Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for October 2008

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Nigeria Complies with OPEC Production Cut (This Day)

Nigeria anti-graft drive threatened (Financial Times)

Release World Bank Grant to Miners, Chairman Urges FG (

US Aug Crude Imports Highest Since Sep '07; Nigeria Gains (Nasdaq)

Nigeria cuts oil exports (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nitel Begins Repair of SAT-3 Atlantic Cables (

Amodu/Siasia Combo Could Work (

Total to Boost Production Output at Nigeria's OML 58 (Rigzone)

Nigeria Slashes Crude Exports Following OPEC Cut (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria cuts oil exports (AP via Yahoo! News)

Union Bank Reports 93.5 Percent Net Profit Growth (

The World Stood Still for Another Nigerian (

The Politics of Selecting Sans (

The Grand Illusion Called Vision 2020 (

Nigeria suspends multi-billion-dollar Chinese rail project (AFP via Yahoo! News)

FG to Sanction Airlines, Others for Owing N8.9 Billion Debt (

After Making U-Turn On U-17 World Cup - FG to Sack Nigeria 2009 LOC (

What Electronic Voter Card is to Nigerians (

Sony Ericsson Captures Emerging Markets With R300 Radio Phones (

Country Records 418 Oil Spills in Six Months (

50 Exhibitors Prepare for Nitex 2008 (

Nigeria Reduces November, December Crude Exports After OPEC Cut (Bloomberg)

Uba, First Bank Rated as Top Two Patronised Banks - Efina (

Nigeria Suspends $8.3 Billion Chinese Rail Project - Officials (Nasdaq)

Okonjo Gives Recipe for Development, As 3,349 Students Graduate At AAU (

The Problem With the Anti-Corruption War (

Group Condemns Abduction of 62-Year-Old Leader (

Foreign Investors Inspired Confidence in Banks, Staked N117 Billion in 2007 (

Capitalise on Global Economic Crisis- Onaiyekan (

Minister Queries Integrity of Insurance Coys (

Keyamo Wants EFCC, ICPC, Police to Arrest U-17 LOC Members (

Nigeria 2009 - NFF Hails Federal Government (

Sack - PHCN Workers Threaten to Cripple Power (

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Flamingoes Off to Winning Start (

Early strike sets Nigeria on the way (FIFA)

UN Security Council: ‘African Countries Oppose Nigeria’s Quest’ (This Day)

Nigeria’ll Overcome Economic Crisis, Says Yar’Adua (This Day)

Nigeria in U-turn on U-17 tourney (The Star)

Digitalisation Will Improve Broadcast Services in Country - Tim Bealor (

Presidency - As Supreme Court Adjourns Sine Die for Judgment (

Nigeria says it will host 2009 U17 World Cup (7 News Boston)

Nigeria will host '09 Under 17 World Cup (Sports Illustrated)

Shell's power plant kicks off in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria says will host 2009 Under 17 World Cup (Canadian Press via Yahoo! News)

Visa - U.S. Embassy Begins New Appointment Process (

How Country Can Become Leading Economy, By Shonekan (

Suburban Addresses Internet Problem in Country (

Soccer: Nigeria says it will host 2009 U17 World Cup (Honolulu Advertiser)

Nafdac Clamps Down on Importers, Exporters of Substandard Goods (

Seven Million Nigerians Stand Against Poverty, Canvass FOI Law (

Power Remains the Biggest Concern for Telecom Operators in Country - Goodluck (

FG Seeks More Quality Service From Telecoms Operators (

'Empowerment of Rural Dwellers Key to Development' (

U.S. Copies UK On Visa Process (

7-Point Agenda, MDGs, Vision 2020 to Be Achieved Through Fish Production (

Nigeria says it will host 2009 U17 World Cup (Rocky Mountain News)

Virgin Nigeria Appoints Dapo Olumide As CCO (

NFF Hail Govt Over World Cup (

Nigeria in U-turn over hosting youth world cup (ESPN

NLC Working on Higher Salary Demand From FG -Omar (

Yar'Adua's Seven Point Agenda Must Not Fail- Ogbulafor (

Martins on Target in Toon Win (

Soccer-Nigeria performs U-turn over hosting youth world cup (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

ANPP Dissolves Sokoto Caretaker Committee (

Itsekure Warns National Assembly Not to Scrap LGs (

Buck-Passing Starts Over Bloated Budget (

Prosecute Nigeria 2009 LOC Now - Citizens Tell Yar'Adua (

Nigeria in U-17 World Cup U-turn (BBC News)

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Country Makes U-17 U-Turn, Budget N9 Billion (

Christians to pray for religious freedom in Nigeria (Christian Today)

Faan Threatens to Sanction Airlines Over N8.9 Billion Debt (

Namibia Lawmakers Here, Study Country's Constitution (

Nigeria makes u-turn on U-17 FIFA tournament (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Leaders Lack Ideas - Jerry Gana (

'We're Bringing Back John Deere Tractors After 26 Years' (

APRM Commends Country Review (

Gauging the Developmental Momentum in Anambra (

Africom, Threat to Country's Sovereignty -Oboko (

I Don't See the Country Escaping the Ghana-Style Revolution - Iyayi (

The Presidential Tsunami (

Iwu And the Games Igbo Play With Their Most Famous Sons (

We Will Capture 30 Percent of Market in Three Years, Says Etisalat (

Nigeria's Apam extends Nice stay (BBC News)

Seven Years of GSM Revolution (

Capitalism Crisis And Waz, the Nigerian (

Banks Lose N2.8 Billion to Fraudsters (

N5 Billion is Enough for U-17 World Cup - Runsewe (

PHCN to Pay N16 Billion Debt in Two Weeks - Senate (

Korean Firm Yet to Pay $231 Million Signature Bonus Three Years After (

Edo Appeal - Pray for Me, Says Oshiomhole (

We're Here for the Cup - Flamingoes Coach (

Why El-Rufai Demolished Bulet Hqtrs-Ismaila Isa (

Enhancing African Economy Through Quality Education (

Domestic Gas Demand to Reach Six BCF/D By 2012 -FG (

Monday, October 27, 2008

Adeyemi-Wilson Seeks Return to AFN Presidency (

National Clearance System Underway for Mobile Advert Levies (

Chime Sinks N329 Million Boreholes (

Promotion Bait for New Record Holders (

We Won't Resign, ANPP Officials Tell Critics (

Ojediran's Seventh Novel Released (

Colombia Backs Coach for Friendly (

Ex-Army Chief Canvasses Support for Yar'Adua (

Dangote Cement Outlines Vision for Industry (

RPT-Pfizer keen to settle Nigeria drug trial lawsuits (AlertNet)

Excess Crude Account Hits $17 Billion (

SON Must Certify Quality of Products - DG (

Govs Responsible for North's Poverty - Isyaku Ibrahim (

Fishermen Want World Food Day Renamed World Farmers Day (

Global Financial Crisis - Union Bank Charts Path of Wisdom (

Group Petitions Yar'Adua Over African Youth Charter (

Why Nigerian Banks Need Bail-Out (

Driving Education (

Bank Chief, Envoy, Invite Investors to Country (

Africa Stocks: Nigeria Slides for Seventh Week; Kenya Declines (Bloomberg)

Scrap States/LGs' Joint Account, Nulge Boss Urges (

Airspace is 'Unsafe, Dangerous' (

Leosmart - Customers Endorse New Product (

Is ANPP Heading for the Rocks? (

Chinese Exporters Destroy Nigerian Textile Industry, Lament Man, NTMA (

Obama And Mccain - Lessons for African Rulers (

Ican Advises FG On Fiscal (

Parkes' Stunning Wish - Bury Me in Nigeria When I Die (

Name Award to Gulp N50 Million (

We Need Special Courts to Fight Corruption - Ican President (

AC to PDP - You Have Nothing to Celebrate At 10 (

Ecobank Announces Winners for Entrepreneur Business Reality Show (

Globe Reinsurance Makes Move to Acquire Nigeria Reglobe (

Groups Commend Falana Over Awards (

Country is Rich in Cultural Civilisation -Chinese Counselor (

Poor Access to Micro Credits May Threaten Vision 2020 - CBN (

Six Electrocuted While Watching Chelsea/Roma Match (

Shake-Up in PHCN, NIPP MD, 12 Others Sacked (

U-17 World Cup - Fifa to Discuss the Country (

Three Suspected Oil Bunkerers Caught (

What Government Should Do to Take Sports Out of the Woods (

Sean Kingston Storms Lagos (

Nigeria’s Airspace is ‘Unsafe, Dangerous’ (This Day)

Free Assisted Pregnancy for Two Families! i'm Hoping for Triplets - Beneficiary (

"I Am Moved By the Isolation and Poverty of the Elderly" - DR Emem Omokaro (

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Yobo Pleased With Man Utd Point (

Onwuachi Sinks Peyias (

Flamingoes Hit New Zealand (

Yobo Looks to Man U for Season-Changer (

Montessori represent Nigeria in the Model United Nations (The Somerset Reporter)

Nigeria ITF: Divij loses in final (

Etisalat Nigeria announces the start of its commercial services (AME Info)

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Etisalat starts services in Nigeria (

Mexico willing to host U-17 event after Nigeria pulls out (The Star)

Microsoft Combats Cybercrime in Nigeria (PC World)

Nation is One of Africa's Greatest Democracies - Yar'Adua (

Oil Workers Call Off Strike (

Pirates hijack Nigeria oil ship, attack two others (AlertNet)

Pirates hijack Nigeria oil ship, attack two others (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Fifa confirms Nigeria decision (BBC News)

Friday, October 24, 2008

Nigeria U-17 World Cup LOC cut budget (People's Daily)

The crisis isn't here yet but Nigeria's prepared (TODAYonline)

The crisis isn't here yet but Nigeria's prepared (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Saipem awarded turnkey onshore contract in Nigeria (Energy Business Review)

Civil Defence Corps Sight 188 Boats Owned By 'Bunkerers' (

Zenon-Chevron - Court Adjourns Ruling Till Oct 29 (

World Bank - Improvement On Corruption Index 'Startling' (

Rebranding Pushes Zain 3rd Quarter Profit to $327 Million (

CAMEROON-Bakassi's displaced in flux, peninsula vulnerable (AlertNet)

ANPP - Ume Ezeoke's Position is Illegal -Integrity Group (

Vision 2020 - Don Offers Recipe for Rapid Growth (

Why Country is Underdeveloped -Sen. Ugbane (

Bankrupt FAAN Demands Lifeline From FG (

Government Should Address Problems of Minority in the Country-Adetola Kazeem (SAN) (

Oshiomhole Unsettles House (

U-17 World Cup - Stop This Embarrassment - Onigbinde Cautions (

Underdevelopment in the North (

World Bank Lauds 'Improvement' On Corruption Index (

Rising Incidence of Polio (

Before President Yar'Adua's Energy Emergency (

Nigeria Halts 590,000 Barrels of Oil a Day on Militant Attacks (Bloomberg)

Etisalat Launches Commercial Operations (

Experts Seek Solution to Debts Owed Insurance Companies (

Software - SAS Targets Exponential Growth (

Country's Improvement On Corruption Index Startling, Says World Bank (

Professional Women Underutilized- Kusamotu (

Constitutional Amendment And Our Democracy (2) (

Could the Clamour for More States Mar Constitution Review Exercise? (

80 Percent of Inmates in Country Prisons Say They Have Been Beaten/Tortured By Police - Amnesty/ Ledap (

Another Boost to Rural Telephony (

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Delta Coaches Hold Coaches' Week (

Democracy Depends on You, U.S. Envoy Tells Senate (

Hayatou 'Embarrassed' By Withdrawal (

Nigeria decide not to host U-17 World Cup (The Star)

Niger Releases N7.58 Million to 215 Smedan Trainees (

Cameron Duodu: Torture, forced confessions and bribery are endemic on Nigeria's death row (Guardian Unlimited)

2010 Draws - Adequate Preparation is Key - Ojo-Oba (

U.S. Ambassador Tasks Local Women on Money Politics (

Nigeria gives up under-17 event (BBC News)

What to Do With the Land Use Act? (

Nigeria's Anti-Corruption Czar Criticizes Immunity Law (Voice of America)

Illegitimacy Bane of Yar'Adua's Government -Useni (

Shekarau's Harvest of Awards (

How Many Private Jetties are There in Country? (

Soludo Allays Fear of Gobal Melt Down (

DHL Lifts Isolo Community Day Celebrations (

PDP, Best Thing to Happen to Country -Akpabio (

News blogger detained in Nigeria (BBC News)

Nigeria court defers ruling on presidential vote (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

SNA Explodes Thunder During October Rain Exhibition... (

Africast 2008 - Expert Warns On 2012 Digital Deadline (

Nupeng, Pengassan Suspend Planned Strike (

Opposition Lacks Focus - Gov Akpabio (

Unethical Practices - CBN to Sanction Erring Banks (

Ojo-Oba, Amodu Satisfied With Draw (

Waiting for Appeal Court (

Mixed Reactions Trail Eagles Draw (

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Ojo-Oba, Amodu Calm Over 2010 Draw (

VN, Nigeria push for stronger trade ties (Việt Nam News)

Nigeria loses billions to urban decay (SABC News)

Our Opponents Are Equal - Odiah (

"Waiting for the hangman" (Amnesty International)

Vietnam, Nigeria boost trade-investment relations (Vietnam Net)

Financial crisis stops Nigeria hosting U-17 World Cup (Deepika)

Country Safe From Global Financial Crisis - Soludo (

The Supreme Court - Once More History Beckons! (

Officials Seek Source of Deadly Gastroenteritis (

763 Nigerians On Death Row Amnesty International (

Soccer-Financial crisis stops Nigeria hosting U-17 World Cup (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

80 Percent Nigerians On Death Row Innocent - Amnesty (

NIPR Honours Lawan (

Fake Drugs - Nafdac Bans 22 Indian Firms (

2008 Christian Pilgrimage - Country Officials to Assess Israel (

CBN Goes Tough On Western Union Agents (

Nigeria's giants target ticket (FIFA)

Wrong People Are in Charge of Nigerian Affairs - Odu (

Zain Nigeria cuts international tariffs (InfoWorld)

Tunisia face Nigeria in World Cup qualifying draw (Middle East Online)

CMD Blames Project Failure On Poor Evaluation (

Tunisia will be Nigeria's toughest hurdle, says Amokachi (Khaleej Times)

Cementing the Trade Bond (

Nigeria U-17 World Cup in doubt (BBC News)

Nigeria's budget based on $45 per barrel (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Achebe to Deliver Ahiajoku Lecture (

Akpabio - Opposition Too Disorganised to Rule Country (

What About the Labour Market? (

Nigeria's 2009 Budget Based On $45/Bbl Crude - Oil Minister (INO News)

Court Convicts Western Atlas Over Illegal Disposal of Toxic Waste (

Common Wealth's ICT Pilot Projects - 'Country Not in Top 10' (

Telecom Expert Takes a Swipe At Yar' Adua's Seven-Point Agenda (

Country Loses Much From Lack of Automation-Sarumi (

Experts Brainstorm On Agriculture (

Financial Meltdown - Stockbrokers Owe Banks N600 Billion (

Globe Re Investors Lobby to Buy Nigeria Re for N5.6 Billion (

Let's Use Country Brains (

Funding snag hits plans by Nigeria to host FIFA tourney (Soccer Way)

Nafdac Blacklists 22 Indian Pharmaceutical Firms (

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-10-22 10:43 Nigeria says would be comfortable with oil at $80 (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-10-22 10:54 UPDATE 1-Nigeria union suspends strike threat over NNPC plans (Interactive Investor)

Funding snag hits plans by Nigeria to host FIFA tourney (TODAYonline)

LAGOS, Rights group urges freeze on executions (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Funding snag hits plans by Nigeria to host FIFA tourney (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

CBN Set to Take Over Banks' Toxic Assets (

C’wealth’s ICT Pilot Projects: ‘Nigeria Not in Top 10’ (This Day)

Amnesty Int’l: 736 Persons on Death Row in Nigeria (This Day)

Akpabio: Opposition Too Disorganised to Rule Nigeria (This Day)

Black Stars lock horns with Nigeria (

Uche Hails Amodu (

E-Tranzact to Launch ATM Mobile Cardless (

FG Warns China Against Using Country As Dumping Ground for Products (

Unemployment Poses Grave Danger - TUC (

'Forced Confessions' Condemn Hundreds (

Poverty and the death penalty in Nigeria (Amnesty International)

Officials seek source of deadly gastroenteritis (AlertNet)

Shell Nigeria Gas Connects More Companies in Ota (

Sustaining Democracy in Project Nigeria (

CBN Denies N600 Billion Bailout Plan for Capital Market (

N16 Billion NGC Debt - Senate Summons Ministers (

Super Eagles B Team Clash With Tornadoes (

AI: Dozens on Nigeria's death row may be innocent (GMA News)

Rights group calls for death penalty moratorium in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Yar'Adua to Declare Open Third Naval Conference (

Actionaid to Launch Food Right Programme (

Country Pick 21 for Fifa U-17 Women's World Cup (

Bloody Clash Between Police, NSCDC Averted (

Onyejekwe Becomes SNEPCO's MD (

ANPP - Resign, Ume-Ezeoke Resign! (

Govt Loses $5.1 Billion to Environmental Degradation (

Ndukwe - Country Has Achieved 80 Percent Phone Penetration (

We'll Embrace Opposition -Council Chairman (

Total Nigeria Signs U.S.$3 Billion Contracts for OML 58 Upgrade (

FG Earns $300 Billion Revenue From Oil (

Amodu May Experiment Against Colombia (

Six Die in Auto Crash in Calabar (

Court to Rule on Moppan Case Against Censorship Board Monday (

U.S. Mission Discusses 'Women in Politics' Today (

EU-Prime to Spend N1.3 Billion on Polio Eradication (

Nigeria-China Trade Hits $3 Billion (

Volume of Trade With China in Excess of $3 Billion (

Fifth Northern Nigeria Literature Conference - a Pace-Setting Movement (

Monday, October 20, 2008

Gambian officials to handle Ghana-Nigeria CHAN qualifier (

Nigeria Loses $5.1bn to Environmental Degradation (This Day)

Ndukwe: Nigeria Has Achieved 80% Phone Penetration (This Day)

Avoid Uwais' Mistake, Sule Hamma Advises Supreme Court (

NLNG Accuses Nipco of Monopolising Gas Market (

EPAs Could Undermine Country's Manufacturing Base (

Greeks Celebrate 50 Years in Country (

Namibia: Nigeria Asks for Banking Licence (

PPA Berates CBN Over Poor Economy (

Gowon Celebrates At 74 (

Roads Nigeria PLC Posts N1 Billion Turnover (

Bringing Convention to Bellissimo (

CBN Issues Guidelines On Purchase of BTA for 2008 Hajj (

The Plot Against Tokunbo Cars (

Efficiency and Proper Pricing in Oil and Gas (

Country Records Marginal Increase in Women Legislators (

Promasidor Reveals New Communication Materials (

FG Names Oceanic Best Bank in Poverty Eradication (

Shamsudeen, Daggash, Soludo Appear Before Senate Tomorrow (

ANPP Crisis Deepens (

50 Nabbed for Killing Customs Officer (

Niger Govt, Smedan Train 220 Entrepreneurs (

Where Are Their Killers? (

Economic Crisis - We Have Confidence in Soludo -- PSP (

Nigeria cuts benchmark oil price to $45 in '09 budget (Khaleej Times)

Kennis Music Stages Come-Back to NB PLC (

Niger Bridge is Falling Down, Falling Down, Falling Down (

Local League Fast Improving - Christopher (

For a Social Security Scheme (

$510 Billion Needed for Infrastructure in 10 Years - FG (

Sovereign Trust, Virgin Nigeria Boost Tourism (

Faan Closes Maiduguri Airport, Rehabilitates Others (

CBN On 24-Hour Alert to Safeguard Foreign Reserves (

Ports Concessions - Union Exonerates NPA Mgt (

Improvement in Corruption Rating Insignificant - CCB (

Don't Waste Further Energy On Lagos Polls, AC Tells ANPP, PDP (

Countless Colours of Nafest '08 (

ANPP Group Moves to Unseat Ume-Ezeoke As Chairman (

10 Steps Forward, Nine Steps Backward (

Impediments to National Vision (

TI's New Rating Stoking Fresh Controversy On Corruption (

Suswam Opens Darts Confab (

Kano Pledges Successful U-17 Tourney (

Crude Oil, the Budget, And Government (

Olatawura's Death, a Great Loss - NBA (

Mortgage Not Yet a Viable Tool for Homeownership, Says Owuye (

Shinkafi's Planned Defection And the Aftermath (

Women Participation in Legislative Process Increases By Two Percent (

No Regrets on Bugari, Says Ume-Ezeoke (

Nigeria's Inflation Widens to 13% as Food, Energy Prices Rise (Bloomberg)

Sunday, October 19, 2008

FG Opts for Massive Importation of Fuel (

Oil groups fear Nigeria reforms (Financial Times)

Emirs still hold power in Nigeria (The Star)

Emirs still hold power in Nigeria (The Post-Standard)

Polio could be wiped out in Nigeria thanks to improved vaccine (News-Medical-Net)

Emirs still hold power in Nigeria (Bay News 9 Tampa Bay)

Emirs still hold power in Nigeria (The Charlotte Observer)

Emirs still hold power in Nigeria (San Francisco Chronicle)

Powerful Islamic rulers in northern Nigeria fight religious fundamentalism (AM New York)

Emirs still hold power in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Polio Could Be Wiped Out In Nigeria With Improved Vaccine, Says Study (Science Daily)

Nigeria cuts budget as oil exports fall (

Nigeria cuts budget as oil exports fall (UPI)

Nigeria To Cut Expenditure In '09 Budget Due To Econ Crisis (Nasdaq)

Nigeria pirates demand ransom for fishing crews: report (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Friday, October 17, 2008

Malaria kills 401 in Nigeria (Gulf Times)

Friday: Day in photos - Nigeria (

Govt, Cuba Enter Cordial Relationship (

Iccon Canvasses Awareness on Electronic Waste (

Transit Charges At International Borders (

Aerial Crop Spraying in Country (

Magawata's Touch, NTA And Our Media (

Yuguda's Frankness (

Corruption Bane of Our Development - Oshiomhole (

A Death So Gruesome (

Niger Releases N7.58m to 215 Smedan Trainees (

Stock Market Loses N42 Billion - NDIC to Monitor Banks (

Akpala Ready And Waiting (

Nulge Protests Plans to Expunge LGs From Constitution (

Malaria kills 401 people (AlertNet)

Nigeria Cuts 2009 Budget Over Oil Price Slump (Nasdaq)

Nigeria cuts after oil price fall (BBC News)

Nigeria to slash 2009 budget amid oil price slump (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Corruption - ICPC Charges Customs on Accountability (

Soludo Okays Access Bank Brand in UK (

Waziri Tasks LG Workers on Accountability (

Only Revolution Can Change Nigeria - Eskor Toyo (

Countries Agricultural Assets More Powerful Than Oil - IITA (

The Anti-Tobacco Campaign (

Radio Journalist Killed in Ambush (

Nigerians Want Corrupt Persons Convicted, Ican President Tells FG (

Neimeth Elected Member of UNGCNN Steering Committee (

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Early Return for Martins (

Pirates Hijack Eight Local Vessels (

Killer Milk - Nafdac Clamps Down on Raw Materials From China (

‘Why Nigeria Supported Palestine’s IPU Membership Bid’ (This Day)

Plight of Prison Inmates (

Edo Councils Urged to Stop Diverting Internal Revenue (

Nigeria's Stumbling Democracy and Its Implications for Africa's Democratic Movement (

FG to Revive Scholarship Scheme, Says Minister (

UK Urges Online Visa Application (

CNPP Wants Waziri Sacked Over Obasanjo (

75 Percent Consumers Complain About Fake Products to SON (

Maritime Industry - High Investment Opportunities, Low Investment Inflow (

Nigeria says it repels attack on crude terminal (Houston Chronicle)

Here Anything Goes, Stupid! (

Chief Judge Seeks Independent Judiciary (

Efina Secures N1.965 Billion From Ford, Dfid (

'Remote Sensing, Tool for Environmental Management' (

Railway Modernisation to Provide 50,000 Jobs - CCECC (

Fresh Traffic Chaos Looms in Lagos (

Efina Partners Financial Institutions to Boost Economy (

Ecobank Shares Offer Closes Friday (

Coy Introduces New Building Construction System (

Polio Could Be Wiped Out In Nigeria Thanks To Improved Vaccine, Says Study (Medical News Today)

Ecobank Concludes Share Reconstruction Exercise (

Reflections on NDDC's Abia Medical Scheme (

Nut Faults World Bank on Unqualified Teachers (

CNPP Wants Farida Sacked Over Obasanjo (

Oyinlola Hails Unesco on Osogbo Centre (

Agra,IFDC Float N427 Million Credit Facility for Agro Dealers (

What About RVSM? (

Nigeria, India Bilateral Trade Hits $8 Billion Annually (

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Vaccine 'could end Nigeria polio' (BBC News)

Polio could be wiped out in Nigeria thanks to improved vaccine, says study (PhysOrg)

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Effectiveness of Immunization against Paralytic Poliomyelitis in Nigeria (New England Journal of Medicine)

Polio could be wiped out in Nigeria thanks to improved vaccine, says study (EurekAlert!)

U.S.$5.9 Billion Contract Scam - Gov Uduaghan Nails Chevron (

Don't Vilify Obasanjo - Lamido (

Poly Workers Issue 21- Day Strike Notice Over Unpaid Benefits (

NLC Cautions Govt Against Punishing Workers (

Nigeria concerned over falling oil price: minister (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Niger Govt Disburses N7.6 Million to 215 Trainees (

Shehu Adamu's Full Hands Cripples Progress (

Zain Links South-South With Fixed Phones (

Challenges of E-Waste Management in the Country's Market (

US Aug Crude Imports Most Since September 2007; Nigeria Gains (Nasdaq)

Utaka Returns to Training (

Nigeria Court Orders Shell To Give Up Oil Terminal Land: AFP (Fox News)

West Africa: Nigeria, Cameroon to Build On Peaceful Handover of Bakassi (

EFA By 2015 - Can the Country Attain the Goals? (

Obodo Warns Eagles Against Complacency (

ICAN Wants N3 Trillion LG Funds Probed (

Sylva - Best Crisis Manager (

Court Orders Shell to Forfeit Bonny Terminal Land (

CIIN Assures Students on Examination (

Nigeria/Zambia: Zambia Coach Prefers Showdown (

Alaafin Sad With Peters' Loss (

Maitama Sule Wants Interim Govt Before Polls (

ANPP Warns Zamfara Governor (

Stakeholders Meet On Working Conditions for Journalists (

90 Percent of Raw Materials Used in Country Imported, Says RMRDC (

Senior Civil Servants Call for Obasanjo's Probe (

Strange Way to Fight Corruption (

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

NFF 'Ready to Do Everything' for Eagles (

Nigeria Will Act to Solve Niger Delta Disputes, Yar'Adua Says (Bloomberg)

Financial Crisis: Nigeria Must Tighten Belt, Says Okonjo-Iweala (This Day)

ANPP - Still in Throes of Crisis Over GNU (

Summit - Adamawa Govt Refutes Media Reports (

NNPC Urged to Make Floating Stations Functional (

Nesrea Maps-Out Plan for Enforcing Environmental Laws (

Cameroon-Nigeria Multinational Highway Project Under Study (

Akunyili Faults Law Against Fake Drugs (

Nobel Laureate, Product of Nigeria, Says French President (

FG Tasks Committee on Digital Broadcasting (

Angola: Ambassador to Nigeria Congratulates Parliament Speaker (

U.I. Students Protest Hike in Fees (

AfriBank Post N17.22 Billion PBT in 6 Months (

Can Women's Wing Worried Over Kidnap, Robbery (

Customs Remits N5.2 Trillion to Treasury, Says Ahmed (

Another Online Supreme Court Report Debuts (

Virgin Nigeria, Bellview to Start Operations in Cameroon (

Transparency International's Annual Corruption Perceptions Index (

'Main One Cable Project, a Boost to Internet Access' (

Nulge Threatens Strike Over Plans to Sack 5,000 Workers (

Shell Nigeria Output Drops to 412,000 B/D (

Nurses Condemn State of Primary Health Care (

First Bank Wins Four Awards in Washington (

Labour Disagrees With FG On Decent Work (

Government and Fiscal Allocations (

SON Destroys N161 Million Worth of Products (

Nupengassan Kicks Against Sale of EPCL By BPE (

Constituency Delimitation And Electoral Democracy (

FG Inaugurates 25-Member Committee On Analogue to Digital Broadcast (

I Will Not Join PDP - Gov Sheriff (

Virgin Nigeria Launches Flights to Monrovia And Enugu (

Alison-Madueke, Customs Disagree On Private Jetty (

Global Credit Crisis - What Happened to Consolidated Banks? (

Kutigi Warns Magistrates Against Corruption (

Akinola Criticises America for Promoting Godless Society (

Nothing Wrong With Our Constitution - Belgore (

Monday, October 13, 2008

Cameroon: Post-Bakassi Palaver - Nigeria Evokes Anglo-German Treaty (

Africa: Cameroon-Nigeria Joint Commission - Mutual Patrols to Keep Commission On Track (

Oil Windfall Account Depleted - Soludo (

Gunmen free Filipino captives in Nigeria (Gulf Times)

Nobel Laureate, Product of Nigeria, Says French President (This Day)

Virgin Nigeria, Bellview to Start Operations in Cameroon (This Day)

CNPP Accuses ACF of Influencing Supreme Court (

Northern Economic Summit - North Urged to Commit 40 Percent Budget to Education (

NLC Explains Reason for Trustfund Investment (

Sa'adu Zungur And Future of Northern Youths (

Sylva Wins Security, Conflict Resolution Awards (

Africa Stocks: Nigeria Slides, Ghana Posts First Weekly Loss (Bloomberg)

Filipino hostages released in Nigeria - military (AlertNet)

Yobe SSG Tasks Journalists On Professionalism (

Rural Telephony Project Can't Succeed Without Commitment - Nokia (

Economic Summit Recommends (

MTN Partners FCMB On Wide Area Network Solutions (

Afribank Posts N17.22 Billion in 6 Months (

Security - Annan, Mahama, Ringim Get Awards (

Presidential Poll - Buhari Alleges Plots to Influence Judges (

Contending With Enemies of Progress (

Why We Have Delayed Action On Etteh -Justice Ayoola, ICPC Boss (

Kaduna Airport Closure - Chanchangi Airline Relocates to NAF (

Umeh - Why APGA Opposes GNU (

Modibbo, Kayode Laud Spanish Envoy Over Cultural Week (

Politics And Historical Perspectives (2) (

Big Win Sign of Good Things to Come, Says Obodo (

Nigeria LNG Says Exports Continue, Denies Media Report of Halt (Bloomberg)

5 Filipino seamen freed by captors in Nigeria (GMA News)

Police Foil Bank Robbery in Ibadan, Kill Two Suspects (

After Economic And Investment Summit - Can the North Be Bailed? (

Virgin Nigeria Rejuvenates Fleet With Embraer 190 Jet (

GNU - Row in ANPP As Ume-Ezeoke's Son Emerges Special Adviser (

Abdullahi Flays Country's Dependence On Oil Revenue (

Inside Abuja's 'Empty' Hospitals (

Taraba - Splash of Colours On WTD (

5 Filipino seamen freed in Nigeria (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

Gunmen free Filipino captives in official (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Nigeria/Sudan: Flying Eagles Face Sudan (

Country Qualify for AYC (

Finally, Nigeria to Adopt Current Account Convertibility (This Day)

Nigeria stay perfect with 4-1 win over Sierra Leone (People's Daily)

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Laloko - Kanu, Aiyegbeni Should Quit Eagles Now (

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Eagles Romp Past Sierra Leone (

Soludo: 11 Countries Seek Nigeria’s Safety Model (This Day)

Nigeria keep up perfect record (TODAYonline)

Nigeria keep up perfect record (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria wants Cameroon to share Bakassi security (AlertNet)

Cholera kills 20 in northern Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

I Will Not Resign As ANPP Scribe - Kumo (

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Obodo Leads Amodu's Unfamiliar Line-Up (

First Alliance Applauds Pencom's Activities (

Oil, Gas Not Real Wealth - LNG Boss (

Buhari Will Not Drop His Case - Hamman (

Nigeria target win over SLeone to improve World Cup seeding (TODAYonline)

Niger Guber Appeal - San Disowns ANPP Candidate (

Nigeria target win over SLeone to improve World Cup seeding (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Victory Or Nothing, Nightmare Vows (

Country Maintains Leadership Position in Scrable (

Dockworkers Deny Attacking Nimasa Boss (

The Senate This Week - Why They Are Called Senators of the Federal Republic (

We Have Trained a Lot of Officers - Pakistani Defence Minister (

Friday, October 10, 2008

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Shittu Eyes Clean Sheet Record (

Oil Workers Oppose Planned Sale of PPMC, NGC (

Chidoka Condemns Tokunbo Importation Policy (

Nigeria - Just Potentials @ 48 (

Panalpina quits Nigeria (Journal of Commerce Online)

FG Denies Involvement in N600 Billion Capital Market Bailout Plan (

Modibbo Seeks Overhaul of School Curriculum (

Country - Ghana Chamber of Commerce Inaugurated (

Minister Raises Panel On Regulation of Small Arms (

NSE Market Capitalisation Dips By 0.54 Percent (

EFCC Arraigns Borisade, Iyayi Over Forgery (

'Impact of Insurance Not Felt in the Economy' (

Obanikoro Commends Union Bank (

MTN - Making Entrepreneurs Out of Youths (

Strike - Nupeng, Pengassan Give FG 14-Day Ultimatum (

FG to Set Up Commission On SALWS (

Country Eyes Top World Bank Post (

Country's Educational Curriculum is Faulty- Modibbo (

Encouraging Inventions (

Global Financial Crisis - Ibru Roots for Effective Regulations (

NOA And the Waste Management Campaign (

Nigeria's Global Ranking (

Why the 1999 Constitution Must Be Suspended (

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Mabo Remains With the Falcons (

Martins Off to Italy (

Nigeria's Dangerous Oil Region Provides Prelude to Iraq (Skanner)

‘A Child of Nigeria’ Wins Nobel Prize for Literature (This Day)

Nigeria Eyes Top W’Bank Post (This Day)

Nigeria official says innocent in $40 mln graft case (AlertNet)

Nupeng Threatens Industrial Action Over Sale of PPMC, NGC (

Ghana: Kufour Urges Fairness in Nigeria Trade Relations (

'Trade Unions Should Ensure Safety of Pension Funds' (

PHCN Records Highest Daily Power Output (

2009 Budget Under Threat - FG (

Liberian IG Commends Police (

Why Labour Challenged FG On Purposeful Leadership, Seven-Point Agenda (

Nigeria ask Chelsea for advice on how to get the full force from Obi (Daily Mail)

Senate, Usman, Soludo, Daggash Meet Oct 21 Over Financial Crisis (

INEC - Kogi Tribunal Prevents Witness From Testifying (

Total PLC Seeks Dismissal of 10 Year Old Case (

Notap Hinges Vision 2020 Success On Infrastructure Development (

Country Still Imports 90 Percent Sugar - Usman Bello (

Global Financial Crisis - Shamsudeen, Soludo to Brief Senate (

World Standards Day 2008 - Country Joins the World to Celebrate (

FEC Approves N.5 Billion for Cleaning of Lagos Ports (

The Malaria Scourge (

Oseni Leads 17 Others to Sudan (

Cassava Growers Association Board of Trustees Inaugurated (

Customs Generates N120 Billion From Taxes (

Country to Lose N58 Billion in EPA Agreement (

Country Maintains Position (

Masaba Casts Spell - Muslim Students (

The Making of the 2008 National Agric Show (

Uneasy Calm in ANPP Over Yar'Adua's Appointment (

South Korea Commends Reforms in Country (

Addax "very bullish" on gas prospects in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone Match No Formality - Odiah (

Eagles Big Guns Hit Abuja (

Nigeria/Sierra Leone: Kanu Doubtful for Sierra Leone (

NPL Move League Games (

Nigeria/South Africa: Sierra Leone is Must Win Game - Amodu (

South Africa/Scolari Plans Visit (

Nigeria Stock Exchange okays intervention by six banks (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Telecoms: Nigeria Overtakes S’Africa as Largest African Market (This Day)

Nigeria is the Only Country I Have And Here I Will Strive (

Sierra Leone/Super Eagles, Leone Stars Match - NFF Boss Says a Formality (

INTERVIEW-Tide turning on Nigeria oil delta thefts-Governor (AlertNet)

Police raid Nigeria baby farm (

Imo - Chevron Commissions Six Solar Water Projects (

Northern Economic Summit - Kukah, Utomi, Lafiagi Bash Govs (

Bayelsa Receives Devt Assistance From U.S. (

FG Washes Hands Off Fertiliser - Minister (

'Empowering HIV/Aids Positive People Will Alleviate Poverty' (

Yar'Adua Nominates Wali, Toyo As Ambassadors (

You Can Feed Yourselves, Envoy Tells Citizens (

Nigeria militants threaten anarchy over graft case (SABC News)

Minister Approves Dismissal of NAN Director (

What's Cheering About Global Corruption Index? (

NEPC Restates Commitment to Non-Oil Export (

Yar' Adua - Deregulation of Broadcast Industry Paying Off (

A Revolution to Determine the Future of Nollywood (

China Trade Hits N55 Billion in Five Months - Naccima (

Whither Yar'Adua And Buhari? (

BT Telconsult Partners MTN On Enterprise Solutions Market (

Between Mandate Protection, Corruption, Good Governance (

Yinka Craig (1948-2008) (

ONGC-Mittal JV Plans To Set Up $4 Bln. Refinery In Nigeria (Nasdaq)

Nigeria preparing for global slowdown (Financial Times)

Police raid Nigeria 'baby farm' (BBC News)

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Country Free Mikel (

Nwoko Assures on World Cup (

FTZ: ‘Banned Goods Can Now Be Sold in Nigeria’ (This Day)

Cislac Tasks Nass On Neiti Law (

Nigeria Attacks Scare Oil Investors, Amni CEO Says (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Jay Jay Okocha's Place in Football (

Group Petitions Nass Over 2007 CBN Act (

Assbifi Prepared for World Day for Decent Work - Erhomosele (

Financial Markets Await Effects of Global Interventions (

Flamingoes Arrive At Training Camp (

At 48 - So Far, How Far? (

We Did Not Borrow Money From Nigerian Banks, Says GINL (

Workers Should Earn More Than Legislators - NLC (

How to Attain Vision 2020 Goal, By Rights Advocates (

Zinox Launches Digital Knowledge Democracy in Three Cities (

Mikel granted leave by Nigeria (Fox Sports)

How Country Can Achieve Greatness, By Prof Bande (

Much Ado About Cabinet Reshuffle (

Sokoto's Booming Onion Market (

Women As Change Agents in Devt (

African Governance Index - Country Improves Performance (

Mikel granted leave by Nigeria (TeamTalk via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Sport)

What Hope @ 48? (

Nigeria attacks starting to affect energy investment (Houston Chronicle)

warning, example for Iraq oil (Seattle Times)

CPIN Holds National Workshop in Lagos (

House Prices and Interest Rates to Crash - Mabogunje (

Teachers Score Yar'Adua's Administration Low (

Power Supply - UK Firm, Zinoxto Build Assembly Plant for Energy Products (

126 Police Families Get N43 Million Insurance Benefit (

Monday, October 06, 2008

Why I love Nigeria despite what they say (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

African Governance Index: Nigeria Improves Performance (This Day)

Nigeria coach Amodu talks with Chelsea manager Scolari on Obi (People's Daily)

Nigeria Military Says No Word From Freed Hostages (Update2) (Bloomberg)

CBN Directs Banks to Restructure 'Bad Loans' (

Nigeria/Ghana: Nightmare for LOC, As Fifa Puts Ghana On Standby (

Buhari Asks Superme Court Justices to Protect Integrity (

NGO Decries Abuse of Labour Laws At Oil Fields (

Afribank Re-Organises for Better Value, Growth (

Nigeria Military Says Has No Word From Freed Hostages (Update1) (Bloomberg)

French trade minister to visit Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria/Uganda: Uganda Refs to Handle CAF Game (

Yar'Adua's Seven-Propaganda Agenda (

Abuja to Get Monorail Railway Soon - Modibbo (

Kaduna to Represent Country (

Rotary Club for U.S. Exchange Programme (

Country Strategic to France, Says Minister (

'Mr Football' Goes Home in Style (

Govt to verify abduction of 6 Filipinos in Nigeria (GMA News)

In Spite of Challenges the Future is Bright - Imoke (

Institutional Divestment, Cause of Crunch in Capital Market (

Don't Compromise, Buhari Tells Supreme Court (

The Second Term Fever (aka 2011) (

Wealth in the North (Sorry), Country (

French Trade Minister To Visit Nigeria For Power Sector Talks (Nasdaq)

Adamu Endorses 16 Countries (

Price of Fresh Tomatoes Crashes in Delta (

The Problem With NAN (

Lar - I Don't Know If Gov Jang is Performing (

Women, Health And Vision 2020 (

NSE Decries Marginalisation (

Northern Economic Summit Opens Today (

This Woman is Optimistic About Country's Future (

ANPP Chieftain Canvasses Support for Yar'Adua (

The Virtues of Aliyu Muhammed (

PDP Will Rule for 60 Years If - Ogbulafor (

Danjuma Bags First NDA Honorary Degree (

Northern Economic Summit Begins Tomorrow (

Militants Kidnap 6 Filipinos in PH (

Justice Party Blames Obj for Country's Woes (

Kingibe Was Never a Member of the PDP - Lar (

Ahmadu Ali Interview- My Generation is Endangered! (

The North Has Never Ruled this Country - Ibrahim (

Telecom, Personalities Converge for CTO 2008 On Monday (

U.S. Financial Crisis - Country's Foreign Reserve Safe, Says Soludo (

NAFN Seeks Leadership Support for National Agricultural Show (

FCT Council to Construct 10 Modern Dispensaries (

The Economy Has Not Performed Too Well - Ayagi (

Another Independence Anniversary (

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Reporter Receives Death Threats From Church Members, Asks Security Service for Protection (

Enyimba, Ahly Battle to Draw (

Ezeji Returns to Sharks (

Yerima Dragged ANPP Into GNU - Buhari (

DFA, kukumpirmahin pa kung Pinoy ang 6 na kataong dinukot sa Nigeria (RMN)

6 Philippine seamen seized at Nigeria sea (People's Daily)

Nigeria Strategic to France, Says Minister (This Day)

RP checking Nigeria abduction report (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

19 ‘oil war’ hostages freed in Nigeria (The Herald)

Filipino ship captain, 5 sailors seized in Nigeria (The Daily Tribune)

Militants 'free' Nigeria hostages (BBC News)

Saturday, October 04, 2008

6 Pinoy seamen abducted off Nigeria; British citizen freed (GMA News)

6 Filipino seamen abducted off Nigeria; British citizen freed (GMA News)

Kidnapped Scot freed in Nigeria (The Scotsman)

Filipinos kidnapped in Nigeria oil delta (Gulf Times)

6 Filipino seamen seized in Nigeria (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

Kidnapped Briton freed in Nigeria (Channel 4)

Kidnapped Briton freed in Nigeria (ITN via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Kidnapped Briton freed in southern military (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Scot kidnapped in Nigeria freed (Scotland Today)

Gunmen in Nigeria kidnap 6 Filipinos in delta attack (The Star)

UK hostage freed in Nigeria (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Gunmen in Nigeria kidnap 6 Filipinos in delta attack (Yahoo! Asia News)

Six Filipinos Said Kidnapped In Nigeria's Oil-Rich Niger Delta (Nasdaq)

Gunmen in Nigeria kidnap 6 Filipinos in delta attack (AlertNet)

Kidnapped Briton freed in Nigeria (The West Australian)

Kidnapped Briton Freed In Southern Military (Nasdaq)

Kidnapped Briton freed in Nigeria (AAP via Yahoo!7 News)

Friday, October 03, 2008

The Progress, the Problems (

NDA Confers Honorary Degrees On TY Danjuma, Yayale (

Aero Increases Aircraft to 12, Wins Security Watch Africa Award (

We Have Reasons to Celebrate - Lar (

Corruption, Bane of Nigeria's Growth - Wamakko (

Namibia: Nigeria Urges Greater Economic Ties (

N4.8 Billion VON Station to Be Ready in 2009 - Jijiwa (

ACF, Others Mourn Chief of Kagoro (

Rewarding Non-Violence in the Niger Delta (

Awan - the Last Father of the North is Dead -Dan Masanin Kano (

70 Percent Prison Inmates Have No Prospects of Trial - Lacon (

Leave Chigbue Alone, Group Tells Detractors (

NCAA Organises Consumer Awareness Summit at Nigav 2008 (

Abia's Financial Profile (

God's Intervention United the Country - Orji (

Revitalising Rail Transportation (

Buhari's Petition is Weak, Says Yar'Adua (

U.S. Financial Crisis - Country is in Danger, Say Brokers -No, We Are Safe - Bankers (

Utomi - Country Needs Leaders With Character (

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Southwest Govs, Leaders Discuss Moral Education (

Tertiary Institutions Get N2.281 Billion for Step-B (

Arik Air Signs Purchase Contract With Airbus (

Our Leaders And Project Designation (

Nerc Licences Notore to Operate 50MW Power Plant (

Other Finance Houses to Get New Capital Base Bench Mark Soon - CBN (

Utomi: Nigeria Needs Leaders with Character (This Day)

Nigeria's jobless eke a living from garbage heaps (AFP via Yahoo!7 News)

Nigeria's jobless eke a living from garbage heaps (AFP via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Chevron Says Nigeria's Pennington Oil Production Back to Normal (Bloomberg)

Lawmakers Least Prepared for Democracy - Daniel (

Country Turns 48 (

Why I Won't Drop My Case Buhari (

Nan Loses Deputy Editor-in-Chief in Auto Crash (

North's Oldest Monarch Awan Dies (

French Naval Vessel Not in Country to Fight - Captain (

ERC Yet to Submit Report to Yar'Adua (

68 Under Earns Pam Nigeria Cup (

Without a Bid, FG Considers Another National Telecoms Carrier (

Why We Renamed Abuja Streets (

NFF Back Enyimba for Victory (

Mobilising the Health Sector for Vision 2020 (

Yar'Adua, Jonathan Turn Down Honours (

Transparency International On Country (

Arik Air Orders Three A340-500 Airbus Aircrafts (

Bishop Oyedepo Identifies Corruption As Nation's Problem (

Usung Calls for Faith in Nigerian Project (

Yar'Adua, Gambari, Aziz to Boost NEIS 2008 (

Media, Security Agents Are Partners in Devt - Okiro (

Nigeria/Egypt: NFF Roots Support for Enyimba (

Visafone Joins Ecobank, Others On the Entrepreneur TV Series (

How to Salvage this Country - Bankole, Utomi, Others (

Nigeria At 48 - Who's to Blame? (

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Nigeria's Chanomi Creek Oil Pipeline Is Ruptured, Punch Reports (Bloomberg)

Okonkwo Lauds Atcon, Supports Combit 2008 Expo (

Holidays - National Theatre Hosts Fun Seekers (

Oriental, Afren Get FG's Approval to Develop Offshore Oil Field (

Nigeria's jobless eke a living from garbage heaps (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria-US trade exceeds $35bn (The Ghanaian Chronicle)

Nigeria says $3.4B found in anti-graft drive (INO News)

Nigeria says $3.4B found in anti-graft drive (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Nigeria says billions found in anti-graft drive (GMA News)

Nigeria recovers 'graft billions' (BBC News)

CBN Moves to Avert Danger to External Reserves (

Reaching Out to Country At 48 (

AC Calls for Sober Reflections (

Group Raises Alarm Over State of the Nation (

'Youth Transformation Crucial for National Development' (

Lagos Law School Gets New Rotary President (

Obasanjo, Gaddafi Hold Secret Talks (

Small Arms - Country Calls for Binding Instrument (

Remembering Our Heroes Past (

Buhari Calls for Deep Reflections (

Utomi Makes Case for All-Politicians Summit (

Poverty in the North - Time for More Action and Less Talk (

Country Almost a Failed State - Buhari (

Wafu Tourney - LOC Visits Uduaghan (

Yayale's Appointment, a Boost to Bauchi PDP - State Chairman (

Country's a Failed State - Monarch (

Country At 48 - Any Lessons Learnt? (

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

‘Nigeria’ll be Among 20 Leading Economies by 2020’ (This Day)

Yar'Adua's Govt is Lacklustre - NLC Declares (

Obanikoro: Nigeria-Ghana Chamber of Commerce to End Trade Disputes (This Day)

Nigeria's Yar'Adua Says That Economy Is Strong, Growing at 6.9% (Bloomberg)

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