Google Nigerian News Archive for September 2011

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Akwa Ibom praises Nigerian Air Force - The Nation Newspaper

Automakers Seek FG's Support -

Nigeria registers mobile phones in government push - Houston Chronicle

10 die as cement truck crashes in north Nigeria - Forbes

Out-of-control cement truck crashes into taxi, bus stand in northern Nigeria ... - Washington Post

First City Nigeria Shareholders Approve Takeover of FinBank - BusinessWeek

Mastercard Expands Operation in Country, Appoints Two -

Nigerian leader pledges polio eradication in two years - AFP

Nigeria rushes to register mobile phone lines before deadline in major African ... - Washington Post

10 die as cement truck crashes in north Nigeria - The Associated Press

Nigeria registers mobile phones in government push - Newsday (subscription)

Students Protest Over ASUU Strike -

Nigerian artist visits schools - York County Coast Star

Nigeria registers mobile phones in government push - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria Investigating Suspected Qaddafi Fighters, Police Say - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to eradicate polio within 2 years: president - WHTC

The Country's Economic Environment Unfriendly --Nweke -

Canadian Labour Congress to Partner FG Over Security -

'We have eight Security Council votes': Palestinians - AFP

Responding to terrorism in Nigeria - NEXT

Nigeria Market Regulator to Examine Bourse Demutualization - BusinessWeek

Nigeria get independence day warning - Independent Online

Nigeria's Mend plans to repeat bombings - News24

War On Pre-Registered SIM Cards -

Piracy: Nigeria PC users ranked 2nd highest - Vanguard

CAC Executives Face Forgery Charge -

The Quest for Palestinian Statehood -

FG Approves N30 Billion for National Identity Card -

Notore Chemical of Nigeria Plans Initial Public Offering in 2012 - BusinessWeek

Subscribers Throng Centres As SIM Registration Finally Ends -

Representatives Move to Stop ASUU Strike -

Palestinians: Nigeria, Gabon to support UN bid - Ynetnews

Guest post: Overbanked in Nigeria - Financial Times (blog)

PA: Nigeria, Gabon to support UN bid - Ynetnews

Nigeria sect dialogue unlikely to stem unrest - Sunday

Traditional Tussle - Fayemi Cautions Against Resort to Mischief -

President Jonathan Says Late Former President of Cape verde Was an ... -

Nigeria's oil militants threaten independence day attacks - Capital FM Kenya

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Standard Bank May Consider Buying Guaranty Trust, Analysts Say - BusinessWeek

In Nigeria, a Cop Takes On Cops - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria's oil militants threaten independence day attacks - AFP

Benin, Nigeria launch joint patrols to stop piracy surge - AFP

Nigeria target 2019 Nations Cup - BBC News

Nigeria Committee Questions Use of Army Against Muslim Terrorists - Voice of America

Bill Gates Visits Nigeria, Signs MoU On Polio Eradication -

Re - Oshiomhole's Political Psychology -

Adewoye Advocates Passion for Step-B Project -

Why the Nation Is Underdeveloped --Jonathan -

SIM Registration to Enhance National Security - NCC -

Mimiko, Obi Call for Dialogue Among Citizens -

AP Interview: Arrests made against Nigeria sect - The Associated Press

ASUU Rules Out Further Dialogue With FG -

Wangari Muta Maathai - 1940-2011 Strong-Minded Environmentalist -

David Mark - A Good Putter? -

NAIP Decries 20 Percent Pharmaceutical Industry Contribution to GDP -

Federation Cup - Red Carpet for Heartland -

Nigeria hunts for rapists from gang rape video - AfricaNews

N400 Billion Vehicle Importation Cost -

Hold Elite Responsible for the Nation's Woes -- Buhari -

Nigeria lose hosting bid for African Cup of Nations 2013 to South Africa -

Anambra's Giant Stride in the Water Sector -

No Escape for Nitel Looters --Mark -

What the New Pension Scheme Is Yet to Address -

Nigeria to cut dependence on oil in 10 years: president - Platts

Foreigners Funding Boko Haram, Ihejirika Confirms -

Why Heartland Beat Enyimba -- Kalu -

SIM Registration - NCC Forecloses Extension -

Lille Threaten Trabzonspor -

Tambuwal to FG - Stop Arbitrary Tax Waivers -

ASUU - We Won't Call Off Strike Unless... -

We Will Not Be Intimidated, Says Archbishop -

Insurers Blame Malpractices in Industry On NAICOM -

Nigeria/Guinea: Guinea FA Plays Hide and Seek With NFF -

Kaduna PDP Accuses Opposition of Mischief -

Foreign involvement in Boko Haram attacks - Afrique en Ligue

Boko Haram - Education and Not Amnesty -

Army Promotes 200 Officers -

'Bad policies killed Nigeria's textiles and plastics industries' - NEXT

Those Who Killed Nitel Must Be Brought to Book - Mark -

Minimum Wage - Banks Join Strike in Ebonyi -

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Mixed Reactions Trail FG Panel Report On Boko Haram -

Calls for Action to Beef Up Anti-Corruption Efforts -

Nigeria and Benin mount patrols as piracy soars - BBC News

Local Govt Polls - Traditionalist Threaten to Curse ACN -

Why Nigeria is underdeveloped, by Dowden - Vanguard

Bill Gates in Nigeria to boost anti-polio drive - AFP

Panel On Boko Haram Indicts Govt -

Sanusi Says Missing Naira Target Not 'Such a Big Deal' - Bloomberg

Nicon Assures On Prompt Payment of Brokers' Commission -

Naicom Certifies 3000 Insurance Agents in Two Years as Arian Elects ... -

a microwave boom - Financial Times (blog)

CAN Accuses STF of Impregnating -

Onuora Takes Insurance to Youth Corppers -

ASUU Strike Stalls Semester Exams in Rivers Varsities -

Banks Join Ebonyi Workers in Sympathy Strike -

Andy Roddick Sees 'Conversation' of Tennis Union Ahead -

Victor Ortiz Demanding Mayweather Rematch -

Tinubu - One Probe, Many Controversies -

Wangari Maathai, Kenya Nobel Laureate Dies at 71 -

Foundation Tasks Federal Govt On Strengthening of PSC -

Shell shuts down Nigeria field over oil theft - eTaiwan News

Mark - National Assembly Won't Rush Passage of 2012 Budget -

Nigeria to officially vote in favour of Palestinian State -

NNPC Probe Will Bear Fruit --Jubrin -

Nff - Siasia Has Final Say On Enyeama -

Imoke's Second Term Bid -

I Advocate Follow Up On Boko Haram Peace Initiative-- Izuogu -

NLC's "Save Our Nation Rally" -

Boko Haram - Our Doors Open for -

Bomb Scare Cause Shift in Call to Bar Venue -

Nigeria's Oceanic Bank wins approval for ETI merger - Reuters

Shell shuts down Nigeria field over oil theft - BusinessWeek

EIA - Oil Prices to Near $200 Per Barrel By 2035 -

Shell: Nigerian oil theft 'unprecedented' -

Ripples in Ekiti PDP As Fayose Returns -

NIGERIA: Calls for action to beef up anti-corruption efforts -

Perspectives On Cost of Governance in a Democracy -

Groping for Light in Corrupt Judiciary -

Nigerian Sultan Hopes To Mediate Tensions - Harvard Crimson

Nigeria Football Federation coaching course - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria wants talks with islamist sect - News24

Monday, September 26, 2011

Boko Haram - FG Panel Calls for Amnesty -

Nigerian drug racket busted: Two held - Times of India

IPI elects Nigeria's Yusuf into Board - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria and predictions of dismemberment - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian peace committee urges talks with Islamist sect - AFP

Nigeria U23 soccer team in a tough Group B draw -

UPDATE 2-Nigerian central bank breaches naira support band - Reuters

Aliyu - North Must End Religious Extremism -

Nigerian central bank breaches naira support band - Reuters UK

Gaddafi 'Mercenaries' Arrive Kaduna -

Pulitzer winner's Nigeria newspaper stops printing - eTaiwan News

Two Men Questioned in Nigeria Rape Video - The Root

Shell shuts down Nigeria field over oil theft - Forbes

Shell shuts down Nigeria field over oil theft -

New CJN - the Aminu Kano/PRP Dimension -

ASUU Begins Strike Today -

At UN, Nation Backs Bid for Palestinian State -

Shell shuts down Nigeria field hit by oil thieves who have caused damaging spills - Washington Post

Three Varsity Unions Set for Warning Strike -

100 Gaddafi's Men Arrested in Kaduna -

Makau Shatters Gebrselassie's Marathon Record -

I'm Under Pressure --Jonathan -

Osoba Calls for Restructuring of Nation's Polity -

University Workers May Resume Strike October 3 If....... -

The Yakowa Example -

2012 - 'Why We Endorsed Oshiomhole' -

Bomb Scare At National Assembly -

Measuring a People's Greatness -

Garki Village On Verge of Demolition -

Telecom Operators Fret Over SIM Registration Deadline -

President Jonathan, Where Are the Jobs? -

Heads May Roll in Cross River Over Lateness -

God Will Expose Country's Goliaths - Jonathan -

Investors Besiege DMO for Country's Sovereign Bond -

Shell in Nigeria shuts in 25000 bpd of oil - AFP

Sultan to Northern Governors - Address Youth Unemployment -

Nigeria seeks $500m World Bank for agric sector - Daily Times Nigeria

Heartland Beat Enyimba to Win Fed Cup -

NSE - Demutualization Key to Good Corporate Governance--Udoma -

FG Vs Tinubu - Bloody Waste of Time -

Polio in Five States Worries FG -

The problem of Nigeria is multi-dimensional, says Shittu - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

'The Delta Food Basket Bid' -

CPC, APGA, Others Blame Electoral Malpractice On INEC -

African Markets - Factors to watch on Sept 26 - Reuters

Sunday, September 25, 2011

God Will Expose Nigeria's - Leadership Newspapers

Sanusi wins African Central Bank Governor Award - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria is celebrating poverty at 51 -Cleric - Nigerian Tribune

Written by Our Reporters Monday, 26 September 2011 - Nigerian Tribune

Nwosu predicts difficult road for Dream Team V - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria Sat-X: 26 engineers receive NSE's award - Nigerian Tribune

Why Nigeria 'll remain united, by Mark - The Nation Newspaper

I don't need to be a dictator to rule Nigeria -Jonathan - Nigerian Tribune

Five Killed for Failing to Recite Quaran -

Nigeria commends Zambia for peaceful handover of power - Zambia Daily Mail

Nigeria reiterates support for Palestinian statehood bid - Vanguard

Pulitzer winner's Nigeria newspaper stops printing - CBS News

Pulitzer winner's Nigeria newspaper stops printing - The Associated Press

Pulitzer winner's Nigeria newspaper stops printing - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria's NEXT newspaper, run by Pulitzer Prize winner, ceases publication ... - Washington Post

'INEC Responsible for Rigging Election' -

Nigeria's Polio Status Not Acceptable — FG - Leadership Newspapers

One Killed, Several Injured in Anambra -

Road Accidents Claim 21, 090 Lives in Four Years, Says FRSC -

NIGERIA: Campus security reviewed after threats - University World News

Religious Crises - Northern Leaders Are Hypocrites -

Enyimba, Heartland up for Cup contest -

Strike looms at Nigeria Universities -

Nigeria police nab 2 students over gang rape -

Two Former Presidents of Ghana, Nigeria Visit Liberian President - New Liberian

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Nigeria Vs Guinea: Eagles will earn mega bonus -Maigari - Nigerian Tribune

EFCC has reduced corruption in Nigeria - Jonathan •Assures foreign investors - Nigerian Tribune

ORIENTAL WAR Heartland battles Enyimba for FA Cup - The Nation Newspaper

Enyimba' ll be unstoppable—Anyansi - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria should have been a producing nation by now - Abdurahman - Nigerian Tribune

Diplomats owe $17 mln in New York parking fines - Reuters

Lamentations as Nigeria marks 51st anniversary - Daily Sun

Nigerian police question students over gang rape - AFP

Nigerian customs seize shipment of explosives - AFP

Nigeria arrests after cyber rape - BBC News

Nigeria police question 2 men over Internet gang-rape video based on online ... - Washington Post

Police: 2 men questioned over Nigeria rape video - The Associated Press

Nigeria disbands dreaded Bayelsa security outfit -

Police: 2 men questioned over Nigeria rape video - San Jose Mercury News

Nigeria handed tough draw in Africa Olympic tournament - BBC News

Hidden explosives shipment seized at Nigerian port - San Francisco Chronicle

Hidden explosives shipment seized at Nigerian port - The Associated Press

Shipment of explosives from China seized at chaotic Nigerian port amid ... - Washington Post

Hidden explosives shipment seized at Nigerian port - San Jose Mercury News

Nigerian customs intercept illegal shipment of explosives - Ahram Online

OPIC to Invest N39.362 Billion in Union Bank -

Nations Endorse Nuclear Safety Plan -

We Will Re-Invent Journalism Practice , Says Ekoriko -

Benue - Ensuring a Culture of Peace, Security -

OBJ responsible for Nigeria's economic woes - Ladoja - Nigerian Tribune

FEATURE-Race hatred clouds Libya's democratic ambitions - Reuters

Friday, September 23, 2011

Nigeria commended at UN General Assembly - Nigerian Tribune

Man arrested at Nigerian barracks with 'harmful' materials - AFP

Nigeria's 2011 Elections: A Last Word? - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

New outbreak kills six as cholera spreads in Nigeria - AFP

The Illiteracy Factor in Kogi Politics -

Nigeria troops kidnapped Chelsea star Mikel's dad - eTaiwan News

Amaechi Vs Omehia - Court Orders Retrial -

Oshiomhole, Jega Task Media On Defence of Democracy -

Amnesty - FG Threatens Banks Over TSA -

Privatisation - Labour's Rally Paralyses National Assembly -

Representatives to Probe NNPC Over Non Remittance of N700 Billion -

Policeman Killed, as Robbers Raid Four Banks in Osun -

LASTMA Can Fine Traffic Offenders, Fashola Insists -

Cop Killed in Osun Bank Raids -

Privatisation - NLC, TUC Barricade National Assembly Complex -

Cyber anger at Nigeria gang rape footage - BBC News

Delta Re-Run - Uduahgan Floors Ogboru -

My Husband Was Die-Hard Cultist, Insists Killer-Wife -

Total Targets 160000 bpd From USAN Field - Leadership Newspapers

Silent Factories, Empty Warehouses -

National Assembly to Publish Privatisation Report in October -

Shell Nigeria oil sales to end with operator deal - Reuters

NLC Protests Planned Removal of Fuel Subsidy -

Akwa Ibom Guber Poll - Not Yet Uhuru for Akpabio -

Shell Nigeria oil sales to end with operator deal - Reuters Africa

Nigerian former militants acquire employable skills - BusinessGhana

Nigerian soldier sacked over Mikel father's kidnap: official -

Nigeria Investment Climate Now More Open: President - Bernama

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Workers' Strike Threatens Hajj Operation in Kaduna -

OPIC Board Approves $250 Million in Financing for US Companies Reviving ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Nigeria army gives oil rebels one week to seek amnesty - AFP

Nigeria army gives oil rebels one week to seek amnesty - Africasia

Nigeria army gives oil rebels one week to seek amnesty - Focus News

Nigeria security forces rope in vigilantes to end unrest - AFP

Two killed by suspected sect member in Nigeria''s north - MSN India

Nigeria troops kidnapped Chelsea star Mikel's dad - Albany Democrat Herald

Guinea hopes to pipe Nigeria -

Police: Radical sect kills 2 in northeast Nigeria - Newsday (subscription)

Soldier sacked over Mikel dad's kidnapping - Sydney Morning Herald

Nigeria military confirms soldiers involved in kidnapping of Chelsea star ... - Washington Post

Nigerian women to march against rape - The Guardian

FG Must Return All Illegal Deductions -- Northern Govs -

Police: Radical sect kills 2 in northeast Nigeria - Boston Globe

INEC Witness Testifies Against Commission -

Jonathan Chairs UN Parley On Desertification -

Drama As Tribunal Adjourns Tinubu's Trial -

Minimum Wage - Labour Leaders Accused of Sabotage -

Let's Kill Corrupt Nigerians --CJN -

How to Curb Boko Haram, Jos Crisis --Okorocha -

Is This the Model City? -

Nigeria troops kidnapped Chelsea star Mikel's dad - CBS News

Who Are Those Marking WAEC Scripts? -

Is Nigeria's Boko Haram group really tied to Al Qaeda? - Christian Science Monitor

Police: Radical sect kills 2 in northeast Nigeria - The Associated Press

Siasia Defends Eagles' List -

Nigeria Goes Nuclear - Vibe Ghana

100 Days of Faulty Transformation -

For a More Pro-Active National Assembly -

Online Video of Woman Being Raped Angers Nigeria - Fox News

OIL POLITICS: Nigeria's Nuclear Nightmare - NEXT

Terrorism cannot stop Nigeria - NEXT

Shell: no plan to build refinery - The Nation Newspaper

ASUU Asks Citizens to Beg FG Over 2009 Agreement -

SITECH Technology Dealer Established in Nigeria for Heavy and Highway Contractors - (press release)

Tinubu's Code of Conduct Trial Stalled -

SITECH Technology Dealer Established in Nigeria for Heavy and Highway Contractors - MarketWatch (press release)

Jonathan At UN - I'm Not Intimidated by Terrorists -

Augustus Aikhomu - the Passage of a Colossus -

World Bank to assist Nigeria on job creation -

Musical Brings Nation's Fela Kuti to the Stage -

President Jonathan Mourns Ndaguba -

Who Are the Real Treasury Looters? -

Nigeria name squad for Ghana friendly - GhanaWeb

US Imported Oil Suppliers - Investment U

Nigeria accedes to UN Convention on Statelessness -

President Jonathan Receives US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton -

Senate confirms Musdapher as CJN - Nigerian Observer

Code of Conduct: Tinubu docked - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Nigeria stunned by woman's gang rape - Independent Online

Chilling rape video shocks Nigeria - New Zealand Herald

Rumble in Makurdi, as Police read riot act to party protesters - Vanguard

Online video of woman being raped angers Nigeria - eTaiwan News

Diversion of funds: CJN blasts govs - Vanguard

Nigerian leader proposes creation of UN conflict mediation commission - UN News Centre

Play Nigerian Oil Through Chevron And Shell - Seeking Alpha

Terrorism can't intimidate Nigeria, says Jonathan - The Nation Newspaper

Senate confirms Musdapher as CJN - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian Naira Falls to 2-Year Low, Nears Central Bank Limit - Bloomberg

Nigeria Rape Video: Footage Of Brutal Attack On Woman Outrages Nation - Huffington Post

Woman begs for captors to kill her in rape video causing outrage in Nigeria - Daily Mail

Nigeria Proceeds With Controversial Nuclear Plans - Voice of America

Nigerian EC to study India's electoral system - Zee News

Online video of woman being raped angers Nigeria - Forbes

Nigeria names squad to face Ghana -

Stampede as bomb scare rattles Nigeria's National Assembly -

Nigerian EC to study India`s electoral system - Zee News

Online video of woman being raped angers Nigeria - The Associated Press

Online video of woman being raped angers Nigeria - CBS News

Online video of woman being raped angers Nigeria - San Jose Mercury News

CAN 2012 - Siasia Leaves Out Enyeama From Guinea Match -

Awka North Council Boss, Others Laud Obi for Bridge -

'Mauritania exported Boko Haram to Nigeria' - Afrique en Ligue

Anambra to Enforce Ban On Use of Siren -

Samsung Donates to Orphanage -

UK cannot deport Nigerian convicted of rape, European court rules - The Guardian

Confusion as Protest Rocks NLC Strike -

Representatives Probe Mass Failure in WASSCE, NECO -

Nigeria – as scary as it seems? - Business Day (blog)

Politics and Future of the Youth -- Muoka -

Bomb Scare - Lawmakers, Others Flee National Assembly -

How Minimum Wage Stoked Industrial Disharmony in Ebonyi -

Why We're Embarking on Warning Strike --ASUU -

UK cannot deport Nigerian rapist because it would 'violate' his right to ... - Daily Mail

Nigeria Com Day 1 - Airtel and MTN Lead Strategy Development for Nigerian Telecoms - MarketWatch (press release)

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Barak convinces Nigeria to vote against PA UN state bid - Jerusalem Post

Fugu's adieus - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria to sell 70% of 11 unbundled units of PHCN - WorldStage

Senate screens Musdapher, Taraba ministerial nominee - The Nation Newspaper

Africa Rising: Nigeria plans to build nuclear power plants - Christian Science Monitor

Nigeria solicits Britain's support to address security challenges - NEXT

Nigeria's Bank Stocks Drop to 3-Year Low on Global Concerns - Bloomberg

Nigeria to sell 70 pct of power distribution firms - Reuters

Nigeria Naira Falls to 3-Month Low; Dollar Supply Curbed at Sale - Bloomberg

2007 Poll - The Nation and Wikileak's Revelations -

Jonathan - New Salary Will Gulp Up PHCN Revenues -

Preaching Law - Boko Haram Warns Katsina -

University of Abuja ASUU Threatens Strike -

Obama's Fight Should Interest Us -

Justice, Where Are Thy Scales? -

Group Applauds Obasanjo's Peace Moves -

Liberia: The Nigerian Troops Are Necessary -

MWAN Wants Pneumococcal Vaccine in National Immunization Programme -

Demolition Gone Awry -

Suswam in US Unveils Investment Opportunities in Benue -

Why President Jonathan Can't Be Trusted -

Obafemi, Yakubu for Eagles Recall -

Expert Says UN House Bombing Exposed Flaws of National Hospital -

Nigeria reaffirms support for Libya' NTC - The Nation Newspaper

PA fighting for Bosnian, Nigerian votes at Security Council - Ynetnews

Mobitel Nigeria Deploys FTS Express to Provide Flexible and Scalable Billing - Sacramento Bee

Ghanaian & Nigerian Movies Have Lost Value In The USA - GhanaWeb

Fed Govt approves new wage bill for PHCN workers - The Nation Newspaper

Beyond Prebendal Politics -

Jersey's ICC game with Nigeria is abandoned due to rain - BBC News

Economic Transformation, the Chinese Way -

Ogunbote - Our Target Is to Win Confederation Cup -

Mobitel Nigeria deploys FTS express for billing - Telecompaper (subscription)

Expert Canvasses Increased Awareness on Ozone Layer -

Mobitel Nigeria Deploys FTS Express to Provide Flexible and Scalable Billing - Broadcast Newsroom

Mobitel Nigeria Deploys FTS Express to Provide Flexible and Scalable Billing - MarketWatch (press release)

Mobitel Nigeria Deploys FTS Express To Provide Flexible And Scalable Billing - Daily Markets

Nigeria Marks African Tech And Intellectual Property Day - Leadership Newspapers

Central Bank Of Nigeria Raises Lending Rate To 9.25% - Leadership Newspapers

Monday, September 19, 2011

Blame Boko Haram on judicial corruption – NBA - Vanguard

Nigeria records 3982MW power production - BusinessDay

Blackburn striker Yakubu set for Nigeria recall after brace against Arsenal -

We've found a new strategy to dominate All African Games – Team Nigeria - Vanguard

Nigeria Raises Benchmark Rate as Spending Threatens Inflation - Bloomberg

Military accused of aiding in murder of Christians - EnerPub

Nigeria Raises Benchmark Rate to 9.25% to Curb Inflation - Bloomberg

Nigeria naira hits 4-month low on strong dlr demand - Reuters Africa

How GSM Operators Invade Subscribers' Privacy -

African Telecom Leaders gather at Nigeria Com - IT News Africa

Nigeria militant group Boko Haram's attacks attract speculation - Bellingham Herald

Nigeria militant group Boko Haram's attacks attract speculation - Sacramento Bee

Brother of slain Nigerian militant killed - CNN International

Nation Absent As UN Votes to Recognise Libyan Rebels -

Between Anna Ahazare and Cotizens -

The Alarm Raised By Okonjo-Iweala -

Nation Places Third Overall As South Africa Wins Maputo 2011 -

Why Jonathan Should Sign Health Bill, By Susan Grant -

Appeal Court Must Deliver Judgement in Sokoto Gov Tussle - Kutigi -

Yakubu Answers Critics With Goals Against Arsenal -

Odds Favour Monetary Rate Hike -

Nigeria brings forward interest rate decision - Reuters Africa

Climate Change and Agriculture in Country -

Portland, Mutual Benefits Launch Product to Protect Assets -

Ogun Sets up Panel of Inquiry on Lands, Concessions -

Nigerian Telecom Leaders Meet to Set Strategies for Improving Networks and ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Nigeria sect 'denies killing ex-leader's relative' - AFP

Nigeria May Raise Benchmark Interest Rate to Curb Inflation - Bloomberg

Jos Crises - Plateau Govt Laments Killings -

NEPC, Private Sector, to Chart New Course for Non-Oil Export -

Christians Warn Ajimobi Against Establishing Islamic Bank in Oyo -

*Nigerian Thai Embassy Instigates Harassment & Detention of Igbos - Nigeria Master Web (blog)

Jonathan for 66th UN general assembly - Afrique en Ligue

Bomb Blast - Obj, IBB Sue for Peace -

'Nigeria Is Still A Leading African Country' - Leadership Newspapers

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Abuja UN 'bomber' video released - BBC News

Nigeria offers reward for alleged UN building bomber - Times of India

Diversifying Nigeria's forex reserves - Daily Sun

'Nigeria won't disintegrate' (2) - Daily Sun

ACN chieftains seek Tinubu's intervention in intra-party crisis - The Nation Newspaper

Sharing of August revenue allocation stalled - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria ends in third place - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria lays out 2012 budget proposal, targets 8 % growth - Vanguard

Boko Haram: Knocks, kudos trail OBJ's visit - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria's Economy: Inflation, GDP Growth and Jobs - GroundReport

Obasanjo's visit in bad taste: Soyinka -

Four killed in attack on Nigerian village: police - AFP

3 killed, 8 wounded in village attack - Sacramento Bee

Nigeria sets $160000 bounty on UN bomb suspect - Reuters Africa

3 killed, 8 wounded in village attack -

3 killed, 8 wounded in village attack - The Associated Press

Al Hilal qualify for Champions League semis -

Nigeria sends extra police to quell unrest in volatile state - AFP

Egypt overtakes Team Nigeria - Vanguard

Africain, InterClube advance - BBC News

Nigerian group wants murder of sect leader's relative probed - AFP

Esperance to face Hilal in Champions League semi finals - BBC News

Nigeria - $160 000 ransom for bomber - News24

Alleged mastermind of Nigeria UN bombing sought - Sacramento Bee

Alleged mastermind of Nigeria UN bombing sought - CBS News

Nigerian authorities seek alleged mastermind of deadly UN headquarters bombing - Washington Post

AAG Medals table: Nigeria finishes in third place - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria president to hold talks with world leaders - AFP

Nigerian wins US grant for oil spill clean-up - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria offers $160000 ransom on UN bomber - AFP

Nigeria UN bomb: Video of 'Boko Haram bomber' released - BBC News

Nigerian 'bomber' videos emerge - News24

CAF Cup - Sunshine, Kaduna Utd Gun for Semi Final Ticket -

4 charged over UN HQ bombing in Nigeria - Hindustan Times

Salami and the Underbelly of Judiciary -

Why NASS Is Frustrating Anti-Corruption Fight - Investigation -

Boko Haram Kills Yusuf's Family Head -

Nigeria, the apartheid within (1) - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

'Duplication of airports in Nigeria has grave implications for safety' - Vanguard

Saturday, September 17, 2011

'ACN is making impact in the north' - Vanguard

Nigeria and its anti-Gaddafi stance - The Punch

Nigerian Petroleum Company's Petrobas challenge - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerians should decide whether Nigeria should disintegrate or not -Tofa - Nigerian Tribune

Beyond Nigeria's All African Games placing - NEXT

Sunshine and MAS in Confed semis - BBC News

Relative of Slain Sect Leader Is Killed - Wall Street Journal

All African Games - Team Nigeria Takes Medal Tally 83 -

Relative of slain sect leader killed - Forbes

Relative of slain sect leader killed - The Associated Press

Relative of slain sect leader killed - CBS News

Relative of slain sect leader killed - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Nigeria to base 2012 budget on $75 per barrel - AFP

Nigeria police: Family member of slain sect leader killed after talks with ... - Washington Post

Hyundai Heavy says it is not planning shipyard in Nigeria - Marine Log

4 could face death over UN HQ bombing - Sacramento Bee

Jonathan to attend UN General Assembly meeting - The Nation Newspaper

Accused Nigerian bombers are junior - government official -

Accused Nigerian bombers are junior: government official - Reuters Canada

Accused Nigerian bombers are junior: government official - Huffington Post

Hyundai Heavy says not building Nigerian shipyard - eTaiwan News

Accused Nigerian bombers are junior- govt official - Reuters Africa

Nigeria 2012 budget: 2.48M barrels of oil daily - BusinessWeek

Oppressors in Military Uniforms -

US Court Admits Abdulmutallab's Hospital Statement -

Jesse Jackson - Amaechi Represents Country's Future -

My Ordeal in the Hands of Kidnappers - Edo PDP Chieftain -

Suswam V. Ugba - Appeal Court Grants PDP's Request -

Allison-Madueke - a Trail Blazer -

UN House Bombing - 19 Boko Haram Members Docked, Remanded in Prison -

I Have Never Seen $13.5 Million in My Life - Dame Jonathan -

Praises, As Aikhomu Goes Home - Nigerian Observer

Ihejirika - Giving the Army a Facelift -

IBB weeps at Aikhomu's burial - The Nation Newspaper

Fuel To Cost N195 Per Litre, NLC Alerts - Nigerian Tribune

Suspects charged in Nigeria bombing -

Friday, September 16, 2011

NFF Protests 2pm Kick-Off •Nigeria/Guinea Match - Nigerian Tribune

NIGERIA VS Guinea CAF fixes 2pm kick-off time - The Nation Newspaper

4 Suspects in Nigeria UN Bombing Make Court Appearance - Voice of America

'Jonathan may be Nigeria's last president' - Vanguard

4 Suspects in Nigeria UN Bombing Make Court Appearance - Voice of America (blog)

Answering Calls Won't Kill You, Says Nigeria - Mobiledia

Nigeria Charges 4 for UN Building Blast, 6 for Attack on Army - BusinessWeek

4 could face death over UN HQ bombing - The Associated Press

Nigeria plans 2012 budget seeing oil production at 2.48M barrels a day - Washington Post

Nigeria government dismisses 'killer' phone number - Austin Herald

4 men charged in UN headquarters bombing that killed 23 could face ... - Washington Post

Nigerian ex-president meets family of slain Boko Haram chief - AFP

UN honors guards, others killed in Nigeria bombing - eTaiwan News

Nigeria Aims to Keep Budget Deficit Under 3%, Reuters Reports - Bloomberg

Nigeria eyes 2012 budget deficit under 3 pct-finmin - Reuters Africa

Ezeji cant wait for NPL resumption - (blog)

Nigeria ex-president met slain sect leader family - The Associated Press

Things Falling Apart in the Country -

Nigerian ex-president meets family of slain Boko Haram chief - The New Age Online

Nigeria fails to heed flood early warning messages - The Guardian

South Korea's Hyundai Heavy says not building Nigerian shipyard - Washington Post

WAEC - One Examination, Two Results -

We Cannot Politicise Education Sector - Wike -

Allow Baribote to Return League Back On Track -Gombe -

Boko Haram - Court Summons Prison Controller Over Missing Suspects -

Iroha - Eagles Must Respect Siasia -

Jonathan hails Hyundai's Nigerian shipyard plan - NEXT

Siasia must field Nigeria's best against Guinea – Ikhana - Vanguard

Flour Mills Nigeria to Sell Shares at 62 Naira in Rights Offer - BusinessWeek

Jonathan charges commission on timelines for atomic energy delivery - NEXT

Emotions run high as UN holds memorial service for bomb victims - Afrique en Ligue

Ogunbote Urges Sunshine Fans to Come Cheer the Team to Victory -

Time for a Rethink -

Ogun Truth Commission Set Up to Witch-Hunt Me - Daniel -

Reps Bow to PDP, Elect Mulikat As Leader -

Minimum Wage - More States Join Strike -

I Have No Links With Al Qaeda - Tinubu -

Boko Haram: Nigeria tightens security around key govt. buildings - Afrique en Ligue

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Nigeria eases fear of phone death - Irish Independent

Memorial held at site of UN attack in Nigeria - AFP

S.Korean company to build shipyard in Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria Says To Its People: A Phone Call Can't Kill You - NPR (blog)

Nigeria tries to quash rumor of “killer" cell phone number - Network World

Nigeria Sells 70 Billion Naira of Bonds, Yields Rise - BusinessWeek

'Killer phone number' fears eased - BBC News

Three Terrorist Groups in Africa Pose Threat to US, American Commander Says - New York Times

Is Failure Nation's Manifest Destiny? -

The Rage and the Fever of Wikileaks -

NIgeria Restructures Security Services to Combat Terror Attacks - Voice of America

UN honors guards, others killed in Nigeria bombing - Forbes

AUN to Begin Second Quarter Lecture Series -

Nigerian president revives nuclear commission - Reuters Africa

Nigeria government dismisses 'killer' phone number - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria government dismisses 'killer' phone number - San Jose Mercury News

Police: Sect kills 3, wounds 2 in north Nigeria - San Jose Mercury News

UN honors guards, others killed in Nigeria bombing - Boston Globe

WorldRemit Launches Online Money Transfer to Nigeria - Sacramento Bee

'Most wanted' Dion Lee arrested in Nigeria - BBC News

Boko Haram and Rumblings On Nation's Federalism -

Obasanjo's Hypocrisy in the Eyes of Ribadu -

UN honors guards, others killed in Nigeria bombing - The Associated Press

UN honors guards, others killed in Nigeria bombing - Huffington Post

Govt's New Approach of Teachers Retraining -

Boko Haram's Effect On Education -

Nigeria federation declare Victor Baribote as new league boss -

Floods Were Unavoidable, but Effect Could Be Minimized - Nimet -

Critiquing Jonathan's Media Chat -

Strong minds break strong chains – Jesse Jackson - AfricaNews

Boko Haram targets universities - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Constitution Review Kicks Off -

Mark Sets Agenda for Senate -

WAEC Officials in ICPC Net Over Exam Malpractice -

Demolition - Between Propriety and Vendetta in Edo -

Osondi Owendi Crooner, Mc Loph is Dead -

International Coastal Cleanup for Sep 17 -

Flood - Nema Urges Relocation of Communities From Flood Plains -

Boko Haram Confusion Abruptly Halts Semester Exams At UI -

Nigeria's GDP Expands 7.72 Per Cent In 2011 Q2 - Bernama

CNH Tracker-After Nigeria, Brazil may be next to diversify into yuan - Reuters

WorldRemit Launches Online Money Transfer to Nigeria - PR Newswire (press release)

Nigerian clubs target African Cup semis spots - Times of India

How Nine of us Raped Girl -- Cult Leader -

Nigeria will beat Guinea -Shorunmu -

Osama is Alive, Abdulmutallab Yells in Court - THISDAY Live

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Official: Radical Muslim sect attacks army patrol in northeast Nigeria, wounding 4 - Washington Post

Nigeria losing huge opportunities in oil & gas sector' - BusinessDay

Minimum wage strike: NLC accuses Kano govt of intimidation - Daily Sun

Abdulmutallab shouts 'Osama's alive' in court - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian inflation steady ahead of rate decision - Vanguard

Accused Underpants Bomber Wasn't Read Rights, FBI Agent Says - San Francisco Chronicle

Katsina workers on strike over minimum wage - Vanguard

FirstRand profit up on lower bad debt, eyes Nigeria - Vanguard

FBI agent: No Miranda rights for 'underwear bomber' suspect - USA Today

Pirates Kidnap 23 Sailors From Tanker In West Africa - Huffington Post

Wikileaks As Basketmouth -

Underwear bomber shouts 'Osama's alive;' FBI says he wasn't given Miranda - Detroit Free Press

23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack in W. Africa - Boston Globe

Pirates Kidnap 23 Sailors Near Benin Coast - TIME

Radical sect attacks Nigeria army patrol - The Associated Press

23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack in W. Africa -

Radical sect attacks Nigeria army patrol -

Jonathan dismisses fears of Nigeria split - The Africa Report

Minimum Wage - the Battle Continues... -

23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack in W. Africa - Forbes

Nigeria to clean up oil delta agency - president - Reuters Africa

Hopes for Boko Haram Talks Fade as Nigeria Gov't Steps up Pursuit - Voice of America

African viewpoint: Why Nigeria's Boko Haram is so bold - BBC News

Nigeria to clean up oil delta agency: president - Reuters Africa

Nigerian Inflation Stays Near Target, GDP Growth Accelerates - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to clean up oil delta agency -president - Reuters Africa

23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack in W. Africa - The Associated Press

Attempted Nigeria bank robbery starts gunfight - Boston Globe

23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack in W. Africa - San Francisco Chronicle

Piracy watchdog: 23 sailors kidnapped in tanker attack off the coast of Benin ... - Washington Post

Nigeria's Annual Inflation Rate Declines to 9.3%, Agency Says - San Francisco Chronicle

AeroMechanical Services Signs AFIRS 220 Contract with Nigerian Airline - MarketWatch (press release)

Attempted Nigeria bank robbery starts gunfight - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Nigeria's Annual Inflation Rate Declines to 9.3%, Agency Says - BusinessWeek

9/11 - Leave Islam Out of It -

'We Want to Make Tourism a Major Contributor to GDP' -

Nigeria ups security in oil-rich delta -

Nigerian president sacks board of oil agency over fraud - Platts

Nigerian Universities on Alert after Threats from Boko Haram - Voice of America (blog)

FG Sacks NDDC Board -

100 Days - ANPP Scores Jonathan Low -

Jonathan Must End the Killings Now - Senate -

Factions in Plateau Crisis Welcome Jonathan's Security Arrangement -

Nigeria Islamists may attack universities - News24

Army, Airforce Move Into Jos -

Nigeria Islamists could attack universities- police - Reuters Africa

NFF stay out of Siasia, Enyeama row -

Edo PDP Berates Oshiomhole Over Demolition -

NFF to stay off Siasia, Enyeama row -

Terrorism - Reps Summon Security Chiefs -

100 Days in Office - Borno CNPP Commends Shettima -

Nigeria Islamists could attack universities- police - Reuters UK

I Dedicate My Gold Medal to God - Osayomi -

Kuku Lauds JTF's Position on Amnesty -

Plateau Traders Beg Yuguda to Relocate Business to Bauchi -

I'll Deliver Second Niger Bridge Before 2015 - Jonathan -

Bayelsa in the Throes of Cult Clashes, Killings -

Islamist sect suspects charged with Nigeria bombings - Reuters Africa

Nigeria safe for investment, SEC, NSE re-assure investors - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Wikileaks: Expose on graft may spark fresh separatist agitation - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Shareholders endorse banks' acquisition deals - BusinessDay

Sony Ericsson back in Nigerian mobile market with Xperia series - Vanguard

Nigerian has heart attack in jail, dies - Times of India

Orphan status of Nigerian secondary schools - Vanguard

Confusion as athletics lifts Nigeria to 2nd position - Vanguard

Nigeria militant group Boko Haram's attacks attract speculation - Los Angeles Times

Nigeria moves to end sectarian violence in Jos - The Africa Report

Suspected Islamists kill four at bar in northern Nigeria - AFP

Nigeria Charges Suspected Islamic Militants Over Two Blasts - San Francisco Chronicle

Mozambique beats Nigeria in basketball - The Zimbabwean

Triumph for Nigerian sprinters - The Zimbabwean

Nigeria Faces Highest Yield Since June Auction on Rate Bets - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria oil delta agency under scrutiny for fraud - CBS News

Nigeria Charges 8 For Abuja-Area Bombings - Voice of America (blog)

Nigeria oil delta agency under scrutiny for fraud -

Nigeria oil delta agency under scrutiny for fraud - The Associated Press

Suspected sect members charged in Nigeria bombings - The Associated Press

Jonathan out of tune with situation in Nigeria , says ACN - Vanguard

Sectarian killings plague Nigerian region -

Participants Adjudge Gulder Five-a-Side a Success -

FirstRand profit up on lower bad debt, eyes Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Nigeria Pursues al-Qaida Affiliated Terrorists Behind UN Bombing - Voice of America

Jos - Jonathan Orders Defence Chief to Take Charge of Security -

Islamist sect shoots dead four in northeast Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Wikileaks and the Nation's Tragedy -

Nigerian lawyers demand compensation from Libya - Radio Netherlands

Two factors that favor Romney against Obama - The Hill (blog)

Siasia: Enyeama future with NFF - BBC News

Nigeria Faces Highest Yield Since June Auction on Rate Bets - BusinessWeek

Update On Jos Blast - West of Mines Cleared -

Victor Moses looking forward to Crystal Palace return - The Independent

Maputo 2011: Fantastic 1, 2, 3 Clean Sweep for Nigeria! - THISDAY Live

Islamist bombings hurting foreign investment in Nigeria – president - Reuters Blogs (blog)

Libya: Nigerians, other blacks in trouble for their skin colour - The Nation Newspaper

No Gaddafi's fighters in northern Nigerian state - Xinhua

Jonathan Orders Military to Take Charge of Plateau -

NFF to determine Enyeama's future -

Siasia Predicts 3-0 Win Over Guinea -

Gunmen bomb Nigerian police post - Independent Online

Non-passage of PIB Threatens Nigeria's Sovereignty - THISDAY Live

Nigerian security risks hurting investment: president - Reuters Africa

Monday, September 12, 2011

The Blacksands Pacific Group, Inc - Acquisition of Interest in Oil Block OPL ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Nigeria Has Poor Budgeting System – Jonathan - Leadership Newspapers

AMCON To Own 19% Stake In Union Bank - Leadership Newspapers

Gunmen Rob Bank and Attack Police Station - New York Times

Jos Crisis - Jonathan Goes Tough -

5 killed in Nigeria explosion - Philippine Star

Nigeria Faces Highest Yield at Auction Since June on Rate Bets - BusinessWeek

5 Die in Attack on Nigerian Police Station - Voice of America (blog)

Gunmen bomb Nigerian police post, kill police, free inmates - AFP

Gaddafi's son under surveillance in Nigeria, may be detained - National Post

Official: Assigned to guard a funeral, drunk Nigeria police officers shoot ... - Washington Post

Police station bombing, robbery kills 5 - Forbes

Police station bombing, robbery kills 5 - Boston Globe

Twin explosions rock Jos, no casualty - NEXT

Nigerian index falls to fresh 21-month low - Reuters

Defence chief ordered to stop unrest in central Nigeria - AFP

Guinness Nigeria Annual Profit Through June Rises 31% - Bloomberg

Nigeria Bonny Oil Sales for September, October to Be Delayed - Bloomberg

Dual bombing in central Nigeria causes no injuries - The Associated Press

Come Out With Evidence, El-Rufai Challenges Wikileaks -

Why I'm Under Attack - Okonjo-Iweala -

Boko-Haram and the US Counter-Terrorism Partnership -

Strange Projects Smuggled Into 2011 Budget - Okonjo-Iweala -

One More Hurdle for the Eagles -

'Drunk' policemen kill three mourners in Nigeria - AFP

Ugbade wants early goal against Guinea -

Enyimba qualify, Esperance edge closer -

Sept. 11 - the Partnerships We Need - Obama -

Kaduna United Coach Surprised By Interclube -

Siasia Asked to Show Respect to Opponents -

Explosions Rock Jos -

Cops: Drunk Nigerian police kill 3 at funeral - CBS News

Twin Explosions in Nigerian Central City of Jos Injure Two, Military Says - Bloomberg

Nigeria moves closer to Mobile Number Portability -

Nigeria's 2012 budget ready by November: finmin - Reuters Africa

Twin explosions rock Jos, no - NEXT

Official: Drunk Nigeria police kill 3 at funeral - The Associated Press

Nigerian government to be more transparent: finance minister - Reuters Africa

Nigerian Stocks Have Longest Weekly Losing Streak Since 2008 - BusinessWeek

FirstRand Nigeria Entry Stalls Amid 'Dislocation' in Takeovers - Bloomberg

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Bombs detonated in strife-torn city - The Press Association

CNPP charges Jonathan on Wikileaks' allegations - Nigerian Tribune

Enabling Environment, Capacity Drive MFIs – CBN - Leadership Newspapers

Boko Haram: A political colouration driving Nigeria to extinction - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Leonov, Russia's golden captain -

Nigeria Gives Huawei a Place to Prove Itself - Wall Street Journal

Why Nigeria's crises persist, by Fayemi, Fashola, others - Daily Sun

NASS Members May Seek Immunity From Prosecution -

Boko Haram: Catholic bishops blame FG, others for laxity - Vanguard

End Of African-Centered Foreign Policy - Swans

Agonising night for Nigerian Boxing in Maputo - Vanguard

ACN scores Jonathan's 100 days low - The Nation Newspaper

Woolworths plans joint venture with Nigeria investors - Vanguard

Holders braced for Russian threat -

Salvaging the Nigerian capital market through effective repositioning - Vanguard

Nigerian registered airlines must join IATA – Oduah - Vanguard

Plot to stop Nigeria's medal haul uncovered - The Nation Newspaper

Bombs explode in restive central Nigeria city - eTaiwan News

Nigeria Attack Leaves at Least 13 Dead in Central Region - BusinessWeek

Explosions rock Nigerian city beset by sectarian unrest - AFP

Nigeria Attack Leaves at Least 13 Dead in Central Region - San Francisco Chronicle

WILLIAMS: Nigerian film industry building a nation - Washington Times

Poverty Alleviation Gone Sour -

Nigerian Political and Military Leaders Trade Blame Over Ethnic Violence - Voice of America

Nigeria's Odemwingie scores as West Brom beat Norwich 1-0 - Ahram Online

Nigerian Paralympians gearing up for 2012 Games - NEXT

RED CARD: Lack of vision throttling Nigerian sports - NEXT

Jos Again - 14 More Killed in Fresh Attack -

Can the Judiciary Cleanse Itself of This Political Mess? -

High Expectations As Hassan Kukah Becomes Bishop -

Judges May Run Into Trouble - Justice Akanbi -

Osun - Ogbeni Bows to Mimimum Wage Strike After Five Weeks -

14 More Killed in Jos, Jang Ponders Vigilante Response -

Fayemi reiterates call for restructuring of Nigeria - The Nation Newspaper

13 killed in communal clashes in Nigeria - Hindustan Times

Art groups and varying platforms in Nigeria (3) - NEXT

Tanker Ship Explosion Kills 3 Indian Sailors Off Nigeria - The Maritime Executive

CBN Hope of Offshore Capital Inflows Falls Flat -

Poor Institutional Framework Stifles Nigeria's Competitiveness - THISDAY Live

Saturday, September 10, 2011

AQIM Link To Suicide Bombing Of UN Building In Nigeria - Eurasia Review

Athletics will redeem Nigeria's image, Metu boasts - The Nation Newspaper

Enyimba reach the African Champions League semi-finals - BBC News

Nigeria's insecurity: Is Jonathan the problem? - Vanguard

9/11: How possible in Nigeria? - The Nation Newspaper

President Jonathan's first 100 days in office - Daily Sun

FG should dialogue with Northern leaders, not Boko Haram - Ex-CP Alobi - Nigerian Tribune

Fresh violence kills 12 in central Nigeria - Channel 6 News Online

100 days: Parties coalition set to attack Jonathan - Vanguard

NFF, Siasia mum on Enyeama apology -

Gunmen kill 14 people from a family in Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Nyako, Sylva, Imoke, Wamakko for Primaries -

Shariah court in Nigeria orders 2 men be amputated - Newsday (subscription)

Fresh Violence Kills 13 in Central Nigeria - Voice of America (blog)

Nigeria/Sudan: Enyimba Seal Semi Final Berth -

Guber Poll - PDP to Hold Primaries in Six States -

Country's War On Terror Heats Up -

Family of Nine, Three Others Killed in Fresh Jos Crisis -

Gaddafi's Fighters in State -

Tribunal Summons Tinubu Over 10 Foreign Accounts -

Gaddafi forces cross over to northern Nigeria - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Fresh Nigeria attacks kill 15 - Africasia

Cocktail of Chaos -

Who Wants Me Dead? - Daddy Showkey -

Fresh central Nigeria attacks kill 15 - AFP

UN Bomb Blast: Exploring - Leadership Newspapers

Immigration to Sanction Erring Officers -

Friday, September 09, 2011

Jonathan charges secretaries to remove obstacles to doing business in Nigeria - WorldStage

Wikileaks' week of leaking Nigerian leaders - Vanguard

How to undermine Nigeria's growing Islamist threat - CNN (blog)

Nigeria''s Islamic court orders amputation of 2 for theft - MSN India

Shariah court in Nigeria orders 2 men be amputated - The Associated Press

Shariah court in Nigeria orders 2 men be amputated - San Jose Mercury News

Toll in Nigeria attacks up to 12, including 7 siblings - AFP

Nigeria to curb loans to firms that hurt - Reuters

Nine people hacked to death in central Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Orthopaedic Surgical Mission Brings Relief to Nigerians Suffering from Joint ... - PR Newswire (press release)

Nigeria's Zamfara Sharia court orders amputation - BBC News

Nigerian cycle of violence concerns UN -

Nigeria Stocks Head for Longest Losing Streak Since 2008 - Bloomberg

UN Urges Nigeria to Stop Ethnic, Religious Violence - Voice of America

'Team Owes Success to Passion' -

Enyeama apologises for Nigeria 'misunderstanding' - BBC Sport

UN Urges Nigeria to Stop Ethnic, Religious Violence - Voice of America (blog)

Labour Leaders Held Hostage Over Minimum Wage in Enugu -

Jos, the Abridged Truth No One Wants to Tell -

Children killed in Nigeria attack - BBC News

Nigerian Islamic court sentences two to amputation - AFP

Jos fighting: Nigeria gunmen kill father and children - BBC News

Badagry, an Abandoned Tourist Site -

NIGERIA: Dire pollution in Ogoniland but little action so far -

AFRICA MONEY-Nigeria's hot money invite falls flat - Reuters Africa

Kukah Ordination - Kaigama Laments Societal Decay -

The Voice of the People -

N7 Billion Fraud Allegation - House Backs Ikuforiji -

Yar'Adua Bribed Supreme Court With $57 Million - Wikileaks -

NIGERIA: The Al Qaeda Connection - Strategy Page

Reps Speaker, Dep. Stay - PDP -

New attack kills 9, including 7 siblings in central Nigeria - Capital FM Kenya

We Cannot Remove Tambuwal, PDP Tells Obasanjo and Others -

Jonathan Clocks 100 Days in Office - Any Cause for Celebration? -

Nigeria drives Africa's effort on FDI -

AMCON Rates Bond Issue High - Leadership Newspapers

EMBARRASSING! South Africa nips 20 golds, Nigeria 1 -

Wikileaks - How Kutigi Rejected Obasanjo's Bribe -

Asset Company to adopt phased disposal of assets - NEXT

Coping with floods - Daily Sun

Indian crew dead after ship blast - BBC News

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Nigeria Buys 'Well-Managed' Yuan, Thailand Poised: China Credit - San Francisco Chronicle

Since 9/11, new efforts to fight terrorism have had mixed results - Washington Times

Nigeria Buys 'Well-Managed' Yuan, Thailand Poised: China Credit - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Buying 'Well-Managed' Yuan as Thailand to Diversify: China Credit - Bloomberg

Nigeria spends N1.73trn to stablise financial system – CBN - BusinessDay

Nigeria Customs & Okonjo-Iweala's 2nd coming - Vanguard

Cargo Ship Fire Off Nigerian Coast Kills 3 - Voice of America (blog)

EMBARRASSING! South Africa nips 20 golds, Nigeria 1 - Vanguard

Nigerian Publishers Gain by Maximum Daily Limit on Profit Bets - Bloomberg

Nigeria will bounce back, sports minister assures - Vanguard

An al-Qaida offshoot in Nigeria a rising threat to US and its allies - Sun-Sentinel

Nigeria deals the US dollar another blow - Business Daily Africa

Nigeria Boko Haram's main target? -

3 Indians killed in ship explosion off Nigeria, 10 rescued - Times of India

Diamond Bank of Nigeria Falls to One-Week Low on Loss Forecast - Bloomberg

Analysis: Al Qaeda influence growing south of the Sahara - Reuters

CPC May Drop Petition Against Jonathan - Akaas to Head Tribunal -

Analysis - Al Qaeda influence growing south of the Sahara - Reuters UK

Salami - Drama as Court Adjourns to Sept 26 -

Nigerian president sacks counter-terrorism chief - Reuters Africa

EFCC in Eyes of Human Rights Watch -

Africa's 'Big Brother' again sees Nigerian winner - BusinessWeek

'Shut up', CJN Orders NJC, As it Sues Salami -

Sub-Sahara Africa Stocks: British American; Flour Mills Nigeria - Bloomberg

Ogoni Struggle and Nonchalant Nation -

Angry Torrents and Our Future -

Challenge Before the Economic Team -

Atiku Charges Kukah On Unity, Peace -

Nigeria, others criticise Iran over nuclear programme - The Nation Newspaper

EFCC is Not Investigating First Lady --Waziri -

Bomb Factory - SSS Lied --Aliyu -

Libya - Serap Canvasses End to Racial Killings -

A Tainted Mirror -

Lagos Lawmakers Move to Save Speaker -

EFCC - We've No Criminal Case Against First Lady -

Jonathan: Beyond The Red Sea - THISDAY Live

Islam Is Misunderstood - Sultan -

CJN Stops NJC Over Salami -

Nigeria, others criticise Iran over nucl... - BusinessDay

Nigeria's the place to be -

Gaddafi Loyalists Enter Niger Republic -

Nigerian politicians must be told the gospel truth -Sultan - Nigerian Tribune

No Case Against First Lady - EFCC -

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Jos on knife edge; & Sudan: war in Blue Nile State -

Nigeria's Upsurge of Violence Casts Doubt on Growth Push - Wall Street Journal

Al-Qaeda : An enduring insurgency? - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria Terror Upsurge Casts Doubt on Growth Push - Wall Street Journal

Flour Mills of Nigeria to Raise $179.3 Million in Rights Offer, CEO Says - Bloomberg

Nigerian politicians profit from oil theft - WikiLeaks -

Nigerian politicians profit from oil theft - WikiLeaks - Reuters Africa

Nigerian politicians profit from oil theft: WikiLeaks -

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

Messi inspires Argentina to 3-1 victory over Nigeria - Taipei Times

Islamic finance spreads in Nigeria - CNN International

Nigeria's Naira Slides to 11-Week Low as Bank Fails to Meet Dollar Demand - Bloomberg

Beach Eagles target victory over Brazil - NEXT

EasyGroup Seeks Ivory Coast, Nigeria Hotel Openings, Lonrho's Lenigas Says - Bloomberg

EasyGroup Seeks Ivory Coast, Nigeria Hotel Openings, Lonrho Says - BusinessWeek

Time to Be Commander-in-Chief, Jonathan -

Sanusi Says Nigeria May Raise Key Rate if Inflation Exceeds 10% - San Francisco Chronicle

Argentines Expose Eagles Naivety, Says Erico -

Nigeria Plans to Buy Yuan as Soon as Possible, Sanusi Says - San Francisco Chronicle

SSSUncovers Boko Haram Bomb Factory -

Africa's 'Big Brother' again sees Nigerian winner - CBS

IT BEGINS: Major Oil Player Nigeria Makes Big Bet On The Yuan - Business Insider

Presidency Denies Graft Allegations Against Jonathan, Wife -

Nigeria Yields Indicate Lower Rate-Rise Expectations, Absa Says - Bloomberg

Navy Parades 45 Suspected Militants in Abia -

Nigeria not prepared for the new level of terrorism, says Azazi - NEXT

Nigeria's FCMB seeks shareholder approval for Finbank deal - Reuters

Jonathan's Single Term and Our Costly Democracy -

International Friendly - Eagles Lose to Argentina 3-1 -

Terrorism Here to Stay - Azazi, NSA -

State Security Services Uncovers Bomb Factory in Suleja -

Sanusi Says Nigeria Plans to Get Yuan to 10% of Reserves Soon as Possible - Bloomberg

I Stand On My Comments On Obasanjo, Says Babangida -

Argentina Avenge Eagles' Defeat -

Nigeria's security adviser speaks on preparedness to tackle terrorism - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria released 'terror' suspects in 2008 - Capital FM Kenya

Jos Violence - STF Connived to Kill Christians --CAN -

Yobo Extends Fenerbahce Loan Deal at Airport -

Siasia - Argentina Loss Will Toughen us -

Rapist 'Men of God' and Others -

Messi too fast for Eagles – Echiejile - (blog)

Nigeria released known terror suspects - AngolaPress

Nigeria Plans For Up To 10 Pct Of Reserves In Yuan: Central Bank - Bernama

Stanbic IBTC gets CBN approval for mobile payment services - Vanguard

Edo Musician Kidnapped, Found Dead -

Nigeria released known terror suspects: WikiLeaks - Zee News

Tuesday, September 06, 2011

Argentina victorious, USA lose again - ESPN

FG Includes Chinese Yuan in Foreign Reserves -

Members of Qaida-linked group released by WikiLeaks - Times of India

Int'l Friendly: Nigeria Lose To Argentina 3-1 - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria wants yuan in its exchange reserves - China Daily

Nigerian prisoners in China - Daily Sun

Nigeria targets China as a safe haven - Globe and Mail

Issues as Jonathan marks 100 days in office - Nigerian Tribune

Transporters rate 100 days of Jonathan administration high - Vanguard

Lionel Messi inspires Argentina to victory over Nigeria in Dhaka - The Guardian

Bomb explodes in violence-torn Nigerian city: residents - AFP

Nigeria deals the dollar another blow - Reuters Blogs (blog)

Africa's 'Big Brother' again sees Nigerian winner - The Associated Press

Messi inspires win over Nigeria in Dhaka -

Africa's 'Big Brother' again sees Nigerian winner - Boston Globe

Christian-Muslim violence flares again in Nigeria - Catholic Culture

Argentina Punish Nigeria - Australian FourFourTwo

Africa's 'Big Brother' Again Sees Nigerian Winner - ABC News

Is Nigeria Ready For al Qaeda? - Huffington Post

Messi inspires Argentina to 3-1 win over Nigeria - Los Angeles Times

Lionel Messi salutes Argentina performance after 3-1 victory over Nigeria -

Lionel Messi Salutes Argentina Performance After Victory Over Nigeria - India

Messi inspires Argentina to beat Nigeria in Dhaka - Los Angeles Times

Nigeria, Argentina - live chat - (blog)

Nigeria Terror Suspects Released Knowingly: Cable - Huffington Post

Lionel Messi guides Argentina to 3-1 victory over Nigeria - Washington Post (blog)

Nigeria bank chief sees yuan becoming reserve currency - China Daily

Messi stars against Nigeria -

Nigeria Arrests 6 for Deadly Bombings - Voice of America

Fresh clashes in Nigeria's Jos kill 11 - Channel 6 News Online

Nigeria discovers bomb factory, arrests six people - Reuters Africa

Cable: Nigeria released known terror suspects - Kansas City Star

Argentina vs Nigeria Report -

Argentina Vs Messi & Co. thrash Super Eagles 3-1 - isikkim

Muslims Youths Hack Christian Family to Pieces - Fox News

Cable: Nigeria released known terror suspects - The Associated Press

What Does Boko Haram Want? -

Nigeria Arrests 6 for Deadly Bombings - Voice of America (blog)

VIDEO: Lionel Messi Sets Up Ridiculous Goal For Argentina Vs. Nigeria - SB Nation (blog)

Argentina vs Nigeria LIVE Commentary - India

Corruption - Jonathan Asks EFCC, AGF to Work Together -

MC Endeavors, Inc. Signs Strategic Partnership with Fiscal Dynamics Limited of ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Nigerian police 'find bomb-making factory' - AFP

Jonathan Should Sit Down and Work -

That Borno May Rise Again -

US Cable Says - Jonathan Ineffective As Governor -

NDE Disburses N2 Million Loan to Unemployed Youths in Cross River -

EFCC Boss Accuses Politicians of Fueling Corruption -

Akinjide Blames Ibadan Flood On Poor Planning -

Nigeria Arrests Six Alleged Boko Haram Members Over Bombings in Suleja - Bloomberg

Nigerian governor denies Islamic sects in state -

60000 to Access Free Health, Says Governor Ajimobi -

Madagascar v My Top Dogs are Nsofor, - THISDAY Live

Nigeria to invest up to 10% of reserves in yuan - MarketWatch

NDE Trains 4147 Akwa Ibom Youths -

How Poor Attitude of Health Workers is Killing Healthcare Delivery -

New import policies underway, says Jonat... - BusinessDay

No Sacred Cow in Anti-Graft War, Jonathan Tells EFCC -

Clergy Sues for Peace -

Nigeria Central Bank Governor: To Invest 5% To 10% Of Reserves In Yuan - Wall Street Journal


Nigeria central bank wants more yuan, fewer dollars - Business Day

UNEP Report Understated Damage to Ogoniland - Mittee -

Monday, September 05, 2011

Nigeria takes aim at Argentina - (blog)

Nigeria can beat Argentina again even with Messi - BusinessDay

Concerns over detainees' removal - BBC News

Clashes spiral in Nigeria's Plateau state - Financial Times

Nigeria Vs Argentina: Messi gets free role - Vanguard

Nigeria diversifies forex reserves into Yuan - The Punch

Security officers accused of racially abusing asylum seekers - The Independent

African Migrants in Libya Live in Fear - Voice of America

Preview: Nigeria v Argentina -

Ugbade favours Eagles over Argentina - (blog)

Boko Haram: Challenges of peace options - Nigerian Tribune

NIGERIA/ARGENTINA FRIENDLY: Eagles in good mood for Argentina -Siasia - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria adds Chinese currency to external reserves - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria to include Chinese yuan in foreign exchange reserves - AFP

Nigeria to include Chinese yuan in foreign exchange reserves - Africasia

Nigerian Sectarian Clashes in Jos Leave 16 Dead, 11 Wounded - BusinessWeek

Judges refuse to dismiss Nigerian terror case - The Associated Press

Judges refuse to dismiss Nigerian terror case - Boston Globe

Nestle Nigeria Forecast Misses Vetiva 4th-Quarter Estimate - Bloomberg

Judges refuse to dismiss Nigerian terror case - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigerian appeals for terror case to be dismissed - eTaiwan News

Nigeria Central Bank Buys Yuan to Add to Reserves, Sanusi Says - Bloomberg

Fresh attacks leave 11 dead in central Nigeria - AFP

Setting goals -

Islamic Banking in Nigeria - Islam Online

Everton's Victor Anichebe suffers groin injury on Nigeria duty - The Guardian

Family of 8 Killed in Jos Midnight Attack -

18 killed in violence in troubled central Nigeria - Forbes

Okonjo-Iweala, World Bank and Country [opinion] - Middle East North Africa Financial Network

Anichebe scare for Everton - SkySports

Trio out of Argentina game -

11 killed in violence in troubled central Nigeria - Newsday (subscription)

Islamic cleric shot dead by gunmen in Nigeria's NE - Sacramento Bee

Islamic cleric shot dead by gunmen in Nigeria's NE - eTaiwan News

Islamic cleric shot dead by gunmen in Nigeria's NE - The Associated Press

Islamic cleric shot dead by gunmen in Nigeria's NE - The Seattle Times

Challenges Before the Economic Team -

Friendly: Argentina vs Nigeria Preview - ESPN STAR Sports

Ibadan Still Trembles From Shocking Ocean-Wave Like Flood Disaster -

Bloodbath in Biu - Soldiers, Youths Clash in Borno -

Nigeria's high-flier hungry for more -

FG to Institutionalise Forum of Female Ministers, Advisers -

Polio - Taking the Bull By the Horns -

Ibadan Flood - PDP Seeks Support for Ajimobi -

Camaraderie is the key: Sabella - Bangladesh News 24 hours

Jos killings continue in Nigeria - BBC News

Jonathan's 100 Days in Office - Matters Arising (ii) -

82 Ex-Militants Head for Israel, Philippines -

Libya: Nigeria again protests killing of citizens in Libya - Afrique en Ligue

Argentina not thinking of revenge vs Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Wanted - Intelligence, Sincerity, Action, Not Prejudices -

Argentina not thinking of revenge against Nigeria - Times of India

Argentina not thinking of revenge v Nigeria - Yahoo! Eurosport UK

Argentina-Nigeria tie: Organisers fly Eagles to Bangladesh in luxury jet - The Nation Newspaper

Ajimobi Flags-Off Free Health Mission -

Ex-Militants Threaten to Attack Oil Installations in Niger Delta -

Protect Northern Christians, Oritsejafor Tells Jonathan -

SS in Bangladesh for Nigeria rematch with Argentina - (blog)

Argentina arrive in Dhaka for football friendly against Nigeria - Times of India

Messi bids adieu to Kolkata, next stop Dhaka - Times of India

17 Indians arrested in Nigeria for illegal export of metals - Economic Times

Family of 8 Killed in Fresh Jos Violence -

'Yar'Adua Wouldn't Have Sacked Salami' - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria/Guinea: Eagles, Guinea Set Stage for Grand Showdown in Abuja -

Overpriced tickets cloud Messi's Dhaka visit - Rediff

Messi in Dhaka - Daily Star Online

Eagles Beat Madagascar 2-0 - Leadership Newspapers

Sunday, September 04, 2011

Bangladeshis priced out of Messi football match - AFP

Boko Haram: MOSSAD, CIA to probe Nigerian security agencies - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Messi Magic in Dhaka on Sep 6 in Argentina Vs Nigeria - isikkim

17 Indians arrested in Nigeria for illegal export of metals - Hindustan Times

The Nigerian power plants and their niggling headaches - BusinessDay

Eagles now in frame to pick Nations Cup ticket - Akanni - BusinessDay

The proliferation of churches in Nigeria - Daily Sun

11 killed in violence in troubled central Nigeria - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigeria protests killing of its nationals in Libya - The Nation Newspaper

Salami: NJC prepares for legal battles •Speaks on PCA's suspension today - Nigerian Tribune

Mob hacks Christian family to death - ABC Online

Jonathan promises face lifts of some Nigerian missions, embassies - WorldStage

Argentina, Nigeria arrive in city today - Financial Express Bangladesh

Youths kill family of 8 in restive central Nigeria - Reuters Africa

Eight family members killed in central Nigeria - AFP

The controversial state of Nigeria's inflation rate - NEXT

11 killed in religious clashes in Nigeria -

Nigeria take victory in Madagascar - Vanguard

Siasia credits players after win - BBC News

Nigeria's Siasia credits players for win in Madagascar - BBC Sport

Official, witness: 11 killed in central Nigeria region beset by ethnic ... - Washington Post

Nigeria out to make amends in Maputo - NEXT

Super Eagles must win in Madagascar - NEXT

'Nigeria will benefit from a vibrant tourism industry' - NEXT

11 killed in violence in troubled central Nigeria - San Jose Mercury News

Live - Africa Cup of Nations qualifying - BBC News

Nigerian president calls for peace - The Zimbabwean

Our Leaders Are Pretenders- - Leadership Newspapers

Preview: Madagascar v Nigeria -

Eagles in acid test in Madagascar - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Alleged bomb plot in Nigeria echoes in Holland - Vanguard

Libya: Nigeria, South Africa in cold war over Gaddafi's fate - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerians prescribe dialogue with extremist groups - Vanguard

Super Eagles battle Madagascar for ticket - The Nation Newspaper

Foreign direct investment: How ready is Nigeria? - Vanguard

Five top Super Eagles' qualification comebacks - The Nation Newspaper

The Boko Haram backers - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria official: 3 killed in clash in restive NE - Forbes

Murderous Barbarism At the UN Building -

Nigeria official: 3 killed in clash between security forces and armed fighters ... - Washington Post

Nigeria official: 3 killed in clash in restive NE - The Associated Press

Eagles bury hatchet, vow to beat Madagascar - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

After 9/11, African anti-terror laws grew, abused - The Associated Press

Nigeria floods: Ibadan reflects on Eleyele Dam tragedy - BBC News

Nigerian President Vows No Effort Spared Against Terrorism - Voice of America

Corruption as Nigeria's albatross - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria residents try to recover from deadly flood - Sacramento Bee

Nigerian President Vows No Effort Spared Against Terrorism - Voice of America (blog)

EFCC Arrests Lagos Speaker -

Nigeria residents try to recover from deadly flood - The Associated Press

Nigeria Has 'Strong Leads' on Terrorist Backers, Jonathan Says - San Francisco Chronicle

Nigeria residents try to recover from deadly flood - CBS News

Nigeria residents try to recover from deadly flood - Houston Chronicle

Nigeria residents try to recover from deadly flood - San Jose Mercury News

Training, Development Strategies for SMEs -

Nigeria Has 'Strong Leads' on Terrorist Backers, Jonathan Says - Bloomberg

Libya: Why State Backed Libya's Transitional Govt -

Jonathan Visits Ibadan Flood Sites -

Who Wants Former Minister Dr. Yakubu Lame Dead? -

When Is Boko Haram Not Boko Haram? -

Ibadan Flood - Jonathan Pledges FG's Assistance -

UN HQ Bombers' Records Obtained - Jonathan -

Terrorism is contrary to Nigeria`s traditional value, says Jonathan's aide - The Nation Newspaper

Friday, September 02, 2011

MASSOB leader, 280 others regain freedom - Nigerian Tribune

Glo charges Eagles, hails Falcons - The Nation Newspaper

Poor pitch shouldn't affect Eagles chances in Antananarivo – Chukwu - Vanguard

Libya on fire, Nigeria on the precipice - Daily Sun

Globacom Charges Eagles, Hails Falcons - Nigerian Tribune

Flood: Jonathan Visits Ibadan, Promises Assistance - The Streetjournal

Why Nigeria must beat Madagascar - (blog)

Nigeria's untapped resources - The Hindu

Dozens dead in religious clashes in Nigeria -

The Call: Boko Haram poses a Catch-22 for the Nigerian government - Foreign Policy (blog)

Nigerian army threatens force after clashes - AFP

Oceanic Bank of Nigeria Shareholders to Discuss Ecobank Deal - Bloomberg

Labour Minister, TUC commiserate with workers, expatriates over Abuja blast - WorldStage

Dangote Cement's Ibese Plant In Nigeria to Start Production This Month - Bloomberg

Flood claims over hundred lives in Nigeria - AfricaNews

Nigerian cardinal addresses president on terrorism - National Catholic Reporter

Nigeria's Oceanic to transfer 40.17 pct to Ecobank - Reuters

Jos clashes: Nigerian Christians and Muslims seek calm - BBC News

Mikel - I Will Ever Remain Grateful -

Nigerians appeal for calm in Jos - BBC News

21 dead in religious rioting in central Nigeria - Boston Globe

I Was Misquoted on Obasanjo, Says IBB -

Nigeria separatists see treason charges dropped - Forbes

Revealed - Wanted Suspect Arrested, Released in 2007 -

21 dead in religious rioting in central Nigeria - Sacramento Bee

Nigeria separatists see treason charges dropped - The Associated Press

At least 21 dead over several days of religious rioting in restive central ... - Washington Post

21 dead in religious rioting in central Nigeria - The Associated Press

21 dead in religious rioting in central Nigeria - Huffington Post

Access Bank of Nigeria Heads for 1-Week High on Intercontinental - Bloomberg

Libya After Gaddafi -

Nigerian soldiers kill suspected Islamist - AFP

Peacekeeping: UN flays Nigeria's contingent equipment - The Nation Newspaper

A Foreign Policy Blunder -

Ekiti Principals Fail Promotion Exam -

Bomb Scare in National Assembly -

Madagascar/Eagles Reject Antananarivo Hotel -

Nigerian Sectarian Clashes Leave at Least 42 Dead in Jos - BusinessWeek

FG Reprimands Libyan Rebels Over Abuse of Africans -

Flooding Kills More Than 100 In Nigeria - Irish Weather Online

Scores Feared Dead in Fresh Jos Violence -

UN Building - Boko Haram Names Bomber, Abul Barra -

Jonathan Visits Ibadan Today -

I Will Reply Al-Mustapha at the Appropriate Time -Abdulsalami -

Flooding - Ekweremadu Harps on Preservation of Environment -

KNSG Forces Emir to Do Hawan Nasarawa -

Nigeria Muslim, Christian Clashes Leave at Least 42 Dead in City of Jos - Bloomberg

Boko Haram names bomber, blames UN for oppression of Muslims - Moment Nigerian Newspapers

Migrants suffer in Tripoli camps -

Union Bank Nigeria Shareholders to Meet Sept. 30 Over Investor Agreement - Bloomberg

Clashes in Nigeria's Jos kill 22 : morgue official - Reuters Africa

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Ajimobi, Akala Bicker Over Ibadan Flood As Jonathan Visits -

Nigeria 'freed UN bomb suspect' - The Press Association

Nigeria colluding with oil hunters over Libya, says Falana - The Nation Newspaper

UN House Blast: FG yet to inform UN of suspects' arrest - Vanguard

Al-Qaeda in Has the Group Found a New Arfican Foothold? - International Business Times

Can Team Nigeria reclaim top stop in AA... - BusinessDay

Threat of Militancy in Nigeria - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Why Nigeria recognised Libya transition council – FG - The Punch

Eagles in must-win battle in Antananarivo - BusinessDay

Nigerian faith leaders seek permanent end to violence - Ecumenical News International

Nigeria tightens security against Gaddafi's men - The Nation Newspaper

The best presidents Nigeria ever had - Vanguard

No Nigerian was attacked by TNC in Libya , says minister - The Nation Newspaper

Eagles in operation maul Madagascar - Vanguard

Beach Eagles bank on experience •As Nigeria tackles Russia - Nigerian Tribune

Unraveling the Boko Haram menace - Nigerian Tribune

Clashes in Nigeria's Jos kill 22 -morgue official - Reuters Africa

Clashes in Nigeria's Jos kill 22 -morgue official - Reuters

Equatorial Guinea Strengthens Bilateral Relations with Nigeria - PR Newswire (press release)

Rush to provide relief after Nigerian flood kills 102 - AFP

APNewsBreak: Nigeria government freed bomb suspect - Sarasota Herald-Tribune

APNewsBreak: Nigeria government freed bomb suspect - CBS News

Access Nigeria to Close Intercontinental Buy in October 2012 - Bloomberg

APNewsBreak: Nigeria government freed bomb suspect - The Associated Press

APNewsBreak: Former Nigeria government freed Muslim sect member now accused in ... - Washington Post

Nigerian authorities confirm al-Qaeda links in UN headquarters bombing - God Discussion

Nigeria's Access Bank to buy rival Intercontinental - Reuters

Al-Qaida-Linked Man Involved in UN Bombing - Voice of America (blog)

Nations Cup: Tension mounts for Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa and Cameroon - Vanguard

Ike Uche, Soriola join Eagles in - NEXT

England Still Bitter Over Loss of FIFA Control - Blatter -

UN says not informed of arrests in Nigerian bombing - AFP

Boko Haram has ties to al-Qaida -

Sam Loco, Ace Actor for Burial Oct 21 -

Obasanjo Lauds Koroma's Development Drive -

Breastfeeding and Child Well-Being -

Criminals in the Security Services -

African Leaders Must Respect Election Results --Jonathan -

Naira Has 40% Devaluation Chance in 2012 on Oil, Imports, Renaissance Says - Bloomberg

Ike Uche, Soriola join Eagles in Madagascar - NEXT

Onus on Olawale as Eagles dream -

Envoy wants Nigeria to address trade imbalance with China - The Nation Newspaper

2012 - Does Oshiomhole Need Edo Teachers, Workers' Votes? -

Nigeria News: Are Nigerian Islamist Groups Bolstering Separatists Movements? - IBTimes

Eid-El-Fitri - Clerics Urge Citizens to Sustain Peace -

Zimbabwe: 'Country Risks Becoming Another Ivory Coast' -

Music Coalition Declares Today "No Music Day" -

Uche in at Villarreal - ESPN

2012 CAN qualifiers: Nigeria-Madagascar - Afrique en Ligue

'UN bomber in Nigeria' - Independent Online

Party commiserates with Oyo over flood disaster - NEXT

Nigeria unable to stop attack on U.N. headquarters - San Francisco Chronicle

Flooding in southwest Nigeria kills 102 people -

Boko Haram's Terrorist Escalation - FrontPage Magazine

Al-Qaeda 'linked' to Nigeria bomb -

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Salami's Suspension: SANs Want CJN To Reverse Decision - Leadership Newspapers

102 die in Nigeria after dam collapse, flooding - CNN International

Libya: Nigeria's foreign policy faux pas - BusinessDay

Beware of Eagles, Eguavoen warns Siasia - Vanguard

PM seeks Nigerian leader's help - New

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