Google Nigerian News Archive for July 2011

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Drop this debate, Mr. President - NEXT

Flying Eagles set their sights on Colombia triumph - NEXT

CBN's reform & World Bank's ranking of Nigerian banks - Vanguard

NJC report: How star witness nailed Salami - Nigerian Tribune

CAN president to Sharia Council on Islamic banking: Keep your war drums - Vanguard

Nigerian fans not optimistic - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria to open talks with Islamist sect: official - AFP

Nigeria to open talks with Islamist sect: official - Africasia

Remains Of Helicopter Crash Victims Recovered… - The Streetjournal

U-20 World Cup: Any dividend of youth championships - Nigeria Daily Independent

Tenure change: Doubtful value, dangerous timing - Nigeria Daily Independent

Helicopter crash in Nigeria kills 3 - Hindustan Times

Delta Guber - Tribunal Grants Ogboru's Application -

Negotiation on Minimum Wage is an Illegality - Rep -

'Development before town planning cause of flooding in Nigerian' - Vanguard

Aliyu backs CBN on Islamic banking, others - The Nation Newspaper

3 killed in helicopter crash in Nigeria - San Francisco Chronicle

Flying Eagles face Guatemala -

Tetteh tips Nigeria and Cameroon for U20 World Cup - BBC Sport

3 killed in helicopter crash in Nigeria - Atlanta Journal Constitution

2 women, pilot, killed in helicopter crash in southwest Nigeria - Washington Post

NIGERIA: Collateral Damage - Strategy Page

Helicopter crash in Nigeria kills three - AFP

Feds: Man busted at OIA swallowed almost a kilo of cocaine - Orlando Sentinel

Nationwide strike looms —NLC – News Star - Nigerian Bulletin

Friday, July 29, 2011

Christians Face Death From Extremists in Nigeria - Christian Post

Christians Face Attacks From Extremists in Nigeria - Christian Post

Boko Haram Threatens Christians in Nigeria - Christian Post

Christians in Nigeria Face Persecution Threat From Boko Haram - Christian Post

FP Passport: In Nigeria, avoiding a shot could mean going to jail - Foreign Policy (blog)

Persecution Threat in Nigeria, Christians Fleeing - Christian Post

Jonathan's cabinet doesn't give hope –CNPP scribe - Daily Sun

Moultrie Police warn of Nigerian Internet scams - WALB-TV

Christians in Nigeria Flee from Persecution Threat - Christian Post

Islamic banking: Oritsejafor replies Sultan - Daily Sun

Persecution Threat From Boko Haram Has Christians Fleeing in Nigeria - Christian Post

Case of Measles Confirmed in Montgomery County -

Reps Halt N500 Billion CBN Bail-Out for Banks -

Six Feared Dead in Enugu Inferno -

Parties Decided on Single Term - Jonathan -

Labour Threatens to Resume Strike -

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio drops - Albany Times Union

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio drops - Danbury News Times

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio drops - San Antonio Express

Possible Measles Exposure In Montgomery County -

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio drops - CBS News

County Health Officials Warn of Possible Measels Infection -

Nigerian State Orders Parents to Immunize Against Polio - Voice of America

Nigerian top Muslim leader says sect not behind all violence - AFP

Ideas, not emotions, drive the - Nigeria Daily Independent

Shell's Nigerian oil station restarts after protest - Reuters Africa

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Diamond Bank, Skye Bank of Nigeria - Bloomberg

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio shots - Sacramento Bee

House Suspends Bill to Amend AMCON Act -

Single Term Not My Idea Alone - Jonathan -

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio shots - The Seattle Times

Minimum Wage - Again, Labour Rejects FG's Offer -

Parents in northern Nigeria risk jail by preventing kids from getting polio ... - Washington Post

Nigeria parents risk jail for skipping polio shots - Huffington Post

Blame Obuh if Flying Eagles fail in Colombia –Umeh - Nigeria Daily Independent

Case of Measles Identifed in Montgomery County -

'Kaduna is the Problem of the North' -

Our Investment Plans for the North -Mustapha Bello -

How to Revive North's Economy, By Borodo -

There is a Solution But Does the Will Exist? -

Transcorp of Nigeria Advances Most in a Month as Profit Soars - Bloomberg

Army action angers Nigeria sultan - BBC News

Montco health department issues measles warning -

Naira Heads for First Week Drop in Three as Nigerian Dollar Demand Climbs - Bloomberg

Montco issues measles alert -

Osotimehin Tasks Leaders Over Youths in Governance -

ACN chides FG over Boko Haram menace - Daily Sun

Islamic Banking - Some Light -

And Now, the Tenth Agenda -

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Akande: ACN legislators to shun single term bill - The Nation Newspaper

The social variant of Islamic banking - BusinessDay

Dont give Boko Haram Islamic colouration —ADYAN - Nigerian Tribune

Case of measles reported in Montco - The Times Herald

Emenike in shock Russia switch - The Nation Newspaper

FDI to Nigeria declines by 29% in 2010 – UN report - Vanguard

Nigeria spends over $450m on bandwidth importation - NEXT

Islamic banking has come to stay – Sultan - Vanguard

16 Nigerian banks make Africa's top 100 - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigerian opposition against Jonathan''s single-term plan - MSN India

Single Term - I Will Not Run in 2015 - Jonathan -

There is no opposition in Nigeria – Bakare - Vanguard

Sub-Saharan African Stocks: PZ Cussons Nigeria; SG-SSB of Ghana Are Active - Bloomberg

First Bank of Nigeria to Acquire Banks in 3 African Countries By Year-End - Bloomberg

Nigeria's president considers term limits -

Nigeria's FCMB gets approval on Finbank merger - Reuters Africa

Nigerian group threatens war over Islamic banking - The Africa Report

Nigeria Eurobond Yields Hit Record Low on Debt, Policy Optimism - Bloomberg

Why Pressure Mounts for Admission Into Federal Universities -

PDP NEC to Decide March Convention Date Thursday -

Boko Haram - Five JTF Members Face Trial -

15 States for Maryam Babangida Tennis Champ -

Shell says Nigeria security improves, helps output - Reuters

Fifa Ranking - Super Eagles Slump Again -

Oando Commits N75 Billion to Gas Plant Development -

Shell says Nigeria security improves, helps output - Reuters UK

Mr President, Sign the Health Bill, Please -

Five Soldiers on Trial Over Maiduguri Killings -

The Christian Clergy And Islamic Banking -

Katsina-Alu Vs Salami - Abdullahi Panel Submits Report to NJC -

Air Travelers Groan as Airfares Soar -

Why Kogi State is Collaborating With NDE - HOS -

Fenerbahce to let Emenike leave - Fox News

Representatives to Investigate Murder of Woman by German Police -

Ekiti is 2nd poorest state in Nigeria –Commissioner: - Daily Sun

Boko Haram 'll soon fizzle out –Defence minister - Daily Sun

Flood - NEMA Arrives Lagos With Relief Materials for Victims -

Ondo Accuses Ondo of Disrupting Peace -

'FoI Act - Why States Should Not Step Back Into the Dark' -

Ndigbo And 2015 Presidency, I Deh Laugh! -

The Politics of Islamic Banking System -

Tenure Elongation - Jonathan Under Fire -

Nigeria to Prosecute Troops Over Maiduguri Killings, Nation Says - Bloomberg

FIFA Rankings - Super Eagles Crashes Again -

Ghana wary of dark horse Nigeria - Business Day

Living with AIDS in Nigeria is hellish – Patient - Nigeria Daily Independent

Boko Haram Disrupts Education in North-East Zone -

Cameron's visit and challenge to Chinese investment drive - BusinessDay

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Islamic banking: PFN urges Jonathan to sack Sanusi - Vanguard

Nigeria Has Capacity to Boost Wheat Imports to 6 Million Tons - BusinessWeek

China, Nigeria Spend $629 Million on Abuja to Kaduna Railway - BusinessWeek

Groups reject proposed tenure elongation bill - NEXT

Nigeria Will Play Argentina In September Friendly – Samson Siasia - India

Islamic Banking as fiscal Jihad? - BusinessDay

Nigeria records $6.099m foreign direct investment - Nigerian Tribune

FG unveils 25 years development plan for railways sector - Vanguard

Nigerian security: Which security? Whose security? - Vanguard

Jonathan's single tenure proposal, fraudulent – ACN - Vanguard

Senate - No Going Back On Probe of Govt Firms -

Isbon Tasks Muslims On Ramadan -

Reps back out of Islamic Banking - Daily Sun

ACN flays Jonathan's single-tenure proposal - The Nation Newspaper

What is Boko Haram Fighting For? -

Giant-snail farming: the next big thing? - CNN International

Nigeria's First Bank plans $500 mln Eurobond in 2011 - Reuters Africa

China, Nigeria Spend $629 Million on Construction of Abuja to Kaduna Rail - Bloomberg

Nigeria Sanusi Says Rate Increase to Ease Pressure on Reserves - San Francisco Chronicle

Anambra Denies Taking Islamic Bank Loan -

First Bank Hits N139.7 Billion Gross Earnings in Six Months -

First class results for First Bank of Nigeria - FT Tilt

Maximum Security At FIFA U-20 World Cup -

Zoning - Discipline Tambuwal, Ihedioha, Obasanjo Urges PDP -

Group Wants AGF Probed Over N26 Million Halliburton Bribery Allegation -

Islamic banking not for Nigeria now, says Ekwunife - NEXT

Nigerian future oil output in the balance - AFP

Nigeria confirm Argentina rematch -

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Nigeria needs $900b domestic product for Vision 2020 - NEXT

Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan proposes one-term limits - BBC News

Nigeria's foreign direct investment dips - NEXT

Feature: Nigeria - Boko Haram bombs vs government's confusion -

Nigerian president pushes to expand presidential term - CNN International

9 Nigerian banks make Top 1000 World Banks ranking - Vanguard

Flying Eagles process accreditation - Nigerian Tribune

Fresh outlook for Nigeria's powerful Club 36 - Vanguard

Nigerian arrested in cheating case - Times of India

Nigeria... Improvements Aloft (SatCom) - SatNews Publishers

Nigerian President Proposes Longer, Single Terms for Leaders - Voice of America (blog)

FG sets up c'ttee on Nigeria, Cameroun agreement - Vanguard

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Nigeria proposes limiting politicians to 1 term - Newsday (subscription)

Nigeria again ups main interest rate, to 8.75 pct - AFP

Nigeria proposes limiting politicians to 1 term - CBS News

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Jonathan: Nigeria to ratify agreement on mixed-commission with Cameroon - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria's UBA targets 15-20 pct 2011 loan growth - Reuters Africa

First Bank of Nigeria's First-Half Net Income Rises 23% - San Francisco Chronicle

Govt to Raise US$2 Billion Diaspora Fund -

Nigeria raises benchmark interest rate to 8.75 pct - Reuters

AECI Undertakes Study to Supply Chemicals to Producers in Nigeria, Brazil - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Lagos State May Acquire Land to Grow Rice, Consultant Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria raises benchmark interest rate to 8.75 pct - Reuters Africa

Azeez, Musa, 19 Others for U-20 World Cup -

Amosun Seeks Joint Military Patrol of Border Areas -

Emeteole - Flying Eagles Will Not Disappoint -

Nigerian Central Bank Increases Benchmark Rate to 8.75% to Curb Inflation - Bloomberg

Capital Oil Promises to Crash Kerosene Prices Nationwide -

Nigeria holds 29.32% of Africa's oil reserves – OPEC – Punch - Nigerian Bulletin

Telkom's Nigerian unit Multi-Links suffers R7.4bn loss - African Business Review

7 held with eplosives in Nigeria - News24

Nigeria/Islam-finance: critics of Islamic banking ignorant, SCSN says - International Islamic News Agency

Kerosene out of reach for oil-rich Nigeria's poor - Newsday (subscription)

Jonathan doesn't need your advice, PDP tells ACN - Daily Sun

Nigeria army accused of killings - BBC News

Nigeria army accused of killings in Maidiguri - BBC News

Supreme Shari'ah Council Dares CAN On Islamic Banking -

Boko Haram - Israeli Agents Storm Abuja -

Tsiga Canvasses N50,000 Monthly Stipend for Corps Members -

'India ready to assist Nigeria in privatising power sector' - Hindu Business Line

Shari'ah Council Flays Opponents of Islamic Banking -

Amnesty accuses Nigeria's military of killing 23 - Zee News

Nigerian police 'killed 23 after bomb attack' - Mail & Guardian Online

Monday, July 25, 2011

Nigeria, Ghana friendly: Boateng misses London tie - BusinessDay

OPEC status: Diplomatic row brews between Nigeria, Iran - Nigeria Daily Independent

Boko Haram: Group urges FG to commiserate - Nigeria Daily Independent

PDP flays ACN over comment on Jonathan - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria may become largest mobile payment market in Africa – experts say - BusinessDay

Let's have an inclusive dialogue now! - Vanguard

PDP chides ACN over Jonathan's agenda •As caucus meets on NWC, NEC - Nigerian Tribune

SPDC Restates commitment to Nigeria in divestment exercise - Vanguard

'Why corruption remains stubborn in Nigeria - The Nation Newspaper

Funeral Held for Christians Killed in Suleja, Nigeria Bombing - Christian Post

Africa, the Ultimate Startup - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian police kill 23 after bomb attack - Irish Times

Nigerian police killed 23 after bomb attack - amnesty - Reuters UK

Nigeria's Access, Intercontinental Banks Give Notice on Deal - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria's Access, Intercontinental Banks Give Notice on Deal - Bloomberg

Nigerian forces kill at least 23 after bomb blast: Amnesty - AFP

Nigeria can learn useful things from Iran –Reza - Daily Sun

Nobody Can Islamise Nation, Says Bakare -

45 Ghanaians deported from Nigeria - GhanaWeb

8 Killed in Nigeria's Weekend Blast -

Kerosene out of reach for oil-rich Nigeria's poor -

Kerosene out of reach for oil-rich Nigeria's poor - Forbes

Residents again accuse Nigerian soldiers of rampage - AFP

S.Africa's Telkom lost $1 bn in minister - AFP

Al-Makura as a Test-Case of CPC Regime -

Islamic Banking - Christian Leaders Head for Court -

Minimum Wage Fraud -

Nigeria Likely to Raise Benchmark Rate to 8.5% to Curb Inflation - San Francisco Chronicle

I Bought a Ball With My First Cash Gift - Dikko -

Kerosene out of reach for oil-rich Nigeria's poor - San Francisco Chronicle

Jonathan's Salary Harmonisation Request -

Shell Says Sale of Oil Blocks 'Legal' -

Kogi Governor - All States Can Afford to Pay N18,000 -

N1,300 Billion Allocation - Poisonous Bumper Harvest! -

Kerosene out of reach for oil-rich Nigeria's poor - The Associated Press

Nigeria's policing system defective, says minister - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Welcome to Islamic Banking -

EFCC, ICPC Under Siege -

Lessons From Akwa Ibom Window And Door Game(1) -

NNPC, Capital Oil to Create 3000 Jobs -

Pirates Seize Italian Tanker Off Benin -

House Leadership - Tambuwal's Dilemma -

Eguavoen - the Missing Ingredient -

War Against Corruption - Waziri is Too Powerful -AGF Adoke -

Kerosene Scarcity - Five Lagos LGs Get 400000 Litres -

Educating innovators and entrepreneurs in Nigeria - Washington Post (blog)

Critics of Islamic banking ignorant –Sharia Council - Daily Sun

Nigeria's SEC considers Intercon, Access Bank merger - Reuters Africa

Bin Hammam Banned for Life -

Nigeria/Ghana: Ghana Drops Prince Boateng From Squad -

Adamawa - A Boko Haram Potential Home -

I told Abiola he would not be President, says Unongo - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

45 Ghanaians deported from Nigeria -

Nnaji, PHCN's Workers And Power Sector Reform -

Still on Police Reform - A Failure of Governance, Leadership -

Minimum Wage - Workers Call Off Strike in Oyo -

Le Guen - Oman is a New Adventure -

Sanusi - Islamic Banking is Not Answer to Rogue Banking System -

Indian Hemp - NDLEA Arrests Fela's Wife, Four Others -

Explosion Kills Eight in Nigerian City of Maiduguri, Nation Says - Bloomberg

Boko Haram - Police Beef up Security in Kano, as IGP Visits -

Nigeria/Islam: Islamic NGO Propagates Peace at Its Peak - International Islamic News Agency

Nigeria Likely to Raise Benchmark Interest Rate to 8.5% to Curb Inflation - Bloomberg

Drug case accused says he had cocaine with star -

Bomb attack kills 8 in north Nigeria - Hindustan Times

DIANNA GAMES: Signs of reform by Jonathan in Nigeria beyond loud promises - Business Day

Sunday, July 24, 2011

On the Trail of Boko Haram -

Minimum wage: NLC directs councils to negotiate with govs - Vanguard

Changing perceptions as Nigerian's milestone - BusinessDay

Obuh names 21 players for U-20 World Cup - BusinessDay

Gas transmission/distribution challenges in Nigeria - BusinessDay

CBN economic czarism and its consequences – 8 - Vanguard

Emergence of dictator in Nigeria imminent -Bakare - Nigerian Tribune

Muslim leaders vow to defend Islamic banking - Nigerian Tribune

Don't contravene minimum wage agreement -Labour warns govs - Nigerian Tribune

That Nigeria may not go up in flames - Nigerian Tribune

Labour to resume strike without notice - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Islamic banking: Christian leaders head for court - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

UN-backed Cameroon-Nigeria border commission presses for swift resolution - UN News Centre

Sanusi at the House of Representatives - Nigeria Daily Independent

+ EFCC, ICPC merger not the issue in - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's waning status in climate negotiation - Nigeria Daily Independent

Boko Haram as threat to education in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Bomb in Nigeria kills 8, witness says - Sacramento Bee

Bomb in Nigeria kills 8, witness says - The Associated Press

Ghana drop Boateng ahead of Nigeria clash - Ahram Online

Nigerian oil workers call off planned strike - The New Age Online

Kwarasey, two others named in Ghana squad to face Nigeria -

Psyche of Nigeria's banking elite - Nigeria Daily Independent

Bomb Blast in Nigeria Wounds 3 Soldiers - Voice of America

Transformation of Jonathan should change gear and accelerate… - NgEX

Between EFCC/ICPC And Adoke's Irresponsible Utterances - NgEX

Minimum wage controversy and 'true - Nigeria Daily Independent

Passengers groan under air fare hike, poor service - Nigeria Daily Independent

It's time to restructure Nigerian - Nigeria Daily Independent

Boko Haram: It's sad Nigeria is becoming another Afghanistan – Bishop Onuoha - Vanguard

The Metamorphosis of Boko Haram -

Bomb Blast in Nigeria Wounds 3 Soldiers - Voice of America (blog)

Much ado about a Premier League sponsor - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

U-20 World Cup: Flying Eagles arrive Colombia - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Corruption: Bane of good governance in Nigeria - Daily Sun

Bomb rocks troubled Nigerian city - TVNZ

Playing politics with minimum wage - NEXT

PDP Chair - North-East Roots for Babayo -

Oil workers suspend proposed strike - Nigerian Tribune

NUPENG suspends strike - The Nation Newspaper

US removes Nigeria from terror list - Vanguard

...leave for Colombia today - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria is a failed nation -Sir Olaniwun Ajayi - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria v Ghana: Toro charges Siasia to play his game - Vanguard

How NAFDAC is re-branding Nigeria - Vanguard

New Nigerian writers are in need of spirit - Vanguard

Bomb rocks troubled northeastern Nigerian city - Reuters Africa

Why Jonathan dumped unity govt –Okupe - Daily Sun

Disquiet in Oyo - Daily Sun

Bomb blast wounds three soldiers in Nigeria - AFP

Customs, Stakeholders Clamour for One-Stop-Shop At Apapa Port -

Nigerian Banks Snap Nine-Week Slump as Guaranty Sells Unit Stake - Bloomberg

Freedom of Information - Soyinka Seeks Probe of Yar'Adua's Last Days -

SECTION 39: David and Jonathan - NEXT

Minister's Dress Sets Tongues Wagging in Kano -

RED CARD: Maigari sells Nigerian football cheap to Globacom - NEXT

Boko Haram - I Won't Run Away - Shehu of Borno -

Diageo to Spend $368 Million on Nigeria Expansion, THISDAY Says - Bloomberg

Liberia's recognition of Nigeria's war support - Africa Review

Mexico humiliate Flying Eagles -

Mexico humiliate Flying Eagles in friendly -

Friday, July 22, 2011

Nigeria Drops 'Little Messi' •As Obuh Names WYC Squad - Nigerian Tribune

Workers To Go On Strike August If... - NLC Boss - Nigerian Tribune

Islamic Banking, a Booby Trap — Clerics - Nigerian Tribune

Why Nigeria is poor in swimming – Igali - Vanguard

A season of redemption in Colombia - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria name U20 World Cup squad - BBC News

Nigeria's oil and gas: Blueprint for reform and growth - The Africa Report

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Guaranty Trust Bank; FCMB of Nigeria - Bloomberg

Boko Haram - Firm Offers Legal Service to Police Officers -

Rainmakers in Katsina Open Up -

NYSC And the Quest for National Cohesion -

How NPL Hotshot Akpabio Missed Team's Cut -

ANPP to Jonathan - Your Govt is Too Big -

Information Act should be tested using Yar'Adua's death - NEXT

Research and Markets: Nigeria Country Profile 2011 -

Lumumba Cautions Against Hasty Resolution of Football Crises -

2 hurt in clash with Muslim sect - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Governors And Minimum Wage Saga -

Reps Back Sanusi On Islamic Banking, Withdrawal Limit -

I Didn't Say Sheriff Created Boko Haram - Gen. Useni -

Guaranty Assurance of Nigeria Heads for 2-Week High on Sale - Bloomberg

Sanusi explains gap between lending, deposit rates - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Failed bomb attack, shootout in Nigeria's northeast - AFP

Failed bomb attack, shootout in Nigeria's northeast - Africasia

Blame Govt If We Go On Strike - ASUU -

Oshiomhole Swears-in Odion As Commissioner -

Scholars Call for Youth Mentorship to Tackle Leadership Challenges -

How NPL Top Scorer, Akpabio, Missed Flying Eagles Cut -

Liberia: Jonathan Becomes ?Knight of The Pioneers -

No to Islamic banking -Ositelu, others - Daily Sun

Soyinka Wants 'Disappearance' of the Late Yar'Adua Investigated -

Country's Football Crisis Resolved! -

Jang Flays Jos Violence -

Reps Okay Islamic Banking -

Fleeing Maiduguri Residents Return -

Joint Task Force Escapes Boko Haram Ambush -

Islamic Banking - Sanusi Thrills Reps -

Nigeria lost its last remaining elephant in 2005, and - Coastweek

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Striking Nigerian Oil Workers To Shut Oil And Gas Installations -

'Governors Who Refuse to Pay Minimum Wage Should Be Impeached' -

SA Airways flies the Mandela Day message in Nigeria - BusinessDay

Argentina tie: Dark clouds hover on Nigeria - Vanguard

No apology over Islamic banking – Sanusi - Vanguard

Reps endorse Islamic banking, cash withdrawal policy - The Nation Newspaper

Reps back Sanusi on Islamic banking, withdrawal limit - Nigeria Daily Independent

'Why corruption remains stubborn in Nigeria' - The Nation Newspaper

+ Why Jonathan should re-appraise his - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's Climate Change Commission still a mirage - Nigeria Daily Independent

The need for criminal justice reform in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Democracy and the rebirth of opposition in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Five die in central Nigeria sectarian clash - Hindustan Times

Flying Eagles lose - Vanguard

Nigeria army stems violence in edgy central region - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigeria's GT Bank to sell insurance stake - Reuters

Why Babies Are Born HIV Positive - Naca -

Celebrating Mandela, South Africans Uplift a Local School -

Boko Haram - Lesson From Abroad - And From Here At Home -

ASUU Threatens Strike Over Non-Implementation of 2009 Agreement -

'Islamic Banking Not About Building Mosques, Churches' -

Last-Minute Reprieve - Labour Calls Off Today's Strike -

'We Must Refrain From Negatively Impacting the Environment' -

Ube Funds - 'Govt Should Not Pamper States' -

Killings in central Nigeria add to security concerns - Reuters Africa

Faction emerges from radical Muslim sect - Newsday (subscription)

UK lawmakers hail Cameron's visit to Nigeria - Daily Sun

Nigeria Yields Reach 10-Month Low at Sale on Dropped Limits - BusinessWeek

Awo: 'Model to Nigerian govt' - Nigerian Tribune

Prevail On Govt to Honour Agreement, ASUU Begs Nationals -

'Boko Haram mere insurgence, not terrorism' - Daily Sun

Why Women Should Embrace Islamic Banking - Group -

Boko Haram - Beyond the Call for Amnesty -

•Foreign policy to be investment driven - Daily Sun

Boko Haram - Chime Brings Back Enugu Indigenes From Borno -

Labour Didn't Chicken Out On Minimum Wage Strike, Says LASCO -

Minimum Wage - Committee Works Out Details of New Pay -

Poliomyelitis Cases Discovered in Nigeria - ThirdAge

Mulling a Seven-Year Tenure -

Top Level Talks On Boko Haram -

Anti-Graft War - Stop Media Trial, NBA Tells EFCC -

5 cops plead not guilty to killing sect leader, committing terrorist act - Washington Post

Anti-Graft War - Stop Media Trial - Nigeria Bar Asociation -

Jonathan Warns FEC Against Inordinate Actions -

Saluting Nigerian Workers' Patriotism -

PDP - the Wicked Mother -

How Labour Breached Its Rules On Wage Strike -

Boko Haram - We Won't Withdraw Soldiers From Maiduguri - Jonathan -

'Boko Haram - Govt Should Explore Dialogue' -

Nigeria Falling - FrontPage Magazine

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Ekpo hopes to bring creativity to Eagles midfield - BusinessDay

Welcome to Nollywood: Nigeria's Film Industry Is More Prolific Than Hollywood ... - TIME

Peter Odemwingie recalled to Nigeria squad by Siasia - China Post

Britain, Nation to Fight Boko Haram -

Reaction muted as Izevbekhai family deported to Nigeria - Irish Times

Nigeria Easing Bondholder Restrictions Cuts Yield Before Auction - San Francisco Chronicle

Ebonyi Speaker Commends Labour for Shelving Strike -

Cameron - Country is a Dream Waiting to Happen -

Boko Haram - 'Borno PDP is Contradicting Itself' -

British PM Tasks Jonathan on Power of Enterprise -

Seven Days in Haile Selassie's Ethiopia -

Nigeria/Ghana: Siasia Invites Odemwingie for Ghana Friendly -

Muslims, Christians to Run Islamic Bank - Sanusi -

OP-ED: Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorist group seeks alliance with al-Qaeda - HNN

Nigerian president meets elders over Islamist sect attacks - AFP

Nigeria's inflation rate drops - NEXT

Nigeria gets Financial Reporting Council - NEXT

Nigeria to honour late Muda Lawal -

Why Nigeria's tactics with the militant Boko Haram may not work - Christian Science Monitor

Contrived Furore Over Islamic Banking -

EBay Billionaire Omidyar Gives Nigerian Tech Incubator $200000 - Forbes (blog)

Nigeria U-20 coach oozes confidence - BBC News

World Cup dream for Nigeria u-20 - BBC News

Afren cuts oil production guidance - Financial Times

Cameron, Jonathan pledge to open up trade - The Africa Report

Viewpoint: Time to stop over-parenting in Nigeria - BBC News

Faction emerges from radical Muslim sect - The Associated Press

Health officials not on track to eradicate polio - USA Today

Interest-free banking in Nigeria (1) - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Cameron calls for cross-border tax transparency -

Reps summon Sanusi over cash withdrawal - NEXT

Nigerian Workers Suspend Nationwide Strike - Voice of America

Siasia recalls Odemwingie into the national team - BBC Sport

Cameron Meets Jonathan, Seeks Stronger Trade Ties -

Nigerian Workers Suspend Nationwide Strike - Voice of America (blog)

Labour shelves strike, saves Nigeria N239bn - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Nigeria's home-grown oil firm takes on global players - CNN International

Analysis - Nigeria's dull cabinet reflects compromise culture - Reuters Africa

Football Crisis is Costing Us Laurels - Sports Minister -

Britain, Nigeria agree to co-operate on terrorism - Times LIVE

'Boko Haram is sponsored terrorism' - Daily Sun

Nigerian workers suspend strike after wage talks - Reuters Africa

Nigerian Government's Easing of Restrictions Cuts Bond Yields Before Sale - Bloomberg

UNICEF tasks Northern states on polio, girl-child education - Nigerian Tribune

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

€1m legal bill after Pamela and girls finally deported - Irish Independent

Banks to stop patronage of unregistered cash movement firms - NEXT

UK to support Nigeria's anti-terrorism fight - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria, UK sign agreement on trade, security - NEXT

Oceanic Bank to unveil recapitalisation programme next month - NEXT

'British Prime Minister's visit offers business opportunities' - The Nation Newspaper

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY Osaze returns for Ghana vs Nigeria - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian firm acquires rig to stem pipeline sabotage - AFP

Nigerian Police Plead Not Guilty to Killing Islamic Leader - Voice of America (blog)

UK to help Nigeria boost anti-terrorism security - Reuters Africa

Government meeting with Labour drags on in Abuja - NEXT

Global Actions Nigeria debuts, tasks FG on drunk driving - BusinessDay

Nigerian militants challenge Boko Haram - News24

Omidyar Network Commits $5 Million to Government Accountability in Africa - Sacramento Bee

Nigeria recall repentant Odemwingie - AFP

Fashola says Nigeria has potential to be global leader - WorldStage

Polio resurgence in Nigeria could reverse gains: UNICEF - AFP

Monitise upbeat on Nigeria's mobile banking potential - Total Telecom

UK, Nigeria Agree to Boost Cooperation on Trade, Energy and Immigration - Bloomberg

Nigerian police plead not guilty to killing Islamist leader - AFP

Odemwingie recalled by Nigeria coach Siasia - USA Today

Nigeria's Afribank calls off private equity deal: sources - Reuters Africa

UK to help Nigeria boost anti-terrorism security - Reuters UK

Nigerian bomb wounds soldier, two police - AFP

Total Strike Looms Nationwide -

Izevbekhai family deported - Irish Times

Police restrict explosives amid terrorism fears - The Africa Report

Islamic Banking for Christians, Muslims - Sanusi -

Omidyar Network and The Indigo Trust to Fund New Social Innovation Center in ... - PR Newswire (press release)

Cameron: UK, Nigeria Agree To Double Trade To GBP8 Billion By 2014 - Fox Business

Nigeria's Afribank calls off private equity deal - sources - Reuters Africa

Warning strike: PENGASSAN directs members to shut all oil installations - WorldStage

British PM, Cameron Visits Nigeria, Shuns Abuja! - The Streetjournal

Nigeria's Central Bank Blocked Afribank Purchase, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Asylum seeker Pamela Izevbekhai deported to Nigeria - Irish Independent

Nigeria to Export Six Bonny Light Crude Cargoes in September - Bloomberg

Pirates free Greek oil tanker - AHN | All Headline News

British PM pushes trade in Nigeria, but scandal looms - Capital FM Kenya

British PM pushes trade in Nigeria as scandal looms - AFP

British PM pushes trade in Nigeria, but scandal looms -

How mobile banking can promote financial inclusion in Nigeria - BusinessDay

Nigerian Unions Push Wage Strike Tomorrow That May Curb Oil Exports - Bloomberg

Oyo Civil Servants Insist On N18,000 Minimum Wage - Nigerian Observer

Suspected flight stowaway in Los Angeles pleads not guilty - CNN International

Nigerian workers plan strike in oil-rich nation - AFP

Endorsing criminality or security failure? - NgEX

Nigerian workers plan strike to shut down oil-rich nation - ABS CBN News

Monday, July 18, 2011

Man pleads not guilty to stowaway charges following LAX incident - Daily Breeze

Tinubu hits PDP over Boko Haram - The Nation Newspaper

CBN credit guarantee for three banks - The Nation Newspaper

PM pushes trade in Nigeria, but scandal looms - AFP

About 50 percent of capital deficiency is resolved, says CBN - NEXT

ANPP urges Fed Govt to dialogue with sect members - The Nation Newspaper

'Nigeria imported foods worth trillions of naira in 3 years' - NEXT

Why bid for Afribank failed, by CBN - The Nation Newspaper

Greek Oil Tanker Hijacked Off Nigeria - Voice of America (blog)

Small banks, big pay - The Nation Newspaper

Suspected flight stowaway in Los Angeles pleads not guilty - CNN

LAX Stowaway Scam Artist 'Storyteller' Pleads Not Guilty - LAist

Mapping Violence in Nigeria - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

Nigerian inflation falls in June after rate hikes - Reuters Africa

Sanusi Commends Nigerian Banks for Adopting IFRS - The Nation Newspaper

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Kenya Airways; Oceanic Bank of Nigeria - Bloomberg

Nigerian Inflation Slowed to 10.2% in June as Naira's Gains Curb Imports - Bloomberg

Oceanic Bank Shares Advance on Possible Takeover by Diamond Bank - BusinessWeek

Nigerian oil union threatens strike over minimum wage - Reuters Africa

Analysis Understanding Nigeria's Boko Haram radicals - Spero News

Oceanic Bank of Nigeria Advances on Possible Takeover by Diamond Bank - Bloomberg

Suleja Bombings Set Churches On Edge -

Nigeria Exported More Than Second-Largest OPEC Nation Iran - Bloomberg

Islamic Banking Necessitated By Effect of Global Meltdown - Sanusi -

Alleged LAX stowaway to be arraigned today - Daily Breeze

Greek oil tanker hijacked off Nigerian coast - AFP

IPI Rounds Off Visit, Lauds Media -

ACN Slams Jonathan Over Lagos Flood -

ANALYSIS: Understanding Nigeria's Boko Haram radicals -

Is Not Arsene Wenger the Problem With Arsenal? -

Can Obuh Bring the Cup Home? -

Boko Haram is Product of Injustice - Zangon-Daura -

One Year After - Girls Still Trapped in Malian Sex Camps -

Face-off with pensioners: Court orders CBN to pay - Daily Sun

Nigeria's Borno State Governor urges Islamists to accept a ceasefire - Newstime Africa

FG picks Nigerian candidate for ICC elections - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria and petroleum: Paradox of wealth and poverty - BusinessDay

Don't cry for Enyimba. -

NLC's Warning Strike -

Top tight in Senegal, tighter in Nigeria -

Islamic Banking - Perceptional And Conceptual Understanding -

Jonathan cannot be on probation after 12 months in power – CNPP - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

NIGERIA: Unacceptable - Strategy Page

Obafemi Awolowo Foundation Lecture: Road map for Nigeria's transformational ... - Nigerian Tribune

Draws all round as group stage begins -

Osun PDP asks IG to probe police officer, ACN's deal - Nigerian Tribune

Don't Go On Strike, Mark Appeals to NLC, TUC -

Shettima - Government to Monitor JTF -

Kwankwaso, Shekarau Clash Over Planned Public Procession -

Onyema Assures NSE Staff, Operators On Job Security -

Central Bank licenses 866 MfBs - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Tribunal Cautions Acn Counsel Against Delaying Proceedings -

Boko Haram - South East Govs Task Northern Leaders -

Eyiboh's Inauguration - Eket People Seek Tambuwal's Removal -

Banks Freeze CPC Account -

Let Jerry Ugokwe Join This Team -

'Humane Governance Will End Boko Haram' -

Zimbabwean Sadomba strikes as Hilal hold Enyimba - Times LIVE

ACN slams Jonathan over Lagos flood - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

No going back on warning strike, says Labour - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

David Cameron arrives in Africa for trade mission -

David Cameron arrives in African for trade mission -

Sunday, July 17, 2011

David Cameron Cuts Short Trip to Tackle Scandal - Bloomberg

Furore over Islamic banking in Nigeria - BusinessDay

Fresh anxiety in govt over Boko Haram violence - The Nation Newspaper

Cameron leaves phone hacking behind for Africa trip - AFP

PDP contraption is climax of ridiculous absurdity – Rev. Okotie - Vanguard

CBN to tackle unemployment through intervention policy – - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria turned us into traders, says former textile manufacturing giant - Vanguard

Nationalism: Key to Nigeria's rebirth - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigerian Elders Forum Demands Replacement of Force Fighting Radical Islamists - Voice of America

CBN's interest-free banking gains momentum - Arab News

Nigeria Is One-eyed King - Ghana FA Boss - GhanaWeb

Nigeria Is One-eyed King - Ghana FA Boss - Nigerian Tribune

Controversy Over Plan to Introduce Islamic Banking in Nigeria Erupts - God Discussion

Hilal's Sadomba stuns Enyimba -

Nigeria army 'excesses' admitted - BBC News

Nigeria State Governors Give Commitment On Payment of Minimum Wage - P.M. News

Why Nigeria should bridge the gap in medical tourism - Vanguard

Germany to grow involvement in Nigeria LNG - NEXT

Transparency - Sustaining Nation's Compliant Status -

Lagos Building Collapse - Two Confirmed Dead -

Looking Beyond the 'Boko Haram' -

Indian doctors remove embedded bullet from Nigerian man - Hindustan Times

Boko Haram: We warned govt – Prelate Ola Makinde - Vanguard

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Indian doctors remove embedded bullet from Nigerian man - Deccan Herald

State governors in Nigeria agree to pay N18,000 minimum wage to workers - NgEX

Ripples over Al Qaeda planned base in Nigeria - Vanguard

NEWS ANALYSIS: France's offer of security partnership with Nigeria - Vanguard

'We've improved operations of Nigeria Customs' - NEXT

Ghana's Priceless victory over Nigeria - GhanaWeb

Boko Haram: The police have been let down – Ogbemudia - Vanguard

Nigerian governor urges Islamists accept ceasefire, dialogue - AFP

Islamic banking: Nigeria to benefit from $1.4trn assets - Vanguard

Ghana's Priceless victory over Nigeria - The Nation Newspaper

Copa Coca Cola unearths new talents for Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria's fifth quest to the 'Homeless World Cup' - NEXT

Islamic Banking Divides Nigerian Religious Leaders - The Lincoln Tribune

+ Nigeria needs new Constitution – Ok - Nigeria Daily Independent

Minimum wage: Govs inviting scorpion to breakfast - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria and cashless economy - Nigeria Daily Independent

Blood donation and risk of HIV in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Under-23 AAG ouster: Why Nigerian teams shine less - Nigeria Daily Independent

A nation Boko Harangued - Nigeria Daily Independent

Omolade reunites with Hilal -

We will pay minimum wage, governors tell workers - The Nation Newspaper

Governors promise to pay minimum wage, appeal to workers to shelve strike - WorldStage

Governors Finally Agree To Pay New Minimum Wage - The Streetjournal

7 'Miracle Babies' - Emotions High As DNA Samples Taken -

Maiduguri - Borno Lawmakers Want End to Military Action -

ON WATCH: The T word - NEXT

Sect wounds 7 in besieged north Nigeria city - Sacramento Bee

TUC directs senior workers to embark on wage strike - The Nation Newspaper

An AAG nightmare - The Nation Newspaper

Boko Haram - Igbo Leaders Demand State of Emergency -

ACN condemns PDP's call for Fashola's resignation - The Nation Newspaper

Jonathan Loses Bid to Stop CPC Petition -

Nigeria, Germany to establish bi-national commission - People's Daily Online

Friday, July 15, 2011

Boko Haram: Anger trails FG's trial of 7 police officers - Vanguard

Nigeria Can Make More Use Of Its Resources -Prof. Kuku, Merit Award Winner - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria gets new Cabinet 3 months after polls - CBS News

Islamist Group Steps Up Fight Across Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

First City, Finbank of Nigeria Sign Agreement to Implement Merger Plan - Bloomberg

Nigeria's First City and FinBank Sign Agreement to Merge - BusinessWeek

Nigeria 162/5 (20/20 ov) vs Kenya 139/9 (20/20 ov) - AHN | All Headline News

Nigeria's First City and FinBank Sign Agreement to Merge - San Francisco Chronicle

At least 25 killed during Nigerian military raid: Amnesty - AFP

Abuja's new team flexes its diplomatic muscle - The Africa Report

Nigerian Military Says Some Civilian Leaders Sponsoring Islamic Militants - Voice of America

Boko Haram: Security Agencies Have A Great Job To Do - P.M. News

Blast in Nigeria wounds policemen - AFP

Sect Wounds 7 in Besieged North Nigeria City - Fox News

Twelve More Ministries? -

Official: Sect wounds 7 in latest violence to hit besieged Nigerian city - Washington Post

Soyinka Marks Birthday With 77 Children -

Maiduguri - Shehu of Borno Appeals for Calm, Prayers -

Oil Companies Fail to Bolster Peace in Nigeria, Adviser Says - San Francisco Chronicle

'ANPP, Sheriff Not Responsible for Boko Haram' -

Islamic Banking Divides Nigerian Religious Leaders - Voice of America

Reprieve for Flying Eagles Trio -

National Assembly - Lawmakers Or Salary Earners? -

The Politics And Reality Of National Minimum Wage - Osun Defender

Maigari - Flying Eagles Will Have Good Luck in Colombia -

Boko Haram - My Hands Are Clean, Says Sheriff -

Transformation agenda and the president's team - Daily Sun

Boko Haram Caused By Lack of Political Vision - Ibeshi -

Merkel Tasks Jonathan On Human Rights, Insecurity -

Trade and energy dominates Merkel's Africa visit - Deutsche Welle

More explosions in troubled northern Nigerian city - Reuters Africa

When Afresh takes Nigerian youths to value reorientation clinic - Vanguard

Strike - House Leadership Meets Labour Minister, Union Leaders -

PDP Loses Round One, Moves to Appeal -

Still On Infrastructure Deficits (1) -

No More Amnesty for Militant Youths - Kuku -

JTF Accuses Borno Elders of Backing Boko Haram -

Cleric Hails Islamic Banking, Seeks New Name -

Anti-Graft War Starts With Ministers - Jonathan -

Don't Emulate Me, Soyinka Tells Youths -

Hospitality Investors Urged to Carry Out in-Dept Research -

Once It Was Seven - Now a Nine-Point Agenda Cometh -

Fashola Commissions First Phase of N18 Billion Golden Tulib Hotel -

Borno Elders, JTF Trade Blames -

518 Companies Get N195 Billion Loan - Bank -

Kogi, Edo, Ekiti, Others Evacuate Indigenes -

Corrupt Ministers in Trouble - Jonathan -

Nigeria, Germany to establish bi-national commission - Jonathan - Nigerian Observer

Boko Haram - FG Not Doing Enough - Baptist Convention -

Asamoah Gyan eyes Nigeria scalp in next month's friendly -

African Markets - Factors to watch on July 15 - Reuters

Flood - Lagos Decides On Churches, Schools' Demolition Monday -

'How to Stop Boko Haram Menace' -

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Youths protest at Shell Nigeria crude flow station - NEXT

Merkel in Nigeria - Pakistan Observer

Protea Hotels proceeds with Nigeria expansion - Independent Online

Nigeria's foreign reserves hit $34.5b - The Nation Newspaper

We'll beat Nigeria again, says Gyan - NEXT

MEND condemns refusal to prosecute suspects - The Nation Newspaper

Merkel advises Nigeria to fight insecurity, graft - The Nation Newspaper

UN Security Council Seat: Nigeria/Germany to cooperate - Nigerian Tribune

Needless fuss over minimum wage - The Punch

Strike: House asks Fed Govt, states to pay N18,000 - The Nation Newspaper

Boko Haram: Army, police casualties mount - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria-Germany bi-national commission under way -Jonathan - Nigerian Tribune

No rape, extra-judicial killings in Nigerian city: military - AFP

Boko Haram Offers Little More than Death to Nigerian People - International Business Times

Nigerian Labor Leaders Call Strike Over Minimum Wage - Voice of America

Iran-Nigeria in trade talks after strained ties - AFP

Football is dead in Nigeria – Oliseh - Vanguard

Nigeria gets new Cabinet 3 months after polls -

Nigeria gets new Cabinet 3 months after polls - The Associated Press

Nigeria gets new Cabinet 3 months after polls - San Francisco Chronicle

Germany, Nigeria Agree on Energy Cooperation as Leaders Meet - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Naira Declines to 4-Day Low as Banks Demand Dollars - BusinessWeek

Merkel tells Africa to solve its own problems - Times LIVE

Nigeria Protesters Besiege Shell's Kolo Creek Logistics Base - Bloomberg

Germany to grow involvement in Nigerian LNG: Merkel - Reuters Africa

UPDATE 1-Youths protest at Shell Nigeria crude flow station - Reuters

Germany to grow involvement in Nigerian LNG - Merkel - Reuters Africa

Youths protest at Shell Nigeria crude flow station - Reuters Africa

Okomu Nigeria Rises to 14-Month High on Bets Rain to Spur Output - Bloomberg

Education Problems More of Facilities Than Teachers - Expert -

Nigeria's Naira Heads for Two-Week Low as Lenders' Dollar Demand Increases - Bloomberg

'Fifa ban would have improved Nigerian football' -

Nigeria's crude oil production soars to 2.6m bpd -

Fifa ban would have improved Nigerian football-Owumi -

Nigerian oil militants threaten new attacks - AFP

Iran, Nigeria Plan to Exchange Experiences in Different Arenas - Fars News Agency

Reps seek dialogue with labour, minister over proposed strike - Daily Sun

NPL Set to Unveil New Sponsors -

Schools, Churches, Others On Fashola's Demolition List -

Aag Ouster - Eguavoen Walks On Tight Rope -

Did JAMB's Biometric Capturing System Succeed? -

International Press Institute Vienna Executives Visit the Country -

Merkel in Nigeria after controversial patrol boat offer - AFP

Court Orders French Embassy to Pay N4 Million to Firm -

Reps Wade Into Looming Varsity Workers Strike -

Don't Neglect Agriculture, Israeli Envoy Tells Govt -

We Want to Reduce Disaster Risk - NEMA DG -

Shell Lifts Force Majeure On Nigeria Bonny Crude Loadings - Wall Street Journal

Islamic Banking Makes People Apprehensive - Cleric -

Portugal Holds Flying Eagles to Draw -

Sheriff Fumes - I Didn't Create Boko Haram -

Govt Dialogues With Varsity Unions Over Strike -

Shell lifts force majeure on Nigeria Bonny crude - MarketWatch

Hunt for Boko Haram is no Licence to Kill -

Merkel arrives in Nigeria - Independent Online

Shell: Lifts Force Majeure On Nigeria Bonny Crude Loadings - Wall Street Journal

Globacom to Launch Next Generation Charging in Nigeria -

Lagos Floods - House Asks President to Sign Climate Change Bill -

Boko Haram - Issues On National Security -

Nigerian Islamist sect wants soldiers withdrawn - Reuters Africa

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Nigerian Government Moots Peace Talks With Islamist Sect - RTT News

Imagine Cup: Nigerian software solution ranked 5th in people's choice award - Vanguard

Uganda edge Nigeria to secure slot in final - Daily Monitor

Our target is Aso Rock, Boko Haram declares - Nigeria Daily Independent

Let's accept defeat –Kanu - Nigerian Tribune

Reps invite minister, Labour chiefs to avert strike - The Nation Newspaper

Merkel talks energy in Kenya, Angola and Nigeria - New Europe

Boko Haram - FG Charges 5 Police Officers for Killing Mohammed Yusuf -

Will the Yusuf Murder Trial Quell Boko Haram in Nigeria? - International Business Times

Nigeria's Naira Weakens for First Time in 6 Sales on Demand From Lenders - Bloomberg

Dream Team V Disappointed Us - NFF -

Why Nigeria has failed to achieve economic growth, by Sanusi - Vanguard

All Africa Games - Country Can Impress Without Football - NSC -

NAFDAC Initiates N200 Billion Fund for Pharmaceutical Industry -

Africa is leaving Nigeria behind - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Union Bank Nigeria Gets $750 Million for Recapitalization - BusinessWeek

Lagos Governor Orders Demolition of Illegal Buildings - Voice of America

International Press Institute to Partner Local Media On Training -

Nigerian Cocoa Processors Want a Regulatory Board, Copan Says - Bloomberg

Ahmed Musa Joins Flying Eagles in Panama -

Monumental Challenges Before Jonathan -

Reps invite Labour minister, unions over... - BusinessDay

Arewa Indicts Sherrif Over Boko Haram -

FG Increases Youth Corps Members' Allowance to N19,800 -

France Coach Calls for Giant-Killing Skills Against USA -

Tackling the Refugee Crisis -

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Tropical Paradise, Union Bank Nigeria Both Climb - Bloomberg

Bomb attacks: No humanitarian crisis yet in Nigeria, says UN - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria policemen in court trial for Boko Haram killing - BBC News

Latest blast in Nigeria wounds one soldier - AFP

Tears, Wailing And Gnashing of Teeth Over Lagos Flood -

Boko Haram: A handshake beyond Nigeria's elbow - Nigerian Tribune

Labour Begins Three-Day Warning Strike July 20 -

World Oil Demand May Hit All-Time High Before December, Opec Warns -

Abuja Court Restores Owumi to NPL -

Official: Sect detonates bomb outside late governor's home in Nigeria's ... - Washington Post

Industrial action looms over Minimum Wage -

Nigeria sect attacks late governor's family home - The Associated Press

Nigeria sect attacks late governor's family home - Huffington Post

Fashola Orders Demolition of Illegal Structures -

Culture, Nigeria's route to development -Runsewe - Nigerian Tribune

Boko Haram Fights Back -

Nigeria bid to host Olympic qualifiers - KickOff

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

'Okonjo-Iweala's appointment to enhance drive for reform' - NEXT

The quest for a cashless Nigerian economy - BusinessDay

Gay Rights Group Takes Action Over Nigeria's Soccer Coach Eucharia Uche's ... - SheWired

Olympic team let Nigeria down – NFF - Vanguard

Thousands flee Nigerian city - The News International

FG - Only Grade Level 01-06 Will Get New Wage -

Union Bank Nigeria Signs Deal With African Capital Alliance - Bloomberg

Violence in northeast Nigeria sparks fears -

Two Churches Bombed in Nigeria, Christians on High Alert - Christian Post

The Multilateralist: From Nigeria to the World Bank--and now back - Foreign Policy

Shell lifts force majeure on Nigeria Bonny oil - Reuters

Olympic loss motivated us to stop Nigeria – Appiah - Vanguard

NLC Declares Warning Strike! - The Streetjournal

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Afribank of Nigeria; Guaranty Trust - Bloomberg

Floods kill 20 in Nigeria's biggest city - AFP

Lessons From the 2011 General Elections -

Lagos to Pay State Media Workers N18,000 Minimum Wage -

Thousands flee Nigerian city after Islamist attacks - AFP

Thousands Flee Maiduguri - Boko Haram Threatens University -

Tactical discipline ensured Meteors victory - Appiah - GhanaWeb

Nigerian Stocks Head for Nine-Month Low as Europe Concern Curbs Demand - Bloomberg

FG, Labour at a Crossroads Over Minimum Wage -

Flying Eagles Camp Memoirs -

AAG - Dream Team Crash Out -

Nigerian President Appoints More Cabinet Ministers - Voice of America

Six Die in Lagos, Ogun Floods -

Imoke Floats Foundation for Youth Development -

All African Games - Dream Team Crash Out -

Three Killed as Blast Rocks Suleja -

Dealing With Building Collapse -

Lagos Flood - 15 Bodies Recovered -

The Cervical Cancer Challenge -

Fear of Islamic Militant Attacks in Nigeria Spreads to Lagos - Voice of America

Ekpo Calls for Dialogue -

Information Act, Bankole And the Rest of US -

Oshiomhole, NLC, Trade Union Congress Finalise On Minimum Wage -

Nigerian govt sets March date for payment of minimum wage - African Manager

Nigeria's Afribank Falls 10th Day on Doubts Over Vine Purchase - Bloomberg

Again, Medals Table Madness -

Edo commences minimum wage implementation - Vanguard

More casualties expected in Nigerian flood -

Residents flee Nigerian city hit by sect attacks - Reuters

Threats close Nigerian university - BBC News

Nigeria university shuts down over bomb threats - The Associated Press

Access, Intercontinental Bank, begin merger, acquisition talks - Vanguard

Nigeria university shuts down over bomb threats - Huffington Post

Nigerian president appoints more Cabinet ministers - Reuters Africa

Nigeria Seeking 15 Trillion-Naira in Investment, ThisDay Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria Shuts University Over Militants Threats, Trust Says - Bloomberg

'Siasia, Osaze rift dead, buried' - The Nation Newspaper

Minimum Wage: EDSG, Labour sign agreement... to pay N18,000.34 - Nigerian Observer

SSS Grills ex-Governor Sheriff In Abuja Over Boko Haram - Times of Nigeria

Sundowns raid Nigeria - Sowetan

Monday, July 11, 2011

Labour's two-week ultimatum on the - Nigeria Daily Independent

Local company to assure product safety for Nigeria - Dayton Daily News

Jonathan 'll diversify Nigeria's economy -Minister - Nigerian Tribune

Explosion targets brothels, taverns in northern Nigeria - AFP

We're happy to defect Nigeria - Appiah - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria in Never-Never Land? - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

Bad roads: Why EU stopped giving Nigeria grants – Senator Matori - Vanguard

Appiah: Beating Nigeria is always special - GhanaWeb

Govt Urged to Commute All Death Sentences Following Court Judgment -

Nigerian President Makes Aganga Trade and Investment Minister - BusinessWeek

Nigerian President Jonathan Makes Aganga Trade and Investment Minister - Bloomberg

Bowler hats and beauty contests - The Africa Report

Access, Intercontinental Banks sign merger agreement - Vanguard

$100000 McNulty Prize 2011 Finalists Announced - Sacramento Bee

Diamond Visa Credit Card Voted Best - All Africa ICT

World Bank praises Okonjo-Iweala as she picks ministerial job - NEXT

CBN and small enterprise funding - BusinessDay

Military and Boko Haram in northern violence - The Africa Report

Appiah: Beating Nigeria is always special - Ghana Football Association

Nigerian team loses out in Imagine Cup 2011 - Vanguard

Boko Haram - Abuja Residents Groan Over Traffic Gridlock -

German Chancellor Visits the Country for Energy Exhibition -

Explosion targets brothels, taverns in northern Nigeria - Ahram Online

FG to Harness Potentials of Youths, Says Sambo -

Little Things for Great Results -

I'm ready for any challenge: Richard Mpong -

Heavy Rain Sacks Lagos - Fashola Shuts Down Public Schools -

PDP Chair - As Baraje Holds Fort -

World Bank Boss to resign to pick up Ministerial position in Nigeria -

'Good Governance Undergirds Development' -

Several injured by explosion in north Nigeria town - Reuters Africa

Floods leave scores homeless in Nigeria's largest city - AFP

Minimum Wage - Governors Acting Like Boko Haram - Labour -

"Born-Again" Okonjo-Iweala? -

Access, Intercontinental Banks of Nigeria Sign Merger Terms - San Francisco Chronicle

ACN Faults Alleged Bid to Assassinate Suswam -

11 Islamist Militants Killed In Fighting With Nigerian Forces - RTT News

Looking Through Nsf, Falcons, Under-23 And the Kumasi Battle -

Flood - Fashola Declares Public Holiday for Lagos Schools -

Meteors Are Maputo-Bound; After Win Over Nigeria - Modern Ghana

Boko Haram - Explosions Kill 30 in Maiduguri -

Access, Intercontinental Banks of Nigeria Sign Merger Terms - Bloomberg

Bomb outside Nigerian capital kills three: Red Cross - Reuters Africa

Muslim Lawyers Commend CBN On Islamic Banking - Nigerian Observer

17 killed during security operation in Nigeria - CBS News

Bauchi Government Supports Privatization of PHCN -

ICPC to Monitor 2010 Capital Projects -

Kaduna Polytechnic ASUP May Suspend Strike Today -

Boko Haram - 30 Gunned Down in Military Operation -

Nigeria fans blame coach Eguavon for defeat against Ghana - GhanaWeb

3 killed in Nigeria bomb blast - Philippine Star

11 sect members killed in shootout, says Nigerian military - Indian Express

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Borno - 30 Feared Killed in JTF/Boko Haram Crossfire -

30 said killed in clashes in Nigeria -

Okonjo-Iweala's second coming - BusinessDay

Concern over stalled Nigerian forest carbon project - Nigeria Daily Independent

GTBank adjudged “Best Bank in Nigeria” by Euromoney - Vanguard

Challenges of Nigerian migrants in the UK, byTafida - The Nation Newspaper

New wage: Maritime workers warn ports users on strike - Vanguard

Economic czarism and its consequences (6) - Vanguard

Minimum wage: We'll shut down Nigerian ports -Maritime workers - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria Says 11 Boko Haram Members Have Been Killed in Clash - Voice of America

Three People Killed in Bombing at Nigeria Church, Police Say - Bloomberg

Nigerian Security Forces Kill 11 Religious Militants in Borno - San Francisco Chronicle

Shaky Uganda leave it late against Nigeria - Daily Monitor

Nigerian Security Forces Kill 11 Religious Militants in Borno - Bloomberg

Uganda stretched for 2nd victory - New Vision

Black Meteors qualify for All Africa Games - Ghana News Agency

Nigeria claims Boko Haram deaths - BBC News

Nigeria army claims 11 Boko Haram deaths in Maiduguri - BBC News

Bomb outside Nigerian capital kills three - Red Cross - Reuters Africa

Ghana beat Nigeria to qualify for All Africa Games -

Ghana complete AAG double over Nigeria - KickOff

BC-AF--Nigeria-Violence, 2nd Ld,0126 - WGME

Blast kills 2 near Nigeria's capital - Westport-News

Blast kills 2 near Nigeria's capital - Sacramento Bee

Blast kills 2 near Nigeria's capital - Albany Times Union

Blast kills 2 near Nigeria's capital - Atlanta Journal Constitution

17 killed during security operation in Nigeria -

17 killed during security operation in Nigeria - Albany Times Union

Blast in outskirts of Nigerian capital Abuja-NEMA - Reuters Africa

17 Killed During Military Operations in Nigeria - Fox News

BC-AF--Nigeria-Violence,0136 - WLOS

Nigeria blast injures four - AFP

17 killed during security operation in Nigeria - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Blast in outskirts of Nigerian capital Abuja-NEMA - Reuters

17 killed during military operation in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Boko Haram - Military Chiefs, Political Leaders Disagree -

Envoy identifies challenges facing Nigerian migrants in UK - Vanguard

Ghana U23 striker Agyemang ruled out of selection against Nigeria - GhanaWeb

Skipper Karashani wary of Nigerians - Daily Monitor

Nigeria to look at Islamic Banking without emotion - The Africa Report

Boko Haram - We Are Ready to Assist FG - ACF -

Nigeria, Ghana in make or break battle - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Saturday, July 09, 2011

Nation Lacks Sufficient Raw Materials for Steel Production - Sada -

Our bank directors are the highest paid in Africa - NEXT

'Nigeria can achieve MDGs by 2015', says UN report - NEXT

'We're making more money importing tyres than manufacturing in Nigeria' - NEXT

Nigeria, Ghana take feud to Kumasi - NEXT

Mass protest as solution - Nigerian Tribune

BATTLE OF KUMASI We are ready for Ghana Eguavoen - The Nation Newspaper

A nation Boko Harangued ( - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's coach Uche laments early exit - Namibian

Group blames Falcons' flop on injustice - Vanguard

Tribute pours into COSON website for Christy Essien-Igbokwe - Nigeria Daily Independent

Okonjo-Iweala's second coming - Nigeria Daily Independent

Islamic banking: A jihadist ambush - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria reject Ghana hotel - GhanaWeb

Ghana hopeful of glory against Nigeria - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

'ANPP Has No Pact With Jonathan' -

Boko is Not the Only Haram [ii] -

South Sudan Becomes Newest Independent Nation -

'How Zoning Caused Post Election Violence' -

Jonathan Tasks New Aides On Performance -

Gunmen Rob Two Banks in Northern Nigeria, Give Money to 'the Poor Ones' - Bloomberg

Taiwanese, Chinese get 15 years for drugs - Sacramento Bee

Tough reformer Okonjo-Iweala set for Nigeria return - Reuters Africa

Okonjo-Iweala quits World Bank to be Nigeria fin min - Reuters Africa

Suspected flight stowaway indicted - CNN International

Ghana must go! - The Nation Newspaper

Friday, July 08, 2011

Ex-Finance Minister Back - New York Times

Suspected flight stowaway indicted - CNN

Fiscal federalism is way out of Nigeria's problems, says Ajayi - The Nation Newspaper

'How to transform Nigeria' - Daily Sun

Two Foreigners Bag 45 Years For Drugs - Nigerian Tribune

Jonathan Swears in 17 More Ministers -

Okonjo-Iweala to Leave World Bank Mid-August for Nigeria Post - BusinessWeek

Okonjo-Iweala to Leave World Bank Mid-August for Nigeria Post - San Francisco Chronicle

We're Stock Piling Bombs - Boko Haram -

No Bikes for You: Nigeria Bans Motorcycles in Terror-Struck City - TIME (blog)

Okonjo-Iweala Gets Threat Calls -

Make Or Break ... As Meteors Battle Nigeria - GhanaWeb

Obuh: U-20s are a big step up for Nigeria -

Thousands jobless after motorcycle ban - eTaiwan News

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Kenya Airways, Flour Mills of Nigeria - Bloomberg

NEWSMAKER-Tough reformer Okonjo-Iweala set for Nigeria return - Reuters Africa

Two Foreigners Jailed For Importing Cocaine Into Nigeria - The Streetjournal

Thousands jobless after motorcycle ban - Forbes

Boko Haram as agent of change - WorldStage

Thousands jobless after motorcycle ban - The Seattle Times

Taiwanese, Chinese get 15 years for drugs - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria Swears in Principal Advisers - Voice of America

Anyaoku Flays Lawmakers Over Jumbo Pay -

Okogie bemoans ongoing CBN banking refor... - BusinessDay

Make Or Break ... As Meteors Battle Nigeria - Modern Ghana

Maritime workers to shut port operations... - BusinessDay

Islamic Banking Stirs Uproar in Nigeria -

Meteors Coach promises qualification -

Appiah quietly confident for Nigeria visit - KickOff

Boko Haram - Shehu of Borno, Soyinka Proffer Solution -

Lagos Building Collapse - Death Toll Rises to 15 -

Flour Mills of Nigeria Heads to 11-Week Low on Profit Decline - Bloomberg

Nigeria Bond Yields Head for First Weekly Rise in 3 on Inflation Concern - Bloomberg

Nigeria's Maiduguri bans motorbikes to stop Boko Haram - BBC News

Army for Benin-Ore Road -

Minimum Wage - Group Rallies Support for NLC, TUC Demand -

2 more bodies found in Nigeria building collapse - BusinessWeek

PGI Energy and J & L Instrumentation & Power, LLC and Knox J & L Energy ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Orji - Contending With Challenge of Opposition -

Nigeria's President Jonathan swears in 13 of 18 new Special Advisers - NgEX

•Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke - Daily Sun

Dangote to Build Biggest African Fertilizer Plant in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Nigeria set to swear in Okonjo-Iweala as fin min - Reuters

Boosting Art as GTB Partners Tate Modern -

Group A: Hosts improve – France impress -

What About Islamic Banking? -

Nigeria - Islamic Banking: Campaign Of A CBN Governor Or Kano Prince - NgEX

Lagos residents await mobile kerosene trucks - Nigerian Tribune

Muslim Lawyers Back Sanusi On Islamic Banking -

Restoring Confidence in the Electoral Process -

Thursday, July 07, 2011

Van Eck plans Nigeria equity exchange-traded fund - NEXT

Scholars support introduction of non-interest banking - NEXT

UK intelligence report and terror threats - BusinessDay

Dream Team V set to dim Black Meteors in Kumasi - BusinessDay

U-23: Eguavoen writes off Ghana - The Punch

Islamic banking is right to better life, says association - The Nation Newspaper

Ghana U-23 coach under no pressure ahead of Nigeria clash - The Nation Newspaper

Motos banned in Nigerian city hit by violence - AFP

'Govt should equip, train media on security checks' - Nigeria Daily Independent

UN lauds Nigeria over MDG goals - Vanguard

Northern Nigeria's 'huge' oil reserves -

Fred Pappoe optimistic of Meteors qualification -

UN humanitarian chief stresses need to enhance cooperation with Nigeria - UN News Centre

2 more bodies found in Nigeria building collapse - Atlanta Journal Constitution

2 more bodies found in Nigeria building collapse - San Francisco Chronicle

2 more bodies found in Nigeria building collapse - Huffington Post

Country Has Suffered From Corruption - Anyim -

Nigeria police say feared Muslim sect raids police armory in restive northeast - Washington Post

Inexperience Wrecked Falcons World Cup - Hamilton -

Corruption - FG to Assess Ministries, Agencies -

Muslim sect raids police armory in NE Nigeria - eTaiwan News

Nigerian Finance Minister Nominee Says Nation Must Live Within Means - Voice of America

Muslim sect raids police armory in NE Nigeria -

Food Imports Cost Country N630 Billion Annually -

No Alternative to Paying the Minimum Wage -

As Ngozi Returns to Finance Ministry -

Maiduguri Shuts Down As Army Launches Search -

AFL Supplies Solution to First Open Access Fibre Backbone in Nigeria - Business Wire (press release)

Like Kakaki Nupe, Like CNN's Ted Turner -

Super Falcons Coach May Be Axed -

Police Raid Suspected Boko Haram Hideout in Bauchi, Recover Arms -

Mobil Donates 50 Laptops to Rivers NUJ -

Senate Confirms Okonjo-Iweala, Aganga, Nnaji Seven Others -

Nigerian oil minister returns, doubters circle - Reuters

Renaissance professionals fault CBN on nationalisation of rescued banks - Daily Sun

Anglicans kick against Islamic banking - Vanguard

Ghana U23 coach under no pressure ahead of Nigeria clash - GhanaWeb

Blast Rocks Nigerian City As Islamist Violence Raged - RTT News

Minimum wage: Oyo workers attack leaders - Daily Sun

Boko Haram Overruns Bauchi Police Armoury -

Nigeria living beyond her means-Okonjo-Iweala - Daily Sun

Football Federation Board Splits Over Uche's Future -

Still On National Security -

Youth Corps Members Besiege Headquarters for Redeployment -

Make Telecom Equipment National Infrastructure – Airtel Nigeria Boss - Nigerian Bulletin

Alcatel-Lucent Introduces New Chip for Greener Internet - All Africa ICT

Senate Confirms 10 More Ministerial Nominees -

Collapsed Building Kills 8, Injures 33 -

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

In darkest defeat aspire for greatness - The Province

Southern Sudan, Nigerian political leaders and posterity - Nigerian Tribune

Banking and taxation in the name of God and the law - BusinessDay

ACN governors agree to pay N18,000 minimum wage - The Nation Newspaper

Oyo workers stone leaders over minimum wage - NEXT

Airtel to invest N156b in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

Boko Haram: The terrorists are - Nigeria Daily Independent

Muslim lawyers commend Sanusi on Islamic banking - NEXT

New minister to boost Nigerian reformers - Financial Times

Germany beats Nigeria 1-0 in Women's World Cup - San Jose Mercury News

Building collapse kills 6 in major market - The Associated Press

Nigeria defeats Canada 1-0 in 2011 World Cup: A fan's reaction - Yahoo! Sports

Women's soccer shines - Toronto Sun

Nigeria sect wounds 4 soldiers in uneasy northeast - CBS News

Islamists steal police arms in northern Nigeria raid - AFP

Ivorian refs for Ghana, Nigeria game -

Okonjo-Iweala pledges tighter Nigeria fiscal policy - NEXT

Jonathan Chooses Continuity With New Nigerian Cabinet - Voice of America

Group drums support for Islamic banking ... - BusinessDay

Bomb, gunfire in northeast Nigerian town - Reuters AlertNet

Bomb, gunfire in northeast Nigerian town - euronews

Nigerian Senate Approves World Bank Director for Cabinet - San Francisco Chronicle

Akpabio - One Election, Many Victories -

Bomb blast hits Nigerian military checkpoint - AFP

Nigeria's Rescued Banks Retreat on Nationalization Concern - Bloomberg

Nigerian Senate Approves World Bank's Managing Director for Cabinet Post - Bloomberg

Nigeria to Roll Out 10000 Teller Machines by End of Year - Bloomberg

Explosion Injures Soldiers in Nigerian City of Maiduguri - BusinessWeek

Christian Association Fears Nation's Islamisation -

Fashola to Reduce Foreign Medical Treatments -

Explosion Injures Soldiers in Nigerian City of Maiduguri - San Francisco Chronicle

Workers of Political Iniquities -

Miserable end to tourney for Canadian women - Brantford Expositor

Agyemang Badu boost for Meteors' Dream Team 5 clash -

Kicked while down - London Free Press

Explosion Injures Soldiers at Check Point in Nigerian City of Maiduguri - Bloomberg

Nigerian ex-governor apologises to Islamists over abuse - AFP

Nigeria to nationalise struggling banks - The Africa Report

Islamic banks legal, says NSCIA – Daily Trust - Nigerian Bulletin

Nigeria's Maiduguri city rocked by explosion - BBC News

Mercifully, it's over for Canada - Winnipeg Free Press

Explosion, gunfire in northeast Nigerian town - Reuters Africa

Islamic Council Assures Pentecostals on Islamic Banking -

World Body Endorses Customs College As Regional Training Centre -

University Staff to Join Labour Congress Over Minimum Wage Strike -

Jonathan's Tough Economic Agenda -

Security Services Arrests Boko Haram Sect Commanders -

Canada ends on sour note - Montreal Gazette

Again , Boko Haram Gunmen Kill Two Policemen in Borno -

Controversial Nigeria bid to start Islamic banking - AFP

Kwasi Appiah's Big Test In Kumasi - GhanaWeb

Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Ghana U23 captain Inkoom released for Nigeria clash -

Nigeria needs rail transport now, Mr President - Vanguard

El-Rufai Defiant, I Will Not Stop Talking -

Security situation: Posers for the media - Daily Sun

More HIV/Aids Drugs On the Way -

Nigerian mother of quintuplets 'fights' to remain in the UK - NEXT

Nigeria coach Uche laments early World Cup exit - Times of India

Industrialist supports Cbn on Islamic banking - Nigerian Tribune

'Why we sued Alison-Madueke over her NYSC status' - NEXT

'Nigeria may nationalise banks' - The Nation Newspaper

Sept recapitalisation deadline: Spring Bank shortlists four - Nigeria Daily Independent

Women's World Cup: England, Nigeria, Germany notch key wins - AHN | All Headline News

Kerosene scarcity: Reps invite Diezani, NNPC boss - Nigeria Daily Independent

England top, Germany beat France - ESPN

Failed banks to be nationalised after Sept 30 - Nigeria Daily Independent

Canadian women head home winless after 1-0 loss to Nigeria - Toronto Star

Nigeria beats Canada 1-0 at women's World Cup - Sacramento Bee

Media Accreditation for Ghana-Nigeria Olympic qualifier opens - Ghana News Agency

Nigeria tops Canada in Group A finale - Montreal Gazette

Inconsistent resolution of the rescued banks - Vanguard

Nigeria beats Canada 1-0 at women's World Cup - USA Today

World Bank says Okonjo-Iweala in Nigeria for talks - Reuters

Islamic Banking - CBN Rejects Al Qaeda Request for Banking Licence -

Canadian women playing for pride now - Vancouver Sun

Two policemen shot, military patrol bombed in Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria to Introduce Islamic Shariah-Compliant Banking - International Business Times

Nigerian President Names World Bank Chief, Okonjo-Iweala, for His Cabinet - Bloomberg

Spring Bank of Nigeria Set to Choose Investor, Meet Refinancing Deadline - Bloomberg

Alison-Madueke: A metaphor - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria's Diamond, Skye, UBA Banks Rated 'Outperform' at FBN - BusinessWeek

Canadian women playing for pride now - The Province

NITEL - Lawmaker Alleges Sabotage to Privatisation -

Should Nigeria embrace Islamic banking? - BBC News (blog)

Nigeria May Nationalize Banks If Cash-Injection Target Ends - BusinessWeek

Nigeria president picks World Bank MD for cabinet - Reuters Africa

House of Representatives Raises Hope On State Creation -

Ohanaeze On Nnaji's Ministerial Nomination -

Bello, 36 Others Take Oath of Office -

Our winless World Cup side aims to take it out on Nigeria - Winnipeg Free Press

Nigeria Tries to 'Reform' Those Arrested After Bombings - Voice of America

Anxiety Over Bomb Threat At NNPC -

Rep Wants FG to Revamp Nitel -

Oyo ACN Hails Ajimobi Over Assets Declaration -

Boko Haram Kills Four, Steals N21.5 Million LG Salaries in Borno -

Ondo Set to Pay Minimum Wage -

NIPOST Pensioners Stage Peaceful Protest in Kano -

'Islamic' Banking And Religious Bigotry -

Fashola,Pfn,Ncpp Task Nigerians On Healthy Life Expectancy -

Nigeria May Nationalize Banks If Cash-Injection Target Ends - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigerian Security Police Says It Holds 100 Islamic Militants - Bloomberg

Again, South East Insists On PDP Chair -

Bimbo Ayelabola: Nigerian mother who cost NHS £200k working illegally as Avon Lady - Daily Mail

Canada aims to end Women's World Cup by playing with pride - Vancouver Sun

Nigeria Screens World Bank Chief for Cabinet Post, Vanguard Says - Bloomberg

Kanu, truly Nigeria's greatest -

Nigerian mother who cost NHS £200000 is working illegally as an Avon Lady - Daily Mail

Shell Links Crude Oil Theft to International Syndicate -

Nigeria arrests 100 suspected Islamist sect members - Reuters Africa

Badu out of Nigeria meeting? -

Monday, July 04, 2011

FIFA Women's World Cup 2011: Germany Vs. France, Canada Vs. Nigeria, Group A - SB Nation

Furore over Nigeria's bid to introduce Islamic banking - AFP

Standard Bank unit wins Nigerian sharia licence - Independent Online

Canada, Nigeria hope to end WWC on positive note - Los Angeles Times

Canada, Nigeria hope to end WWC on positive note - Sports Network

Nigeria, Canada play-off for pride - The Borneo Post

The debt challenge and the transformation agenda in Nigeria - Nigeria Daily Independent

How N18,000 minimum wage was agreed upon - The Nation Newspaper

'Liberalisation won't address structural challenges' - NEXT

Realistic wage - The Nation Newspaper

CBN not promoting Islamic bank, says Sanusi - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian mother who cost NHS £200k working illegally as Avon Lady - Daily Mail

Nigeria May Nationalize Banks If Cash-Injection Target Not Met - Bloomberg

Previewing final games in Groups A, B - ESPN (blog)

Canada's World Cup finale means nothing - Toronto Sun

Lesbians were 'big problem' -- Nigerian coach - Toronto Sun

This guys is indeed a wolf in sheep's cl... - BusinessDay

Nigeria's secret police capture over 100 'dissidents' - AFP

Nigeria's secret police capture over 100 'dissidents' - Africasia

Galadima tasks Super Falcons -

El-Rufai's arrest sparks power rhetoric - The Africa Report

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: Bank PHB, Stanbic IBTC Bank of Nigeria - Bloomberg

Nigeria's "bloody Sunday": deadly blast linked to Islamic sect - GlobalPost

Jonathan's Image One Month After -

Who Succeeds El-Rufai as FCT Minister? -

New Strategy - Boko Haram Targets Lokoja Bridge -

Much Ado About Islamic Banking -

I Won't Stop Talking - El-Rufai -

Nigerian Security Forces Search for Attackers Who Killed At Least 10 - Voice of America

Coach Siasia's Lesson On Discipline -

Germany 2011 - Where Did the Falcons Go Wrong? -

UPDATE 1-Nigeria stocks hit 3-month low, funds eye bonds - Reuters

CBN poised to unveil new risk management strategy - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

El-Rufai's Arrest -

Obasanjo Advocates Incentives for Youth Farmers -

The Hunt for Boko Haram -

LG Boss Killed, Bomb Blast in Maiduguri -

Nigeria steps up security after attacks - Sydney Morning Herald

US Ready to Help Country, Marks 235th Independence Anniversary -

Docility of Citizens Encourages Corruption - Farida Waziri -

His arrest self-destruct – Bakare - Daily Sun

Nigerian Eurobond Yields Reach Record Low on Greece, Naira Currency Gains - Bloomberg

Death toll in Nigeria bomb attack rises to 8 - Atlanta Journal Constitution

National Open University Holds Sixth Matriculation -

To Boko Haram, Muslims, Christian And Secular Nigeria -

Nigeria steps up security in the north after blasts - Bangkok Post

'Nnaji Represents Hope in the Power Sector' -

Osun - Aregbesola Pledges to Tackle Road Accidents -

Civil Service in Staff Exchange With Private Sector -

Canada and Nigeria seek consolation win -

Obasanjo's Red Herring in Geneva -

Bureau of Public Procurement, MDAs And Contract Inflation -

Between Islamic Banking And Religion -

Women's W/Cup: FIFA Criticises Coach Uche For Anti-Homosexual Remarks - Nigerian Observer

Tech Mahindra looks to expand into Nigeria, Africa - Bikya Masr

Nigeria, Canada play off for pride -

Sunday, July 03, 2011

Falcons? Guilty milord…guilty as charged - Vanguard

Alison-Madueke Nigerian oil minister - Upstream Online

How revived Eleme Petrochemicals inspires Nigeria's industrial resurgence - BusinessDay

Three Federal University of Technology Akure students to represent Nigeria - NEXT

Sanusi urges critics of Islamic banking to take legal action - NEXT

Nigeria, Canada playoff for pride - Times of India

Boko Haram : An introspection into Nigeria's terror sect - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian may have entered country illegally: Police - Times of India

Shootings, Bombings Kill 10 in Northern Nigeria - Voice of America

Prince Twins Seven-Seven, Nigerian Artist, Dies at 67 - New York Times

Milking of the health service: NHS pays £200k bill for Nigerian health ... - Daily Mail

Nigerian bar bombing kills five - BBC News

Stanbic Gets License for Islamic Banking Operations in Nigeria - Bloomberg

Deadly blast in Nigerian beer garden -

Minimum wage: Prepare for battle, Labour tells workers - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigeria bar bombing leaves five dead in Maiduguri - BBC News

Looking ahead Durban amid baton change - Nigeria Daily Independent

20 killed in blast, shootings in Nigeria -

Nigeria, where is thy soul? - Nigeria Daily Independent

Bomb kills 10 in northern military source, witness - AFP

Nigeria detains ex-minister over newspaper column -

Nigeria official: 10 killed in restive north - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Blast kills five at northeast Nigeria bar - Reuters Africa

Blast kills five at northeast Nigeria bar - Reuters

Nigeria licenses first Islamic bank - Arab News

Nigeria official: sect kills 5 in restive north - Sacramento Bee

Blast kills five at northeast Nigeria bar - Jerusalem Post

Unhappy times around Canada's World Cup squad - Globe and Mail

Nigeria sets curfew for bars, parks after attacks -

HIV/AIDS AIDS SCAM:How 7 NGOs took Nigeria for a ride, by ICPC - Vanguard

PMAN, COSON mourn Igbokwe - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria official: sect kills 4 in restive north - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria security official says radical Muslim sect kills 4 in country's ... - Washington Post

Falcons receive winning bonus •Despite losses - Nigerian Tribune

Christy Essien-Igbokwe, a loss so painful - Mimiko - WorldStage

Nigeria arrests ex-minister over critical articles - Sacramento Bee

Germany frets over Birgit Prinz's limp displays at women's World Cup - The Guardian (blog)

Nigeria arrests ex-minister over critical articles - The Associated Press

Malaysia, others seek friendlies with Nigeria - NEXT

Stock market operators laud sanction on companies - NEXT

Nigeria's ex-minister released after questioning - Times of Oman

Should Abati Accept To Work For President Jonathan? - Times of Nigeria

Danger Signals As Jonathan Plots for Second Term -

President Jonathan returns 12 ministers to old offices -

David Cameron warned of Nigerian terror threat as al-Qaeda chooses its next HQ -

Saturday, July 02, 2011

The plots against Nigeria Football Federation - Vanguard

Cameron warned of Nigerian terror threat as al-Qaeda chooses its next HQ -

The 17th National Sports Festivals Rolls Off - The Nation Newspaper

Women's World Cup isn't lacking fireworks - Los Angeles Times

17th NSF: Can it produce new Nigerian stars? - Nigeria Daily Independent

Now, the President's men emerge - Nigeria Daily Independent

Islamic banking, terrorism and Nigeria's economy - Nigeria Daily Independent

Nigerian governors 'apologise' to Islamists for rights abuse - AFP

The Golden Years Of Nigerian Boogie - NPR

Nigeria detains ex-minister over newspaper column - Reuters Africa

Nigeria ex-minister 'arrested at Abuja airport' - AFP

Boko Haram and the Nigerian state - NEXT

Nigeria's Jonathan Reappoints Former Ministers in New Cabinet - Bloomberg

Jonathan Reappoints 12 Ministers, Swears in 2 Others -

Health tourism: Taxpayers pick up £200000 bill to care for Nigerian mother who ... - Daily Mail

I flew into Britain and had quins on the we need to stay - The Sun

Nigerian president swears in first ministers - Radio Netherlands

Justice - Tale of Two Rape Suspects -

Nigerian president swears in first sets of ministers -

Nigerian president swears in first sets of ministers - Africasia

Nigerian president swears in first sets of ministers - AFP

Nigerian president swears in first sets of ministers - Vancouver Sun

Nigerian leader reappoints 12 ministers to old jobs - Reuters

Nigerian leader reappoints 12 ministers to old jobs - Khaleej Times

Abati May Replace Niboro As Jonathan's Spokesman -

NSE suspends Dangote Flour, Transcorp, 46 others for non-rendition of accounts - Vanguard

Shattered Canadians look to pick up pieces versus Nigeria - Vancouver Sun

Stowaway remains in custody pending investigation - San Francisco Chronicle

We dreamt of our mother's death –Christy Essien-Igbokwe's - Nigeria Daily Independent

Friday, July 01, 2011

Jonathan consoles Igbokwe's family, PMAN - The Nation Newspaper

Well, Duh: Nigerian Boarding Pass Scammer Considered 'Flight Risk' - LAist

Man in airport security breach ordered held - The Seattle Times

No Bond For Man Accused Of Stowing Away On Flight - KHBS-KHOG Northwest Arkansas

No Bond For Man Accused Of Stowing Away On Flight - KOAT Albuquerque

Again, a flightless Falcons - The Nation Newspaper

Feds investigating suspected stowaway's motives - Daily Breeze

Man in airport security breach ordered held in LA - News 8 KFMB

No Bond For Man Accused Of Stowing Away On Flight - KFOX El Paso

Man in airport security breach ordered held in LA - MSN Money

Nigerian man who scammed flight from JFK with stolen boarding pass ... - New York Daily News

Man in airport security breach ordered held in LA - Kitsap Sun

Man in Airport Security Breach Ordered Held in LA - ABC News

We'll shut down civil service, NLC, TUC dare governors - Daily Sun

Bafana Bafana get a replacement for Nigeria - Mail & Guardian Online

Man in airport security breach ordered held -

US authorities charge Nigerian stowaway - The Punch

Authorities believe stowaway sneaked onto planes before using expired tickets - Los Angeles Times

Nigerian Workers Threaten to Strike - Voice of America

Germany wins, but France sparkling at Women's WCup - San Jose Mercury News

Nigeria Needs Naira Stability to Curb Prices, Moghalu Says - BusinessWeek

FIFA criticises Nigeria's football coach over 'lesbian ban' -

Nigerian city gripped by fear after Islamist attacks - AFP

Nigeria are proud despite exit from Women's World Cup - BBC Sport

Women Jailed for Smoking Indian Hemp -

East Bay professor says he will stay in Nigeria as he fights election results ... - San Jose Mercury News

Electricity Regulatory Commission Explains Rise in Costs -

Nigerian Yields Drop to Almost 4-Month Low as Bank Lifts Investment Curbs - Bloomberg

No, Not Suicide Bomber- But That Makes It Even Scarier -

Falcons' fall heralds new beginning -

Screening - Senate Skips Aganga, Ando -

Court Jails Three for Smoking Indian Hemp -

Germany, France into women's soccer World Cup quarters - The Age

Fashola's commissioner nominees and the gathering storm - Nigerian Compass (blog)

Crisis Over House Principal Officers -

Music diva, Christy Essien-Igbokwe, dies at 50 - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Boko Haram - FCTA Repatriates Beggars -

Germany wins, but France sparkling at Women's WCup - Kansas City Star

Adoke Seeks EFCC, ICPC Merger -

Potentials of the Country's Sovereign Wealth Fund -

Germany wins, but France sparkling at Women's WCup - San Francisco Chronicle

Germany wins, but France sparkling at Women's WCup - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Corruption Jibe - Et Tu Obasanjo ! -

New Cabinet - As Fashola Dares Tinubu -

Germany wins, but times are tough in Women's WCup - Albany Times Union

Jonathan Tasks Foreign Missions on Vibrant Diplomacy -

Minimum Wage - Labour Threatens Nationwide Strike -

Nigerian unions threaten strike over minimum wage - Reuters

Oyo Assembly Summons 33 LG Directors Over Transformers -

As Pioneer Islamic Bank Opens Shop in the Country -

Lesbianism War - Fifa Blasts Uche -

Veteran Singer, Christie Igbokwe, Dies at 51 -

Atiku, Obi Mourn Aniagolu -

Citizens Start Paying More Electricity Bills Today -

Amosun Commissions N23 Billion Lafarge WAPCO Power Plants -

Comparing Tinubu, Fashola Administrations Unfair, Says Salako -

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Should Reject Ministerial Position -

Re-Inventing the NYSC Scheme -

Rising economic power brings stress, hope to South African, Nigerian women -

Groups Campaign Against Okonjo-Iweala -

Nigeria's State Workers Give Two-Week Notice of Plan to Start Wage Strike - Bloomberg

New Pay: NLC gives 2 weeks' ultimatum – Daily Trust - Nigerian Bulletin

Nigeria sent packing by Germany - Boston Globe

Nigeria's Lady Of Songs, Christy Essien Igbokwe, Is Dead - Times of Nigeria

Germany and France advance - Shreveport Times

Germany slips past Nigeria - San Francisco Chronicle

Nation + world: Germany avoids upset at Women's World Cup - Detroit Free Press

Soccer results, June 30 - San Francisco Chronicle

France shows the world it's for real - Fox News

Germany, France to meet in quarterfinals - Charlotte Observer

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Germany and France advance, will face off next | Women's World Cup - The Seattle Times

LAX mystery: How did man fly cross-country with bogus boarding pass? - Long Beach Press-Telegram

Women's World Cup: France bombards Canada, Germany edges Nigeria - AHN | All Headline News

Nigeria's lady of songs dies at 51 - NEXT

Lady of Songs, Christy Essien-Igbokwe dies at 50 - Nigerian Compass (blog)

#HASHTAG: Who runs the world? Diezani - NEXT

Germany, France advance to quarterfinals at Women's World Cup - Los Angeles Times

Opinion: Boko Haram's Terrorism Does Not Threaten Only Nigeria -

Nigeria can rule the football world, insists coach - AFP

Ghana to host Nigeria in Kumasi - NEXT

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