Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for February 2008

Thursday, February 28, 2008

US ambassador denies Bush avoided Nigeria (

Four die, 200 hospitalised after food poisoning in Nigeria (

Technical chief Peters takes temporary charge of Nigeria (TODAYonline)

Technical chief Peters takes temporary charge of Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Oil rises above $100 on weak dollar, Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

29-02-2008: Oil rises towards US$102 on weak dollar, Nigeria (The Edge Daily)

President Yar'Adua Seeks Strategic Partnership With China (

Crude rises above $101 on Nigeria shutdown, weak dollar (Market Watch)

Chevron, Total et al Prepare to Dive into Usan Project Offshore Nigeria (Rigzone)

Nigeria Brass Crude Output Cut After Attack (Rigzone)

Oil rises above $100 on weak dollar, Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

Unilorin 49 - ASUU Seeks Citizens' Intervention (

Boxers Camp for Qualifying Tourney (

No oil outage at Brass in Nigeria - operator Agip (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Country Committed to Peace in Africa, Says Mark (

CBN Donates 26 Armoured Vehicles to Police (

No oil outage at Brass in Nigeria - operator Agip (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

NERC Partners Israel On Power (

FG Promises to Secure Trawler Owners (

Leaders Tasked On Economic Challenges (

China welcomes president of oil-rich Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Igu Aro Festival - MTN Plays the Lead to Re-Awake Ndigbo Culture (

Nigeria President Meets Hu As China Continues Africa Courtship AFP (Nasdaq)

Eagles' Job - NFA Bends Towards Amodu, Siasia (

I've No Godfather in NFA - Obuh (

Nordica Brings Assisted Reproduction Closer to Lagosians (

Nigeria Committed to Peace in Africa, Says Mark (This Day)

Strike Balance Between Savings, Spending, IMF Tells Nigeria (This Day)

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Nexen Announces Development Approval for the Usan Project, Offshore Nigeria (Marketwire via Yahoo! Finance)

IMF boss cautions Nigeria on oil windfall (

Amnesty International Exposes Appalling Failure (Amnesty International)

Nigeria 'wasted' 30 years of oil income: IMF chief (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Celtel Rides On Jinny to Deliver Ringback Tones (

First Bank Fetes Kolade, 15 Others (

Country's Crude Output Down By 100kbv in January (

Total's Usan Field to Pump First Oil By 2011 (

Operators Demand Stable Fiscal Environment for Oil Sector (

Pensioners Want 17 Months Arrears Paid (

Tribunal Adjourns Ruling On Ajimobi's Petition Against Akala (

FCT ANPP Recalls Suspended Members (

Eagles Job - Siasia Set to Floor Keshi, Others (

I'll Defeat Audu Again, Says Idris (

AKTP, Yabatech Partner on Research, Development (

EU Boosts Nigeria's Anti-Graft Efforts With $30m (

Fitch Ratings Arrives in Country Next Week (

Nerc And the Quest for Energy Boost (

Between Freedom, Economic Opportunities And Prosperity (

Trans-Saharan Gas Pipe To Cost $13 Billion, Start In 2015 (Nasdaq)

Prisons - A Conveyor Belt of Injustice - Amnesty International (

NIEPA Trains French Village Management (

Admiral Trains 2,000 Agric Extension Workers (

Rotary Commits $650m to Polio Eradication (

Tribunal Judgment - No Surprises (

No Hiding Place for Diseases (

SKorea's Hyundai says it wins 1.6 bln dlr deal in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Singapore News)

Microsoft Thinks Yar'Adua's 7-Point Agenda in Country Project (

Standard And Poors Begins Review of Reform Programme (

Country Sets Aside Gas for Trans Saharan Project (

Battle Shifts to Supreme Court (

SKorea's Hyundai says it wins 1.6 bln dlr deal in Nigeria (TODAYonline)

SKorea's Hyundai says it wins 1.6 bln dlr deal in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Dispute over elections in Nigeria stay peaceful (Daily Vidette)

World Bank Donates N21.24bn to Fed Tertiary Institutions (


Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Nigeria Football Association to decide on coaching job (People's Daily)

Hyundai Heavy wins $1.5 bln deal in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

Hull midfielder Okocha blames Vogts for Nigeria’s flop in African Nations Cup (The Star)

EU Boosts Nigeria’s Anti-graft Efforts with $30m (This Day)

Fitch Ratings Arrives Nigeria Next Week (This Day)

Nigeria Pres Yar'Adua Leaves For State Visit To China -Radio (INO News)

Media Debt - Reprieve On the Way, As Apcon Records Progress (

WHO Calls for Transparency (

Health Insurance Scheme to Cascade Into Private Sector (

Setraco to Commission Headquarters Soon (

AP Moller Invests $235m in Ports (

Oando Acquires 49 Percent Stake in Shell Oil Blocks (

Benue Settles Rift With Coy Over Breakage of Water Pipes (

Anti-Poverty NGO Presents Vehicles' to Partners (

Nigeria court upholds Yar'Adua electoral victory (AFP via Yahoo! Singapore News)

Judgement Day for 'Mr. Rule of Law' (

Prison System Report (

President Yar'Adua's Election Upheld (

Nigeria court upholds Yar'Adua electoral victory (TODAYonline)

Nigeria court upholds Yar'Adua electoral victory (AFP via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Nigeria Accused of Violating Prisoners' Rights (Voice of America)

Today is D-Day for Yar'Adua, 3 Govs (

Nigeria Tribunal Upholds Presidential Election (Voice of America)

Gunmen kidnap three in Nigeria oil hub: army (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria court upholds Yar'Adua electoral victory (AFP via Yahoo! News)


Nigeria court dismisses first suit against Yar'Adua win (AFP via Yahoo! News)

42 Wrestlers in Camp for Olympic Qualification (

CBN Opens Branch Office in Awka (

NAPEP, Intercontinental Bank Forge Partnership Against Poverty (

Daniel Condoles With Yewa Over Death of Royal Father (

FG May Compel Private Sector to Join Insurance Scheme (

Oando Favoured for Shell's N75bn Oil Blocs (

Oando Acquires 2 Shell Oil Blocks for $625m (

Criminal justice system utterly failing Nigerian people; majority of inmates not convicted of any crime (Amnesty International)

Healthcare Uncoordinated - DG WHO (

NNPC Endorses First Biofuel Refinery in Country (

Sudan Conflict - Country to Initiate Peace Proposals (

Sports Minister to Watch Samuel Peters' Bout (

Insurers Move to Check Building Collapse (

Nigeria's president to know his fate today (SABC News)

IMF Boss Visits Country (

Nigeria's justice system 'broken' (News 24 South Africa)

Keshi Gives NFA Conditions for Eagles Job (

Geometric Power buys GE gas turbines for Nigeria power plant (Energy Business Review)

Monday, February 25, 2008

Nigeria election verdict expected (BBC News)

NNPC Endorses First Biofuel Refinery in Nigeria (This Day)

Chad- Sudan Conflict: Nigeria to Initiate Peace Proposals (This Day)

Report: Nigeria's justice system broken (AP via Yahoo! News)

Mart et al Marching Forward with Umusadege Onshore Nigeria (Rigzone)

ExxonMobil Helps Launch Malaria Prevention Program in Nigeria (Centre Daily Times)

ExxonMobil Helps Launch Malaria Prevention Program in Nigeria (

ExxonMobil Helps Launch Malaria Prevention Program in Nigeria (wallstreet:online AG)

Falcons Inch Closer to Equatorial Guinea (

Leadership Conference Now to Hold March 4-5 (

Islamic Firm Goes Public With Halal Fund (

Harmattan Hits Hard On Dutse (

Nitel - NLC Demands Probe of Alleged Assets-Stripping (

Oando Buys Two Shell Nigeria Blocks For $625.7 Million (Rigzone)

Non-Oil Sector - 50 Years of Neglect (

Chad: Nigeria Will Initiate Peace Proposals for Conflict - President Yar'Adua (

Panel Overturns Nigeria Governor Election In Abia State-Radio (Nasdaq)

Tourist toilets clean up Nigeria (BBC News)

NTDC Determined to Make Tourists' Destination of Choice (

IMF Boss Arrives Tomorrow, Meets Yar'Adua (

Starcomms Hits 1m Subscriber Base (

Kabbah Commends Country Over Ecomog (

Miss Tourism Outlines Plan (

Don Tasks FG On Terminally Ill Patients (

Nigeria recall Anichebe (BBC News)

Abacha and Obasanjo's Hypocrisy (

Ohakim's Mall and a Voodoo Development (

IMF and the Skewed Economy (

China firms quit bids for Shell block in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Chad Crisis - ACF Warns on Food Shortage, Insecurity (

De-Industrialising Northern Region (

Itemuagbor Tasks Senate On Adenuga (

I Have No Confidence in INEC Chairman, Says ANPP BOT Chairman (

Nigeria football bosses to name Vogts' replacement Thursday (AFP via Yahoo! News)

NFA: Nigeria will meet FIFA's requirements (People's Daily)

ANPP Calls for Electoral Offences Commission (

Kogi Election - Audu Wants Idris Disqualified Over Certificate (

Turai Yar'Adua Commends Mod On Usdod, HIV Programme (

Yar'Adua - As Judgement Day Cometh (

FG, Transcorp Agree On NITEL Sale (

Debt - FAAN Asks Government Agencies to Pay Up (

IMF New MD to Visit Country (

YSFON Gets New Matron (

Virgin Loses Bid to Stay At Mmia (

Don't Succumb to Pressure, Buhari Urges Judges (

Nervous Calm in Warri as Trigger-Happy Police Corporal Kills Sergeant (

Democratic Lawyers Support Bearing of Arms By NSCDC (

Macmillan Reiterates Commitment to Promoting Reading Culture (

Help From Abroad for the Physically Challenged (

Lagos Polo - Titan Wins Open Cup Title (

President Yar'Adua Receives WHO D-G (

After Amstel Commercial, I No Longer Want to Do Every Local Movie- Dakore (

Born Irish, but With Illegal Parents (New York Times)

A Battle of Legal Briefs Rages Over ?07 Nigerian Vote (New York Times)

Africa's Fraudulent Elections - A Non-Violent Alternative (Atiku Abubakar) (

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Tribunal Sacks Senate President (

National Assembly Mediates Firs, Police Row Over N.713bn Tax (

Raila Tries to Involve Nigeria in Talks (

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Nigeria fury at Moyes comments (BBC News)

‘Tourism in Nigeria is an Orphan’ (This Day)

Ijaw group demands two more states in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Tension in Makurdi (

Local cancer survivor to share story in Nigeria (The Times of Northwest Indiana)

Nigeria Government, Transcorp Agree To Bring In New NITEL Investor (Nasdaq)

Butte to (The Montana Standard)

Local cancer survivor to share story in Nigeria (Northwest Indiana Times)

Friday, February 22, 2008

IMF New MD to Visit Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria’s Oando buys Shell assets (Financial Times)

Country to Host International Cricket Tourney (

CBN Sacks 10 Over N400m Fraud (

PAN Introduces Four New Products (

NFA, Vogts Battle Over $1.4m Compensation (

Former Coaches' Boss Wants Eagles' Job Advertised (

Russia's UC RusAl launches aluminum plant in Nigeria (Russian Information Agency Novosti)

Eni Worker in Nigeria Set Free, in Good Health (Rigzone)

VP Commissions Alscon Today (

NACA's HIV Report (

Buildings Collapse - Coren Launches Monitoring Body (

Country Not Ripe for Total Removal of Immunity Clause - Adesina (

Amosun's Petition - Appeal Court Reserves Judgment (

N American Airlines Halts Nigeria, Ghana, Guyana Routes - AFP (Nasdaq)

Uba Vs Obi - Okonkwo Drags Supreme Court Justices to Court (

Imo Assembly Summons DG, Others on Sale of Expired Rice (

Visafone Rolls Out in 12 States (

Judgment On Tuesday (

Soludo Lauds Banking Reform As Foreign Reserves Hit $56.13 Bn (

Leadership Conference Shifted By 24 Hours (

Immigration Launches E-Passport in Ilorin (

MWeb Nigeria Launches SSP (

National Industrial Court Begins Sitting in Kano (

Insecurity in Country Exaggerated - Minister (

NBA Star Brings Internet Travel Portal to Country (

'Shell Has Great Roles in Nigeria's Development' (

U.S.-Based Country Institute Applauds Yar'Adua (

Amiesimaka Wants Lulu, Others to Resign (

CBN Sacks 10 Over N400mfraud (

Out of 5, FIFA Picks One! (

Senate's Call - Another Grandstanding in Our Sports? (

I'm the El-Salvador of Football (

Who Pledges Support for Polio Eradication (

Agro Processing is Difficult in Country, Olam (

ANPP is One in Niger - Takuma (

We Are Not Yet On Strike - Medical Association (

UNPP Chairman Wants Immunity for President Retained (

Presidential Poll - HDP Wants NASS, Kutigi to Set Up Panel (

NUJ Passes Vote of No Confidence On Desert Herald (

Servicom Donates Intervention Materials to Immigration (

Eurofinance to Assist Treasury Market (

NIGERIA “NOT A WAR ZONE” (Maritime Global Net)

Northern Region - Below the Horizon (

Plague Looms in Niger Delta (

Okah Alive-Police (

Anti-Graft Group Seeks Support for Agencies (

Presidential Election - Tribunal to Rule on Tuesday (

US-Based Nigeria Institute Applauds Yar’Adua (This Day)

Berti Vogts has stepped down as coach of Nigeria (Daily Mirror)

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Nigeria's German coach Vogts resigns under pressure (People's Daily)

Nigeria gears up for second NWACC tourney (People's Daily)

Nigeria Eagles' German Coach Vogts quits (People's Daily)

Ghana/Nigeria 2009 Officials Confers With Ghana 2008 LOC (

Nigeria will act on Fifa warnings (BBC News)

Man IPP Gulps N25b, Gives 2011 (

U.S. Embassy Begins Independence Celebrations Today (

LG Electronics Opens Service Centre (

Union Frowns at Sale of Airports to Issue 21-Day Strike Notice (

MMA2 - Arik Threatens to Shut Down Operations (

Nigeria remains tough on gas flaring (UPI)

Aviation Union Frowns at Airports' Sale (

News blackout on Nigeria oil rebel raises tensions (AlertNet)

I Will Pursue My Case to the End - Buhari (

Minister Tasks NESCN Stakeholders On Quality Education (

Why I Quit Eagles Job - Vogts (

Again, Audu Drags Idris to Court (

Our Business Dealings With Ibori Clean - Chevron (

Nigeria Pwr Sector Reform Report Submitted To President (Nasdaq)

Nigeria calling (The Budapest Sun)

PDP is Waiting for Anyim, Says Bayelsa Deputy Governor (

Sultan, CAN Task Yar'Adua On Corruption (

Inflation Rate Increases to 8.6 Percent in January (

Federal Character Principle - Who's the Culprit? (

Savannah Bank And the CBN (

We Pay our Bills Promptly, Says Virgin Nigeria (This Day)

MMA2: Arik Threatens to Shut Down Nigeria Operations (This Day)

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Berti Vogts quits after row with Nigeria's Lulu (Daily Telegraph)

Vogts in Nigeria exit after fresh row (Independent)

Total Nigeria Usan Project to Deliver First Oil By 2011 (Rigzone)

Nigeria 2009 officials confers with Ghana 2008 LOC (

Nigeria, SA strengthen business cooperation (

SA, Nigeria strengthen business cooperation (SABC News)

Nigeria coach Vogts steps down (Daily Mail)

Vogts resigns as coach of Nigeria (

Vogts quits as Nigeria boss (FIFA)

Eni's Agip Says Oil Worker Kidnapped in Nigeria (Rigzone)

Vogts quits as Nigeria coach (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Sport)

FG to Partner Indonesia On Agricultural Development (

Vogts quits as Nigeria coach (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

Vogts resigns as Nigeria coach after clashes with FA (Sports Illustrated)

WellDynamics Installs First SmartWell Intelligent Completion in Agbami Field, Offshore Nigeria (Centre Daily Times)

Berti Vogts ends Nigeria reign (BBC News)

Nirec Pledges to Reduce Religious Crisis (

Chevron Launches Learning Centers in Country (

As Smedan Trains Nafowa, Youths (

Group Calls for Support to NSCDC (

FG Underfunds Joint Ventures By N625bn - Shell Boss (

British Council, Youth Alliance Partners on Democracy Learning (

NFA, Nfl Clash Again (

ATCON Rests Nicomm, Unveils Combit Expo (

FIFA Considers Artificial Turf for Nigeria'09 (

'Revoking Sale Will Adversely Affect Economic Reform Programmes' (

'Shell Has Great Roles in Country's Development' (

Deserved Honour for Skilled Entrepreneur (

Iyabo-Gate - Court Rules On Charge Against M. Schneider Director Today (

Ibru - I'm Being Persecuted, Says Bamaiyi (

CDMA Ops Draw Battle Line With Dual-Sim Technology (

Local Content - Sub-Sea7 Partners Amazon Energy (

Yar'Adua - We Must Hit 6,000mw Next Year (

Nigeria Special: Modern Highlife Afro-Sounds and Nigerian Blues 1970-6 (Baltimore City Paper)

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

MEND leader reportedly killed, Nigeria armed group says (AFP via Yahoo! Singapore News)

MEND leader reportedly killed, Nigeria armed group says (AFP via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Nigeria Drafting New Petroleum Bill to Reverse 'Stunted Growth' (Rigzone)

Nigeria President Creates Task Force To End Power Shortage Report (Nasdaq)

Fears Over Okah, Mend Leader's Health (

Nigeria official denies MEND leader killed in custody (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Why I Dumped ANPP - Party Chieftain (

Power cuts 'embarrass' Nigeria (BBC News)

Nigeria denies death of oil delta rebel leader (AlertNet)

MEND leader reportedly killed, Nigeria armed group says (AFP via Yahoo!7 News)

MEND leader reportedly killed, Nigeria armed group says (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Olam Boss Tasks Senate Committee on Export Grants (

President Yar'Adua Orders Task-Force to Deliver 6000 Additional Megawatts Within 18 Months (

Shell repairs Nigeria pipeline (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Old Students Support Iwanyanwu for PDP Chairmanship (

Retrenched Hotel Workers Demand Entitlements (

Environmentalist Laments Deforestation in Country (

CBN Signs N1.5bn Entrepreneurship Centres MoU (

Power cuts 'embarrassing' Nigeria (BBC News)

Bye-Election - ANPP Moves to Reclaim Seat (

Tourism, Culture Executives Appraise Sector (

Joint Venture Operations - Yar'Adua Rates NNPC's Performance Low (

The Senate and National Dress Code (

Ghana's Ingratitude (

Nitel - Step Aside, Reps Tell DG NSE (

IFP, DPR Differ on 2008 Oil Price Forcasts (

Serb Ambassador In Nigeria Likens Kosovo PM To Bin Laden -AFP (Nasdaq)

Shell says southern Nigeria pipeline repaired (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Country Earns N1.36trn From Crude Oil in 2 Months (

Amokachi Lists Self, Keshi, Westerhof (

KNSG, UK Partner on Islamic Education (

Nigerian-Born U.S. Business Mogul Declares for Senate Seat (

Gas Flaring - FG's Statement Embarrassing - ERA (

Tribunals - PDP Caucus Group Applauds Judiciary (

Anambra State Government Launches Autoreg (

Obasanjo's Ex-ADC Dies in Car Crash (

Oil rises on Venezuela, Nigeria concerns (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Monday, February 18, 2008

Banks to Pay Life Insurance to Policemen (

Senate Advocates a Disaster Institute (

Nigeria Drafting New Petroleum Bill To Improve Oil, Gas Indus (Nasdaq)

ANPP Re-Nominates Audu, Wowo for New Election (

Nepad Urges Support of Govt Policies in Kwara (

Port Operations - Isan Boss Calls for More Indigenous Participation (

Making Villages Hygienic, One By One (

Nigeria phone privatisation off (BBC News)

Eroding Confidence Troubles PDP- Aspirant (

Naicom - Time to Redefine Perception (

Dangote Group to Invest N10bn in Truck Scheme (

AC Again Asks Iyabo to Quit Senate Committee Over N27 Bn Contract Scam (

Embassy Fast Food Joins Port Harcourt Market (

FG 'll Ensure Tinapa's Success-Custom Boss (

Mubadala Hires Ex-MTS CEO, Gets '0809' Numbers (

Insurance Future Summit - Brokers Sign On (

First Local Pilot Returns Home (

Nigeria asks U.S. for help in oil crisis (Charleston Daily Mail)

LG Polls - Sokoto, First to Get It Right? (

Buhari Shuns ANPP Govs (

Labour Leaders Storm Benin for Oshiomhole (

60 Percent of Varsity Graduates Unemployable, Says Soludo (

Minister Decries Poor Health Performance Indicators (

Why I Disagreed With Obasanjo's Policies - Adams Oshiomhole (

Indonesian President to Visit Country (

Naccima Seeks Closer Trade Ties With Finland (

NIGERIA: Making villages hygienic, one by one (IRIN)

Nyako Laments Closure of Business Enterprises (

NIGERIA: Making villages hygienic, one by one (AlertNet)

Nigeria cancels sale of telecom firm to Obasanjo-backed group (AFP via Yahoo! News)

ANPP Anti-Reconciliation - Lobby Gains Upper Hand (

Obasanjo's Affront On Speaker Bankole (

FC Complementary And Alternative Medicine Holds Seminar (

Let Us Go Back to Firewood (

NCC Sabotages NigComSat - Arewa Youth (

A Slum With 14 Million Residents (

8.2 Million to Be Orphaned By 2010 - WHO (

Country Loses N53b to Pipeline Vandalisation (

Fifa Begins Inspection Tour (

You Can Still Find True Reps of the People (

No Child of Mine Will Join the Police - Tsav (

Angola Extradites MEND Leader (

Citizens And Obedience (

Country On the Verge of Qualifying for Olympics (

IMF Gives Country's Economy Thumbs Up (

Maitama Sule, Adedibu, Dabiri-Erewa Eulogise Tos Benson (

NASS Orders Issuance of Due Process Certificates on Projects Within 30 Days (

EFCC Slams Fresh 124 Count Charge Against Nnamani (

PDP Chairmanship - S-East MPs Opt for Consensus Candidate (

Bobtv 2008 - Task Systems, Indomie Declare Support (

Love Banana Unveils Artistes (

Soludo Laments Poverty Level in Nigeria (

FG Reverses Sale of Nitel (

Schools Lament Over Fate of Championship! (

Etuhu’s getting ready for a taste of Africa (icNewcastle - Sunderland AFC)

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Nigeria beat Banyana (SABC News)

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Album: Various artists, Nigeria (Independent)

Unused hospital razed (AngolaPress)

Top militant extradited (AngolaPress)

Mercator provides frequent flyer system to Virgin Nigeria (

Friday, February 15, 2008

Nigeria Loses N53b to Pipeline Vandalisation (This Day)

IMF Gives Nigeria’s Economy Thumbs Up (This Day)

Local Travelling To Nigeria For Good Cause (WTWO Terre Haute)

Three New Ambassadors Present Credentials (

Unused hospital razed in Nigeria (BBC News)

NLC Crisis - Mark Sues for Dialogue (

The Deconstruction of Rights Commission (

IMF Says Nigeria's Economy Strong; Urges Fiscal Discipline (Nasdaq)

MM2 Relocation - Virgin Nigeria is Not to Blame (

Yar'Adua to Launch 'Faith in Nigeria' Project (

Malta - Guinness Unveils New Package (

FG Releases N17.6m for Eradication of Obsolete Pesticides (

The Downtrodden And the Dividend of Democracy (

'Cross-dressers' in Nigeria court (BBC News)

NFL Inaugurates Review Committee (

7 CBN Staff Die on Valentine's Day (

Journalists Want Detained Colleague Released (

Secret Executions, Shocking (

Country Should Diversify Economy - Nepad (

Hajj Commission Demands Flight Manifests (

Return of Slavery to Country? (

Protesting UNN Students Attack Assembly Staff (

Out-Going Corps Members Urged to Contribute to National Development (

Energy Comm Act - ECCIMA Urges Nass to Facilitate Amendement (

Serafu Died a National Hero - Ladipo (

ANPP Deputy Scribe Defects to PDP (

Medical Quackery Worries Expert (

Militants Go Wild, Send Family Packing (

Maritime Sector Indispensable to Revenue Projections - Nimasa (

FG Releases Over N18m for Stockpile Programme (

NFL to Harmonise Statutes With NFA (

CBN Honours Etranzact (

TRACA Unveils Faith in Nigeria Project (

Go Academy Partners With Film Corporation On Visual Effect Tra (

Virgin Nigeria Shareholders Discusse Way Forward (

MMA2 Management Faults Virgin Nigeria (

Yar'Adua and Challenges of Fixing the Country (

Nigeria Should Diversify Economy –Nepad (This Day)

Yar’Adua to Launch ‘Faith in Nigeria’ Project (This Day)

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Nigeria To Build 3 Gas Processing Plants, Pipeline Grid -AFP (Nasdaq)

Yar'Adua Flags Off Golf (

Starcomms Redeems Promise on Telemax Plans (

'Globacom Has Erased Doubt in Nigeria' (

Visaphone Acquires Bourdex, Two Others (

Judicial Workers Suspend Strike (

ANALYSIS-High stakes, hard road ahead for Nigeria gas plans (AlertNet)

Call Kogi Acting Gov to Order - ANPP (

Nigeria LNG Ltd. Renews Maintenance Services Contract with Baker/OTS Nigeria, Ltd. (ThomasNet)

Beijing 2008 - Minister, Adamu Differ on Preparations (

Nigeria/Ghana: Nigeria and Ghana 2008 (

Berti Vogts Set for Showdown Talks With NFA (

C'River Sets Up C'ttee (

30 Textile Workers Die Waiting for Benefits (

First Bank Shops for New MD (

30 Textile Workers Die Waiting for Benefits in Kano (

NBTI Partners Smedan On Wealth (

Borno, Commission to Build Refugee Camp in Border Town (

Mwun Forces Nimasa to Check Excesses (

Shell Nigeria Recovers 200, 000 B/D Shut in Production (

SEC Freezes Central Securities Accounts of Cadbury's Directors (

Tos Benson Dies At 90 (

Oshiomhole Backs Call for Obasanjo's Probe (

Passengers At a Loss Over Bi-Courtney, Virgin Nigeria Row (

Virgin Nigeria entrusts its frequent flyer programme to Mercator and Skywards Consultancy Services (AME Info)

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Who’s Nigeria’s No 1 Chief Executive? (This Day)

Nigeria Oil Advisor: No New Leases in 2008 (Rigzone)

Teachers Get New Salary Scale (

Group Empowers Police for Efficiency (

Annual Year Book for Schools Underway (

Crime - Police New Offensive On Foreign Nationals (

Remembering Murtala Muhammed (

Waec's New HNO (

Ministry of Finance Inaugurates Panel On Port Reform (

Troubled Delta Steel . . . Any End to the Controversy? (

Adequate Housing - Fuller Center Provides N870m (

Devt Impact - World Bank to Assist N'delta (

The Other Side of the Country (

Tribunal Upholds Doma's Election (

Female Lawmakers Seek to Bridge Gender Gap (

Ghana 2008 Flop (

Celtel To Change Brand Name to Zain in June (

$10 Billion and the Energy Question (

Capacity Building - Britain to Partner Country (

FG Asks Court to Vacate Order on Virgin Nigeria (

Firstbank's Market Capitalisation Hits N1tr Mark (

11 Banks to Raise $1 Billion Capital Base By Month End - CBN (

FG Threatens to Sack Striking Judiciary Workers (

NFA Begs Nigerians Over Ghana 2008, Vogts (

Abuja - Murtala's Promised Land (

Country Will Host to Win - Lulu Boasts (

Nigeria Parliament Assumes 2.45 Million B/D Oil Output In Budget AFP (Nasdaq)

Judiciary Strike - Kano Workers Back Out (

Buhari - Nigeria'll Not Be Stable Unless (

When Will Things Begin to Work in Our Country (

Celtel Customers to Enjoy Better Service Quality in 2008 - CEO (

MultiChoice Launches New Channels for DStv Audience (

Remembering General Murtala Muhammed (

NNPC Boss Apologizes to Senate (

Quack Midwifes to Blame for Maternal Mortality - Experts (

Seven Escape Death in Auto Crash (

Modibbo Returns Embassies' Plots (

Football Coaches Association Supports Indigenous Colleagues (

FUT to Partner Niger Govt On Vision 2020 (

100 Yrs Behind S/Africa, Namibia - Ohakim (

Tour Operators to Present Flight Manifest to NAHCON (

Visafone Acquires Bourdex, 2 Others (

Yar'Adua to Reduce Poverty Below 20 Percent By 2015 (

Nigeria probes crash after 2 yrs (News 24 South Africa)

Local ladies travel to Nigeria to help kick polio (Leesville Daily Leader)

Globacom Washes Hands of Berti Vogts (

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

FG Asks Court to Vacate Order on Virgin Nigeria (This Day)

Capacity Building: Britain to Partner Nigeria (This Day)

Two years later, Nigeria yet to investigate air crash (

Oil-Export Reliability At Risk (

Gunmen Kill Sailor Escorting Gas Workers (

Virgin Nigeria Meets FG in Court Today (

7-Point Agenda to Fast-Track Nigeria's Devt -VP (

NIGERIA: Motorcycle pollution causing health risks in Kano city (AlertNet)

Traders lock in oil profits after earlier spike on Venezuela, Nigeria supply concerns (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)

Minister Accuses Virgin Nigeria of Blackmailing FG (

Humanitarian Campaign Takes Centre Stage in Spain (

Dutse Alhaji Residents Decry Blackout (

Police Quiz Rep Over Threat to Life (

Bribery Scandal Probe - Siemens Teams Up With FG (

Nigeria Shut-In Could Affect OPEC Output Decision - Delegates (Nasdaq)

'Corruption, Bad Leadership Causes of Insecurity in Country' (

We Won't Bribe Citizens Again - Siemens (

Vogts is Not Our Problem - Ex-Super Eagles Player (

Lagos Assembly Wants Indigenous Football (

Modibbo Seeks Closer National, UK Ties (

SGF Tasks Ambassadors On Vision 2020 (

Currency in Circulation Hits N864.42bn (

NNPC Puts Shell Restructuring On Hold (

Two Nigeria ex-governors on graft charges granted bail: courts (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Stay of Immunity Necessary, Says ANPP (

Benue, Cross River, Ebonyi Top Leprosy Rate -Tlmn Boss (

Afribank Targets N135bn Capital Base (

Nigeria/Congo-Kinshasa: Gombe Facing Problems for Congo Trip (

N864.42bn in Circulation - CBN (

We Are Determined to Strip Off Electoral Corruption - TMG (

Why Citizens Should Embrace Electoral Reform (

Vice President Warns Those in Leadership Positions (

Virgin Nigeria Versus Country (

Edo PDP Sets Up 10-Man Congress Committee (

Nobody Fired, Nobody Resigned (

Yar'Adua Halts Dollar Payments to States (

Monday, February 11, 2008

7-Point Agenda to Fast-track Nigeria’s Devt –– VP (This Day)

Minister Accuses Virgin Nigeria of Blackmailing FG (This Day)

Ex-Gov Of Nigeria State Granted Bail In Corruption Case-Paper (Nasdaq)

NSCDC to Clampdownon Illegal Security Outfits in Imo (

SGF Tasks Ambassadors-Designate On Vision 2020 (

50 Years of Oil - Tell Addresses Challenges Since Discovery (

WAEC Appoints New Head for National Office (

Pakistan to Ease Visa Acquisition for Kano Bizmen (

Catholic Bishops Demand Restructuring (

VP Urges Pilgrims to Pray for Country (

Fuel Import - NNPC Favours 'Brief Case' Companies Again (

Nigeria wants oil companies to pay compensation for degradation (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Gunmen Attack Boat in Nigeria, Killing 1 (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Pray for Country, VP Urges Pilgrims (

Bullion Vans - Again, Banks Fail to Meet Deadline (

2face, Friends On Tour (

We Created 400,000 Jobs in 2006 Alone - BoI Boss (

EU Provides N3.4 Billion Toward Polio Eradication (

'I Have a Burning Desire to Make Things Right' (

FG Queries Atiku's Company Over 'Dirty Deals' (

Oliseh Steps Up Moves to Replace Vogts (

Between Democracy And Quality Leadership (

Owen Gee Holds D'Banj's Award (

Resign Now, Singabele Tells Lulu (

Country's Democracy Breeds Corruption - Belgore (

Ewuga Urges Supporters to Be Law Abiding During Tomorrow's Ruling (

Ambassadors-Designate Retreat Ends Today (

Virgin Nigeria Battles Bi-Courtney (

Armed Bandits Accompany Chadian Refugees - Mark (

Newcomers With a Difference (

Kaduna on the Threshold of History (

EU Wants Gender Equality in Water Supply (

Edo Okays N120m for Poilce APC (

CBN Urges Dealers of Forex to Renew Licenses (

N19.5b - Why FAAN, NAMA Are in a Fix (

NCC Bans Promos On Mobile Networks (

Bayo Ligali Joins Celtel Nigeria Board (

Anti-Graft Agencies Get Joint Task Force On Assets Verification (

Tribunals Must Not Play to Gallery! (

Belgore Blames High Rate of Corruption On Presidential System (

Aiyegbeni in Everton Trouble (

NITEL Officials, Bizmen Arrested Over Theft of Transformer (

Kaduna LG Polls - ANPP Goes Divine Against Rigging (

CITN Holds Enugu Zonal Training (

Tribunal Quashes Mark's Application Adjourns Indefinitely (

Chief Judges Advise Judiciary Workers to End Strike (

Menace of Road Accidents And Prevention (

Yar'Adua Commends IFAD Support for Agriculture (

NFCA Condemns Foreign Coaches (

Virgin Nigeria Urged to Relocate (

Nigeria/Ghana: The Scandal in Ghana (

Blackout to Worsen as Power Generation Drops (

Aondoakaa - FG'll Establish Pfizer's Guilt (

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Pray for Nigeria, VP Urges Pilgrims (This Day)

Nigeria dispatches team to Chad (

Nigeria plans $20bn spend on energy (Gulf Times)

Saturday, February 09, 2008

NNPC, Shell Disagree Over Downsizing (

IMF Boss to Visit Country (

Country Loses N219b Yearly On Tinapa (

Churches destroyed in wave of religious violence in Nigeria (Christian Today)

Riot over anti-Moslem leaflet leaves at least two dead in Nigeria (

Friday, February 08, 2008

Nigeria loses N219b Yearly on TINAPA (This Day)

Virgin Nigeria Urged to Relocate (This Day)

Nigeria - Illusion of Greatness (

Nigeria Orders Oil Firms To Resume Production In The Niger Delta (Nasdaq)

Nigeria Orders Oil Firms To Resume Production In The Niger Delta (INO News)


International Maritime Body To Prepare Nigeria Security Report - AFP (Nasdaq)

President Yar'Adua Thanks Ifad (

Nigeria Adopts New Gas Policy to Favor Domestic Users (Rigzone)

Everton drop late-returning Nigeria striker Yakubu (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)

Everton drop late-returning Nigeria striker Yakubu (

Expert Condemns Suspension of Health Bill (

In Kogi, Battle Rages Afresh (

Privatised Sugar Firms Still Produce Below Capacity - Bello (

Stop Attacking Obasanjo, Lamido Tells Citizens (

CBN Decries Negative Predictions On Capital Market (

Who Gets What-Where, When and Why? (

Bi-Courtney May Drag Virgin Nigeria to Court (

Aaondoakaa Assures Civil Defenders of Cooperation (

Compensation for Poor Services - GSM Operators Drag NCC to Court of Appeal (

Poverty - IMF MD Visits Country (

Chief Judges Ask Judiciary Staff to Call Off Strike (

Protect Citizens From Chad's Crisis - Senate Tells Yar'Adua (

Nigeria adopts new gas policy to favour domestic users (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Citizens Assured of Beijing Olympic Success (

NDIC Commences Deposit Insurance for Micro Banks (

Virgin, Arik - Ministry of Justice Issues Directive (

Judicial Workers Strike Premature - Court Registrars (

Overcoming Electoral Crisis in Country (

IFAD to Elect Country as Council Chair (

FG Shuns Judiciary Workers (

Nigeria Adopts New Gas Policy To Favor Domestic Users -AFP (Nasdaq)

Minister Reiterates Commitment On IFAD (

NFL Constitutes New Committees (

Disaster Managers Forum Seeks Overseas Training From NEMA (

RTEAN Not Factionalised in FCT - Chairman (

Again, Foreign Firms Corner Juicy Crude Oil Contracts (

Crude prices firm on Nigeria supply fears (Gulf Times)

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Nigeria still to decide on Vogts' future (The Star)

Nigeria still to decide on Vogts' future (Pretoria News)

Bi-Courtney May Drag Virgin Nigeria to Court (This Day)

Nigeria President Approves New Gas Pricing Policy, Regulations (Nasdaq)

Mikel shocked by Nigeria's failure to reach semi-finals (Independent)

Nigeria still to decide on Vogts' future (Cape Argus)

Customs Seizes Cars Worth N918m (

Mikel Still Fuming Over Nigeria's Cup Exit (

No Pilgrim Stranded in Saudi Arabia -Nahcom (

Nigeria to impose import duties to stem influx of junk PCs (AFP via Yahoo! News)

NIGERIA: Poor oil spill clean-up methods affect Niger Delta communities (AlertNet)

Nigeria to impose import duties to stem influx of junk PCs (AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Civil Society Watch - for Our Health, We Write a Letter (

Credit to Private Sector Increases (

Furniture Company Flags Off Training for Youths (

Lawyer Petitions IG Over Unlawful Arrest (

NIGERIA: Poor oil spill clean-up methods affect Niger Delta communities (IRIN)

Oshiomhole Intervenes in Judicial Workers' Strike (

SMEDAN to Train Business Councillors (

Reps Blame CBN, NDIC for Banking Distress (

NDIC Resolves N71.7bn Deposit Liabilities of Failed Banks (

FEC Approves Final Framework for the Implementation of Vision 2020 (

Failed Banks - N'Assembly, NDIC Trade Blames (

JK Randle Denies Fraud Allegation (

Amaechi Urges Shell to Shelve Planned Retrenchment (

Oil prices stable amid Nigeria supply concerns (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Big Treat Gains From Lack of Shares (

Iron Dealers Absolve Selves From Removal of Bridge Protectors (

Celtel Announces Board Changes (

Thousands of Chadian refugees flee to Nigeria (Christian Today)

Police Parade Nitel Auditor Over Theft (

Lagos Charges Christian Pilgrims to Be Worthy Ambassadors (

No Pilgrim Stranded in Saudi Arabia - NAHCOM (

Poor Service Quality - Senate Traces Solution to Nitel (

Federation Account - House Backs Allocation in Dollars (

Kogi Speaker Sworn in as Acting Governor (

Refugees Fleeing Rebellion in Chad Arrive in Northern Nigeria (Voice of America)

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Nigeria Restricts Imports Of Old Computers, Electronics (Nasdaq)

Nigeria to Curb Imports of "Toxic" Old Computers (Planet Ark)

Nigeria to curb imports of "toxic" old computers (Environmental News Network)

Nigeria to curb imports of "toxic" old computers (AlertNet)

President Yar'Adua Orders Kogi Speaker Be Sworn-in As Acting Governor (

Airline Operators Increase Fare by 20 Percent (

Hundreds of Chadian refugees crossing into Nigeria, Red Cross says (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

U.S. Reaffirms Faith in Country (

Govt Welcomes APRM-CRT, Pledges Cooperation (

'Savannah Bank is Dead And Buried' (

Judiciary Workers Fire Back At CJN (

Thousands of Chadian refugees flee to Nigeria (AlertNet)

Solemn Assembly - Teachers Take Case to God (

The Burden of Good Governance (

Thousands of Chadian refugees flee to Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria FA silent on Vogts future (BBC News)

Consumers Eulogise NCC, Chide Operators At Telecoms Parliament (

Nigeria/Ghana: Eagles' Defeat - FG Denies Attack on Ghanaians (

Misappropriation of Public Funds, Bane of Economic Dev - Experience (

Speaker Solicits NAF Assistance On Security (

I Lost Money to 3 Failed Banks - Soludo (

APRM - Yar'Adua Pledges Country's Cooperation (

Appraising the Micro-Finance Policy (1) (

Mensah Allowed to Play in Final (

Kaduna ANPP Dissolves State Executive, Suspends Chairman (

Wealthy Citizens Sabotaging Our Efforts- SON (

Nigeria/Ghana: Man, 36, Dies Watching Match (

Nigeria/Ghana: FG Denies Attack On Nigerians in Aftermath of Eagles Defeat (

Milo Winner to Represent Nigeria At World Tourney (

Strike Forces Tribunal to Adjourn Indefinitely (

APRM: Yar’Adua Pledges Nigeria’s Cooperation (This Day)

US Reaffirms Faith in Nigeria (This Day)

Ghana/Nigerians are not heckling Citizens-Foreign Affairs Ministry (

Smuggling - Customs Placed On Red Alert (

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Armed Group MEND Claims Responsibility for Shell Nigeria Attack (Rigzone)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-02-05 18:00 GMT: Nigeria plans 20 bln usd spending on oil sector - oil minister (Interactive Investor)

Refugees arrive at Nigeria-Chad border town (

Okpodu Recommends Fitness Vaccine for Super Eagles (

Olofinjana Bemoans Loss to Ghana (

TPC - Umoh Relishes Victory Shot Pockets $13,500 Prize (

Nigeria plans 20 billion dollar spending on oil sector: minister (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Bankole, Shekarau to Speak at Anti-Corruption Summit (

As Community Health Insurance Berths in Country (

What Its Takes to Die for Country (

AJE 4 Well Offshore Nigeria Spuds (Rigzone)

Spray Painting, Dirty But Lucrative - Oliver (

Nations-Nigeria still to decide on coach Vogts' future (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)

Thousands Of Chadian Refugees Cross Into Nigeria - AFP (Nasdaq)

Premier Basketball League Starts March 23 (

NSE Suspends Nampak Over N2.8bn Overstatement (

Iwu's Cross and Atiku's Interrogatories (

MM2 - FG Approves Expansion Plan (

Strike Paralyses Courts, Tribunals (

Vogts' position further weakened after Nigeria loss: BBC (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Dangote to List Obajana Cement On NSE (

'I Will Transform Chanchaga If ' (

Minister Calls for Stringent Laws to Protect Women (

Daggash Decries State of Economy (

Country Loses Gas Worth $32bn Yearly - Owa (

Nigeria on alert as conflict rages in Chad (Pretoria News)

Ghana/Huge Hangover as Hosts Party After Victory (

Kanu in line for Nigeria post (Evening Standard)

Armed group takes responsibility for latest Nigeria oil attack (AFP via Yahoo! News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-02-05 07:35 GMT: Providence Resources says drilling commences at AJE 4 well offshore Nigeria (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria on alert as conflict rages in Chad (Cape Argus)

Court Strike Stalls Buhari, Atiku's Cases (

Oliseh drops Nigeria coach hint (BBC News)

OIL FUTURES: Nymex Crude Up; Mkt Frets Nigeria Supply (

Ghana upset Nigeria, Ivory Coast hit a high five (The Star)

NIGERIA: Deadly sectarian riot over alleged blasphemy (AlertNet)

Monday, February 04, 2008

Leadership Organises Conference On Deindustrialisation of Northern Region (

Abattoirs Are Hideouts for Criminals - Association (

First Ladies Campaign Against Violence (

Country in Dire Need of Redemption, Says Onaiyekan (

Nigeria Orders Shell Unit to Suspend Reorganization (Rigzone)

NIGERIA: Deadly sectarian riot over alleged blasphemy (IRIN)

Militants Claim Responsibility (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

PDP, Greatest Threat to Democracy - AC (

Ikeazo, Ahamba Square Up Over N500m Libel Suit (

No Election in 29 States, Says Buhari (

Abuja to Host West African Magistrates in December (

Nations-Nigeria are no longer powerhouse, says Odemwingie (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)

Simon Okeke - Autobiography As Historical Revisionism (

CIBN President Eulogises Afribank's Positive Outlook (

Tribunal - Mark Knows Fate Feb. 8 (

When Tivs And Jukuns United for Dodo (

National Troupe's Menu for 2008 (

MCON Lines-Up Activities to Celebrate New Hijrah Year (

YSFON Honours GMD NICON And Alhaji Mantey (

African Team Of Experts In Nigeria To Assess Governance-AFP (Nasdaq)

Ghana/Black Stars Qualify for Semifinals (

Algon Boss Tasks FG on Financial Sector (

'FG Needs $90bn to Restore Power' (

Afribank Bags PHCN Service Support Award (

Super Falcons Apologies to NFA (

One killed, dozens injured in Nigeria violence (Hindustan Times)

Ghana/Soccer - Anxiety As Team Faces Nigeria (

Atani Bubbles as Osadebe's Family Roll Out Burial Plans (

Kenya: Country Learnt Vote Rigging From Nigeria - Watchdog (

Stock Exchange'll Transform Kwara State into Economic Powerhouse (

Tata Nano - India's Challenge to Country (

Ambassadors Get Postings (

Nigeria aim to eliminate hosts from African football tournament (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's Eagles crash in Accra (People's Daily)

Sunday, February 03, 2008

Ghana oust Nigeria, Ivory Coast hit five (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Gunmen battle Nigeria troops in oil-rich south (The Star)

Nigeria in Dire Need of Redemption, Says Onaiyekan (This Day)

Nations-Ghana oust Nigeria, I.Coast hit five (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)

Hosts Ghana advance to semi-finals after beating Nigeria (

Ghana/Black Stars Shoot Down Super Eagles in Thriller (

Ten-Man Ghana Seal Historic Nigeria Win (

Depleted hosts send Nigeria out (FIFA)

Agogo sends Ghana into SF after 2-1 win over Nigeria (Fox Sports)

Ghana 2-1 Agogo sends hosts through (ESPN

LIVE: Ghana v Nigeria (RTÉ News)

Nigeria on alert as conflict rages in Chad (Independent Online)

Nigeria on alert as conflict rages in Chad (

Nigeria aim to end Ghana's participation in African Nations Cup (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria out to wreck the party (Independent Online)

FG Puts Army On Alert Over Chadian Crisis (AngolaPress)

Nigeria seek fifth straight spot in last four (Gulf Times)

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Nations-Ghana face tough test against Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)

Ghana-Gates to open at 10am (

Ghana-Kanu doubt (

Ghana-Nigeria : Algerian to handle match (

Football/African Nations Cup 2008: Nigeria plot Black Sunday for Ghana (The New Straits Times)

Nigeria plot Black Sunday for hosts Ghana (The Star)

Rivals Ghana and Nigeria to meet in African Cup quarter-finals (Canadian Press via Yahoo! News)

PL clubs anxious as Ghana takes on Nigeria (Fox Sports)

Ghana v Nigeria (BBC News)

Ghana ready to tackle Nigeria (Cape Argus)

Nigeria plot Black Sunday for Ghana's Stars (Cape Argus)

Ghana 'fired up' by Nigeria test (TeamTalk via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Sport)

Ghana ready to tackle Nigeria (Pretoria News)

Nigeria plot Black Sunday for Ghana's Stars (Pretoria News)

The Biggest Rivalry In Africa: Ghana vs. Nigeria (

Nigeria seek fifth successive semi-final spot (ESPN

Abedi Pele: Ghana Will Beat Nigeria (

Nigeria In Hotel Bill Tussle (

Nigeria coach Berti Vogts, centre, is confident that his team can cause Ghana's Black Stars to fall [AFP] (Aljazeera)

Nigeria plot Black Sunday for Ghana's Stars (Independent Online)

OPEC Shuns Calls to Hike Oil Output (

NRNA formed in Nigeria (Nepalnews. com)

Nigeria/Ghana: Clash With Ghana Can Go Either Way -- Eguavoen (

Nations-Nigeria seek fifth successive semi-final spot (

Friday, February 01, 2008

United States and Nigeria to Work on Regional Security (AllGambian.Net)

Nations-Nigeria seek fifth successive semi-final spot (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Sports)

Nigeria seek revenge over Ghana (BBC News)

Nigeria/Ghana: Mikel Predicts Tough Match (

NIGERIA: No shortage of Niger Delta youth ready to join militias (AlertNet)

Nigeria backs int'l force to protect offshore oil (AlertNet)

OPEC agrees to maintain oil output ceiling: Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Oil Money Will Dry Up From 2012, Ex-Perm Sec Warns (

Nigeria Seeks Joint Security Force In Gulf Of Guinea - AFP (Nasdaq)

Nigeria Still Mulling Higher Gas Taxes On Foreign Oil Cos -Min (Nasdaq)

OPEC agrees to maintain oil output ceiling: Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Arik, Virgin Nigeria Ordered to Move to MMA 2 (This Day)

UC RusAl to launch aluminum plant in Nigeria in February (Budapest Business Journal)

Vogts Admits Not Knowing Eagles (

Nigeria/Ghana: Ghana Will Be Under Pressure - Vogts (

Bayelsa Chief Judge's Appointment - Matters Arising (

Africa: Different Strategy Against Nigeria - Le Roy (

Female Parliamentarians Flag Off Constitutional Review Process (

Why We Are at Tribunal-Accord Party (

Nigeria's Oil Morass (Washington Post)

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