Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for July 2009

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Islamist sect leader in Nigeria killed in custody (San Francisco Chronicle)

Islamist sect leader in Nigeria killed in custody (AP via Yahoo! News)

Leader of sect blamed for Nigeria violence dies (Washington Post)

Leader of sect blamed for Nigeria violence killed (AP via Yahoo! News)

Leader of Islamist sect killed in custody (AP via Yahoo! News)

Boko Haram, 'Nigeria's Taliban': How Big a Threat? (Time Magazine)

Nigeria army capture Islamist sect leader: sources (Sydney Morning Herald)

Detained Nigeria sect leader dies (BBC News)

Pfizer, Nigeria sign $75 mln settlement in drug suit: official (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Pfizer, Nigeria sign $75m settlement in drug suit: official (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Pfizer To Pay Up To $75 Million In Trovan Settlement With Nigeria (Nasdaq)

Nigeria says routed Islamic rebels; manhunt for leader (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria says routed Islamic rebels  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Benue Cement of Nigeria Profit Surges as Sales Jump (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Rights worker says civilians being killed (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria Clashes Kill At Least 600 In 5 Days -Police, Witnesses (Nasdaq)

Dozens die in assault on Nigeria mosque (MSNBC)

Nigeria says routed Islamic rebels; clashes go on (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Nigeria says routed Islamic rebels (AlertNet)

Nigeria violence death toll passes 300 (Sky News Australia)

Nigeria says routed Islamic rebels (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Shell Says LNG Volumes Reduced by Security Situation in Nigeria (Bloomberg)

4,000 displaced by Nigeria violence (Channel 4)

Nigeria fighting drives more from homes (Los Angeles Times)

Source: Pfizer, Nigeria settle antibiotic lawsuit (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria violence death toll passes 300 (Sydney Morning Herald)

Nigeria violence death toll passes 300 (AAP via Yahoo!7 News)

Nigeria death toll passes 300 (Perth Now)

Thousands flee fighting in Nigeria (MSNBC)

Nigeria hunts Islamic sect, women and children freed (Boston Globe)

Nigeria Sends More Forces to Northeast Amid Clashes (Update1) (Bloomberg)

4,000 displaced as troops battle Nigeria militants (Boston Herald)

Q+A-Who are the Islamic sect in northern Nigeria? (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

4,000 displaced as troops battle Nigeria militants (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria fighting rages as death toll passes 300 (Channel NewsAsia)

4 Nigeria Governors Say May Withdraw From Militant Amnesty (Nasdaq)

Nigeria, Islamic sect battle through night (UPI)

AF Nigeria Violence APNewsAlert (San Francisco Chronicle)

Over 300 killed in Nigeria since Sunday: police (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria hunts Islamic sect, women and children freed (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria fighting rages as death toll passes 300 (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Islamist violence sparked in Nigeria (UPI)

Over 100 killed as clashes hit Nigeria city: witnesses (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Scores Die as Sect Fights Nigeria Police (New York Times)

Scores Die as Sect Fights Nigeria Police (International Herald Tribune)

Nigeria on high alert as bloody clashes kill 150 (AFP via Yahoo! News)

curfews and extra troops quell violence (AP via Yahoo! News)

A look at Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! News)

Analysis: Poverty, graft behind Nigeria violence (AP via Yahoo! News)

Rebel oil attacks cost Nigeria billions: Shell (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Battles with militants kill hundreds in Nigeria, group says (CNN)

Monday, July 27, 2009

Islamist attacks kill 55 in Nigeria (Deseret News)

Police and Militants Clash in Nigeria (New York Times)

Deadly rampage in Nigeria (Straits Times)

Security boosted in north Nigeria (BBC News)

Police and Militants Clash in Nigeria (International Herald Tribune)

Nigeria police: 55 dead in attacks (USA Today)

Nigeria police: 55 dead in Islamist attacks (Boston Globe)

Nigeria police: 55 dead in Islamist attacks (MSNBC)

Pfizer settles in Nigeria drug suit: lawyers (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria police: 55 dead in Islamist attacks (Boston Herald)

Nigeria's anti-education preacher (BBC News)

Nigeria police: 55 dead in Islamist attacks (AP via Yahoo! News)

Muslim rebels expand attacks in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Nigeria, Pfizer reach settlement on drug lawsuit (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Clashes lead to deaths in Nigeria (UPI)

Nigeria toll hits 65 as police battle Islamists (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Sixty-five Dead In Religious Attacks In N Nigeria - Police (Nasdaq)

Ethnic and religious unrest in Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

65 dead in Nigeria religious attacks (Sydney Morning Herald)

First Bank of Nigeria Plans to Raise $3.31 Billion (Update1) (Bloomberg)

65 dead in attacks in northern police (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria Islamists torch church, police HQ: witnesses (AFP via Yahoo! News)

At least 200 killed in Bauchi religious crisis in Nigeria (People's Daily)

Nigeria’s Bauchi State Imposes Curfew After Clashes (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Controversy Trails Attempted Demolition of PCHN Quarters (

Buhari, Atiku, Bafarawa Talks Will Strengthen Opposition -Balarabe (

The Spiteful Haters of Abuja (

Muslim rebels expand Nigeria attacks (Financial Times)

Nigeria frees rebel leader (Denver Post)

Nigeria Forms Budget Committee to Meet Power Generation Target (Bloomberg)

At least 40 killed in Nigeria clashes (Hindustan Times)

Nigeria clashes kill over 50 in northeastern city (The Star)

Nigeria’s Bauchi State Imposes Curfew Following Fatal Clashes (Bloomberg)

Taliban sect clashes kill 42 in Nigeria (BigPond News)

Taliban sect clashes kill 42 in Nigeria (Sky News Australia)

Human Rights: Aondoakaa Presents Nigeria’s Action Plan to UN (This Day)

Police-Islamist clash kills 39 (3news)

Nigeria clashes kill over 50 in northeastern city (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Taliban sect clashes in Nigeria kill 42 (Sky News Australia)

Clashes in Nigeria kill 42 (BigPond News)

Forty-two dead as sect, police clash in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Singapore News)

Forty-two dead as sect, police clash in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

police-Islamist clash kills 39 (AP via Yahoo! News)

police-Islamist clash kills dozens (AP via Yahoo! Asia News)

Nigeria Islamist fighters attack police station (

Forty-two dead as sect, police clash in Nigeria (Channel NewsAsia)

Clashes in Nigeria leave 42 dead (Sydney Morning Herald)

police-Islamist clash kills dozens (Boston Globe)

42 Dead As Pro-Taliban Sect, Police Clash In Nigeria-Hospital (Nasdaq)

Nigeria's Freed Okah Met Militant Leaders On Peace Talks (Nasdaq)

Nigeria forces kill 32 after attack on police station (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Dozens killed in Nigeria clashes (BBC News)

Forty-two dead in Nigeria fighting (AFP via Yahoo! News)

police-Islamist clash kills dozens (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria forces kill 32 after attack on police station (The Star)

Saturday, July 25, 2009

U.S. Secretary of State Clinton to visit Nigeria next month (People's Daily)

Nigeria Struggles Economically As Oil Output Falls (Nasdaq)

Mission: Water for Nigeria (The Cincinnati Enquirer)

Hillary Clinton in State Visit to Nigeria Next Month (

Friday, July 24, 2009

Hillary Clinton in State Visit to Nigeria Next Month (This Day)

Lagos, Good Example of Strategic Action for Growth - Usman (

Angela Onyeador to NDIC - You Must Apologise Or... (

Wrong People Are Running Country's Football - Ezeugo (

820 Manufacturing Companies Close Down in 9 Years - MAN (

OPEC: Angola edges past oil giant Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

N8.2 Billion NTA Broadcast Equipment Contract (

ANPP Flays Turai Yar'Adua's N10 Billion Cancer Centre Project (

Don't Ethnicise Mend's Struggle, Soyinka Tells Yoruba Leaders (

Unilever Reaffirms Commitment to Homecare (

Brand Ambassador - Guinness Picks Okocha, Campaign Begins August (

Country's Oil Revenue Cut By Half (

Reps Stop Yar'Adua From Collecting Foreign Loans (

House Asks Yar'Adua to Stop Further Foreign Loans (

I Can Make Country Athletes the Best Globally -Evans (

NBA Asks INEC to Declare 17 Bauchi Assembly Seats Vacant (

NPAN Extols Jakande's Virtues (

Before the New Inspector General Takes Office (

Kidnapping Worries Security Chiefs (

Gowon, Shonekan Bid Williams' Wife Farewell (

'Country Requires N42 Trillion for Housing' (

Maduekwe's Flight of Fantasy (

'Kumo Fuelled Adamawa ANPP Crisis' (

Parents to Demonstrate Against Teachers' Strike (

FG Sets Up Agric Lobby Group (

Yar'Adua Orders Resuscitation of Nigeria/Pakistan Commission (

Nigeria/Ghana: Eaglets 'Trek' to Ghana For Their Friendly Dates (

NPL Sends Recommendations to NFF (

Gwom Wins 10,000 Gold (

Europe, Asia All Confirmed (

We Went by the Rules, Says NFF (

We Won't Have Problems With MRI Bone Scan, Says Ojo-Oba (

Federal Radio Corperation Makes Early Move (

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Police Refused to Assist Us - Accident Victims (

Our Sports Before 2020 (

FG Launches Campaign for Made in Nigeria Goods (

Yar’Adua Orders Resuscitation of Nigeria/Pakistan Commission (This Day)

MDGs: ‘Nigeria Requires N42tr for Housing’ (This Day)

Nigeria's Oil Revenue Cut by Half (This Day)

Nigeria's Q1 oil revenue cut by half: official (AFP via Yahoo! News)

STOA Laments Poor Port Access Road (

Stakeholders Commend Oceanic Bank for Making Provision for Loan Loss (

President Yar'Adua Orders Resuscitation of Nigeria-Pakistan Bilateral Commission (

Bolton Wanderers' Danny Shittu: I Will To Reclaim My Place In Nigeria's Super Eagles (

Diplomat Considers Ceasefire Positive Step for Peace (

How Niger Delta Militants Bungled Their Case - Tony Nted (

First Bank of Nigeria Rises by Daily Limit in Lagos (Update1) (Bloomberg)

GTBank Seeks to Wind Up Virgin Nigeria (

First Bank Plans Historic N500 Billion Bond Issue (

Okiro Owes Liquidated Lead Bank N166 Million, Says NDIC (

Food Consumption to Increase By 16 Percent to N5.8 Trillion (

'PDP, The Only Party, Others Mere Clubs' (

Towards Promoting And Protecting Human Rights in Nigeria (

Industrial Clusters - Strategy For Realising Vision 2020 (

First Bank of Nigeria Rises Daily Limit of 5% on Lagos Exchange (Bloomberg)

N166m Loan - NDIC Names Okiro Over Lead Bank's Liquidation (

N1.3 Billion Debt - GTB Urges Court to Wind Up Virgin Nigeria (

512 Kidnapped in Six Months (

Reps Raise Alarm Over $3.6 Billion Debt Profile (

Michael Jackson Planned to Visit the Country - Brother (

'Mr. Company Law And Practice', Orojo, Dies At 86 (

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

NNPC, NIA Disagree on Oil And Gas Risks (

Pharmaceutical Distribution Chains to be Strengthened (

The Country to Get Climate Change Commission (

Agriculture is The Country's Saviour -- Ruma (

Firm to Set up N735 Million Paracetamol Powder Industry (

Tourism Can Reduce Crime in Nigeria (

Away From Home, But Just Like Home (

First Bank of Nigeria Plans 500 Billion Naira Bond, ThisDay Says (Bloomberg)

PHCN - Power Supply to Improve By October (

El Sewedy to build Nigeria plant (AME Info)

GTBank Seeks to Wind up Virgin Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria Drifting into Slavery, Say Lawmakers (This Day)

Labour Blames Nigerians' Living Standard On Politicians (

Country May Not Achieve MDG Targets - House Committee On MDGs (

Guinness Names Okocha Ambassador (

Commissioner Identifies Barriers Against Maternal Mortality (

Nigeria/Gambia: Eaglets to Tackle Gambia (

Legendary Lee Evans Arrives (

Thousands in Water Shortage Protest (

Thousands in water shortage protest (AlertNet)

World Bank To Give Nigeria $100M Loan For Malaria Control (Medical News Today)

A visit to the center of Internet fraud in Nigeria (USA Today)

Nigeria's Zain pumps up its fiber network (FierceTelecom)

Kidnappings on the rise in Nigeria, over 500 so far (AlertNet)

Kidnappings on the rise in Nigeria, over 500 so far (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Al Hilal Invite Nigeria's Nasarawa United For Friendly (

Nigeria loses $750 mln annually to climate change: minister (People's Daily)

Nigeria's U17s Set To Face African Champions Gambia (

BATN Backs Tobacco Control Bill (

World Bank Grants Country $400 Million Loan for Gas Supply (

ANPP Doubts Akunyili's Patriotism, Re-Branding Project (

U.S Backs Amnesty, Says JTF Can't Avert Sabotage (

Six Foreign Investors Indicate Interest in Delta (

Governors' Defection to PDP Unethical - Shekarau (

Two Managers of Niger Dock Not Registered -- Reps (

Pension Risk Can Be Managed -- Expert (

Politicians And 20 - 2020 (

El Sewedy of Egypt to Build Nigeria Electrical Converter Plant (Bloomberg)

Firm Introduces E-Learning Technology (

'The Country is Rich Enough to Fund Education' (

Nigeria House Must Not Fall (

Transforming People For Leadership (

Revisiting Obama's Ghana Visit (

Nigeria Targets 4 Million Barrels of Oil per Day, ThisDay Says (Bloomberg)

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

China to Issue Visas to Illegal Nigerian Immigrants (

African Capital Alliance Raises U.S. $200 Million Equity (

'Measles Kill 400,000 Kids Yearly' (

MDGs - Nigeria Not Making Progress, Says WHO (

Country Loses One Million Barrels Per Day, Says Lukman (

The Rising Wave of Kidnapping (

Private Sector Dramatising Societal Ills - Buchi Raheem (

NCC Partners ITWorld Magazine On Mobile EMR Forum (

FG Approves 5,000 More Recruitment of Customs Officers (

N-Delta - FG Hails Oil Companies (

Megatech Partners Helios Towers On 200 Sites Co-Location Deal (

MDGs: Nigeria Not Making Progress, Says WHO (This Day)

Nigeria Loses 1m Barrels Per Day, Says Lukman (This Day)

Nigeria's tobacco lobby fumes over anti-tobacco bill (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Shell resumes oil output at Nigeria EA field (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Nigeria Seeks Bids for 75% Stake in Nitel, Mobile Phone Unit (Bloomberg)

Nigeria League Kick-Off Pencilled In To Start On August 30 (

George Weah & Abedi Pele Lead African Legends To Nigeria (

Enyeama Escapes Being Kidnapped (

Nigeria's Under-17s Will Enjoy A Tour Of West Africa Before World Cup (

Perspectives and Challenges of Rebranding (

Country as a Failed State? the Issues, the Facts (

Madoff's Experience - Any Lesson for Country? (

Etisalat Expands Services in the North (

Julius Berger Ordered to Appear in Court Over Banned Goods (

Okonjo-Iweala - Obi, Most Fiscally Responsible Governor (

A Nation's Identity Crisis - Blame the Rat Race (1) (

Osayomi Raises More Defection Fears (

Tijjani Kiyawa Got It Wrong on Issa Aremu (

Atlas Cove - IPMAN Assuages Fuel Scarcity Fear (

It's Still Darkness at Noon - Six Decades After Independence (

Hajj Airlift Begins October 20 ...pilgrims to Be Vaccinated Against Swine Flu (

UK, Reps Blame FG For Gas Flaring (

Nicon Insurance to Build University in Sao Tome (

FG, World Bank Sign $190 Million Loan For Lagos Schools (

Inside The Country's Only Sugar Factory (

Suswam - Peer Review, Incentive for Accountability (

To Hell With ASUU! (

Can Agro- Allied Businesses Also Relocate to Ghana? (

Nigeria special report 2009: multimedia feature (Financial Times)

Monday, July 20, 2009

United Bank of Nigeria Plans Branches in Kenya, Nation Reports (Bloomberg)

Malaria: Nigeria, W’Bank Sign $100m Pact (This Day)

Investigate Killings By Security Forces (

Loopholes in ASUU's Position (

Group Urges Return of Arabic On Naira (

Ghana: UT Makes Inroads in Nigeria (

Katsina to Get Five NNPC Mega Stations (

A Nation Buffeted By Incessant Strikes (

IMF Charges CBN on Interest Rate, External Reserves (

Trade With Egypt Trade Hit $120 Million in 2008 (

Rights group accuses Nigeria forces of Jos killings (AlertNet)

Names of N'gugi (

Rights group accuses Nigeria forces of Jos killings (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Investigate Killings by Security Forces (AlertNet)

Addax Says Nigeria’s Antan Oil Loadings Delayed by Poor Weather (Bloomberg)

MP fury at 'racist' Nigeria boat (BBC News)

The Country's Artistes Lead Channel O Nominations (

Amaechi Orders Closure of NLNG Jetty (

'No Cash Payment For E-Passport' (

Is Maryam Babangida Sick Again? (

FG Signs Gas MoU With Algeria, Niger (

SA Tourism Builds Momentum For World Cup (

Group Blames Politicians For Insecurity (

Mr. President, The Country is Going Down (

The Government Doesn't Recognise Kosovo, Says Yar'Adua (

Dangote, Otudeko Battle Over NSE Presidency (

Drug Hawking On the Increase - Nafdac DG (

Yar'Adua - CNPP Cautions Reps Over Impeachment Threat (

His Excellency At His Best (

Writers Want Minister, Others Probed Over N850 Million UBEC Scam (

Greed - Greatest Enemy of Entrepreneurship (

Enahoro is 86 (

Attack On Atlas Cove - Matters Arising (

Robbers Unleash Mayhem in Nsukka, Awka (

U.S. Not Aware of Obama's Planned Visit to Country (

Sunday, July 19, 2009

PDP - We'll Win More States in 2011 (

iBurst to Sell Stock to Expand Into Nigeria, Business Day Says (Bloomberg)

‘Trans-Sahara Gas Pipeline’ll Boost Nigeria’s Economy’ (This Day)

Energy: W’Bank Identifies $18bn Investment Potentials in Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria FA Officials Visit Benin To Make Peace (

Nigeria's U17's To Train In Qatar (

Italy's Eni Cooperating In Milan Probe On Nigeria's TSKJ (Nasdaq)

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Mr. President, Nigeria Is Going Down (This Day)

Nigeria Doesn’t Recognise Kosovo, Says Yar’Adua (This Day)

10,000 Militants to Get Amnesty, N65,000 Monthly (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-18 14:12 Eni unit offices searched in Nigeria bribe probe-sources (Interactive Investor)


Eni unit offices searched in Nigeria bribe probe-sources (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)

Friday, July 17, 2009

Polio update in Nigeria July 2009 (News-Medical-Net)

Two Policemen Dismissed for Stealing 'Okada' (

Nigeria 'ready for 10,000 rebels' (BBC News)

U.S. president Obama to visit Nigeria soon (People's Daily)

Active fire detection over Atlas Cove Jetty petroleum facility, Lagos, Nigeria (AlertNet)

Playing With Fire (

Daily Trust/, GlobalPost Examine Agricultural Production, Food Insecurity In Nigeria, Iraq (Medical News Today)

Census Tribunal Begins Sitting Next Week (

CBN Orders Daily Returns on Inter-Bank Placements (

Matori Plans Big For Judokas (

NFF Explains Wolves' Decision (

INEC Registers Four More Political Parties (

'Why Turai Seeks N10 Billion Cancer Centre' (

Film Festival That Fosters Global Peace (

Govt, Britain Sign MoU on Drug Trafficking (

Nicon Establishes University, Bank in Sao Tome, Ghana (

Re-Engineering University Admissions (

High Population Growth Rate May Hamper MDG - Nafdac DG (

Country's Trade With U.S Hits Us$42 Billion (

Uwais On Election Reform - Time is Running Out (

NLC President Accuses Yar' Adua of Inefficiency (

Top Government Officials Behind Smuggling - Customs (

Square Pegs in Round Holes (

ICTs in Social Activism (

Thursday, July 16, 2009

FG: Obama to Visit Nigeria Soon (This Day)

Nigeria FA Chief Slams Sudan Transfer Paper Forgeries As 'Scandalous' (

NFF Staff Dies in Office (

Abuja Throws Grand Prix Open to Students, Embassies, Fans (

Rabiu Ibrahim Joins Nigeria's U20s In Egypt Tournament (

Imo to Sanction Govt Over Littered Waters (

Revealed! Why Amodu Cancelled Friedly Matches for Eagles (

N'Delta - Education to the Rescue (

Why Eagles Will Not Play Friendly in August - NFF (

Alozie Coming for Abuja Grand Prix (

Federal Executive Council Approves N8.2 Billion Contract for NTA Equipment (

Failed States Index - Country Ranked 15 Out of 177 Nations (

Gas Flaring - Britain Blames Country (

CBN Seeks More Powers, Moves to Amend Bofia (

ANPP, AC Behind Plot Against Yar'Adua, Says PDP (

FG Drags Julius Berger to Court (

Nigeria Oil Min: Reform Will Bring Transparency To Oil Sector (Nasdaq)

Nigeria's oil sector reform law will be transparent: Minister (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Energy jitters in Nigeria (UPI)

Pillars Want Al Hilal Stopped From Using Latest Recruits (

Nigeria's VP tasks African ministers on growth, economic crisis (People's Daily)

Is It Over? (

Nigeria, U.S. Hold Seminar On Consumer Protection (

Militants No Threat to Fifa U-17 World Cup - Aminu (

FG Grants N53 Million Funds to Small Scale Miners (

Dockworkers Threaten to Shut Port Operations (

In the Throes of Crippling Strikes (

Committee Begins Work On Airport Concession (

Belgore Canvasses Impeachment of Governors Who Fiddle With Judiciary Funds (

'Petroleum Bill Will Free Nigeria From Foreign Domination' (

FG Sues Julius Berger Over Contraband Importation (

UBA, Zenith, GTB Get $313 Billion From AfDB (

AGF Should Not Antagonise NBA - Ike Uko (

Western Nebraska attorney leaving for Nigeria (Lincoln Journal Star)

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Failed States Index: Nigeria Ranked 15 out of 177 Nations (This Day)

Gas Flaring: Britain Blames Nigeria (This Day)

Warri Wolves to Play CAF Cup, Amaju Thumbs Up for Uduaghan (

MEND Spurns Amnesty, Bombs Agip, Chevron Facilities (

Nigeria Oil Rebel Group Declares 60-Day Ceasefire (Rigzone)

Analysis: Nigeria oil truce won't end conflict (San Francisco Chronicle)

Analysis: Nigeria oil truce won't end conflict (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria authorities welcome truce (BBC News)

Bank, Aiesec Partner on HIV/Aids Education (

Nigeria's MEND Says May Call Off Ceasefire Over Government Troops (Nasdaq)

Nigeria’s Main Rebel Group Threatens to Call off Ceasefire (Bloomberg)

FGN Bonds Trading Yields N1.456 Trillion in Three Weeks (

Paris Debt - CBN Asked to Refund U.S.$135 Million (

NBBF Appoints Bakare as D'Tigress Coach (

Paying Godly Taxes (

Nigeria's MEND Declares 60-Day Ceasefire (INO News)

Model schoolgirl faces deportation to Nigeria where her father was murdered (Daily Mail)

IPP - PHCN Owes Rivers N8 Billion (

NCC Seeks Police, Customs' Support Over Piracy (

AFDB to Give The Country $200 Million (

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Nigeria's Oil War Rebels Declare 60-Day Truce (Sky News via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance)

Nigeria’s Main Rebel Group Declares 60-Day Cease-Fire (Update4) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria's main oil militant group says it is calling a 60-day cease-fire (INO News)

Nigeria oil militants call 60-day cease-fire (WCAX-TV Vermont)

Nigeria oil militants call 60-day cease-fire (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria, China hold trade forum to boost commercial links (People's Daily)

Nigeria rebel group declares truce (BigPond News)

Nigeria militants say they will observe cease-fire (Los Angeles Times)

UPDATE: MEND In Nigeria Declares Temporary Cease-Fire (Nasdaq)

Nigeria rebel group declares truce (Sydney Morning Herald)

Nigeria rebels announce 'truce' (BBC News)

Nigeria's main rebel group declares truce (AFP via Yahoo! News)

AfDB to Give Nigeria $200m (This Day)

‘Nigeria, Still Giant of Africa’ (This Day)

Nigeria's main rebel group declares ceasefire (Sydney Morning Herald)

Nigeria's main rebel group declares ceasefire (AFP via Yahoo! News)

MEND In Nigeria Declares Temporary Cease-Fire (Nasdaq)

Group Kicks Against Automatic 2nd Term Ticket (

Chamscity Facilitates Employee Development (

Catch Them Young - Four Nigerian Kids Emerge Microsoft Certified Professionals (

CBN Should Ban Banks From Giving Loans to Director (

Illegal Software Rises By One Percent As Microsoft Outlines Implications (

Nigeria's Bonny Militants Want Jobs, Leaders' Release -Mediator (Nasdaq)

Kaduna Guber - Fresh Legal Battle Begins (

Lulu, Singabele Praise Fashola As Soccer Comes Home to Lagos (

Nipco Urges Import Duty Concessions On LPG Kits (

Henry Okah Freed, Jets Out Tomorrow for Medical Care (

'Yar'adua Deserves Second Term' (

UPDATE:Nigeria Jetty Attack Won't Hit Import,Supply -Oil Indus (Nasdaq)

Nigeria rebel leader freed after attack (Sydney Morning Herald)

'Equating Women With Minors Was Mental Anguish' (

Hold FG Responsible for Crisis in Public Service, Says Rattawu (

Oyo ANPP 'Audits' Members (

'North Has Highest Child Mortality Rate' (

Submarine Cable - Hope of Price Crash in Voice, Data Services (

Buhari, Atiku Don't Scare us, Says PDP (

ANPP Says Buhari's Party Will Destroy Opposition (

Broke NPL Office Closed Over Unpaid Bills (

Reporting a Mock Battle in Yobe's Desert (

Federation Cup - Lagos Pays N69 Million Hosting Fee (

233 Foreigners Become Nigerians (

Vision 2020 - The Country Needs 60,000Mw of Power -Minister (

Prices of Kerosene Soars, as Deregulation Commences (

Senate Marvels at EGI IPP Electricity Supply to 18 Communities (

Country's 40 Billion Barrels Reserve Target Threatened (

Monday, July 13, 2009

Hockey - The National Team Breaks Ghana,S Jinx (

Court Frees Okah, Militants Hit Lagos (

Nigeria, US Trade Hits $42bn (This Day)

Nigeria frees suspected top rebel leader (

'End of world' blast in Nigeria (Straits Times)

Pengassan Insists On Passage of Petroleum Bill (

AEPB Seals Off NPL, Sacks Staff (

Immigration Boss Decries Rise in Human Trafficking (

CBN Examination Report Indicts DFIs, PMIs And MFBs (

Nigeria rebels welcome Okah release, want peace talks (AlertNet)

Daniel Voted Twice, Amosun's Counsel Tells Tribunal (

Big Men, Little Conscience (

2nd UPDATE: Nigeria's Militant Leader Freed, Charges Dropped (Nasdaq)

Nigeria's militant leader freed, charges dropped (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's Militant Leader Henry Okah Freed, Charges Dropped (Nasdaq)

Ekwueme Seeks Cooperation Among Cultures (

Buhari, Atiku Align For 2011 (

Nigeria rebels attack Lagos oil dock, 5 dead (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria downplays latest MEND attacks (UPI)

Oil up near $60 on weaker dollar, Nigeria attack (USA Today)

Nigeria's Unknown Unemployed (

FAAN Insists on Airports' Concession (

Drama at Transcorp Hilton Hotel as Greece Envoy, Wife Label Nigerians Thieves (

Still on Power (

Oil up to near US$60 on weaker US dollar, attacks in Nigeria (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria militants attack Lagos oil depot (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Group Makes Case For Virile LG Polls (

Lessons From the Bernard Madoff Experience (

N1.5 Billion Nerc Fraud - Court Refuses to Vary Bail Condition (

Lawmaker Seeks ANPP's Divorce From Unity Govt (

'How to Stop Citizens From Seeking Foreign Medicare' (

Chimamanda "Writes" For African Voices (

Tribunal Dismisses INEC's Bid on Election Materials (

C.A.N. Tasks Lawmakers on Rights Bills (

PDP And Its Ways - S/East And Presidency 2015 (

FG, Militants Advised to Respect Agreement (

Oil up near $60 on weaker dollar, Nigeria attack (San Francisco Chronicle)

Oil up near $60 on weaker dollar, Nigeria attack (AP via Yahoo! News)

N4 Billion Suit - Court Strikes Out Ecobank's Name (

Government and UK Collaborate Over £1 Million Prison (

How Far With Amnesty in Rivers State? (

State Radio, TV Stations May Join Rattawu's Strike Today (

Prelude to a One-Party-State (

Vision 2020 - FG Tongue Lashes Thematic Groups For Failure, The Country at Crossroads (

Don Calls For Improvement in Health Sector (

EFCC Awaits NDIC, CBN Reports on Failed Banks (

Africa: Nigeria - Peacekeeping And the Re-Branding Mantra (

Nigeria militants claim attack on Lagos oil depot (GMA News)

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Interbank Interest Rate Defy CBN Guarantee, Hit 22 Percent (

'CTV Can Compete With Any TV Station' (

CMAN Demands Implementation of 2002 Backward Integration Policy For Cement (

Nigeria militants claim attack on Lagos oil depot (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

West Africa: Soyinka - Obama's Boycott of Nigeria in Order (

PMAN Organizes Concerts For Michael Jackson (

Nigeria optimistic of credible elections in 2011 (People's Daily)

Soyinka: Obama’s Boycott of Nigeria in Order (This Day)

Nigeria rebels claim Lagos attack (BBC News)

Obama - African Leaders Must End Tyranny, Corruption (

Court to decide Monday on release of top Nigeria rebel (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Buhari, Atiku Bury Presidential Ambitions (

Details for release of Nigeria rebel to be agreed on (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, July 11, 2009

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-12 07:29 UPDATE 1-Nigeria rebels, government agree amnesty - lawyer (Interactive Investor)

Oil giants tremble at Nigeria's oil reforms (Mail and Guardian)

Nigeria rebels, government agree amnesty (The Malaysian Insider)

Pirated memorial DVDs flood Nigeria (Sky News Australia)

Pirated memorial DVDs flood Nigeria (BigPond News)

Pirated discs flood Nigeria (Straits Times)

Enyimba, Sharks Clash to Showcase Nigeria’s U17 Readiness (This Day)

Memorial pirate DVDs hit Nigeria (BigPond News)

Pirated discs of Jackson memorial flood Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Stop Criticising Eagles, Chukwu Begs Nigerians (

Obama's Ghana Trip Irks Nigeria (Washington Post)

Friday, July 10, 2009

Obama's Trip to Ghana Inspires Envy in Nigeria (Washington Post)

Fulfill Your Commitment to Africa, President Yar'Adua Urges G8 Leaders (

Nigeria militants claim to destroy pipeline (Canadian Business)

Nigeria Militants Blow Up Chevron Oil Pipeline (INO News)

Nigeria militants claim to destroy pipeline (Boston Globe)

Ugandans Go Wild for Omotola (

Michael Jackson Tribute Concert @ Ojez (

Search for Best Stylist Begins (

Piracy, Bane of Nollywood Growth, Says Emma Isikaku (

Senec Regenerates Growth in the South-East (

Nigeria militants claim to destroy pipeline (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Nigeria militants claim to destroy pipeline (AP via Yahoo! News)

N188 Billion Depositors' Funds Trapped in Failed Banks (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-10 19:04 UPDATE 1-First Bank Nigeria 2008 gross earnings rise 40 pct (Interactive Investor)

Strike - Rattawu, NUJ Picket NTA (

Shamsuddeen Scores V2020 Thematic Groups Low (

Go Back to Work, FG Begs ASUU (

UPDATE: Eni Declares Force Majeure After Nigeria Pipe Sabotage (Nasdaq)

Nigeria’s Stocks May Rally 15 Percent More This Year, UBA Says (Bloomberg)

First Bank of Nigeria Annual Profit Slumps Two-Thirds (Update1) (Bloomberg)

'The Country Lacks Infrastructure to Develop Gas Sector' (

Zelaya's Cross (

Market Indifferent to The Nation's Attacks as Oil Tumbles Further Below $61 (

Monetisation Arrears - Strike Paralyses Media, Health, Education (

Balarabe Laments Rising Cases of Graft (

Eni Declares Force Majeure After Nigeria Pipe Sabotage Tuesday (Nasdaq)

Forex - CBN Re-Introduces Wholesale Dutch Auction (

N53 Billion Bad Debts - Senate Summons Sanusi, Bank Chiefs (

Fashola, Asiodu, Mbu Condole Williams (

FG Urged to Ban Use of Generator in MDAS (

FCTA, John Holt Back Project Wealth Nigeria (

The Nation Sliding Into One-Party State, Opposition Parties Tell Obama (

Nigeria president wants rebel leader freed in days (AlertNet)

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Kofarmata, Mohammed On Home-Based Eagles List (

WDAS Becomes Operational Monday -- CBN (

Kaduna Threatens Rioters Over PHCN (

Nigeria, Ghana Business Face Off Lingers (

FCTA, John Holt Back Project Wealth Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria Sliding into One-party State, Opposition Parties Tell Obama (This Day)

18 Cops Feared Dead in Ogun Auto Crash (

Wanted - a More Secure Tenure for Nigerian Judges (2) (

Nigeria Militants: President Adviser Nomination Opens Channel (Nasdaq)

Three Firms Top Trade Finance Deals With N64.5 Billion (

Equity Trading Soars By 196 Percent, Despite Bearish Trend (

Nigeria To Release Militant Leader (INO News)

Nigeria welcomes British aid for prisons (UPI)

Nigeria rebel Okah 'to be freed' (BBC News)

2009 - Making Noise (

ASUU Strike - Huriwa Asks FG to Sack Education Minister (

Conference Recommends Zero Party for Elections (

Nigeria to free rebel leader Okah - presidency (AlertNet)

Nigeria welcomes UK prisoner plan (BBC News)

Nigeria rebel leader accepts gov't amnesty-lawyer (AlertNet)

FG Okays N4 Billion to Furnish Foreign Affairs Office (

Forgiveness and the Culture of Cynicism (

Reflections On Sanusi's "My Agenda" (

Minister Charges CRFFN On Zero Tolerance For Corruption (

Only N3.5 Billion Left of Obasanjo's N19 Billion Aviation Fund (

140 Million 'Liabilities' (

Matthew Hassan Kukah - My Life, My Calling, My Country (

Aviation Workers Reject New Toll Gate Fees at MMIA (

The Naked Ogun Lawmaker (

The Interminable Paralysis of The ANPP (

Mimiko, Akinlaja Task Yar'Adua on 2011 Elections (

Sanusi's Reforms Win Approval (

This Nation Doesn't Need More Than Five Political Parties - Barau (

The National Team Line Up North African Opposition (

Play Like I Did (

The National Team Depart, Finally (

I Am Hungry, Kindly Re-Brand Me (

'Yar'adua, Not Ready For Electoral Reform' (

Towards a United Nigeria (

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Medics Record Heart Surgery Feat (

Senate Summons Sanusi Over N49 Billion Bank Debt (

Britain wants to pay for prison cells in Nigeria to clear our jails (Daily Telegraph)

Pele: Nigeria will reach 2010 semis (The New Sabah Times)

UN Report: Nigeria Loses 55m Barrels of Oil to Theft Yearly (This Day)

UK To Pay For New Prison In Nigeria - Reports (Nasdaq)

Britain may pay for new prison in reports (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Government may pay for new prison in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Ajimobi Berates Akala Over Foreign Trips (

House Divided Over Constitutional Amendment (

Ajimobi Blasts Akala (

N600 Billion Agric Fund - Nigerian Farmers Want Fair Sharing (

FG Urged to Address Relocation of Industries to Ghana (

FG Moves to End Overseas Medical Treatment (

Collaborate With Other Agencies, Minister Charges CRFFN (

Naccima Advocates for More Businesses With China (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-08 18:59 BRIEF-Eni on Nigeria pipeline sabotage (Interactive Investor)

Kidnapped McKinney Man Gets an Up-Close Look Into Nigeria's Oily Heart of Darkness (Dallas Observer)

INTERVIEW-Nigeria looks to oil firms for help in amnesty (AlertNet)

'2011 Election Result to Be Released Instantly' (

Nigeria Interbank Rate to Drop by 13 Points, Standard Bank Says (Bloomberg)

16 Firms Bid for Bitumen Blocks (

Yar' Adua Forwards Nominees For NDIC, NDDC to Senate (

The Country's Cardiologist Records Heart Medical Feat (

The Economy Loses N2.2 Billion Daily to Attack on Chevron's Offshore Production (

Tardy Road to Onoh's State Burial (

In Zamfara, Yari, Matawalle Battle For ANPP's Ticket (

Chevron Oil Sees Brighter Days Ahead After Life Threatening Battle (

Two key oil pipelines blown up in Nigeria : militants (AFP via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Global Financial Crisis Spill-Over May Force The Country to Borrow - Expert (

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Governors Back Niger Delta Solution, Lament Revenue Drop (

Sanusi Rolls Back Soludo's Policies (

2ND UPDATE: 2 Key Oil Pipelines Blown Up In Nigeria-Militants (Nasdaq)

Nigeria oil crisis amnesty deal flawed: Analysts (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria Rebels Claim Attacks on Shell, Agip Oil Pipes (Update1) (Bloomberg)

CBN Slashes Interest Rate to Six Percent (

Pemberontak Nigeria Serang Pipa Shell & Agip (okezone)

Two key oil pipelines blown up in Nigeria : militants (AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Two key oil pipelines blown up in militants (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Etisalat Nigeria Planning $2bn Network Expansion (Computer Business Online via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Edo Apson Wants Assault On Members Probed (

NSCDC Threatens to Shut Un-Registered Security Firms (

Appeal Court Orders Nitel to Reinstate Sacked Worker (

Ogun Crisis - ANPP, AC Condemns Elders' Meeting (

Nigeria arrests 3 men with explosive material (AlertNet)

Union Bank Bonanza - Two Additional Millionaires Emerge (

Ecobank Nigeria Boosts Capital By U.S. $400 Million (

5 Chinese Said Abducted Off Cameroon; Nigeria's MEND Suspected (Nasdaq)

Nigeria Cuts Key Rate to 6% to Boost Credit Growth (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria Lifts Restrictions on Foreign Exchange Trade (Update1) (Bloomberg)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-07 17:04 Nigeria cenbank to guarantee interbank transactions (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-07 16:50 Nigeria cenbank sees inflation falling on back of harvest (Interactive Investor)

MEND Blows Up Chevron Platform, Kidnaps Workers (

Aftermath of Election Petition Cases - Judges in Court of Public Opinion (

Russian ambassador confirms 2 Russians held by militants in Nigeria (Interfax)

Nigeria has 1 month oil supply in reserve (UPI)

Nigeria Cuts Key Rate to 6% to Boost Credit Growth (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Is Nigeria a failed state? (BBC News)

NBA Alleges Corruption, Malpractices in Justice Ministry ? FG Approves N45 Million For Halliburton ... (

Expert Wants Conservation of Migrating Water Birds (

Trans-Saharan Gas Project 'Not For Sale' - Ministers (

Sacked 506 Afri Bank Staff Send SoS to CBN (

Foreign Bids For The Country's Banks Unlikely For Now (

'Nnamani, Harry Would've Been Better Leaders' (

June 12 - Between The Nation and Iran (

Shameful State of Our Court Rooms! (

Illegal Transfer - Appeal Court Orders Bank to Pay N152 Million (

Oil Sinks Below $64 Despite Attacks on Facilities in Nigeria (

Ex-NNPC Worker Appointed Chairman Equatorial Guinea's Zafiro Committee (

Nigeria's Lack of Efficient Gas Projects Delivery Worries NGA (

FG Has Not Allocated N70 Billion Textile Revival Fund-Isagua (

Monday, July 06, 2009

Militants Blow-Up Chevron Crude Pipeline (

Nigeria Rebel Attacks Shut 589,000 Barrels of Oil, Trust Says (Bloomberg)

Nigeria Crashes out of Microsoft Software Design Competition (This Day)

Nigeria militants hit another oil facility, hijack tanker (The Malaysian Insider)

Indomitable Beach Eagles! (

Reps Probe U.S. $4.44 Billion NLNG Dividend (

Fraudsters Take Over Kerosine Supply (

Onne Oil & Gas Zone in Rivers State is a Rip-Off-Pengassan (

Nigeria Says 23 Militants In Niger Delta Surrender Arms (Nasdaq)

Mass-Based Student Unionism Could Counterweight Cultism (

NUPENG, PENGASAN Make U-Turn, Back Deregulation (

The Tragedy of Virgin Nigeria (

Nigeria militants seize ship crew (BBC News)

Education, Health Votes Cut to Fund Road - Senator, Union Leader Disagree (

Presbyterian Church Scores Democracy Low in Nigeria (

Germany, Israel, Egypt Reject Okah For Treatment (

Farafina, Silverbird Unveil The Thing Around Your Neck (

Seven-Point Agenda is a Waste of Time, Gambo Magaji Says (

Iwu Blames Police For Ekiti Chaos (

Olawale shoots Nigeria to glory (FIFA)

Nigeria rebels destroy Chevron facility, hijack tanker (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Ecobank Records 71 Percent Drop in Pat (

Corruption - EFCC Blames Judiciary For Slow Impact (

Reps Probe $4.44 Billion NLNG Fund (

AC Tasks FG on Economy (

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria's Iron Lady of Finance (

Nigeria militants 'seize vessel with foreign crew' (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria militants claim to hijack chemical tanker (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria rebels attack oil facility, hijack tanker (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

NNPC, House Disagree Over $4.44 Billion NLNG Dividend (

Deregulation - Oil Workers Give Conditional Support (

AC Urges FG to Pay More Attention to Economy (

My Wife Made Me Lover of Artworks (

Hydrocarbon Firm Debuts in Country (

Yar'Adua Leaves for G8 Summit on Wednesday (

Valucard, Interswitch in Battle for Supremacy (

Restoring Nigerian Banks' Clean Bill of Health (

Militants claim another attack in south Nigeria (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Sunday, July 05, 2009

Outsourcing Will Shape The Nation's Economy - Yar'Adua (

Paralympic Committee Targets Five Gold Medals At 2010 Commonwealth Games (

Behold Kimwonder - New Pop Sensation (

Nigeria militants hit pipeline (Straits Times)

Nigeria militants say attack Chevron oil manifold (The Star)

Nigeria militants claim to destroy Chevron manifold (AFP via Yahoo! News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-06 04:03 Nigeria militants say attack Chevron oil manifold (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-06 04:21 UPDATE 1-Nigeria militants say attack Chevron oil manifold (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria militants say attack Chevron oil manifold (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Hydrocarbon Firm Debuts in Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria militants say attack Chevron oil manifold (AlertNet)

Nigeria militants say attack Chevron oil manifold (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

House: Nigeria May Face Hard Times By 2014 (This Day)

Sahara pipeline to start in Nigeria (Calcutta News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-05 10:17 Nigeria militants say attack Shell oil well head (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-05 10:48 UPDATE 1-Nigeria militants say attack Shell oil facility (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria militants say attack Shell oil well head (AlertNet)

Nigeria militants say attack Shell oil facility (AlertNet)

Saturday, July 04, 2009

Child snatching for rituals on the rise in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Algeria signs gas deal with Niger, Nigeria (MENAFN)

Nigeria, Others at Imagine Cup Finals in Egypt (This Day)

Nigeria, Côte d'Ivoire book passage (FIFA)

West Africa: Nigeria, Algeria, Niger Seal $10bn Gas Pipeline Deal (

Friday, July 03, 2009

Trip to homeland in Nigeria helps FAMU backup QB be content (Tallahassee Democrat)

Nigeria, Algeria, Niger in $12b gas deal (The West Australian)

Nigeria, Algeria and Niger agree to create pipeline to ship gas to Europe (Baltimore Sun)

Nigeria Gets Positive Fitch Rating (This Day)

Nigeria, Algeria, Niger Seal $10bn Gas Pipeline Deal (This Day)

The Tragedy of Virgin Nigeria (This Day)

Algeria, Nigeria Sign Upstream Gas Swap Deal -Algeria (Nasdaq)

Mourinho arrives in Nigeria (BBC News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-03 19:25 Nigeria militant trial goes on despite amnesty offer (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria militant trial goes on despite amnesty offer (AlertNet)

Nigeria's First Bank gains approval for China office (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-07-03 18:08 Nigeria's First Bank gains approval for China office (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria, Algeria, Niger seal $10 bln gas pipeline deal (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria, Niger, Algeria Sign $10 Billion Trans-Saharan Pipeline Deal (Nasdaq)

Nigeria, Algeria, Niger Sign Accord on Gas Pipeline (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria, Algeria, Niger seal gas pipeline deal (AFP via Yahoo! News)

The Matter of Ekiti REC (

ANPP to Challenge Yuguda's Defection to PDP -Ume-Ezeoke (

The Difference Between Togo, Nigeria (

Police Unprepared For Democracy When It Came -Osayande (

Senate Okays New Law, Dec 2010 Deadline For Gas Flaring (

Report on Nigerian Banks Fabricated, in Bad Taste, Says CIBN (

USADF Signs Grant to Support The Less Privileged in Nigeria (

U.S. Trains Nigeria Customs on Intellectual Property Enforcement (

PRESS RELEASE: Fitch: Nigeria At 'BB-'/'BB', Outlook Stable (Nasdaq)

Nigeria, Algeria, Niger Sign Accord on Gas Pipeline (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Thursday, July 02, 2009

FG to Solve Nigeria-Benin Boundary Crisis (This Day)

Chicago 2016 bid team in Nigeria to lobby for summer games (Chicago Sun-Times)

China, Nigeria seek to further military cooperation (China Economic Net)

U.S. Agency Donates 100 Laptops to Pupils (

Media Are Heroes - Akunyili (

Traders Task FG On Funding of Small Scale Industries (

Local Govts Seek Financial Autonomy From FG, States (

Nigeria,Algeria Set To Sign Trans-Sahara Pipe Deal Friday-Algeria (Nasdaq)

Strike Demands - ASUU Wins Three, One to Go (

Intels Sustains Investments Amidst Low Activities (

Why Elections Fail in Country, By Iwu (

Computer-Based Testing, Best to Curb Exams Malpractice - eTC MD (

Makinde's Sermon on Democracy (

Re - Turai's Daughters And Nigerian Bachelors (

Special Court For EFCC Matters Not Necessary - Enitan (

Reps to Ban Sale of Fairly Used Tyres (

Nigeria Spends N116 Billion Annually on Sugar Import - Dangote (

'ANPP's Review of GNU Medicine After Death' (

'Nigeria's Forest Resources Can Alleviate Poverty' (

Apapa-Oshodi Way - Another Day in Hell (

NFF Disowns NANF, Warns Sponsors (

CBN Warns Commercial Banks on Lending (

Etisalat to Spend $2 Billion on Infrastructure (

Gazprom Nigeria Venture, Nigaz, Stirs Racism Debate (

EU to Support Niger Delta With 80,000 Euros (

No Additional Hajj Seats, NAHCOM Tells States (

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Bada Explains Move For American Coach (

Fifa U-17 Draws Hold August Seventh (

NFF Disowns NANF (

Longman Launches Mobile Reading Pilot For Children (

Karu Residents Want Phcn's Prepaid Meters (

Gunmen kidnap gov't official in SE Nigeria (People's Daily)

EU's N16.4 Billion Grant for N-Delta LGs (

We've Not Quit Our Power Plants' Projects - MAN (

LCCI Tables Key Areas for CBN's Intervention (

Anambra Re-Assigns Abagana-Oye Nimo Road Project (

PHCN Blames Failure On Corruption (

Textile Technocrats, Bankers, Economists Converge On Industry Revival (

Nigeria extends amnesty offer to jailed militant leader (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Akala's Aide Kidnapped, N20 Million Ransom Demanded (

Nigeria oil company rejects damning Amnesty report (CNN)

ATM - CBN's Redeployment Deadline Now Aug 31 (

Banks Not Distressed, NDIC Says (

Eraskorp Clinches Sahcol for N13 Billion (

CNP Takes Roadmap to Uyo, Yenagoa, Kaduna (

Nigeria gunmen kill 5 police in botched kidnapping (AlertNet)

Oil rises above US$71 on inventory drop, Nigeria (National Post)

Gazprom Nigeria venture, Nigaz, stirs racism debate (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

USADF Supports Handicapped Nigerians (

Electoral Reform - NLC Chieftain Warns Politicians (

INEC, Politicians to Blame For Nation's Electoral Woes - Ezugwu (

Gazprom Nigeria venture, Nigaz, stirs racism debate (The Malaysian Insider)

Oil rises above $71 on U.S. inventory drop, Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Militancy - Shell's Daily Output Drops to 140,000 BPD (

Nextzon Facilitates Brazilian-Nigerian Joint Venture Pact (

Buhari Accuses Yar'Adua, PDP of Fascism (

CBN Margin Loan Audit of Banks Takes Toll on NSE Indicators (

Oil above $71 on inventory drop, Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

CEFARRD to Launch Life After School Youth Initiative (

U.S. Gives $91,464 to Association (

From a Glorified Village to Mega City (

Mbu to FG - Don't Punish Cross River For Loss of Bakassi (

Nigeria Says Eraskorp Is Preferred Bidder for Sahcol (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

NBBF Receives Cheque, Teams Assemble For Season (

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