Google Nigerian News Archive for February 2010

Saturday, February 27, 2010

National Assembly's resolution saved Nigeria from collapsing – Owan-Enoh - The Punch

With bureaucrats in the saddle Nigeria is in danger – Ogunlewe - The Punch

'Rebranding Nigeria' drive suffers blow - Gulf Times

World Football World Cup qualifiers Nigeria name Lagerback as coach - Reuters UK

Shunned in Nigeria, hailed in Libya - NEXT

Jonathan: Don't divide Nigeria, S-South govs warn northern counterparts - Vanguard

Acting and the Nigerian mentality - NEXT

A bridge between Nigeria and Cameroon - NEXT

Nigeria appoint Lagerback - ESPN

Nigeria hires Lagerback to coach World Cup squad - TSN

Christians in Nigeria Decry Police Inaction in Church Burnings - Christian Post

Nigeria hires Lagerback to lead World Cup team -

Nigeria name Sweden's Lagerback as new coach - AFP

Save Nigeria from collapse, CNPP tasks FEC - The Punch

Nigeria hires Lagerback to lead World Cup team - USA Today

Lagerback named as new coach of Nigeria - ESPN

Nigeria appoint Lars Lagerback as coach for World Cup - BBC Sport

Nigeria appoint Lagerback - SkySports

Lagerback is Super Eagles' coach - NEXT

Eagles coach may emerge today - NEXT

Thompson Elementary puts on Nigerian fashion show - Rockford Register Star

Friday, February 26, 2010

Britain hails Nigerian Prez's decision - All India Radio

Amodu And The 'Evil Genius' In Nigerian Football - The Guardian - Nigeria

US supports Nigeria's acting president - AFP

Nedbank, Ecobank to Acquire Troubled Banks - Insurance News Net (press release)

Nigeria-US Partnership Remains Strong - Voice of America

US, Britain back Nigeria's acting leader -

US supports Nigeria's acting president - Africasia

UPDATE 1-Britain backs Nigeria's acting leader amid fears - Reuters India

Nigerian refineries back online -

AC Wants Yar'Adua to Address the Nation -

Statoil in punch up over Nigerian oil -

Nedbank, Ecobank to Acquire Troubled Banks in Nigerian - Insurance News Net (press release)

Nigeria spends millions on pipeline repair -

Eriksson expects swift Nigeria response - ESPN

British government backs Nigerian acting president - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nitel Sale - NCP Advised to Effect Winning Bid - All Africa ICT

Army Dismisses Coup Plot -

Jonathan is Still Acting President - Undedss Insists -

Ndokwa People Urge Support for Jonathan -

Statoil Ordered by Nigeria Court to Set Aside Revenue - BusinessWeek

'We'll Secede From Nation' -

Nigerian Nobel laureate says NO to 'Illegal' exercise of presidential power - Afrique en Ligue

Britain backs Nigeria's acting leader amid fears - Reuters UK

Nigeria backs $2.5 telecom bid after China doubts - Reuters South Africa

There Can't Be Two Presidents - Abayomi -

Reflections On Angola 2010 (2) -

Manner of Return Cause For Deep Concern-Keyamo -

Statoil Ordered by Nigerian Court to Set Aside Crude Revenue - BusinessWeek

Eagles Have More Respect for Foreign Coaches - Shittu -

Top FG Officials Met US Envoy in Close Door Meeting -

FG Dismisses US Fears Over Nigeria -

Eriksson - I Am Happy to Be Here - NFF to Interview Lagerback Today -

CPC, RMG, Express Fear -

Hatred of the Igbo - Bane of Southern Unity (2) -

Troops Deployment Without Jonathan's Nod Treasonable - South South ... -

Nigeria's banks court Chinese investment - BBC News

No Tears for Tandja -

Leave Bankole Alone -

Oil Majors Divided Over Nigeria's Reforms -

When the Military Seemed Welcome -

Jonathan rules, meets 6-man delegation from Niger - Vanguard

Goodluck Jonathan clarifies statements about his planned visit to Nigeria's ... - NgEX

Shell and What drives the tensions in a difficult marriage - (blog)

Statoil Told to Set Aside Nigerian Oil Field Revenue, FT Says - Bloomberg

Yar'Adua, Not in Country - Fayose -

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Nigerian President's Return Shrouded in Mist - The Epoch Times

HIV: Nigeria records 1000 new infections daily —UNAIDS - The Punch

More debate over Petroleum Bill - NEXT

Get a good coach for Super Eagles - The Punch

After Yar'Adua return, Nigeria wonders when he'll take power - Christian Science Monitor

Nigerian acting president meets Niger junta delegation - Africasia

I Can't Speak Until I See Him - Akeredolu -

Uncertainty for Nigeria's oil industry -

Nigeria hails Total's plan to invest 20-billion-dollar - Africasia

Who leads Nigeria to the World Cup? - Vanguard

Nigerian Banking Stocks' Outlook Is 'Positive,' Meristem Says - BusinessWeek

Gas Cuts - Electricity Generation Plunges to 2543 MW -

Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan 'is acting president' - BBC News

Nigeria's oil services firms set to gain from reforms - Reuters UK

Nigeria Ambassador, Dokubo-Asari Disagree -

Nigerian Banking Stocks' Outlook Is 'Positive,' Meristem Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria Senate Sets Time Limit for President's Absence - Voice of America

Yar'Adua's Dramatic Return -

Chevron invests in Nigeria amid dust-up -

Glenn Hoddle Says Semi-Final Finish Possible For Nigeria -

Anambra West Steps Up Support for Obi -

Why Rilwan Lukman Would Not Resign -

Eni to Drive Power, LNG Projects to Conclusion -

Nigerian VP urges peace as president recuperates - CNN International

Nigeria talk to Hoddle & Eriksson - BBC Sport

Senate Completes Sectoral Amendment of Constitution -

FG Lists Gains of Petroleum Bill -

SNG Insists On Invocation of Section 144 -

How Yar'Adua Was Forced Home -

Hoddle and Eriksson in talks to be new Nigeria coach - BBC Sport

Yar'Adua's Return Triggers Nigeria Power Struggle, Eurasia Says - BusinessWeek

He Should Resign Or Face Impeachment -Lawyers -

Yar'Adua's Return Triggers Nigeria Power Struggle, Eurasia Says - Bloomberg

National Assembly Keeps Mum On Yar'Adua -

I'll Get Justice for Anambra People - Ngige - Ngige -

Firefighters Identify Inadequate Fire Cover at Airports -

Nigeria Senate sets time limit on absentee presidents - BBC News

Nedbank, Ecobank May Buy Stake in Nigerian Lender - BusinessWeek

Deminers Recover Wreckage of War Plane in Akwa Ibom -

Yar'Adua May Resume Office Without Legal Formality, Says Molajo -

Hoddle - I Believe in Nation's Football Potentials -

Iwu - End Poll Disputes Within 90 Days -

Senate Amends Constitution to Check Power Vacuum -

Send Letter in 14 Days -

Umaru Yar'Adua's stealthy return to Nigeria raises concerns - Los Angeles Times

World Digest: Nigeria's ailing president returns, renewing fears of instability - Washington Post

Nigeria, South Africa: Sub-Sahara Africa Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Greece wary of Eagles threat - NEXT

Nigerian president returns, reviving uncertainty - Reuters South Africa

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

24 Hours After, Yar'Adua Remains a Ghost -

Save Nigeria Group: He Must Address N'Assembly, Nigerians - THISDAY

Chevron invests N444b in Nigeria - NEXT

Leader's Return to Nigeria Sets Showdown - Wall Street Journal

Eagles can deliver, says Hoddle - NEXT

2011 - Conduct Credible Elections, Catholic Bishops Tell Jonathan -

Uncertainty as ailing Nigerian president returns - Irish Times

Nigeria's ailing leader flies back under cover of darkness - Independent

Foreign coach: Lagerback arrives, faces panel on Friday - The Punch

Don't use return to destabilise Nigeria, US warns Yar'Adua's aides - The Punch

Shell pledges to help Nigeria harness gas resources - Africasia

Examining the US-Nigeria Relationship in a Time of Transition - US Department of State

Bears' Idonije keeping up efforts for Nigeria - Chicago Tribune

Nigeria's Jonathan Must Fix Oil Investment, Security - BusinessWeek

Nigerian President Returns Home, But Uncertainty Continues - Voice of America

N15 Billion Fraud - EFCC Compiles Charges against Adamu -

Nigeria rejects criticism of new oil policy - Financial Times

How Nigeria President Yar'Adua made his stealth return - Christian Science Monitor

Sidibe, Goosby Meet With Leaders In Nigeria To Promote Country's Fight Against ... - Kaiser Family Foundation

Adviser: Nigeria's ill president returns home - Houston Chronicle

Nigerian President Yar'Adua Returns as Deputy Retains Power - BusinessWeek

Nigerian President Yar'Adua Returns as Deputy Retains Power - Bloomberg

Nigeria oil militants say still awaiting talks - Reuters South Africa

Nigerian VP to Run Government While Yar'Adua Recovers - Voice of America

Yar'Adua returns but Nigeria deputy stays in charge - BBC News

US Fears Nigeria Leader's Return May Fuel Uncertainty - New York Times

Senate Receives First Letter from Acting President - Jonathan ... -

Anambra Election - the Myth of Relevance -

IG Urges Officers to Shun Complancency -

Representatives Laud BPE On Sale of Nitel -

US fears Nigeria leader's return may fuel uncertainty - Reuters

Jos Crisis - Yuguda Constitutes Committee to Resettle Victims -

AMC - Expert Harps On Risk Management Capacity Building For CBN, Banks -

Nigeria's crude oil production dipping, says Shell - Daily Sun

Glenn Hoddle in talks about leading Nigeria to World Cup - The Guardian

Ailing Nigerian leader returns home - CNN International

NFF, Performance to Determine Foreign Coach's Future -

Nigeria's Jonathan Must Fix Oil Industry Investment, Security - BusinessWeek

Official: Ill Nigerian president has returned home - San Francisco Chronicle

Commissioner Counsels Akwa-Ibom Women -

Local media reports president's return - Washington Post

Jonathan's leadership could increase investors' confidence - NEXT

Ribadu Urges US to Prosecute Corrupt Locals -

The messy sale of Nitel - NEXT

Senate Receives First Letter From Jonathan -

Nigerian President Returns Home Amid Uncertainty - New York Times

Total May Invest $20 Billion In Nigeria - Benzinga

Nigerian president returns from Saudi hospital - Washington Post

2011 - Northern Group Asks PDP Not to Field Jonathan -

The Presidency: FEC's Raucous Conference and Six-Man Delegates - NgEX

Has President Yar'Adua returned to Nigeria? - NgEX

Top Nigerian minister ousted - Victoria Times Colonist

Oil majors warn Nigeria on planned industry reforms -

Nigeria stablity depends on 2011 poll planning: US - Reuters South Africa

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Nigerian President Returns From Saudi Arabia, ThisDay Reports - Bloomberg

Hoddle set for Eagles job - NEXT

Jonathan Hails Proposed $20bn Investment in Oil, Gas Sector - THISDAY

Nigerian president Umaru Yar'Adua flies home -

Plane Believed To Be Carrying Nigerian President Arrives in Abuja - Voice of America

Nigerian President returns to country after 3 month in Saudi hospital - National Post

Brain-damaged president leaves Nigeria in crisis - Montreal Gazette

Shell warns Nigeria of risk from reforms - Financial Times

Ailing Yar'Adua returns to Nigeria - Financial Times

Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua 'returns home' - BBC News

Plane believed carrying Nigeria's leader lands in capital - Africasia

Nigeria president 'heads home' -

Shell raises alarm over Nigeria's dwindling oil production - BusinessDay

Yar'Adua returns to Nigeria - Financial Times

Anambra - Morning After -

I'll Revive Eagles Dwindling Fortunes - Lagerback -

Nigerian president returning from Saudi: sources - Reuters

French oil firm promises $20B investment - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to help in developing Uganda's oil, gas - Afrique en Ligue

Develop Nigeria's oil region for lasting peace, say officials - Africasia

Nigeria's acting president says French oil firm Total to invest $20B in ... -

Hoddle: Considering Nigeria role - SkySports

Nigeria stablity depends on 2011 poll planning-U.S. - Reuters India

Nigeria stablity depends on 2011 poll planning-US - Reuters India

Total To Invest $20B With Partners In Nigeria Projects - Wall Street Journal

Top US Official on Africa Calls for Nigerian Electoral Reforms Prior to 2011 Poll - Voice of America

How Police Smashed Six-Man Robbery Gang in Ogun -

Nigeria To Ship Four April Bonny Light Crude Cargoes-Trade - Wall Street Journal

Federal Govt Pledges Assistance to Uganda in Oil and Gas Sector -

Acting president promises oil overhaul - BusinessWeek

Federal Govt, Ex-Militants Meet -

US Asks Nigeria to Allow Its Sky Marshals on Flights to US - BusinessWeek

Global natgas demand weak until 2015-Nigeria LNG - Reuters South Africa

Country's Woes - Akinola Blames Muslims, Christians -

Chinese Firms Will Fail Federal Govt on Nitel - Atcon Boss -

Will the Saudi King Also Stop the Escof? -

Nigeria vows to ensure stable crude supply - AFP

Nigerian politician accused of embezzling $100M - Washington Post

Shell slams Nigeria's reform oil bill - AFP

Shell slams Nigeria's reform oil bill, says it 'lacks insight' - Africasia

OSI Systems Receives Order from Government of Nigeria for Rapiscan Secure 1000 ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Nigeria NNPC says Kaduna, Warri refineries onstream - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria arrests former state governor for graft - Reuters South Africa

Shell Africa chief attacks Nigeria levies - Financial Times

Climate Change - Flood Threatens Niger Delta Communities --World Bank ... -

Nitel Sale - New Twist in Chinese Firm's Stake -

Oil majors warn Nigeria on planned industry reforms - Reuters South Africa

Yar'Adua - Ministers Prepare for Showdown -

Fashola Urges NPC to Invest in Housing -

Djokivic Confident of Eagles Job -

The New Pilgrimage -

Another Look At The Country's Anti-Graft Strategy -

Don't Make PHCN Escapegoat -

Hope For Girls Holds in Lagos -

Voters' Register - INEC Denies N5 Billion Alleged Fraud -

PDP Will Lose Osun If... Akinbade -

Total sees growth in Nigeria, hopeful on oil reform - NEXT

Supporters to Determine My Stay in ANPP, Says Albishir -

Nigeria oil reform would worsen bad situation -Shell - Reuters UK

NFF Interview Metsu, Dujkovic for Eagles' Job -

PDP Denies Shopping for Yar'Adua's Replacement -

Fuel Scarcity Persists in North of Country -

Nigeria Moves Close to Total Darkness -

Police Arrest Three Fake Military Officers -

New Coach Gets World Cup Semi-Final Target -

Country Tackles Reform, Unrest at Oil Conference -

FG Warns Security Agencies Against Unjust Treatment -

N15 Billion Fraud - EFCC Releases Ex-Gov Adamu -

Reform in Oil Sector Irreversible - Jonathan -

Post-Mortem of Anambra Election -

High Stakes in the Nigerian Soap Opera on AWOL President - THISDAY

Nigerian ministers travelling to Saudi wont visit president Yar'Adua - Minister - NgEX

FG, Labour to Set Up Committee On Deregulation -

Power Generation Drops to 2200MW -

Jonathan - We'll Better Ghana's Election Record -

EFCC Arrests Abdullahi Adamu - Over Alleged N15 Billion Fraud -

Monday, February 22, 2010

Yar'Adua - FG's Team Gets Saudi Clearance -

Governorship Tussle - Violent Protest Erupts in Sokoto -

Nigeria-Yar'Adua: Govt. delegation off to Saudi Monday - Afrique en Ligue

China's Unicom denies joining bidders for Nigeria phone company; might want ... - Baltimore Sun

Australian Giant Invest in Country's Gold Project -

China Unicom 'Interested' in Nitel, Revising Position - BusinessWeek

Representatives may summon Saudi Ambassador to Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria's in a Blind Alley, Says Ajayi - THISDAY

Acting president promises oil overhaul - eTaiwan News

China Unicom Says UK Unit in Touch With NITEL Bidders - Wall Street Journal

Acting president promises oil overhaul - R & D Magazine

'Anambra election has qualified Iwu for another term' - Nigerian Compass

Acting president promises oil overhaul - CNBC

Acting President Promises Oil Overhaul - WJTV

In search of quality enhancement for Nigerian banks - NEXT

Jonathan pledges to maintain Nigeria's leadership role in Africa - The Punch

Yar'Adua laying bad precedent — SNG - The Punch

'The Presidency Is More Important Than The Person Who Occupies It'- Rice - Modern Ghana

BushWorld Weekend Edition: Inwood Village to Nigeria - Dallas Morning News (blog)

Accord Party Lauds INEC on Anambra Guber Poll -

Djukovic, Metsu get semi final target - NEXT

Nigeria committed to oil sector overhaul -Jonathan - Reuters

Former England Manager Glenn Hoddle Favourite For Nigeria Job - Report -

Country Will Lead by Example - Dr Jonathan -

Communal Crisis - Corpses Litter Ebonyi Road -

Ex-South South Governor Fingered in Plot Against Jonathan -

Anambra - Mixing Mathematics And Politics -

China Unicom interested in Nigerian telco - Reuters India

Nigeria cabinet team to visit ailing leader in Saudi - Reuters South Africa

The Nation- Not Haven of Sectarian Riots, Obasanjo Insists -

Fuel shortage in Nigeria eases -

Jonathan Assures of Credible Polls in 2011 - Insists The Country is ... -

Nigeria - New Lessons in Democracy And Nation-Building . -

China Unicom Is 'Interested' in Nigerian Investment - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Bush-Blair protest arrests condemned - BBC News

Africa: Aids Fight in Africa -

China Unicom Interested in Exploring Investment in Nigeria Telco - Bloomberg

China Unicom denies bid for Nigeria telcom company - Reuters

Former Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu: I Rank Among World's Best Coaches -

Obasanjo Ignores Question On Yar'Adua -

'I Don't Prosecute Sectional Agenda' -

Jonathan's Posters Take Over PDP Headquarters -

FEC's Six-Man Team in Saudi -

Village Head, Six Others Die in Clash -

Niger Sacks Islahudeen Sect From Three LG's -

Be More Prayerful, Makinde Urges Citizens -

MTN, Zain Win Two-Month SIM-Registration Reprieve in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

N10 Billion Housing Fund - Workers Petition Jonathan -

MTN, Zain Win Two-Month SIM-Registration Reprieve in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Doctors block access to Nigerian president: ambassador - AFP

Anti-Bush, Blair protesters released in Nigeria - Africasia

Fitch Canvasses Sack of Non-Executive Directors of Ailing Banks -

BPE May Revoke $2.5 Billion Bid for Nitel - All Africa ICT

How Anambra Election Was Conducted - Iwu -

Why Nation is Retarding - Sule, Nnamani -

Bush, Blair Visit Jonathan -

Doctors block access to Nigerian president: ambassador - Africasia

Police Kill One in Kano As Students Protest Murder of Colleague -

West African Single Currency Comes Upstream in 2015 -

Angola, Sub-Sahara Africa Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Angola, Sub-Sahara Africa Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

2011 Must Be Free, Transparent - Blair, Bush -

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Lagos Tenancy Bill - Tougher Times Await Tenants, NGO -

Wdas - Naira Appreciates Further By 12 Kobo -

The Born Again Farouk Muttalab And World Peace!! -

Equities Profit-Taking, Fluctuation of Equity Prices to Persist -

Last Mission to Saudi -

2011 Race - Fashola's Bolt-Away Strategy -

The New Face of Oshodi -

Let Anambra Be -

We Never Asked Plateau Indigenes to Leave Bauchi - Speaker -

Bush and Blair honour Nigeria firms - The Press Association

Presidency Jittery Over Suits Against Jonathan -

Nigeria's First Female Perm Sec Immortalised - THISDAY

Expect Credible Polls in 2011, Says Jonathan - THISDAY

Lent: Pray for Nigeria, Makinde Urges - THISDAY

PENGASSAN Asks Jonathan to Open Up on Yar'Adua - THISDAY

Nigeria's sovereignty threatened as Yar'Adua is feared 'kidnapped' - BusinessDay

Bush, Blair attend Nigeria ceremony - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Give Us Young Eagles! - LeadershipNigeria

Italian oil company doubles investments in Nigeria - NEXT

Nigerian banks, a good bet – Analysts - The Punch

Bharti Airtel sees huge market in Zain Nigeria - The Punch

Nigeria assures Bush of credible vote in 2011 - AFP

Nigerian police arrest Iraq war protesters - Financial Times

Nigeria assures Bush of credible vote in 2011 - Africasia

Last mission to Saudi - Vanguard

An eyewitness to Anambra election - Daily Sun

Nigerian telecoms sell-off in disarray - Financial Times

Nigerian Oil Rebels Urged to Sustain Peace Process - Voice of America

HP intensifies fight against fake products in Ghana, Nigeria - Ghana Business News

Again, Controversy Trails Sale of Nitel - Chinese Group Denies ... -

Eriksson and Hoddle on Nigeria shortlist - ESPN

Blair Promotes Interfaith Initiatives In Africa - Voice of America

Police detain a Nigerian civil rights leader protesting - The Canadian Press

Anti-Bush, Blair protesters arrested in Nigeria - Africasia

Nigerian civil rights leader detained - Forbes

Nigerian civil rights leader detained - Washington Post

UNAIDS chief to visit Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria to test 2010 strength against Paraguay - BuaNews Online (press release)

Psychosocial impact of sickle cell disorder:perspectives from a Nigerian setting - 7thSpace Interactive (press release)

Mamadou Tandja And The Coup In Niger - The Guardian - Nigeria

Port Harcourt Flights and Why It Is Famous - SBWire (press release)

Jonathan can now take full responsibilities for his actions– Sen. Sekibo - The Punch

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Yar'Adua: Blair commends Nigeria - The Punch

Toyota's Recall Of Vehicles - The Guardian - Nigeria

2012 Nations Cup: Nigeria draws Guinea, Madagascar - The Punch

UTOMI: Restore Investors Confidence, Invest More In Job Creation, Rekindle ... - The Guardian - Nigeria

Obasanjo: Blair Instrumental to Nigeria's Debt Relief - THISDAY

Risk reduction culture in Nigeria is very low – NEMA DG - The Punch

Nigeria eyes Moses for World Cup - The Punch

Israel-Palestinian peace talks offers hope for Nigeria - The Richmark Sentinel

Nigeria, Yar'Adua and Akunyili - The Punch

Reaction to Plan to Kill Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan - Modern Ghana

Nigeria handled president's absence with skill: Blair - AFP

Reintroducing Fela Kuti - Los Angeles Times

The paralysing search for a new Super Eagles' coach - NEXT

FRANKLY SPEAKING: A wonderful decade for Nigeria - NEXT

Unveiling plans for Nigeria's 50th anniversary - NEXT

Nigeria needs a developmental coach, Anyansi - Vanguard

Nigeria handled president's absence with skill : Blair - Africasia

Blair in Nigeria to urge fight against malaria - AFP

Blair in Nigeria to urge fight against malaria - Africasia

Blair: Israel-Palestinian peace talks to resume - Washington Post

Nigeria's new president yet to convince masses - Washington Post

Nigeria's new president yet to convince masses - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Egypt face Nigeria & SA in tough African group - BBC News

Nigerian apex bank steps up reforms, restructures operations - Afrique en Ligue

Obama's 'I-Don't-Quit' Speech And Nigeria -

Schafer admits Nigeria contact - SkySports

African Comment: No African Challenge For The 2010 World Cup -

Nigeria Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q2 2010 - a new market research - (press release)

Nigerian acting president says to partner with Australia in mining - (press release)

Egyptian Chief Slams Nigeria Over Shehata Candidacy -

Nigerian agency stands by $2.5 bln telecoms offer - Reuters South Africa

Early election could intensify Nigeria power struggle - Reuters South Africa

Friday, February 19, 2010

Crew braved prison to make Nigeria film - The Missoulian

ECOWAS condemns military coup in Niger - People's Daily Online


An Accidental Leader Stirs Hopes in Nigeria - New York Times

How Jonathan runs Nigeria - Vanguard

We're Satisfied with Zuokumor's Achievements - IYC -

Nigerian agency stands by $2.5 bln telecoms offer - Reuters India

Obasanjo behind Save Nigeria Group – Musa - Nigerian Compass

Sentiments aside, I rank among world's best –Amodu - The Punch

Stay calm, we will clear Nigerian line: Zain CEO - Economic Times

DAILY INDEPENDENT (NIGERIA) The Post-Yar'Adua Era (1) - Tehran Times

East Hanover man charged in 'Nigerian' scam; Parsippany victim lost $145K -

'Psychopathic' father jailed for baby murder - BBC News

Foreign coach: Turkey's lesson for Lulu and his co-travellers - Vanguard

Country, Australia to Sustain Ties -

Football: Coach Amodu Shaibu resumes training with home-based Super Eagles - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria, Australia pledge to sustain bilateral ties - The Punch

Can any man tame the Super Eagles? - BBC Sport (blog)

Nigeria Government Stands By Statement Unicom Bid For Nitel - Wall Street Journal

Bharti Airtel Says Not Exploring SingTel Funding For Zain Deal - Wall Street Journal

Buy on the Nigeria rumour, sell on the Niger fact - Ethiopian Review

Politics Takes Centre Stage in Nigeria -

Minister - Policemen Don't Know How to Shoot -

Shooting - Policeman to Pay N10 Million to Victim -

Bharti Airtel Faces Broad Hurdle in Zain Deal - Wall Street Journal

Utaka Attacks Redknapp -

CNPP Writes Off Saudi Trip As Waste -

Driver Jailed For Crashing Master's Car -

Sudden Deaths On The Rise--Doctor -

Operators Disagree Over FG's Aviation Bailout Fund -

I Respect Senate -Kpakol -

The West, Media And Islamophobira (iii) -

Nyanya Traders Reject Old Naira Notes -

Amodu Fights Back - Says He Wants to Assist Foreign Coach -

Controversy Trails Planned Nitel Sale -

National Assembly Saved Nigeria From Coup - Ekweremadu -

Why Soludo, Ngige, Uba Others Lost in Anambra Election- Iwu -

State of the Nation - SoS to the Judiciary -

Yar'Adua - Reps Throw Out Section 144 Bill -

Shell in The Struggle for Accountability -

Oyo Denies Kidnap Rumour With Govt Cabs -

Again, FG Targets 16000MW Electricity By 2013 -

Muson - Bracing Up for 2010 Festival -

Stop Sulking Over Anambra Poll, Iwu Counsels Ngige, Soludo -

Amendment of Section 145 Threatened in Senate -

Amodu Resumes, Takes Charge of Team B - As Nff Contacts Shehata -

Restructuring - CBN Gets 25 Departments, 91 Divisions, 198 Offices -

The Post-Yar'Adua Era (1) - Boers And Northern Oligarchs -

Niger's Capital Reported Calm After Coup - New York Times

Nigeria risk sliding amid presidency crisis - Xinhua

Presidential sub-committee on Nigeria's aviation submits report - African Manager

Nigerian court awards N10 million in damages to bus driver shot by police - NgEX

Thursday, February 18, 2010

190 MPs Move to Save Yar'Adua -

Nitel - Technical Partner Denies Ties With Preferred Bidder -

The State of Nigerian Football - THISDAY

New Constitution Must Make Political Offices Less Attractive - Raimi -

The Polity, By Yusuph Olaniyonu, Email: ... - THISDAY

Apple's China Partner Squabbles with Nigeria - BusinessWeek (blog)

Liberian president picks up honorary degree in Nigeria - Running Africa

The sacking of Shuaibu Amodu - The Guardian - Nigeria

Johnson -Sirleaf praises Nigeria for Liberia's democracy - NEXT

Core Investors Take Over Eight Banks by June --CBN -

Khaled Fazaa/AFP/ Getty Images - NPR

Nigeria Government Repeats Unicom Is in Group Bidding for Nitel - BusinessWeek

Google maps Nigeria - NEXT

World Cup: Foreign coaches, a scorecard - The Punch

CNPP, textile workers oppose ministers' trip to S'Arabia - The Punch

Soldiers Storm Presidential Palace in Niger - New York Times

Nigerian Government Stands By Announcement on Nitel - Bloomberg

Plateau Police Record Attacks in Riyom -

Saving Nigeria through return of people's power - Vanguard

Nigerian president held after coup - Radio Netherlands

Yar'Adua question splits council into North - South divide - Afrika

Plateau Police Establish Special Squad to Combat Crisis -

Nigerian Government Says It Stands by Its Announcement on Nitel - BusinessWeek

'Nation Would Have Grounded Without Acting President' -

Amodu Backs Search For Foreign Coach - Insists He's Still Eagles Coach -

Confusion Grows on Nigerian Telecom Bid - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria miss out on Hiddink -

Nigeria Confirm Interest In Egyptian Coach Hassan Shehata -

TEXT-Fitch says Nigerian banking sector making improvements - Reuters

Nigeria's new president Be focused, be bold - Economist

CBN, Sanusi, E-Banking And Pillar of Inclusion -

Journalist Accused of Obstructing Acting President's Convoy -

Abbey Building Secures N1.5 Billion Facility From Netherlands -

Nigeria Paraguay friendly in confusion - BBC Sport

Nigeria plan a pre-World Cup friendly with Paraguay - BBC Sport

Chinese denial puts Nigeria telcom sale in doubt - Reuters

Goodluck Is Ecowas Chairman - Peace fm Online

Nigerian militants continue to attack pipelines - HazardEx

Should Nigeria Honour Mutallab? -

Yar'Adua - FEC Sends Six Man Team to Saudi Arabia -

We May Support Jonathan for President - El-Rufai -

China Unicom, Telecom NZ, Deny Involvement in Nigeria Bids - BusinessWeek

Summit was not a talkshop - Ghana News Agency

Troubled Banks - CBN Sets Deadline for Merger -

Want To Argue With Naz From Nigeria? -

Gas Shortage Worsens Power Supply -

Oando Rights Issue Generates Massive Interest in South Africa -

Plight of Locals - Danjuma Sinks $100 Million Into Foundation -

Sanusi: Petroleum Subsidy Gulps N1trillion in 4yrs - THISDAY

Hiddink must not take the Nigeria job - Informante

Telecom NZ Joins Unicom in Denying Involvement in Nigeria Bid - BusinessWeek

China Unicom Denies It's Involved in Nigeria Bid - BusinessWeek

Power Supply Drops to 2500MW -

...Raises Alarm over Threat to Nigerian Waters - THISDAY

China Unicom denies involvement in Nigeria bid - Reuters South Africa

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Beginning of the End - Six-Man FEC Team to Visit Yar'Adua -

A joke gone too far - NEXT

China Unicom Denies It's Involved in Nigeria Bid - Bloomberg

Resolve Yar'Adua's Health Status Or Go to Jail -


President Sirleaf for ECOWAS summit in Nigeria... - Liberia Broadcasting System

China Unicom Denies Nigerian Bid - Wall Street Journal

Central Bank's reforms may aid Islamic Banking - NEXT

Economy:We Need Constant Flow Of Cash – Sanusi - LeadershipNigeria

China Unicom:Not Bidding For Stake In Nigerian Telecommunications - Wall Street Journal

Goodluck Smiles on Nigeria? - Technorati (blog)

The crisis of the Nigerian Presidency - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigeria yet to request Shehata's release - Daily Sun

Wither Nigerian football? - The Punch

Jonathan beware of OBJ, EK - Vanguard

Cabinet to send group to ill president - eTaiwan News

China's Unicom bids for Nigerian telecom firm - Livemint

Mittal's Credibility Tested in Bharti Bid for Zain Africa - BusinessWeek

AP source: Hand-swabbing a bigger part of security - The Associated Press

Summit was not a talkshop -President Mills - Joy Online

I'm still Eagles' chief coach, Amodu - Vanguard

Nigeria reject coaching speculation - BBC Sport

Nigeria cabinet sends team to see ill president - AFP

Nigeria retains chairmanship of ECOWAS - Acting President, Goodluck Jonathan ... - NgEX

Unicom Bids to Enter Nigeria -

Refineries - Reps Berate NNPC -

Nigeria cabinet sends team to see ill president - Africasia

Nigeria cabinet rejects motion against Yar'Adua: source - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria cabinet rejects motion against Yar'Adua-source - Reuters UK

Nigeria's Nitel to be Sold to Consortium -

Nigeria's Leadership Of ECOWAS Extended For Another Year - RTT News

National Assembly Members Vow to Resist Deregulation -

Jonathan, Industry Chiefs Rekindle Amnesty Deal -

Another Look At the National Assembly's Resolution -

Ups And Downs of Acting Presidency -

GDP - Sanusi, Economist Disagree -

Christians Mark Ash Wednesday Tomorrow -

Chinese Firm Buys Nitel for $2.5 Billion -

Nigeria/Egypt: Egypt FA Allow Shehata-Nigeria Talks -

Jonathan Needs More Than Good Luck -

FG Probes Boko Haram Members' Execution -

Bus Crashes Into Primary School, Kills Two -

Yar'Adua - Reps Fail to Submit Report -

Liberia: President Sirleaf Travels to Nigeria for ECOWAS Summit, Then On to ... -

God, Obasanjo, Jonathan And All That -

Nigerian troops end cemetery row - BBC News

Nation Searches for Coaches -

Mittal Says Zain Price 'Not Over the Top,' Funding No Issue - BusinessWeek

Finance Minister Decries Poor Capital Budget Implementation by MDAS -

Yar'Adua's Impeachment - We're Still Undecided - Senate -

Total Signs Pipeline Contract to Boost Domestic Gas Production -

Gbeho Elected Prez Of ECOWAS - Graphic Online

Nigeria's Jonathan could win backing as candidate - Reuters South Africa

China Unicom consortium emerges as preferred buyer for ailing NITEL - TeleGeography

US Jury Convicts Nigerian on Wire Fraud Charges - PC World

Triumph of situational leadership - BusinessDay

Nigeria's acting President chairs ECOWAS Summit - Afrique en Ligue

Ag. Nigerian Prez is new ECOWAS chairman - Citifmonline

Faceless Group Acquires Nitel At $2.5 Billion -

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Shehata gets Egypt's go-ahead to coach Nigeria - The Guardian - Nigeria

China Unicom Among Nigerian Telecom Bidders - Wall Street Journal

China Unicom in bid for stake in Nigeria's Nitel - MarketWatch

Jonathan Elected ECOWAS Chair - THISDAY

With $2.5bn, New Generations Emerges NITEL's Preferred Bidder - THISDAY

Tortuous Path to Jonathan's Acting Presidency - THISDAY

Nigerian economy, banking reforms: Clue from analysts' perceptions - BusinessDay

For Bharti, Africa Potential Outweighs Hurdles - Wall Street Journal

Anyaoku Charges AG President on True Federalism -

'Banking reform is continuous' - NEXT

Delusion galore - NEXT

Nigeria Searches For Coaches - Vanguard

West Africa: Nigeria Wants ECOWAS to Expedite Economic Integration -

China Unicom in offer for Nitel stake - Financial Times

You can't send a team out without a coach, Rufai - Vanguard

Suspected Hoodlums Kill Ex-AIT Reporter on Valentine Day -

Ogbulafor Ill, Travels to India -

Shehata cleared for Nigeria job - SkySports

West African Leaders Gather in Abuja over Regional Crises - Voice of America

China Unicom Group Is Preferred for Nigeria's Nitel - Bloomberg

Mills arrives in Abuja to attend ECOWAS Summit - Ghana News Agency

Nigeria near breakup over presidential vacuum - Frost Illustrated

Nigerian Inflation Rate Rises as Bailout Aids Banks - BusinessWeek

Egypt FA want to clarify Nigeria interest in Shehata - BBC Sport

China Unicom in group making $2.5 billion Nigeria bid - Reuters

China Unicom Group Is Preferred for Nigeria's Nitel - BusinessWeek

Firm bids $2.5 bln for stake in Nigeria's Nitel - Reuters South Africa

Absa CEO Says Co Will Continue To Look At Nigeria Opportunities - Wall Street Journal

Protesting Students Raze Eight Vehicles in Ekpoma -

Fear Grips Ministers Over Impending Sack -

Anambra Guber Poll - the Fortes And the Foibles -

Why Good Luck May Elude Jonathan -

The West, Media and Islamophobia (ii) -

Group Calls for INEC Reorganization -

Egyptian FA Would Allow Hassan Shehata To Coach Nigeria At World Cup – Report -

Ministers Face Contempt Charge Tomorrow -

Siasia - I Can Handle Eagles -

President Mills meets Ag. Nigerian President in Nigeria - Joy Online

Bonfrere: NFF should pick me -

Prolonged Absence of Yar'Adua -

Bribe Taking Stalls Budget Implementation -

Jos Hausa Community - 'Ajibola Panel Vindicates Us' -

ACF Wants NDDC Funds Released -

Ogbulafor Can't See Yar'Adua -

Monday, February 15, 2010

How Yar'Adua has improved Nigerian democracy - Cocorioko

Nigeria's World Cup Camp Opens May 15 - THISDAY

Two Times Lucky Jonathan - THISDAY

Econet Says Zain Nigeria Not for Sale - THISDAY

Violent extremism fuels religious crises in Nigeria – US - The Punch

Lawyer asks court to declare Yar'Adua 'dead' - NEXT

Nigerian ops threaten to disrupt Bharti's Zain deal - Economic Times

Nigeria fighters threaten return -

Acting Nigeria leader hopeful on Niger Delta peace - Reuters UK

Hiddink's agent denies contact with football federation - NEXT

Nigeria's acting president bans congratulations - Reuters

Nigeria's Northern Governors Forum remember General Mohammed - NgEX

Chinese in Nigeria Hold Gala to Celebrate Lunar New Year -

Bharti Airtel Foray Into Africa May Be Hit By Nigeria Dispute - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian jet bomber 'trained with English speakers' - AFP

If We Were All Presidents -

Nigerian jet bomber trained with English speakers: report - Africasia

Jonathan - Are Citizens Still Hopeful? -

Storrie quashes Utaka wage reports - ESPN

Bharti Faces Hurdle on Zain Nigeria in $10.7 Billion Purchase - BusinessWeek

CNPP Worried Over Obasanjo's Visit to Jonathan - -

Again, the Senate Provides Leadership -

Yar'Adua - Mark On the Spirit And Letter of the Constitution -

NLC Pledges Support For Jonathan -

Zain Nigeria Unit 'Not for Sale' to Bharti, Econet CEO Says - BusinessWeek

Trap dismisses Nigeria link ... again -

Home of Terrorism -

AC Tackles Okeke Over Anambra Poll -

Muslim Leaders Tasks FG on Police Killings -

Senate Moves to Establish Assets Management Coy -

Trapattoni Rejects Nigeria -

Blessed is the Sick -

FG, States, LGs Share N330 Billion -

Northern Governors Remember Gen Mohammed 34 Years After -

As Jonathan Exercises Executive Powers -

Death toll from Nigeria electrocution rises to 11 - Afrique en Ligue

Count Me Out of Super Eagles Job-Trapattoni -

T20 - Activities Gear Up Ahead Tourism Ministers' Confab -

Orji to Forward Lists of Defaulting Contractors to EFCC -

Obi - Beyond Victory At the Poll -

UACN - Babalola to Review Udoma's Chairmanship of SEC -

Beware of Ogbulafor, Group Warns Jonathan -

Abducted Paramount Ruler's Whereabouts Yet Unknown -

Niger Delta Ministry Allocates 360 Housing Units - Ekaette -

Lukman Seeks World Bank Assistance Over Petroleum Bill -

Nigeria Rally Getting Started as World's Cheapest Stocks Up 10% - BusinessWeek

Hostcon Wants Gas Flare Levy to Communities -

Nigeria Rally Getting Started as World's Cheapest Stocks Up 10% - Bloomberg

Nigerian leader urged to resolve Niger Delta crisis -

Nigeria head advised to concentrate on priorities -

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Post-Yar'Adua Era Dawns in Katsina -

Goodluck Jonathan and Nigeria - The Guardian - Nigeria

Another Bad Outing for Nigeria in Egypt - THISDAY

Ministers get two weeks to remove Yar'Adua - NEXT

Nigeria's handball team flops again - NEXT

Nigeria needs peaceful revolutionary change –Balarabe Musa - Daily Sun

Nigeria seeks ₦75b from international market - NEXT

nigeria: Chaotic vote shows little progress on reforms - Monday Morning

Nigerian MPs return without seeing Yar'Adua - Daily Nation

Zain sells its Africa operations, including Zain Nigeria, to Bharti Airtel of ... - NgEX

Giovanni Trapattoni Rules Out Taking Nigeria Role - Peace fm Online

Shell Eyes $10B In Asset Sales - Newspaper - Wall Street Journal

Republic of Ireland boss Trapattoni turns down Nigeria job - IMScouting

Amodu's sack won't solve Nigeria's football problem, Obienu - Vanguard

Trapattoni says will not be Nigeria coach - Yahoo!Xtra Blogs (blog)

World Cup Dreams Of A Hiddink-Coached Nigeria - Forbes (blog)

Nigerian Lawmakers Denied Access to Yar'Adua - Voice of America

At least 10 electrocuted in Nigeria -

Nigerian MPs return without seeing Yar'Adua - Africasia

Focus on Nigeria as State Governors Set To Benefit From $2 Billion Oil ... - Newstime Africa

Over 17000 die in Nigerian road crashes - AFP

20 Bus Passengers Electrocuted In Nigeria - RTT News

Human rights lawyers criticise Nigeria's presidential appointment process - Deutsche Welle

ECOWAS hails successful regional election in Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue


Saturday, February 13, 2010

International briefs: At least 20 killed in bus electrocution in Nigeria - Fort Worth Star Telegram

World Cup 2010: Nigeria & Giovanni Trapattoni to join forces? - Italian Soccer (blog)

FC Dallas releases defender Ansah - Dallas Morning News

Toyota Vehicles Recall: Nigerian Users Worry - The Guardian - Nigeria

The 15th Annual THISDAY Awards: Nigeria at 50 Awards - THISDAY

Anambra And The Deferment Of Hope - The Guardian - Nigeria

Hiddink Quit Notice Opens Nigeria Door - The Guardian - Nigeria

'How Nigeria Loses Billions to Rice - THISDAY

Former Scotland boss Craig Brown in running for Nigeria job -

What next? - NEXT

Ten people killed as power cable falls on Nigeria bus - BBC News

We've taken leave of rationality - The Punch

No plans to recall Toyota models in Nigeria - NEXT

Is Goodluck Jonathan the Answer to Nigeria's Woes? - TIME

Power Transition - Jonathan's First Step -

Is Goodluck Jonathan the Answer to Nigeria's Problems? - TIME

SECTION 39: Outsourcing Nigeria - NEXT

Fatal Nigerian Accident - New York Times

What is “Acting” President? - Modern Ghana

At least 20 killed by electrocution in Nigeria - The Associated Press

20 people killed by electrocution in Nigeria - The Associated Press

I Can Do Better Than Any Coach For Nigeria - Dutchman Johannes Bonfere -

Jonathan's upgrade to Acting President may not stem violence in oil ... - Afrique en Ligue

Nigerian police criticised for threatening editor - AFP

Nigeria's Total Debt Now $26bn - THISDAY

Nigerian Nneka's hip-hop bears witness to injustice - Reuters

Governor Amechi Tackles NFF -

Friday, February 12, 2010

Akunyili Rejects Aondoakaa's Apology, Threatens Legal Action -

Shell investigates posting of personal data - Times Online

If Nigeria had been a pregnant woman - Vanguard

Banking Reforms Will Stimulate Sustainable Growth, Eib Vice President -

Don't use Amodu to judge Nigerian coaches - The Punch

Foreign backing boosts Nigeria's stand-in - Financial Times

Eagles Not On My Agenda, Siasia -

Rights group urges Nigeria acting president to remedy abuses - JURIST

Amnesty urges Nigeria 'police killings' probe - AFP

Nigeria Fills an Executive Void - (blog)

Comparing Reps, Senate's Positions on Acting Presidency -

2010 - for Anambra, It's a New Dawn -

Giovanni Trapattoni Is Happy In Ireland And Will Not Take Nigeria Post - Marco ... -

US Praises Nigerian Democracy For Smooth Transfer Of Power - RTT News

Nigeria May Take Year to Sell Banks, No 'Shotgun' - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Acting President Pledges to Fight Corruption - Voice of America

Nigeria to Raise 867.5 Billion Naira to Fund Deficit - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to Raise 867.5 Billion Naira to Fund Deficit - Bloomberg

Terror Watch - Mark Urges US to Delist The Country -

Nigeria dips into oil funds as Jonathan takes charge - Reuters UK

Nigeria militants claim attack on Shell pipeline - CNN International

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Fidson Health, Flour Mills Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Nigeria pleads for delisting from terror nation - afrol News

Shell Employee List Leaked to Environmental Groups - ABC News

Poor Nigerian farmer can't afford a Dutch lawyer - Radio Netherlands

Shell says no reports of attack on Nigeria ops - Reuters South Africa

Anambra - Rivers Obi Has to Cross -

Technip to Book EU245 Million in Nigerian Probe - BusinessWeek

Terror Watch - US Gives Conditions to Delist Nation -

Apga Crisis - Okorie's Faction Faults INEC On Obi -

Aondoakaa Begs Akunyili, Says He Was Misquoted -

Jonathan Tasked On Post-Amnesty Deal -

Nigerian leader approves oil savings disbursal - Reuters

CBN to Issue Guidelines On Margin Loans -

Technip sets aside $335 mln for Nigeria bribes case - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria chases elusive coaches ahead of 2010 World Cup - Afrique en Ligue

US congratulates Nigeria's acting leader - Reuters

On the March Again! -

Iwu Condemns Omar's Criticism of Anambra Poll -

Nigerian Senate to meet US Congressmen on terror watch list - Xinhua

Nigeria's new leader must tackle abuses: HRW - AFP

Kayode Takes Over From Aondoakaa -

Soludo Recants, Says Obi Didn't Win Election - Ngige Insists Poll a Fraud -

My Statement Not Intended to Offend You, Aondoakaa Tells Akunyili -

Jonathan - You Did Well, Britain Tells FG -

Reps Query NNPC Over Kaduna Refinery -

Wife Alleges Plot to Kill Massob Leader -

Technip To Book EUR245 Million Charge In 4Q09 Related To TSKJ Nigeria - FOXBusiness

Factors That Delivered Onitsha to Obi -

Untold Story of How Governors Endorsed Jonathan -

UPDATE 1-Technip to take Q4 charge for TSKJ Nigeria case - Reuters India

A New Dawn for Anambra -

Terror List - Senate Urges US Restraint -

CBN to Vary Capital Base for Banks -

Nigerians Pin Future Fortunes on Goodluck Jonathan - Voice of America

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Aondoakaa Begs Akunyili -

Letter to Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan - Modern Ghana

Nigeria oil rebel faction claims attacks in delta - Reuters UK

Terror Watch: Mark Urges US to Delist Nigeria - THISDAY

Terror Blacklist: US Gives Nigeria Four Conditions - THISDAY

Nigeria's former Attorney General responds to Dora Akunyili over his comments - NgEX

Nigeria power transfer is needed political tonic: analysts - Africasia

US gives Nigeria conditions for terror de-listing - NEXT

Federal Govt Inaugurates Niger Delta Oil, Gas Asset Protection Committee -

Nigeria's New Leader Woos Oil Companies - Wall Street Journal

Only ING can lead Nigeria out of constitutional crisis –Okotie - The Punch

NFF Meets Trapattoni's Agent in Lagos -

Oil continues to leak as cracks get larger - The Punch

How Yar'Adua Has Improved Nigerian Democracy -

Nigeria's Acting Leader Woos Oil Companies - Wall Street Journal

I pledged my loyalty to the "Vice President" - Nigeria's former attorney general - NgEX

Nigeria wakes up - Financial Times

Nigerian Rebels Set Terms to Cooperate With Jonathan - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Mend Will Cooperate With Jonathan if Demands are Met - Bloomberg

Nigerian Bank Sales May Be Resolved by April or May, Sanusi Says - BusinessWeek

Appointment of Acting President in Nigeria Opens Field for 2011 Election - Voice of America

Nigerian Bank Sales May Be Resolved by April or May, Sanusi Says - Bloomberg

Amodu to Lead Eagles For Friendly -

Nigeria's acting president swears in officials - Reuters South Africa

World Cup 2010: Nigeria In Search Of World Cup Song -

Nigeria's new president Good luck, Jonathan - Economist

Profile: Goodluck Jonathan, Nigeria's unlikely leader - BBC News

Nigeria Central Bank outlines next phase of bank reform - NEXT

PPA, Group Laud INEC for Free, Fair Election in Anambra -

Navy Arrests Bunkering Vessel -

Adventist Church Commends Jonathan, Offers Him Bible -

The Akunyili Memo -

How Anambra Election Was Won And Lost -

Anambra - VP Orders Onovo to Prosecute Offenders -

Akunyili to Sue Aondoakaa -

On the Country's First Victim of Swine Flu -

Chevron Urges Militants Not to Take Arms -

Yar'Adua's Absence Didn't Create A Vacuum-- Aondoakaa -

Anambra's Calm After The Storm -

Nigerian Bank Investors Pick Top 3, Sanusi Tells CNBC - BusinessWeek

European Bank Loans Counterparts $330 Million -

FG Committee Meets on Jos Crises Today -

Nigeria/South Africa: World Cup - NTDC to Set Up Tourism Village in ... -

Bed Rest and Unrest in Nigeria - CU Columbia Spectator

Aondoakaa Removed As Justice Minister - Labour Minister, Kayode ... -

Boko Haram - Representatives to Probe Alleged Police Killing of Sect ... -

FAI calm over Trapattoni being linked with Nigeria job - BBC News

Senate Pronouncement And Matters Arising -

Jonathan - Lawyers Divided Over Senate Resolution - Jonathan -

The Matter With Akunyili On Yar'Adua -

Foreign Coach - NFF Add Trapattoni to Shortlist -

Lulu Gets Impeachment Notice -

CBN Orders Banks to Remit VAT Daily -

Niger Delta militants say Nigeria's acting president is illegal - The Daily Maverick

African Union warns Nigeria army on power transfer - AFP

New leader takes over helm from ailing Nigerian president - Dispatch Online

Nigeria, Rwanda, S. Africa: Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Jonathan Moves Three Ministers -

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Shell Not Leaving Nigeria – MD - LeadershipNigeria

Anambra 2010 - Mission Accomplished? -

Nigeria rejects Erikson as Egypt stops Shehata - NEXT

Nigeria cannot wait for one person, says El-Rufai - NEXT

We are not quitting Nigeria, says Shell - NEXT

Nigeria names Jonathan acting president - Financial Times

Far Reaching Implications of Anambra 2010 Election -

Nigeria's leader quick to impose power - Financial Times

Acting Nigerian President Sacks Justice Minister - Voice of America

Soludo: Always first in his class - Daily Sun

Nigeria's Acting President Reshuffles Cabinet, Removes Justice Minister - RTT News

Trapattoni interested in Nigeria post - ESPN

Nigeria footage: uniformed men shoot unarmed men - Link TV

Nigeria's Jonathan replaces justice minister - BBC News

Egypt coach Hassan Shehata out of Nigeria running - BBC Sport

Nigerian attorney general out in cabinet shuffle - Washington Post

Nigerian attorney general out in cabinet shuffle - Houston Chronicle

Governor by chance now Nigeria's acting president - The Associated Press

Shehata out of Nigeria running - BBC Sport

Video: Nigerian Massacre Caught on Tape - Jawa Report (blog)

Trap added to Nigeria list - SkySports

NFF Should Retain Amodu - Ikuejamoye -

Nigeria oil militant group warns of more unrest - Reuters South Africa

Nigerian President's Supporters Question Legality of Acting President - Voice of America

Nigeria VP begins acting leadership -

Why Trapattoni would suit Nigeria - BBC Sport

Nigeria adds Trapattoni to coach shortlist - eTaiwan News

Nigeria adds Trapattoni to coach shortlist - Stamford Advocate

Lucozade Boost Kicks Off Valentine Promo -

Concessionaire Remits N11.3 Billion to FAAN -

Akunyili - Conscience As Open Wound -

Wedding conman Success fights deportation to Nigeria - BBC News

Nigerian VP assumes office as acting president - AngolaPress

US and Nigeria discuss counter-terrorism - defpro

MTN, Globacom in bidding for Nigeria's Nitel - TechCentral

Nigeria Vice President Given Temporary Power - The Epoch Times

Nigeria VP chairs first cabinet as acting leader - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria VP chairs first cabinet as acting leader - Reuters UK

Forces That'll Decide Yobe Guber Poll -

European Investment Bank Backs CBN Reforms -

Shell, Militants Trade Allegations Over Pipeline Blast -

Why Jonathan Will Need More Than Goodluck -

EU investment bank backs Nigerian lenders - Financial Times

Akunyili - Where Are the Men? -

Nigeria oil rebels say watching political developments - Reuters UK

Group Exposes Oil Syndicate in Niger Delta -

Nigeria Gets a New President - Newstime Africa

On the Tenure of Bank CEOs -

No Coach is Too Big for Super Eagles - NFF -

National Assembly Makes Jonathan Acting President -

13 Years After, Lagos City Wears a New Look -

Akunyili's Call of Conscience -

SEC Moves to Boost 2nd Tier Market, Integrate Informal Sector -

Poor Administration, Indiscipline, Dishonesty, Problems of Nigerian ... -

Anambra - Success And Failure of an Election -

Nigeria VP offers quick fix - Independent Online

Nigerian vice president takes reins - The Press Association

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Turkey set to grab Hiddink from Nigeria - NEXT

Jonathan Now Acting President -

Envoy: US Supports Constitutional Power Transfer in Nigeria - THISDAY

Nigeria killings caught on video -

New acting president for Nigeria - BBC News

Nigeria seats acting president -

Nigerian Christians count dead after Jos violence - The Associated Press

Lulu survives impeachment as Trapattoni joins list - NEXT

Nigeria footage: uniformed men shoot unarmed men - The Associated Press

Nuclear Power, Solution To Nigeria's Electricity Problem — Iranian Envoy - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria violence may have claimed lives of innocent civilians - Worldfocus (blog)

Goodluck Jonathan Addresses Nigeria - New York Times (blog)

Six pre-qualify for NITEL bids - NEXT

Yar'Adua's Absence is Derailing Amnesty Deal--Nupeng Scribe -

Vice-president of Nigeria ratified as acting head of state - Irish Times

The Country's Oil Reserve to Dry Up in 2040 -

TEXT-Nigerian VP Jonathan assumes presidential powers - Reuters India

Nigeria's deputy to step up formally - Times LIVE

Goodluck Jonathan becomes acting president - BBC News

Nigeria hands power to vice-president - ABC Online

Nigeria add Giovanni Trapattoni to coaching targets - BBC Sport

Why Mobil Was Sealed by Workers - Pengassan -

Nigeria to open bids for Nitel next week - Reuters India

Former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink lined up to lead Nigeria at World Cup finals - Daily Mail

VP Assures on Credible Polls in 2011 -

Nigeria footage: uniformed men shoot unarmed men - Washington Post

Nigerian parliament recognises VP as acting leader - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria footage: uniformed men shoot unarmed men -

Nigerian House, Senate Approve Acting President, but Executive Council Must ... - WIBW

Nigeria footage: uniformed men shoot unarmed men - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigerian parliament recognises VP as acting leader - Malaysia Star

US envoy highlights 'uncertainty' in Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria lawmakers vote to make VP acting president - Christian Science Monitor

Nigerian Parliament Names Acting President - New York Times

Nigeria forces staged 'executions' -

Lawmakers empower vice president - Houston Chronicle

Groups Hail Obi's Re-Election -

Nigerian Senate Votes to Empower Vice President - ABC News

Can Nitel Survive Competition If Sold? -

Uba, 15 Contestants Endorse Obi -

Akunyili in Quest of Due Process -

Nigeria claim Hiddink interest - ESPN

VP Locks Out Two Ministers For Late Coming -

Representatives to Back Jonathan -

SEC DG Lists Agenda For NSE Transformation -

Anambra Guber Poll - PDP Congratulates Obi, Soludo -

Yobe Council Pegs Dowry At N5,000 -

European Investment Bank Seeks Stake in Three Local Banks -

Uba, Nebe, Others Visit Obi, Pledge Support -

Bold Steps to End Religious Crises -

Sanusi - Waiting For Gains of Banking Reform -

Is The Nation Governed By Goons? -

Amodu to Lead Eagles Against Paraguay, Japan -

Nigeria, South Africa: Sub-Saharan Bond and Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Monday, February 08, 2010

Congo, Sub-Saharan African Bond and Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Yar'Adua - Reps Back Jonathan Today -

Yar'Adua - Senate Mulls Impeachment -

Bayern bigger than Nigeria – Van Gaal - The Punch

Nigerian Lawmakers to Consider Making Vice President Acting Leader - Voice of America

Nigeria To Open Bidding For Telecom Privatization - NASDAQ

Nigeria givecoach the boot - Times LIVE

Oteh Reads the Riot Act to Capital Market Operators -

Invading the Drug Raiders in Kura -


Van Gaal not interested in Nigeria job - CNN International

Amodu Nigeria sacking down to public pressure - ESPN

UN to help educate, employ former Nigerian militants - Reuters South Africa

Chaotic Nigeria vote shows little progress on reforms - AFP

Nigeria's Fuel of Pains -

Militants Destroy Shell Facility in Rivers -

Gradually, Amnesty Runs Into Hitches, As Consultants Emerge Prime ... -

MTN Among Bidders Short-Listed for Nigeria's Nitel - BusinessWeek

Pressure, Decisions And the Future -

Nigeria's firing of Amodu was inevitable - (blog)

Britain Happy With The Country's Drug War -

Jonathan - Anambra Poll Victory For Democracy -

Nigerian Christians count dead after Jos violence - Washington Post

Hot Air in NDIC -

Total Opens Creche For Working Mothers -

NNPC, DPR Engage in Proxy War -

CBN Orders Banks to Set Up ATM Help Desks -

TUC Expresses Worry Over Fuel Scarcity -

Netherlands Supports Amnesty Programme -

Cost of Yar'Adua's Absence Enormous -- AC -

Chevron Oil Nigeria Transforms to MRS Oil Nigeria -

Debt Overhang - NNPC Set to Confront FAAC -

No Plan to Fix Tenure of Quoted Company Directors - Oteh -

PDP Accepts Defeat in Anambra Poll -

'We Can Get It Right If the Will is There' -

INEC, PDP Urged to Learn From Anambra Election -

Nigeria at Standstill, AC Says -

Van Gaal turned down Nigeria - SkySports

Jos - Army Denies Involvement in Video Clip Murder -

NFF - Amodu Will Go to World Cup -

Daura Emir Leads Prayers for Yar'Adua in Kano -

Nigeria Anambra state election 'gravely flawed' - BBC News

FG to Enforce Ban on Unbranded Lubricants -

Why We Reviewed Land Charges Downwards -Aliero -

Army Raises Alarm Over Fake Video Clips On Jos Crisis -

Soludo - 'There Was Administrative Rigging' -

Petroleum Ministry to Sack Workers -

Stalled By Yar'Adua's Absence - AC -

Nigeria oil savings drop to $6.2 bln - minister - Reuters UK

Doing things the American way can work - Tuscaloosa News

Oil Rises From Seven-Week Low on Outlook for Improving Demand - BusinessWeek

Sunday, February 07, 2010

Yar'Adua - We Either Resolve Or Dissolve, Ministers Threaten -

Why We Lost Anambra, By PDP -

Akinyele to N/Assembly: Save Nigeria now - Daily Sun

State poll indicates Nigeria's slow progress to democracy - Financial Times

Kudos and Knocks for the Umpire - THISDAY

Zain Nigeria signs network expansion deal with Motorola - NEXT

Nigerian Militant Group Says It 'Disabled' a Shell Pipeline - BusinessWeek

Election peaceful but flawed —UK - The Punch

Yar'Adua's illness, threat to Nigeria – AC - The Punch

A Nation In Custody - Swans

Incumbent declared winner in flawed Nigeria poll - Reuters South Africa

Shehata enters Nigeria coaching race - BBC Sport

Nigerian governor wins re-election -

Marred poll exposes Nigeria reform failures - Financial Times

Nigerian Governor Re-Elected as Pressure on President Grows - Voice of America

Yemeni scholar backs 'jet bomber' -

Nigerian militants claim attack on Shell pipeline - Washington Post

Nigerian militants claim attack on Shell pipeline - Houston Chronicle

Nigeria governor re-elected in controversial poll - BBC News

INEC declares Obi winner - Vanguard

Nigerian militants say disabled Shell oil pipeline - Reuters

UK, not Nigeria is the breeding ground for Islamist terrorists: Nobel laureate - Daily News & Analysis

There is no guarantee that President Yar'Adua won't break down again if he ... - The Punch

Nigerian militants say disable Shell oil pipeline - Reuters UK

Nigeria - governor election - RFI

Opposition wins flawed Nigerian vote - AFP

Result Declared In Flawed Nigeria State Poll - New York Times

Result declared in flawed Nigeria state poll - Washington Post

Nigerian Gunmen Claims Destroying Shell's Pipeline in Rivers State -

Saturday, February 06, 2010

Biafra, Anambra election and other stories - The Punch

Problems with Vote for Governor in Nigeria's Anambra State - Voice of America

Nigeria's best await their chance - NEXT

Anambra Polls Peaceful, but Marred by Irregularities -

Glitches mar Nigeria state vote -

Ailing Nigerian leader to hand over power -

Nigeria part company with coach Amodu - Tehran Times

US envoy visits Nigeria amid tension - AFP

Nigeria's governors want VP to be sworn in as as acting president. - NgEX

Nigeria fires coach Shaibu Amodu with only months to go before World Cup - The Canadian Press


Nigeria fires coach before World Cup -

Jos Crisis: Nigeria Cannot Develop Without Peace – Pope Benedict - LeadershipNigeria

Nigeria add Egypt coach Shehata to shortlist - AFP

Glitches emerge in closely-watched Nigerian state poll - Reuters

Airline bomb suspect said to provide tips on Yemeni cleric - Seattle Times

Delays mar key elections in Nigeria's Anambra state - BBC News

Nigeria fires football coach before World Cup - USA Today

Nigeria sack coach Amodu ahead of World Cup - ESPN

Slow start to polling in Nigeria's Anambra state - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria sack coach Amadou ahead of World Cup - ESPN

Slow start to polling in Nigeria's Anambra state - Reuters UK

Nigeria Gunmen Kidnap Foreign Worker in Oil Region - New York Times

Nigeria gunmen kidnap foreign worker in oil region - Washington Post

NIGERIA: Dying For the Faith - Strategy Page

Nigeria axe coach - SkySports

First GE Locomotives Arrive in Nigeria - MarketWatch

Nigeria part company with coach Shaibu Amodu - BBC Sport

Nigeria part company with coach Sahibu Amodu - BBC News

Yemeni American cleric Aulaqi confirms contact with Nigerian suspect - Washington Post

Nigeria's Anambra state set to vote -

Friday, February 05, 2010

Volatile Nigerian state holds crucial 'test-run' vote - AFP

Anambra governorship: D-day is here - The Punch

US envoy due in Nigeria as political crisis mounts - AFP

Nigeria sack Amodu, draw up Hiddink-led shortlist - AFP

Nigeria set their sights on Hiddink - BigPond News

Nigeria sack Amodu, draw up Hiddink-led shortlist - Soccerway

Nigeria State Governors Urge Endorsement of VP as Acting President - Voice of America

Nigeria's President Yar'Adua to Hand Over Power - Newstime Africa

NFF's the problem of Nigeria's football , Orairo - Vanguard

First GE locomotives arrive in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Gunmen Kidnap 8 - Month Old Child In Nigerian Oil Hub - New York Times

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks Report: Kenya Airways, Wapco Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Nigeria takes 5 GE locomotives, first in order of 25 for use in freight and ... -

In Nigeria, Court Ruling Calls Week-end Election into Question - Voice of America

Nigerian court ruling may invalidate governorship election Saturday - Afrique en Ligue

Sick Nigeria President Yar'Adua 'to hand over power' - BBC News

Obi - Lest the Gods Get Angry -

US Assistant Secretary for Africa due in sources - AFP

Nigerian Banks Drop Most in Five Months as Rise 'Overdone' - BusinessWeek

NGO Wants Credible Groups to Monitor Anambra Election -

Funding plagues Nigerian oil sector -

Nigerian governors call on president to cede power - Washington Post

Guinness Nigeria 1st-Half Profit Falls 11% to 7.18 Billion Naira - BusinessWeek

Pressure grows for missing president to resign - EnerPub

NPAN Insists On Handing Over to VP -

Christmas bomb suspect won't be in court soon - Chicago Tribune

The Rebranding of Akunyili? -

Nigerian Muslims Not At Loggerheads With Christians - NSCIA -

Shell Denies Intention To Sell Major Nigerian Assets -Minister - NASDAQ

Anambra - Coffin Dumped At INEC's Office -

Banking Reform Moves Ahead In Nigeria - Forbes

Detroit bomb plot suspect points to cleric: report - AFP

State poll tests depth of Nigeria's electoral reform - Reuters

Maduekwe, Abba Aji Deny Rift in FEC Over Yar'Adua -

Militants Declare Yar'Adua Missing -

Investors Could Own More Than 10 Percent in Banks - CBN -

Soludo to Capitalise On PDP Membership for Landslide - Analysts -

Can Amodu Survive the Storm? -

Shell Fights Malaria in Niger Delta With N600 Million -

Yar'Adua - CNPP Warns Against Akunyili's Sack -

Nigeria leader to respond soon to handover calls: aide - AngolaPress

South Africa 2010 - Should Egypt Replace The Eagles? -

2010 - Anambra Needs a Change -

Governors' Forum - Beyond Searching For VP -

Power Outage to Worsen As Generation Drops to 2700MW -

As Yar'Adua's Absence Sparks Constitutional Crisis, Court Ruling ... -

Nigerian Information Minister Asks to Resign - Voice of America

Anambra Governorship Election - Another Opportunity About To Waste - NgEX

Thursday, February 04, 2010

V Ravi injured in Liberia, Nigeria visit cancelled - Oneindia

Nigerian Stocks Rally to Six-Month High on Earnings - BusinessWeek

Nigerian minister threatens to sack officials if fuel crisis persists - AFP

Nigeria Need Younger Players - THISDAY

BREAKING NEWS: Court Disqualifies Iwu's INEC From Conducting Elections In Nigeria - Osun Defender

Shell to sell oil leases in Nigeria - NEXT

Couple jailed after using trafficked girls in huge prostitution ring - The Guardian

N'Delta crisis: Shell ready to sell more assets in Nigeria - The Punch

Rufai laments state of Nigeria football - NEXT

Law Official: Airline Bomb Suspect Flips on Cleric - New York Times

Nigerian bomb suspect, along with family members, fully cooperate with FBI -

No Plan to Marry Yar'Adua's Daughter - Timi Alaibe -

Official: Christmas Day suspect gives information Yemen radical - USA Today

Amodu: NFF satisfied with my work - Vanguard

Nigerian rebels threaten 'all-out oil war' -

NIGERIA: Timeline of recent unrest in Niger Delta region -

Bond Scolds Administration for Revealing Abdulmutallab's Cooperation - FOXNews

Nigeria Uses Celebrity Power to Stem Cybercrime - PC World

Shell examining alleged Nigerian pipeline attack - Washington Post

Intelligence chiefs warn of more Qaeda terror plots against US - Oneindia

Gunmen attack oil pipeline in Nigeria - SecurityInfoWatch

Jay Jay to venture into football administration - BBC Sport

Syringe Jet bomber blabs to FBI -

Nigeria cabinet split over sick President - BBC News

Nigerian Stocks Rally to Six-Month High on Earnings - Bloomberg

Nigeria cabinet split over sick President Yar'Adua - BBC News

The Time To Change Nigerian Football Is Now, Says Jay Jay Okocha -

Saudi doctor: Nigerian prez to leave hospital soon - eTaiwan News

US cleric: Accused plane bomber was my student - Bartlesville Live

Power Vacuum Leaves Nigeria on Life Support - World Politics Review

Nigerian Banks Rally to Six-Month High on Earnings Prospects - Bloomberg

Ohanaeze Leader Cautions Inec Over Anambra Guber Poll -

Sanusi's War of Attrition -

Nigerian minister calls on ill president - AFP

Yar'Adua - Forget Military Coup - Adedibu -

Jos Crisis - Challenges of Good Neighbourliness -

Nigeria Improves on FIFA Ranking -

Why I Want to Coach Super Eagles Again, By Bonfrere -

Soludo And the Anambra Debate -

Nigeria minister calls on ill president - AFP

FG Warns MEND -

Anambra - A Golden Chance -

Akunyili Asks Yar'Adua to Step Down -

'Anambra Polls Will Be Peaceful Only' -

NFF Shortlists Four Coaches -

Anambra Politicians As Obstacles to Credible Election -

Anambra - Soludo Raises Alarm Over Calumny Campaign -

Yar'Adua Before the Mirror -

Christmas Day bomber reveals al-Qaeda's planned new terror attacks - Scottish Daily Record

Marketing Institute Set to Exterminate Quacks -

Tell The Nation Why Amodu Must Go, David Charges NFF -

Nigerian Oil Militants Issue New Warnings - OfficialWire

Insecure Americans, Abdulmutallab, & Terrorism - The New American

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Reps in Rowdy Session Over Yar'Adua -

Congo, Kenya, Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

*Preparing Nigeria for disintegration - Nigeria Master Web (blog)

Niger Delta: “An idle mind is the devil's workshop” - Radio Netherlands

Jonathan has no mandate to talk with us, says MEND - The Guardian - Nigeria

Nigerian President may face impeachment -

Criticism of Obama on national security likely to remain big issue - Washington Post

Religious violence, ill president and oil worries plague Nigeria - The Canadian Press

'We're using Anambra as a pilot case for violence-free poll' - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Amodu needs help, not sack - BusinessDay

Okocha promises to change Nigeria football - NEXT

DOJ's Holder says he ordered airport terror suspect to be treated as a civilian - Los Angeles Times

Ill leader, violence and oil woes plague Nigeria - Washington Post

Ill leader, violence and oil woes plague Nigeria - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Yar'Adua: 'Nigerian Leaders Must Speak Out Now' - THISDAY

US court convicts Nigerian couple of forced servitude - The Punch

No Limit on Equity Holding in Banks - CBN -

Anambra - Soludo Hopeful of Victory -

Amodu upsets NFF, begs for patience - Vanguard

US defends interrogation of airplane bomb suspect - Reuters

How Have Ministers Fared in Yar'Adua's Absence? -

Nigeria warns oil militants against violence - AFP

Al-Qaeda's Expansion into Nigeria - (blog)

CAN leaves Nigeria nervous -

Texas Couple Convicted Of Holding Nigerian Woman In Forced Servitude - AHN | All Headline News

Chamber Lauds CBN's Reforms in Banking Sector -

US pledges early review of air security "blacklist" - Reuters

Ill Nigeria President Yar'Adua must quit - media chiefs - BBC News

Nigerian minister denies rebel amnesty is failing - Reuters South Africa

Nigerian Pair Guilty In Texas Forced Servitude Lawsuit - KWTX

Nigerians describe themselves as the longest suffering people on earth - BBC News

Nigerian man accused of trying to blow up a US airliner on Christmas Day ... -

CBN Denies Limiting Shareholding Percentage in Banks -

It's Time for North to Produce Anambra Governor - Obidigbo -

Local Football Under Curse - Erico -

Onovo Dismisses Al-Qaeda's Threat -

Who'll Win Anambra Governorship Election? -

Yar'Adua - Senate Awaits Vacation Letter - Mark -

Nigerian bomber begins talking to US investigators again - Oneindia

Axe Dangles Over Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu -

What Does Obasanjo Want? -

Clark Appeals to MEND over Ceasefire -

No Plan to Limit Shareholders' Interest in Banks - CBN -

Banks - No Plans to Peg Share Ownership - CBN -

Adepoju Warns Against Eagles' Disbanding -

Yar'Adua, PDP and the Zoning Poser -

Nigerian Bomber Starts Co-operating With Investigators - RTT News

A Bronze Country -

NNPC Barters Crude Oil for Imported Products -

Christian Leaders Slam Al-Qaeda's Recruitment Drive -

Motorola wins Zain Nigeria network expansion deal - Reuters

Arlington couple convicted of enslaving Nigerian widow - Dallas Morning News

Nigeria Media Owners Ask President to Cede Power, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Bora Milutinovic Slams Eagles, NFF -

For This to Be the Last Jos Communal Crisis -

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Yar'Adua - Hand Over, Resign Or Get Impeached - Media Owners -

AQIM Offers To Train And Arm Nigerian Muslims: SITE - RTT News

Nigeria's First Victim of Swine Flu - THISDAY

Yar'Adua: Nigeria may opt for two vice presidents - Daily Sun

Texas couple guilty of enslaving Nigerian widow - Washington Post

Convicted couple face up to 55 yrs in prison for enslaving Nigerian widow at ... - Los Angeles Times

Texas couple guilty of enslaving Nigerian widow - Houston Chronicle

World Cup: Galadima fears for Nigeria - The Punch

Nigerian pair guilty in Texas of forced servitude - Dallas Morning News

Yar'Adua: It's time we rescue Nigeria from this cabal, says lawmaker - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

US sees more useful info from Nigeria bomb suspect - Reuters

Shetata ready to lead Eagles to World Cup - NEXT

Christmas plane bomb suspect 'co-operating' with US - BBC News

Nigeria's crisis deepening, ICG warns - Vanguard

Militant group vows attack on oil facilities in Nigeria - Times of India

Nigerian oil militants say fresh attacks 'soon' - AFP

Oil field auction may be up to 2B barrels - BusinessWeek

Nigerian militants vow to attack Shell pipeline - Reuters South Africa

Review: Nigerian-born Nneka is all heart and no fluff on stateside debut album - The Canadian Press

Nigerian militants vow to attack Shell pipeline - Reuters UK

Nigerian militants promise strike on Shell line - Washington Post

MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to Handover Debtors of ... - MicroCapital

Nigeria rights group urges ICC to investigate Jos violence - JURIST

Adviser: Nigeria to offer oil field auction that may be up to 2 billion ... -

Thieves pilfer Nigerian oil pipelines -

Ruling expected on Nigeria's absent president - Frost Illustrated

Nigeria looks to oil expansions -

Tales From the Federal Capital Territory -

Police Smash Robbery Syndicates in Kano -

Nigeria names panel to probe religious killings - afrol News

Presidential Vacuum - The Position of The Law (2) -

Port-Harcourt Tracon Project Begins Operation -

Oil rises past $75 amid improved economic data - BusinessWeek

Nnamani Takes a Stand -

Kenyan Envoy Seeks Win-Win Relationship With The Government -

Group Holds 3 Million Man March for Yar'Adua -

Banks' Non-Performing Loans Hit N1.455 Trillion -

Group Opposes Calls for Yar'Adua's Resignation -

Bauchi Warns Plateau Against Expelling Non-Indigenes -

Anambra - Ngige's Opponents Can't Match Him - Nwosu -

Shell Shuts Stations As Militants Attack Pipeline -

Rejection of Obi Will Drag Anambra Back - Council Boss -

Oil prices extend gains - AFP

The Importance of Being Obasanjo And Myth of Nations Invulnerability -

Nigeria militants deny Shell pipeline attack - BusinessWeek

ANALYSIS-Leaner Nigerian rebel group still threat to oil firms - Alibaba News Channel

Desert Warriors' Expedition Flags-Off in Lagos -

Curtailing the Spread of H1n1virus -

Nigeria Names Panel to Probe Christian-Muslim Clashes - Bloomberg

'Those Calling for Yar'Adua's Resignation are Saboteurs' -

Anambra - Senate Warns Iwu Against Rigging -

British Govt to Return N11.25 Billion Looted Fund to FG -

Niger Delta Women Want Yar'Adua to Handover -

Jos Must Not Become Another Niger Delta, Jonathan Tells Plateau ... -

Shell Cuts Output Over Attack in Niger Delta -

Police Seal Peace Corps Office Despite Court's Order -

Yar'Adua to live forever; Nigeria may die - Daily Sun

Al-Qaeda offers to train, arm Nigerians: SITE -

Nigeria Appoints Panel to End Christian-Muslim Clashes in Jos - Bloomberg

Nigeria plans to sell 2 bln barrels of oil reserves: report - Reuters South Africa

Monday, February 01, 2010

Vice President Sets Up Committee On Jos Crisis -

Nigeria planning 2bn oil reserve auction - Financial Times

Nigeria plans to sell 2 bln barrels of oil reserves -report - Reuters UK

Comment: Yar'Adua Preserves Ghanaian Democracy at the Expense of Nigeria's - Joy Online

Oil futures bounce back; gasoline prices keep dropping - Los Angeles Times

Yar'Adua: Nigeria May Collapse, Says ASUU President - THISDAY

Al-Qaeda offers to help Nigerian Muslims - NEXT

Oil price higher on Nigerian attacks, cold weather in US - Malaysia Star

Shell cuts Nigerian oil production as pipeline attacked - Irish Times

Nooij awaits better offer from Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria wants me – Shehata - The Punch

Jos: al Qaeda group offers to help Muslims in Nigeria - The Punch

Oil prices rise on attacks on Nigerian pipeline, cold weather in US - TODAYonline

Threats, Violence Compound Nigeria's Leadership Crisis - Voice of America

Nigeria's Challenge - Voice of America

Rights Group Urges ICC To Probe Recent Muslim-Christian Violence In Nigeria - RTT News

NFF to decide Amodu future Friday - Kickoff

Shell Stops Some Nigerian Production Over Sabotage - Wall Street Journal

Oil prices up on brisk US manufacturing, Nigeria violence - Channel News Asia

US$450 Billion Debt - NNPC Gets 14-Day Ultimatum to Pay -

Senate - We Can't Force Yar'Adua to Hand Over -

Crude Up on Manufacturing -

Shell reports Nigeria pipeline attack; oil rebounds after sinking 8.3% in January - MarketWatch

Leaderless Nigeria could spin out of control - Financial Times

Egypt Celebrates 3rd Straight African Title - New York Times

Pharaohs Make History With Third-Straight Cup of Nations Title - World Soccer Digest

Nigerian military suspects theft in pipeline break - BusinessWeek

Shehata reveals Nigeria approach - BBC Sport

Nigerian cease-fire collapses -

Al-Qaida offers help to Nigerian Muslims - Washington Post

Mark Refuses to Accept Executive Bills from Jonathan -

OIL FUTURES: Oil Rises On Positive US Economic Data - Wall Street Journal

Vandals Disrupt Shell Pipeline in Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Angola/The Football Madness in Angola -

Egpyt coach Shehata claims interest from Nigeria - ESPN

As National Assembly, FEC Part Ways Over Yar'Adua -

Shehata claims Nigeria interest - ESPN STAR Sports

FACTBOX-Key risks to watch in Nigeria - Reuters India

Osaze Odemwingie Leads Critics as Nigeria's Coach Faces the Sack - Premier League FanHouse (blog)

Miscreants Burn Church, Mosque in Gombe -

Obasanjo - Enough of This Deceit -

Presidential Vacuum - the Position of the Law (1) -

CBN's Unusual Reform Tactics -

Digestive Remedies in Nigeria - new market report released - (press release)

'We'll Beat The Super Eagles' - Modern Ghana

ICC 'must probe Nigeria religious violence in Jos' - BBC News

Utomi Attributes Fuel Scarcity to Bank Loans -

'Nigeria May Run Out of Oil Soon' -

Oil gains on news of pipeline attack in Nigeria - MarketWatch

Unregulated Bank CEO's Tenure Entrenches Corruption - Nagona -

Nigeria ask Egyptian coach Hassan Shehata to coach them at the World Cup - IMScouting

No Plan to Impeach Yar'Adua - Senate -

Rwanda: It's a Shame Egypt Won't Be in South Africa -

Nigeria Militants Deny Shell Pipeline Attack - ABC News

Buhari, Sultan Eulogise JS Tarka -

Savannah Bank May Buy Up Closed Banks' Branches -

Ndigbo Urged to Assist Haiti -

Shell Shuts Nigerian Oil Flow Stations After Sabotage - Bloomberg

Bank Reforms - Mixed Reactions Trail Ten Year Tenure for CEOs -

2010 World Cup - Eagles Need Spiritual Cleansing - Prophet -

Nigeria Group Not "Directly Responsible" For Oil Raid - New York Times

National Assembly to Appear in Court Over Yar'Adua -

NIGERIA: Court orders proof president fit to lead - The Voice

Nigeria rebels: not "directly responsible" for raid - Reuters

Nigeria crisis threatens to inflate in Prez absence - Press Trust of India

Nigeria rebels: not "directly responsible" for raid - Reuters UK

Nigeria, Angola, S. Africa: Sub-Sahara Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Nigeria crisis threatens to inflate in President's absence - The Hindu

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Shell Shuts Three Nigeria Flow Stations After Attack, BBC Says - Bloomberg

NFF Denies castigating PTF - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Yar'Adua Preserves Ghanaian Democracy at the Expense of Nigeria's - Ghana News

Unmet Vows Tied to Ebb of a Truce in Nigeria - New York Times

TUC: Nigeria is at the mercy of a cabal - Nigerian Compass Newspaper - ...all the news. all the time

Gunmen attack oil pipeline in Nigeria - eTaiwan News

PIB: Nigeria to earn additional N600bn annually from oil - The Punch

Why military may not intervene in Nigeria political crisis - BusinessDay

Nigeria unaffected by recall of Toyota cars – Franchisee - BusinessDay

Yar'Adua spends 109 days on medical trips in 32 months - The Punch

Still on Nigeria's profiling - The Punch

Offshore Presidency - The Punch

UPDATE 1-Nigeria pipeline attack forces Shell to cut output - Reuters India

Nigeria's oil pipeline sabotaged - Royal Dutch Shell - BBC News

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