Google Nigerian News Archive for October 2011

Sunday, October 30, 2011

79 Nigerians back from Libya - The Nation Newspaper

Subsidy: govt 'll plough back funds on amenities – Ajuonuma - Vanguard

Keshi weeps over Eagles' failure •Ethiopia coach eyes Eagles' job - Nigerian Tribune

Front runners for Super Eagles' job -

Club Africain edge out Sunshine - Vanguard

Move over Boko Haram, Nigeria's MEND rebels set to restart oil war in Niger Delta - Christian Science Monitor

New Eagles Coach May Be Known By Wednesday -

CAF Confederation Cup:Club Africain Ride Over Sunshine To final - P.M. News

Nigeria bomb attack targets military patrol - AFP

Lagos at centre of Africa's population boom - AFP

'Loud explosion hits' Nigerian city - AFP

Nigeria`s Parliament moves to amend - Zee News

Nigeria's Growing Population, a 'Time Bomb,' Warn Analysts - THISDAY Live

Dutch Surgeons Plug Brain Drain in County -

How to Engage Diaspora Citizens and Make Them Stake-Holders in ... -

PDP Members Scramble for Board Appointments -

PDP Chair - Abba Aji May Join Race -

'Lack of Power Telecom Operators' Biggest Headache' -

Racism in Football -

17 Heads of State Stranded After Summit -

Citizens Kick Against Lack of True Federalism -

States At Dagger Drawn Over Abia's Sack of Non-Indigenous Workers -

Stephen Keshi in Talks With NFF Over Eagles Job? -

Commonwealth leaders refuse to publish key report's findings - Vancouver Sun

Nigerians spend a billion dollars on school fees in Ghana yearly - GhanaWeb

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Etisalat Nigeria Invests $2.4bn In 3 years - Leadership Newspapers

Perform, Fashola charges new LG chairmen - The Nation Newspaper

Fuel subsidy removal as Nigeria's Arab Spring? - Nigerian Tribune

A President Under Pressure: Crises engulf subsidy removal plans - Vanguard

Lessons for Nigeria, W/Africa from Euro crisis, by CBN Gov - Vanguard

SIASIA: Shone so bright, dimmed so fast - Vanguard

Africain reach Confed Cup final - BBC News

Nigeria's political structure wasteful –CBN Gov - Daily Sun

Nigeria fire coach after failing to qualify for Nations Cup - Middle East North Africa Financial Network

Canada adds $15M to anti-polio pledge - National Post (blog)

ECOWAS - CNPP Blasts FG for Ceding Post -

Nigeria face Rwanda in 2013 Cup of Nations qualifiers - BBC Sport

Nigeria to face Rwanda in qualifiers -

Nigeria Fuel Subsidy: NNPC Vs PPPRA - Who Will Sit In Judgment Now? - NgEX

Live Without Foreign Exchange Or Die Craving - NgEX

Jonathan tasks Commonwealth leaders on economic, social progress - Afrique en Ligue

Wogu Takes Campaign for Subsidy Removal to NASS -

Why Nigeria Is Yet To Win The - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria s Siasia sacked after Nations Cup failure -

Revamping Cocoa Production -

UK Curbs Arik Operations to Heathrow -

NFF Finally Sacks Siasia -

United States Looming Invasion of Central Africa (Two) -

Why Lawmakers Want Waziri Out -

Group Hacks Website of EFCC -

Fashola Swears in New Council Chairmen -

NFF Sacks Siasia -

Bayelsa 2012 - the Big Plot to Oust Sylva -

For Subsidy Removal to Be Acceptable -

CNPP Rejects Reps Moves to Oust EFCC Chairman -

Commonwealth leaders raise polio vaccine spending -

Commonwealth government leaders commit to stepping up efforts to eradicate ... - Washington Post

Friday, October 28, 2011

Commonwealth leaders raise polio vaccine spending - The Associated Press

Airtel draws flak from Nigerian telecom regulator for poor mobile services - Economic Times

Nigerians Seek $1 Billion in Compensation From Shell - Voice of America

Nigeria football will bounce back (1) - The Nation Newspaper

Siasia fired by Nigeria - Fox News

Nigeria fires coach Samson Siasia - Ahram Online

Nigeria fires Siasia after African Cup of Nations failure -

Sad Times For Cameroon and Nigeria Football - Voice of America (blog)

Nigerian Billionaire Aliko Dangote Gets Highest National Honor - Forbes

Hackers hit Nigeria anti-fraud agency website -

Stanbic IBTC Nigeria's Nine-Month Profit Advances 10% - BusinessWeek

Lead poisoning in 2000 Nigerian children - AFP

Hackers Hit Nigeria Anti-Fraud Agency Website - ABC News

Hackers hit Nigeria anti-fraud agency website - The Associated Press

Nigeria wins pact for bilateral trade council - The Australian

Mysterious Goodluck's choice - The Africa Report

Military Service, Not NYSC -

More Nigerian heartache looms in Confederation Cup - BBC Sport

'No Need to Merge EFCC With ICPC' -

Oil contractors kidnapped of Nigeria's coast freed - BusinessWeek

"Eco-Friendly" Solutions Dominate Ecofair -

Siasia Favoured to Retain Eagles Job -

Nigeria's population projected @ 433 million by 2050 - Vanguard

Why Should a Coach Earn the Salary of 277 Workers? -

Use Technology to Tackle Insecurity - Kaoje -

Code of Conduct Bureau Vital for National Growth --Aliyu -

Yobe's 'Race to the Top' in Education -

Do They Mean Well for Jonathan? -

Kwara Poly to Produce Graduate Employers of Labour -

Onigbinde - Siasia is Better Than Keshi, Others -

Fuel Subsidy Removal - Masses Paying for the 'Sin' of the Rich -

Kogi - Gunmen Free Robbery Suspect in Court, Kill Prison Official -

Hike in Fees - Lasu Students Stone Deputy Governor -

'Come Today, Come Tomorrow' -

NCC Boss Urges Control of Internet Content -

Peters, Talle Want Siasia's Sack -

Nigeria Warns Airtel, Glo, MTN on Mobile Service - Wall Street Journal

Nigerian telecom regulator NCC warns Airtel, MTN on poor service quality - Economic Times

Broadband Access: Penetration Take Centre Stage at WAFICT Congress - THISDAY Live

Deregulation On Course, Alison-Madueke Tells NLC -

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Nigeria Still Crawling @ 51 - Leadership Newspapers

I agree with Bizlaw on foreign coach - Vanguard

Nigeria's Debt Hits N6trn - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria still under investigation on Jos crisis – UN - The Punch

Nigeria's Iron Production - Resource Investing News

Sack Siasia now —James Peter - The Nation Newspaper

Australia, Nigeria explore business ties - Ninemsn

Nigerian football and the politics of underdevelopment - Daily Sun

Nigeria government threatens MTN, other mobile phone providers over poor service - Washington Post

Kulczyk Oil Ventures Inc.: Nigeria OML 42 -Update - MarketWatch (press release)

Oil Contractors Kidnapped off Nigeria Coast Released - Fox News

Exxon Mobil subsidiary: Contract workers kidnapped off Nigeria's oil-rich ... - Winnipeg Free Press

A Promising Breakthrough in Malaria Treatment -

Nigeria Central Bank recovers 200 houses from former bank chiefs -

Goodbye Goodluck, but Nigerian show goes on - The Australian

Youths Threaten Hunger Strike Over Fuel Subsidy -

MTN Says Nigeria Regulator Has Demanded Better Phone Service - BusinessWeek

Politics of Doctors' Unending Strike in Anambra -

Gaddafi and the Rest of us -

Bayelsa PDP Primary - How Far Can Bruce Go? -

No Safe Drinking Water in Rivers State -

Broadband Access - Penetration Take Centre Stage At Wafict Congress -

Eagles Job Shouldn't be for All-Comers - Iorfa -

EFCC's Call for Special Court for Financial Crimes -

Siasia, Path of Honour is Out -

Court Orders NDLEA to Produce Baba Suwe On Nov 1 -

Shell: Nigeria Oil, Gas Output Declines For First Time In 2 Years - Fox Business

Nigeria consider Botswana friendly - (blog)

Grace Schools Bring Chinese Language Into Curriculum -

Pay Me My Salary, Obuh Cries to NFF -

Revenue Formula - Governors Propose Bill to Amend Constitution -

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Africa to prosper despite global turmoil: Nigeria - AFP

TV Journalist Gunned Down by Notorious Islamic Sect -

Nigerian immigrant wants to give hope to children laboring in hidden jobs - Washington Post

Does Nigeria need a Gaddafi? - BusinessDay

Weak currencies worsen pain for Nigeria, S/Africa, Kenya stocks - BusinessDay

LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS: NFF Dream Team V must qualify - The Nation Newspaper

Doom looms for Nigeria - Vanguard

Fed Govt launches Australia-Nigeria Trade and Investment Council - The Nation Newspaper

Only God can save Nigeria football, says Falcons coach - Vanguard

Nigeria's Naira Weakens First Day in Three on Dollar Demand - BusinessWeek

TEXT-Fitch expects Nigerian banks' earnings to improve - Reuters Africa

Nigeria's Naira Weakens First Day in Three on Dollar Demand - Bloomberg

As Nigeria Floods Rise, Canoes and Cholera Return - ABC News

As Nigeria floods rise, canoes and cholera return - The Associated Press

Foreign Investment - Govt to Tackle Impediments At Economic Summit -

As Nigeria floods rise, canoes and cholera return -

Floods lap again across Nigeria as governments remain inept, raising risk of ... - Washington Post

Nigeria U-20 coach demands salary - BBC News

FG Raises Panel On Fuel Subsidy Removal -

Okorocha - Leave Abia State Alone!!! -

Senate Gives Custom Boss Seven Days to Recover $Three Billion NIPP ... -

The Missiles From Imo State -

Jonathan Presses Ahead - Credible Team to Manage Subsidy Funds -

The Population Time Bomb -

Democracy and Rule of Law in Nasarawa State -

A Tale of Two Rulers -

'Siasia Has No Case' -

Governors to Jonathan - Don't Starve Us of Funds -

Ndigbo and 2015 Presidency -

NCC Issues Deadline to MTN, GLO, Airtel to Improve Services -

Senate Summons Okonjo-Iweala Over Missing NIPP, PHCN Equipment -

95 Percent Mothers Illiterate - NUC Boss -

Siasia - NFF Not Under Pressure - Maigari -

Petrol Subsidy - to Remove or Not to Remove? -

Kwankwaso Launches Site and Service Layout -

Slain NTA Correspondent - Journalists Charged On Ethics -

PDP heads to court over Lagos Council poll results - NEXT

NCC Warns Telecom Firms -

Former Governors Duped in EFCC's Name -

Subsidy won't go in Jan. - The Nation Newspaper

75% of Ekiti population hypertensive-NGO -

Nigeria's constitution, a fraud -Fashola - Nigerian Tribune

Ascend Tasks Jonathan On Disability Bill -

The ill-Informed ripples over the transfer of non-Indigenes in Abia ... - NgEX

Nigeria's Leader Woos Australian Investors - P.M. News

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

World Bank cautions FG on oil subsidy removal •Slams Nigeria over low MDGs ... - Nigerian Tribune

ANPP, Oyo Assembly, Falana kick - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian man and family win deportation challenge - Irish Times

Arewa students reject proposed removal of fuel subsidy •As ANPP condemns plan - Nigerian Tribune

Accommodation for Nigerians in Ghana As costly as gold - Nigerian Tribune

KCCI, Nigerian chamber to explore fresh trade avenues - Pakistan Daily Times

Arab Spring, Occupy Movement and Western Media -

Wall St. Giants Seek a Piece of Nigeria's Sovereign Fund - New York Times (blog)

Nigerian sect says killed journo for spying - News24

Nestle Nigeria 9-Month Profit Little Changed From Last Year - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to take Siasia decision - BBC News

Nestle Nigeria 9-Month Profit Little Changed From Last Year - Bloomberg

Nigeria set to decide Samson Siasia's fate - BBC Sport

Prize Elevates Journalism in Nigeria - Wall Street Journal

The Abia Expulsions - Controversy Brews -

9 get 90yrs each for oil theft - News24

Nigerian roads second worst of 192 countries – FRSC - The Punch

Nigeria jails nine oil thieves for 90 years each - Reuters Africa

Jegede Wants Two-Year Break for Eagles, Falcons -

Politics Behind Subsidy Withdrawal -

Building Peace in the Country - Use Rule of Law, Respect Human Rights -

SWF - White Whale or Red Herring? -

Nigerian gunmen kill policeman - AFP

Mabo Blames Falcons Ouster On NFF -

SWF- Govs Drag FG to S-Court -

Protests as ACN Wins Lagos Council Elections -

Controversy erupts over Abia state govt decision to sack all non ... - NgEX

Polio - Nation Sinks in Pain -

The Race to End Polio - Challenges and Gaps to Close -

'Take Your Mind Off Nation Football to Avoid Heart-Related Illnesses' -

TDAP to Participate in Next Lagos Trade Fair -

Nigeria-US trade hits $34 billion - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian sect says killed journalist for spying - Reuters Africa

'Falcons' Loss Would Exert Pressure On Dream Team' -

Karachi Chamber of Commerce to Explore the Country's Markets -

Presidency Queries Police Purchase of 75000 Units of Motorola Walkie ... -

Removing Oil Subsidy Best for the Nation - EU -

Electricity Subsidy - FG, US Teams Brainstorm On Framework -

Apple's Steve Jobs and Lessons for the Country -

FG Sets Agenda for Bio-Business Through Herbal Medicine -

Monday, October 24, 2011

Google expanding operations in Nigeria - San Francisco Chronicle

Lagos ACN to PDP leaders: you're a blackmailer - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria's economy at risk from resolution of banks' crisis – CBN - Vanguard

ACN sweeps 57 councils chairmanship seats in Lagos, amid protest - Vanguard

Research and Markets: Nigeria Oil Markets, 2011 - Production, Consumption ... -

Oliseh Begs NFF for Eagles Job -

Nigerian governors appeal to block sovereign fund - Reuters Africa

9 convicted in Nigeria over illegal oil trade -

2 Ghanaians, 7 Nigerians convicted to 90 years in jail over illegal oil trade ... - Washington Post

Nigeria Naira Weakens as Bank Fails to Meet Demand - BusinessWeek

Nigerian Islamists claim killing of journalist - AFP

Nigeria Naira Weakens as Bank Fails to Meet Demand - Bloomberg

Oshiomhole - From Chicanery to Deceptive Mantra -

Nigeria Village Files $1B Suit against Shell - Chem.Info

Nigeria part with Eucharia - BBC News

Nigeria Raises December Bonny Light Oil Exports to 7 Cargoes - BusinessWeek

Fear Grips Journalists in Maiduguri Over Killing of Colleague -

Nigeria's Second-Quarter Revenue Rose 41%, Central Bank Says - BusinessWeek

Nation and the Plight of Darfur Refugees in Chad -

Education - Ekweremadu Canvasses 26 Percent Budgetary Allocation -

CBN Unveils Fresh Measures to Stabilise the Naira -

CBN Intervenes to Stabilise Interbank Currency Market -

Obstacles On Mobile Money Implementation in the Country -

Placing EFCC's Mandate in Proper Perspective -

NCC Will Not Spear Erring GSM Operators -Juwah -

NLC Accuses FG of Bribing Citizens Over Subsidy -

Dictatorship - a Doomed Art -

Nigeria's Second-Quarter Revenue Rose 41%, Central Bank Says - Bloomberg

We Want to Help Dafur Refugees to Be Self-Reliant - Amsed Nigerian ... -

Nation's Soccer Fortunes -

walking a ratings tightrope - Financial Times (blog)

Women's duo make history in Africa -

We are on the cusp of ending polio - Globe and Mail

EFCC Arrests Banker Over Delta Ghost Workers -

Ekweremadu Canvasses 26 Percent Budgetary Allocation to Education -

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Leads Varsity Wins Accreditation Suit Against NUC -

Nigeria's non-oil export up by 40% – NEPC - Vanguard

'Inefficiency stunts Nigeria's growth' - The Nation Newspaper

Another award for Oshiomhole - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian held with fake US dollars - Times of India

Bomb blast hits Nigerian patrol in restive city - AFP

Nigerian military arrest oil thieves, seize vessel, boats - AFP

Africa: Cameroon Seal Olympic Qualification At Nigeria's Expense -

Nigerian national, Mumbai trader held for credit card fraud - Times of India

Radical Islamic sect kills television journalist in Nigeria - Hindustan Times

Nigeria's capital market: Past, present and future – 1 - Vanguard

ITF Boss Bags Service Award -

Imoke Is Not Desperate for a Second Term, Says Aide -

Fear of Revolution As Lagosians Shun Council Polls -

Antics Ahead of Sokoto Gubernatorial Election -

Why Eagles Fail Under Local Coaches - Kaave -

ACF to Hold Confab Over North's Unity -

Cleric Blames CAN for Misleading Jonathan -

Bishop Adjayi Crowther Was a 'Saint' - Great-Great Grand-Daughter -

Tension in Borno, Kaduna Over Gaddafi's Death -

Subsidy - NLC Not Averse to Meeting FG -

Saturday, October 22, 2011

FG to Review Recent Constitutional Conferences -

Governor Sylva Submits Gubernatorial Form -

Nigerian sect shoots, kills state-run TV cameraman -

Tacoma police news: Purse thefts, Nigerian scam, mystery wounds -

Purse pilferings, Nigerian scam, odd wounds pop up in Tacoma - Bellingham Herald

Sylva - Jonathan Has Endorsed My Re-Election Bid -

Oliseh ready to coach Super Eagles -

Nigeria down AGAIN! - Vanguard

Ghanaian, Nigerian fight over custody of only child •Husband, wife expose each ... - Nigerian Tribune

Nigerian reporter death blamed on Islamists Boko Haram - BBC News

Cameroon stun Nigeria for London berth -

Nigerian sect shoots, kills state-run TV cameraman - Sacramento Bee

Suspected Islamist sect kills Nigerian journalist - Reuters

Suspected Islamists kill Nigerian reporter: witnesses - AFP

Nigerian sect shoots, kills state-run TV cameraman - The Associated Press

In Nigeria, corruption roots in local governments - CBS News

Cameroon's women beat Nigeria to clinch Olympics spot - BBC Sport

Gaddafi news: Kadhafi's demise gets big play in Nigeria - Afrique en Ligue

In Nigeria, corruption roots in local governments - The Associated Press

Taiwo pleased to win over San Siro crowd - AFP

Local Nigeria politics mirror national problems of corruption - Washington Post

Man sentenced for health care fraud - BusinessWeek

Missing $12.4 Billion Oil Money - Judgement Adjourned Indefinitely -

Halliburton probes Angola unit after email tip-off - Reuters Africa

Endless Wait for Baba Suwe's Expensive 'Shit' -

Intrigues Over Obasanjo's Boko Haram Peace Deal -

Friday, October 21, 2011

Super Falcons to Restore Country's Image in Olympic Qualifier -

Lagos LG Polls - ACN, PDP Go to War -

Council Polls Hold in Lagos Today -

NDLEA Can Hold Baba Suwe for 15 More Days, Says Court -

UN, Amnesty Want Death of Gaddafi Probed -

We'll shut down Nigeria if…—NUPENG - Vanguard

Baba Suwe saga: Family, relatives in a state of distress - Vanguard

Today's Epic Battle in Lagos - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria village cited by UN for chronic oil-spill damage sues Royal Dutch ... - Washington Post

Fitch takes Nigeria's rating up: Outlook revised Stable, BB - Vanguard

IATA Sacks Arik Air From Its Billing Settlement Plan -

Nigeria Village Files $1B Suit Against Shell in US - Fox News

Nigerian Parliament using dirty tricks in push to pass anti-gay bill - San Diego Gay & Lesbian News

Nigeria Village Files $1B Suit Against Shell in U.S. - Fox News

Nigerian ex-militant mourns 'martyr' Kadhafi - AFP

Shell Plans to Boost Nigeria Gas Production Next Year - BusinessWeek

Research and Markets: Nigeria Gas Markets 2011 - Infrastructure, Forecasts ... -

Nigeria's Siasia Conundrum - KickOff

Shell Plans to Boost Nigeria Gas Production Next Year - Bloomberg

Nigeria village files $1B suit against Shell in US - Chicago Tribune

CPC Vs Jonathan - Tribunal Reserves Judgement -

Muammar Gaddafi, 1942-2011 - a Strong Man's Sad End -

Fitch Ratings Lifts Outlook On Nigeria To Stable From Negative - Wall Street Journal

Nigeria village cited by UN for chronic oil-spill damage sues Royal Dutch ... - The Republic

Nigeria/Cameroon: NFF Doubles Super Falcons' Bonus to Beat Cameroon -

Nigerian militant mourns 'martyr' Gaddafi - News24

How I would have handled Boko Haram, by Obasanjo -

Uniabuja Awaits VCN Accreditation to Upgrade Students -

LG Polls - Lagos Restricts Movement for Seven Hours -

Pakistan Expects US$100 Million Orders From Trade Fair -

Col. Muammar Gaddafi Killed in Sirte Gaddafi's Death - Locals React -

Nigeria And Security Challenges Of The Times - P.M. News

Mixed Reactions Trail Sambo's 'Presidential' Bid -

Nigeria spends N2trillion annually on food importation - NEXT

Tyranny Ends With Gaddafi, Son and Defence Chief Killed -

NDLEA Denies Petition From Lawyers to Baba Suwe -

Nexim Partners US Exim Bank to Boost Agriculture -

Baba Suwe - Ndlea Urged to Apologise Within Seven Days as Theatre ... -

Col. Muammar Gaddafi Killed in Sirte the End Fits the Life -

LASU Students Protest Hike in Tuition Fee -

What Future for Country's Football? -

Two Feared Killed in Bauchi Crisis -

LASU Students Protest Over Hike in Tuition Fees -

'Don't Shoot, Don't Shoot,' Gaddafi Yelled -

Baba Suwe's Lawyer Gives NDLEA Ultimatum -

Representaives to Monitor Dredging of River Niger -

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Nigerians seek $1 billion from Shell for oil spills - AFP

Siasia Owes Himself Moral Obligation Of Resigning - Vanguard

Nigerian prisons: Horrors that inmates face - Nigerian Tribune

Ex-Im Bank, Nigerian Power Ministry to sign $1.5b to increase power output - Vanguard

Baba Suwe: Doing an NDLEA movie? - Nigerian Tribune

Let Siasia go - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria Moving to Drop Fuel Subsidy, Trade Unions Object - Voice of America

Nigeria's Amcon to End Purchases of Bad Debts by Month-End - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Amcon to End Purchases of Bad Debts by Month-End - Bloomberg

Diagnostic Centre Takes Cancer Campaign to School - Zimbabwe Telegraph

Nigeria's Access Bank grows 9-mo pre-tax profit - Reuters

Official: Sect kills 4 people in 3 separate attacks in Nigeria's restive northeast - Washington Post

Dele Giwa - Still No Clue Yet On Killers -

Nigerian expats lured back home - BBC News

General Monguno - Victim or Fall Guy? -

Companies & Markets: Nigeria Gas Markets, 2011 - Bradenton Herald

Death toll in UN House bombing in Nigeria rises to 24 - Afrique en Ligue

Representatives Vow to Ensure Completion of River Niger Dredging -

Nigerian Spending Cuts Will Be 'Hard', Finance Minister Says - BusinessWeek

The EFCC Arrest of Past Office Holders -

NDA Sacks Staff -

Companies & Markets: Nigeria Gas Markets, 2011 -

Companies & Markets: Nigeria Gas Markets, 2011 - MarketWatch (press release)

Poor Driving Culture Cause of Road Mishaps in Abuja -- FCT Minister -

Admission Scam - NDA Dismisses Senior Staff -

NFA - Falcons Will Put Smile On Our Faces -

The Nation's Football Yet to Develop, Laments Chukwu -

Act Now On Lemu Panel Report -

Diagnostic Centre Takes Cancer Campaign to School -

Power - Govt, US Seal US$1.5 Billion Loan Deal for IPPS -

"More Than Half of Nigerian Lecturers Don't Have a PHD" -

2015 - 'Mafia Plots Jonathan, Sambo Clash' -

2012 Guber and the PDP Challenge in Edo -

US Exim Bank Lists the Nation Among Nine Investment Destinations -

Another UN worker dies from Nigeria HQ blast - Jamaica Observer

ACSI Renews Commitment to Revamp Education Sector -

Ambassador School to Represent Nation in World Contest -

Islamist sect kills 3 in northeast military - Reuters Africa

Budget 2011 - Why We Stopped Jonathan - Tambuwal -

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Nigeria projected to become Africa's biggest economy by 2018 - Vanguard

Stephen Hendel Takes Broadway's "Fela!" to Nigeria - Hartford Courant

Nigerian Scholar Blames Underdevelopment on Outdated Ideas of Governance - Voice of America

Nigeria-Benin anti-piracy patrols 'successful' - defpro

Nigeria 'Vulnerable' to Oil Price Fluctuations, Sanusi Says - BusinessWeek

Islamist sect kills 3 in northeast Nigeria-military - Reuters Africa

US, Nigeria sign $1.5 billion electricity financing deal - AFP

Nigeria 'Vulnerable' to Oil Price Fluctuations, Sanusi Says - Bloomberg

US, Nigeria sign $1.5 billion electricity financing deal - Vanguard

1 more UN worker dies after Aug. Nigeria HQ blast - The Associated Press

1 More U.N. Worker Dies After August Nigeria HQ Blast - Fox News

US Eximbank targets Nigerian power sector - Reuters Africa

Almajiri and Matters Arising -

All Hail the Nobel Heroines -

Who Will Take Our Football to the Promised Land? -

Gunmen kidnap oil contractor from ship off Nigeria - BusinessWeek

Govt to Revert Education System to 1-6-3-3-4 -

ACN Blames Suswan for the Violence in Benue -

States, FG at War Over Allocation -

Goje Fails to Meet N200 Million Bail Condition -

ExxonMobil: Gunmen attack ExxonMobil vessel in Nigeria, kidnap one - Afrique en Ligue

Boko Haram - Muslims Asked to Vacate Niger Delta Within One Week -

US Declares Borno, Bayelsa Danger Zones -

Boro Sign Ogbeche -

World's First Malaria Vacine Debuts -

Super Eagles' Disgraceful Exit From Nations Cup -

Oshiomhole - Govt Shielding Fuel Subsidy Fat Cats -

Osaze, Mikel - Siasia Admits Mistake -

FG Restates Commitment to Quality, Nomadic Education -

London 2012 - Eucharia Seeks Divine Help -

Goje Gets Bail, to Pay N200 Million -

NDLEA Denies Release of Baba Suwe -

Warner Ready to Spill the Beans On Blatter -

Obasanjo - If I Were President, I Would Dialogue With Boko Haram -

ACN Blames Suswam for Benue Violence -

No Going Back On Cashless Policy - CBN -

Osaze Stung By Nations Cup Failure -

Osaze, Mikel Should Not Have Started - Siasia -

Plateau Residents Say No to Fuel Subsidy Removal -

Dele Giwa - 25 Years of Fruitless Search for Killers -

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Siasia Meets NFF President On Eagles Future -

Nigeria naira firms at interbank, forex reserves up - Reuters Africa

Nigerian troops arrest dozens of oil thieves - AFP

Armed Men Attack Supply Vessel Near Exxon Nigeria Facility - BusinessWeek

Fighting between Boko Haram Islamists and Nigerian security rages on - Christian Science Monitor

United States supreme court to hear Shell Nigeria human rights abuses - Afrique en Ligue

Nigeria Starts Sovereign Wealth Fund With $1 Billion - BusinessWeek

6 including politician die in spate of violence in quiet central Nigerian town - Washington Post

Nigeria Starts Sovereign Wealth Fund With $1 Billion - Bloomberg

6 die in attack, backlash in central Nigerian town - Sacramento Bee

6 die in attack, backlash in central Nigerian town - The Associated Press

Why food security may not be achieved before 2020 - FreshPlaza

Supreme Court to Hear Shell-Nigeria Abuse Case - Chem.Info

Bayelsa - Plot to Remove Sylva Thickens -

Siasia Alleges Sabotage, Regrets Osaze Mistake -

To Defend the Naira, CBN Floods Market With Dollars -

NDLEA to Apologise to Baba Suwe If Drug-Free -

Kanu: Nigeria must move on - ESPN

Women Hold Prayers Over Rape of Old Ladies At Enugu Community -

The Nation's Football Apocalypse -

One Million Barrels of Crude Smuggled Out Daily - Sen. Zannah -

Doctors Shut Hospitals in Anambra -

Nigeria braces for more extremist violence - GlobalPost

Enyimba, Sunshine Flops Blamed On Irregular League -

Former Governor Of Nigeria's Gombe State Charged With Money Laundering - Bernama

Sylva's Fate Hangs As PDP Sacks Bayelsa Chairman -

NFF Stays Action On Siasia - to Meet Suleiman, Representatives -

Abonnema Wharf - Port Harcourt's Dangerous Jetty -

Gunmen kidnap oil contractor from ship off Nigeria - USA Today

Goje, Three Others Remanded in SSS Custody -

Ogoni Killings - US Supreme Court to Rule in Suit Against Shell -

NIGERIA: Hope Springs Eternal - Strategy Page

Suspected Kidnappers of Mikel's Father Charged to Court -

Ship attacked at Exxon Nigerian oil platform - Reuters

Leave Siasia in Charge- SWAN Tells NFF -

Bankole's Trial - - Judge Set December 19 for Ruling On Keyamo -

Smartwork Establishes Workplace HIV Policy -

Intending Couples With AS Genotype Advised to Go for Other Partners -

Falcons Will Make Locals Smile - Chukwu -

Eneji Pained By Enyimba's Failure -

IGP Summons CID Heads Over Corruption -

Monday, October 17, 2011

Nigeria at 51: A prologue and the emerging actors - Nigerian Tribune

CBN adopts measures to control inflation - Vanguard

High Court to Hear Shell-Nigeria Rights Case - Wall Street Journal (blog)

Reasons Nigeria needs more broadband carriers - Daily Sun

'Nigeria lacks capacity to create value from petroleum' - The Nation

Nigeria charges seven with kidnap of Mikel Obi's father - AFP

Nigeria's Currency Gains as Bank's Dollar Offer Beats Demand - BusinessWeek

2 men found dead after arrest in central Nigeria - The Associated Press

2 Men Found Dead After Arrest in Central Nigeria - ABC News

High Court to Hear Shell-Nigeria Rights Case - Wall Street Journal

US court to hear Shell Nigeria human rights case - Reuters Africa

Nigerian unions warns president over fuel subsidy - Reuters Africa

Government Investment As Driver of Tourism -

2 men found dead hours after being held by soldiers in volatile central ... - Washington Post

Liberia - Prayer Warriors Intensify Efforts to Stave Off Another War -

Depositors Lose N187.23 Billion in Failed Banks -

Odemwingie puts Nigeria nightmare behind him - AFP

I Do Not Owe My Job to Jonathan, Says Siasia -

Why Governor Al-Makura Must Look Forward, Not Backward -

Nigeria's Boko Haram accused of killing MP Modu Bintube - BBC News

Workers' Spiky Engagement With Airtel -

Banks Lost N11.68 Billion to Fraud in 2009 - NDIC -

Why Siasia Failed as Eagles Coach - Lumumba -

God's Kingdom Society Celebrates Freedom Day -

Nigeria Gas Markets, 2011 - MarketWatch (press release)

Nigeria MP 'killed by Boko Haram' - BBC News

2012 - Guber Warfare in Jonathan's Home State -

A Second Look At the Prisoner Swap Bill -

Nigeria Oil Markets, 2011 - MarketWatch (press release)

Adamawa IPMAN Advises FG On Removal of Oil Subsidy -

Security Alert in Gombe As EFCC Arraigns Goje Today -

Aregbesola - in Osun, We're Doing What Nobody Else Has Done -

Tenure of Five Governors - Searchlight Beams On Supreme Court -

Osaze puts Nigeria nightmare behind - (blog)

The Liberian Elections -

Catholic Bishop Tasks Fayemi On Ekiti Roads -

NMA Says Fuel Subsidy Removal Not Solution to Country's Woes -

Gunmen Bomb Gombe Mopol Base, Four Dead -

Between Lastma, Judiciary and Imposition of Fines -

Okogie Warns FG Against Fuel Subsidy Removal -

Security - As Jonathan Considers Phone Tapping -

Cleric Demands Repair of Refineries Before Fuel Subsidy Removal -

More Trouble for Tattered Economy as Naira Slides Badly -

The Day of the Jackal -

Uproar Over 'Stolen' Patient at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital -

The sacrifice government and citizens must make - Vanguard

Why We're Still Holding Baba Suwe - Ndlea -

Nigeria/Morocco: We Lost Due to Fatigue - Enyimba Coach Abdul -

Morocco/We Were the Better Side - Wydad Coach Descatel -

Bomb kills 3 at northern Nigerian police base - Reuters Africa

African Markets - Factors to watch on Oct 17 - Reuters Africa

Pafpi Takes Breast Cancer Advocacy to Grassroots -

Standard Bank commits to Nigeria - Business Day

NIGERIA: Another Bad Weekend! - THISDAY Live

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Naira in the Eye of the Storm - THISDAY Live

Banking reforms will yield positive results -CBN gov - Vanguard

Eagles' job: Keshi's name rings a bell - Vanguard

Intercontinental is Access Bank's subsidiary - The Nation Newspaper

85% of Nigeria's urban populace lives in rented houses - Vanguard

Nigeria, Benin Republic initiate new security measure - Nigerian Tribune

Presidents of Benin, Nigeria discuss piracy - AFP

Nigeria's Access Bank completes Intercon takeover - Reuters India

Nigeria's coast 'threatened by shipwrecks' - BBC News

Four killed in serial blasts at Nigerian police barracks - AFP

More Nigerian gloom as Enyimba fail - AFP

Radical sect kills community official in Nigeria - CBS News

Radical sect kills community official in Nigeria - The Associated Press

Almajirai and the North's Future -

Nigeria comic Baba Suwe held in Lagos as drug suspect - AngolaPress

Bomb explosion hits Nigerian mobile police base, casualties feared - Xinhua

Uduaghan's Bond of Controversy -

NIGERIA: Terror agenda sparks debate on campuses - University World News

Demolition in Edo - Between Politics and Immorality -

Club Africain record huge advantage - (blog)

Nigerian baby factory raided - News24

Namadi Project - the Intrigues Behind the Hide and Seek Game -

Gollywood Frustrating Film Censorship in Country- Mba -

Why NFF Committee Voted for Foreign Coach -

Country Is a Banana Republic - Falana -

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Baba Suwe's First Excretion Has No Drug -NDLEA - Zimbabwe Telegraph

Jonathan - Why Fuel Subsidy Must Go -

Nigeria'll cease importing rice, fertilizer in 2014 –Aganga - Daily Sun

Samson Siasia on trial - Nigerian Tribune

“There are reasons for Boko Haram “ - Nigerian Tribune

Millions More Naira Needed to End Polio -

Nigeria, US To Strengthen Defence Ties - Leadership Newspapers

Radical sect kills policeman in north Nigeria - Sacramento Bee

Radical Sect Kills Policeman in North Nigeria - ABC News

Radical sect kills policeman in north Nigeria - San Jose Mercury News

Underwear Bomber Abdulmutallab Pleads Guilty, Ending Trial - San Francisco Chronicle

Radical sect kills prison guard in north Nigeria - eTaiwan News

Nigeria seeks US assistance in Military training - NEXT

Pirates release tanker, sailors seized off Nigeria - BusinessWeek

US to Expand Military Co-Operation With Abuja -

EFCC to Go After Eight More Ex-Governors, Ministers -

Delta State Commissioner, Others Nabbed Over Cocaine Possession -

CAN Endorses Country's Choir Festival -

CBN Restricts Dollar Sales to Foreign Firms -

Country to Stop Importing Rice By 2014 - Jonathan -

Legalising Prostitution - Women Give Ekweremadu Hard Knocks -

Baba Suwe's First Excretion Has No Drug -NDLEA -

Siasia - I'm Not Afraid of My Future -

NFF rubbishes Yobo talk -

Nigerian female professionals can overcome limitations — Oluremi Tinubu - The Nation Newspaper

We played with more passion — Oliseh - The Nation Newspaper

Checkoff Work in Nigeria Pays Big Dividends for US Wheat Growers - California Farmer

Checkoff Work in Nigeria Pays Big Dividends for US Wheat Growers - Michigan Farmer

Friday, October 14, 2011

Nigeria seeks EU support to end gas flares - Daily Sun

Drugs Agency Seizes Nigerian Comedian At Airport - NPR

Drugs Agency Seizes Nigerian Comedian at Airport - MyFox Tampa Bay

Drugs agency seizes Nigerian comedian at airport - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigeria/Morocco: Hopefully the Luck Is On Our Side - Enyimba Coach Emodi -

Nigeria naira to strengthen as cbank moves kick-in: Sanusi - Reuters Africa

Boko Haram Gunmen Kill Prison Guard - Huffington Post

Boko Haram in AQIM's inner circle - The Africa Report

Obj's Insatiable Appetite for Federal Funds -

Crew on tanker hijacked off Nigeria 'freed' - AFP

Protesters accuse Nigerian soldier of killing - Sydney Morning Herald

REFILE-UPDATE 2-Nigeria inflation rises despite cbank rate hikes - Reuters

Nigeria not so "super" these days - ESPN

Popular Nigeria Comedian Detained As Drug Suspect - Fox News

Pirates release tanker, sailors seized off Nigeria - CBS News

Checkoff Work in Nigeria Pays Big Dividends for U.S. Wheat Growers - Michigan Farmer

Nigeria Inflation Accelerates First Month in Four to 10.3% - BusinessWeek

2012 Nations Cup Failure - Day of the Long Knives -

Abdulmutallab - Yes, I'm Guilty -

Nigeria Inflation Accelerates First Month in Four to 10.3% - Bloomberg

Pirates release tanker, sailors seized off Nigeria - The Associated Press

Pirates release tanker, sailors seized off Nigeria - Sacramento Bee

Popular Nigeria comedian Baba Suwe detained at airport after drug screening - Washington Post

Checkoff Work in Nigeria Pays Big Dividends for U.S. Wheat Growers - Farm Futures

LGs Shoulder Last Attempt Against Polio Resurgence -

Nigerian jailed for enslaving women -

Blackberry Services 'Restored Worldwide' -

Tribunal Upholds Yakowa's Election -

Youths and Social Networking Obsession -

Sack Siasia Now, Aiyegbeni Blasts -

Checkoff Work in Nigeria Pays Big Dividends for U.S. Wheat Growers - Ohio Farmer

Nollywood Actor, Baba Suwe, in NDLEA's Net for Cocaine Trafficking -

No Plans to Build Refinery in Indonesia - NNPC -

Nigeria/Morocco: London 2012 Hosting - CAF Shocks Country Again -

Nigerian gets 11yrs for human trafficking - News24

6500 Citizens Studying in the US -

Court Grants Akala N500 Million Bail -

Mental Cases Get Free Treatment in Lagos -

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Nigerian Woman Bidemi Bello Sentenced for Human Trafficking - BET

7 Released After Arrests in Nigeria Newspaper Raid - ABC News

Protesters accuse Nigerian soldier of killing - KMPH Fox 26

Protesters accuse Nigerian soldier of killing - San Jose Mercury News

Protesters accuse Nigerian soldier of killing in rare demonstration against ... - Washington Post

Gwinnett woman sentenced to prison for enslaving Nigerian teens - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Minister Has Power to Stop Siasia's Sack -Adokiye -

Nigeria okays Abdumutallab's US trial - The Nation Newspaper

7 released after arrests in Nigeria newspaper raid - Boston Globe

7 released after arrests in Nigeria newspaper raid - San Francisco Chronicle

Naira Falls on Speculation Central Bank Can't Meet Dollar Demand - BusinessWeek

TB Cases Drop, but Progress Face Poor Funding -

Vitafoam Nigeria Gets IFC Loan to Expand in Sierra Leone - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's fx interbank mkt halts on dlr shortages - Reuters Africa

Mobile Number Portability Begins June 2012 - NCC -

Underwear Bomber, Abdulmutallab, Pleads Guilty -

Gbenga Daniel Docked, Remanded in EFCC Custody -

Security Beef Up in Obudu As President Jonathan Visits -

South Africa: Woolworths to Open Stores in Nigeria -

Crackdown On the Nation -

Nigeria coach Samson Siasia says he want to stay - BBC News

Intelligence, Panacea to Security Challenge - Police Minister -

Owner: 20 sailors on tanker seized off Nigeria - BusinessWeek

4 Nigeria newspaper reporters arrested over story - BusinessWeek

World Devt Report 2012 - Pushing for Global Gender Balance -

So Far, So Good for Anambra Youths -

Of Prophecies, Football and the Nigerian Condition -

Poor Use of School Libraries -

Pirates seize 20 sailors on tanker off Nigeria's coast – The Guardian - Nigerian Bulletin

Senate Probes N1.5 Trillion Fuel Subsidy Scam -

Sack Samson Siasia Today -

Abdulmutallab Pleads Guilty, Gets Sentence Next Year -

Blackout Bites Harder in Many States -

How Banks Tackle Environmental Degradation -

Soldier to Be Disciplined for Killing Phone Repairer -

Underwear Bomber' Pleads Guilty, Warns US -

Jonathan - FG to Stop Spending Money on Pilgrimage -

Blackberry Outage Enters Day Three -

Violence Against Women (I) -

Nigeria hold Ghana in purpoted fixed match - GhanaWeb

Nigeria records $51b half year inflow - The Nation

Woolworths plans new Nigeria stores - Business Day

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Nigeria lawmakers investigate $7.7 bln fuel subsidy - Reuters Africa

Guilty plea in underwear bomb plot - Washington Post

Of prophecies, football and the Nigerian condition - Vanguard

Revulsion over Nigeria rape video shows power of social media - Christian Science Monitor

Eagles' Nations Cup crash: Jonathan to chart way forward - The Nation Newspaper

Indigenous coaches best suited for Nigeria -Oliseh - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria faces violence born of deprivation and neglect - The Daily Star

German oil tanker seized off Nigeria - News24

Boko Haram Muslim Sect Attacks Nigerian Bank - Huffington Post

In Nigeria, Militancy Raises Specter of Civil War - World Politics Review

6 Nigeria newspaper reporters arrested over story - Boston Globe

Owner: 20 Sailors on Tanker Seized off Nigeria - ABC News

4 Nigeria newspaper reporters arrested over story - CBS News

Police: Nigeria sect kills officer, robs bank - The Associated Press

Owner: 20 Sailors on Tanker Captured by Pirates - Fox News

Nigeria's 3-Year Bond Yield Rises Most in at Least a Year - BusinessWeek

Owner: 20 Sailors on Tanker Captured by Pirates Off Nigeria - Fox News

Nigeria reporters 'faked letter from president' - BBC News

Nigeria's 3-Year Bond Yield Rises Most in at Least a Year - Bloomberg

6 Nigeria newspaper reporters arrested over story - Atlanta Journal Constitution

S.Africa's Woolworths sets up shop in Nigeria - Reuters

CPC Faults Buhari's Indictment Over Post-Election Violence -

2015 - Sambo Samples Atiku's Options -

EFCC Holds On to Ex-Governors -

Let Prostitution Remain Illegal -

Nigeria/Ghana: Super Eagles VS Black Stars Fail to Salvage Pride -

Jonathan Lobbies MPs to End Fuel Subsidy -

Super Eagles - Where Do We Go From Here? -

Owner: 20 sailors on tanker seized off Nigeria - The Associated Press

N20 Billion Scam - EFCC Arraigns Alao-Akala, Two Others -

Jonathan Calls for Unity Amongst Security Agencies -

Trial Begins for Abdulmutallab As FBI Foils Another Terror Plot -

Ghana, Nigeria draw 0-0 in friendly in England - BBC Sport

Tackling Infant, Maternal Mortality -

US Prosecutor - Abdulmutallab Wanted to Kill 300 People -

Ghana, Nigeria share the spoils - Ghana Broadcasting Corporation

4 Nigeria Newspaper Reporters Arrested Over Story - ABC News

Police raid Nigeria newspaper, arrest 4 journalists over story on presidential ... - Washington Post

'Eagles, Siasia Had No Reason to Fail' -

OPEC Crude Production Falls on Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, IEA Says - BusinessWeek

4 Nigeria newspaper reporters arrested over story - The Associated Press

4 Nigeria newspaper reporters arrested over story - Huffington Post

OPEC Crude Production Falls on Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, IEA Says - Bloomberg

Siasia Will Not Be Sacked - Minister -

How Desire for Change Caused Post-Poll Violence - Lemu Panel -

Pirates Hijack Tanker Off Country's Coast -

Nigeria, Kenya Buck Global Trend to Help Rescue Currencies - BusinessWeek

Only NFF can decide on Siasia – Oliseh -

Pirates hijack tanker off Nigerian coast: Report - Zee News

Nigeria, Kenya Buck Global Rate Trend to Help Rescue Currencies - BusinessWeek

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Prosecution portrays AbdulMutallab as grimly determined - CNN International

Prosecution portrarys AbdulMutallab as grimly determined - CNN

Nigeria, a nation at 51, is lucky - Attah - Nigerian Tribune

Ghana, Nigeria draw 0-0 in friendly in England - Fox News

Nigeria Arrests Three More Independence Day Car Bomb Suspects - BusinessWeek

Pirates seize tanker in Nigeria - BBC News

International Friendly: Ghana 0-0 Nigeria - GhanaWeb

Nigeria, Ghana duel ends goalless -

Nigeria Arrests Three More Independence Day Car Bomb Suspects - Bloomberg

Nigerian Leaders Gain Insights Into US Government, Society -

Nigeria, Kenya Buck Global Rate Trend to Help Rescue Currencies - Bloomberg

Cup of woe: Why have African football's giants fallen short? - CNN International (blog)

Nigeria's Odemwingie set for ankle surgery - AFP

Shell Nigeria hopes to resume normal production by November - AFP

The Nation Ranks 41 in Latest African Governance Assessment -

Jos Crisis - Genesis and Solution -

Army to Dismiss Any Soldier Involved in Armed Robbery, Kidnapping -

Pirates Seize Tanker off Nigerian Coast - Voice of America

Between Adamu, Doma and Al-Makura -

This NFF Board Must Resign - Orumen -

Jonathan Meets Expatriats in Ghana -

Eagles Failure - Blame Siasia, Players - Ikpeme -

Insecurity - What Hope for the Common Man? -

New Wage - 16 States Risk Bankruptcy, Says Report -

Nigeria Slips to 41st of 53 in Good Governance Rating - THISDAY Live

Boko Haram and Chukwumerije's Doctrine -

Shell aims to lift Nigeria Forcados force majeure - Reuters

Anxiety as EFCC Fails to Arraign Doma, Daniel, Alao-Akala -

Oil Subsidy Still a Myth -

Boko Haram - Be Firm With Security Arrangement, NBA Tells FG -

N52 Billion Fraud - EFCC Detains Goje -

Service of a Pharmacist in Any Pharmacy is Your Right - Ahmed Mora -

Siasia Should Take the Path of Honour - Babangida -

Another Blast Hits JTF Vehicle, Injures Four in Maiduguri -

Airtel Enslaving Workers - NLC -

FG Asks Airtel to Recall Sacked Workers -

Tanker ship, crew seized off Nigeria's coast - Forbes

Tanker Ship, Crew Seized Off Nigeria's Coast - NPR

Tanker Ship, Crew Seized off Nigeria's Coast - ABC News

Panel On Post-Election Slams CPC Leader -

Doma, Others to Spend More Days With EFCC -

Okonjo-Iweala Kicks NAFDAC, SON, Others Out of Ports -

'NFF Won't Take Hasty Decision On Siasia' -

Nigeria to shut down five power plants - ESI Africa

High Food Prices Continue--World Hunger Report -

Explosion Injures Three Soldiers in Maiduguri -

Cleft Lip - Hews Puts Smiles On Their Faces -

Nigeria Is Under A Yoke – Menakaya - Leadership Newspapers

Good Governance in Africa: Nigeria Takes One Step Backward - THISDAY Live

Over 100 Firms Bidding for PHCN - Dr Amadi, NERC Boss -

Plot to Oust Sylva Rages -

Jonathan Vs Buhari - PDP Closes Defence Today -

Monday, October 10, 2011

Nigeria/Zambia: Zambia Show Eagles the Way, Sack Coach -

Oil Trades Near Two-Week High on Supply Concerns, Equities Rally - BusinessWeek

Siasia Knows Fate Soon -

Nigeria Boosts Key Interest Rate to Record to Protect Naira - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Boosts Key Interest Rate to Record to Protect Naira - Bloomberg

Nigeria warned it risks revolution if anger unaddressed - AFP

Shell sets force Majeure on Nigeria Forcados crude - MarketWatch

Nigerian soldiers accused of abuses after bomb attack - AFP

Blast force: explosion at pipeline leads to Shell force majeure in Nigeria - Upstream Online

Ndigbo, Festus Eriye and the Limits of Sophistry -

CBAAC DG Celebrates 50th Anniversary -

Nigeria Raises Benchmark Rate to 12% to Help Boost Naira - BusinessWeek

Nigeria Raises Benchmark Rate to 12% to Help Boost Naira - Bloomberg

Ekweremadu, Igbo Presidency and All That -

Nigeria oil unions begin three-day warning strike over insecurity in Delta - Platts

Nigeria coach explains CAN exit, demands NFF quick action - Ahram Online

2015 - Sambo Disowns Presidential Campaign Plans -

Goje Hands Self Over to EFCC -

Sanusi May Raise Nigeria Rate Amid Pressure to Devalue Naira - BusinessWeek

Africa Cup: Nigeria , S. Africa mull over defeat - AFP

Nation Soon Import Fuel From Refineries in Chad, Niger -- Esele -

Why Jonathan Should Talk With Boko Haram - Bulama Mali Gubio -

Nigeria Vs Guinea - the Elements Will Decide! -

Sect wounds soldier in besieged north Nigeria city - Sacramento Bee

Nigeria won't progress while corruption is 'just the way it is' - The Guardian (blog)

Nation, Ghana to Strengthen Trade Relations -

In the Gang Rape Case - the Politics of Denial and Excuses -

Airtel Service Back, As Subscribers Call for Sanction -

EFCC Renews Onslaught On Ex-Governors -

Ex- ACN Aspirant Rates Oshiomhole Low -

Planned Arrest - Presidency Under Pressure Over Saraki, Ohakim -

Assault On the Nation's Conscience -

Assessing the PDP At 13 -

Sanusi May Raise Key Nigeria Rate Amid Pressure to Devalue Peg - Bloomberg

Blackout Looms As PHCN Shuts Five Power Stations -

'Oil Subsidy Removal' -

Subsidy Removal Will Fuel Insecurity - CNPP -

Adeyemi Advocates for FCT Journalists' Village -

Protesting Airtel Call Centre Staff to Resume Work -

Ethiopia, Nigeria leaders confer on continental concerns - Sudan Tribune

FG Set to Deal With Metal Scrap Thieves -

Abia - Imo Govt Set to Retaliate Action -

Sunday, October 09, 2011

Absu Gang Rape - Victim Agreed to Be Raped - Police -

Presidential Polls - Why Jonathan Can't Be Sacked, PDP Tells Court -

Offbeat Economy Thrives at Nigerian Fish Stand: Robert Neuwirth - BusinessWeek

The rising cost of violence - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria, Ghana may clash over stolen ship - Nigerian Tribune

Offbeat Economy Thrives at Nigerian Fish Stand: Robert Neuwirth - Bloomberg

Airtel Nigeria mobile outages hit 5 million - Vanguard

Nigeria crash out of Nations Cup - BBC Sport

Ghana/Nigeria friendly: Eagles land in London - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria, South Africa latest on African Cup absentee list - The Daily Star

Rwanda: NIgerian President in Key Trade Visit to Rwanda Seeks Trade Ties -

CAN 2012 qualifier: Nigerian fans rampage as Super Eagles flop - Afrique en Ligue

Bomb blast, shootings rock Nigerian violence city: police - AFP

Nigeria demand answers from coach over Nations Cup exit - BBC Sport

Nigeria coach asked to explain qualifying failure - Fox News

INEC - Four Jostle to Succeed Outgoing Secretary Kaugama -

Nigeria-Jonathan: My vision is to make ECOWAS one family - Afrique en Ligue

2012 Budget - House Will Ensure 99 Per Cent Implementation-Rep -

Insecurity - Namadi Sambo Asks Governors to Expose Perpetrators -

EFCC Declares Former Governor Goje Wanted -

Jonathan's Economic Crew - New Team, Old Thinking -

Nigeria/Guinea: Siasia Apologises for Nations Cup Exit -

EFCC Targets More Ex-Governors -

Before the Removal of Fuel Subsidies -

Akwa Ibom NLC Gives 21 Days to Review of New Minimum Wage Table -

Citizens to Stop Use of Generators Soon - FG -

Confessions of an Over Speeding Driver -

South-South Plans Summit to Tackle Education Decline -

Encouraging Business Growth Through Non-Interest Banking -

EFCC - No Plea Bargain for Ex-Governors -

Mutallab - Lawyer to Make Opening Statement Tuesday -

Big names miss out on 2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualification - CNN International

Saturday, October 08, 2011

Issues, Concerns, As Nigeria - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria coach apologises after Cup of Nations failure - Soccerway

Nigeria still not a flourishing democracy - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria, Ghana to strengthen trade relationships - The Nation Newspaper

structured to fail? - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria crashes out of African Cup - Fox News

Nigerian kidnappers free Saudi businessman - Arab News

Nigeria/Guinea: Fans Call for Siasia's Sack -

We'll shut down Nigeria–PENGASSAN, TUC - Daily Sun

Wingless Eagles: Nigeria crashes out of Nations Cup - Daily Sun

Nigeria, Cameroon and Sierra Leone in fishing projects - AFP

Mutallab: Nigerian juror sacked from trial - Vanguard

Veep calls on ECOWAS countries to team up against crime - GhanaWeb

Legal adviser blasts jury selection -

Can Jonathan Transform Nigeria? - Osun Defender

Nigeria out of 2012 Afcon - (blog)

Nigeria fail to qualify for ANC - ESPN

Nigerian juror dismissed from airline attack trial - Zee News

Nigeria fail to qualify for Africa Cup of Nations - Times of India

Nigeria out of Afcon - KickOff

Nigeria fail to qualify for African Cup -

Nigeria misses out on 2012 Cup of Nations - Fox News

Nigerian government says it is not afraid of Boko Haram -

Veep calls on ECOWAS countries to team up against crime - Ghana News Agency

Strike Worsens Plateau's Residents Condition -

More Troubles for Daniel As Ogha, Amosun May File More Petitions -

How Nigeria will qualify, even if Guinea win group - KickOff

Story Behind Zamfara's Oct. First Massacre -

Tribunal Orders Recounting of Ballots in Kaduna North -

Three ex-governors arrested in anti-graft war -

Tension in Enugu Over Murder of Three Cops -

EFCC Declares Goje Wanted Over N52 Billion Fraud -

Sack - Non-Indigenes Lament As Abia Compiles Lists - It's ... -

Nigerian Author Publishes New Relationship Book - PR Leap (press release)

Friday, October 07, 2011

Mutallab: Legal War Looms - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria vs Guinea: Make or mar - The Punch

Nigerian juror dismissed from airline attack trial - International News Network

Nigeria, Guinea not same class - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria approves UK prisoner deal - BBC News

Nigeria lower house approves Britain prisoner transfer - BBC News

Nigeria's Naira Gains Most in 2-Years on Foreign-Currency Rule - BusinessWeek

Another Nigerian ex-governor targeted in graft probe - AFP

Nigeria's Naira Gains Most in 2-Years on Foreign-Currency Rule - Bloomberg

10 die in northern Nigeria truck crash - News24

EFCC Arrests Daniel, Akala and Doma Over N101 Billion Fraud -

Nigeria/Guinea: Eagles Perfect Pattern for Guinea -

Nigerian Protesters Block 5 Million Phone Lines - The Root

FG, Governors Agree On Removal of Fuel Subsidy -

NIGERIA: Timeline of Boko Haram activity -

Nigeria Central Bank Bans Oil Groups From Buying Dollars - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Arik Air Revealed as Customer for Two Boeing 747-8 Intercontinentals - Airlines and Destinations

Nations Cup - Judgment Day for Giants -

Nigeria Vs Guinea:Mark Charges Eagles On Victory - Leadership Newspapers

10 die in northern Nigeria truck crash - The Associated Press

Boko Haraming Transformational Agenda -

The Nation's Juror Dismissed From Abdulmutallab's Trial -

Teachers Demand Separate Salary Structure -

Rwanda: Country, Nigeria Strengthen Ties -

House Probes N30 Billion ID Project -

House Summons Airtel Over Alleged Sack of Citizens -

Nigeria @ 51: Workers Deserve Better Wages – Wogu - Leadership Newspapers

Gates Foundation Urges Innovation in Vaccine Delivery -

Nollywood Heralding a Nollywood project - Afrique en Ligue

We Will Defeat Guinea On Saturday - Yobo -

The Confession of Mr President -

Mutallab - Nigerian Juror Sacked From Trial -

Obi Mikel refuses to pay Nigeria fine after emotional visit to father - Daily Mail

We Will Beat Guinea in Abuja- Siasia -

Guinea Arrive Nigeria - Nigerian Observer

Nations Cup qualifiers: Nigeria Vs Guinea:Mark Charges Eagles On Victory - Leadership Newspapers

Thursday, October 06, 2011

Nigeria's Arik Air Orders Two Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental's - Update - RTT News

Pepsi motivates Eagles with N50m bonus - The Nation Newspaper

miles away from the MDGs - The Nation Newspaper

How PDP changed Nigeria in 12 years- Alkali - Vanguard

Nigeria arrests three ex-governors for alleged fraud - BBC News

*Boko Haram, Islamized Nigeria…Really? Thank God! - Nigeria Master Web (blog)

Mikel refuses to pay Nigeria fine - Times of India

Nigeria, Rwanda sign air agreement, others - Daily Sun

Nigerian native dismissed from airline attack jury - Forbes

Mikel refuses to pay Nigeria fine - Africasia

Police kill 2 suspected sect members disarmed by tea shop customers in ... - Washington Post

Nigerian native dismissed from airline attack jury - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nigerian naira hits record low, cbank unveils new move - International Business Times

Nigerian juror dismissed from airline attack trial - Forbes

Nigerian juror dismissed from airline attack trial - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Heavyweights in danger of missing African Cup - Fox News

Juror dismissed from Detroit underwear bomb trial - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Juror dismissed from Detroit underwear bomb trial - Forbes

Nigeria's Homegrown Terrorists - Project Syndicate

Shoppers Help Police Disarm, Kill Two Suspected Boko Haram Members - Huffington Post

Yobo issues Nigerian rallying cry - Soccerway

Shoppers help Nigeria police disarm, kill 2 gunmen - The Associated Press

My Yar'Adua Dilemma, By Yayale -

Mobius Targets Infrastructure as Nigeria Sells Stakes - BusinessWeek

Nigerian protesters cut off 5 mln phone lines - AFP

Covenant Varsity Alumni Move to Support Schools, Prisons, Youth -

Nigeria's Naira Weakens to Lowest on Record Against the Dollar - BusinessWeek

Oil-rich Nigeria poised to end fuel subsidies - BusinessWeek

Nigeria's Naira Weakens to Lowest on Record Against the Dollar - Bloomberg

Airtel Nigeria mobile outages hit 5 million - Reuters

At 51 - Has This House Really Fallen? -

Cut Down On Foreign Trips, Ekiti PDP Counsels Fayemi -

World Teachers' Day in Ekiti Ends in Fracas -

Govt Mum On FEC Meeting As Jonathan Jets Out -

Orji's Message to Engineers -

Taiwo - Nations Cup Ticket in Our Hand -

Microsoft Recognizes Teachers, School Leaders -

Outrage Over Fuel Subsidy Removal -

Chime's Aide Urges Participation in American Visa Lottery -

Adenuga Presents N150 Million Cheque to UNN -

NASU Begins Nationwide Strike -

Airtel Network Down As Workers Protest Rages -

One Killed in Fresh Jos Attack -

NIGERIA: No Talking, Just Death Match - Strategy Page

National Council On Environment and Climate Change Challenge -

Nigerian President Leaves For Kigali To Begin Three-nation Tour - Bernama

US is Cancer, Abdulmutallab Tells Court -

Shell Oil Nigeria Accused of Funding 'Terrible Violence' - Environment News Service

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Nigeria's oil production fell by 80000 barrels in September - BusinessDay

Fight against terror: Saudi govt offers to assist Nigeria - Vanguard

Sack: Reps order reinstatement of 3000 Nigerian workers in Airtel - Vanguard

Final jury pool settled in underwear bomb case - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mobius Says High Demand to Benefit Nigerian Investments - Washington Post

Nigeria′s Independence: An Interview with Solo Nnanna - (blog)

Final jury pool takes shape in underwear bomb case - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jamb and Local Universities -

Nigeria midfielder Mikel fined for late arrival - Fox News

Final jury pool takes shape in underwear bomb case - San Francisco Chronicle

Protesters Defy Rain, Vow to Resist Return of LG Chairman in Somolu -

Nema Clears Air On 1 Million IDPs in Bauchi Camps -

Jonathan Assures Health Workers of Improved Welfare -

Amnesty International, UN Disagree With Rivers Over Waterfront ... -

Nigeria Moves to End Fuel Subsidy, Raise Spending by 7% - BusinessWeek

SA, Nigeria to use space technology to benefit Africans - Creamer Media's Engineering News

Palestinian Statehood: Nigeria mum on voting preference - Vanguard

Nigeria Moves to End Fuel Subsidy, Raise Spending by 7% - Bloomberg

Jonathan's Admission of Inefficiency -

Appeal court dismisses case against Akpabio - Nigerian Tribune

Casualisation - Workers Threaten to Shutdown Airtel Service -

Reactions Trail Katsina Tribunal Verdict -

Wangari Maathai - the Exit of an Amazon -

FG Sacks Three Aviation Chiefs -

Naira Heads for Record Low; Nigeria Budget Expects Weak Currency - BusinessWeek

Editorial Mischief and NDA Award -

Respect people's will, Akpabio charges politicians - Nigerian Tribune

Naira Heads for Record Low; Nigeria Budget Expects Weak Currency - Bloomberg

Falcons - Peters, Odeh Fault Dede's Invitation -

Boko Haram Insists On Release of Members Before Dialogue -

Nigeria fine Mikel for lateness - BBC News

Don't Let PIB Die -

FG Set to Rebuild UN House -

Government Sacks Three Aviation Chiefs -

Japan Offers to Train Math, Science Teachers -

N11 Million Police Salaries Miss in Bank -

Our March Against ABSU 5 Today -

Camara leads Guinea to Nigeria - KickOff

Three Locals Killed in Libya -

Boko Haram Syndrome - the Way Forward -

Nigeria to end fuel subsidies, up capital spending - Reuters UK

Eagles go for broke - BusinessDay

Bill Gates Dangles US$5 Million for Govs Who End Polio -

Why I Hate Journalists, By Suntai -

Ondo College Lecturers Threaten to Go On Strike -

Police Probe Allegation of Man Turning Into 'Motorbike' in Gboko -

Nation's Security at 51 - Should Soldiers Come to the Rescue? -

Jonathan Leaves for Rwanda, Ethiopia, Ghana -

Siasia Replies Titi Camara -

Ecowas Defence Chiefs Meet Over Boko Haram -

Defiant Muttallab Calls US 'A Cancer' -

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

I'll build strong institutions -Jonathan •To launch job creation scheme - Nigerian Tribune

51 Years of Imbecility -

ENI says pipeline sabotaged in Nigeria - AFP

Praised Nigerian vote chief to head observer team in Liberia - AFP

Guinea: 'All pressure on Nigeria' - BBC News

Nigeria to focus on security reform during UN Council presidency - NEXT

FG Intensifies Investment Drive in US -

Airtel Nigeria Closes Call Centres After Ex-Workers Make Threats - BusinessWeek

Airtel Nigeria Closes Call Centres After Ex-Workers Make Threats - Bloomberg

NAFDAC Takes Fight Against Counterfeit Drugs to Idiroko Border -

Corruption, Bane of Development of the Country -

Zamfara Celebrates 12 Years of Shari'ah -

FG - New ID Card Project to Advance Development -

Eagles Players Trickle Into Camp -

Workers Shut Down Airtel Call Centres -

2011 Hajj - First Batch of Pilgrims Take Off to Saudi Arabia -

Trial of Abdulmutalab, Failed Bomber Begins -

The Need For Nigeria To Redefine Her Foreign Policy At 51 - Osun Defender

Eucharia Reads Riot Act to Falcons - It's Now or Never! -

Nobel Winner Dies Before Announcement -

Controversy in Bayelsa Over Extra-Judicial Killings -

33 Varsities Qualify for Institutional Accreditation -

There's hope for Nigeria, says Oshiomhole - Vanguard

Uncertainty for Sylva -

Boko Haram Strikes Again -

Hajji - Aregbesola Tasks Osun Pilgrims On Good Conduct -

11 Die in Yobe Auto Crash -

Yuguda Condoles With Dankwambo Over Auto Crash -

Eagles Begin Training Today -

The Dangers of Living Your Own Propaganda -

'100 Percent Cassava Bread Is Possible' -

Hajj Airlift Begins, to End Oct 29 -

Wydad Halts Enyimba's Super Run -

NCC Seals ISP Over Illegal Spectrum Usage -

Sony Ericsson to Introduce Xperia Smartphones -

DPP Advocates Two-Party System, Says It Will Eradicate Rigging -

13 ANPP Witnesses Testify Amidst Tension in Zamfara -

Nigeria at 51: We Have Fallen Short, says CAN - P.M. News

Oil production threatened as gunmen attack pipeline - BusinessDay

New Research Reveals Shell Paid Militants Who Destroyed Local Towns -

Benin: Tanker Targeted Off Country In Latest W.African Pirate Attack -

7 held over killings in Nigeria village - News24

NIGERIA V GUINEA Eagles train today amidst tight security - The Nation Newspaper

Rwanda: Nigeria's President Jonathan Expected Tomorrow -

Shell Accused of Funding Clashes, Armed Gangs -

Monday, October 03, 2011

Nigeria at 51: security remains major challenge - Daily Sun

Rethinking the Atomic Power Project -

Nigerian Breweries acquires Sona Systems, Life Breweries - Vanguard

Tanker targeted off Benin in latest W.African pirate attack - AFP

Seven arrested over killings in Nigeria village: official - AFP

Pirates Are Taking Their Successful Business Model To New Markets - Business Insider

Tanker targeted off Benin in latest W.African pirate attack - MSN Philippines News

Shell fuelled human rights abuses in Nigeria - NGO - Reuters

20 Years of North-West State Called Kebbi -

How Nasarawa Lawmakers Nearly Edged Themselves Out of Office -

How 'Mobile Money' Will Boost Nigerian Economy -

Nigeria Pursuing Link Between Al-Qaida, Boko Haram - Voice of America

Pirates rob chemical tanker off the coast of Benin amid mounting piracy ... - Washington Post

Uche Reads Riot Act to Falcons -

Pirates Rob Tanker off West African Coast - ABC News

At Least 25 Killed in Weekend Attacks - International Business Times

11 die in north Nigeria truck crash - Forbes

Truck crash kills 11 in north Nigeria, days after another truck crash killed ... - Washington Post

Nigeria Launches First African-Built Satellite - Voice of America

The Country at 51 - What We Need Now Are Assurances -

NB PLC Acquires Sona, Life Breweries -

Guest post: In Nigeria's oil sector, uncertainty rules - Financial Times (blog)

Shell linked to Nigerian military payments - Sydney Morning Herald

Akwa Ibom's Cinderella story - Vanguard

Don't Despair, Okorocha Tells Countrymen -

Sailor abducted off ship supplying Nigeria oil rig - Forbes

Waste Management Gets Boosts With Treatment Plant in Lagos -

UPDATE 1-Eni pipeline damaged in Nigeria, no force majeure - Reuters

No Extra Winning Bonus for Eagles, Says NFF -

Palestine Statehood - Why State's Vote Counts -

Gunmen Murder 19 Villagers in Zamfara -

NCC Seals Cobranet Offices -

Need to Re-Define Nation's Foreign Policy -

Empowering Youths Through Entrepreneurship -

We Do Not Have the Right Leadership - Dr. Ayu -

Labour Party - FG Has Elevated Insecurity -

Onyebuchi - FG Can't Ban Foreign Medical Treatment -

Nigerian envoy assails Korea over deportations - Korea Times

House to Probe Banks' Nationalisation, Recapitalisation -

NASU Begins Warning Strike Today -

Ekweremadu - Security Threats Won't Divide State -

Airtel Launches New Packages for Postpaid Subscribers -

NLC Cautions FG Against Creation of More States -

We have fallen short, says opposition ACN - Afrique en Ligue

Reforming the National Judicial Council -

We Lack the Adminstrative Ability to Run Sports - Minister -

Nigerian arrested for selling drugs -

So Far, So What? -

Sunday, October 02, 2011

Oil Price Heads for Biggest Quarterly Drop Since 2008 -

Why SMEs should explore Nigerian oil and gas sector - BusinessDay

Nigeria @ 51: Past leaders not fair to Nigerians — Ekiti Speaker - Nigerian Tribune

Shell oil paid Nigerian military to put down protests, court documents show - The Guardian

NHPC Ltd to partner Africa's Dangote Industries for Nigeria buys - Economic Times

Gunmen kill 19 in Nigeria village - BBC News

Nigeria@51 - Birthdays Mark the Time Between the Past & the Future - Huffington Post (blog)

Gunmen kill 18 in northwest Nigerian village - Reuters

Nigeria silent on Palestinian UN bid - Ynetnews

At Least 18 Killed in Nigeria Village Assault - Voice of America

Nigeria shies on Palestinian UN bid - Ynetnews

Nigeria celebrates first of its kind independence day celebration - NEXT

Judiciary: Challenges, way forward as Nigeria clocks 51 - NEXT

Gunmen Attack Nigerian Village, Killing 19 People - Fox News

19 killed in communal clashes in northwest Nigeria - Seattle Post Intelligencer

Reach Out Christ Embassy Donates Borehole To Community - Nigerian Observer

At Least 18 Killed in Nigeria Village Assault - Voice of America (blog)

19 killed in communal clashes in north Nigeria - Forbes

All eyes on Bosnia, Gabon, Nigeria - News24

Leaders Raise Hope As Country Clocks 51 -

Jonathan Salutes Country's Spirit -

Bomb blast, shootout in north Nigerian city - AFP

INEC Promises Level Playing Ground in Future Polls -

Ajimobi - I'll Return Oyo to Path of Development -

Odemwingie, Yakubu Sink Deeper With West Brom, Blackburn -

Jonathan to Meet With Governors Over SWF -

EFCC Gets Fiat to Try Four Ex-Governors -

State Will Overcome, Say Gowon, Shagari, Ukiwe -

Security Cordon Dampens Independence Celebration -

No Alternative to Civil Rule - Latinwo -

Presidential Poll - Jonathan Continues Defence October 4 -

Palestine: US seeks Nigeria's support – The Punch - Nigerian Bulletin

MEND, Boko Haram Ruin Independence Anniversary Celebrations -

Nigeria's Stock Index Heads for Worst Quarter in Almost 3 Years - Bloomberg

Saturday, October 01, 2011

Witness: Nigeria sect kills 2 at wedding with bomb - Boston Globe

Nigeria at 51 - The Nation Newspaper

Nigeria @ 51 'Let's mourn to attract God's mercy' - Nigerian Tribune

Bosnia, Gabon, Nigeria to decide Palestinian fate at UN - Montreal Gazette

Pursuit of Transformation: President Jonathan's burden - Vanguard

A new banking era after Sept 30 - Vanguard

Super Eagles second encounter with Syli Stars of Guinea - The Nation Newspaper

Nigerian Sports At 51: Still In Search Of Enabling Environment - Nigerian Tribune

Nigeria@ 51:Jonathan worst President ever–Balarabe Musa - Daily Sun

Nigeria can never disintegrate -Yakasai - Nigerian Tribune

Separatists held and freed in southeast Nigeria - Sacramento Bee

Sailor abducted off ship supplying Nigeria oil rig - BusinessWeek

Nigeria to Battle Infiltration by 'Violent' Foreign Groups - Bloomberg

Nigeria celebrates independence amid bomb fears - Boston Globe

Nigeria celebrates independence amid bomb fears - The Associated Press

Nigeria registers mobile phones in government push - eTaiwan News

Tinubu and Mystique of the Generalissimo -

Nigeria celebrates a low-key independence anniversary ceremony amid bombings ... - Washington Post

The Next 49 Years -

Nigeria president vows security on independence day - AFP

Nigeria At 51: End Era Of Lamentation, Tambuwal Urges Nigerians - Leadership Newspapers

Nigeria @ 51: Jonathan Restates Commitment Th… - The Streetjournal

Friday, September 30, 2011

Nigeria is a pathetic story – Uko - Vanguard

There's hope for Nigeria, says Tinubu - The Nation Newspaper

This Is Not Nigeria Of Our Dream - Labour - Nigerian Tribune

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