Google Nigerian News Archive for July 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010

For Now, There Is No Government In Nigeria - Reps Minority Leader - Nigerian Tribune

Vice President, Others Laud CBN Over Intervention Fund -

Nigeria plot a final surprise -

Nigerian's jail term over, it's now a long wait for deportation - Indian Express

Nigeria lauds efforts to achieve stability in G.Bisssau - AFP

Nigeria to push through oil sector reform - Financial Times

Sub-Saharan African Stocks: Ghana Oil, MRS Oil, Sasini, Lafarge WAPCO Move - Bloomberg

Nestle Nigeria Says First-Half Profit Through June Climbs 46% - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigerian fuel retailer MRS Oil H1 pretax profit up 53 pct - Reuters Africa

Concentrates - Nigeria - Market Report - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

Nigeria oil reforms to pass soon, bid round to follow - Reuters Africa

Nigerian president draws a new online following on Facebook - Deutsche Welle

Written by Ikechukwu A. Ogu - Codewit Global Network

Nigeria plot a final surprise -

INTERPOL investigating child marriage case in Nigeria - NgEX

FIFA U-20 Women's WC: Nigeria's team held up as 'redeemers' - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria Election Law Demands Primaries, Extends Registration, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Lafarge Nigeria H1 pre-tax profit up 2.6 pct - Reuters

One Year After Boko Haram - Police As Casualty -

Nigeria wants revision of OPEC quota: minister - Reuters Africa

Functional Drinks - Nigeria - Market Report - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

Zoning - Obasanjo, Greatest Albatross - Ibm Haruna -

Nigeria U-20 Women reach final - AfricaNews

Nigeria oil reform bill to pass by end August: minister - Reuters Africa

Interpol Wades Into Yarima's Marriage to Minor -

Nigeria sees China, US interest in oil bid round - Reuters Africa

PZ Cussons of Nigeria Says Annual Profit Advances 4.7% Even as Sales Drop - Bloomberg

No Hiding Place for Bank Debtors - Sanusi -

It's N74 Billion Now Or No Elections - Jega -

Wladimir Klitschko to fight Nigeria's Samuel Peter - The Associated Press

Falconets Zoom Into U-20 W/Cup Finals -

U-20 Women's World Cup: Early goal sees Nigeria to final (Includes interview) -

2011 - Expect Crisis Without Jonathan, Gana Warns -

CBN - 10 Banks Have N1.5 Trillion Negative Capital -

2011 - Jega Urges Police to Prevent Ballot-Snatching -

2011: Expect Crisis without Jonathan, Gana Warns - THISDAY

Nigeria oil reforms to be passed in 4-5 weeks: CNN - Reuters Africa

FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup – Nigeria in Final - allvoices

CBN: 10 Banks Have N1.5tr Negative Capital - THISDAY

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Germany and Nigeria into the final -

Okagbare, Adigun win gold for Nigeria - NEXT

North seeks consensus candidate to face Jonathan - NEXT

Sanusi is misleading Nigerians -NLC - Nigerian Tribune

The 2011 elections and some unresolved issues - Vanguard

Our Women Rule The World - Vanguard

Nigerian kids to get lease of life in city - Times of India

Nigeria Falconets Make History By Advancing To Under-20 Finals - Peace FM Online

Starcomms, Nigeria Picks Performance Technologies' SEGway Signaling Solution - TMCnet

President Jonathan Back from AU Summit -

The real amazons of Nigerian football - Vanguard

These Falconets Are Men - Kalu -

Nigeria oil reforms to be passed in 4-5 weeks -CNN - Reuters

Nigeria's Electoral Commission Plans to Add Names to Voter Registry - Voice of America

Nigeria Reach Final Of The Under-20 Women's World Cup - Peace FM Online

'Jonathan should declare his presidential ambition now' - Vanguard

Nigeria women strike African sprint double - AFP

Make Maternal Health Priority, African Leaders Told -

Shell offers to sell 5 Nigerian oil leases: paper - Reuters Africa

2011: Jega jacks up voters registration budget to N82b - Nigerian Compass

Goodluck Jonathan gets (slight) nod for Nigeria presidential run - Christian Science Monitor

Nigerian Militants Threaten to Return to Creeks -

Sanusi - No Cause for Alarm On National Economy -

Higher oil output, prices seen boosting Nigeria growth - Reuters Africa

Nigeria Power Report Q3 2010 - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

POLL-Higher oil output, prices seen boosting Nigeria growth - Reuters Africa

Nigeria brings stock market cases - BBC News

Shell offers to sell 5 Nigerian oil leases -paper - Reuters Africa

I'm Running for Presidency, Shekarau Declares -

I Did Not Meet Anenih, Sambawa - Jega -

Cameroon Lays Claim to Obudu Ranch -

Nigeria's Finbank H1 pretax profit more than triples - Reuters

2011 - INEC Now Needs N74 Billion - Jega -

Jonathan And the 'Port Harcourt Declaration' -

Nigerian regulator cracks down on stock operators - AFP

2011 elections to cost N74 billion - NEXT

Diaspora Commend Jonathan's Constructive Engagement -

House Crisis - Court Dashes Rep's Return to N-Assembly -

Nigeria go for place in U20 final - BBC News

Nigeria's Falconets face Colombia in World Cup semi - BBC News

Shell Profit Advances on Oil Prices as Output Held Back in Canada, Nigeria - Bloomberg

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

How Maigari Motivated Falconets to Defeat US - THISDAY

Nigeria's voters register to pass credibility test: official - People's Daily Online

N500bn Manufacturing Fund: N130bn for Disbursement, Says Sanusi - THISDAY

'Nigerians United in Opposition to Zoning' - THISDAY

Head hunting for AMCON's chief executive points to Diaspora Nigerian - BusinessDay

Jonathan grounded by faulty aircraft in Uganda - NEXT

New guideline to reshape banking landscape - NEXT

'Fela!' Producers Sued Over Image in Show - New York Times

Brooklyn photog Marilyn Nance sues Broadway's 'FELA!' for using photo without ... - New York Daily News

African Championships: Nigeria set to sweep sprint medals - Vanguard

Nigerian President Returns Home From Uganda After Plane Delay - Wall Street Journal

Over 30 police slain in Nigeria religious uprising: official - AFP

Falconets in historic battle - Vanguard

Powerful Nigerian Governors' Group Opposes President Jonathan's Candidacy - Voice of America

Nigeria clocks up 6000 oil spills - tce today

Photographer Sues 'Fela!' Producers Over Image Used in Show - New York Times (blog)

Nigerian northern governors: President Jonathan free to contest elections - People's Daily Online

Total: Nigeria Amenam Oil Production Reduced Slightly - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria stock traders accused over 'illegal practices' - BBC News

Nigeria's economy grows by 7.68 pct in Q2 - cenbank - Reuters

Brooklyn-Based Photographer Files Lawsuit Against Fela! Producers -

Nigeria crude Sept output to top 2 mln bpd -trade - Reuters Africa

Total: Nigeria Amenam Crude Production Reduced Slightly - Wall Street Journal

Telkom Rules Out Nigerian Acquisitions as Solution to Losses - BusinessWeek

Nigeria crude output to stay above 2 mbpd - Reuters Africa

President sparks Nigeria's progress -

Nigeria's Starcomms Evolves to All-IP Next-Gen Network With PT's SEGway™ Solution - PR Newswire (press release)

Total Nigeria says H1 pretax profit jumps 73 pct - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's Aceess Bank sees 3 bln naira Q3 profit - Reuters Africa

CBN Releases Over N130 Billion to SMEs -

Zoning is PDP's Affair - Northern Govs -

Nigeria oil reserves down 4.8% due to lull in exploration: DPR - Platts

'I'm the Nation's Hottest Musician in Thailand' - Rapture MC -

'Election Sequence Not Meant to Favour Jonathan' - Senate -

Vandalism - FG Blames Host Communities -

Enfranchising Voters Under Prof. Jega -

NSCDC Arrests 69 Fake NYSC Members -

Kidnapping - Fashola Renews Call for State Police -

Politics of NNPC's Solvency -

Nigeria's Sterling Bank swings to H1 profit - Reuters Africa

FIFA Under-20 Women's World Cup in Germany - Afrique en Ligue

Ibori Challenges UK Police Over Extradition -

Diarrhoea, Bane of African Children - Ugandan First Lady -

Falconets Get More Praises - THISDAY

Nigeria Begins Battle For Top Spot In African Athletics - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's Lower House votes for January polls - Zee News

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Nigerian athletes in Kenya without kits - NEXT

Central Bank disburses N130b to real sector - NEXT

EFCC freezes football federation's accounts - NEXT

Team Nigeria Set - THISDAY

Nigeria Run In For their Second Victory - THISDAY

CBN Boosts Real Sector with N130bn - THISDAY

I did my best, says Ojo-Oba - NEXT

Why US govt should be cautioned over policy on Nigeria - Daily Sun

...Says no Nigerian president'll suffer our fate - Daily Sun

Shell to sell oil fields in Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

Arapaja charges Falconets •FIFA Women's U-20 World Cup - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria's Port Harcourt Refining Co. Resumes Production -NNPC - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's SEC takes 260 to court over market abuse - Reuters Africa

Nigeria records 3000 oil spills since 2006: minister - AFP

IFC Backs CBN's Reforms With N45 Billion Funding - Trading Markets (press release)

Minister says 'no insolvency' in Nigerian state oil firm - BBC News

Ain't no stopping Falconets , Coach - Vanguard

Kidnapping won't deter us from Nigeria , Super Sport - Vanguard

Fuel Importation Probe - Reps Committee Invites PPPRA Top Officials -

Petroleum Corporation Owes N735 Billion to Importers -

NSE market capitalisation appreciates by N63bn - Vanguard

Nigerian lower house approves January poll - AFP

Sub-Saharan African Stocks: Access Bank, KenolKobil, Sameer, Zenith Bank - Bloomberg

Ogwu in Moment of Glory -

Released Journalists - Thanks, Governors Amaechi And Orji -

Nigeria Central Bank's Sanusi Says Investors Have Bid for Bailed-Out Banks - Bloomberg

Maigari Kicks Out Ojo-Oba, Okhai -

Nigeria cbank sees interest in all rescued banks - Reuters

Nigerian governors debate presidential candidacy - Reuters Africa

'Why NSE Council Can't Meet' -

2011 - South-South Leaders Endorse Jonathan -

NBA Warns Against Shift in Election Date -

Nigerian authorities seize 450 kg of cocaine - The Associated Press

Jonathan Assures UN of Prompt Transition in Niger -

UK Arrests Three Nationals Over Sham Marriages -

Aduda Doles Out Motorcycles to Civil Defence Staff -

2011 - IBB Without Borders -

Nyanya Residents Make Case for Police -

El-Rufai v EFCC - Court Rules On Jurisdiction October 13 -

NNPC's Solvency Row -

Normalcy Returns to Madalla -

NFA Sacks Ojo-Oba -

Minister Condoles Bauchi Emirate Over Death of Emir -

The Future of Jonathan and the PDP -

Chinese Industrialist, Others Nabbed With 450kg of Cocaine -

Oil-rich Nigerian states back Jonathan 2011 bid - AFP

Southern Governors want Nigerian Prez to contest poll - Zee News

Monday, July 26, 2010

Stock market crash frustrated youth in S. East Nigeria & they resorted to ... - NgEX

IFC to Inject $300m into Nigerian Banks - THISDAY

Why Nigeria is interested in Niger's democracy, says Jonathan - Vanguard

US Under-20 Women's World Cup team eliminated by Nigeria - Daily Bruin

A PHCN Strike? -

TomTom hails Falconets, rewards team with $8750 - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria's system may collapse -Jonathan - Nigerian Tribune

50 Years of Oil Spill; Nigeria - Firedoglake (blog)

Nigeria cares about Niger, says Jonathan - NEXT

Police guard Nigerian Taliban mosque a year after uprising - AFP

Nigeria Advances the Fight Against Polio - Huffington Post (blog)

Nigeria may get fresh voters' register ahead of 2011 polls - Afrique en Ligue

Support grows for Nigerian leader to stand in polls - Reuters Africa

RPT-UPDATE 2-IFC pledges funds to aid Nigeria bank consolidation - Reuters Africa

West Africa: Nigeria Is Interested in the Situation in Niger Republic -

IFC pledges funds for Nigerian bank consolidation - Reuters Africa

Colorado Man Says He's Ready to be President of Nigeria - FOXNews

Why Abia State is a Bomb Waiting to Explode, By Senator Abaribe -

Up Nigeria! Women's National Team Defeats the United States — U-20 Women's ... - Nigerian Muse

Union Bank of Nigeria Returns to Profit in First Half to June - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Polls Slated For January - Peace FM Online

Pathman, U-20 US Squad Falls to Nigeria -

Fleeing Prejudice, Nigerian Family Quietly Raises Disabled Daughter in Texas - ABC News

2011 Polls - the Many Rivers INEC Must Cross -

Imo PDP - Ohakim's Aide Ignites Fresh Crisis -

Will AMCON Tackle the Credit Crunch? -

INEC Must Not Fail,CISLAC Tells Jega -

Emmanuel Bello Appointed Special Advisor on Media to Gov Suntai -

Administrative Bail - Group Lauds EFCC on Obong Attah -

FG to Boost Cocoa Production, Says Jonathan -

Peace Moves in PDP State Chapters - How Far Can Nwodo Go? -

High Court Orders Prosecutor for Alleged Murderer -

Govt Donates N30 Million to Victims of Ugandan Landslide -

NSA Raises Alarm Over Arms Proliferation -

Toxic Assets - Why We Passed Asset Management Bill - Bankole -

Whither Bala Mohammed in Bauchi Politics? -

Global Health Report Seeks HIV Prevention Amongst Drug Users -

2011 - South-South Decides on Jonathan Today -

National Blackout Averted -

Emir of Bauchi Laid to Rest -

JTF Arrests Bayelsa PDP Youth Leader, 21 Others Over Illegal Refineries -

Tanker Accident Claims 10 -

Groups Fault Police, Algon Meeting Over Funding -

Youths Condemn Attack On Maritime Academy Rector -

'All Options Are On the Table to Stop Iran's Nuclear Ambition ... -

Court Orders Customs to Report Fate of Seized Consignment -

Figthing Insecurity Tactically -

IE Singapore to send S'pore food firms to South Africa, Nigeria - Channel News Asia

Nigeria Progress Against USA In Women's U-20 World Cup - Peace FM Online

Penalty kicks are USA 20U undoing at World Cup - Palo Alto Online

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Police: Nigeria's most dangerous job - Nigerian Compass

A new dawn we cannot afford to mess with (2) - Vanguard

Jonathan expresses Nigeria's commitment to AU objectives - BusinessDay

Lawyer says postponement of election is illegal - NEXT

Is Nigeria a failed state? - Vanguard

ICC U-19 WC Div 2 : Nigeria take on Gambia - Vanguard

Nigeria to assist Uganda in building petroleum institute - NEXT

Kidnap cases: Hold Nigerian government responsible - Nigerian Tribune

Moving Nigeria Football forward - Vanguard

Nigeria, Ghana life businesses soar against all odds - Vanguard

Court voids Nigerian Press Council law - Vanguard

US demolition, Nigeria's biggest achievement —Egan - Nigerian Tribune

Jonathan condemns terrorism, pledges Nigeria's commitment to AU - Daily Sun

'Scrabble' to become part of Nigeria's National... - allvoices

Nigeria stun USA, qualify for semi final - Vanguard

USA Falls To Nigeria in Penalty Kicks During Quarterfinal of 2010 FIFA Under ... - US

Court fines Nigerian for forgery - GhanaWeb

Study: Brain Drain Growing In Nigeria - Voice of America

USA - Nigeria quotes -

U-20 Women's World Cup: Nigeria claim a place in the semi-finals - Vanguard

Nigeria beats Guinea in African Youth Championship qualifier - Afrique en Ligue

Lagerback remains Nigeria's Super Eagles coach - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria into Under-20 semi-finals - BBC News

Nigeria stun USA in shootout thriller -

Nigerian Senate reassures elections in January 2011 - People's Daily Online

The Politics Of Zoning And 2011 Polls - Nigerian Observer

Eagles cowardice cost Nigeria a place in history, Siasia - Vanguard

Black Couple Gives Birth to a Caucasian Baby - Gossip Jackal

Nigeria Sets Up Committee to Increase Local Processing of Cocoa, NTA Says - Bloomberg

Greeley resident running for president of Nigeria - Denver Post

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Postponement of 2011 Polls Akin to Military Coup - THISDAY

Global unions demand crack down on kidnappings in Nigerian oil industry - Vanguard

U-19 ICC WC Div 2 African Qualifyier Nigeria take on Gambia - Vanguard

Agbakoba clears air on zoning, federal character - Vanguard

RED CARD: On President Jonathan's national awards - NEXT

The falling stock of Nigerian footballers - NEXT

Nigeria prepares for life after Lagerback - NEXT

Nigeria, USA clash •FIFA U-20 Women's W/Cup - Nigerian Tribune

Jonathan may be Nigeria's last President • Ijaw youths threaten • Say we are ... - Nigerian Tribune

Facebook Marketing And Socio-economic Network - Nigeria Daily Independent

HERNDON, VA: Nigerian Archbishop Rips Episcopal Church's Revisionist Agenda - Virtue Online

Utaka : Nigeria Can't Dump Experience Players - Peace FM Online

The Way Forward for Nigeria - THISDAY

Jonathan or IBB, Let the Candidate Emerge Democratically, Says Titi ... -

CAF African Youth Championship: Nigeria 2-0 Guinea - Peace FM Online

Sex Scandals Erupt in TEC*Nigerian Primate Whacks TEC*Millions Go to Gay Agenda - Virtue Online

Top Niger Delta Politician's House Bombed - Voice of America

Pentagon expands US role in Africa - Workers World

Air Nigeria Expands Regional Route Network to Congo Brazzaville -

Ouk Fc Reverts to Abia Warriors -

Nigeria Football Association reject coach Lars Lagerback exit rumours -

Nigeria presidential poll likely held in January - Sacramento Bee

Nigeria @ 50 - LSSEF Organises Corporate Run -

Friday, July 23, 2010

Budget 2010 - Budget Delayed Progress Denied -

NBA, Civil Society Push for April Poll - THISDAY

Niger Set to Host National Handball Championship -

No Regrets', Sammie Says About Honeymoon Arrest -

More Nigerians May Give Birth To White Babies - Report - Nigerian Tribune

Obuh Pledges Win Over Guinea - Nigerian Tribune

Lagerback - Why Amokachi Must Not Be Ignored -

Nigeria announces tentative dates for 2011 polls - Afrique en Ligue

Eagles Cowardice Cost Country a Place in History - Siasia -

+ Duke's Assignment For Jega's INEC - Nigeria Daily Independent

Baby Nmachi: Only DNA will solve riddle - Daily Sun

Bomb found in house in Nigerian flashpoint: police - AFP

UBEC Scam - Sokan, Others Fail to Stop Trial -

FG to Strengthen Integrity of National Honours - Jonathan -

2011 - Industrialist Backs Jonathan for President -

Corrupt Leaders Deserve Minimum of Life Sentences - Prof Oyebode -

Nigerian Banks, Including Union, Rally as Funding Plan Boosts Confidence - Bloomberg

Nigeria's First Bank sees no need to raise capital - Reuters

Nigeria's Electoral Commission Head Promises More Credible Elections - Voice of America

Nigeria's First Bank eyes South African listing - Reuters

Kaduna 2011 - Between Yakowa and Makafi -

Booby-trap bomb found in volatile Nigerian city of Jos - BBC News

World Cup 2010 - Lagerback turns back on Nigeria - Yahoo! Eurosport UK

Nigerian Senate Approves Amendment To Expedite Election - RTT News

Nigeria Aims To Export 2.05MB/D Crude In Sep - Traders - Wall Street Journal

Jonathan to Raise National Awards Bar -

FG Places Priority On Power -Sambo -

Nasper's Unit to Air English Premier League Games in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Nasper's Unit to Air English Premier League Games in Nigeria - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigerian President To Attend African Leaders Summit In Uganda Report - NASDAQ

Nigeria presidential poll likely held in January - The Associated Press

Nigeria, China launch third refinery project - Platts

Lagerback rejects new Nigeria coaching deal - AFP

Lagerbäck spurns chance to keep coaching Nigeria - The

Death Penalty - Panacea Against Corruption -

LASU Agege Students Complain of Delay -

Nigerian couple's white baby 'll face social problems — Experts – The Punch - Nigerian Bulletin

Representatives Defer N6.1 Billion Sim Registration Budget -

Nigeria friendly put in doubt -

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Nigerian senate votes for earlier elections - BBC News

2011: Again, US Envoy Canvasses Credible Polls - THISDAY

Jonathan: How We Intend to Realise 'Great Nigeria Project' - THISDAY

Nigerian company loses English Premiership rights - NEXT

Shareholders promise customers of safety - NEXT

Black couple has blonde, blue-eyed baby girl, experts offer varying theories ... -

'NNPC to join stock exchange' - NEXT

Extremely Puzzled Black Couple Has White Baby - Lemondrop (blog)

Africa: Africom, the Kleptocratic State and Under-Class Militancy -

2011:Coffin for Nigeria? - Daily Sun

'Nigeria will promote honesty, hard work and patriotism' - Afrique en Ligue

NNPC Says US Supports Nigeria On Petroleum Industry Bill - NASDAQ

Nigeria to hold fairer polls in 2011: election head - Reuters Africa

Nigeria to hold fairer polls in 2011-election head - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's Diamond Bank plans 2011-2012 acquisition - Reuters

Nigeria's refinery project to create 7000 jobs: official - AFP

Nigeria naira rises on speculated oil firm dlr sale - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's Diamond Bank plans acquisition in 2011-12 - Reuters

Nigeria Sells $698 Million at Bond Sale, Biggest in at Least Five Months - Bloomberg

Nigeria Autos Report Q3 2010 - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

2011 - Middle Belt Youths Back Jonathan -

Nigeria moves presidential vote to January - AFP

Nigeria Sells 105 Billion Naira of Bonds of Varying Maturity - BusinessWeek

Nigerian senate moves presidential vote forward to January - Daily Nation

Nigeria's State-Owned Oil Company Says Units, Refineries, Won't Be Sold - Bloomberg

Seeing Is Believing: White Baby Born to Black Parents [VIDEO] - AOL News

PDP Stinks, Says Clark -

RECS Get New Posting -

Liberia: Ecomog - .25m Children of Nigerian Soldiers Roam Liberia -

CBN, NDIC, Banks Vote Over N1 Trillion for Amcon -

Kidnap - Maigari Thumbs Up Lulu's Mother's Release -

Connivance of Police Authority in Crime -

NJC Suspends Judge Over Bribery -

Nigerian banks to bear much of bailout costs - Reuters Africa

Nigeria Re-commissions Wole Soyinka's Play - Daily Beast

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Banks, CBN Plan N1.5trn Fund to Acquire Bad Debts - THISDAY

Africa: FNB Singles Out Nigeria as Banking's Prize -

Between Jonathan, AC and credible candidates - Nigerian Tribune

S/African banks scramble for sick banks - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria telecoms firms sign up to new broadband cable - Reuters Africa

Nigeria turn to luckless Mikel for Korea friendly - AFP

White Baby Shocks Black Parents - CBS News

Nigeria Senate backs Jan polls, pressure on Jonathan - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's oil spills dwarf gulf disaster -

Zenith Bankof Nigeria Says That its First-Half Profit More Than Doubles - Bloomberg

Nigeria Banks, Central Bank Plan $10 Billion Fund to Acquire Bad Debts - Bloomberg

In Nigeria, Northern Politicians Offer Conditional Support for President Jonathan - Voice of America

Nigeria Plans $10 Billion Fund to Buy Bad Bank Debt - San Francisco Chronicle

: In Nigeria, Northern Politicians Offer Conditional Support for President ... - Voice of America

Mikel returns to Nigeria squad - BBC News

Nigeria's UBA targets 25 pct loan growth in 2010 - Reuters

Painting Niger Delta Region in Picture -

Imbibing Nigerian Culture Via Summer School -

Standard Bank, South African Rivals Stay in Hunt to Buy Nigerian Lenders - Bloomberg

White baby surprise birth to black couple: Nigerian parents baby girl is not ... -

Nigeria's FCMB bank sees 4 bln naira Q3 profit - Reuters

Effects of Westernisation On the North (ii) -

First Bank Grows Profit By 637.4 Percent in Six Months -

Nigerian president proposes $1.6 bil 2010 budget for oil agency - Platts

Reforms to Be Within Existing Laws - CBN -

Govt Votes N2 Billion for Girl-Child Education Project -

Govt Needs Billions to Fight Desert Encroachment -

Unity Bank Recovers N53 Billion Debt -

Reps Hold Summit On NNPC -

Kidnap - Lulu Thanks Security Agencies, Media -

Kidnapping - a New Face of Militancy -

Public officials illegally transferred about $10 billion out of Nigeria in ... - NgEX

Niger-Delta - Soyinka Threatens to Withdraw From Talks -

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Current Font Size: - Times LIVE (blog)

Nigerian Couple Gives Birth to White Baby - THISDAY

Anyaoku, Sanusi, Chide Political Elite on Nation Building - THISDAY

Black Nigerian Couple Gives Birth To White, Blue Eyed, Blonde Baby Girl - allvoices

Nigerian leaders are lazy, says Ribadu - NEXT

Nigerian couple gives birth to white baby - Daily Sun

Rival Muslim groups clash in northern Nigeria - AFP

What about the Niger Delta oil spills? - Times LIVE (blog)

Nobel laureate to start new political party in Nigeria - AFP

Black Nigerian couple give birth to white baby girl in Britain (Includes ... -

Nigerian group slams trial of senator over child marriage - AFP

Black Couple Give Birth to White Baby Girl - AOL News

Genetic Mystery: Black Brits Birth White, Blue-Eyed Baby - AOL News

Black Couple Gives Birth To White, Blonde, Blue-Eyed Baby [Pictures] - Hip-Hop Wired

Nuhu Ribadu Returns to So what? - Huffington Post (blog)

Black British Couple Give Birth to White Baby - Babble (blog)

The Nigeria FA set for decision on coach Lars Lagerback - BBC News

Nigerian Police Arrest 4 Linked to Kidnappings, Search for More Suspects - Voice of America

Nmachi Ihegboro: White Baby, Black Parents? (Video) - Right Celebrity

Why Soludo is Fighting Me - Akunyili -

Black parents give birth to white baby and create an internet buzz (photos ... -

Tribal scars custom drying up in Nigeria - CNN International

First Bank of Nigeria Says Profit Surges Sevenfold - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Bailed-Out Banks Surge as President Jonathan Signs Bad-Debt Bill - Bloomberg

The Sins of Microfinance Banks -

not black and white - BBC News

2000 oil spills in Nigeria -

Sambo Sues for Religious Tolerance -

Gateway Business Select Cisco for MPLS Network Across Sub-Saharan Africa - MarketWatch (press release)

Kidnapping has become a very lucrative business - BBC News

Blonde Bombshell: Black Couple's White Baby - Sky News

Nigeria's President Jonathan signs 'bad' bank bill - BBC News

Nigeria's Bank PHB posts FY 09 loss, Q1 2010 profit - Reuters

Nigeria's First Bank H1 pretax profit hits 31.7 bln - Reuters

Air Nigeria embarks on restructuring - Vanguard

Jonathan - FG Will Protect the Country's Investments -

Boko Haram - Alleged Planned Attack Untrue - Cleric -

FIFA Delay Decision On Goal-Line Technology -

Couple, Others in Police Net Over Robbery -

Police, NigComSat Partner to Deploy Satellite to Fight Crime -

Igbo Leaders Storm Aso Rock, Seek Help On Kidnapping -

Amendments to the Nigerian constitution may be ready next week - Senate President - NgEX

Monday, July 19, 2010

Aviation: Nigeria's Quest for Category 1 Certification Threatened - THISDAY

Ajumogobia: Nigeria Has Outgrown Zoning - THISDAY

New Law 'to Ease Liquidity Crunch' - THISDAY

2011: Only Jonathan can decide - Nigerian Tribune

Jonathan Signs Bank rescue law - NEXT

Kidnapping business and its posers - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria in the throes of kidnappers - Vanguard

IBB - No Going Back On Decision to Run -

The city of honour - NEXT

Onovo: Controversial Comments Of A Top C - Nigeria Daily Independent

Journalists At The Mercy Of Gunmen - Nigeria Daily Independent

Oil Spills Occur Almost Weekly In Nigeria - NPR

Nigeria moves to create 'bad bank' - Financial Times

Nigerian President Signs Asset Management Corp. Bill - BusinessWeek

Seven Christians Killed in Jihad Attacks in Nigeria - International Christian Concern

Champions League: 'Heartland will advance despite draw' - Afrique en Ligue

Nigerian police arrest four over kidnap of journalists - AFP

Kidnappings: Freed Journalists Dogged By Bribery And Money-Laundering Allegations -

President Jonathan's Gaffe On Football Ban -

Nigerian Police Arrest Four Suspects in Journalists' Kidnapping in Abia - Bloomberg

Attack on Nigerian oil sector thwarted -

Nigeria beat Japan in Women's World Cup - Inside Japan Tours

Encomiums As Ki-Moon, Civil Society Groups, Others Mark Mandela's Day -

Madonna Varsity Champions Morality for Quality Education -

2011 - History, a Good Guide for Jonathan - Ebri -

Shell Awards Marine Services Contracts To Two Nigerian Firms - Wall Street Journal

Sanusi Hailed Over N150 Billion Bailout for Manufacturing Sector -

Abia PDP Rejects Orji -

Seven Killed in Fresh Jos Attack -

Kidnap Saga - NUJ Meets in Lagos to Raise Ransom -

Enugu PDP Crisis - Nwodo Summons Factional Leaders -

Are We Better Than Iraq? -

'South East Zone, the Most Troubled Region' - Onovo -

Release Al-Mustapha - IBB -

Jonathan, Mark, NLC, NGE, Others React as Journalists Regain Freedom -

The South-East's Political Surrender? -

JTF, Ex-Militant Groups in War of Words Over N3 Billion Bribery Scam ... -

NUPENG Threatens Fuel Supply to Abuja -

'2011 - Goodluck is Good to Run' -

Nigeria/Egypt: Al Ahly Forces Heartland to a Draw in Owerri -

Govt Must Halt Kidnapping - Nationals in Diaspora -

'Our Kidnap Was a Set-Up' -

Kidnapped Journalists Freed -

Nigeria sect leader lauds al-Qaida, threatens US - Las Vegas Sun

Four Kidnapped Nigerian Journalists Freed - Voice of America

UNDP Nigeria Calculates Its 2009 Carbon Footprint -

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Nigeria@50: 'Allocation Not Solely for Celebration' - THISDAY

Abducted Nigerian journalists rescued (Includes interview) -

Why No Nigerian Player Took Part … - THISDAY

The Proposed Refinery in Kogi State - THISDAY

Rescued banks:Shareholders warn local banks to stay clear - Vanguard

Why Nigeria cannot continue with zoning - Ajumogobia - Nigerian Tribune

Enyimba suffer Africa drubbing -

Police rescue kidnapped Nigerian journalists - The Associated Press

Attack on Nigerian Christian Village Leaves 8 Dead - Christian Post

Kidnappers in Nigeria free four journalists that had been held for a week - NgEX

Nigerian kidnappers free journalists held for a week - Times LIVE

Nigerian gunmen release journalists - Press TV

Nigeria's women march on - BBC News

Falconets edge Japan - KickOff

Enyimba thrashed by Zanaco - BBC News

Oil's Shame in Africa - Newsweek

Why Nigeria Is A Forged Product, by Kayode Fayemi - Vanguard

Police Rescue Kidnapped Journalists -

Nigerian kidnappers free journalists held for a week - AFP

Gunmen free four Nigerian journalists in oil delta - Reuters Africa

Three Nigerian refineries planned for building - Baltimore News Net

Kidnappers free journalists in Nigeria oil-rich south: union - AFP

4 journalists freed in southern Nigeria -

Religious violence kills eight in Nigeria - CNN International

Nigeria to Encourage Oil Companies to List on Local Exchange - BusinessWeek

8 Christians killed in northern Nigeria in an ethnic attack - Hindustan Times

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Japan lose to Nigeria - The Official Home of Asian Football

Ethnic clash in Nigeria leaves 8 dead - The Hindu

Woman, 70, Caught In Nigerian Check Scam - North Country Gazette

Our Falconets are playing for peanuts - NEXT

Thumbs down for Nigeria's anti-corruption war - NEXT

Uganda Suicide Bombing: Why Nigeria Should Be Vigilant - Nigeria Daily Independent

Falconets beat Japan, go top of group - NEXT

Manufacturers' Nightmare In Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Competitive Sycophancy: The hijacking of a presidential aspiration - Vanguard

Priest's family killed in Nigerian violence - ABC Online

Siasia can't slip as Heartland tackle Al Ahly - Vanguard

Journalists Kidnap: NLC Faults Nigeria's Security Network - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian machete-wielding attackers kill 8 people - BBC News

Christians killed in Nigeria attack -

In Nigeria, 8 killed in Muslim-Christian violence - CNN International

Falconets too much for Japan -

8 die as Muslims strike Christian village in Nigeria - AFP

Investigators: 70-year-old cashed illegal checks from Nigeria - WRGB

Falconets too much for Japan -

Falconets Confront Japan - Nigerian Observer

PDP Zoning Still Intact - Elochukwu -

Nigerian inflation eases to 10.3% - AFP

Nigerian inflation eases to 10.3% - Africasia

Nigeria to Encourage Oil Companies to List on Local Exchange - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria Dating Online Scams - OfficialWire (press release)

Friday, July 16, 2010

Hyundai Nigeria Unveils 2010 Improved Sonata - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria Seeks 1st Win •Female U-20 World Cup - Nigerian Tribune

Sanusi Assures Shareholders of Stake in Rescued Banks -

Americans charged in 'Nigerian' spam scam -

Nigeria police seize football bosses' passports - BBC News

NNPC 'insolvent', Shell comes with a plan - Les Afriques

President Jonathan in Akwa Ibom, Commissions Airport, Educational ... -

South Africa/Day of Glory -

Unique Dora Akunyili At 56 -

Nigeria's gravity-defying headgear - CNN International

Nigerian Inflation Slowed to 10.3% in June as Lending Eased - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Inflation Slowed to 10.3% in June as Lending Eased - San Francisco Chronicle

Where Can I Get News About Nigeria? -

Nigeria Urges Chinese To Explore Coal For Power Generation-Report - NASDAQ

Japan Test For Nigeria - P.M. News

Four die in religious violence - NEXT

Nigeria's gravity defying headgear - CNN International

Fadlallah - the Scars of Terrorism -

Segun Gele: Master of Nigeria's gravity defying headgear - CNN International

Sanusi Says Nigerian Bank Liquidation Is Last Resort - BusinessWeek

Nigerian cbank - may have to liquidate some rescued banks - Reuters Africa

Nigerian says may have to liquidate some rescued banks - Reuters Africa

Nigerian opposition push for probe of oil company to douse national controversy of - Codewit Global Network

Abductors of four Nigerian journalists reduce ransom demand - Hindustan Times

Nigeria Central Bank Will Liquidate Banks If Can't Recapitalize - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Central Bank Will Liquidate Banks If It Can't Recapitaize Them - Bloomberg

Jonathan: Education Best Way to Change Nigeria's Future - THISDAY

Nigerian Christian Journalists to Pray for Kidnapped Colleagues - allvoices

Thursday, July 15, 2010

NORTHERN POLITICAL SUMMIT: Again, North divided over Jonathan •Lar, Gemade's ... - Nigerian Tribune

The 'blessed trio' Jonathan – (Part 2) - Vanguard

Traditional Institution Is Important - President Jonathan -


Kidnappers lower ransom demand for Nigerian journalists - AFP

Nigeria to Seek Fresh Bids Over Abuja Airport Runway - BusinessWeek

Onovo Gives Abia Monarchs 24-Hour Notice -

Nigeria to Sell Most Bonds in at Least Four Quarters - Washington Post

Taraba - Eight Die, 40 Injured in Wukari Religious Riot -

Nigeria Plans to Sell Most Bonds in at Least 4 Quarters to Boost Spending - Bloomberg

Union Hopes to Negotiate Release of Kidnapped Nigerian Journalists - Voice of America


Dambazzau - Army Will Train to Meet Global Trends -

Nigeria Oil And Gas Report Q3 2010 - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

Nigerian oil company not 'insolvent' -

Nigeria-Sao Tome JDZ - Oil & Gas Journal

Nation's Ranking As 59th Most Corrupt Nation Unacceptable - Minister -

Investment in Agric Low - FAO -

Delta Speaker - Supreme Court Refuses Stay of Execution -

Sultan Calls for Mutual Co-Existence of Christians and Muslims -

National Petroleum Commission - Babalola Misfired - FG -

Kidnapped Journalists - Interpol Arrive in Abia State -

Total buys a Chevron offshore Nigerian oil stake - The Associated Press

Mark to Abia Police Commissioner - You Have Failed -

Nigeria Infrastructure Report Q3 2010 - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

Nigeria Down Nine Places - THISDAY

Nigeria denies state oil firm NNPC bankrupt - BBC News

Total Acquires Chevron Stake In Nigeria-Sao Tome License - Wall Street Journal

Afren Plc Acquisition Of Eer's Residual Interest In Oml 115 - Wall Street Journal

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Attack on a Mosque Results in at Least 5 Deaths - New York Times

Nigeria slips to 30th in FIFA rankings - Nigerian Tribune

Between Octopus Paul And Nigerian Juju Men And Pastors - Nigeria Daily Independent

FG Disowns Babalola, Says NNPC Not Broke - Nigeria Daily Independent


Editorial: NNPC's problems - Arab News

Nigeria Forms Panel To Set Up Sovereign National Wealth Fund - Wall Street Journal

5 die in new religious violence - The Associated Press

Nigerian government claims that state owned oil firm is insolvent. - allvoices

Nigerian Bank Wins UK Freezing Order Against Ex-CEO - BusinessWeek

Nigeria NNPC says able to meet financial obligations - Reuters Africa

At Least Four Killed in Nigeria as Christians, Muslims Clash - Voice of America

The Nigerian hip hop star hailed as the next big thing - CNN International

U-20 Women´s World Cup:Nigeria 1- 1 England - Peace FM Online

Officials backpedal on state oil finances - The Associated Press

Christian-Muslim clashes in Nigeria leave 8 dead - AFP

Nigeria's women battle to draw against England - BBC Sport

8 killed in Nigeria's Taraba State - Xinhua

Deadly Christian-Muslim clashes Nigeria - Ninemsn

Nigeria set to rebuild Eagles - BBC News

Nigeria oil firm insolvency raises corruption questions - AFP

Nigeria's state petrol firm 'insolvent' - National

Nigerian Bank Wins UK Order Freezing Assets of Former Chief - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Bank Wins UK Order Freezing Assets of Former Chief Akingbola - Bloomberg

Ahmadinejad's Visit - Country's Relations with US Intact, Says Ogwu -

Lulu's Secretary Locks Out Eaglets -

Akpabio Denies Involment in Ex-Minister's Arrest -

CBN Reforms Excite Oshiomhole -

VP Hosts Governors, Says Era of Misunderstanding is Over -

Onovo to Kidnappers - Get Ready for War -

Any Good Luck for Jonathan in 2011? -

Swiss explain asylum seeker death to Nigeria - Swissinfo

4 die in new religious violence - The Associated Press

Analysts React to Banks' Return to Profit' in First Quarter -

Exploiting Potential of Goal-Setting -

How Police Smashed Attempt to Smuggle Hard Drug to Detainee -

Let Jonathan Run -

Again, Lulu, Amanze, Others Face EFCC Today -

Nigerian Minister Says State Oil Firm Is Insolvent - RTT News

Nigerian Islamist leader threatens US: monitors - AFP

Nigerian banks called to improve governance - ITWeb

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The GEJ Facebook Phenomenon - NEXT

Corruption may jeopardise Vision 20:2020 - NEXT

MEDIA AND SOCIETY: The kidnap this time - NEXT

Journalists grabbed by gunmen in Nigeria - Independent Online

Nigeria state oil firm insolvent, says minister - BBC News

Germany, Nigeria Plan Coal-Fired Power Plant For Nigeria - NASDAQ

How Nigeria, others take Global Mobile subscriptions above 5 billion mark - Vanguard

President Jonathan Pledges to Consider National Interests Before Others -

Nigerian sect leader praises al Qaeda, warns US - Reuters Africa

Nigeria needs 20000mw of electricity by 2020, says Vice President Sambo - Vanguard

Nigeria's state-run oil giant is bankrupt: minister - AFP

Scientists Discover Drug for HIV Prevention -

Nigeria Asks Oil Companies to Improve Data Reporting - BusinessWeek

Nigeria sect leader lauds al-Qaida, threatens US - The Associated Press

'Insolvent' state oil company needs $6.6B - The Associated Press

'Insolvent' state oil company needs $6.6B - Seattle Times

Nigerian Body Asks Oil Companies to Improve Reporting of Production Data - Bloomberg

The fear of FIFA is the beginning of wetin? - Vanguard

Nigerian state oil company needs $6.6B in funding - The Associated Press

Nigerian state oil company needs $6.6B in funding - Washington Post

Nigeria's oil savings around $4 bln - acct general - Reuters Africa

Outrage over Nigerian journalists kidnapping - AFP

Yuguda And Bauchi Politics -

Kogi - EFCC Slams Fresh Charge On Adavi LG Chairman -

FG Urged to Sensitise Ex-Militants On Farming -

Nigeria's UBA says H1 pre-tax profit soars - Reuters

Abduction of Journalists - Kidnappers Insist On N250 Million -

Why Lulu, Uchegbulam, Ogunjobi Were Sacked - Ogba -

Workers Must Be Vigilant Over Minimum Wage - TUC -

Football - Back to Square One -

Emir's Attack - Police Commissioner Inspects Mosque -

EFCC Storms Football Federation, Cart Away Files -

Possibility of a New Constitution -

Kidnappers Seize Three Journalists, Demand N250 Million -

Local Content Not Meant to Expel Foreign Companies - FG -

Bayelsa Govt Denies Ebebi's Reinstatement Claim -

Sambo Orders Immediate Completion of Mambilla Power Project -

Zoning - Northern Leaders, Governors in Dire Dilemma -

Bailed Banks' Q1 Results -

N1 Trillion Spent So Far On MDG's - Az-Zubair -

Edo Chief Judge Warns Against Stringent Bail Condition -

Monday, July 12, 2010

Foreign Reserves Grow by US$2 Billion -

Gunmen Kidnap Four Local Journalists - New York Times

What South Africa Teaches Nigeria - THISDAY

Spain's victory with Nigeria flavour - NEXT

Nigerian Architects Seek Curb On Foreign Counterparts - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria Moves To Stave Off FIFA Sanction - Nigeria Daily Independent

Railway - Lagos- Kano Operation Starts Soon -

Nigerian Football: Back To Square One - Nigeria Daily Independent

How Troubled Banks Stand -

Vaswanis to Increase Investments in the Country -

Adamu to Lulu - Go and Clear Your Names -

Reactions trail kidnap of 4 NUJ Exco members - Vanguard

Trio of Nigerian journalists kidnapped -

How the world is politicising football, win or lose -

Gunmen kidnap 4 local journalists - The Associated Press

PDP - Orji Kalu's Return Runs Into Troubled Waters -

The Road to the Glass House -

Ateke Tom Wants FG to Probe Militants' Protest in Abuja -

Akwa Ibom - Improving Security Through Youth Empowerment -

Lagos NUJ Chairman, Three Others Kidnapped -

Human Rights Violation - Court Fines Navy N150 Million -

Learning From American Anti-Corruption Offensive -

2011 - Akpabio in the Storm of Internal Party Wranglings, External ... -

China's Sinopec reports oil discovery in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Gunmen kidnap 3 local journalists - The Associated Press

Nigeria striker Utaka set to leave Portsmouth - AFP

New Champs Emerge Today -

Gunmen kidnap 3 prominent journalists - The Associated Press

Abuja Protest - Militants Go Into Hiding -

China's Sinopec reports Addax unit strikes oil in Nigeria a year after acquisition -

Spar International, Park 'n' Shop to Open Outlet in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Drug Enforcement Agency Destroys 132 Acres of Cannabis Plantation -

Jonathan Should Place More Emphasis On Anti-Graft War - Ezem -

FIFA clears Nigeria of match fixing - NEXT

Spar International, Park 'n' Shop to Open Outlet in Nigeria Next Month - Bloomberg

Gunmen kidnap 4 prominent journalists - The Associated Press

Abuja Rally - Group Mobilise 10000 Youths for Jonathan -

NAFDAC May Sanction Qatar, Emirate, Lufthansa Airlines Over Fake Drugs -

Women Groups Challenged On Prostitutes Rehabilitation -

Police - Friend or Foe? -

Akwa Ibom Youths Plan Rally for Akpabio -

Unity Bank of Nigeria Says It Returned to Profit in First Half - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Banks Pledge to Lend to Oil and Gas Companies, ThisDay Reports - Bloomberg

Sinopec Group's subsidiary discovers high yield well in Nigeria - Alibaba News Channel

Sunday, July 11, 2010

To hell with FIFA, NFF and co - Nigerian Compass

Sinopec Addax strikes oil at Nigerian block - Reuters Africa

Sanusi: Rescued Banks Must Improve Their Risk Management - THISDAY

S&P AND NIGERIAN BANKS - Nigerian Tribune

Fisheries contribute $US1 billion to Nigeria's GDP - allvoices

Blatter applauds President Jonathan - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian banks not gambling houses - Sanusi - Nigerian Tribune

Guarding a Legacy From Nigeria to Broadway - New York Times

The Gulf oil spill and lessons for Nigeria - Daily Sun

Nigeria planned for failure, Blatter - Vanguard

Vaswanis set to increase investment in Nigeria - Vanguard

Nigeria's external sector worsens in Q1 - Vanguard

Why stockbroking firms must adhere to market rules, SEC, shareholders - Vanguard

World Cup 2010: FIFA President Sepp Blatter Applauds Nigerian Head Of State ... - America

Three journalists kidnapped in police - AFP

Three journalists kidnapped in police - Africasia

My brother must be freed from Nigerian prison - The Guardian

Day Of Glory For South Africa As World Cup Ends -

Why Majid Michael Has Refused To Go To Nigeria - Peace FM Online

Moving Nigerian football to the next level - NEXT

MEND says will not attack Ghana - Afrique en Ligue

Daring investors bet on 'frontier markets' - Los Angeles Times

Nigeria 'vulnerable' to match-fixing - report - Independent Online

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Nigerian Gov't Spreading Rumour In Ghana Against Niger Delta - GhanaWeb

Abandonment of zoning: The entrapment of Jonathan and the South? - Vanguard

Moving Nigerian football to the next - NEXT

Newfound Strength in Frontier Markets - New York Times

Amnesty for Nigerian oil militants being sabotaged: ex-rebel - AFP

Three Indian-origin businessmen given clean chit in Nigeria - Times of India


Nigeria Legend Jay Jay Okocha Encourages Fans To Support 1GOAL ... -

Nigeria, Turkey vow to up trade ties - Press TV

Nigeria football federation opposes election shift, affirms poll date - Afrique en Ligue

D-8 summit ends with agreement on economic cooperation - Zee News

FIFA's Eyes Still On Nigeria •Insists On Non-Political Interference •Wants ... - Nigerian Tribune

Friday, July 09, 2010

Nigerian mother loses fight to halt deportation - Irish Independent

Nigerian soccer federation approves soccer officials impeachment - People's Daily Online

Nigerian mother loses court challenge - Irish Times

NASS Sends AMCON Bill for Presidential Assent - THISDAY

Nigeria's Exports to Turkey Hits $1bn - THISDAY

End of 'cabal' at Glass House - Daily Sun

Who changed the President's mind— Facebook or FIFA? - Global Voices Online (blog)

First Bank To Acquire Distressed Bank - Nigerian Tribune


Zoning Died After PDP Maiden Primary - Nwodo -

West Africa: Nigeria, Turkey extol relations, seek improved trade ties -

FIFA rubbish claims of match-fixing - ESPN

Aura Enters into Formal Agreement with Tolao Energy Nigeria Ltd. - MarketWatch (press release)

Turkish president holds trade talks in Nigeria - AFP

Fifa was warned of Nigeria World Cup match-fixing fears - BBC Sport

Telkom appoints Nigeria head as acting CEO - Reuters Africa

Sanders - 2011 is Transformative for Nigeria -

ENI's Moral Balancing -

Bharti Airtel Buys The African Story: Invests $600 million In Nigeria - WATBlog (blog)

State Raises Concerns Over Civilian Deaths in Armed Conflicts -

Nigerian President Gets Bill Creating Company to Buy Banks' Toxic Debt - Bloomberg

FCT Crime Rate Drops By 25 Percent -

Nnaji And the Revisionists -

Govt Gets $80 Million From Development Partners -

On Zoning, Nwodo is On His Own - Ezekiel Izuogu -

Football Federation Extra-Ordinary General Assembly Held Today -

Visa Ban - US Compiles List of Corrupt Citizens -

Nigeria's Biggest Bank Joins Battle to Buy Bailed-Out Lenders - BusinessWeek

Sell Nigeria State Bonds, Buy Nibor on Payout Spikes, CSL Says - BusinessWeek

Jonathan urges D-8 members to invest in Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue

Sell Nigeria Government Bonds, Buy Nibor on `Spike,' CSL Stockbrokers Says - Bloomberg

N1.3 Billion Scam - EFCC Quizzes Lulu, Ojo-Oba -

2011 - PDP Chieftain Wants Jonathan to Contest -

Aviation Policy And the Country's Economy -

And Then there was one-Update on FCPA Settlements in the Nigerian Bribery Case - JD Supra (press release)

Nigeria faces lead poisoning outbreak, UN says - Channel 6 News Online

D8 Looks For Tangible Benefits Through Economic Cooperation - Muhyiddin - Bernama

Bharti Airtel to invest $600 million in Nigeria -

Thursday, July 08, 2010

WHO, Nigeria fight lead-poisoning outbreak -

Jonathan slashes N16.4 billion Nigeria @ 50 budget - NEXT

N1.3bn scam: EFCC quizzes NFF officials •Takes custody of documents - Nigerian Tribune

Jonathan assumes chairmanship of D-8, calls on members to invest in Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

The Facebook Page of Nigeria's President - Global Voices Online (blog)

Islamic common market talks - Times LIVE

Nigeria's football needs proper development - Keshi - Daily Sun

Nigeria's Goodluck Johnathan kicks off D-8 summit - RFI

Snamprogetti, Technip to pay penalties in Nigerian bribe case - Oil & Gas Journal

Nigeria faces specter of new oil violence -

Nigeria's Ruling Party Chief Drops Power Rotation Policy Known as Zoning - Voice of America

Ahmadinejad Meets Fellow Muslim Leaders At D-8 Summit In Nigeria - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Nigeria leader seeks lower oil output in budget - Reuters Africa

Women's Empowerment - UN Creates Single Entity -

Developing Eight summit in Nigeria -

FIFA Backs Probe Of Nigeria's Soccer Topshots - P.M. News

Militants protest over reform program - Afrik-news

Bharti Airtel reafirms its long term commitment to Nigeria - Vanguard

Ahmadinejad, Gül arrive in Nigeria to attend D8 summit - Hurriyet Daily News

Ahmadinejad meets Muslim leaders at summit - AFP

FG to Review Bilateral Agreements -

FG Reviews 376 Bilateral Accords -

Ban Reversal - Football Enthusiasts Hail Jonathan -

PDP Zoning Only Respected in 1999 - Nwodo -

AC Condemns Lulu, Uchegbulam's Sack -

NUPENG Threatens to Stop Fuel Supply to Abuja to Protest State of Roads -

D-8 Countries to Strengthen Financial Systems -

Zoning in PDP Dead - Nwodo -

Nigeria Stocks May Climb Further 20%, DaMina Says - BusinessWeek

Ahmadinejad Joins Muslim Leaders At Nigeria Summit - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

Nigerian Stocks, Africa's Second-Best, May Climb Further 20%, DaMina Says - Bloomberg

Dutch firm to pay to avoid bribery prosecution - Houston Chronicle

NFF review election guidelines -

ENI, Snamprogetti To Pay $365 Mln In Bribery Case - Update - RTT News

Retreat, recover, rebuild, and then relaunch - Sin Chew Jit Poh

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Nigeria Pledges Support For Uganda's Petroleum Industry - Wall Street Journal

FG asks UK to extradite Akingbola - Nigerian Tribune

Shell appeals N15.4bn oil spill penalty - Vanguard

Eni, Snamprogetti to Pay $365 Million to Settle Bribery Charges - Wall Street Journal

Sanctions V. Counter Sanctions- The FIFA “ORDER” - BusinessDay

Nigeria asks for Akingbola's arrest, extradition - NEXT

US fines Italian company over Halliburton bribery - NEXT

'Wealth fund needs legal backing' - NEXT

Of decision reversal syndrome and Jonathan's anger at Super Eagles - The Punch

Resist the urge, President Jonathan - NEXT

Ahmadinejad Arrives in Country for D-8 Summit -

Iran's president: US a global 'dictatorship' - The Associated Press

Nigerian held with 70 dead babies - BBC News

Nigeria Asks Britain to Extradite Former Bank Chief - BusinessWeek

Snamprogetti, ENI to Pay $365 Million in Bribe Case - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Sells $150 Million of Currency at Auction - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Sells Smallest Amount of Dollars in Three Months, Pressures Naira - Bloomberg

Dodging The FIFA Hammer - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigerian President rules via Facebook - The Standard

Super Eagles ban lifted - The Zimbabwean

FIFA Withraws Ban On Nigeria - LeadershipNigeria

Shell: New oil, gas project online in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Ex-Niger Delta militants protest in Nigeria - AFP

Third Settlement In Nigerian Bribery Investigation - Main Justice

Ruling Party in Niger Delta: Jonathan Has Right to Run - Voice of America

Nigerian Money Supply, Business Credit Fell in May (Correct) - BusinessWeek

President Jonathan of Stop Playing Politics With Soccer - Huffington Post (blog)

Facebook helps to remove a two-year ban on the Nigerian Football team - Findtut

Nigeria's anti-corruption agency investigates leaders of soccer federation - The Canadian Press

Bharti Airtel Reaffirms Long Term Commitment to Nigeria - Nigerian Bulletin

FIFA firm over government intervention - ESPN

Anti-corruption body investigates Nigeria football - USA Today

Nigerian President Provides Marketers A Playbook For Facebook Success - B2C Marketing Insider (blog)

Bharti Airtel says to invest $600 mln in Nigeria - Economic Times

Fans Condemns Lulu's Impeachment -

Bharti Airtel says to invest $600 mln in Nigeria - Reuters Africa

China invests in Nigerian oil sector -

Nigeria militants say amnesty deal overlooked them - The Associated Press

Oyo Teachers Opt for Total Strike -

Journalists Union Refutes Allegation of Graft on Media -

Lagos, Cross River States to Build Energy City -

Country, together with Iran, Pakistan Adopt Common Banking Rules -

Bharti Airtel Earmarks US $600 Million for Projects - All Africa ICT

Football Association Leadership Can't Shift Election - Toro -

Plateau Govt Denies Fresh Violence -

Bharti Airtel to invest $ 600 million in Nigerian mobile market - The Hindu

Lagos Gets First Refinery in 20 Years -

Niger Delta Master Plan - More Action Now -

World Cup Scam - EFCC Summons Ogunjobi, Lulu, Others -

Foreign Advisers to Manage Sovereign Wealth Fund - Govt -

Gambari Bags Award From Rwandan President -

Bharti Airtel To Invest $600 Mln. In Nigeria - RTT News

NUJ Chairman in China for MDGs Confab -

Bharti to invest $600m in Nigeria - Global Telecoms Business

Rights body asks Nigeria to stop execution of 800 prisoners - Times of India

N1.3 Billion Scam - EFCC Invites Ogunjobi, Lulu, Others -

EFCC Summons Lulu, Ogunjobi Over NFF Funds -

Bharti Airtel to invest $600 mn in Nigerian operations - Economic Times

Bharti Airtel to invest $600mn in Nigerian operations - Business Standard

Facebook influences Nigeria football team ban U-turn - Globe and Mail

Tom Zirpoli, Nigeria devastated by oil spills - Carroll County Times

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Bharti Airtel gains on investment plan in Nigeria -

Nigerian president reverses ban after Facebook posts - (press release)

Sale Of Banks: Fidelity, Ecobank In Battle To - Nigeria Daily Independent

Resp may reject Nigeria sovereign waelth fund - Vanguard

Sanusi's Reforms Get Official Endorsement With National Honours - Nigeria Daily Independent

Bharti to inject $600m into Zain Nigeria - Vanguard

Nigeria still on FIFA's radar - NEXT

Air Force to Rehabilitate Markurdi Runway -

The ban that should never have been - The Punch

2011 elections: ANPP aspirant warns against rigging - Nigerian Tribune

We'll continue to monitor Nigeria - FIFA - Nigerian Tribune

Lagos Signs Oil Refinery Deal With Chinese -

FIFA ultimatum clock ticks down for Nigeria - The Nation, Pakistan

CBN Grants N150 Bn Lifeline to Real Sector, Pegs Lending Rate at 6% - allvoices

Middle class in fear as kidnappings rise - The Associated Press

'Defection Resolved Yobe ANPP Disputes' -

Iran calls for gas, oil cooperation with Nigeria - Tehran Times

Yugoslavia to Open Consulate in Kano -

Jonathan - Country Needs Best Leaders -

Nigerian U-Turn The Right Thing To Do - Bleacher Report

Religious intolerance threatens Nigerian democracy: Jonathan - AFP

India's Bharti Airtel plans heavy investment in Nigeria - AFP

China, Nigeria Sign $8 Billion Deal on Oil Refinery - Voice of America

'Facebook campaign' led to Nigeria president's football ban U-turn - BBC News

China to build Nigerian refinery - BBC News

China to build $8bn oil refinery in Nigeria - BBC News

Bharti promises $600M telecom investment - The Associated Press

FIFA to keep monitoring Nigeria soccer - The Associated Press

China signs major deal to build Nigeria refinery - AFP

Nigeria Dollar Sales Fall to More Than 3-Month Low - BusinessWeek

FIFA to keep monitoring Nigerian soccer despite late peace deal - The Canadian Press

Nigeria's strangled football industry - BBC News

FIFA to monitor Nigeria over interference - Reuters India

Kwara Govt Reacts to Court Order On Ex-Chief Judge -

World Cup 2010 - Facebook 'inspired lifting of Nigerian ban' - Yahoo! Eurosport UK

Calm at NCC as Gwandu Consolidates -

2011 - Candidate PDP Will Field -

Drug Enforcement Agency Boss Wants Stiffer Penalty for Offenders -

Return of Societal Values Will Curb Corruption in the Police -

Repentant Militants Begin Lessons On Non-Violence -

FIFA to continue monitoring situation with Nigeria FA - Sify

Nigeria/South Africa: World Cup - Keshi Picks Tshabalala's Goal as His Best -

Bankole Apologises Over House Brawl -

200 Armed Bandits Attack Jos -

Talba - Yobe PDP in Order for 2011 -

Niger Delta - Group to Mobilise Against Anti-Amnesty Forces -

Protesters Storm NFF in Support of Govt -

Nigeria Sets Target For Nuclear Electricity Generation By 2020 - NASDAQ

PDP Set to Implement Ekwueme Report -Haliru -

FIFA to monitor Nigeria over interference - Reuters Africa

Iran FM in Nigeria to attend D8 - Press TV

Nigeria's external reserve plunges again…now $37.63bn - Daily Sun

FIFA to continue monitoring situation with Nigeria FA (Extra) - Monsters and

Jonathan withdraws Nigerian football ban - Financial Times

Ayo Oritsejafor Voted CAN President -

Iorfa, Yusuf Applaud Jonathan's Reversed Decision -

Youths Demonstrate Against NFF Board -

Nwodo And the Call to Duty -

Int'l advocate group tasks Nigeria on oil spillage - African Manager

World Cup: Nigerian president backs off plan to suspend soccer team - Detroit Free Press

Nigeria avoids two-year suspension - Boston Globe

Nigeria Escapes FIFA Hammer, Reverses Self - Nigeria Daily Independent

Monday, July 05, 2010

Nigeria, China Sign $8 Billion Accord for Biggest Refinery, Newspaper Says - Bloomberg

Chinua Achebe On Nigeria's Future - Newsweek

15 foreign sailors kidnapped in Nigeria freed - Hindustan Times

D-8 Commission Establishes Preferential Trade Agreement -Report - Wall Street Journal

CBN: Banks Not Yet in 'Positive Territory' - THISDAY

Nigeria-FIFA Tango: From the Legal Viewpoint - THISDAY

Child marriage: No case against Sani — NAPTIP - The Punch

'Nwodo is Jonathan's candidate, but he wasn't imposed' - Nigerian Compass

Impeachment, sacrifice to move Nigerian football forward -Uchegbulam - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria revokes two-year ban on soccer team's international play - CNN

Nigeria Lifts Presidential Soccer Ban Before Deadline - San Francisco Chronicle

Farmer killed in fresh attack on Nigerian Christian village - AFP

World Cup 2010: George Weah's Appeal To Nigeria - Peace FM Online

Breaking Zoning Depends On Jonathan's Performance – Ogbaji - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria escapes ban over government interference - USA Today

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Cadbury Nigeria, KenolKobil, Savannah - BusinessWeek

Nigerian leader rescinds ban on national soccer team - CNN International

Nigeria reverses ban and team to disband - Reuters Canada

Nigeria Rescinds Ban on National Soccer Teams Before FIFA Deadline Passes - Bloomberg

No case against senator with child bride - The Associated Press

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6%; Focuses on Toxic Debt - BusinessWeek

Nigerian government set to back down over national-team ban - The Guardian

Nigerian Military Frees 12 Foreign Sailors in Niger Delta - Voice of America

World Cup Woes - Lulu, Amanze, Ogunjobi Fired -

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6% as It Prepares to Buy Toxic Debt - BusinessWeek

Nigeria leaves benchmark interest rate at 6.0 pct - Reuters Africa

Nigeria 'drops team ban threat' - BBC News

Zoning Beyond PDP - Shinkafi -

World Cup 2010: Nigeria 'drops team ban threat' - BBC News

Weah's appeal to Nigeria - KickOff

Nigeria Keeps Benchmark Rate at 6 Percent as It Prepares to Buy Toxic Debt - Bloomberg

ANPP Mandates Aspirants to Sign Bond -

AP source: Nigeria drops threat to suspend team - The Associated Press

Nigerian president drops suspension threat -

FIFA says Nigeria not backing down from team ban - The Associated Press

FG Rising Beyond the Golden Jubilee Business Summit -

FIFA Says Nigeria Not Backing Down From Team Ban - ABC News

The Nigerian president's 'Obama moment' - CNN International

12 abducted sailors released -

Nigeria struggle to beat FIFA deadline over ban as FA president is impeached -

The Nigerian president's 'Obama moment' - CNN

Locals Welcome Fifa Ban -

Wriggling Out of Honour Pacts -

Gunmen Abduct Ondo PDP Chairman -

Spain Deports 59 Nationals -

Kidnap - Obi Gives 177 Communities N500,000 Each for Security -

Nwodo's Emergence Puts Anambra PDP Gladiators Guessing -

FIFA ultimatum clock ticks down for Nigeria - AFP

Hajj Commission Retains Air Carriers for 2010 -

A World Cup of Many Colours -

I Am Healthy to Contest - IBB -

Lar - Zoning Was Never Documented -

2010 Hajj - Govt Approves Air Carriers -

Nigeria May Keep Key Rate at 6%, Focus on Toxic Debt - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to Keep Key Rate at 6% as It Focuses on Toxic Debt - BusinessWeek

Governor Shinkafi - Zoning Overtaken By Events -

ICPC Takes Wabara, Osuji to Supreme Court -

Nigeria to Keep Key Rate at 6% as It Focuses on Toxic Debt - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria to Keep Key Lending Rate at 6% as It Focuses on Buying Toxic Debt - Bloomberg

Nigeria FA apologises, seeks suspension reversal - Reuters Africa

Nigeria attempt to stave off ban - ESPN

Nigerian President Calls for Proper Funding of Millennium Development Goals - allvoices

Sunday, July 04, 2010

Foreign Sailors Seized in Nigeria Set Free - The Epoch Times

Africa producing World Cup-caliber players — but not teams - Los Angeles Times

Africa producing World Cup-caliber players but not teams - Greenwich Time

Lar: If there is no Nigeria, there is no President - Nigerian Compass

Nigerian football leaders fired in team suspension - Malaysia Star

Confusion as Air Nigeria aircraft makes emergency landing in Lagos - The Punch

Nigeria gunmen free foreign hostages - Press TV

We Are Implementing Nigerian Content Act - THISDAY

Lar, Northern elders lock horns over zoning •Why North is afraid of Jonathan ... - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian football is in danger -FIFA - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria axe Lulu - The Sun

Jonathan: Should He; Or Should He Not? -

Of Obasanjo and closeness to Jonathan - Daily Sun

Nigerian pirates release kidnapped sailors - ABC Online

Jonathan: Should He ; Or Should He Not? -

Nigerian bosses axed after World Cup flop - AFP

Sailors freed after being captured in Nigeria - Wikinews

Iranian, Turkish leaders expected in Nigeria for D8 summit - Times LIVE

Attention How to avoid FIFA ban - Vanguard

Nigeria sack top pair -

Nigeria FA apologizes, seeks suspension reversal - Reuters Canada

Nigeria FA apologises, seeks suspension reversal - Yahoo! Eurosport UK

World Cup 2010: Nigeria FA Boss Impeached? - Peace FM Online

Gulf spill a familiar story in oil-soaked Nigeria - The Associated Press

Nigerian gunmen release 12 foreign hostages - Reuters (press release)

Hostages Released After Kidnapping by Nigeria Gunmen - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigerian Gunmen Release Kidnapped Foreign Sailors - Voice of America

Foreign sailors kidnapped in Nigeria freed: military - AFP

Two abducted Russian sailors released by Nigerian militants - Hindustan Times

Dozen foreign sailors seized in Nigeria freed: military - AFP

Nigeria navy says pirates released foreign sailors - The Associated Press

Nigeria's Presidency: Not About North Versus South - Nigerian Observer

Nigerian football federation president fired - Xinhua

World Cup 2010: What FIFA Ban Means For Nigeria - Peace FM Online

Nigerian football federation president fired - Monsters and

FIFA Extend Nigeria Deadline - Peace FM Online

Nigerian soccer execs fired - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Two German Citizens Kidnapped in Nigeria, Foreign Ministry in Berlin Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian football leaders fired in team suspension - USA Today

President Jonathan's action a good omen – Yomi Salami - Vanguard

Nigerian forces search for seized foreign sailors - AFP

Pirates kidnap 12 sailors off Nigeria - CNN International

Two kidnapped Russians, one Lithuanian freed in Africa - Reuters

Nigeria urges FIFA to support football reforms - People's Daily Online

Pirates kidnap 12 sailors off Nigeria's coast - CNN International

Traffic accident kills 11 in C Nigeria - People's Daily Online

FIFA extend Nigeria deadline - KickOff

12 foreign sailors kidnapped in Nigeria - Press TV

Two Russians kidnapped by pirates freed in report - AFP

Pirates kill one, take 12 foreign sailors hostage off Nigeria - Hindustan Times

Apocalypse Now ... Niger Delta's oil exploitation tragedy - Herald Scotland

Saturday, July 03, 2010

One killed, 12 injured in pirates' attack off Nigeria - The Hindu

Argentina reels from World Cup defeat - Los Angeles Times

Ethnicity and religious bias may destroy Nigeria – Jonathan - The Punch

Review cost of UN peacekeeping operations – Nigeria - The Punch

What sense Jonathan's hasty ban on Nigeria's football? - The Punch

FIFA threatens to suspend or ban Nigeria - Associated Report Online (blog)

'Nigeria's economic growth is not real' - NEXT

Oil firms must compensate the people of Nigeria - The Guardian

Nigeria, football body in contest of will - NEXT

Seven Russians taken hostage in Nigeria - radio (Update 1) - RIA Novosti

FIFA warn Nigeria of dire consequences - Hindustan Times

Nigerian Football Team Suspended for Poor World Cup Play - Afro American

Death Toll In Congo Tanker Blast Rises To 230 - Red Cross - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria, France court FIFA punishment - The Zimbabwean

Gunmen seize crew in vessel attack off navy - AFP

Gunmen seized crew in vessel attack off navy - AFP

FIFA warn Nigeria of dire consequences - Sify

Gunmen kidnap 12 in vessel attack off navy - AFP

Overturned gas tanker explodes, kills 14 - The Associated Press

Overturned gas tanker explodes, kills 14 - Washington Post

12 foreign sailors kidnapped by pirates - The Associated Press

12 foreign sailors kidnapped by pirates - Houston Chronicle

12 foreign sailors kidnapped by pirates - Washington Post

Gunmen attack two cargo ships off Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Fifa warns Nigeria of dire consequences - Times LIVE

FIFA warn Nigeria of dire consequences if government fails to end ban - Earthtimes

At least 13 killed in Nigeria tanker blast - AFP

Friday's World Cup roundup:Dutch master Brazil to reach semifinals - The Canadian Press

Nigeria Food And Drink Report Q3 2010 - New Market Report Published - OfficialWire (press release)

WORLD CUP 2010: Nigeria president bans his country from playing for two years ... - Globe and Mail

FIFA World Cup 2010: FIFA Warn the Nigerian government - (blog)

Drama for Germany, Argentina - Boston Globe

Friday, July 02, 2010

What Africa Can Learn From Ghana's Loss - Bleacher Report

FIFA Give Nigeria 48 Hours To Reverse Withdrawal Decision Or Face … - Globe and Mail

FIFA Threatens Nigeria, Ghana Bows Out Gracefully - THISDAY

Disbanding team right move - Daily Nation

Ban: FIFA gives Nigeria 48-hr ultimatum - The Nation Newspaper

2010 World Cup Group B : Argentina, Nigeria, S. Korea, Greece - National Turk English

Nigerian government risking its football future - (blog)

Fifa deadline for Nigeria - The Herald

Maradona Blasts Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

Comment: Nigeria's Ban From International Football - Right Or Wrong? - America

Boko Haram Deputy Alive, Vows to Continue Anti-Western Fight -

Some Questions For Sanusi -

FIFA threatens to ban Nigeria for banning themselves - Yahoo! Sports (blog)

World Cup Results Show Two Africas - Wall Street Journal

Muslims in Govt Should Be Good Ambassadors of Islam - Khaleefah Rahman -

Fifa hands Nigeria ultimatum over team ban - Financial Times

Fifa Gives Ultimatum Over Football Ban -

Nigerian government reveal they are ready to ignore FIFA over ban controversy -

Northern Nigerian Governors Split on Support for President Jonathan - Voice of America

US Works With Nigeria On Oil-rich Niger Delta Amnesty-Reports - Automated Trader

US Works With Nigeria On Oil-rich Niger Delta Amnesty-Reports - NASDAQ

Four International Banks Bid for Rescued Banks - Sanusi -

Nigerian Soccer Suspended for 2 years - Globe and Mail

Nigeria's economy: Inflation and other economic indicators - GroundReport

FIFA sets deadline for Nigeria to overturn ban - CNN International

Nigeria, China Plan Talks Next Week on $8 Billion Oil Refinery - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Should Sell Nitel to Preferred Bidder, Lawmaker Says - BusinessWeek

FIFA gives Nigeria ultimatum over team ban - FOXNews

Nigeria, China to Hold Talks Next Week on Building $8 Billion Oil Refinery - Bloomberg

Nigerian Senate Says Government Should Complete Sale of Nitel to Bidders - Bloomberg

Iran's President to Take Part in D8 Meeting in Nigeria - Fars News Agency

Nigeria/Ghana: Cafu Predicts Bright Future for African Football -

Security Council - Nation to Promote International Peace, Security -

Fifa issues Nigeria ban deadline - BBC News

FCT to Get CCTV Cameras -

FIFA threatens Nigeria with suspension over ban - The Associated Press

Oshiomhole Urges Clean Up of INEC -

FIFA threatens Nigeria with suspension over ban - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fall of the Football Stars -

FIFA threatens Nigeria with suspension over ban - USA Today

FIFA gives Nigeria 48 hours to reverse ban - AFP

Nigeria facing possible suspension - ESPN

Nigeria's Sanusi 'Comfortable' With Naira-Dollar Exchange Rate - BusinessWeek

Fifa 'keeping vigilant eye' on Nigeria, France - Times LIVE

Nigeria's Sanusi 'Comfortable' With Naira-Dollar Exchange Rate - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigerian Central Bank's Sanusi `Comfortable' With Naira's Exchange Rate - Bloomberg

The Rise Of African Football; A Myth Or Reality - GhanaWeb

Nigerian gives his take on Cup drama - USA Today

Thursday, July 01, 2010

First World Cup betting casualty Nigeria - Bookmakersinc

NBA to drag legislators to court over jumbo pay - BusinessDay

Coalition Seeks New Body to Address Oil Spills - THISDAY

CBN: AMCON to Clear N1.5tr Bad Loans by Dec - THISDAY

FIFA yet to decide Nigeria's fate - NEXT

Uncertainty dogs banks' purchase - NEXT

FIFA threat to kick out Nigeria - The Sun

All the CBN needs is good cause - The Punch

'Our media are corrupt' - NEXT

Minister says fear of FIFA won't affect Nigeria's plan - NEXT

FIFA launches Nigeria probe - Nigerian Tribune

Ahmadinejad to visit Nigeria, Mali - Press TV

Cup Results Show Two Africas - Wall Street Journal

Jega Vows Fairness in INEC Reorganisation -

2010 World Cup: Good Luck Jonathan; Banning Nigeria From Internationals - Bleacher Report

Oil Spill - Opec Asks US to Revisit Offshore Drilling Ban -

Beyond Prof. Jega -

Free And Fair Elections In Nigeria Is Possible…Once Again -

Politicians: Hands off World Cup teams - The Associated Press

Nigeria Move: Wrong in Every Way - San Francisco Chronicle (blog)

Politicians: Hands off World Cup teams - USA Today

Two Lebanese Charged to Court for Conspiracy, Forgery -

Sanusi Says Nigeria to Spend $10 Billion on Bank Debts - Washington Post

Nigeria's New Elections Chairman Promises Sweeping Reforms - Voice of America

Nigerian LNG Tanker To Arrive At UK Milford Haven Jul 4 - Data - Wall Street Journal

Iran leader to visit Nigeria as it takes UN post - The Associated Press

Iran leader to visit Nigeria as it takes UN post - Washington Post

FIFA not yet ready to act on Nigeria's soccer ban - The Associated Press

Fishing Communities Lament Oil Spill in Akwa Ibom -

Nigeria sees no reason to lift interest rates - Reuters Africa

Soldiers Smash Illegal Arms Syndicate in Aba -

Reps Want Political Parties Reduced -

World Cup 2010: Politics Of Nigeria's Self Isolation - Peace FM Online

Jega - We Won't Fail Nation -

FIFA studying report before acting on Nigeria's bid to ban national team - The Canadian Press

'Dead' Boko Haram Leader Re-Emerges in New Video -

Nigeria to Clear $10 Billion Toxic Debt of Banks - BusinessWeek

Nigeria facing FIFA sanctions - ESPN

Nigerian president bans Super Eagles - ESPN

Reps Empower INEC to De-Register Political Parties -

FIFA not yet ready to act on Nigeria interference - USA Today

Sect leader threatens retaliation - The Associated Press

Insiders back Nigeria football ban, unions not amused - Monsters and

World Cup Exit Leaves Nigeria With 'Egg on Its Face' - BusinessWeek

Lebanese Charged With Forging FG Papers -

Eguavoen takes temporary charge of Nigeria - NewsDay

Sanusi Says Nigeria Has 'Egg on Its Face' After World Cup - BusinessWeek

Chevron Faults Oil Spill Report in Northern Delta -

Nigeria Expects to Spend $10 Billion Buying Toxic Debts of Banks - BusinessWeek

Anambra Communities Get N88.5 Million for Security Beef Up -

We'll Make Ex-Militants Role Models - Alaibe -

Obi Splashes N100 Million On Security -

WORLD CUP NOTEBOOK - Nigeria red cards its soccer program - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigerian president punishes team - Philadelphia Inquirer

Jonathan Turned Down Yacht Idea -

Nwodo - Those Scared of Jega Not Wanted in PDP -

Nigeria's iron lady takes on fraudsters - BBC News

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Politics of Nigeria's self isolation - KickOff

'Credible People Rare in Nigerian Democracy' - THISDAY

Nigerian Team Suspended - New York Times

Bakersfield to Nigeria - part 3 of 3 - KGET 17

Gazprom, Nigeria to Seek Stake in Statoil Deepwater Gas Field - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria Fights Crime With A New Anti-Terrorism Squad - Voice of America

Nigeria Risks FIFA Ban - THISDAY

Decline in Nigeria's Production Lowers OPEC June Output - THISDAY

Football and other Nigerian problems - The Punch

Your job most important in Nigeria - Jonathan tells Jega at swearing-in •INEC ... - Nigerian Tribune

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