

Nigeria cautious on EU free trade deal - Capital FM

VON Bags AIB Award -

Nigeria drops from 121st to 130th out of 180 countries in Corruption ... - NgEX

Mend Hails Federal Govt and Team Aaron Parley -

Andy Uba's Case and Public Trust in Courts - THISDAY

Akunyili, Zaku for '09 Cyber Nigeria -

Press Bill to Promote Journalism Practice - Dabiri-Erewa -

FG Set to Revive Industrial Sector -

Katsina-Alu Emerges Chief Justice -

Nigeria failing in corruption war, says global body - NEXT

FG to Develop 415 Grazing Reserves - Ruma -

Cool Swiss scale new heights after breaking Nigerian hearts - The Standard

Dissolved Anambra PDP Exco Vows to Stay Put -

Africa: Corruption Perception - Nigeria's Rating Worsens -

First Bank greets Eaglets - NEXT

Britain Backs Sanusi On Banking Reform -

CBN Traces 60 Shops in Dubai to Sacked Bank MD -

Abuja Carnival - Parents Condemn Closure of FCT Schools -

Soludo And Hegel's Theory -

Nigerian President Names New Chief Justice, ThisDay Reports - Bloomberg

COREN Commences Trial of Erring Engineers -

The Country Slips On Corruption Index -

Yar'Adua Nominates Katsina Alu As CJN, Salami For Court of Appeal -

Katsina -Kano Road Rehab to Gulp N2.3 Billion -

FG Inaugurates Committee On World Expo 2010 -

Jay-Z co-producing Broadway musical - Ireland Online

Senate Chides Contractors Handling South East Roads -

Aondoakaa Aids Corruption – Transparency International - LeadershipNigeria

Jay-Z, Will Smith back Broadway show "Fela!" - Reuters

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Switzerland spank Nigeria again - NEXT

Nigeria failing in corrupti on war, says global body - NEXT

Wind Energy In Time Is Now By Olumide Ogunleye - REVE

Uniqueness of Anambra's 4000 Schools -

Wind energy in Time is now (II) - Triumph

Militants threaten Nigerian oil peace - United Press International

The Nation Determined to Achieve Aims At Copenhagen Confab --Consultant -

Nigerian Militants Accuse Military of Threatening Cease-Fire - Voice of America

African Team Of The Week: Obafemi Martins Shoots Nigeria To Seventh Heaven -

Nigeria's Inflation Accelerates to 11.6% on Economic Growth - Bloomberg

The Trial of Lord Lugard -

Global Soccer For Swiss Youth, the World Calls - New York Times

Shooting heightens tensions in Nigerian oil delta - Reuters

Shooting heightens tensions in Nigerian oil delta - Reuters UK

Nigeria's MEND Says Ceasefire Under Threat After Army Operating -

Dramatic finale for Africa - FIFA World Cup 2010 - ESPN

Bode George - EFCC Protests Rhodes-Vivour On Appeal Panel -

Ndigbo - Country's Nation Builders -

Kutigi Warns Judges Over Extravagant Bail Conditions -

Front Page Comment - What is Abike Up To? -

NFF to Rebuild All National Teams - Lulu -

Nigeria's Day in Pretoria -

FCT to Modify Speed Breakers -

Eaglets Underrated Swiss, Says Sango -

FAO Organizes Summit On Food Security -

Yar'Adua Charges Judiciary On Access to Justice -

Yar'Adua, Compaore Discuss Guinean Crisis -

Lady Caught With Heroin in Hair -

Remove Justice Vivour From George's Appeal - EFCC -

My Wife is Alive - IBB -

Monday, November 16, 2009

Nigeria shops for new coach - NEXT

Correction: A Fulbright in Nigeria That Turned Into a Show - New York Times

Echoes From Nation-South Africa Summit -

Appeal Court Rejects Uba -

2010 World Cup: 'Nigeria set to dump coach Amodu' - Afrique en Ligue

Nigerian Military Pursues Oil Thieves in Niger Delta - Voice of America

Seferovic the hero as Swiss land U-17 World Cup title - ESPN

The Super Weekend -

Delays show fragility of Nigeria's oil delta amnesty - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria's Chevron 9-mo pretax profit quadruples - Reuters

Delays show fragility of Nigeria's oil delta amnesty - Reuters UK

Daily Crude Production Hits 3.4 Million Barrels -- Barkindo -

Youth World Cup Ends as Host Champion Nigeria Falls to Switzerland - Voice of America

Old Mutual in Talks About Entering Nigeria's Insurance Market - Bloomberg

Host Jinx Stays As Eaglets Fall to Swiss -

Jang Wants to Destabilise Plateau Again - PDP Chief -

SSS Interrogates Galadima Over 'Rawlings Formula' -

Hajj 2009 - Three in Saudi Custody -

Andy Uba - Caged At Last? -

South Africa 2010 - Eagles Qualifies -

Amnesty - Yar'Adua Parleys Soyinka, Akhigbe, Okah, Others -

Two Pilgrims Crushed to Death, Another in Hospital -

How Switzerland beat Nigeria to claim first FIFA trophy - The Guardian - Nigeria

'Anambra Style' Not in Borno, PDP Coalition Tells Ogbulafor -

Ohanaeze Decries Detention of 517 Ndigbo in Liberia -

Confronting Camara And His Junta in Guinea -

Any Lesson From Soccer's U-17 Championship? -

Jang to Yar'Adua - Forgive Me -

CNPP Decries Buba Galadima's Arrest -

Border Trade Resumes in Katsina -

Sixteen Years After Oslo - Middle East Peace Process Still a Long Way -

Kazini - Story of a Fallen Ugandan Strongman -

World Leaders Tackle Hunger As Mass Poverty Peaks -

Court's Ruling On Andy Uba Case Vindicates us - PDP -

“Yar'Adua for New Nigeria” - Campaign for 2011 Re-election of President Yar ... - NgEX

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Nigeria mourns youth football defeat - BBC News

'Prune Nigerian missions abroad' - NEXT

Nigeria battles Brazil in Beach Soccer World cup - NEXT

How Switzerland beats Nigeria to claim first FIFA trophy - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria deserves World Cup spot, says Nooij - NEXT

Big Saturday's Winners & Losers - Soccer America

Nigeria Records Highest Number of Christian Pilgrims - THISDAY

Afribank Congratulates Eagles - THISDAY

Nigeria Recovers $55m Stolen Artefacts - THISDAY

… Satisfied with Nigeria's Hosting - THISDAY

Global Soccer With World at Stake, Far More Than a Game - New York Times

Switzerland U-17 1-0 Nigeria U-17: New Comers Win FIFA U-17 World Cup -

Triumphant Super Eagles arrive to warm welcome - Afrique en Ligue

Steely Swiss beat Nigeria 1:0 to claim first crown - Joy Online

Nigerian President Meets Rebel Negotiators on Oil-Region Peace - Bloomberg

Man pleads guilty in sex slave case - Albany Times Union

Burkina Faso leader to visit Nigeria for Guinea talks - AFP

Switzerland U-17 1-0 Nigeria U-17: New Comers Switzerland Upstage Nigeria To ... -

Nigerian rebels negotiating with regime - United Press International

FIFA U17 World Cup 2009 Finals: Nigeria VS Switzerland Live Stream - The Daily Inquirer

SL Agritech inks supply deal with Nigerian farm - Philippine Star

Nigerian President Holds Talks With Rebel Group - Voice of America

World Cup Organising Committee Congratulates New Zealand, Nigeria & Cameroon -

Nigeria beats Kenya, secures place in World Cup 2010 - Ethiopian Review

Nigerian president in 'fruitful' oil rebel talks - AFP

Kenyan Angle: The 12th Man Does It For Nigeria As Kenya Keep Their Heads Up -

Nigerian militants say peace talks start with govt - Reuters

Blatter: Nigeria was right choice -

Rebels Enter Talks With Nigerian Government - Wall Street Journal

Celebration, As Nigeria Picks World Cup Ticket - AngolaPress

Nigeria president meets with militants for peace - The Associated Press

MEND Says Starts Serious Dialogue With Nigeria's Government - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian militants say peace talks start with govt - Reuters UK

New Zealand, Nigeria, Cameroon earn berths - Los Angeles Times

Nigerian Corner: Now…Let's Go And Win The World Cup! -

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Obuh Eyes History, As Eaglets Go For Fourth Title - The Guardian - Nigeria

New Zealand, Cameroon, Nigeria reach World Cup - Austin American-Statesman

Imoke Raises Alarm over Nigeria, Cameroon Waterway - THISDAY

World Cup qualifying: Nigeria, Cameroon through - ESPN

Nigeria, New Zealand qualify for World Cup - National Post

LEADALL: Cameroon, Nigeria and New Zealand qualify; others still open - Monsters and

Cameroon and Nigeria celebrate -

Nigeria chase history - BBC Sport

Nigeria beat Kenya to reach S. Africa WC - Xinhua

New Zealand, Cameroon, Nigeria reach World Cup - The Associated Press

New Zealand, Nigeria Qualify For World Cup - AHN

South Africa insists trade imbalance favours Nigeria - AFP

A Fulbright in Nigeria That Turned Into a Show - New York Times

Nigeria/Kenya: Super Eagles Clinch World Cup Ticket -

Nigerian musicians should work on real indigenous music - NEXT

Nigeria edge out Tunisia - CNN International

Nigeria guarantees place in World Cup 2010, beating Kenya 3:2 - RIA Novosti

Nigeria Edge Tunisia to World Cup Place - New York Times

Police Burst Car Snatching Syndicate -

African World Cup qualifiers LIVE - BBC Sport

World Cup qualifiers LIVE - BBC Sport

FIFA 2010 World Cup: Kenyan fans back Super Eagles - Afrique en Ligue

Nigerian VP frowns at trade imbalance between SA, Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue

Friday, November 13, 2009

Nigeria, Tunisia Know Fate Today - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria's Super Eagles Finally Arrive In Kenya - Report -

Nigerian Stocks: First City, Custodian & Allied, Guaranty - Bloomberg

Jonathan Worries over Business Relationship with S/Africa - THISDAY

Nigeria's Super Eagles jet in at last - Standard

Nigeria hires advisers for troubled banks - Reuters

2010:Day of reckoning finally here for Eagles - Vanguard

Nigeria complains about trade ties with S.Africa - AFP

N6 Billion REA Scam - EFCC Freezes Ugbane, Elumelu's Accounts -

Who will take the U-17 crown? -

Eaglets' victory at Nigeria 2009 gets big media play - Afrique en Ligue

Nigerian Youngster Stephen Worgu Sentenced To 40 Lashes -

Nigeria's Guaranty Trust Plans $1.3 Billion Bond Sale - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Guaranty Trust Plans $1.3 Billion Bond Sale Next Week - Bloomberg

Shell sees rise in Nigeria oil theft - Reuters

Customs Appointments And Civil Society -

Nigeria 'ready' for Kenya test - BBC Sport

Cadbury Nigeria posts 9-month pretax loss - Reuters

Soludo's Candidacy, A Rape of Democracy - Dan Ulasi -

Girl-Child Education to Receive Boost as Tozali Pledges Support -

FRCN Kaduna Commissions Transmitter -

Council Secretary Eyes Chairmanship Seat -

Nigeria into under-17 final - BBC News

Ignore Okah's Threat -

Nigeria/Kenya: Outcome a Moment of Decision - Lulu -

Fake SSS Staff Dupes Jobseekers of N.5 Million -

No Arrest Made So Far, Lagos Trade Fair Police Command -

Amaechi Vs Soberekon - Appeal Court Adjourns Until January 25 -

Nigeria misses militant deadline - BBC News

Nigerian Rights Group Wants Apology Before Role for Chiefs in New Constitution - Voice of America

Nigerian Corner: Let's Pay Mozambique A Million Dollars To Beat Tunisia -

Steer Clear of Usury, Cleric Advises Muslims -

Coach has not turned up - Dispatch Online

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Spain U-17 1-3 Nigeria U-17: Eaglets Try For Fourth FIFA Under-17 World Cup Title -

Russian Govt Backs Amnesty Programme - THISDAY

Globacom drums up support for Eagles in Kenya - NEXT

It's Nigeria, Switzerland Final! - THISDAY

Ex-Willbros consultant pleads guilty over bribes - The Associated Press

Former Willbros International consultant admits bribery plot - Houston Chronicle

Gambia: Law Students Leave for Nigeria -


Nigeria, Switzerland to meet in Under-17 World Cup final - AFP

Opinion: Nigeria proposes reform of oil industry - GlobalPost

Nigeria star Worgu faces 40 lashes - CNN International

KENYA Vs NIGERIA: Eagles' last chance, Odiaka - Vanguard

Pilgrims Face High Cost of Food -

We can beat Tunisia, but can you beat Kenya? - Vanguard

Spain U-17 1-3 Nigeria U-17: Golden Eaglets Stay On Track For Fourth FIFA ... -

ANALYSIS-Nigeria LNG output hike may cap US winter gas price - Forbes

Nigeria's U-17 coach to be upgraded to U-20 - Afrique en Ligue

Danny Shittu pulls out of Nigeria squad for qualifier - FIFA World Cup 2010 - ESPN

Kenya turmoil ahead of Nigeria - BBC Sport

'Prompt Ransom Payment Aids Kidnapping' -

Former Nigeria player urges team to beat Spain in U-17 WC - Xinhua

Labour's Terms for Deregulation - 'You Must Fix the Nation First' -

Niger opposition delegation in Nigeria to meet ECOWAS mediator - Xinhua

Nigeria Footballer to Be Flogged in Sudan for Alcohol, BBC Says - Bloomberg

No Cause For Alarm - Obuh Assures -

Kenya coach posted missing ahead of crucial qualifier - Monsters and

Etisalat Nigeria to Pursue Post-Paid Customers in 2nd, 3rd Year - Bloomberg

Uba's Men On His Defensive -

Another Look At Mandela -

Wichita State finally signs Nigerian -

Ex-Militant Leader Wants More Community Projects in Niger Delta -

Germany Partners NDLEA On Drug Trafficking -

Hayatou Commissions FIFA Goal Project -

Economic Council Charges CBN to Lower Rates -

Catholic Bishop Absolves Yar'Adua -

NFF Promotes Obuh to Flying Eagles -

Nigeria set to confirm superiority over Spain - The Guardian - Nigeria

WSU finally signs Nigerian -

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

US Museum Celebrates Nigeria's Golden Jubilee - THISDAY

Eaglets Set for Vengeance Seeking Spain - THISDAY

Torn between Eagles and Eaglets - NEXT

Abdulateef Lawal - NEXT

Rise Up to Your Challenge, Cleric Tells Imo Securty Agencies -

Nigerian star gets 40 lashes for drinking in Sudan - AFP

Nigeria governor assures Gambia bankers - AfricaNews

Nigeria to Halt Gas Flaring From End of This Year - Bloomberg

Top Nigerian advisers urge to lower rates - Reuters South Africa

Kenya turmoil ahead of Nigeria match - BBC Sport

World Cup Qualifying Preview: Kenya - Nigeria -

Favourites brace for Lagos endgame -

World Cup Qualifying Preview: Kenya-Nigeria -

Anambra - Taming Recalcitrant PDP Members -

UPDATE 1-Shell resumes output at Nigerian EA oilfield - Reuters

N2.0 Billion Local Ship Detained in South Africa -

Two Mopol Killed in Port Harcourt -

Shell resumes output at Nigerian EA oilfield - Reuters

I Won't Shield Corrupt Officials -Yar'Adua -

Obasanjo Connived With US, UK To Dupe Me – Taylor || - Times of Nigeria

Production Resumes at Shell's EA Field In Nigeria - Source - Wall Street Journal

First Bank Plans $3.3 Billion Merger -

Mark Faults Calls for Iwu's Sack -

CNPP Raises Alarm Over Threats to Scribe -

Kidnapped Niger Permanent Secretary May Be in Lagos - Police -

Support Soludo or Walk Out, PDP Tells Aggrieved Aspirants -

Yar'Adua Commissions CCT Headquarters Complex -

Bode George - My Prophet Deceived Me -

Nyanya Murder - Victim's Wife Sues Police for N1 Billion -

On the Returnee Catholics -

Federal Director Kidnapped in Edo -

The Deputy President will depart for Nigeria on Friday and is expected to ... -

Switzerland, Colombia, Spain, Nigeria set for classic U-17 WC semi-finals - Xinhua

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Yar'Adua, Mark charge senators on electoral reform - The Guardian - Nigeria

Lagos fans hold the key, says Obuh - NEXT

Yar'Adua: Vision 2020'll Fail Without Private Sector's Input - THISDAY

Ribadu Vows to Return to Continue Corruption Fight - THISDAY

'Scam comic' kidnapped in Nigeria - BBC News

Nigeria's PZ Cussons Q1 pretax profit up 9.6 pct - Reuters

Nigeria's anti-graft police arrest bank employee - Reuters

Nestle Nigeria's 9-month pretax profit up 24 pct - Reuters

Nigeria's Dangote Flour nine-month profit triples - Reuters

Shell's Nigerian Oil Output Yet to Recover After Rebel Amnesty - Bloomberg

Charles Taylor 'duped' by Nigeria - BBC News

CBN Denies Crisis in Banking System -

Ribadu tells of Nigeria corruption battle - BBC News

George, Daboh Remain in Prison -

Global Mitigation Against Climate Change -

Anambra Elders Sue for Peace -

Police Transfer Aregbesola's Trial to FCT High Court -

Expel Chris Uba Now, Group Urges PDP -

PPA Seeks Collaboration With Israel -

Man Protests Hike in Gas Price -

Nigeria Ends Korea’s Run at Under-17 - Korea Times

CBN to Increase Money Supply By N500 Billion -

Anambra - Before We Forget -

Pinnacle Insurance Brokers Partners Police On Terrorism Confab -

FIFA U-17 World Cup - Eaglets in Semis, Beat Korea 3-1 -

No Bail for Bode George -

FAAN, French Embassy Nab Four Visa Racketeers -

Ex-Militant Warns Against Derailing Amnesty Programme -

Governors Seek Punitive Measures Against Illegal Bunkerers -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria's FCMB swings to loss in half year to Oct - Reuters

Monday, November 09, 2009

Nigeria and the Copenhagen climate summit - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria Enhances Surveillance To Check Swine Flu - RTT News

Operators fault Kraft's hostile takeover attempt on Cadbury - NEXT

Automotive Council, UN agency collaborate on Nigerian car - NEXT

Nigeria face Spain in semi-finals - NEXT

Averting Constitutional Crisis in Anambra -

Nigeria send Korea home *To meet Spain in semis - Triumph

Nigeria through to semi-finals - BBC Sport

Nigeria says US should pay to stop global warming in Africa -

Akingbola Faces Extradition -

FIFA 2009 U17: Korea VS Nigeria Live Stream - The Daily Inquirer

Nigeria Stocks: C&I, Intercontinental, Standard Alliance Move - Bloomberg

PDP South-South Amac Inaugurates New Exco -

Avis Nigeria Wins Quality Service Award -

2011 - CBN Probes Politicians -

Oshiomhole's Aide Tackles Council Boss Over PDP Decampee -

AC Tasks FG On Falling Standard of Education -

Two Million Mechanics May Lose Jobs -

The Nigerian Spirit, The Nigerian Factor -

FG Urged to Withdraw Bode George, Ibru Awards -

Nigeria's FCMB swings to loss in half year to Oct - Reuters

Electricity Consumers Agitate for Prepaid Meters -

EFCC Boss Commends NTDC -

Imo Nba Chieftain Tasks Public Servants On Ethics -

Resolving Niger's Political Quagmire -

AC Opposes FG's Plan to Send Teachers to South Africa -

The Week of Decision -

Yuguda Counsels Pilgrims On Morality -

Governors Rally Support For Post Amnesty Programme -

Buhari, Atiku, Others No Threat, Says PDP -

Bankole, Nafada Deny Buying Bulletproof Cars -

Nigeria's FCMB says pre-tax profit down 77 pct - Reuters

Eaglets Declare War On South Korea -

Galadima Wants to Overthrow Yar'Adua's Govt -- PDP -

FG, Britain Partner On Devt Projects -

A New Dynamism At FIRS -

Court Judgement on Anambra Governorship Tenure Was Wrong - Ezeife -

Two Years of Bankole in the Saddle - the Gains, the Pains, the Pitfalls -

There is No Difference Between PDP and PPA - Ohakim -

Ozuruimo Festival Relaunches Imo Culture -

'Made in Nigeria Vehicle Dream Still Alive' -

Niger Delta - Can Yar'Adua Become the Hero? -

Man Missing From Ndlea Custody, Family Alleges -

Bauchi Nawoj Embarks on Sanitation Exercise -

VP Makes Case for Prudent Management of Nation's Resources -

Tompolo Warns Ex-Militants Against Criminal Activities -

Drug War! Ndlea Mourns Its Slain Operatives -

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Pace against skills, as Nigeria, Korea tango for semis ticket - The Guardian - Nigeria

Former Nigeria President to Lead ECOWAS Talks on Niger - Voice of America

PDP Can't Stop Corruption in Nigeria, Says Cleric - THISDAY

Udenwa : Nigeria, Iran Trade Barrier'll Soon Be Broken - THISDAY

Eaglets' Best Yet to Come, Says Okoro - THISDAY

Nigeria banks on River Niger to boost commerce, navigation - AFP

The Nigeria Labour Congress on trial - Daily Sun

Eaglets promise Korea hell - Daily Sun

Nigeria, ECOWAS partner to boost bilateral trade - NEXT

Soccer: Nigeria crush NZ under-17s - New Zealand Herald

Emmanuel, Simply the Best -

Cheering Our Boys to Victory -

Eaglets Are On Course - Obuh -

Niger-Nigeria 'blockade' mystery - AngolaPress

Fourth Nigeria Intel Solo-Duo Dance Festival adds color to Lagos - Xinhua

Fulbright winner to go to Nigeria - The Morning Sun

Mputu ready for move to Europe - BBC Sport

Okoro: Best is yet to come -

Heartbreak for Heartland - Kickoff

Nigeria banks boost commerce - Capital FM

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Nigerian Gas Co Looking To Hire, Train Disarmed Militants - Wall Street Journal

Babalola: Nigeria Now Generates 5000MW - THISDAY

Nigeria showing keen interest in climate change activities - NEXT

Comment: Nigeria Is Not Proud Of Africa's Second Best, Heartland FC -

Nigeria militants declare ceasefire - Tehran Times

SECTION 39: Going to Afghanistan - NEXT

Copenhagen: Nigeria to push for Africa's interests - Africa Science News Service

Mazembe win African Champs League - CNN International

TP Mazembe 1-0 Heartland: Congolese Crows Clinch Third African Crown -

Nafdac Procures Device to Detect Fake Drugs -

African Media Urged to Embrace Digital Revolution -

Friday, November 06, 2009

Soccer: Under-17s stand tall but get harsh lesson - New Zealand Herald

Fake Drugs - Nafdac Employs Hi-Tech for Spot Detection -

Nigerian Stocks: C&I Leasing Advances, GlaxoSmithKline Drops - Bloomberg

Nigerian court defers ruling on graft trial - AFP

Spain Edge Out Burkina Faso -

Liberia: Diplomat Presents Credence to Nigerian President - Ambassador Conteh ... -

Niger-Nigeria 'blockade' mystery - BBC News

Nigerian banks position themselves for mergers - Reuters

Uproar in House of Representatives Over 'State of the Nation' Debate -

Yar'Adua Goes After Buhari -

Niger Border Not Closed, FG Says -

Are we cheats - NEXT

Yar'dua Condoles Tasi's Family -

Abuja Based Magazine to Honour Turai, Others -

'Banks Bounce Own Draft' -

COY Sues FG, LASG For N59 Billion Over Eko Bar Beach Project -

Soludo's Father Released, in Good Health -

NSCDC Boss Enjoins Citizens On Deregulation -

Sheraton Abuja Hotel Checks Out for Children -

NZ U17 World Cup dream run dashed by Nigeria - 3 News NZ

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Aviation Minister: Nigeria's Airspace Now Safe - THISDAY

Sanusi: CBN'll Restore Confidence in Banking Sector - THISDAY

Swine Flu: NEMA Mobilises Stakeholders - THISDAY

Nigeria Romps to Victory in Youth World Cup; Burkina Faso Falls - Voice of America

Katsina - Late Politician's Family Seeks Investigation -

Nation Would Be Worse Hit By Climate Change If - Minister -

Visiting Teams Praise Nigerian Hospitality at Under-17 World Cup - Voice of America

CBN Raises Alarm On Rising Cases of Bank Fraud -

Nigeria's Golden Eaglets triumph - BBC Sport

Nigeria Says It's Ready to Contain Swine Flu - Voice of America

Minister Wants Judiciary Workers to End Strike -

Vaswani Brothers - Court Vacates Deportation Order -

CBN Returns ETB to Mike Adenuga -

Nation Records First Swine Flu Case -

Climate Change - Global Warning And Local Opportunities -

Starcomms of Nigeria Posts Wider Loss on Currency - Bloomberg

Nigeria records first case of swine flu - NEXT

Nigeria's Rivers State Governor Vows to Demolish Waterfront Homes - Voice of America

Nigeria bailout won't push deficit over 3pct: Central Bank - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria coach calls for fans' total support - Xinhua

Globalstar Opens New Gateway Expanding Coverage Into Oil Rich Nigeria and ... - (press release)

Uganda: Has Big Brother Turned Into a Nigerian Do? -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria points to cautious relaunch of Equitorial - Reuters

Nigerian kidnappers free father of ex-bank chief - AFP

Akwa Ibom - Ex-Legislator's Death Splits NBA -

Eaglets, New Zealand in Winner-Takes-All Duel -

Vaswanis - Court Quashes Deportation Order -

Nigeria points to cautious relaunch of Equitorial - Reuters

Nation Would Be Worse Hit By Climate Change If- Minister -

Nigeria records first swine flu case in US girl - Reuters South Africa

Anambra PDP - Unending Theatrics Over Governorship Ticket -

FG, Iran to Strengthen Ties in Technology Transfer -

A decade of Sharia law in north Nigeria breeds frustration - AFP

Nigerian politician stacks stands for NZ match - TVNZ

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Balogun Foundation Roots For Nigeria - THISDAY

Deregulation - Senate Summons Lukman, Bakindo, Others -

Murder - Ex-Minister Arraigned For False Information -

Bankole - N700 Billion Missing -

N84 Billion Loans Scam - Court to Rule On Atuche, Ojo's Bail November 9 -

Bode George - Rule of Law Prevailed - PDP -

We Don't Know Whereabouts Soludo's Dad -

Stock market fails to rebound - NEXT

US eliminated from U-17 WCup after loss to Italy -

Recurring theme of missed chances as US falls to Italy - US Soccer - ESPN

Host Nigeria Prepares for Elimination Match at Under-17 World Cup - Voice of America

UPDATE 1-Nigeria's First Bank plans acquisitions with bond - Reuters

Nigerian Stocks: Flour Mills, Ecobank Are Among Most Active - Bloomberg

Cain demands focus as NZ eye Nigeria - TVNZ

Nigeria's First Bank says eyes intl acquisition - Reuters

Low oil prices hit Total profits - BBC News

Progress Toward the Rule of Law? - Huffington Post (blog)

INSTANT VIEW 2-Nigeria leaves interest rates at 6 pct - Forbes

Nigeria's Starcomms says 9-mo profit quadruples - Reuters

Total, Statoil Boost Output, Countering Lower Refining Margins - Bloomberg

More former Nigeria bank execs face charges after bailout - Reuters

Oil giant Total reports 54% profit plunge - AFP

Nigeria consulting unions before fuel subsidies cut - Reuters South Africa

Shell Aims to 'Quickly' Restore Nigerian Production - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Oando sees 15000 bpd of oil by Q2, 2010 - Reuters

UPDATE 1-Nigeria's Stanbic IBTC pretax profit falls 63 pct - Reuters

Nigeria's Stanbic IBTC pretax profit falls 63 pct - Reuters

Yar'Adua Can't Fix The Country - Buhari -

Gov Sanusi, mind your language - Daily Sun

Nigerian Bank Heads Accused of Granting Loan Without Collateral - Bloomberg

Cain demands focus as NZ eye Nigeria - Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog)

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

CBN Wants Banks to Report Politicians' Deals - THISDAY

Yar'Adua: Crisis in Niger Republic 'll Affect Nigeria - THISDAY

Before Soludo is allowed to rule Anambra - NEXT

Deregulation - Sharp Practices, Bickering Rule Fuel Market -

NNPC, Oil Firms Set Up Committee on Post-Amnesty Program -

Skepticism Greets Niger Delta Oil Plan - Voice of America

NZ U-17s earn Nigeria's respect - TVNZ

Nigeria leaves rates at 6.0 pct, sees inflation risk - Reuters South Africa

John Obi Mikel: I'm Fit For Chelsea & Nigeria -

Nigeria's Reintegration Program for Former Militants to Start - Bloomberg

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6 Percent on Credit Crunch, Faster GDP Growth - Bloomberg

Nigeria to begin re-training ex-oil rebels - AFP

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6% on Credit Crunch, Growth - Bloomberg

Anambra Polls - Ojukwu, a Threat to Democracy - Chief Okeke -

PPPRA Staff Reject Ahmadu Ali As Board Chairman -

Youths Angry With Yar'Adua -

Police May Arrest Chris Uba Today -

Cash crackdown in Nigerian banks - BBC News

No Militants in the Creeks - FG -

Borno to Commence Airlift of 3000 Pilgrims -

Kidnap - Police Quiz Uba, Summon Soludo -

First Bank of Nigeria First-Half Net Profit Plunges on Provision - Bloomberg

'Ojukwu is a Security Risk' -

Ecobank Nigeria Posts Third-Quarter Loss on Bad-Debt Provision - Bloomberg

Nigeria's First Bank H1 pre-tax profit 3.2 bln naira - Reuters

Mikel named in Nigeria squad - BBC Sport

Nigeria 2009: The groups in photos -

Ndlea Seizes Lorry Load of Hemp -

El-Rufai Lacks Moral Guts to Bash Yar'Adua - PDP -

2011 And the Imperatives of Electoral Reform -

Pinnacle Insurance Partners Police on Terrorism -

Delta to Use Climate Change to Tackle Amnesty -

NNPC Assures Citizens of Adequate Fuel Supply -

Amodu Picks Kanu, Akpala For Kenya -

Warner to Abuja Fans - You're Shameful, Unpatriotic -

UK expats learn Nigerian culture - BBC News

NZ U-17's earn Nigeria's respect - TVNZ

Monday, November 02, 2009

Media houses in Bode George libel case ask for more time - NEXT

FIFA Technical Study Group Rates Nigeria 2009 High - THISDAY

Nigerians In Diaspora Want Review Of Banking Reforms - LeadershipNigeria

Shell helps retrain former oil militants in Nigeria - Reuters

Injured Mikel included in Nigeria squad - ESPN

Over 1 bln dlrs recovered from Nigeria bad bank debtors: police - AFP

Warner rates Nigeria chances - BBC Sport

Ribadu Lodged US$15 Million Ibori's Bribe With CBN - Waziri -

Yar'Adua Must Not Shame the North - El-Rufai -

Rivers Seeks Alternative Power -

Nigerian Stocks: Access Bank, Unilever Among Most Active Shares - Bloomberg

Akunyili and Ndukwe Lead Speakers at Digital Sense Forum -

Football: Heartland take slim lead - CNN International

Post-Amnesty Anxiety -

'No Rift Between Atiku, Tinubu, Akande' -

Still On Niger Delta Amnesty -

'Yar'adua is a Liar!' -

Nigeria seeks tenures for bank chiefs after bailout - Reuters

Nahcon Procures 5000 More Accommodation For Pilgrims -

Unilever Nigeria's 9-mo pretax profit more than double - Reuters

'Surveyors Cannot Afford to Fail' -

FG Grants 15 Marketers License to Import Fuel Today -

Lawal Warns Eaglets Against Complacency -

Police to Tackle Arms Smuggling -

NSA Has No Power to Investigate, Enforce Law - Court -

CAF Champions League review -

Deregulation - the Revolving Door -

Nation - US Ties - Matters Arising -

Farmers growing electricity along with their crops - The Associated Press

And the Curtain Falls -

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Nigeria's Uncertain Peace Dividend - Wall Street Journal

Trading picks weekly top 10 - BusinessDay

Eaglets Draw New Zealand in Round of 16 - THISDAY

Nigerian banks - BusinessDay

Bode George's Leeway to Golgotha: Who's Next? - THISDAY

Swiss Coach Happy to Avoid Nigeria - THISDAY

Niger Delta: Charting New Developmental Roadmap - THISDAY

The shame of the 2009 U-17 World Cup - NEXT

Lasting peace in hopes and fears - AFP

US rides a strong defensive effort to beat UAE - US Soccer - ESPN

Nigerian Oil Firm Plans to List in London - Wall Street Journal

Trouble flares in Niger delta - Ninemsn

FIFA Under-17 World Cup Round Of 16 Pairings: Hosts Nigeria Battle New Zealand -

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Burkina Faso hammers Costa Rica 4-1 to go through - Le Mali en ligne

Mazembe gain fist leg advantage - BBC Sport

FIFA Under-17 World Cup: Burkina Faso & Iran Reach Knockout Stage -

Heartland edge ahead in African Champs Lge final - Global - ESPN

Gas flaring in Nigeria - Financial Times

Nigeria rebels say truce could end -

Nigerian Corner: Golden Eaglets Class Of 2009 Offer A Bigger Promise -

Churches in Nigeria denounce children as witches - Boston Globe

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Nigeria, S'Africa to Sign Pact on Visa Exemption - THISDAY

Heartland, Mazembe tango for $1.5 million - NEXT

Malawi, Algeria in fight for survival - NEXT

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