Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for November 2008

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Sectarian violence kills hundreds in Nigeria (KABC-TV Los Angeles)

Hundreds killed in Nigeria clashes (Daily Telegraph)

Hundreds may be dead in Nigeria riots: reports (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

'Hundreds Die' In Nigeria Clashes (SkyNews via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

At least 200 killed in clashes in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

At least 200 killed in clashes in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

At Least 200 Die in Nigeria Clashes (New York Times)

300 bodies taken to mosque on 2nd day of Nigeria riots (CNN)

Death toll tops 300 as sectarian violence continues in Nigeria (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

20 more bodies in postelection violence in Nigeria (WBAY Green Bay)

At least 20 killed in Nigeria clashes (Windsor Star)

Hundreds Dead in Postelection Riots in Nigeria (FOX 29 Lake Charles)

20 more bodies in postelection violence in Nigeria (KRON 4 Bay Area)

Death toll more than 300 in Nigeria violence (KHQ Spokane)

Death toll more than 300 in Nigeria violence (WHBF-TV Quad Cities)

Oil worker taken hostage by militants in Nigeria (Scotland Today)

At Least 300 Dead in Post-Election Fighting in Nigeria, AP Says (Bloomberg)

Hundreds Dead in Postelection Riots in Nigeria (Fox News)

Friday, November 28, 2008

Nigeria's president orders military to step into election riots (

Gunmen in Nigeria kidnap Scottish oil worker (The Herald)

Curfew Imposed In Nigeria City Of Jos To Curb Election Strife (Nasdaq)

Scottish Oil Worker Kidnapped In Nigeria (Nasdaq)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-11-28 15:59 Gunmen kidnap Scottish worker in Nigeria -- source (Interactive Investor)

Country Solicits IFAD's Assistance Over Desertification (

Ribadu, Waziri Owe Countrymen Explanation On Missing EFCC Files -- Daudu (SAN) (

The Critical Role of Women in Politics (

UPDATE: UK Citizen Kidnapped In Nigeria's Port Harcourt (Nasdaq)

Acts Win Big At MTV Africa Music Awards (

Briton Kidnapped In Nigeria's Port Harcourt - Army (Nasdaq)

Nigeria LNG Declares Force Majeure After Soku Shut (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria tests drug after deaths (BBC News)

Oil Worker Abducted in Southern Nigeria (Fox News)

Nigeria LNG Declares Force Majeure as Soku Plant Shut (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Zambian president visits Nigeria (People's Daily)

Global Meltdown: Zambia Seeks Nigeria’s Help (This Day)

Top stars arrive at Nigeria's Calabar for Obudu race (People's Daily)

Shell declares force majeure on Nigeria LNG deliveries (TODAYonline)

Contaminated Teething Drug Kills 25 Children In Nigeria (Nasdaq)

Broken lives: Nigeria's child brides who end up on the streets (Times Online)

Shell declares force majeure on Nigeria LNG deliveries (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Country to Defy Opec on Production Cut (

Nigeria cuts LNG exports after theft (Financial Times)

Avaition - US Partners Nigeria (

'With This HIV Test, I thee Wed' (

UPDATE 2-Thieves force Nigeria LNG to declare force majeure (The Forex Market)

Returned Film-Maker Wants to Produce 'Oscar-Winning Industry' Through African Roving Film School And Own ... (

Nigeria militants sent to anger management classes (Daily Telegraph)

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Nigeria threatens to stop further crude production cuts (People's Daily)

Nigeria bans teething drug after 25 children die (Detroit Free Press)

Avaition: US Partners Nigeria (This Day)

Tainted Syrup Kills 25 Children in Nigeria, Drug Agency Says (Bloomberg)

Job done for Nigeria (FIFA)

Teething drug kills 25 children in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tainted Baby Teething Drug Kills 25 Children in Nigeria (Fox News)

Nigeria creates delta security panel (UPI)

Nigeria doctors on alert after drug kills 25 infants (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria bans teething drug after 25 children die (AP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Country, Angola to Be Highest-Earning Oil Producers By 2030 (

Lulu Blasts Falcons Coaches (

Nigeria, Angola to be Highest-earning Oil Producers by 2030 (This Day)

Nigeria to launch mass polio immnunisation drive (AlertNet)

Nigeria Forms Panel To Fight Kidnapping, Oil Theft In Delta (Nasdaq)

Out-of-School Kids: Nigeria, Pakistan Lead (This Day)

Nigeria dethroned by Eq Guinea (BBC News)

Nigeria signs $780 mln loan deal with World Bank (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's power generation down by two thirds (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Fast-growing Nigeria airline awaits first Airbus for London flights (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria to launch mass polio immunization drive (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria sets up new panel to fight oil theft, attacks (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Monday, November 24, 2008

'Revive Rural Allowances for Teachers' (

Ribadu - Rights Group Berates Security Operatives (

Oil Operators Panic Over Seeming Northernisation of Energy Industry (

British Government Pledges Extra N17.2 Billion to Fight Aids (

Alcatel-Lucent wins Etisalat Nigeria contract (AME Info)

RTEAN Boss Consecrated Bishop (

Lab Scientists Rate Vamed Low (

Nigeria/South Africa: Players Get 1,000usd Each for Victory (

Developers Speed Up Umuahia Market Project (

Freight Council Canvases Sector Capacity Building (

Rise And Fall of the Party System (1) (

Credible Elections - E-Voting to the Rescue (

PRESS RELEASE: Fitch: Nigeria's Access Bank At BBB-(nga) (Nasdaq)

Vision 2020 - Nimn Regrets, As Zain, NB Supports Name Awards (

Canons of an Enduring Educational Legacy (

Nigeria battle for women's title (BBC News)

Fast-growing Nigeria airline awaits Airbus jets for London flights (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Sunday, November 23, 2008

‘Why Nigeria Can’t Organise Free, Fair Election’ (This Day)

How to Make Nigeria Work (This Day)

Top MTV Africa award winners are Nigerian (UPI)

(ABUJA, Nigeria) MTV launches its first-ever music award program for Africa on Saturday, with acts from across the ... (All About Jazz)

Woman Takes Polio Fight To Nigeria LINK (WBBM Newsradio 780 Chicago)

Obama Phones Yar'Adua, Discusses African Affairs (This Day) (

Obama Phones Yar'Adua, Discusses African Affairs (

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Fashola Urges US, Others to Invest in Nigeria (This Day)

Friday, November 21, 2008

Bulgarian worker kidnapped in Nigeria (Lexington Herald-Leader)

Bulgarian Worker Kidnapped In Nigeria - Ministry (Nasdaq)

Bulgarian worker kidnapped in Nigeria (Detroit Free Press)

Nigeria in fresh bid to revamp constitution (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Bulgarian worker kidnapped in Nigeria (San Francisco Chronicle)

SME is Key to National Development, Says Ezeife (

2009 Budget Will Reflect a Different Spirit -FG (

AlcaLu Deployed in Nigeria (

Bulgarian worker kidnapped in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Bulgarian worker kidnapped in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Country Satellite in Graveyard Orbit - Issues We Cannot Wish Away (

Estonia defeats Nigeria 4-0 in chess Olympiad (People's Daily)

Trade With India Hits N1.2 Trillion (Daily Trust) (

Amodu Pleased With Colombia Test (

Teams to Play Behind Closed Doors (

Gunmen attack Nigeria navy boat near Shell station: commander (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria gunmen attack navy boat near Shell station (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Nigeria Rebels Say They Fire On Army Helicopter; Government Denies (Nasdaq)

Uganda Asks Nigeria For Help Developing Its Petroleum Industry (Nasdaq)

Fashola, Clerics Harp On Need for Quality Leadership (

Analysis: Chevron Nigeria shuts down (Middle East Times)

Chevron Nigeria forced to shut down (UPI)

Judicial Workers Threaten Strike Again (

West Africa: Nigeria to play Togo in local U-20 tournament (

Reps Want FG to Impose Heavy Fees On Ghanaian Traders, If... (

FG Cancels $250 Million Import Waiver for Steel Firm (

C'River to Support Nig2009 With N1 Billion (

Ugandan leader seeks oil expertise from Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

"With this HIV test, I thee wed" (AlertNet)

Sultan Tasks Northern Speakers On Unity (

Looted Billions Leave Country Daily (

NUJ Chapel Condemns SSS Attack On FRCN Reporter in Bayelsa (

Senate to Revive Rail System (

Mambilla And the Power Crisis (

Ugandan President visits Nigeria (People's Daily)

Male Journalists Urged to Support Gender Equality (

Ex-SFG Shehu Musa Dies At 75 (

Govt to Train Sniffer Dogs in Italy (

NCAA Seeks More Private Sector Participation (

A Search Party for Nigcomsat-1 (

Nigeria fall to Colombia in friendly (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Chevron declares force majeure on Nigeria's Escravos exports (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Chikwelu inspires Nigeria win (FIFA)

National Open University to Upgrade Akure to Centre (

Reps Summon Customs Boss (

Sea surges could uproot millions in Nigeria megacity (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria/Tunisia: AWC - Super Falcons Tackle Tunisia Today (

Falconets Tackle New Zealand (

U.S. Donates Nuclear Radiation Detection Equipment (

Chartered Accountants Can Practice As Tax Consultants - ICAN Boss (

Etisalat to Partner With LOC Nigeria 2009 (

Uwaje Wins It Personality of the Year (

Nigeria Senate To Screen 13 Ministerial Nominees Thursday - Radio (Nasdaq)

Telecom Industry Needs Govt Regulation to Control Inferior Chinese Products (

Oshiomhole's Victory Boosts Opposition in South-West (

Hazonwao MFB Unveils Wealth Creation Strategies for 'Active Poor' (

Osun Varsity Honours Omolewa (

N40 Billion Lost in Space (

Nigeria Oil Theft Fueled by Poverty (OneWorld)

Etisalat to Partner Nigeria 2009 LOC (

Bank Reforms Boost Nigeria's Efforts to Mitigate Impact of Financial Crisis (

NGE Flays Harrassment of Leadership Editors (

AES to Induct Members (

'Bad Leadership, Hindrance to Devt' (

Vodafone says Nigeria could be interesting market (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Sea surges could uproot millions in Nigeria megacity (AlertNet)

Vodafone Interested in Expanding in Nigeria, CEO Says (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Global Entrepreneurship Harps On Unemployment And Poverty (

Super Falcons Chase Sixth Title (

Country Name 21 for Fifa U-20 Women's World Cup (

Hijacked oil vessel released in military, operator (AFP via Yahoo! News)

AEA Initiates Business Plan Competition (

Country-South Africa Investment Forum Kicks Off (

FG Tasked On Excessive Bleeding After Birth (

NigComSat Going Down the Drain? (

Country May Achieve 100 Percent Teledensity By 2020 ' Ndukwe (

Challenges, Opportunities for Effective Gas Exploration (

Falana, Ozekhome Miss San Title, As 25 New Ones Emerge (

Reps Car Controversy - Burden of Monetisation (

Take the Match Seriously, NFF Tasks Eagles (

FG Assures Oil Firms of Protection (

USA Organises Workshop On Aviation (

U.S. Pledges to Help Country On Aviation Safety (

Inside Sharia Heartland of Zamfara (

UK Pledges £100 Million to Fight HIV/Aids (

Nema Wants Its Emergency Call Code Implemented (

UK Pledges £100 Million Fund to Fight HIV/Aids (

Privatisation And Matters Arising (

Under-Development Continues to Fuel Oil Theft (

Danish oil ship briefly seized off Nigeria (Boston Herald)

Danish oil ship briefly seized off Nigeria (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria squad hit by withdrawals (BBC News)

More withdrawals hit Nigeria ahead of Colombia clash (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Danish oil ship briefly seized off Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Monday, November 17, 2008

Ateke's Armed Struggle Illegal, Says Amaechi (

Nigeria/Ghana: AWC - Super Falcons Begins On Scrappy Note (

Tension in Yobe Over N1.7 Billion Loan to Workers (

Prawa Wants Independence for Human Rights Institution (

Gunmen seize ship and kidnap 10 on board in Nigeria (AlertNet)

Controversy Trails N702 Million Hajj Fund (

Coping With Poor Reading Culture (

Electricity Generation from Nuclear Energy - IAEA, USDOE Pledge Support (

Confab Tasks Leaders on Vision 2020 (

Apcon to Confer Fellows on Amuka, Shekarau, Others (

Country, U.S. Firm Set to Build N14 Billion Refinery in Edo (

Nass Still Bent On Reviewing Constitution - Ndoma-Egba (

PDP N10 Billion Launching Abuse of Power, Says CNPP (

LG, Nestle Promo Targeted at Consumers Health- LG Boss (

Nigeria's Chinese-built satellite goes dark (Asia Times)

Shell employee kidnapped, rescued in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Satellite Begins Fall to Earth (This Day) (

Nigeria 1 Ghana 1 (

22 Pinoys arrested in Nigeria over oil theft (

Nigeria arrests 22 Filipinos over stolen oil: army (Yehey!)

Nigeria’s Polio Cases Embarrassing, Says Sambo (This Day)

Bakassi: Nigeria’s Decision, Laudable Says French Envoy (This Day)

Nigeria seizes 30,000kg of cannabis (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Nigeria's military: officers but not gentlemen (AFP via Yahoo! News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-11-15 14:11 UPDATE 1-Nigeria oil pipeline sabotaged in delta-military (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-11-15 13:56 Nigeria oil pipeline sabotaged in delta-military (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria oil pipeline sabotaged in delta-military (AlertNet)

Nigeria oil pipeline attacked, bunkering arrests (AlertNet)

Merrill Lynch Ranks Nigeria World’s Safest Economy (This Day)

Nigeria oil pipeline attacked (Tiscali)

22 Filipinos arrested in Nigeria over oil theft (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

22 Filipinos arrested in Nigeria over oil theft (The Kansas City Star)

Friday, November 14, 2008

Election the Most Rigged - Buhari's Spokesman (

FG Opens Gas Revenue Account (

Hajj Airlift Falls Behind Schedule (

SSS Detains Leadership Editors Over Report (

New Horizons Computer (

Fifa Tips Falconets for Quarter-Finals (

How Oshiomhole Finally Emerged Governor of Edo State (

PDP is a Tragedy to Democracy - CNPP (

AFN Should Learn Accountablity From Kenya Athletics (

Oshiomhole Will Change the Face of Edo State - Oyegun (

The Trouble in My Polygamous Home, By a German Who Has Spent 30 Years in Nigeria (

San - Falana, Ozekhome, Orizu Dropped (

Oshiomhole's Victory is Democracy in Action, Says Makinde (

Senators Hail Oshiomhole's Victory (

A House And Its Huge Purchases (

Consultants Blame Power Outage for Nigcomsat Failure (

Enyimba Stars Pledge Loyalty to Eguavoen (

Eguavoen to Take Over Enyimba (

Babies bred for sale in Nigeria (Daily News)

Etisalat Denies NFFA On Women League Sponsorship (

SMEDAN Trains 496 NAPEP Beneficiaries, Targets 1500 (

Oliver De Coque Bows Out in Style (

NPL Accuses MTN of Undermining Football (

Drop in Oil Price May Delay 2009 Budget Presentation (

U.S., Nigerian Army Begin Search for HIV Vaccine (

MDGs Not Attainable By Country in 2015 - Hon. Saudatu (

Pz Partners Okada Riders, Frsc to Boost Sales of Tec Motorcycles (

Injury-prone Newcastle striker Martins criticised by Nigeria boss Amodu (Daily Mail)

TMG, MMN, CPP Laud Judiciary Over Edo Verdict (

Avert Strike By Polytechnics Staff, NLC Tells FG (

LOC Awaits 2009 Budget for Funds (

Ado Bayero Seeks German Help On Country's Problems (

Ten Years of PDP's Democracy [i] (

I Was Paid N1 Million to Smear Bankole - Youth Leader (

Injury-prone Martins criticised by Nigeria boss (Daily Mail)

NFF - Country Will Parade the Best Against Colombia (

Country Name 21 for U-20 World Cup (

The Rise And Fall of Osunbor (

Drug Trafficking, Threat to Economy- Giade (

'Maths Crucial to Attainment of Vision 2020' (

25 New Sans Appointed (

Haier Thermocool Backs African Greatness Award (

Falcons Begin Defence of Title (

Govt, Germany Restate Need for Cooperation (

French Investment in Country Hits $4 Billion (

Nigeria's foreign reserves rise: central bank (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Two Naval Men Arrested for Allegedly Killing Policeman (

Ribadu in Villa, Keeps Mum (

AWC - Falcons Begin Training in Bata (

Freight Forwarding Council Set to Eliminate "Wharf Rats" (

Falana, Ozekhome Miss Out as 25 New Sans Emerge (

How We Can Achieve Vision 2020 Goals- Agbakoba (san) (

Chinese Embassy Decries Spate of Fake Visa Documents (

You Must Play in Colombia and Win! (

NBA Condemns Police Detention of Magistrate (

NPAN Seeks Passage of FOI Bill (

Kanu, Nsofor, Yak Available for Colombia (

Falcons Begin Training in Bata (

Nigeria's main phone gateway almost repaired -Nitel (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

French Investment in Nigeria Hits $4bn (This Day)

Nigeria's main phone gateway almost repaired -Nitel (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

ANPP Members Drag Ume-Ezeoke to Court (

Fresh Threat to 2009 Budget As Oil Sells Below $57 (

Elevate This Combatant (

2009 Budget - Nigeria to Spend N1 Trillion On Infrastructure (

NUJ Chairman, Chartered Standard Bank Dragged Before EFCC, ICPC (

Odogwu-Nwajei Apologises for Beijing Flop (

Again, Iwu Canvasses Electronic Voting System (

'Why Nigerian Farmers Are Poor' (

Country, Germany Strengthen Partnership On Energy (

NFF Set to Seal Major Deals With Finbank, Etisalat (

WHO renews polio immunisation drive in northern Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Texaco - Chevron Loses Application to Zenon (

NFF to Seal Finbank, Etisalat Deals (

Nigeria's Nigcomsat-1 Satellite Suffers Technical Problem (CommunicationsDirect)

FMBN Partners Govt On Housing (

Niger Guber - Umaru Stalls Proceedings On His Appeal (

Drug Trafficking, Threat to Our Economy - Ndlea Boss (

PPA Lauds Judiciary On Oshiomhole (

NIPSS Crucial to Devt - Deputy Speaker (

Super Eagles Now Third in Africa, 22nd in the World (

Nigeria's main phone gateway almost repaired -Nitel (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

N2.3 Billion Car Controversy - CBN, Zenith Bank Face Panel (

Appreciate Our Efforts - Obaseki (

Church Gives N10 Million in Soft Loans to Faithful (

Why Umaru Must Go! (

Obudu LG Boss Commends Yar'Adua On Rule of Law (

Germany develops ties with Nigeria (Deutsche Welle)

West Africa: Nigeria/Niger Republic to Raise Funds for Ecological Devt (

World Bank Proposes N351 Billion Loan (

Ex-Banker Faults CBN's Directive to Banks On Margin Trading (

Democracy Under Threat (

450 Medical Personnel Mobilised for 2008 Hajj (

NPL Tasks NFF On Amateur League (

FG to Host International Forum On Avian Flu (

Our Oil - No Benefit (

Commission Tasks Pilgrims Over Hajj (

ANPP's Cruise to the Brink (

NPL Condemns MTN Fan Zone (

It's Victory for the Masses, Says Buhari (

Obama - Why He Must (

Investments in LNG Hit N1.5 Trillion (

Everton defender Yobo pulls out of Nigeria squad (ESPN

NDIC Pays Depositors N73.4 Billion (

FCT Minister, IGP Sued Over Alleged Illegal Tax Collection (

NPL Transfer Window Opens (

ANPP, NBA, Others React (

U.S. Election, Imo Governorship and Iwu's Debauchery (

FRCN Kaduna New Transmitter, World's Best - Executive Director (

German President Commends Anti-Graft Agencies (

Plateau Opposition Demands Elections Laws (

Yar'Adua to Open Senate Retreat in Kano Today (

Police Arrest Two Fake Doctors Over Death of 17-Yr-Old Girl (

Buhari Writes Obama, Tasks Nigerians On Democracy (

Jubilation in Edo as Oshiomhole Wins (

Make Torture By Security Operatives an Offence, NBA Urges FG (

Oshiomhole's Victory, Opportunity for True Federalism - APGA (

Akwa Ibom Workers And Dividends of Democracy (

Enugu Govt, Smedan Agree to Revive Artisan Market (

FRCN Kaduna's New Transmitter Arrives (

E-Waste Management Still a Challenge in Market (

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Paris Declaration - Govt Canvasses Adherence (

I Don't Want to Be AFN President - Bada (

Multichoice, Schoolnet Donate Teaching Aids (

Film, Advertising Sectors Can Generate N500 Billion Yearly - Odey (

Oyo Guber Appeal - a Tortuous Wait for Justice (

BEEC Tasks Nigerians On Re-Training Programmes (

'Investment in Agriculture, ICTs Will Boost Youth Empowerment' (

Democracy Marches on (

Govt, South Africa Agree On Visa-Free Regime (

Armed Forces Face Human Rights Probe (

Oshiomhole Wins (

Bill Gates to visit Nigeria next year (People's Daily)

...Nigeria’s Democracy Marches On (This Day)

Nigeria, S’Africa Agree on Visa-free Regime (This Day)

NDIC Pays N73.4 Billion to 11 Failed Banks' Depositors (

40 Billion Barrels Oil Reserve Target Achievable - Nape (

'Resuscitation of Nitel Big Challenge to SSACTAC' (

Re-Deployment Unfortunate - Kalu (

MTN Gets Continental Recognition for Supporting MDGs (

Output From Country, Others Dropped to 32.26 Million BPD in October (

Why Judicial Workers Are Set for Another Showdown (

RTEAN Moves Against Traffic Abuses (

NIG Advises Nigerians to Make Positive Money Online (

TUC Urges FG to Act Fast On Global Financial Crisis (

Experts Urge Building Code Enforcement (

Another UK School Seeks Pepsi Academy Alliance (

UNFPA Budgets $64.2 Million for Nigeria (

Agreeing to Host the World (

Moneygram Partners EFCC (

Protecting the Nigerian Child (

Group Condemns FG for Accepting World Bank Loan (

German Leader Backs Nigeria's Vision 2020 Drive (

Country Conflict a Warning for 'Big Oil' in Iraq (

Airspace Safe, Says Nama (

NLC Extols Mariam Makeba's Virtues (

Power Crisis - Germany Pledges Support for Country (

Quality of Governance in North Worries ACF (

EPCL, Country's Privatisation Success Story (

Uniben Convocation to Examine Niger-Delta Issues (

Lessons From the Recent Police Games (

Qatar Airways Grabs Akwaaba's Best International Airlines' Award (

Monday, November 10, 2008

VP Urges Doctors to Reverse Brain Drain (

Arewa Hotels, Coy Sign MoU to Build N500 Million Hotel (

Nahcon Urges Hajj Medical Teams to Cooperate (

'We are Next to the Creator' - Builders (

Afribank Renovates Primary School in Yobe (

German President Urges Country to Develop Infrastructure for Agriculture (

Nuclear Power - IAEA Gives Country Pass Mark (

Germany Trade Hit N312 Billion in 2008 (

She Was Like Fela, Says NLC (

World Bank offers Nigeria fresh $3 bln loan on infrastructure (People's Daily)

Yobo Out of Colombia Clash (

German Leader Backs Nigeria’s Vision 2020 Drive (This Day)

Tinapa - Cross Rivers Awaits Gazette (

Nigeria militants threaten new "oil war" if attacked (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Nigeria militants threaten violence if attacked (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Nigeria militants threaten new "oil war" if attacked (AlertNet)

Nigeria's main militant group announces release of Ukrainian, Nigerian hostages (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)

Nigeria militants threaten new "oil war" if attacked (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Nigeria militants threaten new "oil war" if attacked (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

NLNG, Nipco Face-Off (

Minister Tasks Education Sector On Vision 2020 (

Nigeria militants threaten violence if attacked (AlertNet)

Nigeria militants threaten violence if attacked (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Mitee Committee Report Ready November 20 (

No Regrets Over My Failed Marriage (

Troops Take Over Benin (

Lagos Trade Fair - Yar'Adua Tasks Ops On Growth Rate (

Anyim Institutes Scholarship for Bauchi Indigent Students (

Son Discovers Illegal Bread Bakers (

Makia - an Airport Bereft of Its Glory (

Hajj 2008 - Buhari Faults Justice Mustapha's Appointment (

Liberia: Virgin Nigeria Now Flies Monrovia (

GPS to Provide Process Packages for Nigeria's Usan FPSO Project (Rigzone)

Nema Warns Against Harmattan Fire (

Sharia for Peace And Sanity - Shinkafi (

German president begins state visit to Nigeria (People's Daily)

Country Should Learn From U.S. Election - Buhari (

'Nigeria Needs $100 Million Foreign Investment Yearly' (

Bauchi to Overhaul Budgetary System (

Nothing is Wrong With Our Democracy - Oyegun (

Obama - Victory Marks End of Bondage -Pastor Oritsejafor (

'Microfinance Not Yet in Nigeria' (

Köhler calls for equitable distribution of Nigeria's oil revenues (Deutsche Welle)

Vision 2020 - LCCI, Naccima, Make Case for PPP (

45 Years on Throne - Gowon Commends Ado Bayero (

Teachers to Register for Exams With TRCN (

Iwu's Lessons for America! (

N10 Million Prize for Best GLO League Club in Sms Contest (

After Adamu, Yar'Adua Should Do More, Obienu Pleads (

Delta Intensifies Border Surveillance to Prevent Wild Polio (

Sugar-Craft - 'We Give Opportunity to Grow Businesses, Skills' (

World Bank Offers U.S. $3 Billion Loan for Infrastructure (

Sunday, November 09, 2008

The Leader Rosa Parks Sat So Martin Luther Could Walk; Martin Walked so Obama Could Run. (

Strike - Judiciary Workers Seek Kutigi's Intervention (

IMF, Govt Open Discussions On Policy Support Instrument (

Core Investor Pays N4bn for Eleme Petrochemicals (

Foreign Reserve Appreciates as CBN Explains Reason for Declines (

Country Gets $3 Billion World Bank Loan (

Reassessing the Financial System IV (

Miss Tourism Gave Me the Platform to Work Hard -Aghotse (

National Assembly - a Speaker's Tack and Other Stories (

Babalakin, Zenith Win Aviation Awards (

Lulu Praises Flamingoes, Challenges Falconets (

South Africa: Nigeria to Protest Humiliation of Senators, Former Envoy (

Nigeria/Mali: 'We've Received No Request From Mali Yet' (

Nigeria's Daar Hosts Music Stars in Monaco (

Infrastructure - World Bank Offers U.S. 3 Billion (

Nigeria Militant Group Free Ukrainian Hostage, Hold Two Britons (Bloomberg)

Governors Meet Over Falling Crude Oil Prices (

Ribadu Faces Sack (

Infrastructure: W’Bank Offers Nigeria $3bn (This Day)

IMF, Nigeria Open Discussions on Policy Support Instrument (This Day)

S’Africa: Nigeria to Protest Humiliation of Senators, Former Envoy (This Day)

Nigerian armed group says it has freed Ukrainian, three Nigerians (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigerian militants say four hostages released (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigerian militants to free 4 hostages, keep Britons (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

President of Nigeria to issue write against newspaper (Calcutta News)

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Babies bred for sale in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria President To Take 'Legal Action' Over Report On His Health (Nasdaq)

Amateur League - Lulu Charges Private Sector (

Don't Desecrate the Bench, NBA Warns Lawyers (

N17bn Debt - Ipman Plans Indefinite Strike (

Pastor Tasks Citizens On Leadership Training (

African Basketball - First Bank Wins, Dolphins Loses (

The Challenge Before President Obama (

'How Nigeria Can Attain Nuclear Power' (

Wafu U-20 - National Team Draws Togo, Benin (

FG Seeks Foreign Investments (

Nigeria, Niger Seek Support for Integrated Ecosystem (

Friday, November 07, 2008

VU reaches out to Nigeria (The Times of Northwest Indiana)

Atiku Hopeful About Supreme Court Judgment (

NFF Summons Babayaro, Ikhana Over Kaduna Fracas (

Be Good Ambassadors, Okiro Charges U.S. Bound Police Officers (

‘Nigeria Needs $100m Foreign Investment Yearly’ (This Day)

Pilgrims to Be Lifted From Gombe Airport (

Senate Stands Still for Obama (

Nasarawa - ANPP, AC, LP Want Council Polls Cancelled (

Indian National in EFCC Net for Stealing N32 Billion (

NIS, NPS Recruitment - Interior Ministry Forwards Recommendations to Presidency (

EFCC Arrests Indian Over N32 Billion Fraud (

Ipman Plans Indefinite Strike Over Non-Payment of N17 Billion (

Speaker's Convoy Turned Away From Tarmac (

ANPP's Battle of Nepotism (

Airlift of Borno, Yobe Pilgrims Begins Saturday (

German president arrives Nigeria for Africa Forum (Deutsche Welle)

'Why We're Celebrating 10th Anniversary' (

AC Flays Iwu Over Comments On U.S. Elections (

Kidnapped NMA Chairman Regains Freedom (

Faan Puts Off Airline's Fire (

Six navy personnel killed in Nigeria gun battle (AFP via Yahoo! News)

'Nipost, EFCC, Customs Saved Nigeria N55 Billion' (

Indonesia - 18 Convicted Nigerians Apply for Case Review (

'African Boxer Dreads Nigerian Opponent' (

'Adenuga's Totally Committed to Football' (

As Yar'Adua Restrains the Peacock (

German president heads to Nigeria for six-day trip (Deutsche Welle)

Wafu Draws Hold Today (

Borno to Boost Irrigation Farming (

President Koehler Heads to Nigeria for African Partnership Forum (Deutsche Welle)

Police Battle Banditry at Nigeria/Cameroon Border (

German president to visit Nigeria on bilateral ties (People's Daily)

Attack on Chevron in Nigeria kills navy sailor: military (TODAYonline)

German presidents heads to Nigeria for six-day trip (Deutsche Welle)

Oando Q3's PBT Up By 65 Percent to N7.29 Billion (

Akpoborire Warns Ahead of 2010 Last Lap (

AC Slams IWU Over Comments on U.S. Elections (

Pharmacists Flay Iyabo Obasanjo's Bill on PCN (

Nigeria, Others Discuss Poverty, Unemployment At ILO (

Government Must Review Its Human Rights Record - Activists (

Nigeria Will Weather Credit Crunch, Soludo Says (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Thursday, November 06, 2008

World Bank to adopt Nigeria's food security policy (People's Daily)

Nigeria military confirms Lebanese hostage released (People's Daily)

‘How Nigeria Can Attain Nuclear Power’ (This Day)

Nigeria, Niger Seek Support for Integrated Ecosystem (This Day)

Nigeria military confirms Lebanese hostage released (

Margin Loans - Brokers Advocate 5-Year Repayment Period (

'Obasanjo's Policy Impoverished Nigerians' (

Galadima Flaunts Kano's Hosting Credentials (

This Week's Issue - Top-Down Or Bottom-Up? (

Fifa U-17 Women's W'Cup - National Team Crashes Out (

2ND: German president to visit Nigeria - Summary (

N2.3 Billion Cars - Keyamo Documents Fake-Pan, National Assembly (

Country Crashes Out of Fifa U-17 Women World Cup (

Reversing the Sorry State of Seafaring (

A Roundtable on Women and Politics (

Taming the Profligate Spirit of Enugu Lawmakers (

Lagos - Haven of Opportunities, Hell of Miseries (

Nigerians in U.S. Rally Support for Auto Firm (

NLC, Oshiomhole Laud Obama's Victory (

LOC Okays N9.5 Billion Budget for U-17 World Cup (

N2.4 Billion Cars - Keyamo Parading Fake Documents - National Assembly, PAN (

PHCN Confirms New Appointments, Deployments (

Nigeria Olympic Project for Launch February 2009 (

Shareholders Query CBN, NDIC Over Financial Health of Banks (

We'll Expose Judges to Modern Communication-Kutigi (

Experts Flaw CBN's Directive On Restructuring of Margin Facilities (

Nigeria Stock Market Not in Crisis - Lead Capital Boss (

Chief of Air Staff Annual Golf to Gulp N20 Million (

Nigeria military confirms Lebanese hostage released (AlertNet)

Wafu Draws Hold Today at Oceanview (

11 Nations Represented As Holy Child Marks Community Day in Style (

Enyimba Banished to Ilorin! (

Two Sans, Six Others Defend Police Against Ribadu (

Akingbola Predicts 50 Percent Rise in Share Price By March (

Rising Pirate Attacks (

Customs Impounds 1,767 Rounds of Ammunition, Arms at Tin-Can Island (

Bonnke Tasks Nigerian Pastors on Evangelism (

NBA Carpets Sars Over Enemchi's Death (

ITAN Signs MoU with Pikom (

German Firm to Unveil Waste Management Technique (

Judicial Workers to Resume Strike in Jigawa (

Starcomms Exceeds 2 Million Subscriber Base (

MTN: Country Leads Group With Over 20 Million Subscribers (

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Gabresellasie to run in Glo Lagos marathon in Nigeria (People's Daily)

‘NIPOST, EFCC, Customs Saved Nigeria N55bn’ (This Day)

Group Faults FG On Human Rights Review (

Judicial Workers, States Set for Another Showdown (

Discovery, Coca-Cola, Chevron Partner On Learning Centres (

U.S. Elections - Iwu Condemns Process (

Africa: Nigeria, S'Africa Discuss Repatriation Fee (

IOC Concludes Swimming Courses (

Refs Threaten to Boycott Enyimba Matches (

Glo Hands NPL N800 Million Sponsorship Fee (

Investors Acquire Panalpina (

Oil Firms Owe Host Communities N11.8 Billion in Niger Delta (

Global Financial Crisis - Stop Deceiving Nigerians, Aliyu Tells Soludo (

E-Payment - Towards Cashless Economy (

Police Battle Banditry At Cameroon Border (

Nuclear Power - IAEA Tasks FG On More Resources (

Ghana Gas Pipeline Ready December (

PHCN Gets New Business Managers (

Economist Conference to Address Country's Business Climate (

Insufferable Prodigality in Enugu (

NPL Receives N838.5 Million Glo Sponsorship Cheque (

Country Hosts Waica Education Confab (

Security Forces Detain Another Blogger, Second in Two Weeks (

UN Unveils New Assistance Framework (

Draw not enough for Brazil, Nigeria (FIFA)

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Nigeria-Ghana gas pipeline to start next month (

Nigeria, S’Africa Discuss Repatriation Fee (This Day)

Governor Aliyu Tasks Minister, CBN Governor on State of Economy (

Country Gropes in the Dark ACF (

TUC Demands N30,000 Minimum Wage (

West Africa: Minister Decries Poverty in Nigeria, Chad (

Niger Delta Ministry Will Fast-Track Development - Osakwe (

Sesame Seed Farmers Get N150 Million Loan for Export (

Lawyer Doubts Ribadu's Graduation From NIPSS (

Yar'Adua for J.K. Randle Dinner (

W/Bank Signs $6 Million Grants With Gpoba in Lagos (

Why Women Must Participate in Labour Movement Akanji (

Why On Earth, Should this Country Appear Poor? (

Total Expands Nigeria Obite Gas Project to Meet Domestic Demand (Bloomberg)

Nigeria suspends $8bn rail contract with China (Financial Times)

Nigeria Cancels Crude Oil Export Cargoes as Part of OPEC Cut (Bloomberg)

Total acquires interest in Blocks OPL 279 and 285 in deep offshore Nigeria (Oil Online)

Basketball - Pillars, Union Bank, Potters to Represent Country (

(AFX UK Focus) 2008-11-04 15:29 Nigeria lawmakers approve 2008 budget supplement (Interactive Investor)

Glo Formally Presents N.8 Billion Sponsorship Cheque (

Ex-governors to face corruption trial in official (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria Halts China Railway Firm In Its Tracks (Forbes)

Oil and Gas Industry Gulps Us$12 Billion Annually-FG (

GSK Provides Nigeria's First Clinical Trial Site At Lasucom (

Chief Justice Mohammed Bello - 1930-2004 the Unsung Hero, Four Years Later (

10 Ex-governors To Face Corruption Trial In Nigeria -Official (Nasdaq)

Shell Nigeria Accounts for $25 Billion Revenue in Three Years (

Gas Flaring - FG Insists on End of Year Deadline (

PSN Tasks FG on Local Drug Production (

So Far, Just Billion (

Onaiyekan Urges Abolition of Indigenship (

Chukwu Hails Yar'Adua On U-17 World Cup (

We Got Involved in DCGEP to Give Back to Society- Odumabo (

Monday, November 03, 2008

Lebanese engineer kidnapped in Nigeria (New Kerala)

LGs Perform Better Than States-Algon (

Amodu Visit Nothing to Do With NVA (

Gunmen seize Lebanese engineer in S Nigeria (People's Daily)

MEND denies involvement in kidnapping Lebanese engineer in S Nigeria (People's Daily)

SAT-3 Disruption - Nitel Assures of Quick Fixing (

Enyimba Stadium Banned (

Technical Education Vital for Development - Unesco (

Loss in Oil Revenue - What this Country Should Do (

President Urged to Appoint Nurse As Health Minister (

Three Governors That Must Perform (I) (

UN Chief:Nigeria Ex-President Named Special Envoy For Congo Crisis (Nasdaq)

Global Crisis - Gov Sambo Upbeat Over Financial Institutions (

Babangida Backs Reparation for Niger Delta (

Mudasiru's Widow Writes Lagos AG, Accuses NBA of Bias (

20 Years of Niteshift (

Flog Corrupt Officers in the Market Square (

Jonathan to Declare Industrial Forum Open (

Kano By-Elections - Return to Familiar Path (

Kano Centre Best, Says Galadima (

Nigeria Unripe for Full-Blown Democracy - Olajumoke (

Correcting Anomalies in the Church, Goal of the Bewitched Church, Says Ekpe-Juda (

Car Purchase - 'House Not Disturbed By Allegations' (

Nigeria Urges AU To Hold Emergency Talks On Congo - Report (Nasdaq)

Gunmen kidnap Lebanese engineer in southern police (Middle East Times)

Naccima Decries High Cost of Governance (

PHCN Targets N594 Million From Sulfur Emission (

Military: Foreign oil worker snatched in Nigeria (San Francisco Chronicle)

Africa Stocks: Nigeria Slides for Eighth Week; Namibia Gains (Bloomberg)

Military: Foreign oil worker snatched in Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Lebanese worker snatched in south Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria wants emergency talks on DRCongo: report (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Glo-Lagos Half Marathon Gets Date On Tuesday (

Global Financial Crisis - CNPP Accuses FG of Nonchalance (

Nigeria speculators' wild cash ride (BBC News)

Sunday, November 02, 2008

NFF Denies Rift Between Lulu, Uchegbulam (

CNPP Saved Nigeria’s Democray – Balarabe Musa (This Day)

Nigeria, Potential World Leader, Says Israeli Envoy (This Day)

AU: Nigeria Calls for Emergency Meeting over Congo (This Day)

Nigeria/Tunisia: Amodu Dismisses Tunisia (

Abia CNPP Asks Orji to Dissolve Cabinet (

FIFA U-17 World Cup - the Grand Reversal (

Firm Donates 1, 500 Bags of Fertilizer to Katsina Farmers (

South Africa: MTN Beefs Up Its Coverage in Nigeria (

CBN Concludes First Round of Banks' Examination (

Fire razes 400 shops in Nigeria (Gulf Times)

Fire razes 400 shops in Nigeria (News 24 South Africa)

England ride luck to hold off Nigeria (Stuff)

Nigeria suspends Chinese deal (News 24 South Africa)

Saturday, November 01, 2008

Nigeria militant to appeal for bail to seek medical care : lawyer (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria drop England-based trio (BBC News)

Blogger detained in Nigeria (News 24 South Africa)

Faloye Emerges 2008 Bayelsa Scrabble Champion (

Toyota Extols Late Wuraola-Ojo's Qualities (

2010 World Cup - 'NFF Must Do It Right' (

MCSN Can Sue Nu Metro Others Over Copyrights Infringement - Court (

Why We Must Resolve the N-Delta Crisis - IBB (

Major Problems Facing Small Scale Enterprises (

For 3rd Term Ohanaeze Leadership Took Bribe, Says Ndubuisi Kanu (

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