Google Nigerian News Archive for December 2010

Thursday, December 30, 2010

>Owumi's sack is illegal, says - NEXT

OPEC December Oil Output Rose to Four Month High, Bloomberg Survey Shows - Bloomberg

Asset Company takes over debts of 21 banks - NEXT

NASCON nets N1.02b third quarter profit - Nigeria Daily Independent

Ogun 2011: PDP, ACN in second-guessing game - Nigerian Tribune

'Black Christmas': Nigerian pastor, church members slain - BP News's Top Ten Nigerian Players Of 2010 - America

Nigeria remains our target for Calabar carnival – Imoke - Vanguard

Activist killed in Nigeria - News24

Nigerian amnesty presidential advisor quits job: official - Africasia

Why there's still no death toll for the Christmas Eve bombings in Nigeria - Christian Science Monitor

Nigeria-Pakistan trade hit N840m - Vanguard

Bomb Explosion Rocks Political Rally In Bayelsa State - Times of Nigeria

Nigeria Gunmen Kill Three Police Officers, Civilian - Bloomberg

'VVF's Disease of Ignorance, Poverty' -

I'm still NPL chairman - Owumi -

Nigerian president's adviser on Niger Delta quits - Reuters Africa

Police: Muslim sect members kill 4 in Nigeria - Washington Post

Islamist sect kills seven in latest Nigeria attack - Reuters

Oil at $90 brings small OPEC supply rise: survey - WTAQ

Police: Muslim sect members kill 4 in Nigeria - Seattle Times

Islamist sect kills seven in latest Nigeria attack - Reuters Africa

Why Dangote is Consolidating in Cement Business -

Gunmen Kill Abia Activist -

Quota System Killing Our Football —Ikpeba - P.M. News

2011 - How Plateau is Posing New Challenges for North Central -

Radical Muslims continue violence in Nigeria - Catholic Culture

Religiously Motivated Attacks Leave Great Need in Nigeria - Christian Post

Jalla faults Owumi's sack -

Niger Tornadoes Move Home to Kaduna -

Football Federation Gets Nod to Spend N6.8 Billion for 2011 -

NFA Sacks Owumi, Calls for a New Election -

US Seeks Speedy Prosecution of Jos Violence Culprits -

Britain, Others Condemn Jos, Maiduguri Violence -

Nigeria Blasts Injure Ruling Party Supporters, Guardian Says - Bloomberg

Lagos Football Association Ready for Elections Friday -

2010 - Country's Economy As a Paradox -

Local Held With Fake Currency in India -

Football Federation Names Yusuf As Eagles Assistant Coach -

2011 - Defend Your Votes, Jonathan Tells Youths -

Jos Crisis - Teacher Quizzed Over Explosion -

Another Bomb Blast Rocks Bayelsa -

$400 Billion Lost to Corruption in 40 Years - Bankole -

Nigeria 'll be Africa's economic power by 2030 if ... –Pakistan envoy - Nigerian Tribune

Football Federation Sacks Owumi, Orders Fresh Elections - Lulu ... -

Re-capturing Edo State: It's an empty boast - ACN - Nigerian Observer

PDP Shifts Jonathan, Atiku Meeting to Next Monday -

Christian, Muslim leaders in Nigeria decry Christmas eve bombings - The Underground


Police arrest soldier accused of shooting civilian - NEXT

Party blames Fashola for loss of Ikorodu - NEXT

Tension in Bayelsa as Bomb Blasts Rock Rally -

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

NFF general assembly salutes exco -

Political Rally Is Bombed - New York Times

Time up for Owumi - NEXT

Tinubu: ACN 'll lead Rainbow Coalition against PDP - The Nation Newspaper

NFF AGM Orders Owumi to Step Down - THISDAY

ACN urges IG to probe arms interception in Ogun - The Nation Newspaper

'Furniture for Barrister's new house arrived Nigeria day he died' - Nigerian Tribune

UN chief, Nigerian president spoke on Cote d'Ivoire - Xinhua

Two explosions hit Nigeria's southern city: media report - Xinhua

NFF budgets N6.8bn for 2011 - The Nation Newspaper

NFF sacks Owumi as NPL chairman - The Nation Newspaper

A campaign like no other - The Nation Newspaper

ACN national convention: Matters arising - Nigerian Tribune

Africa celebrates Nigeria over port reforms - Vanguard

PDP cannot win Lagos, says Tinubu - WorldStage

US seeks speedy prosecution of Jos violence culprits - Nigeria Daily Independent

NFF Appoints Shorunmu To Assist Siasia - P.M. News

Nigeria's Premier League Boss Sacked - P.M. News

Explosion wounds 2 people at rally in Nigeria - Washington Post

Christian Aid Seeks Relief for Jos Survivors of Christmas Eve Bomb Attacks - Christian News Wire (press release)

Nigeria removes NPL chief -

WikiLeaks Reveals (More) Foul Play in Pfizer Drug Case - Hartford Advocate

After Online Protest, Sotheby's Withdraws African Mask From Sale - New York Times (blog)

Nigeria removes Premier League chief -

Nigeria Christmas violence death toll rises to 80 - Christian Today - India

TNS acquires majority stake in Nigeria's Research and Marketing Services - Research Magazine

2011 - Buhari, Saraki Hold Talks in Kwara -

Deadly War in Rivers-Six Die, Houses Burnt Over Man-U, Arsenal -

Citizens Score PHCN Low in 2010 -

Obasanjo Slumps At Church Service -

Bombs hit Nigerian political rally: witness - Reuters

2011 - Zoning May Win It for Atiku -New Poll -

Jos Bombings - FCT Police On Red Alert -

The president is threatened by a fraying amnesty - The Economist

Nigeria's 1st Porn Movie Selling Fast - XBiz

ACN Raises Alarm Over Plan To Impeach Gov. Aregbesola - P.M. News

Nigeria's Niger Delta Called Pacified - Voice of America

2010, Year of Mixed Blessings -

Trovan - Pfizer, Compensation And Matters Arising -

Airtel to extend Nigerian rural coverage -

Nigerian Human Rights Campaigner Killed by Gunmen at His Home - Bloomberg

Perpetrators Wanted to Stop Congress - Jang -

Nigerian held with fake currency in Chandigarh - Sify

NFF AGA In Uyo: 2012 Nations Cup, London Olympics Top Agenda - P.M. News

Nigeria Blames Islamic Group for Attack in Borno - Bloomberg

Serap Wants Masterminds of Jos Violence Surrendered to ICC -

Islamist sect kills 3 in fresh Nigeria attack - Reuters Africa

Death toll from Nigerian bomb blast continues to rise -

Responsibility Claim Diversionary -Police -

Police: Nigeria radical Muslim sect wounds 3 - Fox News

Jos Crisis Political -Sultan, Oritsejafor -

Campaign Bus Intercepted With Arms, PDP Cards -

Police: Nigeria radical Muslim sect wounds 3 - Washington Post

Fayemi's Wife Effects Release of Five Inmates -

Islamist sect kills 3 in fresh Nigeria attack - police - Reuters

Jos Bombings Targetted At PDP Congresses - Jang -

Kwara State Govt to Boost Education With N2 Billion -

Islamist sect kills 3 in fresh Nigeria attack - police - Reuters Africa

Niger Delta Development - The Journey So Far -

Goodluck/Sambo Campaign Vehicle Intercepted Over Arms -

How Abuja Celebrated Christmas -

Jos - SSS, Police Begin Manhunt for Sect Leader -

CPC/ACN Alliance Talks On Course - Lai Mohammed -

Jos, Maiduguri violence political, say Sultan, CAN – The Guardian - Nigerian Bulletin

Jos Bombings - Olaniyi Undergoes Surgery -

The Reality of Terrorism -

Jos Harvest of Deaths, 'I Wish It Will Not Happen Again' -

Man gets 27 months in Nigerian e-mail scam - Greenville News

Jos Bomb Blasts: NIREC, MSSN condemn killings... fish out perpetrators - Nigerian Observer

Islamist sect claims responsibility for bombings - National Post

Religious Violence Returns to Nigeria - The Epoch Times

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Nigeria's deal to drop Cheney charges called illegal - Raw Story

Islamist sect claims responsibility for Nigerian bombings - National Post

PDP rejects calls for postponement of Delta gov rerun - Nigerian Tribune

Meat company negotiates N300m contract with Nigerian Army - NEXT

Jos Christmas Eve Bombings - a Dangerous Novelty -

Sect admits Nigerian bombings Iran hangs man for spying for Israel Eight ... - Irish Times

Only Buhari can change Nigeria, says Asuquo - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian Idol, first group of ten to release album - NEXT

Tensions High in Nigeria after Christians Killed in Bombings - Christian Today -- Australia

Suspected Islamists kill two in northern police - AFP

Nigeria unrest claims 86 lives - Press TV

FACTBOX-What is Nigeria's Boko Haram? - Reuters Africa

Youths Refuse to be Consoled -

Death toll in Nigerian violence hits 80 -

FOCUS 2011:ACN: Itching for the driver's seat - Nigeria Daily Independent

How 'Piracy' Helped Establish The Dominance Of Nigerian Films - Techdirt

Nigerian gets 10-year RI for drug trafficking - Times of India

Factbox: What is Nigeria's Boko Haram? - Reuters

Nigeria violence: Jos death toll rises - BBC News

Suspected Islamic sect says behind Nigeria attacks - Reuters Africa

Atiku Abubakar, Man of Peace -

MSU Researchers try to stem polio in Nigeria - Michigan Radio

In Search of Power Solution Through Natural Means -

Jihadist Group Claims Nigerian Bombings - P.M. News

Crises in South-East State Varsities -

Atiku's Inciting Comment -

Radical Nigerian Muslim group claims attacks which left 38 dead - Ynetnews

Another Journalist Killed in Jos Crisis -

Jonathan's Campaign and Tafida's Dilemma -

Xmas Eve Blast - ARP Threatens Court Action Against Jonathan, FG -

NPL Monitors Jos Bomb Blast -

May We Never See 2010 Again! -

Perpetrators of Jos Bomb Blasts to Face Justice -CDS -

2011 - Exploiting Religion for Political Ends -

Ballots, Not Words, As Weapons! -

President Jonathan - Courageous Or Weak? -

Radical Nigerian Muslim group claims attacks - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Radical Nigerian Muslim group claims attacks - The Associated Press

Death toll of bomb blasts reaches 80 in Nigeria's Jos - Xinhua

Bombings - Calm Returns to Jos -

We Know Where John Togo is, Says Army Chief -

Plateau Govt Flays Reprisals -

Timeline: Ethnic and religious unrest in Nigeria - Reuters

Muslim Group Claims Attacks on Two Nigerian Cities - Bloomberg

The Bar Loses a Gem -

Cancellation of Primaries in Enugu , Oyo States -

Tax Evasion - Product of Inconsistent Policy Administration -

2011 - Atiku, Jonathan Not the Messiah - Tsav -

Nigeria says at least 80 died in Jos attacks - Reuters Africa

Plateau Utd Player Hit By Jos Blast -

Death toll in Jos crisis rises to 80 - Afrique en Ligue

Death toll from Nigerian unrest at least 86 - Daily Nation

PR Strategy for Free and Fair Elections -

2011: CPC, ACN may announce pact today – Daily Trust - Nigerian Bulletin

Nigeria Agency Says Deaths From Jos City Blasts Now 80 - BusinessWeek

Why Polo Could Die As Sport in Southern Nigeria - THISDAY

Dick Cheney's 'Get Out of Jail Free' Card - CBS News

Nigeria Emergency Agency Says Deaths From Jos Blasts Now 80 - BusinessWeek

Bomb blasts raise stakes in deadly Nigerian power struggle - Montreal Gazette

Party calls for shift in Delta gubernatorial election - NEXT

Ambition rocks alliance talks between ACN and CPC - NEXT

Monday, December 27, 2010

Official says 3 men arrested with bombs in Nigeria - CNN International

As terrorists make Nigeria a safe haven - Nigeria Daily Independent

Erosion of critical values, bane of Nigeria's greatness -Fashola - Nigerian Tribune

CPC, ACN alliance knocks out Ribadu - Vanguard

The Real War on Christmas - Power Line (blog)

I'll be Nigeria's best boxer, says Agbaje - The Nation Newspaper

Pope condemns church bombings in Nigeria, Philippines - The Underground

Of treason, treasonable rhetoric and aspiring presidents - Vanguard

'ACN will defeat PDP in Rivers ' - The Nation Newspaper

IBB would soon dump Atiku for Jonathan –Daboh - Daily Sun

14 killed in fresh clashes after Christmas attacks in Nigeria - Times of India

Zenith, First Bank, UBA may control 60% banking - Nigeria Daily Independent

Oyo now has opportunity to flush out PDP – Adebisi - Nigeria Daily Independent

Consumers council alleges exploitation of consumers by PHCN - WorldStage

Nigeria's Jos remains tense after Christmas terror attacks - Christian Science Monitor

Nigerian Churches Bombed at Christmas - The New American

Jos bomb blasts aimed at destabilising Nigeria, says PDP chieftain - Vanguard

Law to recognise traditional institution in Nigeria coming - WorldStage

Toll in Nigeria blasts reaches 80 - Sify

Religious fighting threatens Nigeria poll -

Tension as ACN tackles PDP over Lagos by-election - Vanguard

Nigerian Police Dispatched to Jos in Effort to Control Violence - Voice of America

Wafu champions Sharks back in Nigeria -

Nigeria seeks to contain violence after Christmas attacks - Christian Science Monitor

Riot police out on streets in Nigerian city -

Wafu champions Sharks arrive in Nigeria -

Did Pfizer Bribe Its Way Out of Criminal Charges in Nigeria? - The Atlantic

New reports of violence emerge in central Nigeria - Washington Post

Security boosted in central Nigeria after attacks - Reuters Africa

Opposition faults Akala over doctors' strike - NEXT

Supporters rally to draft candidate to ACN - NEXT

Death toll in Nigeria attacks rises to at least 41: police - Hindustan Times

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Condemns Blasts in Nigeria That Killed 32 - Bloomberg

UN Chief Condemns Deadly Ethnic Clashes In Nigeria - RTT News

Nigerian league game faces venue change -

Renewed clashes in Nigeria after bombings - euronews

TOP Oil Market News: Oil Rises to Two-Year High; Nigeria Blasts - Bloomberg

How could Cheney not know? - Toledo Blade

PDP seeks cancellation of Ekiti by-election result - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Jos - 8 Feared Dead in Fresh Hostilities -

Blizzard hits Northeast...SKorea leader talks tough...Nigeria hit by violence - 9&10 News

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Jonathan campaign organisation slams Atiku on remarks on economy - Nigerian Tribune

Party financing, incumbency and fair elections - NEXT

I'll make Nigeria a disciplined society -Buhari - Nigerian Tribune

UN chief condemns Nigeria clashes - BBC News

UN condemns 'deplorable' Nigeria violence - BBC News

Terror Attacks In Nigeria, Pakistan over Christmas Weekend - Arirang News

UN's Ban 'appalled' by Nigeria violence - Straits Times

Ethnic violence breaks out in central Nigeria - Irish Times

Delta Airlines fly two million passengers from Africa - NEXT

TOP Oil Market News: Oil Falls From Two-Year High; Nigeria Blast - Bloomberg

Ban condemns Nigerian violence -

League sponsorship case drags - NEXT

Atiku's politics of entitlement - Vanguard

When ACN Faithful Gathered in Benin - THISDAY

Well said - The Nation Newspaper

UN chief appalled by deadly violence in Nigeria - UN News Centre

Where is Nigeria? South Africa invited to join BRIC - Modern Ghana

Globacom drags NPL to court - Vanguard

Buhari says PDP is Nigeria's problem - The Nation Newspaper

MSU seeks to improve polio vaccination in Nigeria - Chicago Tribune

Monumental corruption makes investors shun Nigeria -Buhari - Daily Sun

2011 AAG: NSC uncovers plot to stop Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Jonathan Brings Back the Book - Nigeria Daily Independent

Atiku challenges Jonathan to a debate - WorldStage

Buhari promises to industrialize Nigeria if elected President - WorldStage

Boko Haram suspects attack church, kill 6 - Vanguard

Fresh clashes in central Nigeria - BBC News

Pope condemns Christmas Day violence -

38 Killed in Nigeria Christmas Weekend Attacks - Christian Post

Nigeria gives reasons for dropping charges against ex-US VP - African Manager

Religious clashes flare in central Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Jonathan Pledges to Track Down Jos Bombers - Voice of America

Religious leaders urge end to persecution - The Australian

Clashes in Nigerian city after bombings - Herald Sun

Radical Muslims blamed as bomb and gun attacks kill 40 in Nigeria - The Guardian

Religious clashes in Nigeria - Winnipeg Sun

Religious clashes in Nigeria - Toronto Sun

Ikorodu: ACN Seeks Legal Redress After PDP's Victory - P.M. News

Associated Air Cargo is grounded in Nigeria - Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)

Why We Struck Halliburton Deal - Waziri -

More Casualties Recorded in Jos Bomb Blasts -

At least one killed in new clashes in central media report - Xinhua

Pope denounces Filippino, Nigeria church attacks - Philippine Star

Religious clashes flare in central Nigeria - Reuters UK

Religious clashes flare in central Nigeria - Reuters

Houses set alight in Jos, Nigeria -

Christmas weekend violence kills 38 in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Pope denounces Filippino, Nigeria church attacks, urges peace, reconciliation - Winnipeg Free Press

Troops patrol Nigerian city after deadly attacks - AFP

Troops patrol Nigerian city after deadly Christmas attacks - Times LIVE

Underwear bomb case: Charges grow to include terrorist act - Detroit Free Press

No Leadership Tussle in NPL - NSC -

Bloody Christmas Eve in Nigeria - euronews

Nigerian Military Chief Sees Jos Bombing as Terrorism -

Nigeria vows to hunt bomb suspects -

Nigeria probes deadly bomb blasts - BBC News

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Women's football gets no love - NEXT

Jos Xmas Eve Blast - 32 People Confirmed Dead, 74 Hospitalised -

Administrative crises keep success at bay - NEXT

Questions for Christmas - NEXT

Why Jonathan won't be PDP's candidate, by Atiku - Vanguard

President Jonathan's reading campaign - NEXT

Study ranks Nigeria high in internet usage - The Nation Newspaper

'Nigeria has a lot to learn from China' - The Nation Newspaper

Sports Development and Education in Nigeria (2) - The Nation Newspaper

Bomb And Church Attacks Across Country -

Nigerian music industry in'10: The high and low points - Vanguard

Nigerian Villages and Churches Are Struck in Deadly Attacks - New York Times

Nigeria is pampering him – Igwebeze - Vanguard

Terror attacks kill dozens in Nigeria, Pakistan; Nigerian governor calls it a ... - New York Daily News

Christmas Eve Attacks in Nigeria Kill at Least 38 - Voice of America

WikiLeaks: Shell's astonishing revelations about Nigerian corruption - Royal Dutch Shell plc .com

Six Killed in Christmas Eve Church Attack in Nigeria -

Violence in Nigeria Leaves Dozens Dead - Wall Street Journal

Christmas Eve attacks kill at least 38 in Nigeria - AFP

Christmas Eve bombs kill 31 in Nigeria -

Christmas Eve attacks kill at least 38 in Nigeria - Africasia

Globacom taking NPL to court over deal -

2 churches attacked in northern Nigeria - Washington Post

Death toll at 32 in central Nigeria Christmas Eve attacks - Times of India

Christmas Eve church attacks in Nigeria kill six: military - Radio Netherlands

Globacom goes to court over MTN deal -

2 churches attacked in northern Nigeria - Houston Chronicle

At least 20 killed in Nigeria's Jos bomb blasts - Xinhua

Christmas Eve attacks kill at least 26 in Nigeria - Vancouver Sun

Christmas Eve bombs hit Nigerian city -

Akala Acusses Agrieved PDP Leaders of Empty Threats -

Christmas Eve church attacks, blasts kill 14 in Nigeria - Africasia

Christmas Eve church attacks in Nigeria kill six: military - AFP

Suspected Bomb Blasts Kill at Least 20 in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Police seek to calm Nigerian city after deadly blasts - Times LIVE

22 Roasted to Death in Asaba, Bauchi Road Crashes -

At least 11 killed in Xmas Eve blasts - Ynetnews

Nigerian Author Publishes New Book - Benzinga

At least 11 killed in Xmas Eve blasts - Washington Post

At least 11 killed in bomb blasts in Nigeria -

At least 11 dead in Christmas Eve blasts - USA Today

20 Killed in Jos Bomb Blasts -

Friday, December 24, 2010

Onuoha Not Interested In Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria'll Give Awo Stadium A Facelift -Ekeji - Nigerian Tribune

Seven killed in Nigeria bomb attacks - The Hindu

Christmas Eve Bomb Blasts Claim Six in Jos -Several Injured -

Jonathan, Atiku, governors, others task Nigerians at Christmas - The Nation Newspaper

Religious leaders sue for peace at Christmas - Vanguard

Dick Cheney and Halliburton avoid bribery charges in Nigeria ... by forking ... - Los Angeles Times (blog)

Official: Christmas Eve bombings in Nigeria leave dead, injured - CNN International

Nigeria LNG Plant Shut over Power Outage - THISDAY

W African leaders meet in Nigeria to end row in Ivory Coast - MSN India

Blast in Nigerian flashpoint city kills at least 8: police - AFP

Deadly blast in central Nigeria - BBC News

Suspected Islamists attack Nigerian church: military - AFP

At least five people have been killed in an explosion near Nigeria's central ... - BBC News

Blast in Nigeria kills eight: police - Ninemsn

Green: Nigeria Drops Bribery Charges Against Cheney - New York Times (blog)

Football Sponsorship Column - Nigerian Football Dispute; Henry, Anelka Donate ... - World Football Insider

Protest Rocks in Ekiti Over Proposed Federal Varsity -

China to fund $900m projects in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

3 refineries closed due to sabotage - BusinessWeek

Iranian charged in arms case granted bail - Washington Post

Mills to join other ECOWAS leaders in Nigeria over Ivory Coast crisis -

Nigeria LNG Plant on Bonny Island Shut Down Over Power Outage - Bloomberg

Military Back in 'Operation Thunderstorm' in Edo -

Halliburton - EFCC Gets Leave to Arraign Six More Suspects -

Budget 2011 - FG Votes N347.2 Billion for Critical Infrastructure -

Suspected Iranian Arms Smuggler Gets Bail In Nigeria - RTT News

Govt Appoints New Helmsmen for NPA, NIMASA -

Ojukwu Flown to UK in Air Ambulance -

Nigeria grants bail to Iran arms shipment suspect - Reuters Africa

Missing DDC Machines - Suspects Granted Bail -

Court Grants Suspected Gun Runners Bail -

Funds from China fuel China-Africa debate - Afrik-news

Politics-Atiku Abubakar, the price of desperation - Afrique en Ligue

NSE Market Capitalization Gains N92 Billion in Two Days -

Edo ACN, Minister On War Path -

NAICOM Presents Guidelines for Oil and Gas Insurance -

Nigeria grants bail to Iranian held over arms shipment -

Nigeria drops charges against Halliburton, Cheney - Workers World

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Nigeria evacuates diplomats to Ghana - GhanaWeb

Okah Gets New Appeal Date -

Nigeria, United Arab Emirates may be stops on Manny Pacquiao's World Tour -

Ojukwu flown to a hospital in United Kingdom - NEXT

Equities' capitalisation records gains - NEXT

Iranian granted bail in Nigeria - BBC News

Arms shipment: UN team visits Nigeria in January - Nigerian Tribune

Ex-Nigeria trainer fumes at Gyan Caf snb - Ghanasoccernet

3 refineries closed due to sabotage - TODAYonline

UN experts to visit over seized arms - Washington Post

China to fund $900m projects in Nigeria -

Nigerian antigraft body grills FIFA official Adamu - USA Today

Nigeria says to borrow 900 million dollars - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria to Cut Spending 29%, Boost Infrastructure - Bloomberg

Nigeria borrows $900 million from Chinese bank - Reuters Africa

NIGERIA: International gemstone centre for Ibadan - Vanguard

Nigeria police affairs, sports ministers resign - Reuters Africa

Sustainability Talks in Unsustainable Cancun -

Cheney off the hook, but Halliburton pays for alleged bribes - Mother Nature Network (blog)

Nigeria secures $900m loan from China to boost infrastructure for rail ... - Winnipeg Free Press

The Oil and the Glory: Do Nigerian oilmen think Americans are suckers? - Foreign Policy

Nigerian sex slave rescue 'fails' - BBC News

Ojukwu is flown abroad - NEXT

Afren provides development update on Ebok field in Nigeria - Trading Markets (press release)

Anti-graft agency grills disgraced Nigerian FIFA official - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria's Oil Company Has 40 Days of Fuel Supplies - Bloomberg

Nigerian Musician Dares Sidney - GhanaWeb

Nigeria has 40-day stock of fuel despite refinery closures: NNPC - Platts

Nigeria anti-graft body seizes Adamu's passport -

Building the Road to Prosperity -

Eucharia Relishes Team, Player Awards -

Taiwo Sets Bayern Against Borussia Dortmund -

Ogoli - Maigari Inaugurates Panel -

NSE - Market Capitalisation Sheds N10.6 Billion in Two Days -

ETB Will Remain Customers' Delight - Folayan -

2011 Budget - Mark Gives Condition for Final Passage -

Vandals - NNPC Shuts Warri, Kaduna, Port Harcourt Refineries -

Amos Adamu Weeps Before House Committee -

2011 - Jonathan, Atiku Not Qualified -

FG to Review Electricity Tariff -

PHCN - FG Begins Full Commercialisation -

PHCN's Successor Firms Disallowed Assessors Into Their Facilities ... -

Atiku Abubakar - the Price of Desperation -

Afren Says Phase 1 Ebok Well Should Exceed 15000 BPD - Bloomberg

UTME As the River Between -

League Sponsorship - NSC Committee Absolves NPL of Blame -

Nigeria probes suspended FIFA executive Adamu - Sify

Nigeria probes suspended FIFA executive Adamu - Bombay News

Shell Pays $10 Million Fine to Nigerian Government - Royal Dutch Shell plc .com

N24 Billion Coja Fund - EFCC Arrests Amos Adamu -

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

180 Million USD Bribery Scam: Nigeria To Net 255 Million US Dollars - P.M. News

EFCC arrests Amos Adamu - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Cheney's Christmas Present: A Massive Payoff Allows Him to Avoid Criminal ... - The Nation. (blog)

Agency warns PHCN against extortion of Nigerians - NEXT

Action Congress of Nigeria wins Ekiti by-election - NEXT

Nigeria not yet integrated into global economy - NEXT

I will win in Oyo, says Lanlehin - The Nation Newspaper

Law makers support govt on PHCN's privatisation - The Nation Newspaper

There are many leaks in the Nigerian petroleum industry, says Dr. Abhulimen - Nigerian Compass (blog)

EFCC interrogates Adamu -

Cote d'Ivoire – Warning To Nigeria - Vanguard

Shell Pays $10 Million Fine to Nigerian Government - Bloomberg

Nigeria probes suspended FIFA executive Adamu - Monsters and

Halliburton agrees to settle with Nigeria's government - Oil & Gas Journal

Arrested Nigeria militant in unknown location - lawyer - Reuters Africa

Nigeria pipeline sabotage shuts three refineries - AFP

Arrested Nigeria militant in unknown location: lawyer - Reuters Africa

Nigerian FIFA exec quizzed in anti-corruption probe - AFP

Halliburton pays $35m to Nigeria over graft case -

Arrested Nigeria militant in unknown location-lawyer - Reuters Africa

Arrested Nigeria militant in unknown location-lawyer - Reuters UK

Nigeria gov't drops charges against Halliburton, former US VP Cheney in $35m ... - Winnipeg Free Press

Nigerian oil refineries shut after pipeline attacks: NNPC - Platts

Nigeria shuts refineries after pipeline attacks - Reuters Africa

Halliburton settles Nigeria bribery case -

Controversy Trails Siting of Federal University in Ekiti -

News Analysis: Sunset For Ex-Biafran Warlord? - P.M. News

FTN Cocoa of Nigeria Retreats the Most in Two Weeks as Profit Declines 94% - Bloomberg

Halliburton settles with Nigeria -

Nigeria Evacuates Diplomats' Families From Ivory Coast as Tensions Mount - Bloomberg

Gov Orji Declares for 2011 Abia Governorship Race -

Senate Slams Presidency Over Budget Delay -

Ojukwu On Life Support -

Between Industry Reforms and Return On Investment -

Ivory Coast: Nigeria withdraws delegates and citizens - Afrik-news

Attempted Murder of Alex Ibru - Al-Mustapha, Others Cleared -

ACN vows to win more states, returns Akande, others – The Guardian - Nigerian Bulletin

2011 - Atiku Forged Opinion Poll - Jonathan Campaign Organisation -

INEC to De-Register Political Parties After Elections -

AMCON's Crucial Outing -

Cyber Criminals Target Smartphones -

Nigeria Bars Unregistered Insurers From Oil, Gas, Guardian Says - Bloomberg

Halliburton will pay to settle Nigeria bribery case - Houston Chronicle

Charles Okah denied bail on kidnapping charges - Mail & Guardian Online

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

PDP yanks off poll result from website - NEXT

Halliburton to Pay Nigeria $35M Settlement - CBS News

Mega Party'll spring surprise in 2011 - Daily Sun

Pro-zoning advocates hijack Abuja hotels •Ahead PDP convention •President's ... - Nigerian Tribune

Halliburton settles Nigeria bribery claims for $35 million - CNN

Halliburton settles Nigeria bribery claims - CNN

Okah denied bail in Nigeria - Independent Online

Nigeria's future is bright with ACN, says Fashola - NEXT

Tinubu, Akande, Bugaje: PDP is killing democracy - The Nation Newspaper

Yobo wins Siasia's heart - The Nation Newspaper

Good luck has limit, Tinubu tells PDP - Nigeria Daily Independent

INEC and the challenge of insecurity - Nigeria Daily Independent

Charles Okah, 3 others facing kidnapping, terrorism charges denied bail - Winnipeg Free Press

Halliburton To Pay $35 Million To Settle Nigeria Bribery Charges - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Halliburton agrees to pay $35 mln in Nigeria graft case - AFP

Chevron suspends production in Nigeria as ExxonMobil, Shell resume - PennEnergy- Energy News (press release)

Nigeria Drops Bribery Charges Against Cheney, Halliburton After $250M Deal Struck - Fox News

Reps okay importation of toothpicks, bottled water, others - WorldStage

Shell lifts month-old force majeure - BusinessWeek

Nigeria evacuates its diplomats from Ivory Coast - Reuters Africa

Terror suspects denied bail in Nigeria - MSN India

Shell lifts month-old force majeure after fixing pipeline ... - Winnipeg Free Press

Halliburton to Pay Nigeria $35 Million to Settle Bribery Case - Wall Street Journal

Akande returns as ACN chairnman as party vows to wrestle power from PDP - Vanguard

Nigeria poll chief tells of fears - Daily Nation

Gold Fever Kills Villagers in Nigeria (GLD, GOLD) - Benzinga

Emenike opts to fly with Eagles - BBC Sport

Halliburton Settles Nigerian Suit For $35 Million - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Court Denies Bail to Four Defendants on Terror, Treason Charges - Bloomberg

President launches Facebook novel - AfricaNews

Airline Livery of the Week: Air Midest (Nigeria) - Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)

Halliburton Agrees To Pay $35 Million To Settle Nigeria Bribery Case - NASDAQ

New Revenue Sharing Formula in Offing -

Halliburton Confirms Agreement to Settle with Federal Government of Nigeria - EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)

The Constitution And Extra-Judicial Killings -

Chevron halts work in Nigeria -

Lagos Congress - Aggrieved ACN Members Sue Party -

Zambeef FY profit up 24 pct, eyes Nigeria listing - Reuters

My One-Term Deal With Governors - Jonathan -

Jega Raises Fresh Fears Over 2011 General Elections -

Atiku Leads Jonathan in PDP Opinion Poll -

Europe-Bound Passengers Still Stranded -

Shell resumes shipments at key Nigerian terminal - AFP

Corruption - Produce Evidence Against Me - Atiku -

Shell resumes shipments at key Nigerian terminal - Times LIVE

Privatisation Won't Ensure Stable Electricity - PHCN Workers -

Nigeria Plans a New Revenue-Sharing Formula, Guardian Reports - Bloomberg

Nigerian's in Diaspora Back Jonathan - Nigerian Observer

'2 Oil Majors, AES Contribute 31% to Nigeria's Power Supply' - THISDAY

Monday, December 20, 2010

African Gold Rush Kills Children as Miners Discover Lead Dust - BusinessWeek

Oil Production Drops, as Chevron Shuts Facility -

Publish or Perish - By Charles Kenny - Foreign Policy

Gold Rush Sparks Lead Poisoning In Nigeria - Bloomberg

Chevron says oil pipeline damaged - BusinessWeek

Jonathan/Sambo ticket offers Nigeria most credible leadership - President - Nigerian Tribune

Rebranding Nigeria's leadership - Nigerian Tribune

Climate Change: US committed to working with Nigeria - Nigerian Tribune

Eni Unit Reaches $32.5 Million Settlement With Nigeria - Wall Street Journal (blog)

SINGAPORE DAYBOOK: Noble Brazil Sugar Buy, Wilmar Nigeria JV - Bloomberg

Nigeria's oil production drops, as Chevron shuts - Nigeria Daily Independent

Chinese imitations popularize coral beads - Bloomberg

Chevron shuts Nigeria pipeline after attack -

Oil falls despite freeze, Nigeria as dollar rallies - Reuters Africa

President launches book of Facebook posts - Washington Post

Nigeria Drops Bribery Charges Against Former Vice President Dick Cheney - ABC News

Chinese imitations make coral beads accessible to more than just Nigeria's rich - Winnipeg Free Press

Chevron confirms blown oil pipeline - BusinessWeek

Exxon restarts some Nigeria Oso condensate output - Reuters Africa

Chevron says oil pipeline damaged - Forbes

Emenike bows to Siasia, chooses Nigeria -

Eni Unit Reaches $32.5 Million Settlement Deal With Nigeria - Fox Business

Exxon restarts some Nigeria Oso condensate output - Reuters

Shell Lifted Force Majeure On Nigeria Bonny Light Tuesday - Wall Street Journal

Chevron confirms blown oil pipeline 2 days after militants claimed attack - (blog)

Chevron confirms blown oil pipeline 2 days after militants claimed attack - Winnipeg Free Press

Atiku: Jonathan Bribing Delegates - P.M. News

Wema Bank of Nigeria's Placement Offer 81% Subscribed - Bloomberg

Rising Debt Profile - Dilemma of Lagos, Kaduna, Others -

Still Single, Despite the Fame -

Synchronica Gets $0.56 Mln Order From Nigerian Unit Of Pan-African Group - RTT News

Chevron confirms blown oil pipeline 2 days after militants claimed ... -

PZ Cussons to expand presence in Nigeria - Manchester Evening News

CAF Player of the Year - Who Deserves the Crown? -

Chevron Shuts Nigeria Oil Pipeline After Attack - ABC News

PZ Cussons Says Nigerian Palm-Oil Venture May Gross 'Millions' - Bloomberg

Air Nigeria Set to Commence Flights to Enugu - Nigerian Bulletin

2011 - PDP Must Win Lagos - Jonathan -

PDP Presidential Primary - Fresh Plot to Stop Atiku -

NUEE Gives FG, PHCN 21-Day Ultimatum -

Senators, Reps Cut 2011 National Assembly Budget By 30 Percent -

PZ Cussons To Expand Presence In Food, Nutrition Category In Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Sanusi wants govt to protect Nigerian businesses – The Guardian - Nigerian Bulletin

Investigate Statements By Atiku, Babangida - MDS -

How Well Are Orphans And Vulnerable Children Provided For? -

Between Campaign And Treasonable Statements -

PZ Cussons To Expand Presence In Food, Nutrition Category In Nigeria - Fox Business

Babangida Group Declares Support for Jonathan -

Jonathan Not Fighting North, Says Shekarau -

Chevron says shuts Nigeria oil pipeline after attack - Reuters

As Jonathan/Sambo Campaign Goes Neighbour to Neighbour -

I Won't Prosecute Past Leaders - Buhari -

Abia ACN Holds Congress, Elects Officers -

Chevron confirms breach of Nigerian pipeline - AFP

Chevron confirms breach of Nigerian oil pipeline - Times LIVE

Justice in Undisciplined Society is Always Misunderstood - GhanaWeb

Globacom seeks justice over loss of sponsorship rights - NEXT

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Jonathan, Atiku Feud Threatens National Security - Acn -

Atiku Abubakar's call to arms - NEXT

Of Nigerian Entrepreneurs and Bank Debts - THISDAY

Who Raised Motion for Independence? - THISDAY

Nigeria loses N.7bn, as Chevron shuts down stations •JTF arrests Togo's son ... - Nigerian Tribune

No one can replace Awo, Enahoro -Tinubu - Nigerian Tribune

2011: PDP's internal crisis, threatening Nigeria's existence -ACN - Nigerian Tribune

Empowering Nigerian Women: Insight, Ideas and Strategy - Vanguard

Defending Nigeria's democracy, beyond INEC – Fayemi - Vanguard

Carrington mourns Enahoro - The Nation Newspaper

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria, free markets, and limits of state ... - Vanguard

'ACN has bright future' - The Nation Newspaper

The Cheney damp squib - The Nation Newspaper

… PDP wants to sink Nigeria -ACN - Daily Sun

...Clearer Nigerian agenda needed, - Nigeria Daily Independent

A tribute to Pa Anthony Enahoro - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria bigger than PDP, ACN, Labour Party tell - Nigeria Daily Independent

Enahoro gave his all to Nigeria – Chime - Vanguard

Okuku ACN Raises Alarm Over Oyinlola, PDP's Plan To Attack Members - Osun Defender

Why Nigerian industries are collapsing – Sanusi - Vanguard

Why we're flying Nigerian route, by United Airlines - Vanguard

PDP wasted 12 years of Nigeria's democracy, says CPC - Vanguard

Dutch Parliament to hold public hearing on Niger Delta crisis - WorldStage

Return of Nigerian Taliban has U.S. diplomats worried about country's oil -

$250 Million Buys Dick Cheney Out Of Nigeria Bribery Charges - allvoices

Iranian arms cache causes diplomatic rift in W.Africa - AFP

Halliburton Pays Nigeria $250 Million to Drop Charges against Dick Cheney - AllGov

2011: RPN Vows To Introduce Change, Good Governance - Nigerian Observer

Pray For Us TO Do The Right Thing- Jonathan - Nigerian Observer

50 million to pray for Nigeria - NEXT

Afegbua Condoles With The Enahoros - Nigerian Observer

'Violent Change' and Matters Arising - THISDAY

We must sustain the ideals and values of Enahoro –Makinde - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Radical Muslim sect again stalks northern Nigeria - Jerusalem Post

Christians in Nigeria demand more government protection from terrorists - The Underground

Rangers, Shooting Stars rekindle age-old rivalry - NEXT

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Awolowo, Enahoro, Williams and Nigerian Television - NEXT

Nigeria drops bribery charge against Cheney - Boston Globe

2011 elections will determine Nigeria's future – Buhari - Vanguard

Abdulmutallab: One Year After A Botched Mission - THISDAY

ACN Congresses: Testing the waters ahead of 2011 - Nigerian Tribune

Enahoro If the dead could talk... — Osundare - Nigerian Tribune

Re: Join Goodluck Jonathan to transform Nigeria - The Nation Newspaper

The political economy of the Niger Delta struggle - Nigerian Tribune

Don't set Nigeria on fire –Arewa youths warns - Daily Sun

Nigeria militants claim attack on oil facilities - AFP

Last moments of Fuji King, Ayinde Barrister - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Nigeria militants claim attacks on oil facilities - Reuters

Nigeria Rebels Claim Responsibility for Attacks on Delta Oil Flow Stations - Bloomberg

Radical Muslim sect again stalks northern Nigeria - Bloomberg

Radical Muslim sect again stalks northern Nigeria - Washington Post

Radical Muslim sect again stalks northern Nigeria - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Nigeria's Budgets and Oil Revenue - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Nigeria drops charges against Halliburton, Cheney - The Africa Report

Clara Oshiomhole's Body Arrives Edo for Burial -

Northern Consensus, Biggest Fraud - Gov Shekarau -

LG Air Conditioning Academy Holds Training Course for LG Staff in Nigeria - Zawya

Cheney, Halliburton charges dropped - Montreal Gazette

Nigeria to export fewer Qua Iboe, Bonny cargoes in February - The Africa Report

Friday, December 17, 2010

Cheney - US Hails Deal With Nigeria -

2011: The challenge this time - The Nation Newspaper

Globacom blasts NPL - The Nation Newspaper

How I Lured Barrister Into Nigeria Army - Kollington - Nigerian Tribune

For $250M, Nigeria drops bribery charges against Cheney, Halliburton - USA Today

Nigeria drops Cheney graft charges -

NIGERIA: Corruption-fed unrest in Delta keeps communities in turmoil -

Will Nwodo's reform save PDP? - Nigeria Daily Independent

+ Double loss for Edo, Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Delta Air Lines Seeks Pact With Air Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria Drops Bribery Charges Against Cheney, Others - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Nigeria Drops Charges Against Cheney -

Nigeria drops charges against Cheney - ABC Online

Nigeria drops bribery charges against Dick Cheney, others - International Business Times

Man Accused Of Raping Pitt Student Arrested In California - WPXI Pittsburgh

Nigeria Withdraws Charges Against Cheney, Halliburton - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Fidelity Bank eyes acquisitions, growth - Reuters Africa

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: AccessKenya, Fan Milk, UBA of Nigeria Move - Bloomberg

Cheney off the hook -

Nigerian Fuji Artiste, Ayinde Barrister, has died at 62. - NgEX

UBA of Nigeria Climbs After Saying Bond Sale Fully Subscribed - Bloomberg

Nigeria's President Gets Governors' Support For Re-election - RTT News

Remembering Sikiru Ayinde Barrister: Fuji Music Creator - Huffington Post (blog)

Nigeria drops case against former US VP Cheney - Forbes

2011 ELECTION: Nigerian COURT CLEARS roadblock FOR INEC - P.M. News

Nigeria ruling party sets Jan. primary date - Washington Post

Nigerian Ruling Party Governors Back Jonathan - BusinessWeek

League sponsorship deal not gift - Jaja -

Feature: The Oil Sector: What Ghana can learn from Nigeria -

Fashola Wants Corrupt INEC Officials Sacked -

Nigeria's ruling party to hold primaries on Jan 13 - Reuters

Halliburton Scam - EFCC Settles for US$250 Million -

Nigeria Players Threaten To Boycott League - Nigerian Observer

Ten Killed in Lagos Pipeline Explosion -

Fidelity Bank Gets Nod for International Licence -

Another Strike By Electricity Workers! -

Fuji Exponent, Ayinde Barrister, Dies At 62 - Fayemi Mourns -

Expect Poll Results At Booths - Jega -

Nigeria Reduces Parliament's 2011 Spending, Punch Reports - Bloomberg

Nigerian Ruling Party Governors Back Jonathan as Candidate - BusinessWeek

Asset Corporation buys rescued bank loans - NEXT

Nigeria's opposition party pays tribute to late Anthony Enahoro - Afrique en Ligue

SuperSport unveils plans for web content -

PDP Primaries - Jonathan Meets North-Central Delegates Tuesday -

Thursday, December 16, 2010

2011: Prepare for war •Atiku supporters threaten to 'cancel' Nigeria •We're ... - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria ruling party governors back Jonathan in polls - Reuters UK

Cheney: US hails deal with Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

AMCON gives banks Dec 17 to submit bad - Nigeria Daily Independent

US Wants Nigeria Anti-Corruption Agency To Have More Power - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Governors urge Nigerian president to seek only one term - AFP

Nigerian police chief says officers may be tipping off sect - AFP

Nigeria drops bribery charges against Dick Cheney - GlobalPost

Nigeria ruling party governors back Jonathan in polls - Reuters Africa

President Jonathan commends out-going Belgian ambassador - WorldStage

Gambia denies it was intended recipient of Iran arms - AFP

Nigerian league nets $170m sponsorship deal -

Nigeria spending raises instability fears - Financial Times

Nigeria blunders at global climate change conference - NEXT

Nigerian fx reserves down 23 pct from year ago - Reuters Africa

Would-Be Christmas Bomber Is on Track for Trial - Wall Street Journal

STOCKS NEWS AFRICA-Nigerian banking index up on AMCON optimism - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's former antigraft czar to seek presidency - Washington Post

Nigeria police boss cites failure in stopping sect - Washington Post

Nigeria Banks Jump to 1-Month High on Amcon's Plan - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Fidelity Wants International Bank License - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Banks Jump to 1-Month High on Debt Purchase Start Date - Bloomberg

We're Ready To Curb Electoral Violence —Navy, Airforce - P.M. News

Nigeria's president commits to credible elections -

Plea bargain keeps Cheney out of court in Nigeria - Sydney Morning Herald

Nnamani, Ehindero Honour Ribadu - P.M. News

Nigerian info minister quits to run for senate - AFP

LAUTECH to Become Multi-Campus Varsity -

Maku Now Information Minister -

'Wikileaks Reveals Star Leadership Qualities of Jonathan' -

Who Co-Ordinates Disaster in the Country? -

Nigeria Agency Seeks Power to Punish Failed-Bank Chiefs, BusinessDay Says - Bloomberg

Atiku warns against blocking change - NEXT

US Slams Terrorism Charges On Abdulmutallab -

Nigeria Minister Resigns, Joins Opposition Party, Guardian Says - Bloomberg

President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria presents a 4.2 trillion naira ($27.3 ... - NgEX

Jonathan And His Misplaced Actions -

FIFA Ranking - Eagles Hop Once -

Nigeria's anti-graft agency insists on investigating Adamu - Monsters and

Just Before the Grand Finale... -

WikiLeaks, Jonathan and the others - NEXT

Ex-Nigerian anti-graft chief opens presidential bid - Reuters Africa

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Senegal recalls its ambassador from Tehran - Financial Times

Recurrent expenditure gulps 59% of 2011 budget - NEXT

Ribadu promises taxpayers value for investments in government - NEXT

Presidential race: Ribadu lists health, education, housing as priority - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria plans budget cuts to trim deficit - Financial Times

Nigeria 'drops corruption charge against Dick Cheney' -

Nigeria blunders up at global climate change conference - NEXT

Report: Nigeria to drop charges against Cheney -

Enahoro: Exit of a dogged fighter - Nigerian Tribune

Much ado about Wikileaks - Nigerian Tribune

Adamu argues Nigerian authorities can't pursue him - USA Today

Christmas Day Terror Suspect Faces Expanded Indictment - Wall Street Journal

Adamu argues Nigerian authorities can't pursue him -

Former Nigerian Anti-Corruption Chief Announces Presidential Bid - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Senegal Recalls Envoy To Iran Over Nigeria Arms Seizure - RTT News

Breaking News: Chief Anthony Enahoro is dead - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria to drop Dick Cheney charges after plea bargain - The Guardian


Turkey Seeks To Improve Trade Relations with Nigeria - Vanguard

Nigerian leader proposes 27 billion dollar budget - AFP

Nigeria's Former Anti-Graft Chief Ribadu to Run for President - Bloomberg

PRONACO mourns Enahoro, doyen of Nigeria's democratic struggles - Vanguard

Nigeria's Central Bank Sells $800 Million of Currency Amid Growing Demand - Bloomberg

Exclusive: Nigerian Prosecutor to Dick Cheney: Nobody Is Above the Law - ABC News

Enahoro liberated Nigeria, says Mark - Vanguard

Nigeria oil delta raids kill 14 - AFP

Enahoro, Nigerian statesman dies at 87* Gowon, Atiku pay tributes - WorldStage

Turkey to buy oil from Nigeria, Ghana through barter scheme -

Senegal recalls Iran ambassador over arms seizure - AFP

Free Conferencing Corporation Launches Free Conference Call Nigeria - TMCnet

Senegal recalls Iran ambassador over arms seizure - Africasia

Nigerian military says 14 killed in recent oil delta raids - Daily Nation

Nigerian Banks Increase Most in Two Weeks on Amcon's Debt Plans - BusinessWeek

How Much is Saving Dick Cheney from a Nigerian Prison Worth to Halliburton? -

Nigeria info minister quits, defects to opposition - Reuters Africa

Nigerian Assault On Militants Sees 14 Dead - NewsTime

Nigerian Banks Increase Most in Two Weeks on Amcon's Debt Plans - Bloomberg

19 Dams Have Capacity to Generate 3557 Megawatts - Minister -

Flood Kills 1000, Displaces 258000 Others -

Fishing - an Endangered Occupation -

20000 Ghost Police Officers Uncovered -

Senate Passes Controversial Electoral Bill -

Fashola Graces Apapa Mock Nations Cup -

Flood Displaces 258000 Locals - NEMA -

Botch Trip - Time is Running Out for Siasia - Sofoluwe -

Odemwingie set to miss out again - The Press Association

Nigeria army says 14 killed in Niger Delta raids - Reuters Africa

Senegal recalls Tehran ambassador - BBC News

Nigeria sets $62/b oil price benchmark for 2011 budget - Platts

Nigerian Bottling Company to delist shares - NEXT

Peter Odemwingie losing his fitness battle -

PDP On Trial Ahead 2011 -

Kano NDLEA Battles Drug Barons -

No One is Sabotaging Siasia -NFA -

Nigerian Titan, Enahoro Is Dead - P.M. News

Football-IOC bars Hayatou - Afrique en Ligue

WikiLeaks-WikiLeaks, you're welcome here - Afrique en Ligue

Senate dumps controversial clause in electoral act - NEXT

First National Geomatics Prize & Gold Medal Awarded in Nigeria - (press release)

Nigeria mulling $250 mn deal to drop charges against Cheney -

For Clara Oshiomhole - Nigerian Observer

Nigeria inflation eases year-on-year in November - Reuters Africa

Senegal recalls envoy to Iran over arms seizure - Reuters Africa

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Dick Cheney must pay Nigeria a $250 million fine or go to jail. - scallywagandvagabond

Poland Swears in Nigerian Godson as First Black MP - THISDAY

9 sick banks to be sold 2011 - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria may be Africa's 1st BRIC, but not yet - NEXT

Senegal recalls envoy to Iran -

Reports Say Dick Cheney May Avoid Prosecution In Nigeria - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Halliburton Offers Nigeria $250 Million in Exchange for Dropping Charges ... - truthout

Myth of Nigeria as an emerging market - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's Inflation Rate Slows to 12.8% in November - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria May Drop Bribery Charges Against US Ex-VP - Voice of America

TEXT-Fitch affirms Nigeria's Kaduna State at B+/A+(nga) - Reuters Africa

Coca Cola bottler to delist from Nigerian Exchange at 43.2% payoff of minority ... - WorldStage

After the Show of Shame, What Next? -

Cheney, Halliburton may settle Nigerian charges - CNN International

Ghana Is Set to Start Pumping Oil - Wall Street Journal

Uche Nwokedi, SAN - John Abebe's No Rent Collector -

EXCLUSIVE:Nigeria's banking crisis seen resolved in 2011: AMCON - Reuters Africa

Coca-Cola HBC Offers to Acquire Rest of Nigeria Bottler for $125.8 Million - Bloomberg

TEXT-Fitch affirms Nigeria's Rivers State at B+/AA-(nga) - Reuters Africa

National Assembly - Rigging 2011 Elections Before They Begin -

Global Concepts, Local Peculiarities -

Wikileaks And Freedom of Information Bill -

Coke bottler CCH to buy out Nigerian subsidiary - Reuters Africa

Nigeria mulls $250 mln deal to drop Cheney charges - AFP

WikiLeaks, You're Welcome Here -

Nigeria mulls $250 mln deal to drop Cheney charges - Sydney Morning Herald

Exclusive: Nigeria's banking crisis seen resolved in 2011 - Reuters

Investigation into player health in Nigeria - BBC Sport

Wikileaks - And Sleep Was Murdered! -

Northern Governors Reject Electoral Amendment -

Trading Jobs for Tax -

Don't Expect Perfect Elections - Jega -

Halliburton Offers FG N20 Billion to Free Cheney of Corruption Charges -

2011 - Looming Crisis in Edo State ACN -

Halliburton reportedly agrees to pay Nigeria $250 million to drop bribery ... - Raw Story

2011 - Mimiko Tasks Journalists On Balanced Reporting -

Mohammed advocates proper check-up for players -

FIRS Staff Accused of Issuing Fake Tax Clearance -

Nigeria remains unbeaten in U-15 cricket tourney - NEXT

How Osisikankwu was Killed by JTF -

Albert Mensah heads Silverbird Ghana and Nigeria -

Nigeria may strike deal in Halliburton, Cheney case - Reuters Africa

IOC Bars Hayatou -

How Kidnap Kingpin, Osisikankwu, Met Waterloo -

CBN gets 50 per cent of govt overhead –Mark – Daily Trust - Nigerian Bulletin

DDC Machines, Wikileaks And 2011 -

Ibori to face trial in UK – The Nation - Nigerian Bulletin

Govt drops charges against US ex-VP Cheney, Halliburton – The Guardian - Nigerian Bulletin

Adamu Asks Court to Stop EFCC, ICPC From Probing Him -

2011 ELECTION: INEC Begs Court To Vacate Order - P.M. News

Ayakoromo Indigenes Wants FG to Set Up Judicial Inquiry Over Massacre -

Nigeria May Drop Charges Against Cheney, Halliburton - BusinessWeek

Nigeria May Drop Charges Against Cheney, Halliburton - San Francisco Chronicle

Free Conferencing Corporation Launches Free Conference Call Nigeria - Business Wire (press release)

Mark tackles Sanusi over claims on overhead cost - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Nigeria May Drop Cheney Charges After Talks With Halliburton - BusinessWeek

Monday, December 13, 2010

Government Drops Charges Against Cheney, Halliburton -

Dubai Court Upholds Ibori's Extradition to UK -

Heartland gives Nigeria hope at hockey tourney - NEXT

Jumbo pay: Should senators take pay cut? - Nigerian Tribune

INEC takes delivery of additional 16000 DDC machines - Nigerian Tribune

Maigari sets up committee over Ogoli's death -

Nigeria considers deal to drop Cheney charges: officials - AFP

+ As CPC/ACN alliance squares up agai - Nigeria Daily Independent

DDC machines, WikiLeaks and 2011 - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's economy may overtake South Africa in 2023 - Nigeria Daily Independent

Defence Minister Warns Against Politicising Stolen DDC Machines -

Former governor of Nigeria state to be extradited - GulfNews

Nigerian ex-governor loses Dubai extradition case: agency - AFP

Nigeria to renew health checks after player death - USA Today

Pfizer CEO Jeffrey Kindler Is Out, and Now WikiLeaks Is Chiming In - Corporate Counsel

Minister says Atiku cannot match Jonathan, PDP not losing grip in South West - WorldStage

Pfizer CEO Jeffrey Kindler Is Out, and Now WikiLeaks Is Chiming In -

Nigeria may be Africa's 1st BRIC, but not yet - Reuters Africa

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Skye Bank, Naiade Hotels, Aluworks - BusinessWeek

Nigerian ex-governor loses Dubai extradition appeal - Reuters Africa

Nigerian troops kill kidnapper: Army - Times LIVE

CAMAC takes Allied interest offshore Nigeria - PennEnergy- Energy News (press release)

Dubai allows Nigerian extradition - BBC News

WikiLeaks exposes Shell's infiltration of Nigeria's government - Deutsche Welle

Nigeria ex-governor James Ibori faces extradition to UK - BBC News

War Fires Burning Again in Nigeria's Oil-Rich Southern Delta - Black Voice News

US Commends FG, Italy Over Seizure of Illegal Arms -

Only Federalism Can Save Nigeria - Kanu -

Suspected school bus hijacker shot dead - Washington Post

Goodluck Jonathan and Nigeria's electricity - GroundReport

Nigerian Agency Starts Sale of Power Companies - Bloomberg

CAMAC to get rights year Oyo field - Oil & Gas Journal

Nigeria's Notorious Kidnap Kingpin Shot Dead - RTT News

Government winning war against Niger Delta militants - Afrik-news

Christian Leaders Predict Free, 2011 Polls - P.M. News

Nigeria Premier League: Death Of Player Shocks NFF, NPL - P.M. News

The Poverty Of Nigerian Democracy - Nigerian Observer

Wikileaks - 'Atiku Got It Wrong On Jonathan' -

Wolves Claim Four Spots in Team of the Month -

Allow Siasia to Pick His Assistants, Erico Advises NFF -

Nigeria takes over ex-militant camps in oil delta - Reuters Africa

Commendation as ERA Bags Right Livelihood Awards -

At 47, Kenya Has Made Significant Progress - Envoy -

Floods Displaces Over 500, Says Nema -

Those That Rule the Music Industry -

NPL - Player Dies During Action -

Caglayan urges Turkish contractors to invest in Nigeria -

Galadima Kicks Start CAF Campaigns in Cairo -

Militants As Coast Guards? Don't Even Think About It! -

Electoral Chief Reassures Skeptical Observers on 2011 Polls -

Nigeria's 'kidnap leader' killed - BBC News

Nigeria army kills 'kidnap gang leader' in Abia state - BBC News

ACN Accuses PDP of Arms Importation -

Journalism Under Attack -

Stolen Machines - Jega's Acid Test Against 2011 Elections -

Agbeko reclaims IBF title, gives Ghana 'Xmas bonus' - Afrique en Ligue

Extradition - Ibori Knows Fate Tomorrow -

The Strange Case of Country's Bermuda Columnist -

Kaduna NUJ Joins Sympathisers - Nigerian Observer

NDIC to Pay Depositors Before Liquidation -

Britain Assures of Support in Drug Control -

Consensus - Any Plan B? -

Player dies after collapse in Nigerian league game - Fox News

FG Reconstitutes Board of Federal Mortgage Bank -

MTV Africa Music Awards with Airtel celebrates African music heroes - Vanguard

Tukur - Constituency, Sitting, Oversight Votes Illegal -

Our Souped-Up WikiLeaks Portion -

More woes for Ocean Boys -

No Plan to Scrap 6-3-3-4 System, Colleges of Education - Jonathan -

Fayose's Brother Apologises to Obasanjo -

Lawmaker in Dual Party Membership Controversy -

Hot Air in Securities Exchange Commission -

Micro Banks' Asset Base Hits N160 Billion -

Another Group Quits Jonathan's Camp for Atiku -

Activists demand prosecution of Shell over Wikileaks revelations - NEXT

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Another Nigerian footballer dies on the pitch - Nigerian Tribune

Ukadike okays Siasia's Europe tour -

Ocean Boys' Ogoli passes away -

Politicians killed Nigerian banks -Sanusi •Calls for their arrest - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria snags most honors at MTV Africa Music Awards - Variety

'Canada Is Interested in Proper Running of Nigeria' - THISDAY

NASS and the jumbo pay palaver - Nigerian Tribune

Opposition faults candidate's inclusion in Delta election - NEXT

Nigeria and US to increase cooperation on terrorism - NEXT

Group hails Jonathan - NEXT

Nigerian military seizes rebel camps in oil region - AFP

FINANCIAL MATTERS: The governor, the assembly, and bank rescue - NEXT

National Assembly expenditure revisited - Nigeria Daily Independent

Atiku Is Mandela of Nigeria's Democratic Struggles – Jigawa Group - Times of Nigeria

Fighting corruption in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Enhancing Nigeria's reading culture - Nigeria Daily Independent

Militants have murdered sleep! - Nigeria Daily Independent

DDC machines: Minister orders overhaul of airport security - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigerian player collapses and dies in match - AFP

Player dies during game after collapse in Nigeria - USA Today

Player dies after collapse in Nigerian league game -

PENCOM reconsiders bank guarantee for pension assets - Vanguard

MTV Africa's Artist of the Year -

Nigeria's Aviation sector has improved tremendously - Vanguard

The giant strides of Nigeria's food and beverage sector - NEXT

Nigerian pride runs high at MTV Africa awards -

Nigeria Football Federation Can't Pay Samson Siasia - Peace FM Online

Kenya's Daddy Owen scoops MTV award - Kenya Broadcasting Corporation

Looting of Nigeria by National Assembly - allvoices

Nigeria indicts Dick Cheney for bribery - Party for Socialism and Liberation

Ivorian election dispute, bribery case against US VP reported in Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue

Turkish Trade Minister heads to Nigeria as part of African tour -

Lagos stand still for MAMA - Nigeria Daily Independent

Pastors Beheaded -

Cable: Pfizer hired investigators to press Nigeria to drop suit - Washington Post

Saturday, December 11, 2010

PDP readjusts to life outside power in Osun State - NEXT

Goebbelian Nigeria - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Cable: Pfizer hired investigators to press Nigeria to drop drug suit - Washington Post

What WikiLeaks Has Taught Me - THISDAY

Pfizer faces US foreign corruption probe - Nigerian Tribune

AHAA...: Halliburton - NEXT

There will be no discrimination in the national team, says Siasia - NEXT

Confessions of 'General' John Togo - Vanguard

Udofia's address on The State Of The Nation - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Singer 2 Face wins MTV Africa artist of the year - San Jose Mercury News

We've to pray to save Nigeria – Bishop Oke - Vanguard

TheWikileaks Expose: How US, Shell tune, twist Nigeria •The implication for ... - Nigerian Tribune

Singer 2 Face wins MTV Africa artist of the year - Washington Post

2Face, P-Square, Mo'Cheddah, Sasha, Liquideep, Fally Ipupa & Eminem win big at ... - Bella Naija

Singer 2 Face Wins MTV Africa Artist of the Year - ABC News

Emenike ponders Nigeria role - BBC News

Pfizer Scandal - Aondoakaa Indicted -

Former VP Dick Cheney Faces Charges in Nigeria Bribery Case - Afro American

Is coaching Nigeria the hardest job in world football? - BBC Sport (blog)

Nigerian President suggests he was inexperienced as administrator: report - The Hindu

Jonathan, 4 Govs, Afegbua, NULGE, ACN Women Condole Oshiomhole - Nigerian Observer

Nigerian government infiltrated by Shell says US cable - Haiti News

Diplomatic Despatch That Got Gambari Fired -

Four held in Nigeria over stolen election machines - AFP

EFCC Secures 65 Convictions, Recovers $3.5bn - Nigerian Observer

WikiLeaks Royal Dutch Shell embedded spies - Royal Dutch Shell plc .com

Pfizer forced Nigerian government to drop a lawsuit according to WikiLeaks - Birmingham Star

Friday, December 10, 2010

Secret Cable Discusses Pfizer's Actions in Nigeria Case - New York Times

Halliburton: US Warns Nigeria On Dick Cheney •Says Allegation 'Very Serious' - Nigerian Tribune

Pfizer hired investigators to pressure Nigeria to drop drug lawsuit, cable says - Washington Post

Cheney Asks Americans for Money to Access Nigerian Bank Account and Fight ... - Evening Transcript

Wikileaks Reveals Shell Oil has Agents Installed in Nigerian Government - Treehugger

Nigeria delays $500 mln Eurobond over market jitters - International Business Times

Nigeria's presidency says WikiLeaks account of President Jonathan's comments ... - NgEX

Nigerian rebel warns of 'utter chaos' -

Drug Company Pfizer Tried Blackmail to Dodge Nigerian Lawsuit -

Pfizer: No Nigeria dirty tricks - BBC News

WikiLeaks: Pfizer denies dirty tricks claims in Nigeria - BBC News

Portugal's Sines to Get LNG Shipment From Nigeria on Dec. 17 - Bloomberg

Halliburton May Pay Nigeria $500 Million to Keep Cheney Out of Prison - Slate Magazine (blog)

WikiLeaks cables: Pfizer took aim at Nigeria Attorney General - Reuters

Nigerian voter registration items stolen -

2011 - Will Buhari Be Lucky This Time? -

Cheney, Ex-US VP, Not Above Law - Farida -

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: CFC Stanbic, Unity Bank of Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Pfizer: WikiLeaks claims "preposterous" - InPharm

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: CFC Stanbic, Unity Bank of Nigeria - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Unity Bank to Meet on Sale of Non-Bank Units - Bloomberg

WikiLeaks Shell 'revelations' are old news in Nigeria - The Guardian

Shell could lose 80 pct acreage in WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

Shell could lose 80 pct acreage in Nigeria-WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

Nigeria police probe into case of missing polls machines - People's Daily Online

WikiLeaks: Shell 'Infiltrates' Nigeria, Hugo Bossed - GlobalPost (blog)

Halliburton Bargaining With Nigeria to Keep Dick Cheney out of Prison, Sources Say - ChattahBox

U.S. Cable: Pfizer Delved for Nigerian Corruption - Wall Street Journal

US cable: Pfizer sought 'corruption links' of Nigerian attorney general over ... -

EFCC seeks support in anti-corruption fight - NEXT

Presidency faults WikiLeaks account of Jonathan meetings - NEXT

US cable: Pfizer sought dirt on Nigerian official - Bismarck Tribune

Nigeria's Buhari, a Former Military Ruler, to Run for President - Bloomberg

Airtel, MTV Boost Nigeria's Economy with 2010 MAMAs - Nigerian Bulletin

DDC Machines - Presidency Summons Minister, FAAN Boss -

Siasia to propose Italian friendly for Nigeria -

'We'll No Longer Challenge Results in Court' -

Jonathan Presents 2011 Budget Tuesday -

Presidential Declaration - PDP Has Betrayed Nation, Says Buhari -

Amaju Calls for Revolution in Football -

Pfizer sought dirt on Nigerian official - The Associated Press

Football Federation - State FA Elections Will Hold Soon -

Boko Haram Members, Security Forces in Gun Battle -

EFCC Reads Riot Act to Multi-National Companies -

INEC Recovers 16 Stolen DDC Machines -

WikiLeaks cable: Pfizer hired investigators to dig dirt on Nigerian AG - CNN

Fat Cats And Fat Cheques -

WikiLeaks On Us - Turai, Aondoaaka, Tanimu Took Millions in Bribes -

Jonathan-Anenih Alliance As Threat to Free Elections -

Shell rejects WikiLeaks cable claim over Australian-based executive -

Jonathan - Sanders' Wikileaks Accounts "Souped Up Version" -

WikiLeaks cables: Pfizer took aim at Nigeria AG - Reuters Africa

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Excerpts of cables reveal dirty dealing - NEXT

Citi says US govt made fair profit on stake sale - Reuters

Stampede as Boko Haram Suspects, Task Force Engage in Gun Duel -

AP Interview: Nigerian terror suspect predicts more violence in Nigeria's oil ... - Los Angeles Times

Halliburton may pay $500 million to keep Cheney out of prison - Raw Story

Wikileaks' Cable Targets Pfizer - Forbes (blog)

WikiLeaks cables: Pfizer took aim at Nigeria AG - Reuters

Nigerian terror suspect predicts more violence - BusinessWeek

Shell: 'Absolutely untrue' it has spies in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

WikiLeaks cables: Pfizer took at aim at Nigeria AG - Reuters

Cote d'Ivoire: What Lessons for Nigeria? - THISDAY

WikiLeaks Releases More Revelations about Nigeria - THISDAY

Remarks With Nigerian Foreign Minister Henry Odein Ajumogobia After Their Meeting - US Department of State

WikiLeaks: Pfizer Sought Dirt on Nigerian AG - CBS News

2011: ANPP clears ground for IBB - Nigerian Tribune

Jumbo pay: Nigerian lawmakers are dictators — MURIC - Nigerian Tribune

DDC machines:Presidency summons Minister, FAAN boss - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria and challenge of good governance - Daily Sun

Nigeria's Afribank says in talks with investors - Reuters

US embassy cables: Pfizer nears $75m Nigeria settlement - The Guardian

Data machines for Nigeria election stolen: official - AFP

Nigeria is plunging into darkness, says IBB Campaign Organisation - Vanguard

Shell infiltrated the Nigerian government -- but was it worth the trouble? - Foreign Policy

Nigerian Nitel bidder faces December deadline - Reuters

Police arrests 4 alleged sect members - Washington Post

Nigerian Nitel bidder faces December deadline - Reuters Africa

WikiLeaks: Royal Dutch Shell Nigerian Espionage - Royal Dutch Shell plc .com

Nigeria election equipment stolen - BBC News

Nigeria voter registration kit stolen at airport - BBC News

PZ Cussons: less soapy in Nigeria - Financial Times (blog)

Dick Cheney Accused of Bribery - PC The Cowl

Nigeria leader had doubts over poll bid: WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's oil supply threatened by emerging terrorist group - EnerPub

Nigeria leader had doubts over poll bid -WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

AP Interview: Nigerian terror suspect predicts more violence in Nigeria's oil ... -

Babangida Can't Blackmail PDP - Jonathan -

WikiLeaks documents roil Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa - Christian Science Monitor

Bayelsa Govt, CPC Differ Over Attack on Buhari -

NL oil worker sympathizes with Nigerian captors -

Nigeria gives telecoms bidder more time to pay - Bloomberg

African Petroleum of Nigeria Increases After Returning to Profit - Bloomberg

Cable: Shell has infiltrated Nigerian government ministries - CNN International

Babangida is Desperate - Jonathan Campaign Organisation -

We Are Ready for Pay Cut - Senate -

Thieves steal voting equipment at Nigeria airport - The Associated Press

Atiku - Country Risks Going Broke -

Thieves steal voting equipment at Nigeria airport - Seattle Times

We Are Broke - Football Federation says It's Yet to Get FIFA's World ... -

Nigerian terror suspect predicts more violence -

38 Ex-Militants Depart for South Africa on Skills Acquisition Course -

Shell Cup - Odegbami Warns Age Cheats -

NACA - 3 Million Living With HIV/Aids -

Path To A New Beginning - P.M. News

Friendly - Siasia Eyes Experimentation -

Cable: Shell Infiltrated Nigerian Ministries - Wall Street Journal

Siasia Wants Fresh Start -

Country in Self-Destruct Mode -

Cable: Shell infiltrated Nigerian ministries - Independent Online

Despite Nationwide Uproar, MPs Ram Themselves into Party NECs -

Armed robbers steal voting equipment - Washington Post

Re - Sanusi's Arguments With the National Assembly Members -

Armed robbers steal voting equipment - Fox News

WikiLeaks reveal oil companies reach in Nigeria - ABC Online

US 'wary of China role in Africa' - BBC News

ANPP asks members to withdraw from federal executive - NEXT

Atiku paints gloomy picture of Nigeria's economy - Nigerian Tribune

Kuramo Confab Offers New Strategies on Good Governance, Development -

ACF Flays National Assembly Attack on CBN Governor -

2011 - PDP Pushes Automatic Tickets for MPs -

Anti-corruption war: Nigeria ranks top among corruption fighting nations -ICPC - Nigerian Tribune

WikiLeaks: Shell 'knows everything' about the Nigerian government -

Oil giant Shell had "access to everything" in Wiki - Reuters Africa

Shell had "access to everything" in WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

Shell 'accessed' Nigeria ministries: cable - AFP

World is getting more corrupt, says transparency poll - BBC News

'Confusion' over who ran Nigeria while Yar'Adua ill - AFP

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

The Oil and the Glory: Shell oil infiltrates Nigeria's government ministries - Foreign Policy

Shell knew 'everything' in Nigerian ministries - Financial Times

Shell had "access to everything" in Nigeria-WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's economy heading towards collapse – Atiku - Vanguard

Cable: Shell infiltrates Nigerian ministries - The Associated Press

Cable: Shell infiltrates Nigerian ministries - Washington Post

Leaked cable: Late Nigerian president 'comatose' - Washington Post

Nigeria feared coup: WikiLeaks - The Hindu

Atiku insists that Nigeria is broke - NEXT

Newfoundland oil worker thought he would die while held hostage in Nigeria - 680 News

Citi Expects 'Significant Demand' for Nigeria Bond - BusinessWeek

WikiLeaks cables: Nigeria feared coup as president lay dying overseas - The Guardian

OIL POLITICS: The Amnesty worked - NEXT

WikiLeaks cables: Shell boasts it has infiltrated Nigerian government - The Guardian

Civilian deaths won't deter us in Niger Delta – Army Chief - Nigeria Daily Independent

'Onuoha may not play for Super Eagles' - Nigeria Daily Independent

Oil worker recalls harrowing Nigerian hostage ordeal - Toronto Star

Nigerian Presidential Race Potentially Impacts Global Energy Market -

Research and Markets: Nigeria Country Report: Mobile/Cell Phone Market - Benzinga

Fresh cholera kills 13 in northern official - AFP

Amnesty: Niger Delta ex-militants for training in South Africa - WorldStage

Citi's Pandit Says Expects 'Significant Demand' for Nigeria Bond - BusinessWeek

Ex-Vice President Dick Cheney charged in bribery case in Nigeria - New York Daily News

Nigerian militant group threatens new Niger Delta pipeline attacks - Platts

Cheney Among Those Charged With Bribery In Nigeria - RTT News

NFF keen on ending money crisis - BBC News

Citi sees significant demand for Nigeria eurobond - Reuters

Militants claim gunfight in oil delta - Bloomberg

Nigeria Is Broke - Atiku - Times of Nigeria

Oil worker held hostage in Nigeria happy to be home - Toronto Star

Newfoundland oil worker who was taken hostage in Nigeria happy to be home - Winnipeg Free Press

Former Nigerian Military Ruler Threatens to Quit Ruling Party - Bloomberg

Former Nigerian Military Ruler Threatens to Quit Ruling Party - BusinessWeek

Does Nigeria Have a Case Against Dick Cheney? - The AtlanticWire

We Will Be Fair - Maigari -

Of Fat Cats And Free Rides -

Nigeria's Corruption Case Against Cheney And Haliburton Goes Back - NPR (blog)

Guaranty Trust of Nigeria Increases After Fitch Affirms Rating - Bloomberg

Militants claim gunfight in oil delta - Fox News

Nigeria May Be Fragile, Not A Failed State - P.M. News

Nigeria Understudies Ghana's School Feeding Programme - Ghana

Marion police thwart Nigerian Internet coat scam - Marion Star

Abuja 'wildly' slinging blame, KBR says -

Militants claim gunfight in oil delta - Washington Post

Ex-dictator may pursue presidency in Nigeria -

Sanusi - I Will Continue to Point Out Wrong Doing -

Nigeria files bribery charges against Cheney in LNG plant scandal - Oneindia

Nigeria's Sanusi Says He Won't Be Silenced, Trust Reports - Bloomberg

Nigeria charges former US VP Cheney in bribery scandal - Times of India

Nigerian captors win Canadian's sympathy -

There Will be Vacancy in Aso Rock in 2011 -

Nigeria Files Treason Charges Against Bomb-Blast Suspects - Bloomberg

2011 - Buhari's Rally Disrupted in Bayelsa -

Nigeria Community Member Says Eni Pipeline Attacked - Fox Business

Former dictator may leave ruling party - Washington Post

Nigeria files bribery charges against Cheney in LNG plant scandal -

N500 Billion Bank Fraud - EFCC Quizzes 20 Stockbrokers -

JTF on Red Alert in Bayelsa Over Plot of Attack -

Zoning - Babangida Threatens to Quit PDP -

Nigeria's Babangida threatens to quit ruling party - Reuters Africa

Our Planned Membership of Party NEC is Nwodo's Idea - Legislators -

I Can't Be Intimidated By EFCC, Says Tinubu -

Jumbo Pay - I Stand By My Figures, Sanusi Tells Reps -

Nigeria Charges Cheney in Bribery Case - Daily Beast

Nigerian, others receive Alternative Nobel Prize awards - NEXT

Why we must have a change in Nigeria's political system - Nigerian Tribune

LBS Confab: Sanusi Predicts Bright Economy - THISDAY

'Nigeria Among Top 10 World Economies' - THISDAY

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

FG grants 97 foreign nationals Nigerian citizenship - Nigerian Tribune

NASS must apologise to Nigerians -JCCIMA - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria Files Charges Against Cheney in Halliburton Bribery Scheme - truthout

Stop President Jonathan from Contesting Party's Primaries – Turaki ... - NgEX

Former ambassador warns about Nigeria - ABC Online

'Backwarding and forwarding' - NEXT

(ON)GOING CONCERNS: Sanusi, Akunyili and the road rarely travelled - NEXT

4 face treason charges over car bombing - Jerusalem Post

High growth and worsening quality of life - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Nigeria Steelpan Festival for Secondary Schools -

Village raid shows dangers in oil delta - TMCnet

Nigeria, world's third highest gas-flaring nation, says jonathan - Daily Sun

Ivory Coast suspended from regional body - BusinessWeek

Nigeria charges Dick Cheney in bribery case - Christian Science Monitor

Nigeria charges Dick Cheney with bribery - Politico (blog)

Amidst outrage over legislators' pay: Expert doubts - Nigeria Daily Independent

4 face treason charges over car bombing - TODAYonline

Nigeria Files Charges Against Dick Cheney, Halliburton Over Bribery Case - Bloomberg

Nigeria Charges Dick Cheney in Corruption Case Stemming From Halliburton Bid - Politics Daily

Nigeria charges former US VP Cheney over bribery - The Associated Press

World HIV Day: Nigeria makes up 9% of the global HIV burden – Dr. Agbara - Vanguard

Nigeria charges four over deadly Independence Day bombs - AFP

Ivory Coast suspended from regional body - eTaiwan News

4 Persons Docked Over Nigerian Bombings - P.M. News

Sanusi lists impediments to infrastructure financing - Vanguard

Militant group claims attack on oil facilities - NEXT

Nigeria Charges Dick Cheney In Bribery Scandal - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Nigeria charges 4 with treason over car bombings - Reuters Africa

Nigeria charges former US VP Cheney over bribery - Washington Post

Cheney Facing Corruption Charges In Nigeria -

Police arrest 8 alleged sect members - Fox News

EFCC Promises Hell for Culprits of US$420 Milliom Oil Bribery Scam -

Nigeria Debt Office to Sell 70 Billion Naira of Bonds - Bloomberg

Nigeria graft agency charges Cheney, Halliburton boss - Reuters

EFCC - the Cheney Circus Show -

Nation 'Among Top 10 World Economies' -

Breach of Contract - Court Delivers Judgment on Abebe-Statoil's Case Monday - Trading Markets (press release)

Nigeria plans eurobond roadshow next week: sources - Reuters Africa

Nigeria plans eurobond roadshow next week -sources - Reuters Africa

Nigeria in Negotiations With Technip, Eni and JGC to Settle Bribery Case - Bloomberg

Siasia Praises Osaze, Warns Yobo -

FG Targets $10 Billion Annually for Infrastructure Deficit - Sanusi -

Medical Council Sanctions Two Institutions -

No Vacancy for Atiku in Aso Rock - Anenih -

Trafficking - Locals in Burkina Faso to Partner NAPTIP -

Nigeria takes steps to reduce high recurrent expenditure - Afrique en Ligue

PDP NEC Meets to Ratify Time-table -

Behold, The Northern Candidate - P.M. News

CBN to Guarantee Infrastructure Financing Projects -

Giving Up On Industrial Policy? -

I'll Never Succumb to Blackmail, Atiku Says -

Task Force Commander's Wife Found Dead in Well -

Jonathan to Open River Blindness Control Meeting Today -

2006-2008 Oil And Gas Audit Report Ready January -

Nigeria court orders Statoil to honor Agbami oil field deal:report - Platts

Briton pleads guilty to Nigerian bribery - Times LIVE

Court orders Statoil to pay consultant - NEXT

Statoil to fight Nigeria ruling - Upstream Online

Mobil Meets PENGASSAN Over Strike -

Loyalty And Nigerian Politics - Nigerian Observer

Nigeria's Disappearing Currency Reserves Add Risk to Planned Eurobond Sale - Bloomberg

Monday, December 06, 2010

Atiku, Buhari and Ribadu - The Great Northern Hopes -

Jonathan Directs JTF to Protect Civilians -

'Delta re-run is a test case for Jega' - NEXT

Nigeria militants claim major oil pipeline attack - BusinessWeek

World Bank supports Nigeria's EITI compliant status quest - NEXT

Nigeria's democracy: The man, - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria Elections 2011: Election Law Violators To Be Prosecuted Without ... -

Jonathan is Nigeria's consensus candidate -Anenih - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian Militant Leader Okah Says No Military Solution in Oil-Rich Delta - Bloomberg

HP, mPedigree Network Introduce a System to Detect Counterfeit Drugs - TMCnet

UK man pleads guilty in U.S. over KBR Nigeria bribes - Reuters

Ex-KBR Consultant Pleads Guilty in Nigerian Bribe Case - BusinessWeek

Polish parliament gets its 1st African lawmaker - The Associated Press

Rights activists from Brazil, Nepal, Nigeria, Israel accept 'Alternative Nobel ... - Winnipeg Free Press

Fighting Counterfeit Drugs With Mobile Technology - Fast Company

Nigerian environmental activist wants polluters on trial (Roundup) - Monsters and

Nigerian Court Rules Against Statoil on Agbami Field - BusinessWeek

Olam International sets up $200 Million sugar-refining venture in Nigeria - Vanguard

Nigerian Rebel Leader Okah, From Prison Cell, Vows Fight in Oil-Rich Delta - Bloomberg

IBB - I Stand By Consensus Arrangement -

CAF Names Tunisia, Egypt & Nigeria As The Best Leagues In Africa - Peace FM Online

JTF, John Togo's Kinsmen Trade Words Over Genocide -

HIV/Aids Pandemic - We Need Strategic Approaches - ENCAP Chief -

Atiku On BBC - Yar'Adua Stole My Idea On Niger Delta -

Philanthropists Convene for the Less Privileged -

Galadima's CAF Ambition - NFF Salutes Government -

Boko Haram - Between Ideology And Criminality -

Siasia, Football Federation Meet Over Eagles Backroom Staff -

England Seeks Review of W'cup Bidding Format -

Ayoka Adebayo, Former Ekiti REC Set to Resign, As INEC Probes Her -

Navy, Air Force Promote Officers -

Again, Sanusi Cautions FG On Fiscal Discipline -

Reject Product of Sectional Consensus - Jonathan -

Consensus - I'm Bound By Agreement - Babangida -

Ex- Militants Condemn John Togo for Returning to Militancy -

Hurdles before Samson Siasia -

Cleric Faults Legislators On Sanusi -

Atiku Group Carpets VP On Consensus -

Ijaw Group Condemns JTF Operations in Ayakoromo -

Nigeria Signs $3 Billion Crude for Fuel Deals, Guardian Reports - Bloomberg

Return of UNTL - in Praise of Governance -

Irish involvement in system to detect counterfeit drugs - Irish Times

Why FG Lifted Ban On Textiles - Finance Minister -

Why Country Can't Join G20 - Okonjo Iweala -

Nigerian Rebel Group Says It Ruptured Oil Pipeline - Bloomberg

Five Die in Police, Boko Haram Gunfight -

VP - No Plan to Dislodge Jonathan -

Consensus - Atiku's Election Was Free, Fair - Group -

Shekarau Declares Holiday for New Islamic Year -

As the North Names Atiku -

HP and African Social Enterprise mPedigree Network Fight Counterfeit Drugs in ... - Business Wire (press release)

Mobius favours China consumer firms, frontier mkt Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Envoy defends sustenance of Niger Delta commission - NEXT

Nigeria security forces clash with sect, five dead - Reuters Africa

Sunday, December 05, 2010

Nigerian military admits 'possible' civilian casualties in offensive - CNN

Halliburton, Shell, Others Plead Guilty to Bribe Schemes - (blog)

UN team to visit Nigeria on arms inspection - NEXT

Majority of Muslims want Islam in politics, poll says - Los Angeles Times

Nigeria to achieve transparency in extractive industry - NEXT

Nigerian youths contribute 80% to GDP, says Jonathan - Vanguard

Nigeria far behind G20 countries – Okonjo-Iweala - Vanguard

Will Atiku defeat Jonathan? - Nigerian Tribune

UN team to visit Nigeria on arms inspection - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian leaders need prayers, says Gowon - Nigerian Tribune

A case of Ali Baba and the forty thieves - Nigeria Daily Independent

N/Assembly is recklessly expensive, private sector operators - Vanguard

Airtel Nigeria announces winners in MAMAs Trivia Promo - Vanguard

Open skies: Nigeria 1 United States 3 - Vanguard

Sports ministry chides Nigerian FA -

Seven killed in ethnic violence in northern Nigeria - INDOlink

Nigeria Takes Aim at Cyberscams - PC World

Siasia disappoints Port Harcourt fans -

Nigeria's Macauley Chrisantus fights back - BBC Sport

Nigeria Elections 2011: “Don't Expect A Perfect Election,” Jega Warns -

Nigerian military admits 'possible' civilian casualties in offensive - CNN International

Shootout between sect, police kills 3 - Washington Post

The National Union of Textile, Garment and Tai loring Workers of Nigeria ... - Nigerian Observer

Etisalat Nigeria buys local firm with 3G license -

Nigeria's Uwak seeks German scalp - BBC News

Nigeria's Uwak seeks German scalp - BBC Sport

Lawyer: Nigerian soldiers killed civilians - MSN Money

Nigerian military says raids may have killed civilians - AFP

Kidnap ordeal - BBC News

Mass Killings, Burial in Niger Delta - Villagers -

Trumpet, basketball win friends in Nigeria - Journal and Courier

Saturday, December 04, 2010

Dick Cheney To Be Charged For $180M In Nigerian Bribes - The Judiciary Report

Bringing up 'Anchor Baby' - NEXT

Election, extra budgetary spending stress Nigeria's economy - NEXT

Niger Delta Council Confirms Villagers Dead After Army Operation - NASDAQ

Politics and morality in A Critical Analysis (4) - Vanguard

Bringing up 'Anchor - NEXT

Action Congress of Nigeria is on the march, says Usman Bugaje - Vanguard

Can Nigeria sustain lawmakers' jumbo pay? - Vanguard

Nigeria @ 50: Sober reflections on a chequered history - Vanguard

Nigerian publishing and social media - NEXT

NASS has no authority to give Nigeria new constitution - Justice Uwaifo - Nigerian Tribune

Shekarau has track record to redirect Nigeria – - Nigeria Daily Independent

Tinubu raps NASS, backs Sanusi over comments on - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's wasteful democracy - Nigeria Daily Independent

Village raid show dangers in oil delta - BusinessWeek

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OVERHEAD: When Figures Don't Lie - Vanguard

Village raid shows dangers in oil delta - Washington Post

Village raid shows dangers in oil delta -

Village Raid Show Dangers in Oil Delta - ABC News

NIGERIA: The Army Kills And Arrests A Lot Of People - Strategy Page

Nigeria frees soldiers jailed for mutiny - News24

Nigerian military blamed for 150 deaths - Boston Globe

Again, Seven Killed in Fresh Attack in Jos -

Nigerian general denies soldiers killed civilians - eTaiwan News

Nigerian general denies soldiers killed civilians in operation to find wanted ... -

Nine reported killed after Nigeria military raids: activist - AFP

Nigerian Army Council pardons 28 soldiers jailed for mutiny - Afrique en Ligue

The Unseen Legacy of Governor Alao Akala -

Gunmen kill seven in central Nigerian village - Reuters Africa

Cheney Faces Arrest in Nigeria for Halliburton Bribes - OpEdNews

Friday, December 03, 2010

Army says former peacekeepers who protested granted pardons, freed - Winnipeg Free Press

Zoning - We Have Been Vindicated - Atiku -

Activist: Civilian deaths in Nigeria's oil delta - The Associated Press

Is Nigeria is Giving the US a Taste of its Own Medicine? - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Nigerian court Stops Voter Registration - P.M. News

In two years of operation, Etisalat Nigeria acquires 3G Licence - Vanguard

Nigerian offensive targets militants - CNN International

Nigeria Stocks Measure Snaps Six-Day Gain, Awaiting Start of Amcon Funding - Bloomberg

Nigeria's House to Quiz Central Bank Head Dec. 6, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Officials: Charges possible in Nigeria probe of Halliburton - CNN International

Borderlines Between Religion, Politics -

Africa Finance Corp. to Invest in First Nigerian Power Project - Bloomberg

Civilians displaced as Nigeria raids oil delta camps - Reuters Africa

150 dead in Nigeria military attack - The Press Association

Etisalat Nigeria Says `Not Interested' in Telkom's Loss-Making Multi-Links - Bloomberg

Court Nullifies House's Suspension of Six Reps -

Representative Back Down On Sanusi -

Halliburton Bribery Scam - EFCC to Charge Former US Vice President -

WikiLeaks loses domain name...Deadly military strike in Nigeria...Jobs report due - 9&10 News

Seven killed in Nigeria robbery shootout: police - AFP

PDP House Caucus Endorses Jonathan -

We Will Appeal Judgment - Dutsina -

Sanusi - House Backs Down, Postpones Interrogation -

Halliburton - EFCC to Try Ex-US VP, Dick Cheney -

Kanu Foundation Plans N5 Billion Cardiac Centre -

Siasia Remains Heartland's Property - Ndubuoke -

Fat Cat Salaries - House Soft-Pedals On Sanusi -

Activist: Civilian deaths in Nigeria's oil delta - Washington Post

Etisalat Acquires Dangote's 3G License -

Olam Sets Up $200 Million Sugar Venture in Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Reps defer Sanusi questioning till Monday - NEXT

'Atiku will damage Nigeria's image' - NEXT

Egyptian worker killed in oil delta - BusinessWeek

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Olam to set up US$200m sugar refinery in Nigeria - Channel News Asia

Mobil Staff Begin Strike -

West Africa Cybercrime Summit targets Nigerian scams - Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)

DJ Olam International: In Pact For US$200 Mln Nigeria Sugar Refinery - Trading Markets (press release)

Adamu's absence regrettable - Jaja -

2011: Why we endorsed Jonathan -PDP Reps Caucus - Nigerian Tribune

Siasia can save Nigerian football -Maigari - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria To File Charges Against Dick Cheney Over Bribery - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Nigeria to Interpol: Arrest Dick Cheney! - AOL News

Nigeria and 2011, which way for ward? - Daily Sun

Nigeria may charge Cheney in Halliburton bribery probe - Washington Post

Etisalat Nigeria buys local firm with 3G licence - Reuters Africa

Nigeria to Charge Former US VP in Bribery Case - Voice of America

Why Nigerian Authorities Are Coming After Dick Cheney - TIME (blog)

Dick Cheney to be charged in Nigeria corruption case - The Guardian

Nigeria Votes $500 Million for Small-Business Lending - Bloomberg

Red Cross unable to reach attacked camps - The Associated Press

Solicitor fights extradition to US over corruption - The Press Association

Etisalat Nigeria buys local firm with 3G licence - Reuters

Cheney could face Nigerian charge - Politico (blog)

Research and Markets: Nigeria Power Report Q4 2010 - Business Wire (press release)

Bharti's Nigerian Unit Cuts Mobile-Phone Call Rate 50% - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Oil Union on Strike at Exxon Mobil Unit - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Central Bank Governor Sanusi Offers to Resign, BusinessDay Says - Bloomberg

Opinion: Lead poisoning in Nigeria "unprecedented" - GlobalPost

Nigeria agency says to charge Cheney over Halliburton - Reuters

Bharti's Nigerian Unit Cuts Mobile-Phone Call Tariffs - Bloomberg

Nigerian Forces Attack Militant Camps in Niger Delta - BusinessWeek

Halliburton Says It Hasn't Seen Any Amended Nigerian Charges - Bloomberg

Nigerian military pursues militants in oil region - AFP

Obasanjo, Kingpin of Electoral Fraud - Bakare -

One Million Lagosians Living With HIV -

Bharti's Nigerian Unit Cuts Mobile-Phone Call Tariffs - BusinessWeek

Yes, You Spend 25 Percent Overheads of Budget, Sanusi Tells National ... -

Ghana, Nigeria in world 419 ranking -

2011 - PDP Zoning Not Enforceable, Court Rules -

Adamu - EFCC Should Take It Easy -

INEC's 2011 Election Timetable -

And He Begs for Three Years Patience to Rebuild -

Atiku - I'm Not Obasanjo, So I Won't Break Promises -

Reps to Scrutinize Siasia's Contract -

CRC - Bid to Bribe SNG is Despicable -

Nnaji Faults Nwodo Over Dissolution of State PDP Exco -

Corps Members Hold HIV/Aids Awareness Campaign -

Ciroma And His Consensus Candidate -

Siasia Sheds Tears, Sings in Yoruba -

Long Queues Return to Fuel Stations in Kano -

Wikileaks - Iran Has Influence in Country -

Nigerian army raids militant camps in oil delta - Reuters UK

Fat Cat Budget - Sanusi - I Stand By My Figures -

CBN - Only One Bank Rates Above 'C' -

EFCC Holds Halliburton, Shell Executives -

Egyptian worker killed in Nigeria oil delta-sources - Reuters Africa

ACN, PDP Pick Dates for Primaries -

Information Minister Rues Country's Missed Opportunities -

Low folate levels linked to hearing loss -

Revolutionising Electronics Through Eco-Friendliness -

Court Okays Zoning But Fails to Stop Jonathan -

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Nigerian MPs summon salary critics as budget crisis looms - Business Day

JEPTFON / NUPENG Strike Paralyses Business Nationwide -

Nigeria's Cabinet Approves Sovereign Wealth Fund - BusinessWeek

Alleged militant faces charges in kidnaps - The Associated Press

Alleged militant faces charges in kidnaps - Washington Post

Jonathan Asks Senators to Back His Presidential Bid -

Nigeria charges 65 for oil-worker kidnappings - BusinessWeek

Nigerian police kill suspected sect member - Washington Post

Nigeria charges 65 over oil delta kidnappings - Reuters Africa

Senate - We'll Punish Sanusi -

Nigeria backs Siasia as new football coach - AFP

2011 - How Atiku May Pick His Running Mate -

Siasia in four-year Nigeria deal - BBC News

Nigerian Stock Index Rises for Fifth Day, Led by Zenith Bank - Bloomberg

$240 Million Scam - EFCC -

Senate - Sanusi, Aganga's Statements Treasonable -

Nigeria's power reforms will go ahead whoever wins - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's Amcon to Sell $16.6 Billion of Bonds to Fund Toxic Debt Purchase - Bloomberg

Senate Summons Aganga, Sanusi -

Tanker Drivers Suspend Strike -

FIFA Dismisses Panorama Allegations -

US$420 Million Halliburton, Panalpina Scam - Shell MD Writes EFCC -

Research and Markets: 2010 Gas Market Outlook in Nigeria - Business Wire (press release)

'ACN Poses No Threat to Ekiti PDP' -

Aregbesola - A Governor's Insistence on Accountability -

Jonathan Vs North - Attention Shifts to Sambo -

Nigerian Textile Factories May Close After Import Ban Lifted - Bloomberg

HIV Infection Declines Globally - UNAIDS -

IOC Probes Hayatou Over Secret Payments -

SEC Under Fire As Legislators Seek to Exercise Oversight -

The Road Not Taken -

Nigeria staggers on - BBC News

Bharti's Nigerian Unit Slashes Phone Tariffs, BusinessDay Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian Lawmakers Demand Sanusi Explain Comments, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian Fuel-Tanker Drivers End Strike, Guardian Reports - Bloomberg

Fat Cat Salaries - National Assembly to Grill Aganga, Sanusi -

Falcons - We Don't Fear Germany -

ECOWAS Court - Give Every Child Free Education -

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Lawmakers to quiz Sanusi and Aganga over comments - NEXT

Nigeria Electoral Commission Begins Polling Station Inspections Wednesday - Voice of America

Don't turn Nigeria into a dumping ground, says Atiku - NEXT

Nigeria comes third in global cybercrimes survey - NEXT

Nigeria Seeks Testimony From Shell, Halliburton Over Payments - Bloomberg

Nigeria won't be easy, says Germany skipper - NEXT

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