Google Nigerian News Archive for March 2010

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

NFA Lines Up Columbia, Cyprus for Eagles -

Yobo Dismisses Semi-Final Target -

We Won't Sack Amokachi - Lulu -

Ministerial Screening - 'I'll Bring Hope and Energy' -

Kanti Bello - When A Senator Decides To Be Openly Biased? - NgEX

Senate in Rowdy Session Over Akunyili -

One Nation, Two Presidents - Truthdig

Nigeria Sharia court confirms Twitter debate ban - BBC News

Nigerian Airports Start Installing Body Scanners - New York Times

Acting Nigeria president wants case against his post dismissed - Daily Nation

Nigerian airports start installing body scanners - Reuters South Africa

Pirates hold sailors for ransom - News24

Nigerian rights group loses appeal in Facebook case - Reuters South Africa

Pirates hold sailors for ransom off west Africa coast - Africasia

Pirates demand huge ransom for sailors taken off Cameroon - Africasia

Nigeria court confirms Twitter chat ban on amputation - AFP

With rusty ammo, Nigeria confronts pirates - Washington Post

With shaky skills and rusty ammo, Nigerian navy faces increasingly violent pirates - Los Angeles Times

Gaddafi: Nigeria should be divided into ethnic regions - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Onuoha targets Nigeria switch - ESPN

Nigerian Asylum Seekers -

W. Africa pirates hold sailors for ransom - The Associated Press

Nigeria installs body scanners at airport - AFP

AeroMechanical Services Ltd. Announces Strategic Relationship with Nigerian ... - MarketWatch (press release)

No Time to Waste, Jonathan -

Group Passes Vote of Confidence in Jonathan -

Gaddafi Wants Nigeria Split Into States -

FG Charges Suspects of Jos Crises With Terrorism -

Gaddafi - 'Split Nation Along Ethnic Lines' -

Amiesimaka - Defeat to Niger Shows State of Country Football -

Fight Rice Cartel - Niger Gov -

Lagerback faces a tough task with Nigeria - USA Today

Lagos Speaker Dissolves Fashola Probe Panel? -

Chan Ouster - Siasia Urges Govt, Stakeholders to Overhaul NFF -

Acting Presidency - Jonathan Seeks Judicial Backing -

Ogbonna Uche - Two to Die By Hanging -

Opposition Must Take Over Power in 2011 - Jabi -

Group Warns Against Iwu's Removal -

Siasia - Blame Not Amokachi -

The Petroleum Industry Bill -

Kidnappers Abduct Industrialist -

Graft - Court Transfers Fayose's Case to Ekiti -

Iwu Should Be Allowed to Conduct 2011 Poll - Onwukalike -

Gaddafi says Nigeria should follow the Yugoslavian model - ecPulse

West Africa: Nigeria Supplies First Major Gas to Ghana, Others Through Wagpco ... -

FG Distributes 138 Buses to 69 Tertiary Institutions -

Jonathan's Cabinet - Nigeria Has Lost Again -

Jonathan Swears in Ministers Thursday - Sends Five More Names to Senate -

Love Thy Nation As Thyself, Yakasai -

Tinubu At 58, Warns, Insists On Uwais Report -

ANPP Kicks Against Ministerial List -

Jonathan Asks Obama to Revisit Terror Blacklist - THISDAY

Nigeria Out Of CHAN 2011 - LeadershipNigeria

Monday, March 29, 2010

Threat messages put Nigeria on alert - The Hindu

Ghaddafi Changes Gear, Wants Nigeria Divided along Ethnic Lines - THISDAY

Nigerian league not good enough – Elijah - The Punch

Northern youth group backs Ag. President - The Punch

Ikuforiji Dissolves Committe to Probe Fashola -

NNPC JVS Record 400 MMSCF/D Excess Gas Production -

Jonathan Fights Back, Defends Emergence as Acting President -

Jos - Plateau Natives in Rivers Demand Suspects' Trial -

From Nigeria to Halas Hall, Idonije makes it to workout - Chicago Breaking Sports - Tribune

Nigeria in shock exit at African Nations Championship - AFP

African Nations Championship Qualifying Round-Up: Ghana Through While Nigeria Fail -

How to Address The Country's Problems, By Fashola -

Nigerian Senate vets cabinet nominees - AFP

Nigerian boat hijacked off Cameroon coast - Washington Post

Gaddafi Proposes Dividing Nigeria Along Ethnic Lines - RTT News

Gadhafi: Nigeria should split along ethnic lines - The Associated Press

Equity firm Actis to help finance Nigerian mall - Reuters

Prominent Members of Nigeria's Ruling Party Seek Probe of Spending during ... - Voice of America

Swine Flu Knocks Off National Cricket Team's Tour of Ghana -

CBN - Don't Sell the Banks -

Police Arrest Kidnappers of Two Local Students at Lagos Airport -

Gaddafi says Nigeria should split into several states - BBC News

Nigeria forces on alert after text message threats - The Associated Press

Security forces on alert after threats - The Associated Press

Lawsuit asks for condition of president - The Associated Press

Gaddafi suggests Nigeria split along ethnic lines - NEXT

Country's Ambassador Presents Credentials to Obama Today -

Cleric Urges Jonathan to Be Decisive in Dealing With Sectarian Crisis -

Senate Tackles FAAN Boss Over N64 Billion Runway for Abuja Airport -

Christians Mark 'Palm Sunday' -

Christians Mark Palm Sunday -

Screening Ministerial Nominees -

Nigerian scam victim to be repaid - BigPond News

Reforming the Reforms -

Expectations As Jonathan Unveils New Cabinet -

Youths Must Show Interest in Agriculture--Lawal -

When 'Madness' Speaks -

Ondo Police Insist On Ban of Okada Near Bank Premises -

Maurice Iwu - Enough is Enough -

Nigeria/Niger: Niger Sends Country Crashing -

Petitions Flood Mark's Desk - Jonathan Begs Senators to Clear Nominees -

Universal V Specialized Banking - As the CBN Decides -

Still On Jos Massacre -

Ministerial Nominees - Their Turn to Eat? -

Africa: Niger Stop Nigeria From Chan -

Sokoto PDP Plans to Leak Fake Court Judgment - DPP Alleges -

Don Canvasses Benchmark for Politicians Seeking Second Term -

Lessons From India -

Constitution Interpretation Not Solution to Present Problem, Says Rev ... -

Nema Set to Develop National Disaster Management Framework -

Loan Repayment - Troubled Banks Face Hostile Acquisition -

Jonathan's Ministerial List -

Inter-Faith Conference for Peace in Plateau -

Police, FRSC Clamp Down On Okada Riders -

Gaddafi's solution for Nigeria - Independent Online

Fashola Urges Prayer for Nation -

Uwazurike's Wife Raises Alarm Over Husband's Safety -

INEC's Autonomy - NLC, AC, Others Fault Senate's Decision -

FG Begins Installation of 3D Scanners At MMA -

Photo finish for Nigerian scammer - Brisbane Times

Amcon - CBN's Controversial Reform -

Anti-Violence Protesters Snubbed By Country Officials in US -

Photo finish for scammer - Brisbane Times

Carve Nigeria into many ethnic states: Kadhafi - Africasia

Gold Coast woman recovers money from Nigerian fraud - ABC Local

Acting Nigerian President's Cabinet Nominees to Face Senate Confirmation Monday - Voice of America

Politicized Religion Fuels Christian-Muslim Violence In Nigeria - Religion Dispatches

Governors Tackle Jonathan -

Massive Capital Flight Hits Country As Deposit Rates Crash -

Jos Killings - Trial of 91 Suspects Begins -

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Presidency under pressure to accredit foreign envoys - The Guardian - Nigeria

NEITI: Nigeria's Oil Production Volume Still Unknown - THISDAY

PDP Urges Jonathan to Probe Looting - THISDAY

What if Lionel Messi were Nigerian? - NEXT

Yar'Adua: Military Coup Threat was Real, Say House Members - THISDAY

AMNI and Afren Nigeria announce scholarship grants - NEXT

Onuoha open to Nigeria approach - NEXT

The curse of oil still stalks Nigeria delta - Independent

Nigerian scam victim to get money back - BigPond News

Nigeria out of CHAN -

Malawi, Sub-Saharan African Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Life on two wheels, an unwieldy load - Los Angeles Times

Eriksson named Ivory Coast boss - ESPN

Woman conned in Nigerian scam to get money back - Herald Sun

Nigerian congregation in Greek city holds prayer service for an end to ... - Winnipeg Free Press

CHAN 2011 - Nigeria 0-0 Niger: Mena Upset Mighty Eagles -

Telecom NZ's Nigerian bid on hold - National Business Review

How we saved Nigeria from coup -Pro-Jonathan Reps - The Punch

Nigeria's Former Oil Rebels Frustrated at Stalled Niger Delta Peace - Voice of America

Aminu signs 10-day with Heat - USA Today

Nigerian President puts Telecom's bid for links on hold - New Zealand Herald

The Story behind the Nigerian Phishing Scam - PC World

Cameroon qualify for CHAN, Nigeria walk tight rope - BBC Sport

Three injured in pirate attack on Turkish ship - Southeast European Times

Christians Killed in Nigeria - The Ledger

Nigerian Anglican primate speaks out on fear of women - Times Online (blog)

Homophobia Epithets Becoming Prevalent in Nigeria, Uganda, Malawi, South Africa - New Liberian

Poetry of cruelty and love | Philadelphia Inquirer | 03/28/2010 - Philadelphia Inquirer

Late dust storm covers Nigeria - Las Vegas Sun

Nigeria's acting leader presents Cabinet nominees - Las Vegas Sun

Saturday, March 27, 2010

No Joy for Dora – and Other Stories - THISDAY

How to Address Nigeria's Problems, by Fashola - THISDAY

A healthcare system in need of healing - NEXT

Nigeria's telecommunications policy has outlived its purpose – Expert - The Punch

Dead Nigerian had cocaine in stomach - Sify

Nigeria, last among equals - NEXT

My fear for Nigeria - NEXT

Feminine gazes on Nigeria - NEXT

NIGERIA: "We will transform Nigeria to a better level", says Acting President - Virtue Online

Soup mistaken for drugs, man detained in Mexico - Bloomington Pantagraph

Nigeria walk tight rope in CHAN - BBC Sport

Football: Coach Lagerback unveils plan for Nigeria's Super Eagles - Afrique en Ligue

Friday, March 26, 2010

Amnesty - How Gen. Abbe Misled Yar'Adua, by Soyinka -

Niger Deltans Expect Much From Jonathan - Princewill -

Soyinka, Jonathan Discuss Amnesty, Electoral Reforms - THISDAY

Pirates Attack Turkish Ship in Nigeria - THISDAY

Nigeria Is Master Of Its Own Fate - Voice of America

PDP NEC in Crucial Talks with Jonathan, Pledges Support -

CAN, PFN Congratulate Okoh -

Lagerback Rules Out Undisciplined Players from World Cup Squad -

Out of Africa - New York Times

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: National Bank Kenya, Unilever Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Jos Crisis Committee Submits Report to Jonathan -

Mixed Reactions in US Over INEC's 'Diaspora Voting' Plan -

Uche's Return Excites Lagerback -

Police Rescue Kidnapped Uniport Don -

The Republic At a Time of Unease -

Jos - Three Injured, Four Arrested in Fresh Fracas -

Nigeria's 'worst place to live' -

Constitution Amendment - Senate Woos Representatives, State Assemblies -

Nigeria Plans to Increase Rice Production Fourfold in 10 Years - BusinessWeek

Super Eagles of Sweden! Swedes Adopt Nigeria -

Senate Concludes Amendment of 1999 Constitution -

FG Confirms Deportation of Two Citizens By Malaysia -

Christian-Muslim identity tags in Nigerian struggle for land - Oromo Index

Aguleri Monarch Condemns Jos Killings -

Lagerback Unveils World Cup Programme Today -

There Won't Be Credible Poll Without Electoral Reforms - Dogo -

Retired Admiral Docked Over Alleged Fraud -

N4.5 Billion Scam - EFCC Declares Bayelsa Finance Commissioner Wanted -

Groups to MEND - Apologise Over Warri Explosions -

Nigeria's Jonathan 'Determined' to End Violence in Jos Region - BusinessWeek

Jos Massacre, Justice and the entity called Nigeria - American Chronicle

Congo, Nigeria, Zambia: Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Jonathan 'Determined' to End Violence in Jos Region - Bloomberg

Congo, Nigeria, Zambia: Sub-Saharan Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Another pogrom against Nigerian Christians - (blog)

Lagerback Visits Recuperating Yusuf - THISDAY

Egusi: Mexico to apologise to Nigerian for illegal detention - The Punch

Nigeria Food And Drink Report Q2 2010 - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

Share Value Rises Further by N7 Billion -

Country's Unlawful Killings - a Challenge for Our Justice System -

Nigerian lawmakers approve $31 bln budget - AFP

Serap Calls for UN International Commission of Inquiry on Jos -

Nigerian Lawmakers Amend Constitution; Legislature, State Assemblies and ... - Voice of America

Islamic court bans online chat on amputations - CNN

Constitution Amendment May Foist Absurdity - NBA Chieftain -

Nigeria's 'White-Elephant' Banks Need $14 Billion - BusinessWeek

Man detained for 2 days over soup vgetables - St. Louis Globe-Democrat

Nigeria's parliament approves $31 bln budget for 2010 - Reuters

Nigeria Ex-militants frustrated at unkept promises - AFP

Fire - FG to Pull Down Structures Under Bridges -

INEC Accuses PDP of Plans to Scuttle Council Polls -

Prioritise Electricity, Transportation, CSOs Tell Jonathan -

Court Remands Bayelsa AG, Two Others in Kuje Prison -

Lagerback to Visit Eagles After South Africa Trip -

Time for Mend to Mend Its Ways -

Appointment of Ministers - Lawyers Canvass Strict Constitutional ... -

2011 Elections - Why Clamour for Electoral Reform Will Not End -

Soup mistaken for drugs, man detained in Mexico (4:46 am) - Las Cruces Sun-News

Attack On Iwu, Plan to Derail 2011 Poll - Groups -

FG Bulldozers for Lagos Shanties -

Senate Okays 39 Amendments to 1999 Constitution -

NCGN Calls for Probe of Ex-Ministers -

Time to Jettison the Zoning Arrangement -

Soup mistaken for drugs, man detained in Mexico - The Associated Press

Nigeria Hopes Najib Will Make Historical Visit To Boost Trade And Ties - Bernama

Controversy Trails List of Ministers -

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Abuja lawyers back electoral reform - NEXT

Nigeria acting leader names cabinet nominees - Arab News

Man held in Mexico after spices mistaken for drugs - The Associated Press

Nigeria To Export At Least 1.9MB/D Crude May - Trade - Wall Street Journal

Gaddafi's Call For Christian-Muslim Split Denounced In Nigeria - Eurasia Review

Goldman Sachs chief included in Nigeria's new cabinet - Independent

Gaddafi's toxic proposal - Daily Sun

'Jonathan Should Focus on Niger-Delta Development' -

•Onaiyekan: INEC boss did his best - Daily Sun

Nigeria shrouded in dust, flights cancelled - AFP

Nigeria shrouded in dust, flights cancelled - Africasia

Nigeria's Acting President Nominates 33 for New Cabinet - Voice of America

Nigeria's acting leader presents Cabinet nominees - The Associated Press

Bears' Idonije lending a helping hand in Nigeria - Chicago Breaking Sports - Tribune (blog)

Gaddafi's Nigerian gaffe - The Guardian

Nigeria rights group to appeal Facebook ruling - Washington Post

Bolton's Danny Shittu Out Of Nigeria World Cup Plans – Report -

Nigeria Must Throw Camp Open - Taribo West -

Argentina Can't Stop Nigeria's Best Players - Monday Odiaka -

Late dust storm covers Nigeria - The Associated Press

Bauchi Spends N28 Million On Refuse Disposal -

2011 - Why INEC Released Time-Table --Iwu -

Attack On Gaddafi Irrelevant --Rev. Iloh -

We Released Election Time-Table For Early Preparations -Iwu -

Nigeria's Lagos State to Sell $334.4 Million of Bonds - BusinessWeek

Leave Chikwe Alone, Group Tells EFCC -

Lagerback Discovers Youth Defender for 2010 World Cup -

Nigerian oil workers file protest -

At Last, NCC Issues 2.3GHZ Licence to Mobitel - All Africa ICT

Nigeria Acting Leader Names Cabinet Nominees - New York Times

Nigerian Senate unveils cabinet nominees - Africasia

Nigeria acting leader names cabinet nominees - Reuters UK

Iwu - My Tenure Ends Soon -

Nigeria Islamic court 'bans Twitter feed' - BBC News

Islamic court 'bans Twitter feed' - BBC News

N2.5 Billion Scam - EFCC Arraigns Bayelsa Accountant-General, Two Others -

Iwu Tasks Political Parties On Internal Democracy -

Ex-Militants' Leader Tasks FG On Post-Amnesty -

N2.5 Billion Fraud - EFCC to Arraign Bayelsa Officials -

Opposition Groups Demand Withdrawal of INEC's Election Time Tables -

NCC Issues 2.3GHZ Licence to Mobitel -

Lagerback Doubts Kanu for World Cup Squad -

Nigerian Oil Workers From Niger Delta Found Dead, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Acting President Names 25 Cabinet Nominees - Bloomberg

Nigerian oil workers protest killing of colleagues - Press TV

Yar'Adua's Nephew Makes List -

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Nigeria's Acting president nominates president Yar'adua's nephew and 24 others ... - NgEX

NIGERIA: Nigeria's oil workers demand justice for murdered colleagues - Herald de Paris

377 arrested in Nigeria for Jos violence - People's Daily Online

Lagerback Spots 50 Nigerian Players Abroad -

Nigerian cabinet nominees include top banker - Reuters

2.3ghz Saga - How Court Upheld NCC's Statutory Rights - All Africa ICT

Appoint Professionals as Ministers, Jonathan Urged -

Reconstitute INEC for more transparency - NEXT

'Nigerian constitution makes it possible for presidents to be worshipped' - The Punch

Union issues ultimatum over murder of two members - NEXT

Goodluck Jonathan nominates new Nigerian cabinet -

Nigeria to Prosecute Hundreds of Suspects in Christian Slaughter - Christian Post

Iwu to go in Nigerian voting shake-up - Financial Times

Nigeria cabinet nominees include top banker -sources - Reuters

Nigeria's Acting President Goodluck Jonathan Selects New - TransWorldNews (press release)

Ghaddafi is Not the Enemy -

Daimler charged with violating US bribery laws - Reuters

Nigeria's acting President Goodluck Jonathan has nominated a list of ministers ... - BBC News

Nigeria leader Goodluck Jonathan 'chooses cabinet' - BBC News

Nigeria's oil workers demand justice for murdered colleagues - RFI

Nigeria Commission Grants Mobitel Wireless License - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Commission Grants Mobitel Wireless License - Bloomberg

Nigerian leader sends cabinet nominees to senate - Africasia

Police plan swift trial of Nigerian massacre suspects - AFP

Former Nigeria leader urges fair Guinea election - The Associated Press

Jos - Triumph of Impunity -

Police plan swift trial of Nigerian massacre suspects - Africasia

Gunmen Kidnap Imo Monarch -

Nigeria : Good Morning, General Gusau - News Trends (blog)

Slice up Nigeria to save it, Libyan leader says - Frost Illustrated

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Benue, First Bank, Nigerian Breweries - BusinessWeek

Police to charge 41 for murder over Jos crisis - NEXT

Nigeria Islamic court bans online chat on amputation case - AFP

Nigerian acting president works to finalise new cabinet - AFP

Court to Adopt Addresses On Jonathan's Acting Presidency May 27 -

Petitions, Lobbying Delay Ministers' List -

2011 Polls - Independent Candidates to Deposit N100 Million With INEC -

2 kidnapped oil workers found dead in Nigeria - The Associated Press

NESREA Urges CITES to Lift Suspension on Country -

AC Tasks Jonathan On Senate Rejection of Uwais' Report -

Police Arraign Man Over N12 Million Theft -

North Warns Jonathan -

Imo Monarchs Go Into Hiding -

Sacked Ministers Lobby Sultan -

Jonathan's New Men -

Mark in Offensive Regalia -

My Sack Came Unawares, Says Udenwa -

Ministerial Nominees Get Assets Declaration Forms -

Suspected Army Impersonator Arraigned in Court -

Christian Pilgrims to Use E-Passport -

Britain to Deport Disabled Gold Medallist -

US$50 Billion Investment - China Plans For The Nation's Oil, Electricity -

The Search for Credible Representatives in Ibadan (3) -

New Cabinet - Jonathan Dumps Gnu -

Police Link Attack On EFCC Operatives to Robbers -

Jonathan - a Post-Yar'Adua Era? -

2010 - Wayas Tasks Citizens On Good Governance -

Constitution Review - New Focus As Committee Submits Report to Senate -

NSCDC Arrests 20 for Vandalism -

Nans Flays Jos Killings -

Nigeria's acting leader may meet Obama - The Associated Press

Political Groups Differ On Iwu's Removal -

My Sack From Cabinet, Hazards of Politics - Udenwa -

Nigeria's Acting President May Visit Washington - Voice of America

Nigeria Qua Iboe crude output to ease in May - Reuters South Africa

Monday, March 22, 2010

Jonathan and the Forty Alibaba Ministers.... -

The New Cabinet Nigerians Expect - THISDAY

Jonathan and 2011: To run or to run away? - BusinessDay

2011: Iwu and the orchestra of rejection - The Punch

Nigeria's existence, not negotiable —Akinola - The Punch

162 face charges over massacre in Nigeria - Irish Times

Two presidents, one nation - The Punch

Jonathan Invited to G8-G20 Roundtable -

163 arrested in Nigerian massacre - CNN International

Angry Reactions Trail EFCC's Robbery Attack Allegation -

Odia, Birthday and Discourse Around Conflict Question -

Three Nigerian Oil Workers Killed By Armed Robbers - New York Times

Attacks On EFCC Operatives Politically Motivated- Waziri - Says 'I Am ... -

Three Nigerian oil workers killed by armed robbers - Reuters UK

Fashola - Court's Decision On Probe Unfortunate -- Lagos PDP -

Agbakoba, Williams, Jega Shortlisted For INEC Job - AC Faults Senate ... -

Nigerian Crime Agency Condemns Killing of its Operatives - Voice of America

N50 Million Suit Against Orji's Aide Adjourned -

Ohakim Laments Warri Bomb Blasts -

MTN Services Disrupted in Apapa -

Jos Crisis - Prelate Urges FG to Compensate Christians, Moslems -

Arrests! Arrests!! Arrests!!! Everywhere But No Conviction! -

Iwu - Guilty As Charged? -

Fake Army Lt Handed Over to Plateau Police -

One Bomb Too Many -

Nigeria Leader Close to Finalising Cabinet - Sources - New York Times

Nigeria leader close to finalising cabinet -sources - Reuters UK

Two Kidnapped NNPC Staff Found Dead -

FG to Report Ghaddafi to UN, AU -

Shell pipelines attacked in Nigeria -

$400 Million was Donated to Nigeria by Global Fund Over 8 Years - TopNews United States

Niger Delta - Youth Leader Raises Alarm Over Militants' Threat -

Gaddafi And Mark, Who's Mad? -

Constituting a New Cabinet -

Gaddafi - the Making of a False Hero -

The Surgeon's Scissors -

Nigerian police to prosecute 162 for village attacks - Reuters South Africa

FG Still Committed to Amnesty Deal Despite Bomb Attacks -

Farida - Some Politicians Plotting My Sack -

PIB - How Oil Communities Can Enjoy 10 Percent Equity, By FG -

Ignore Calls for Waziri's Sack, Group Urges Jonathan -

PFN Blasts Gadaffi Over Call for Split -

Fireworks And Verbal Halitosis -

Ghana, Sub-Saharan Africa Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Bharti shares rise on Zain Africa deal hopes - Economic Times

Bharti shares rise on Zain Africa deal hopes - Livemint

Warri Bombing - Police Hunt For Bomb Maker -

Nigeria's oil production hits 2.6 million bpd - The Punch

Akunyili, Umar, Jega for INEC Chair -

'Nigeria received $400m from Global Fund in eight years' - The Punch

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Education First, Beating UConn a Close Second - New York Times

2011: EFCC Boss Vows to Stop Fraudsters in Nigeria's Politics - THISDAY

Nigeria Arrests 164 Over Massacre - Voice of America

Thank God Our President Is Back - Swans

164 held over mass killings of women, children in Nigeria - Herald Sun

Nigeria arrests 164 over massacre - Africasia

164 people face charges over massacres in Nigeria - Washington Post

Islamic cleric warns against meddling in Nigeria's affairs - Africasia

Vigilante groups urged for Nigerian region - Africasia

Bharti Gets $8.3 Billion in Funding for Zain Purchase - BusinessWeek

India's Bharti ties up $8.3bn to finance Zain deal - BusinessWeek

Bharti Ties Up $8.3 Billion Finance For Zain Africa Deal - New York Times

Observers to monitor deportation flights - Swissinfo

British Airways strike hits Nigerian travelers - Trading Markets (press release)

Acting President Consolidates Power Amid Unrest - AngolaPress

Bharti board clears decks for Zain Buy - Sify

Nepalese doc is God of Sight to poor - Washington Post

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Persecution Watchdogs Contest Media Reports on Nigeria Violence - Christian Post

Chinese Govt Invested $7.24bn in Nigeria, Says Envoy - THISDAY

Bharti Board Okays $10.7Bn to Acquire Zain - THISDAY

Gaddafi's call for splitting of Nigeria - The Punch

I'm happy to be part of Nigeria's golden generation – Amuneke - The Punch

Eminent Nigerians worry over Yar'Adua's confinement - The Punch

Bharti board clears decks for Zain Buy - Business Standard

Bharti board approves $9 Billion bid for Zain - The Punch

Bharti board approves $9 billion offer for Zain Africa: report - Reuters Canada

Bharti board oks $9 bln offer for Zain Africa-Bloomberg - Reuters

Bharti Board Said to Clear $9 Billion Offer for Zain - BusinessWeek

Nigerian rebels attack oil plant - Calgary Herald

Bharti board to meet as $9 billion Zain deal nears -

Friday, March 19, 2010

House Condemns Nigerian Deportee's Death - THISDAY

Consultant Canvasses Liquidation of NITEL - THISDAY

Nigeria's acting president tightens grip on power - Irish Times

Nigeria "Moving on" From Political Crisis - New York Times

Nigeria group claims oil facility attack - Ninemsn

US Calls Nigerian News Report of Possible American Troop Intervention Complete ... - Voice of America

Nigeria's ruling party to hold key talks after cabinet sacking - Africasia

Nigerian Envoy Recalled over Gadhafi's 'Irresponsible' Comments - Voice of America

Rebels claim pipeline attack in Nigeria - CNN International

Kidnappers Release Odimegwu's Wife -

Nigeria oil facility damaged, military says - Washington Post

Christians savagely attacked - Spero News

Gaddaffi - Nigeria Recalls Ambassador -

Gaddafi's partition idea riles Nigeria - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria cabinet sacking delays Nitel sale - Reuters

N5 Million Up for Grabs in Gulder 5-a-Side Tourney -

Attempt By EFCC to Arrest Me Political -Bafarawa -

France Boosts Country's Micro Finance Sector -

Odimegwu's Wife Released -

Ministers' Sack - I 'Ve Absolute Confidence in Jonathan -- Ogbulafor ... -

FG Lambasts Ghaddafi, Recalls Ambassador -

Nigeria's ruling party to meet for crucial talks - Africasia

Festus Odimegwu's Wife Freed -

Jos Killings - Politics, Buck Passing Continue -

CWO Hails Obi's Victory -

FG Appeals to UK Over Prisoners Repatriation -

Court Upholds Sale of 2.3GHZ, Orders Release of Licence -

Jos - Reps Ask FG to Cut Diplomatic Ties With Libya -

Analysis: Jonathan makes his mark on Nigeria - BBC News

Gulder Five-a-Side Tourney Kicks-Off April -

FG Recalls Ambassador From Libya Over Gaddafi's Statement -

Release calls for protection of Christians in Nigeria after fatal attack - ChristianToday

Will Yar'Adua Continue to Receive Salaries? -

Gaddafi comment sparks diplomatic row with Nigeria - Reuters

Corrupt Officers Plan to Attack us -EFCC -

'Nigeria-France Trade Volume Hit 3.2 Billion Euros in 2009' -

Court Orders NCC to Restore Mobitel's 2.3GHZ Licence -

Senate - Soludo Fooled Countrymen on Global Meltdown -

Bafarawa - 'Those Who Caused Row in Court Not Sokoto Indigenes' -

Dust Obstructs Flights in Maiduguri -

Qaddafi's Gaffe - Nigeria Recalls Envoy From Libya -

Mark Tackles Gaddafi Over Break-Up Call -

Jos crisis: Nigeria risks global sanctions …SERAP calls for UN commission - The Punch

Nigeria leader to choose new cabinet quickly: sources - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria Recalls Envoy to Libya Over Qaddafi's Partition Call - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Cabinet Dissolved | 42 Ministers Fired by Acting President - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Ghaddafi: Nigeria Recalls Ambassador from Libya - THISDAY

Acting Nigerian President Dissolves Cabinet in Full Takeover Bid - The Epoch Times

Fulani Muslims murder 12 villagers - Inspire Magazine

Nigeria reacts over Ghaddafi's outbursts, recalls Ambassador to Libya - Xinhua

Nigerian On Hunger Strike Dies In Zurich Airport During Deportation - AHN | All Headline News

goodluck charms - The Guardian

Nigeria gets a crisis Cabinet - Times LIVE

Nigeria Recalls Ambassador To Libya Over Gaddafi's 'Partition' Comment - RTT News

Nigeria Recalls Ambassador To Libya After Gaddafi Makes Outrageous Suggestion - AHN | All Headline News

Nigeria eases curfew after sectarian slaughter - Africasia

NIGERIA | Another brutal attack on Nigerian Christians leaves villagers ... - World Magazine

Gaddafi suggests Nigeria partition -

Nigeria recalls Libya ambassador - BBC News

Nigeria recalls Libya ambassador in Gaddafi row - BBC News

Thirteen dead after ethnic clashes in Nigeria - Wikinews

Nominees for Nigeria's Cabinet Expected Next Week - Voice of America

Gaddafi is a Mad Man -- Mark -

Cabinet dissolution in the best interest of Nigeria - Akunyili - The Punch

GTBank lists Nigeria's first corporate bond in years - Reuters

Warri Blasts, Result of Failed Amnesty Deal -Militant Leader -

Nigeria leader to choose new cabinet quickly - sources - Reuters South Africa

13 Dead In Latest Nigerian Religious Crisis - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Nigeria Leader to Choose New Cabinet Quickly - Sources - New York Times

Nigerian Senate President Thinks Gaddafi is Mentally Ill - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Barnabas Fund Exposes Media Coverup of Massacres of Christians in Nigeria - First Things (blog)

Daunting in-tray awaits new Nigerian cabinet - Africasia

Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan prepares to announce new cabinet - Christian Science Monitor

Econet's Masiyiwa Says There's No Settlement on Zain Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Kadhafi is a 'mad man': Nigeria senate speaker - Africasia

Nigeria's acting leader mulls new cabinet - AFP

Acting Nigeria President firms up rule with cabinet sack - Globe and Mail

His Suggestion Lacks Merit - Aminu -

Pressure on IBB to Contest Presidency in 2011 -

12 Christians brutally slain in Nigeria; archbishop emphasizes violence not ... - Catholic Culture

Nigerian Cabinet Dismissal May Ease Paralysis, Analysts Say - BusinessWeek

World update: Scandal casts shadow over bishops' meeting - CNN (blog)

Delta Beefs Up Security -

Nigerian Cabinet Dismissal May Ease Paralysis, Analysts Say - Bloomberg

Impeachment - Intrigues That Swayed Senate in Favour of Yar'Adua -

FG Yet to Redeem Pledge to Haiti -

Akosa Warns Lagerback Against Dead Woods -

Thirteen Killed in Fresh Jos Violence - Cult Clash Claims Six in Sagamu -

The Nation - Hobbling Towards a Failed State -

I Can't Order Fashola's Probe, Judge Tells NCP -

Obi - My New Plans for Anambra -

NLC, Iwu And the Electoral Process -

Still On Yar'Adua's Health Secrecy -

Body harps on effective financial model for Nigeria - African Manager

Obi in Another Victory Dance -

OPEC Bars Nigeria, Others From Above-Quota Production -

Mend Threat - FG Beefs Up Security On Facilities -

Nigeria leader to chose new cabinet quickly -source - Reuters UK

20 Killed As Jos Burns Again -

2011: We're Ready, Says PDP - THISDAY

World Digest: Nigeria's acting president dissolves cabinet - Washington Post

'Opec Protecting Members Against Exploitation By Oil Majors' -

Nigeria in the Climate Change Conundrum - THISDAY

Ghadaffi is a Mad Man, Says Mark -

Lagerback and Nigerian Football - THISDAY

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Jonathan, Mark Praise Anambra People as Obi is Sworn in - THISDAY

Mark Tackles Ghaddafi over Break-up Call - THISDAY

Universal banking suspension, good for banks - NEXT

Gaddafi is ignorant about Nigeria –ACF - The Punch

Fresh Sectarian Violence Leaves 12 Dead In Central Nigeria - RTT News

Brymedia calls on Nigeria to dismiss rival - Financial Times

Analysts Dismiss Calls by Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi to Split Nigeria into ... - Voice of America

Odugbemi - How Varsities Can Make Top Global Ranking -

Nigerian President Dismisses His Cabinet - New York Times

Nigeria's Acting President Dissolves Cabinet - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's acting president asserts power by sacking cabinet - The Guardian

Nigeria's acting president dissolves cabinet: official - AFP

Altech Targets China, Nigeria, India, Brazil for Expansion - BusinessWeek

Militant Bombs Upset Peace Talks in Nigeria - NTDTV

Nigeria's acting president sacks Cabinet - CNN International

Nigeria's acting president dissolves Cabinet - The Associated Press

Acting president dissolves cabinet - The Associated Press

Acting president dissolves cabinet - Houston Chronicle

Nigeria's acting leader dissolves cabinet: sources - Reuters

Nigeria's acting leader dissolves cabinet -sources - Reuters UK

Telecom New Zealand Sees Nigeria as 'Last Gateway Opportunity' - BusinessWeek

Deaths in Nigeria ethnic clashes -

Car Bombs Rattle Attempt to Renew Amnesty Process in Nigeria, Threats to Oil ... - (blog)

11 dead in fresh Muslim-Christian violence in Nigeria - CNN International

More violence against Christians in Nigeria -

At Least 13 Killed In New Nigerian Sectarian Clash - Voice of America

Machete attack on Nigeria village kills at least 13 - Reuters

Nigerian leader orders fast-tracking of amnesty deal - AngolaPress

New sectarian slaughter rocks central Nigeria - AFP

IBB's Presidency Won't Be a Bad Idea -Uzoh -

Charly Boy Leads Protest to Nass Over Yar'Adua -

Imo Guber Dispute - Supreme Court Hears Ohakim's Appeal May 13 -

As PDP, Jonathan Part Ways -

Country, Others Meet On Oil Quota -

Obama's Invitation to Jonathan As Good Omen -

We Stopped Third Bomb to Save Lives - Mend -

Jonathan to Meet Political Parties -

Greed, The Country's Greatest Problem --Obi -

Bribe Scam Splits Anti-Yar'Adua Group -

Ohakim, Haliru Defend Iwu -

Minister - Police Foresaw Delta Blasts -

Anambra 2010 Governorship Election - Lessons to Be Learnt -

Sokoto Guber - Court of Appeal Suspends Judgment Indefinitely -

Nigeria/South Africa: South-African Envoy Re-Assures On Security -

Miltants Can't Stop us --FG -

Jos Crisis - NANS to Hold Government Responsible for Future Crises -

NGO Trains Women in Conflict Resolution -

2011 - Forum Wants FG to Hasten Electoral Reform -

Kano Fire Service Sues Bank Over Forgery -

'I Stole Battery to Free My Brother From Police' -

Experts React to CBN's New Policy for Banks -

Nigeria village in machete attack - BBC News

Oil Nears $82 As Opec Meets Today -

Fitch report on Nigerian Banking Sector update - NEXT

Nigeria committed to credible elections - People's Daily Online

Experts Scrutinize US Role in African Security - Voice of America

Attackers kill 12 in latest Nigeria fighting - The Associated Press

Fresh fighting reported in central Nigeria - The Associated Press

Fresh clashes in central Nigeria kill 11 -radio - Reuters UK

Split Nigeria to Avoid 'Bloodshed', Says Gaddafi -

Ghaddafi Wants Nation Divided to Stop Bloodshed -

Nigeria dispute unlikely to thwart Bharti-Zain deal - The Africa Report

Mass Literacy Gets N96.5 Million Boost -

Taking turns at slaughter in Nigeria - Los Angeles Times

Security Guard Charged With Negligence -

Nigeria keen to adjust its OPEC quota - Reuters South Africa

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Elections in Nigeria to be held 3 months ahead of schedule - Indian Express

RPT-DEALTALK-Nigeria dispute unlikely to thwart Bharti-Zain deal - Reuters

Ghaddafi Wants Nigeria Divided to Stop Bloodshed - THISDAY

Mobile Services Positively Impact All Spheres of Nigerian Life, Pyramid Finds - SYS-CON Media (press release)

Awards: NFF plays down Nigeria's no-show - The Punch

'Nigeria should be divided into two' - The Punch

Nigerian Journalist Killed in Robbery | 3 Suspects Detained - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Kadhafi: Nigeria should be partitioned to end violence - AFP

Nigerian youths protest absence of president - AFP

Nigerian leader orders fast-tracking of amnesty deal - AFP

Nigerian leader orders fast-tracking of amnesty deal - Africasia

Gadhafi: Split Nigeria to End Violence - Voice of America

Rare anger as Nigerian youths hit streets - CNN International

Libyan leader: Nigeria should split into 2 nations -

Nigerian Mothers Say Government Failed to Protect Them from Massacre - The Epoch Times

Gadhafi: Nigeria should be partitioned to end violence - Africasia

Internet video: Muslims must rise up in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Internet video: Muslims must rise up in Nigeria - Carlisle Sentinel

Nigerian Election Dates Tied to Possible Reforms - Voice of America

Internet video: Muslims must rise up in Nigeria - Washington Post

Nigeria vote 'may be held early' - BBC News

Militants threaten Nigerian oil industry after double car bombing - Independent

Nigeria To Hold Elections In January Or April Next Year - RTT News

Blasts expose Nigeria's leadership crisis - Independent Online

Nigerian youths protest absence of president - Africasia

Bomb blasts expose Nigeria's leadership crisis - Africasia

Nigeria says bombs will not derail amnesty - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria militants set off bombs, step up threats - FOXNews

Nigeria dispute unlikely to thwart Bharti-Zain deal - Reuters

DEALTALK-Nigeria dispute unlikely to thwart Bharti-Zain deal - Reuters

Bomb Blast at Nigerian Government House leaves 8 Dead, 6 Injured - WorldNewsVine (blog) (press release)

Nigerian election dates 'depend on reforms' - AFP

Election slated for January or April 2011 - The Associated Press

Officials say presidential election will be held in 2001, either ... - Los Angeles Times

Divide Nigeria in two, says Muammar Gaddafi - BBC News

Nigeria police nab suspects over journalist murder - AFP

Nigerian election dates depend on reforms: official - Africasia

Nigeria says most militants on board with amnesty - Reuters South Africa

Bailout - MAN Lauds CBN -

Jos Mayhem Causes Food Crisis in Anambra -

Jos Crisis - Catholic Priests Task FG, Plateau State -

CBN Scraps Universal Banking -

NFF Lists 18 Officials For Eagles -

Sleeping With a Ghost -

How Odimegwu's Wife Was Kidnapped - Police -

Four Governors Escape Death -

2011 - Senate to Adopt INEC's Timetable -

Leave Yar'Adua's Wife Alone, Group Appeals to Publishers -

INEC Releases 2011 Polls Time Table Today -

Jigawa Jisiec Boss Dies in Niger Republic -

Nigeria to announce two possible election timetables - Reuters India

CBN Orders Banks to Disclose Full Rates, Charges -

Uncertainty Over Nitel Sale, As FG Calls For Fresh Due Diligence -

Obasanjo Weeps, Buhari Mourns Lamido -

Adamawa is Disappointed in Nyako's Governance -Barau -

Jos Killing - Governor, GOC And the Truth Beneath -

Supreme Court Stops Judgment in Sokoto Guber Case -

Lagerback - Eagles Defence My Headache -

SNG Formed to Ridicule Yar'Adua -Group -

Jos - Army Condoles Slain Soldier's Family -

Nigeria to announce two possible election timetables - Reuters UK

Godrej Consumer Products buys Nigerian brand Tura - Reuters India

Onuoha on Nigeria probable's list - Kickoff

Could FG Be Liable for Genocide in Jos Killings? - THISDAY

Wah Seong May Buy Pipe-Coating Business in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Nigerian militant group, MEND, claims responsibility for bomb explosions in ... - NgEX

MEND Faction Claims It Bombed Warri -

Bomb Blasts Stop Niger Delta Confab -

Monday, March 15, 2010

Wah Seong May Buy Pipe-Coating Business in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Addressing the 2011 elections - Vanguard

Dangote's Sack by Court Won't Affect Market - Stockbrokers -

Court Declines Judgment over Palace Ownership -

Nigerian GDP Grew 6.9% in 2009 on Telecom Industry - BusinessWeek

Nigerian GDP Grew 6.9% in 2009 as Non-Oil Expanded - BusinessWeek

Nigeria militants set off bombs, step up threats - The Associated Press

Nigeria Oil City Hit by Explosion After Rebel Warning - BusinessWeek

Rebel group bombs Nigerian government building - CNN International

Q+A-The implications of bomb attacks in Nigeria's oil delta - Reuters

2011 - INEC Starts Distribution of Non-Sensitive Materials -

Godrej Consumer buys Nigeria's Tura -

OPC Worries Over Killings in Jos -

Ndigbo in Diaspora Flays Political Events in Nigeria -

Police- FG Plays the Ostrich Game, Condemns Own Agency -

Blood on the Plateau: Nigeria's socioeconomic massacres -

Bombing occurs in Nigeria despite amnesty conference - Xinhua

Explosions hit amnesty talks in Nigeria's oil delta - Washington Post

Godrej Consumer target seen at Rs 282 post Tura acquisition: Anand Rathi - Economic Times

Explosions hit amnesty talks in Nigeria's oil delta - Reuters

Godrej Cons to launch Indian products in Nigeria - Sify

Nigerian rebels threaten to attack French oil firm - AFP

Posers Without End in Jos -

Festus Odimegwu's Wife Kidnapped -

Lamido Adamawa Buried -

Nigeria is Sitting On a Time Bomb - Comrade Uche Benson -

Car bombs explode during amnesty talks - The Associated Press

Shekarau Raises Committee to Assess Traders' Losses -

Jos Crisis Re-Echoes The Vulnerability of Women, Children -

Explosions rock Nigeria amnesty ceremony - AFP

Reading the News -

UPDATE1-Godrej Cons to launch Indian products in Nigeria - Reuters India

AC Members Protest Alleged PDP Attack -

Explosions heard during amnesty talks - The Associated Press

Jos - Solution Looking for Problem -

Nigerian main militant group to announce action soon - Xinhua

Kwara 2011 Dismantling Unfolding Gender Apartheid -

Wife of businessman, ex-candidate kidnapped in Nigeria - AFP

Nigerian Economy Grew 6.9% in 2009 as Non-Oil Industry Expanded - BusinessWeek

2011 - the Race Begins -

Nigeria Women Protest Against Massacre Of Christians - BosNewsLife

Don't Probe Igbinedion, Edo Youths Urge Oshiomhole -

Ex-Bauchi SSG Set to Challenge Ban From Public Office -

Jonathan Warned to Beware of Northern Governors -

2011 - INEC Begins Distribution of Non-Sensitive Materials -

Wife of Ex-NBL MD Kidnapped in Imo -

Bode George Wants New Justices for Appeal -

Iwu Should Not Conduct 2011 Election - AC -

NFF Member, Galadima, Buried in Gumel -

Oyo Field - Camac Set to Sell Concession -

Nigeria, Tanzania: Sub-Saharan Africa Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Nigeria, Tanzania: Sub-Saharan Africa Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

Nigerian buy funded through internal accrual: Godrej Cons -

Dogo Nahawa - How We Were Butchered - Survivor -

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Godrej Consumer buys Nigerian soap brand Tura, stock up 3% -

A Nigerian face-lift for Godrej Consumer - Business Standard

New Market Report: Beer in Nigeria to 2013 - (press release)

Nigeria crash in Doha as Okagbare makes collegiate history - NEXT

Nigeria fails to stand up at GLO/CAF Awards, again - NEXT

Oil Reforms: NNPC Opens Talks with Foreign Banks - THISDAY

Critical Time for Nigeria's Future -

Godrej Consumer Buys Nigeria's Tura Brand For Undisclosed Sum - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's Violence Not Strictly Religious - Unfortunately -

Nigerian stocks head for biggest weekly rise in seven months - The Punch

Market operators applaud Dangote's removal as NSE president - NEXT

Godrej to buy Nigerian soap maker Tura - Livemint

Nigeria's Independent National Electoral Commission to announce timetable for ... - NgEX

Manchester City's Nedum Onuoha Tops List Of Nigeria Probables -

Nigerian state oil company will privatize: report - MarketWatch

Finally, Nigeria wins 2010 World Cup - Sierra Express Media (blog)

Ethno-Religious Crisis Clouds Nigeria Future - Islam Online

Nigerian plane crashes during rescue exercise - BBC News

Flower Seeds and Bulbs Market in Business Report 2010 - a new market ... - (press release)

Greater Tomorrow - NEXT

Church to celebrate feast of patron of Ireland, Nigeria and snakes - Catholic News Agency

Nobel laureate Soyinka decries ethnic, sectarian violence Nigeria - Global Times

Flower Market in Business Report 2010 - a new market research - (press release)

Nigeria vows to tackle violence -

Godrej Consumer Buys Nigeria's Tura Brand For Undisclosed Sum - NASDAQ

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Jos, Jos, Jos And Nigeria - Modern Ghana

Maryland, Georgetown battling for local recruit Moses Abraham - Washington Post


Various Artists: Nigeria Special Vol 2 – Modern Highlife, Afro Sounds and ... - The Guardian

Reporting on Nigerian massacre deaths seems to have hit a religious divide - The Guardian

Nigeria's state-owned oil corporation to go private -

NFF denies paying N1.2bn for village - The Punch

Southern Nigeria reacts over Muslims massacre of Christians - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Samuel Peter Crushes Nagy Aguilera In 2nd-Round - The Nigerian Is A "Nightmare ... -

Nigerian arrested in Delhi on charge of cheating - The Hindu

'Team Nigeria will be ready for New Delhi' - NEXT

Nigerian Government Urged to Investigate Jos Massacre - Gospel Herald

Governors as 'mini' President - Daily Sun

Nigeria Moves to Check Illegal Trafficking of Artifacts -

GPCL to buy Nigerian skin-care co 'Tura' - Economic Times

52 Escape Death As Plane Overshoots Runway in P/H -

World Cup Previews - Nigeria - Simply Futbol .com

Nigerian Plane Taking Part in Rescue Exercise Crashes - TransWorldNews (press release)

Godrej Consumer buys Nigerian personal products brand Tura - Hindu Business Line

Godrej lavishes Rs 500 cr on Nigerian beauty brand - Business Standard

Acting president orders 'roving band of killers' to be apprehended - Ethiopian Review

Market Report, "Pasta and Noodles in Nigeria to 2013", published - (press release)

Airplane in Nigeria crashes during mock rescue exercise - Wikinews

WORLD CUP: Ladipo, Okumagba solicit support for Lagerback - Vanguard

Renewed sectarian violence in Nigerian city dominates newspaper pages - Afrique en Ligue

Godrej buys Nigerian soap brand - Livemint

After Nigerian bloodbath sectarian clashes erupt in Egypt - The Richmark Sentinel

Army commander admits being forewarned on Nigeria violence - Afrique en Ligue

Godrej Consumer Products buys Nigeria's Tura - Economic Times

Nigeria plane crashes during mock rescue exercise - Reuters

Nigeria court voids election of stk mkt president - Reuters South Africa

10 injured as Nigerian Air Force plane overshoots runaway - Africasia

Friday, March 12, 2010

OPINION Christian-Muslim violence in Nigeria bad for America - Youngstown Vindicator

NFF Denies Paying N1.2b For Nigeria Village - The Guardian - Nigeria

Will Nigeria survive? - Trinidad & Tobago Express

Lagerback, Moses and the new Eagles - The Punch

'Lagerback needs Nigerian coaches to succeed' - The Punch

Police chief visits violence-hit Nigeria state - AFP

Police chief visits violence-hit Nigeria state - Africasia

Nigeria to Review Nitel Bidding - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria approves $1 bln disbursal from oil savings - Reuters

Nigeria, Ghana, BRVM Bourses Move Toward Combining - BusinessWeek

No end to Nigeria cycle of violence - BBC News

Nigeria, Ghana, BRVM Bourses Move Toward Combining - Bloomberg

Nigerian Women Carry Bibles, Protest Massacre - Christian Post

Nigerian Stocks Head for Biggest Weekly Rise in Seven Months - BusinessWeek

Turai Yar'Adua As Virtuous Wife -

Nigeria coaches back Lagerback - Kickoff

Sub-Saharan African Stocks: Eaagads, Kakuzi, Nigeria Breweries - BusinessWeek

Sub-Saharan African Stocks: Eaagads, Kakuzi, Nigeria Breweries - Bloomberg

CJN Queries Appeal Court Justices -

Minister - FCTA Generates N3.5 Billion Monthly -

CBN to Release Guideline On Universal Banking -

GOC - Jang Did Not Report Attack -

FIABCIi to Provide Affordable Mass Housing -

Secrecy on Yar'Adua Can Happen Only in Nigeria - Obasanjo -

I'm Yet to Decide on 2011 - Shekarau -

Nigeria Will Set Date for 2011 Vote on March 16, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

The Acting President in a Presidential Democracy (2) -

El-Rufai Loses Bid to Quash Senate Report On Him -

Ghanaians to Visit Ancestral Home in Ile-Ife -

2010 World Cup - Great Football, Big Party -

Plateau Women At National Assembly, Protest Killings -

No Longer Business As Usual, Lagerback Warns Super Eagles Players -

Appeal Court Hears Nba's Suit On Yar'Adua March 25 -

Jos Crisis And the Imperative of an Emergency Rule -

No Militants in Obosi, Says Monarch -

FCT High Court Commissions N5.2 Billion Research Centre -

FCT Senator Moves Against Demolitions -

Greyling gives thanks - Independent Online

Nigerian Christians flee violence - Los Angeles Times

US embassy slams 'horrific' Nigerian massacre - Africasia

Igwe Ukpor Dares Detractors -

US slams rights abuses in Sudan, Congo and Nigeria - AFP

Leave Akunyili Alone -

EFCC Arraigns Two Over Attempt to Defraud Council Chief -

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Another Jos Massacre -

US Calls for Better Leadership in Nigeria - THISDAY

Nigerian Women Protest Sectarian Massacre - Voice of America

Enough of Bloodshed, Jang Warns Plateau Residents -

Lingering Nigerian Leadership Crisis Causes Continued Unease - Voice of America

US slams rights abuses in Sudan, Congo and Nigeria - Africasia

Conference Participants Endorse Agri-Business Initiative -

Goodluck, Leave Politics, Face the People -

To Acting President Jonathan - the Malaysian Example -

Al-Qaida seen eyeing less complex attacks on US - The Associated Press

Nigeria charges 49 with murder over Christian villages massacres - Times Online

Allow Lagerback to rebuild what Amodu demolished—Toro - Vanguard

Silverdome is open for business again - The Associated Press

UN: Nigeria's Jos Massacre Could Have Been Prevented - Voice of America

Religious hatred, poverty behind Nigeria violence - The Associated Press

NIGERIA: Slaughter Of The Innocents - Strategy Page

Nigerians Recount Night of Their Bloody Revenge - New York Times

Muslims, Too, Perished in Nigerian Violence - New York Times (blog)

Shell Shuts 2 Nigeria Gas Plants to Restart Pipeline - BusinessWeek

Nigeria arrests 200 after clashes around Jos - Reuters South Africa

Another massacre in Nigeria An unending cycle - Economist

Shell Shuts 2 Nigeria Gas Plants to Restart Pipeline - Bloomberg

Presidency Must Remain in North West - Nnabuchi -

PDP Chieftain Wants Jonathan to Probe Obasanjo -

Land of many stories - CNN

Nigeria killing: 49 charged - BBC News

MTN sees growth in Nigeria, Iran - Creamer Media's Engineering News

Police charge 49 with murder after Nigeria sectarian massacre - The Guardian

Local Currencies Weigh on MTN's Profit - Wall Street Journal

Violence-hit Nigeria state begins fast for peace - AFP

Tapestry of violence haunts central Nigeria - The Associated Press

Nzeribe Warns On Military Incursion -

Thousands flee after weekend slaughter in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Nigerian survivors recall Jos massacre - BBC News

FEC Meeting Fails Again -

Jos Massacre - Huriwa Calls For Armed Civil Defence in Villages -

Lagerback Has Final Say On Paraguay Clash -

Yar'Adua - Let's Have Some Peace -

Nigerian Banana Peels Yesterday And Today -

We're Not Behind Jos Killings- Fulanis -

Yayale's Remarks to SNG -

Nigerian women protest recent killings - The Associated Press

Nigerian Women Protest Recent Killings - New York Times

Banking Reform Bill Scales Second Reading in National Assembly -

Again, Jonathan Cancels EXCOF Meeting -

Oil Reverses Two-Day Rally, Falls Near US $80 -

We Can't Impeach Yar'Adua, Senate Tells Buhari -

Jos Crisis - Police Arrest 351 Suspects - Pope Condemns Killings -

2011 - Group Renews Call for Babangida Presidency -

MASSOB Protest Grounds South East -

Agbami Oil Fields - Court Rules in Favour of Obasanjo's in-Law -

Nigeria's bloody strife just a text message away - Toronto Star

Success of lone gunmen may shift al-Qaida strategy - The Associated Press

MTN Profit Falls as Rand Gain Hurts Foreign Income - BusinessWeek

National Assembly (NASS) Cannot Appoint An “Acting President” - 1 - NgEX

Success of lone gunmen may shift al-Qaida strategy - Washington Post

UK court awards £275000 divorce settlement to Nigerian woman after she rejects ... - NgEX

Nigerian soldiers open fire on youths, two people killed in Jos - LSU The Reveille

INSIDE SPORTS: Now that we have a coach - NEXT

Jos - 49 Face Murder Charge -

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

In their own words : Participants comments at the Save Nigeria Group march - NEXT

Begin electoral reform with sacking of Iwu, SNG urges Jonathan - The Punch

Yar'Adua Goes into Extra Time - The Reappearance of the President Has ... -

Oil firms halt further investments in Nigeria over PIB - The Guardian - Nigeria

No-Fly List Includes the Dead - Wired News

Protesters Demand to See Yar'Adua - THISDAY

Agbami Oil Field: Court Declines Statoil's Request - THISDAY

Nigeria's unity and the balance of power in Africa - Daily Sun

Nigerian violence fed by ethnic, economic issues, ex-president says - CNN International

No-Fly List Doubles After Christmas Attack - CBS News

Detained Herdsmen Talk About Sectarian Killings in Nigeria - New York Times

Nigerian Military Accomplices in Massacre Against Christians? - International Christian Concern

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE Refineries without fuel - Tehran Times

Nigeria Protesters Ratchet Up Pressure - Wall Street Journal

Attacks Might Not Be About Religion in Nigeria - Atlantic Online (blog)

Government No-Fly List Includes the Dead - Wired News

Nigeria Schedule Friendlies Against North Korea & Paraguay -

Nigeria Clubs Wear Black Armbands To Mourn Deceased Striker Endurance Idahor -

Protesters Demand to See Nigeria President - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's Acting president requests approval for 5 Advisers - Afrique en Ligue

Agriculture key to Nigeria growth plans -Jonathan - Reuters UK

Religious leaders must unite to beat Nigeria's extremists - Times Online

Nigeria charges 49 over Jos killings - BBC News

Governor of Nigeria's Violence-Wracked State Blames Army for Inaction - Voice of America

The Violence in What's Behind the Conflict? - TIME

Nigeria protesters demand to see ailing president - The Associated Press

Is Jonathan Acting President of Nigeria? - Vanguard

Nigeria protesters demand to see ailing president - Washington Post

Nigeria protesters demand to see ailing president - San Francisco Chronicle

Hundreds killed in Nigeria clashes - BBC News

Nigeria security chief sacked in presidential tussle - Financial Times

Nigeria Court Upholds Order Freezing Statoil Revenue - BusinessWeek

Nigeria line up four pre-World Cup friendly matches - BBC Sport

Nigeria Court Upholds Order Freezing Statoil Revenue - Bloomberg

Retaliation fears stalk Nigeria city after clashes - Reuters

Jonathan Writes Senate Asking for Five New Advisers -

Source: No-Fly List Nearly Doubles Since Attack - WXIA-TV

Nigerian Coca-Cola Bottler to Expand Plants, Offer New Products - BusinessWeek

Nigerian activists seek sack of Yar'Adua's cabinet - Africasia

South Africa: Kidnap Victim On Way From Nigeria -

Nigerian police revises Jos violence toll to 109 - Xinhua

Presidency And Two Parallel Agenda (2) -

Nnpc, Shell Trade Blames As Power Supply Worsens -

Jos - House of Reps Demand Truth Commission -

Policemen Have Rights Too, Onovo Tells Senators -

NNPC to Replenish National Strategic Stock -

Oil Reverses Two-Day Rally, Falls Near US$80 -

Nigerian soldiers open fire on youths; 2 killed - The Associated Press

Gunfire causes new panic in Nigerian massacre city - Montreal Gazette

Jang Indicts Army Over Jos Massacre -

Nigerian soldiers open fire on youths; 2 killed - Houston Chronicle

Nigerian Governor Says Army Ignored Massacre Warnings - Truthdig

Hundreds protest to demand Nigeria leader appears - Washington Post

AP source: No-fly list nearly doubles since attack - The Associated Press

Behind the scenes, crafting the US no-fly list - The Associated Press

Soldiers open fire on youths - The Associated Press

Freed S.African journalist returns home from official - Africasia

Soldiers Open Fire on Youths - New York Times

Residents of Nigeria sectarian hotspot return home - Africasia

Govs Demand Probe of N1.15 Trillion Fuel Subsidy Claims -

Police Want Today's Protests Postponed -

Yar'Adua - Police to Stop Protesters Getting to Aso Rock -

Police Ill-Equipped to Fight Robbery - Onovo -

Massacre in Nigeria -

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Jang moans, Senate, Reps want action on Jos - The Guardian - Nigeria

Groups blame government for Jos massacre - NEXT

UN Calls for Justice after Nigerian Sectarian Massacre - NewsHour

Hold Jonathan responsible if Nigeria explodes – Soyinka - The Punch

Yar'Adua: Another Round of Mass Actions Begins - THISDAY

Eritrean pleads not guilty to aiding terrorists - The Associated Press

Kidnapped TV man on way home - Times LIVE

Jos Killings a Reprisal - Police -

Double tragedy hits African football - CNN International

Gunshots heard in violence-wracked Nigerian town - Houston Chronicle

Gunshots heard in violence-wracked Nigerian town - The Associated Press

Bogus site targets Madoff victims, agency says - Reuters

Bogus site targets Madoff victims, US agency says - Reuters

Bogus Madoff Web site links to Nigeria - Newsday (subscription)

Security chief fired in Nigeria power fight - Financial Times

FACTBOX-Key risks to watch in Nigeria - Reuters AlertNet

Ban tasks Nigeria on Jos violence - The Punch

Rights Officials Call for Justice in Nigeria Massacre - New York Times


Nigerian Acting President Replaces Security Chief after Latest Violence - Voice of America

Nigerian Christian group accuses government over deaths - BBC News

Nigerian security chief replaced after massacre - CNN International

Nigeria May Push for Higher OPEC Oil Quota, NNPC Says - BusinessWeek

South African TV Channel Crew Member Released In Nigeria - RTT News

Nigeria May Push for Higher OPEC Oil Quota, NNPC Says - Bloomberg

US Calls For Justice In Nigeria Massacre - Voice of America

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Africa Insurance, Unilever Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Jos Crisis - It'll Never Happen Again - FG -

Lagerback Should Be Given Freedom -Kaave -

Official behind Nitel sell-off suspended - Financial Times

Nigeria urged to investigate religious violence - The Associated Press

Declare a State of Emergency in Plateau State Now -

The Nation is Winning the Fight Against Polio -WHO -

The Return of General Aliyu Gusau -

FirstRand Targets Nigeria, Other African Markets - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria kidnappers free South African captive - BBC News

End This Tit for Tat Madness -

General Gusau Bounces Back As NSA -

Yar'Adua And the Web of Intrigues -

Military Begins Surveillance On Oil Pipelines -

CBN Leaves Benchmark Rate Unchanged -

FirstRand Eyes Nigeria for Growth - Wall Street Journal

Ogun Dispute - Monarch's Loyalist Murdered -

Hillary Clinton seeks Nigeria trial for Jos massacres - BBC News

Stop These Killings Now - UN, US -

Nigeria's National Security Advisor sacked - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

FirstRand Targets Nigeria, Other African Markets For Growth - Wall Street Journal

Calls for inquiry into religious violence - Washington Post

Kidnapped S.African TV engineer released in Nigeria - Reuters

Calls for inquiry into religious violence - The Associated Press

New security adviser bolsters Nigeria's acting leader - Reuters South Africa

SuperSport sound engineer released by kidnappers in Nigeria - The Richmark Sentinel

The Fresh Offensive Against Polio -

Monday, March 08, 2010

International Women's Day - NEXT

Future of our democracy lies in electoral reforms, says Nwankwo - The Guardian - Nigeria

NFF Mourns Endurance - THISDAY

'Hundreds dead' in Nigeria clashes - BBC News

Nigerian massacre victims buried in mass grave - Los Angeles Times

Nigerian city hit by cycle of ethnic killings - Financial Times

Brought to US, Man Is Charged With Aiding Somali Terrorists - New York Times

International Women's Day: Nigerian Women demand equal rights - WorldNewsVine (blog)

Massacres Shake Uneasy Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Backgrounder: Sectarian violence in Nigeria - Xinhua

SA hostage released in Nigeria - Times LIVE

An unstable Nigeria is a nightmare prospect - Times Online

S. African govt: Nigerian kidnappers free reporter - eTaiwan News

Nigeria must bring killers of Christians to justice: Clinton - AFP

S. African govt: Nigerian kidnappers free reporter -

Violence is Not Religiously Motivated, Nigerian Archbishop Says - New York Times (blog)

Nigeria privatisation boss suspended-presidency - Reuters

Good luck, Jonathan - Times Online

Oil and Gasoline Prices Begin to Creep Up - New York Times

Yar'Adua: South-South group asks FEC to save Nigeria - Vanguard

Man arrested in Nigeria is charged in NYC with assisting a terror group in Somalia - The Canadian Press

SA kidnap victim released in Nigeria - Independent Online

Nigeria's Jonathan sacks national security adviser - Reuters UK

Nigeria acting leader sacks national security adviser - Reuters UK

Hundreds killed in Nigeria religious violence - USA Today

Man arrested in Nigeria is charged in NYC with assisting a terror group in Somalia - Los Angeles Times

Terror Suspect Arrested in Nigeria to Make NY Court Appearance - NBC New York

Tragedy strikes Nigerian footballer -

Sectarian Violence Leaves Hundreds Dead in Nigeria - Voice of America

Oil Sells Above US $81 -

Arrests made over Nigeria attacks -

Nigeria seeks private help for electricity -

After the President's return, bloggers question who's in charge - Global Voices Online (blog)

Nigeria violence: Muslim-Christian clashes kill hundreds - Christian Science Monitor

Hundreds slaughtered in Nigeria religious violence - The Associated Press

Kogi Nabs Gunrunner, Plans Death Penalty For Kidnappers -

CNPP Urges Jonathan To Adopt Uwais Report - LeadershipNigeria

Security tight after hundreds die in central Nigeria - Washington Post

Contending With Foreign Language in Homes -

Ethnic Violence in Nigeria Killed 500, Officials Say - New York Times

Jonathan, Please, Be Firm -

Idahor Dies in Sudan -

FG to Set Up Technical Team for N500 Billion Power Fund -

Using the Army for Political Ends -

Marketing Strategy of 'Mr. Good Luck' -

UK, US Experts Parley With The Country's Lawmakers On Cyber Crimes -

First Bank Nigeria Says Court Overturned Former CEO Judgement - BusinessWeek

When Niger Delta Stakeholders Stormed the Hague -

At least 500 dead in Nigeria religious attacks - AFP

Hundreds dead as more religious violence hits Nigeria - The Guardian

Nigeria forces hunt Jos killers -

Banks - Stemming Northern Marginalisation -

Yar' Adua still Nigerian Leader - Acting President Jonathan - Joy Online

Nigerian forward dies during match in Sudan - ESPN

The Numbered Days of Jonathan -

Impeach Yar'Adua Now -

Yar'Adua's Cabal: Who They Are - LeadershipNigeria

'Terrible' scenes follow Nigeria clashes - BBC News

Attack on Nigerian town kills more than 200 - CNN International

Security Tight After Hundreds Die In Central Nigeria - New York Times

Ambassador Igali Sees Future in Appointment -

Reps Want CBN to Review Policy On Bank CEOs -

Yar'Adua's Illness - Top Guns Refuse to Quit -

The Fracas in Kazaure -

Nigeria religious clashes 'kill 500' near Jos - BBC News

Angola: Talks With Nigeria Fruitful - Local Diplomat -

Nigeria massacre leaves more than 120 dead - Los Angeles Times

Sultan - Calls for Dambazau's Removal Provocative -

500 killed in violence in Nigeria - Xinhua

Yar'Adua's return offers no quick fix to Nigeria's crisis - AFP

Foreign news roundup: Violence flares between Christians and Muslims in Nigeria - Washington Post

400 Killed in Fresh Jos Crisis -

Jos - Jonathan Places Security Agents On Red Alert -

Sunday, March 07, 2010

US to place full-body scanners at 11 new airports; Italy, Nigeria, UK progressing - ATWOnline

Dozens Are Killed in Nigeria in Bout of Religious Attacks - Wall Street Journal

Canada worries over Nigeria's political crisis - NEXT

Jonathan must work on electoral reform now —CNPP - The Punch

Nigeria president puts forces on alert after Jos deaths - BBC News

Hundreds killed in Nigeria attack -

Democracy: Saraki Assures International Community - THISDAY

Finnish companies turn to Nigeria - NEXT

Nigerian acting president orders troops to be on red alert in Jos - Global Times

Nigerian Governors: Behold the New Face of Power Brokers - THISDAY

Endurance One Pitch Death Too Many for us - THISDAY

Mystery over sudden death of Nigerian striker - Times of India

Memo to Goodluck Jonathan (3) - Daily Sun

Nigerian footballer dies during Sudan game - Daily Times

Obeying our own constitution (1) - Daily Sun

Over 200 people killed in fresh crisis in N Nigeria - Xinhua

IMF sees faster African recovery from economic slump - AFP

Jonathan must work on electoral reform now – CNPP - The Punch

Polls close in Iraq...Palestinians agree to talks...Violence in Nigeria - 9&10 News

More than 200 dead in… - Buzz Log (blog)

Polio spreading through parts of West and Central Africa -

Al-Qaida arrest...Gates: good turnout in Iraq...Violence in Nigeria - 9&10 News

IMF Chief Lauds African Economies - Wall Street Journal

More than 200 dead in religious violence - The Associated Press

Nigerian security on red alert after 100 people die in attacks - Times of India

Nigeria lives in an age long gone - Daily Nation

Nigerian Clashes Kill About 200 Near Jos, Christian Group Says - BusinessWeek

Officials: Attack on Nigerian town kills more than 100 - CNN International

Nigerian Clashes Kill About 200 Near Jos, Christian Group Says - Bloomberg

At Least 120 Dead In Central Nigeria Violence - Voice of America

Clashes Kill Dozens in Central Nigeria - New York Times

Nigerian Security Forces on Red Alert After Clashes - New York Times

Nigerian security forces on red alert after clashes - Reuters UK

Obama lauds Iraqi courage...Peace talk timetable...Nigeria violence - 9&10 News

At Least 100 Dead In Central Nigeria Violence - Voice of America

Scores killed in Nigeria violence - AFP

Reporter: More than 200 dead in Nigeria violence - Houston Chronicle

Reporter: More than 200 dead in Nigeria violence - The Associated Press

Galaxy's Veteran Broadcaster Steve Ojo to Launch National Free-to-Air ... -

Hundreds flee new religious violence in Nigeria - The Associated Press

'Dozens killed' in Nigeria clashes - BBC News

Nigerian Footballer Dies During Sudan Game - New York Times

Scores killed in clashes in central Nigeria - witnesses - Reuters

Nigeria arrests 24 over 'illegal' refineries - AFP

24 arrested in Nigeria over 'illegal' refineries: official - Africasia

SA engineer still held hostage in Nigeria - Times LIVE

Jonathan's Mandate - The Guardian - Nigeria

Saturday, March 06, 2010

Goodluck Jonathan praises Rawlings and says Yar'adua is still President - Joy Online

Sudan: Nigeria's ex-U23 Star, Idahor Dies - Joy Online

Polio battle begins in Africa - ABC Online

Lagerback: Bringing the 'swagger' back - The Punch

It's possible Yar'Adua is not in Nigeria – Sen Solomon - The Punch

Nigeria Marks Commonwealth Day - THISDAY

My Fears for Nigeria, By Buhari - THISDAY

SIMON KOLAWOLE Live!, Email:, 03.07.2010 - THISDAY

More than a storm in a tea cup - NEXT

Power as an intoxicant: The Nigerian example(3) - Vanguard

A prognosis please - NEXT

Time for Jonathan to assert himself –Ogundimu - Daily Sun

Obaseki canvasses support for Lagerback - Daily Sun

Birthing Pat Oyelola's 'Nigerian Artistry' - NEXT

Seven Quick Questions For Lars Lagerback's Agent - Forbes (blog)

Africa polio eradication scheme launched - BBC News

Nigeria gains in polio battle - Edmonton Journal

2011: Nigeria Needs a Strong President - Times of Nigeria

Friday, March 05, 2010

Obasanjo: No Section, Group Can Appropriate Nigeria - THISDAY

Pendulum By Dele Momodu,, 03.05.2010 - THISDAY

Yar'Adua's return offers no quick fix to Nigeria's crisis - Africasia

Nigerian police head accuses own force -

Has Nigeria's First Lady seized control of the nation? - Independent

Heavy losses threaten Nigeria's state oil firm: minister - AFP

Escapades of a Fake Group Captain in Lagos -

Amuneke, Nwosu urge Lagerback to raise the stakes - Vanguard

85 Million Children To Be Immunized Against Polio In West And Central Africa - Voice of America

Nigeria - Concern for two journalists kidnapped five days ago in the Niger Delta - Fromtheold

Nigeria, key to wiping out polio in Africa, makes gains - Reuters South Africa

Nigeria, key to wiping out polio in Africa, makes gains - National Post

Petitions On Inflated Contracts Flood Aso Rock - Jonathan -

Fayose Tasks Yar'Adua -

Extradition - I Can't Be Intimidated, Says Ibori -

'Only Peace Will Suffice in Osun' -

FG Blames Police for Rise in Crime Rate -

The Presidential Advisory Council -

World Cup Semi-Final Target Realistic - Lagerback -

United On Whip Not Child -

Polio Vaccination Campaign To Target 85M Children In 19 West, Central African ... - Kaiser Family Foundation

Lawmakers Concerned About Deployment of Nigerian Military - Voice of America

What's Turai Trying? -

WHO: over 85M African kids get polio vaccination - The Associated Press

President Yar'Adua's Illness, His Return And Other Matters -

Atuche Asks EFCC to De-Freeze His Bank Accounts -

Lagerback targets semi-finals - SkySports

WHO: 85 million African children to get polio shot - The Associated Press

Gunmen Kill PDP Chieftain in Oyo -

LASTMA Has Improved Traffic Situation in Lagos - Fashola -

A Contrarian Confronts Jonathan -

Save Nigeria Group Plans Fresh Protest -

Group Seeks Yar'Adua's Impeachment -

NURTW Tasks Police On Extortion -

Four Policemen Killed in Three Weeks in Anambra--DCP -

We Have Problems With Physically Challenged Traffickers - NDLEA -

Trust Has Done Much for North -Sheriff -

FCT Shifts Deadline on Resettling Inhabitants -

Jonathan's Fresh Attempt to Reactivate Governance -

minister condemns Nigeria police - BBC News

TY's First Advice - Stand Firm -

Home-Based Eagles Must Work Harder - Lawal -

Needless Politicisation of Sokoto Election Case -

Yar'Adua - PDP's Failure Caused Stalemate, says Ibm Haruna -

Nigeria's Acting President inaugurates advisory panel - Afrique en Ligue

Eagles' Problem is Our Collective Fault - Eguavoen -

Power mongers and the rest of us -

Mechanic Jailed for Burning Colleague's Hand -

'Kaduna Refinery Produces 14 Million Litres' -

Withdrawal of Orderlies - FG to Discipline Police -

The Time is Now -

Three Journalists Kidnapped in Nigeria - The Epoch Times

Lagerback returns home, dreams semi-final ticket with Eagles - The Guardian - Nigeria

Thursday, March 04, 2010

We're Committed to Good Governance - Jonathan -

Save Nigeria Group calls for another protest - NEXT

US praises Nigerian progress, urges continued calm - eTaiwan News

Why Jonathan Must Dissolve Yar'Adua's Cabinet Now - Akintola, SAN -

Acting President Restates Commitment to Electoral Reforms -

Yar'Adua Saga - the Risk of Hastily Amending Section 145 -

CPJ expresses concern over kidnapped journalists in Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria Police, a failure – FG - The Punch

Between comatose infrastructure and thieving leadership - The Punch

Nigeria has more stars than Sweden – Lagerback - The Punch

US Voices Concern About Nigerian Leader, Democracy - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's leader vows peaceful polls in 2011 - Press TV

US Voices Concern About Nigerian Leader, Democratic Government - Bloomberg

Political Situation in Nigeria - US Department of State

Integration - Ecowas Presents Computers to Country -

Committee on graft, good governance set up in Nigeria - AFP

Nigerian leader promises violence-free poll - Africasia

Nigerian government slams police over crime, rights violations - AFP

1 of 3 kidnapped journalists escapes - The Associated Press

Nigerian militants claim attack on Agip pipeline - The Associated Press

Nigeria win, Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire lose - Daily Nation

Nigeria orders probe into 'brutal bus robbery' - BBC News

Nigerian military say had no contact with militants - Reuters UK

Yar'Adua - House of Reps say Troops' Deployment in Order -

Nigerian Militants Claim Attack on Agip Pipeline - New York Times

Nigeria's interim leader uged to act fast on reforms - Africasia

Nigeria's Central Bank: Unchanged Interest rate, removal of oil subsidies and ... - GroundReport

Militants claim attack on Agip pipeline - BusinessWeek

Committee on graft, good governance set up in Nigeria - Africasia

Act now to save Nigeria , Danjuma challenges Jonathan - The Punch

Militants claim attack on Agip pipeline - CNBC

1 of 3 Kidnapped Journalists Escapes - New York Times

World Cup 2010: Nigeria Can Reach The Semi-Finals - Lars Lagerback -

Militant group claims attack on oil facility run by Italian firm Agip -

Nigeria's acting leader urged to move fast on reform - Reuters

Nigeria charges ex-governor with embezzling $100 mln - Reuters South Africa

Shell Oil to be grilled by Amnesty on human rights record - Amnesty International UK

Lagerback targets World Cup semis - BBC News

Shell Aims for 'New Nigeria' as Qatari Plant Starts - BusinessWeek

Nigeria rebel faction says attacks Agip oil facility-UPDATE 2 - Forexyard

No new info on kidnapped sound engineer - Independent Online

Nigeria rebel faction says attacks Agip oil facility - Reuters UK

N200 Billion Agric Loans - All Banks to Participate in Disbursement -

Yar'Adua - Reps Say Troops' Deployment in Order -

With Sanusi at CBN, Attempts to Derail Banking Reforms Will Fail -

Nigeria/Congo-Kinshasa: Eagles Wallop DR Congo -

Army's Conflicting Signals -

Elumelu, Others Demand Proof of Evidence From EFCC -

Plight of Local Students in Russia -

Lawmakers And the Anti-Graft Bill -

Excof Keeps Mum On Yar'Adua, Cautions Akunyili -

Saudi Police Write Nigeria Over Gummi -

Oil Summit - a Gathering of Disagreement -

EFCC Arraigns Adamu, 18 Others On 149 Charges -

Minister criticizes presidential 'cabal' - Las Vegas Sun

Wife finds peace in Psalm - Independent Online

Nigeria's Ruling Party Wants Moslem Candidate in 2011 Election - Voice of America

Reviews | Album Reviews | Various Artists | Nigeria Afrobeat Special: The New ... - Pitchfork Media

IMF to revise up Africa growth outlook-IMF director - Reuters

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Family hopeful as negotiations to release kidnapped S.African continue - Primedia Broadcasting - Eyewitness News

Nigeria's gas demand may hit 9300mmscfd in 2011, says Barkindo - The Guardian - Nigeria

Lagerback Unveiled! - THISDAY

Nigeria Can't Afford Leadership Crisis, Says Olowu - THISDAY

Zain Pledged Not to Sell Nigerian Unit to Bharti, Econet Says - BusinessWeek

Zain Pledged Not to Sell Nigerian Unit to Bharti, Econet Says - Bloomberg

CBN in self cleansing, gives impetus to sector reforms - BusinessDay

Shell Aims for 'New Nigeria' as $19 Billion Qatar Plant Starts - BusinessWeek

Will CBN's regulation of corporate bonds awaken investors' appetite? - BusinessDay

Nigeria slides in FIFA rankings - The Punch

Nigeria can learn from South Korea - The Punch

Lulu - Lagerback is the 'Special One' -

Nigerian president's health remains a mystery - Los Angeles Times

Let players' legs talk for me - Vanguard

Nigeria party out to block Jonathan - Daily Nation

Negotiations on for SA hostage - News24

Oil Drifting Higher Ahead of Inventories Data, Shell Suffers Nigeria Attacks -

Nigeria ruling party wants Muslim leader for 2011 poll - BBC News

Yar'Adua skips Nigeria meeting -

Nigeria takes up arms for oil pipelines -

Nigeria coach to earn US$1.8m in 5 months - Afrique en Ligue

Three Journalists Kidnapped In Nigeria, One Escapes - AHN | All Headline News

Nigeria vs Congo Live Internet TV Mar. 3 - World-Track and Field (blog)

Ruling party: Nigerian VP can't run for president - The Associated Press

Nigerian Parliament Debates New Oil Law for Africa's Top Producer - Voice of America

The North must produce Nigeria's next President, power must remain in the ... - NgEX

Shell reports attack on Nigeria oil flow station - The Associated Press

SA man's Nigerian nightmare: Wife prays on - Independent Online

Shell says planted explosives damage an oil flow station in Nigeria's restive ... -

Explosion at Nigeria oil flow station - Independent Online

Nigeria Loses N175 Billion to Pipeline Vandalism -

Powerful State Governors Express Support For Nigeria's Acting President - Newstime Africa

INEC Absolves Self Over Lapses in Voters' Register -

CBN Asks Banks to Invest N600 Billion in Real Sector -

2011 - PDP Dumps Jonathan -

Groups Call for Review of Voters' Register -

I'm Glad to Coach Eagles - Lagerback -

The Danger of Propagandizing the Crisis of Yar'Adua's Illness -

Militants Blow Up Shell Flow Station in Delta -

Yar'Adua - House in Rowdy Session -

Shell reports attack on Nigerian flowstation - Africasia

Nigeria Interbank Rate at 2% From 26% Shows Recovery - BusinessWeek

CBN Reduces Lending Rate to 1 Percent - Keeps Exchange Rate At 8 Percent -

Yakasai Backs Yar'Adua's Return -

The Country Loses N174 Billion to Pipeline Vandals in 10 Years -

Onigbinde Wants Super Eagles to Aim For World Cup Trophy -

Nigeria governors support Jonathan - News24

Brokers Fault Nsitf's Plan to Hijack Insurance Business -

Anambra 2010 - INEC And Self Glorification -

There's no money for Eagles coach - NEXT

Shell's Nigerian Kokori Station Is Attacked by Rebels - BusinessWeek

Cost of Weak Institutions, Powerful Individuals -

Canada wants Nigeria at Russia 2014 Winter Games - The Punch

Nigerian State Governors Pledge Support for Jonathan, AFP Says - Bloomberg

Attorney General summons police chief over Boko Haram - NEXT

Nigerian Supersport cameraman escapes ransom demand still awaited - The Richmark Sentinel

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Nigeria's Dangote in gas turbine deal with Siemens - Reuters South Africa

SuperSport cameraman escapes Nigerian captors - Primedia Broadcasting - Eyewitness News

Nigeria leader's silence stirs fear -

Afrobeat icon Fela finally gets his due in music mainstream - USA Today

When intrigues of PIB split Nigerian oil, gas sector operators - The Guardian - Nigeria

Reforms - Pengassan Examines Challenges for Stakeholders -

Why Deregulation, Prof Amdii -

Issues in the 'Iwu Must Go' Campaign (2) -

Nigeria Making Progress on Power Transfer, Says Analyst - Voice of America

Two sports journalists kidnapped in Nigeria - CPJ Press Freedom Online

Nigeria's powerful state governors back acting leader - Reuters

Nigerian lawyer seeks media access to ailing leader - Reuters UK

Nigerian kidnappers stay silent - Citizen

Nigerian cops probe kidnap of scribes - Gulf Times

Lagerback to Meet Kanu, Embarrasses Onigbinde During Interview -

Cameraman escapes Nigerian abductors - Independent Online

Nigerian Minister Fears Instability Over President's Ill-Health - Voice of America

Akunyili Hits Yar'Adua 'Cabal' Again -

Yar'Adua: AC denies accusing Nigerian Army of insubordination - The Punch

Nigeria leaves key interest rate at 6.0 percent - Reuters South Africa

Nigerian Central Bank Leaves Benchmark Interest Rate Unchanged - BusinessWeek

Maduekwe to Discuss Niger With AU Chairman -

Disregard Turai, NBA Tells Jonathan -

Ngige On Revenge Mission -

No ransom demand for sports journalists - The Associated Press

SA SuperSport journalists seized in Nigeria - BBC News

Anambra Polls - AC Accuses INEC of Sabotage -

EFCC Detains American Over Dud Cheques -

Ekpotu Challenges Diaspora Akwa Ibom Indigenes -

Yar'Adua - IBM Cautions Against Regional Sentiments -

No word from Nigerian kidnappers - News24

EFCC Detains American Lady Over US$760668 Fake Cheques -

Govs Meet Jonathan Today -

Eight Cops Held Over Boko Haram -

Anambra Guber Race - It's All Over -

Warmer-Than-Normal Climate in Nigeria -

Yar'Adua - Why I Am Not Excited -

Jonathan Consolidates, Raises Advisory Council - Gives Up On Meeting ... -

Banks Warn Customers On Fake CBN Emails -

Presidency - Nnamani Group Worried Over NLC's Silence -

Civil Defence to Carry Arms This Year -

American Detained Over Fake Cheques -

Owerri Fans Angry With Heartland -

Nigeria rates seen on hold, credit growth key - Reuters South Africa

Naspers's MultiChoice TV Staff Kidnapped in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Naspers's MultiChoice TV Staff Kidnapped in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Supersport journalists targeted in Nigerian kidnapping - The Richmark Sentinel

Between Legality, Politics and Rogue Power Grab - THISDAY

Three reporters seized in S.Africa media - Reuters South Africa

SA Journalist kidnapped in Nigeria - Times LIVE

Three reporters seized in Nigeria - S.Africa media - Reuters UK

How Yar'Adua Whiles Away Time -

Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa: Africa Bond, Currency Preview - BusinessWeek

Monday, March 01, 2010

Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa: Africa Bond, Currency Preview - Bloomberg

SuperSport journo abducted -

Officers Detained Over Video of Executions - New York Times

Toyota Crisis and Nigerian Consumers - THISDAY

Yar 'Adua: 'Blame Nigeria's Faulty Foundation' - THISDAY

CBN moves to stimulate long-term lending to the economy - BusinessDay

Sharia police ban French concert in Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria's foreign debt edges up to 4 billion dollars: minister - AFP

Nigeria police arrested over Islamist execution - AFP

Yar'Adua aides lying on health: Nigerian minister - AFP

Sack Yar'Adua's 'kitchen cabinet' now, NBA urges Jonathan - The Punch

Lagerback Sets Off To Get Nigeria To World Cup Final Four - Forbes (blog)

>'Asset company alone cannot solve all bank problems' - NEXT

Paul Maidment is Editor, Forbes Media - Forbes (blog)

3 sports reporters kidnapped in Nigeria - The Associated Press

3 sports reporters kidnapped in Nigeria - Houston Chronicle

Yar'Adua aides lying on health: Nigerian minister - Focus News

Return of Nigerian President raises fears - Montreal Gazette

Issues in the 'Iwu Must Go' Campaign (1) -

US citizen arrested on fraud accusation in Nigeria - eTaiwan News

Nigerian authorities arrest NC woman on check-fraud accusations as part of ... - My Fox 8

Nigeria police held over Boko Haram sect 'killings' - BBC News

EU welcomes return home of Nigeria's ailing president - AFP

Nigeria Hires Lagerback - World Soccer Digest

Deregulation calls mount in Nigeria -

Silence over Yar'Adua health bad for Nigeria - Daily Nation

Ghana, Nigeria soar into finals -

17 police officers detained over shooting - The Associated Press

17 Police Officers Detained Over Shooting - ABC News

UNN to Encourage Academic Publishing -

How NFF Bowed to PTF Over Lagerback -

Yar'Adua - the Return of Nicodemus -

Spring Bank to Cut Workers' Salaries -

Yar'Adua - Don Advises North, South-South -

Don't Sell 'Blood Oil' On International Market - Niger Delta Summit -

Action Congress' Image On the Cross -

Sanusi Lists Qualities of Healthy Financial Sector -

Country's Best Players Not in Eagles - Lagerback -

Achebe's Laboratory - Realising Father's Dream in Son -

Sanusi lists pillars of banking reforms - NEXT

Confidence in The Banking System Pivotal For Economic Growth -

Ethnic Nationalities, Civil Society Query Loyalty of Army Chief -

Adebayor Adds to Season's Woes -

Lagerback to Be Unveiled Wednesday -

Yar'Adua's Return Widens Nation's Divides -

Lagerback to Earn N50 Million Monthly -

Nigeria to Keep Interest Rate Unchanged as Inflation Resurges - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to Keep Interest Rate Unchanged as Inflation Resurges - Bloomberg

Those Calls for Iwu's Sack -

World Cup 2010: Lagerback - I Know What Nigeria Needs To Be World's Best -

To Catch a Thief -

Is Nitel's Sale Dead On Arrival? -

Nigerian leader's aides stoke uncertainty: minister - Reuters South Africa

Women's U20: Nigeria Beat South Africa 7-0 To Qualify For Germany -

Soludo's Banking Consolidation a Sham - Sanusi -

Daura Emir Asks Locals to Reason With Yar'Adua -

Time Too Short for Lagerback, Says Galadima -

End This Political Crisis Before It's Too Late - NgEX

Sunday, February 28, 2010

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

Sheikh Gummi Held in Saudi Arabia -

Nigerian minister slams plotters - Sowetan

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

Bar Serves as Classroom for Immigrants Learning Job-Hunting Skills - New York Times

What Turai told Jonathan - NEXT

Troubled World Cup Teams Seek Relief - New York Times

Great Zik is Nigeria's Most Outstanding Political Leader - THISDAY

US Cleric Tasks Nigerian Christians on Religious Riots - THISDAY

Yar'Adua: Controversies, Plot to Destabilise Nigeria, Says Minister - THISDAY

US-Nigeria Trade: FG Targets Increased FDI, Market Access - THISDAY

Nigeria, UN to Implement Agreement on Food Security - THISDAY

Going to S'Africa? We'll Spoil You - THISDAY

Yar'Adua's Return Generates Fresh Controversy - THISDAY

Shell to divest businesses as it seeks funds- FT - Reuters

Breastfeeding rates drop in Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria to install X- ray machine at borders - NEXT

Gordon Brown endorses Jonathan's leadership - NEXT

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