Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for September 2008

Monday, September 29, 2008

Cadbury launches Stimorol chewing gum in Nigeria (Food Business Review)

Nigeria Stresses Dangers Of African Weapons Trade (

Nigeria/South Africa: Eriba Thumbs up Sudan Defence (

New Rotary President Unveils Action Plan (

Archbishop Tutu, Campbell, Utomi, Two Others Join American University (

At 50, Its All Gains for Indo-Nigerian Relations (

Virgin Nigeria Unveils New Uniform (

Pengassan, Nupeng Vow to Stop Privatisation of PPMC, NGC (

Nasfat to Float Microfinance Bank (

Country at 48 - Hope Not Lost, Gowon Says (

Digital Knowledge Democracy Launched in Abuja, Lagos, Enugu (

Oando Wins Dispute in Oil Claim (

Church Gives Family Car for Dedication (

Afren Gets Go-Ahead to Develop Ebok Field Offshore Nigeria (Rigzone)

At 48, Country is Still At the Crossroads, Says Enahoro (

Flying Eagles Secretary Lied (

FG Approves Joint Development of Oil Block (

Cardinal Arinze Blesses Nigeria At 48 (

EFCC Advocates Speedy Trial of Cases (

Glover Bags CAHB First VP (

Virgin Nigeria Takes Delivery of First Embraer Aircraft (

TPC - Prospects for Ajaokuta Steel Company (

Oil - Who is a Parasite in Country? (

No Hiding Place for Ex-Govs Under Trial, Says EFCC (

Remembering Namadobi Ya'u Kano (

Police Denies Uwazuruike's Arrest (

Oil Workers Protest Sale of PPMC And Gas Company (

NFF Sack Dike As Henry Nwosu Takes Over (

Country Hosts IPAD West Africa (

Amodu Plans Revenge On Colombians (

Adichie Can Do Whatever She Wants With Grant - Macarthur (

KDSG, Can Pray for Country's Development (

Use Competitions to Attract (

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Cardinal Arinze Blesses Nigeria at 48 (This Day)

Virgin Nigeria Takes Delivery of First Embraer Aircraft (This Day)

The Singer Who Defied Country's Generals (

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Flying Eagles Wallop Sudan 5 - 0 (

Sports Development in FCT And Moddibo's Double Standard (

London 2012 Olympics Games Will Be Another Disaster - Onigbin (

NFF, Senate Parley Over Change of Name (

ANPP Has No Agreement With PDP On GNU - Okechukwu (

FRSC Seeks RTEAN's Support Against Overloading (

Nigeria is 48… and So What? (This Day)

Nigeria appoint Nwosu (BBC News)

Virgin Nigeria Suspends Plan to Fly U.S. Routes (

EFCC Facing Interference - Farida (

Embraer Delivers First Embraer 190 Jet To Virgin Nigeria (The Aero-News Network)

Friday, September 26, 2008

Enahoro: Our Mistakes in the Founding of Nigeria (This Day)

Virgin Nigeria Suspends Plan to Fly US Routes (This Day)

Terminal C - Hard Knocks for Ahmed Committee (

Arik Air Increases Capacity for Salah Period (

E-Payment - Customs Rakes in N7.4 Billion in Two Months (

NNPC Wants Isan to Diversify Operations (

Shareholders Praise Afribank On Efficiency (

Channels TV's Unfortunate Closure (

Globacom At Five (

'England Envious of Country's Success' (

Machine for Cardiovascular Diseases Launched (

Research and Markets: Nigeria Commercial Banking Report Q3 2008 is Available Now (Centre Daily Times)

NCAA Threatens to Sanction FAAN Over Dearth of Facilities At Airports (

Firm Collaborates With Kebbi On Free Health (

Chinese Firm Partners Firstbank in Ogun Free Trade Zone (

Firm Introduces Flavored Anti-Malaria Drugs (

'Nigr Delta Crisis Affects Downstream Sector' (

Lawyers Flay High Fees in Law School (

Election Petition, Alao-Akala Wins Round One (

Country Records N1.5 Trillion FDI in 2007 - Report (

Devt in Anambra Impressive, Says Russian Ambassador (

Texaco - Contempt Proceedings Begin Against Chevron (

FOI Bill - FG Urged On Speedy Passage (

FG Crashes Tariffs On Imports (

Nigeria Orders Gas Companies to Prioritize Supplies (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Tahir Chides Runsewe Over Welcome 2 Nigeria Project (

Is Country Ready for RVSM? (

Celtel International Slams N1 Billion Suit on CAC (

The Beechcraft Saga (

APGA Chairman Calls for Boycott of Constitution Review (

Country is Under Siege - Anglican Communion (

Development in Anambra State is Impressive -Russian Ambassador (

ICRISAT Inks MoU With ARCN To Re-Establish Research Centre In Nigeria (Nasdaq)

'Nigerian Drug Companies Not Involved in Research' (

Mortgage Banks Target Informal Sector (

Yar'Adua for ICAN Conference (

Insecurity and the Resurgent Memory of Abacha (

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Nigeria Orders Gas Companies to Prioritize Domestic Supplies (Bloomberg)

Cameroon: Country Optimistic After UN-Backed Transfer of Peninsula From Nigeria (

Nigeria May Stop LNG Projects By Foreign Firms, Reuters Says (Bloomberg)

Nigeria's FM seeks end to crude oil theft (The Economic Times)

Amodu to Meet Ferguson (

ICRISAT to re-establish center in Nigeria (SeedQuest)

Nigeria Plans to Pick Nitel Majority Owner in April (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Summers, Forbes, Usman, Soludo, to Headline Thisday Townhall Meeting On Financial And Stock Markets (

Nigeria's Supreme Court To Consider Election Result In Oct (Nasdaq)

Council Chairmen Will Go to Jail -EFCC (

Nigeria/Sudan: F'Eagles V Sudan - NFF Throws Gate Open (

NTDC's Tourism Aid (

Confidence in Health Care Delivery (

China Trade Hits N510 Billion (

Nigeria 2009 - LOC May Not Consider Bauchi for Hosting (

Yinka Craig's Death a Great Loss to Country - Fashola (

Govs Idris, Bukola Mourn Yinka Graig's Death (

World Bank to Assist Country On Climate Change (

Chinese Killer Milk - Nafdac Allays Fears (

'Nigeria Received N696 Billion Foreign Aid in 8 Years' (

Goje's HIV Status (

UN Information Director Calls for Promotion of Peace (

Ennovate Applauds MTN (

Power Sector Leaders Line Up for Powergen Electrotex 2008 (

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Nigeria/Sudan: Free Gates for Game (

Nigeria to sell stakes in pipeline, gas firms (The Herald)

Nigeria group keen on Magpies bid (BBC News)


Nigeria consortium to make Toon statement (TeamTalk via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Sport)

Cowbell Promises More Goodies (

BPE to Privatise PPMC, Nigeria Gas Company (

Cadbury - Court Affirms SEC's Decision On Directors (

BOI Tower - Down in a Minute (

Country Less Corrupt - TI (

U.S. Certifies Country As Drug Free (

China - a Critical Partner for Devt - Jonathan (

Nigeria 2009 Budget Sees 2.3MM B/D Oil Output (Rigzone)

MDGs - Civil Society Seeks Holistic Implementation (

FG Moves to Boost Bond Market (

How to Improve Medical Training (

Nigeria activates nuclear accelerator (People's Daily)

FG Tasks Engineers On Quality Infrastructure (

Aviation Academy Takes-Off Next Year (

Group Petitions Presidency Over Customs Recruitment (

Corruption - Country Improves in Transparency International Rating (

China, Critical Partner for Country's Development, Says VP (

NFF Still an Illegal Body, Senate Insists (

No Zamfara Govt Official Was Arrested - ANPP Scribe (

Country 'Exported Shrimps Worth N7.6 Billion in 2006' (

ANPP Urges Buhari to Support Tofa Committee (

U.S. Dedicated to Partnering with Country On Health - Envoy (

Country Improves On TI's Corruption Index (

Aisa, an Irrelevant One-Man Association (

Liberia Recognises Abuja's Role in Ending War (

Nigeria sees China as critical development partner (China Daily)

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Africa: Nigeria v.Ghana: All Eyes on the World Cup Prize (

Chinese official: China, Nigeria seeing improved trade relations (People's Daily)

Liberia Recognises Nigeria’s Role in Ending War (This Day)

Corruption: Nigeria Improves in Transparency International Rating (This Day)

Nigeria Exported Shrimps Worth $65m in 2006’ (This Day)

US Certifies Nigeria as Drug Free Country (This Day)

China, Critical Partner for Nigeria’s Development, Says VP (This Day)

Nigeria To Privatize State-Owned Gas Co By June 2009 (Nasdaq)

Atiku Versus Yar'Adua - INEC Asks Supreme Court to Stop Hearing (

Cabinet Reshuffle - Yar'Adua Leaves ANPP Guessing (

China Brands Country's Export Toxic (

Nigeria court set to hear presidential vote dispute (Yahoo! Asia News)

Why Rice Farming is Unattractive - Farmers (

Senate to Probe NFF 's Berti Vogts' Deal (

Militant Attacks - Crude Oil Output Drops By 200,000 Barrels A Day (

99 Percent Maternal Deaths Occur in Country (

NBTE Reiterates Significance of Polytechnics (

Memo to Mother Nigeria (

Rivers Judiciary Bans Hawking (

28 Soldiers Petition UN Over Trial (

Ageless Sanni Wins Cargolux Squash (

Militants' Ceasefire - We Are Not At War - DHQ (

Signage Law - Court Dismisses UAC Suit (

Atcon Charges Glo to Sustain Lead (

First Inland Bank Now Finbank (

House Committee to Monitor Foreign Aids (

Babatope Blames Niger Delta Problems On Injustice (

Imported Petrol, Kerosene Cost N96.53 and N121.26 per Litre (

Labour to Picket PHCN Second October (

ANPP Will Not Expel Buhari - Ume-Ezeoke (

Niger Delta - NOI/Gallup Polls Launch Well-Being Survey (

Drop in Medical Care in Niger Delta Worries National Association of Resident Doctors (

Presidency Belongs to South-South from 2015-Igbini (

Senate Wants NFA Back, Carpets NFF Leadership (

Country, Sixth in Global Peacekeeping - IGP (

Monday, September 22, 2008

Adefemi Seals Bucharest Move (

Cholera Outbreak Kills 97 in North (

NPL - Kaduna United Set the Early Pace (

Anglo, Francophone LGs to Have Common Front (

'Volume of Trade with China Stands at $2.2 Billion' (

Country is Safe and Secure, Say Tourism Ministers (

Cholera outbreak kills 97 in north (AlertNet)

Nigeria militant leader needs medical care : wife, lawyer (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria militant leader seeks urgent medical care: wife (AFP via Yahoo! News)

The Closure of Channels Television (

Militant group in Niger delta declares ‘war’ on oil industry (Monday Morning)

Vision 2020 - Nebo, Ilemobade Call for Spiritual Rebirth (

'The Yar'Adua I Know, Will Make History' (

Tackling Financial Crimes (

The Unending Crisis At Wema Bank (

As Senate Backs Nigeria'09 LOC (

Can INEC Punish Electoral Offenders? (

Akinola Urges Critics to Leave Yar'Adua Alone (

Country and Global Financial Downturn (

Country Tourism Expo Arrives (

What Athletes Must Do to Win Gold (

Sayyu Dantata's Firm Takes Over Chevron Texaco (

At 50, Indo-Nigeria Bilateral Cooperation Comes of Age (

Nigeria's 'bachelor catcher' on the prowl in Kano (BBC News)

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Group declares ceasefire in Nigeria's south (The Charlotte Observer)

Nigeria’s chief military group calls ceasefire in bitter spate of oil attacks (Irish Examiner)

Nigeria's main militant group declares cease-fire (China Daily)

Nigeria oil militants declare a ceasefire (Gulf Times)

Oil-rich Nigeria enjoys 'brain gain' as expats take advantage of boom (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria rebels declare unilateral cease-fire (Deutsche Welle)

Militants declare ceasefire in Nigeria's south (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria armed group declares ceasfire in 'oil war' (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's main militant group declares cease-fire (USA Today)

Group declares ceasefire in Nigeria's south (AP via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Lesotho Apologises Over Travel Ban (

Nigeria (Euronews)

Nigéria : sixième attaque contre Shell revendiquée par le MEND (Euronews)

MEND Releases Two South African Nationals, Britons to Regain Freedom (

Corlay Global to Acquire Chevron Holdings (

Militans claim destruction of pipeline in Nigeria (Yahoo! Asia News)

Shell declares force majeure on Nigeria oil exports (AlertNet)

Militants claim destruction of pipeline in Nigeria (The Charlotte Observer)

Militants claim destruction of pipeline in Nigeria (Yahoo! Asia News)

Nigeria Government Lifts Suspension Order On Independent TV Station (Nasdaq)

Shell declares force majeure on Nigeria oil exports (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Militants claim destruction of pipeline in Nigeria (USA Today)

Militants claim destruction of pipeline in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Friday, September 19, 2008

Lesotho Apologises to Nigeria over Travel Ban (This Day)

Bloody week in the Niger Delta (AlertNet)

NSCDC Holds Workshop (

Why 'Wonder Banks' Investors are Yet to Be Paid - Sec (

Ajimobi Vs Akala - Appeal Court Adjourns Sine Die (

Mtel/Nitel Not for Highest Bidder - FG (

Nigeria militants turn against each other in delta (AlertNet)

Chevron to sell 350 Texaco stations in Nigeria (East Bay Business Times)

Chevron in pact to sell off Texaco gas stations in Nigeria (Market Watch)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-09-19 10:40 Shell says Nigeria violence to hit earnings (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria's rebel group MEND launches new attack on oil field (People's Daily)

Good Looks Can Earn You a Living (

Chevron Sells Fuels Marketing Business in Nigeria (Centre Daily Times)

Odegbami Wants Full Eagles for Leone Stars (

Former VC Blasts Tertiary Institutions Over Gratification (


Militants say they bombed pipeline in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria rebels 'blow up pipeline' (BBC News)

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Nigeria defence chief visits delta,fighting abates (AlertNet)

Nigeria's militants intensify offensive (UPI)

Nigeria's defence chief visits strife-torn Niger Delta (AFP via Yahoo! News)

CJN, SGF Warn Census Tribunal Chairmen (

Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline - Yar'Adua Happy With EU Offer (

FG Withdraws Channels TV Licence (

Gas Pipeline - EU Offers Country N2.4 Trillion (

Our Declining Life Expectancy (

In Nigeria 'oil war,' militants step up attacks (The Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Title of Tribal Chief Awarded to Kim Jong Il by Kingdom of Nigeria (Korean Central News Agency)

‘Nigeria’s Human Rights Record Excellent’ (This Day)

Nigeria militants threaten broader delta "oil war" (Yahoo! Asia News)

Nigeria Suspends Operations Of Independent TV Station (Nasdaq)

Brussels takes on Gazprom in Nigeria (Financial Times)

Nigeria shuts TV over hoax report (BBC News)

Shell flow station destroyed in militant group (AFP via Yahoo! News)

militants say they've destroyed pipeline (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Militants: they have destroyed Nigeria oil line (AP via Yahoo! News)

EU to help Nigeria with pipeline (BBC News)

Oil prices rebounds on AIG deal, Nigeria unrest (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Militants say they've destroyed oil pipeline in Nigeria (USA Today)

Nigeria's media, opposition slam closure of private TV (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Militant attacks cutting oil production (AP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Supreme Court Verdict Will Change ANPP - Rep Dantiye (

NCC Commends Daarsat Pay TV (

Young Alhaji's Petition - Bulkachuwa Gets 2 Weeks to Respond (

Reps Task China On Exports to Country (

Hope Worldwide Honours Fashola, for CSR Activities (

ADB's Credit to Country Hits $820 Million (

Nigeria militants launch fresh attacks on oil sector (Yahoo! Asia News)

Singapore Hot Stocks-Olam shares up on Nigeria investments (Yahoo! Asia News)

Monday, September 15, 2008

Nigeria militants to release South African hostages (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria militants to release South African hostages (AlertNet)

Changing Face of Country's Diplomacy (

Ovation as Country House Stands Tall in Brazil (

Shell: One Nigeria Oil Facility Guard Killed In Attack (INO News)

Oil station 'blown up' in Nigeria (BBC News)

Militants attack Shell facility in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria militants 'raze' Shell oil complex (

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Gateway Force Warri Wolves to Draw (

Nigeria's Golden Eaglets target Young Squirrels' scalp in Port Novo (People's Daily)

Olam invests $128 mln in Nigeria sugar, wheat plants (Yahoo! Asia News)

Militants attack Shell oil infrastructure (GMA News)

Detained in Nigeria, a Lifeline in New York (New York Times)

Militants declare oil war in Nigeria (Gulf Times)

Oil rebels declare war in Nigeria (Independent)

Nigeria militants warn of oil war (BBC News)

Militant group in Nigeria 'declares war on oil industry' (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Chevron confirms shooting incident at Nigeria facility (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria rebels declare 'oil war' (

Oil War in Nigeria (

Chevron confirms attack on Nigeria oil platform (The Economic Times)

Chevron confirms attack on Nigeria oil platform (AlertNet)

Militant group declares oil war in Nigeria (Detroit Free Press)

Nigeria militants declare oil war in delta (AlertNet)

Nigeria militants declare oil war in delta (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, September 13, 2008

From Boom to Bust in Nigeria (Washington Post)

Financial Development Index Exposes Nigeria’s Economic Weaknesses (This Day)

Nigeria militants say army attacking their positions, hostages wounded (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria militants order oil workers to leave delta (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

UPDATE: Nigeria Militants Say Army Attacking Their Positions (Nasdaq)

Nigeria militants order oil workers to leave delta (AlertNet)

Beijing Failure - Experts Blame Leadership for Olympic Woes (

Beijing Failure - Senate Misfired On Indictment of Gimba (

ANPP Urges Yar'Adua to Beware of Yerima (

PHCN Threatens to Sue Killers of Its Manager (

Zimbabwe: Britain Commends Nigeria Over Deal (

This Country is the UK's Second Largest Market in Africa (

Nigeria Militants Say Army Attacking Their Positions (Nasdaq)

Nigeria militants say army attacking their positions (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria militants say army attacking their positions (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Friday, September 12, 2008

Britain Commends Nigeria over Zimbabwe Deal (This Day)

U.S. to Train Country Navy (

PHCN Manager Caught Selling Transformer Parts (

LOC Allays Funding Fears (

House Summons Kupolokun, NNPC Director Over Oil Blocs (

Country Leads Global Polio Cases, Says WHO (

Heineken Sponsors Nigeria Cup (

Police Declare Labour Leader Wanted Over Exam Fraud (

Soyinka Defends Country's Quest for UN Council Seat (

Thursday, September 11, 2008

World Bank president lists conditions for FDI in Nigeria (People's Daily)

British exports to Nigeria stands at 2 bln pounds between 2006 and 2007 (People's Daily)

Nigeria president tightens grip on power (Financial Times)

Nigeria Leads Global Polio Cases, Says WHO (This Day)

Doing Business: Why Nigeria Ranks Low, By NESG (This Day)

Soyinka Defends Nigeria’s Quest for UN Council Seat (This Day)

Nigeria calls for way to track “blood oil” (Las Vegas Sun)

Nigeria calls for way to track 'blood oil' (The Charlotte Observer)

Nigeria calls for way to track "blood oil" (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria creates ministry to oversee restive oil-rich Delta - Summary (

Nigeria-EU Partnership to foster economic development (People's Daily)

Nigeria militants criticize new Niger Delta ministry (AlertNet)

Cameroon-Bakassi returnees overwhelm authorities (AlertNet)

Britain sees limited role in Nigeria fight in delta (AlertNet)

Two Britons Among Expat Oil Workers Kidnapped in Nigeria (

Nigeria to create ministry to oversee restive oil-rich Niger Delta (Nasdaq)

Britain sees limited role in Nigeria fight in delta (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria's militants scoff at ministry for restive Niger Delta (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria calls for way to track "blood oil" (AP via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

World Bank Rates Nigeria Low in Doing Business (This Day)

Nigeria creates new ministry for Niger Delta (AlertNet)


Two South African Oil Workers Abducted In Nigeria - Official (Nasdaq)

EU Seeks To Deepen Ties With Oil-Rich Nigeria (Nasdaq)

Five foreigners on hijacked vessel in Nigeria (AlertNet)

Five foreigners on hijacked vessel in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria Creates Ministry For Niger Delta Affairs (Nasdaq)

EU to invest $814 million in Nigeria's power sector (Nasdaq)

Detained US filmmaker released in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Gunmen seize oil vessel in Nigeria (Stuff)

Gunmen seize oil vessel in Nigeria- security source (AlertNet)

Gunmen seize oil vessel in Nigeria - security source (AlertNet)

Filmmaker freed from Nigeria en route to Germany, group says (The Journal News)

Nigeria to attend in Mind Sports Olympics in Beijing (People's Daily)

Oil service boat reportedly hijacked in Nigeria (People's Daily)

Nigeria has no nuclear deal with Iran: FM (People's Daily)

UAE telecoms group joins Nigeria mobile phone fray (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's foreign reserves drop to $60.4 billion (AFP via Yahoo! News)

American Filmmaker Deported (New York Times)

Monday, September 08, 2008

Yar'Adua Returns...the Cost of His Illness to the Nation (

Niger ANPP House Members Affirm Garba As Party Chairman (

CNPP Wants EFCC to Focus On Ex-Govs (

HiTV's Nigeria Reality Show Begins on Independent Day (

'We Have 2 Million Albinos in Nigeria' (

CBN Sells N10 Billion of One-Year Treasury Bonds (

Red Cross, Red Crescent Strategise Against Disasters (

How the People of Bakasi Can Have Their Own Country, By Olu Falae (

Alleged Terrrorism: How Ijaw Leader, Chief Oboko Was Handcuffed and Detained in Toilet in America (

Customs 'Can't Give Accurate Figures On Oil Lifting' (

Sunday, September 07, 2008

Oyebanji to Take over As Mobil Nigeria Chair (This Day)

House of Jola Dazzles At the South African Fashion Week (

Dokpesi Reveals Secrets of a Journalist (

Yar'Adua Down With Renal Problem? (

Politician Seeks ANPP's Withdrawal From GNU (

17 Days of Waiting for Mr President (

FG Tasked On Casualisation (

Gunmen Kidnap Community Leader In Nigeria - Military (Nasdaq)

Nigeria to Spray Pest-Ravaged Northern Farmlands (Planet Ark)

Nigeria to spray pest-ravaged northern farmlands (AlertNet)

Saturday, September 06, 2008

South Africa 0-1 Uche snatches win (ESPN

South Africa out of African Cup after losing 1-0 to Nigeria (Canadian Press via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria sink luckless South Africa (FIFA)

Soccer-Nigeria snatch 1-0 away win over World Cup hosts S.Africa (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria sink brave Bafana (Independent Online)

Nigeria end SA Nations Cup hopes (BBC News)

South Africa/Bafana Bafana vs Super Eagles Live (

Nigeria crush Bafana's dreams (News 24 South Africa)

Nigeria's president returns home after long trip (The Post-Standard)

Nigeria's president returns home after long trip (The Charlotte Observer)

Agoro Wants Yar'Adua to Imitate Gaddafi On Oil Windfall (

NPL/NFF Crisis - Adamu's True Confession (

I Was Retired for Refusing Bribe - Ex-Customs Boss (

Why Chukwumerije Should Lead A Revolution for Change in Sports Leadership (

South Africa/Mccarthy Captains, Surprise in Defence (

Cyber Crime - Time to Stop County's Dominance (

Nigeria President Returns From Saudi Arabia Amid Health Questions (Nasdaq)

Friday, September 05, 2008

High Cement Cost is Global, Says FG (

Benni to lead Bafana against Nigeria (SABC News)

Nigeria ends N.Y. filmmaker Berends' detention (The Journal News)

Brief Release for Prisoner (New York Times)

Two French hostages freed in Nigeria - ministry (The Economic Times)

Two French hostages seen freed in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Filmmaker released to U.S. Embassy in Nigeria (The Journal News)

Gazprom makes a strong move into Nigeria, but risks remain to realizing production (Energy Business Review)

Two French hostages seen freed in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

U.S. filmmaker provisionally released in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Kidnapped Frenchmen freed in Nigeria's oil hub: diplomats (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria/South Africa: Olofinjana - We'll Defend Nigeria's Pride (

Nigeria/South Africa: 'Players Respect Yakubu' - Amokachi (

Soccer-Nigeria captain's armband gives Aiyegbeni extra drive (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

Fake Policeman Paraded (

NUJ Gives Shell Ultimatum Over Detention of Journalists (

Glo Unveils Seven New Offers to Mark 5th Anniversary (

Unesco Hails Yar 'Adua's Seven-Point Agenda (

Adamu Advocates Stable Fertilizer Policy (

Yar'Adua Govt Needs Restructuring, Says ANPP (

Marwa to Replace Ali As Envoy to South Africa (

Marwa to Replace Ali As Ambassador to South Africa (

Unemployment is Time Bomb - Omar (

We Never Apologised to Zimbabwe - Maduekwe (

FAAN Partners Lagos on Tree Planting at Airport (

Nigeria Appoints 40-Member Committee On Niger Delta Crisis (Nasdaq)

Where are Our Wise Men? (

South Africa/Moment of Truth for Bafana Coach (

South Africa/Van Heerden Urges Bafana Teammates On (

Obe Blames Politicians' Failure on Women (

Why We're Purchasing Cars for House Members - Ndume, House Minority Leader (

Nigeria and Russia sign gas pact (Calcutta News)

West Africa: Nexportrade Berths in Monrovia on Nigeria's National Day (

Nigeria sets up Niger Delta peace committee (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Anxiety Mounts Over Yar'Adua's Health As His Return is Delayed (

Siemens Power Deal (

Umaru Asks Appeal Court to Nullify Election of Governor Babangida of Niger State (

EG, Niomr Back From Thailand for Food Security (

The Audacity of Americans (

Azikiwe Varsity to Admit 3,700 Students (

Only Foreign Coach Can Save Falcons - Jegede (

Marwa Replaces Ali as Ambassador to South Africa (

Yar'Adua Foundation Backs Olymaat Multi-Level Marketing (

The Impact of Corruption on Human Rights (2) (

Thursday, September 04, 2008

WHO Urges Action To Kick Polio Out Of Nigeria (Medical News Today)

Nigeria to Host ILO Regional Training Centre (This Day)

(CPJ Press Freedom Online)

Country to Host Science Olympiad in 2020 (

Nigeria fans bay for coach's blood (SABC News)

Oyo Boosts Power Supply With $78 Million (

Day UNN Teachers, Students Drilled Iwu on 2007 Election (

Sudan, Nigeria to revive bilateral agreements (People's Daily)

Nigeria, Russia sign gas exploration pact (People's Daily)

Nigeria, Russia sign gas exploration pact (New Kerala)

Nigeria's New Agbami Oil Exports Delayed (Rigzone)

75 Die in Road Accidents in Six Months, FRSC (

Itsekiri Graduates Challenge Chevron on Social Responsibility (

700,000 Teachers Registered Nationwide, TRCN (

Yakubu to Captain Eagles (

Nigeria/South Africa: Eagles Unleash Pressure (

PDP, a Failed Ruling Party (

West Africa: Nigeria Maintains Position, Cameroon Overhauls England (

Call for truth on Nigeria leader (BBC News)

Yar'Adua - Doctors Order More Tests (

Filmmaker with local ties held in Nigeria (The Journal News)

Nigeria/South Africa: 'Peterside Has His Own Agenda' - Hack (

Service Chiefs - Private Jetties Pose Security Risk (

NCAA May Sanction Ethiopian Airline (

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Sudan, Nigeria to Revive Bilateral Agreements (This Day)

Putnam Valley mom worries for filmmaker son held in Nigeria (The Journal News)

DOJ: Former KBR chief Stanley pleads guilty to foreign bribery charges for work in Nigeria (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)

DOJ: Former KBR chief Stanley pleads guilty to foreign bribery charges for work in Nigeria (Canadian Business)

'Transparency, Accountability Should Start From the Home' (

Nigeria Now Africa's No.1 Oil Producer (Rigzone)

Bayelsa, Gabros Fight Over Okonkwo (

Russia, Nigeria Reach Energy Cooperation Deal (Industry Week)

American Filmmaker Arrested in Nigeria (New York Times)

Yakubu to captain Nigeria against S.Africa (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Gunmen kidnap toddler in southern military (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Russia, Nigeria reach energy cooperation deal (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Nigeria Seizes Obama Fundraiser Cash (Nasdaq)

American documentary filmmaker arrested in Nigeria (Las Vegas Sun)

US documentary filmmaker arrested (The Kansas City Star)

American Journalist Arrested in Nigeria (New York Times)

American documentary filmmaker arrested in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

The Establishment of the Local Police Force (

US documentary filmmaker arrested (Las Vegas Sun)

Entertainment Highway Ltd. (HiTV), Nigeria Chooses MagnaQuest for Its DTH Operations (Broadcast Newsroom)

US journalist arrested in oil region (GMA News)

US documentary filmmaker arrested (Miami Herald)

American documentary filmmaker arrested in Nigeria (The Charlotte Observer)

U.S. documentary filmmaker arrested (Boston Herald)

Nigeria cash raised on Obama name seized (UPI)

Nigeria's Kanu and Yobo pull out of S.Africa clash (AFP via Yahoo! News)

US documentary filmmaker arrested (AP via Yahoo! News)

Monday, September 01, 2008

N1 Billion Laboratory Equipment Dumped (

WHO: Nigeria, Dragging Polio Eradication Back (This Day)

Lucozade Offers Soccer Nutrition Strategies (

Nigeria Military Denies Losing 29 Troops In Clashes With MEND (Nasdaq)

The Sense And Absurdity of the Nudity Bill (

Fuel - Presbyterian Church Faults FG Over Subsidy (

Afribank Posts Highest Return on Shareholders' Funds (

Zain Wins Best Customer Service Award (

FG Urged to Implement 30 Percent Affirmative Action for Women (

'FG Yet to Formalise Trade Relations With S'Arabia' (

Bafana in PE to prepare for Nigeria clash (SABC News)

Kidnapped Israeli released in Nigeria (Middle East Times)

Meet the Power Wives (

Dissecting Yar'Adua's Presidency (

Seeks Private Partnership On Cancer (

Nigeria says kidnappers release Israeli hostage (GMA News)

Zain, MTV, Align to Develop Emerging Local Artistes (

NNPC, Exxonmobil Agree on Petrol Project (

Country, Indonesia Trade Volume Hits $1.3 Billion (

Challenges of Mortgage Financing in Country (

Nicon, Nigeria Re Get New Licence (

Gowon Laments Slow Pace of National Devt (

Still On PDP's Alarm, And NUG's Anger (

Kidnapped Israeli released in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Sunday, August 31, 2008

Ramazan begins in Libya, Nigeria (Dawn)

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