Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for August 2009

Sunday, August 30, 2009

CAF Champions League: Nigeria's Pillars Avenge Al Hilal Loss (

EFCC Set to Arraign Sacked Bank Chiefs (

Nigeria cuts prison sentence for peacekeepers (Independent Online)

Nigeria's Afolabi joins Salzburg (BBC News)

Nigeria make approach for Man City defender Onuoha (

Nigeria reduces prison sentence for 27 peacekeepers (The Star)

Nigeria reduces prison sentence for 27 peacekeepers (The Malaysian Insider)

Nigeria's Bayelsa United Fall To Primeiro De Agosto (

Saturday, August 29, 2009


Sanusi Promises Double Digit Growth (

Nigeria's Under-20s Depart For Spain (

Nigeria promises to help former rebels (Independent Online)

Bringing It, To Nigeria (Strategy Page)

Friday, August 28, 2009

Nigeria Disgraced On Two Fronts (

Soludo - If Abroad, Stay There (

Afren, Oriental Partner Addax Petroleum (

Edo Union Wants National Award for Obaseki (

Suspension of 2 Members Hasty - Sokoto NUJ (

Nigeria promises better life for militants who surrender arms (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Chinese Man Kills Co-Worker in Abuja (

Sanusi Says Nigeria Doesn’t Need to Cut Interest Rate (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria Vows to Pay Bank Creditors, Prevent Failures (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Power Supply - PHCN Assures Owerri Residents (

Isan Kicks Against Approach of Banking Reform (

Detained Ex-Bank CEOs Get Tough Bail Terms (

Human Trafficking - Smedan Partners Naptip On Victim Empowerment (

'SEC Should Come Clean' (

Trouble in Banks, Indictment On CBN, NDIC (

Nitel's Sale to Be Transparent - Jonathan (

Nigeria’s Interbank Rate to Be Sustained This Year, Sanusi Says (Bloomberg)

Marwa Denies Banking Sector Collapse (

Yam Export - Nasarawa's Quest for Revenue Boost (

Why Inec Can't Declare Defecting Bauchi Lawmakers' Seats Vacant -Iwu (

Nigeria banking system 'stable' (BBC News)

Sports Editors Give Adebiyi Pass Mark (

What $10,000 Cannot Do! (

Peacekeeping - The Country Regains UN Confidence (

Waziri And Her Anti-Graft Campaign (

Shareholders, CIPM Flay Banks CEOs' Removal (

The Government Defends Bid For Increased Maritime Boundary (

Quest For Proper Film Censorship (

Sect members captured in Nigeria (BBC News)

60 Debtors, 16 Bank Chiefs Now in EFCC Custody (

Pfizer Pledges Support for Heart Disease MGT (

African Comment: Will Age Scandal Force Nigeria To Address Youth Development? (

Nigeria joins police to fight scammers (The Courier Mail)

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Peacekeeping: Nigeria Regains UN Confidence (This Day)

Nigeria Defends Bid For Increased Maritime Boundary (This Day)

Nigeria recoups $170m bad debts (BBC News)

African Comment: Will Age Scandal Force Nigeria To Address Youth Development Issue? (

Rescue of Nigerian Banks Complicates Plot for Industry (

Amnesty brings Nigeria within OPEC quota (UPI)

Cooking Gas - FG Issues Two-Week Ultimatum to Oil Firms (

Akingbola Removed As CIBN President (

Nitel - 'We Will Get It Right This Time' (

Foreign Banks Suspend Funding Nigeria's Oil Sector (

Neiti Awards Meter Infrastructure Study (

Neiti Report - Persistent Quest For Transparent Cash Cow (

Foreign Investors Fault Low Credit Rating for the Country (

When Failure is Preferred (

Guaranty Trust of Nigeria Shareholders Back Bond Sale (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Don't Give in to FG's Blackmail, NUT Tells ASUU (

Assault - Four Journalists Sue Oyo NUJ Boss, Secretary For N500 Million (

Villain Or Victim? (

Customs Agents Partner Agencies on Importation of Substandard, Prohibited Goods (

How Foreign Vessels Take Advantage of The Country (

Terminal Operators Have Not Increased Port Charges - Kotik (

Why Citizens Abroad Hardly Invest at Home -Ayere (

Gowon Submits Social Security Report Today (

Foreign Reserves Drop by U.S. $24 Billion (

The Country's Oil Production Rises to 1.7 MBD (

The Country as E-Waste Dumping Site (

'The Country Imports 30 Percent of Meat Annually' (

World Bank Lauds CBN's Searchlight on Banks (

NSE Okays Share Issues by Four Companies (

Transcorp - Shareholders Accuse SEC of Insincerity (

Farida, Sanusi Meet in Lagos (

Naicom Targets 250, 000 Jobs For Insurance Sector (

Violence forces closure of LDS Nigeria temple (Deseret News)

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Foreign Banks Suspend Funding Nigeria’s Oil Sector (This Day)

Nigeria's 'First Lady of Banking' surrenders to police (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Nigeria bank loan corruption rife (BigPond News)

Nigeria probe exposes bank corruption (Sky News Australia)

Nigeria probe exposes bank corruption (BigPond News)

Edo PDP Mourns Umoru's Death (

Squash Gets Boost in Lagos Country Club (

Unido to Help Country, Others Replace Chiller (

6 Governors, Dangote, Otedola to Raise N2.3 Billion for Eagles (

Nigeria's oil production rises to about 1.7 mln bpd: minister (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's U-20s Trip To Spain Delayed Once Again (

StanChart Nigeria exec says prefers organic growth  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria's oil war drags on (UPI)

StanChart Nigeria exec says prefers organic growth (Reuters via Yahoo! Singapore News)

LDS Church Indefinitely Closes Nigeria Temple (FOX 13 Utah)

NSE Defies Sec's Order on Akingbola's Removal (

Money Launderers Focus on Non-Financial Institutions (

Nigeria's Mobile Phone Penetration At 63 Million Subscribers In 2008 (Nasdaq)

Nigeria drops players after scans (BBC News)

Nigeria bank boss held by police (BBC News)

LDS temple in Nigeria closed due to violence (The Salt Lake Tribune)

StanChart Nigeria exec says prefers organic growth (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

LDS Church indefinitely closes Nigeria temple (Deseret News)

Tornadoes Drag Tenger to NPL (

Cooreman, Three Others Battle for Kaduna United Job (

Nigeria drops 15 from U-17 team for falsifying age (Sports Illustrated)

Humberto Coelho Reveals Tunisia Squad For Nigeria Showdown (

StanChart Nigeria exec says prefers organic growth (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)

'Maritime Security Tops Agenda at Navy Confab' (

Death row prisoners freed in Nigeria (Amnesty International)

Nigeria Drop 15 Overage Players Ahead Of Under-17 World Cup (

The Jailing of Six Gambian Journalists (

As Sanusi Cleans up After Soludo (

'If Varsities Will Close For a Year, So Be It' (

Bank Reforms - Act With Caution, Labour Congress Urges Central Bank (

Aid Not Pain Killers - Envoy (

Igbo Royal Fathers and Diaspora (

Nigeria to act against debtors (BBC News)

The Penchant For Official Medical Trips (

2010 - Amodu Should Call up Martins -Iroha (

Tension Grips UC Rusal Over Alscon Ownership (

Dearth of Professionals, Cause of Energy Crisis, By Sambo (

Challenges to Debtors' List Shock CBN, Sanusi Restrategises (

Five Axed Banks And Society's Deception (

Kaduna State Nigeria to install the M2SYS Bio-Plugin easy-to-use fingerprint biometrics system (News-Medical-Net)

Nigeria LDS temple closed for now because of violence (Standard-Examiner)

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Ezekwesili Denies Mismanaging Education Fund (

Nigeria Rebel Leader Ben Dismisses Oil Attack Threats (Update1) (Bloomberg)

MRI Fall-Out - Obuh Drops 15 Over-Aged Eaglets (

Group Plots Takeover of Five Top Banks (

Stakeholders Tinker Recipe for Ailing Cyber Industry (

Niger-Delta - Afenifere Cautions Against Military Assistance (

Lamine Diack Weeps for Country (

Nigeria to make new bank arrests (BBC News)

Transcorp Blames Federal Govt for Nitel Woes (

Nigeria state vets Muslim clerics (BBC News)

Police Parade Suspected Thugs (

Due Process - ICPC Probes Ezekwesili, Education Ministry (

Monarch Advocates Increased Cultural Ties with UN (

Afren, Oriental Seal Agreement with Addax on Okwot Field (

Militants scoff at Nigeria's amnesty deal (UPI)

Kunnu Gets Nigerian Coy Global Award (

Federal Govt, Governors and NUT Meet Today (

Obuh, NFF Medical, Technical Committees Meet (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Amodu Names Utaka, Nwaneri for Game (

Age of Scandals (

Nigeria Planning New Round of Frequency-License Bids (Update2) (Bloomberg)

World Bank - National Fadama III to Cost N67 Billion (

Nigeria Confirm Argentina Friendly In November (

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu Not Keen On 'Slow' Christian Obodo (

The Country Has No Team For U-17 World Cup - NFF (

Banks - Rights Group, CNPP Differ on CBN Action (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Tunisia Keep Their Arrival Plans Secret (

Big Flop! Team Nigeria Lose Out As Championships End (

Encouraging Farming Amongst Youths (

Nigeria's power output restored after sabotage (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nba to Lead Legal Trade Mission to UK (

USA Peoples Club in Shatters (

Pair given late Nigeria call-ups (BBC News)

FG Implements World Bank Report on Agric Bank (

Soccer-Utaka late inclusion in Nigeria squad for world qualifier (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

Towards Establishment of Mini Refinery in Lagos (

CBN/Entrepreneurship Centre - Empowerment or Fraud? (

No Northern Agenda on Sack of Bank MDs - Yar'Adua (

Kumuyi Canvasses Thorough Probe of Ex-Bank Chiefs (

Chukwumerije in Defence of Democracy (

A Race Towards Industrial Development (

Atcon Steps up Campaign on Collocation, Broadband Solutions (

SAT 3 Cable Cut, Restoration - A Lesson For Country - NIG (

Afren Acquires Stake in Nigeria’s Okwok Field in Pact With Addax (Bloomberg)

Monday, August 24, 2009

Faan Pledges New Detention Camp for Lagos Airport (

U-17 World Cup - Only 7 Eaglets Are Eligible (

From Berlin With Drugs (

Aero Restructures, Appoints Syed as New Helmsman (

Nigeria Sees Polio Outbreak from Mutated Vaccine Virus (The Online NewsHour)

Banking Sector Reform Not Northern Agenda, Says Presidency (

In Nigeria, Islamic group chief denies Boko Haram link (Press TV)

Nigeria deports dozens after breaking up Islamic sect (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Nigeria urges main militant group to take amnesty (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria give Utaka late World Cup call-up (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria deports dozens after breaking up Islamic sect (AlertNet)

Nigeria deports dozens after breaking up Islamic sect (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Lack of Legislation against Cybercrime is Worrisome - Azinge (

LGAS - Between Constitutionalism and Politics (

Berlin as Metaphor (

Buhari, Enahoro, Utomi Team Up for Mega Party (

Country Leaves Berlin Without Medal (

Nigeria urges main militant group to take amnesty (The Star)

UN envoy hails Nigeria's peacekeeping efforts in Liberia (People's Daily)

Police, Importers to Battle Smugglers (

Confusion in the Banks - CBN Struggles to Justify Its Action (

Nigeria urges main militant group to take amnesty (AlertNet)

Troubled Banks - Prices of Bank Shares Plunge (

For Shoddy Job, Shareholders Want FG to Review CBN Policies (

ANAN President Condemns Sack of Bank CEO's (

Banks - Beyond the Bailout (

Only Nuclear Can Satisfy The Country's Power Need -- Iran Envoy (

Let us Close Down Foreign Affairs Ministry (

Zain Announces Airtime Bonus, Introduces New Recharge Cards (

Internet Access - Main One Restates Commitment to Early Project Completion (

National Political Summit Coming (

Equally as Guilty (

Banking Post-Consolidation - Morning After the Shock (

Zain, MTN Hook Anti-Mobile Phone Theft Service (

Nigeria Government Denies Buying Militants' Guns To Boost Amnesty (Nasdaq)

As promised, Chicago doctor plans to give back to his native Nigeria (Chicago Tribune)

Nigeria’s Kula Community Surrenders Weapons, Accept Amnesty (Bloomberg)

Two sacked top bankers wanted for fraud in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Sunday, August 23, 2009

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-08-23 18:26 Police seek two Nigeria ex-bank execs for fraud (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria’s Anti-Graft Body Seeks to Question Fired Bank Chiefs (Bloomberg)

Man City ace Adebayor has no regrets choosing Togo ahead of Nigeria (

EFCC Arrests 2 More Bank Chiefs (

1,000 fighters surrender in Nigeria (New Haven Register)

Saturday, August 22, 2009

1,000 militants in Nigeria surrender; others plan attacks (Arizona Daily Star)

Banking shake-up in Nigeria sets off jitters (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Heartland Top Nigeria Off Season Tournament (

John Utaka: Nigeria To Finish Off Tunisia In Abuja (

Nigeria rebel group to resume attacks, ends talks (TVNZ)

Militants give up weapons in Nigeria (The New Zealand Herald)

Nigeria rebel group to resume attacks, ends talks  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria Rebels Suspend Peace Talks, May Resume Attacks in Delta (Bloomberg)

Nigeria rebel group to resume attacks, ends talks (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Cholera kills 52 in Nigeria (News 24 South Africa)

Nigeria rebels hand over weapons (BBC News)

Nigeria freezes accounts of sacked bank chiefs (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Govt: Nigeria militant to give up rockets, gunboat (AP via Yahoo! News)

EFCC Freezes Accounts of Sacked Bank MDs (

Friday, August 21, 2009

Bank Bailout: Nigeria’s Credit Rating Downgraded to B-plus (This Day)

Bank Debts - Our Inclusion is an Error, Obat Oil Tells CBN (

Aftermath of Court Victories, Dele Abiodun Tells Tee Mac (

Umoh, Godfrey Vow to Qualify (

Country Pledges to Send Peacekeepers (

Controversy Trails Arise's Returns to the Upper Chamber (

Boxing, Wrestling, Our Way to Vision 2020 (

Complicated Case of Gadi's Impeachment (

Mri Update - NFF Summons Eaglets Parents (

Clubs Media Officers Call for NPL Support (

Emulate English Media, Obaseki Charges Press (

ANPP Cheated to Win in Amac - Bagudu (

Starcomms Partners Police On Free Internet Access (

Buhari, Gowon Warn Against Indiscipline, Disunity (

Obasanjo's Days Still Haunting Country - Chukwumerije (

Democratic Journey - the Good And the Bad (

We Have No Trust in MRI, Says Body (

Disparity Not Excuse, EFCC Tells Debtors - ANPP says Major culprits shielded (

'Southeast Will Replicate the Development Miracle of Southeast Asia' (

Nigeria drop Yakubu, Martins from crunch tie (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria Coach To Decide On Danny Shittu & John Utaka On Monday (

PHCN Warns Against Bypassing Prepaid Metres (

Nigeria pledges to send peacekeepers to Somalia (People's Daily)

CBN Admits Errors On Debtors List (

Authorities Against Authorities (

Nigeria drop Yakubu, Martins from crunch tie (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria Interbank Rates Halves; Falls to 18-Month Low (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria drop Aiyegbeni, Martins (BBC News)

Divorce a Tool to Relegate Women (

Fifa U-17 World Cup - Pepsi Tourney Beckons on NFF (

Afribank Recovers N3.3 Billion Debts, Moves to Strengthen Subsidiaries (

Banks At the Centre Stage (

First Bank's Loans, Advances Hit 775 Billion to Float N500 Billion Bond (

2011 Like 2007 (

Ogun - Daniel, Amosun Close Case, Await Verdict (

Oando Denies Owing Oceanic Bank (

Type of polio 'resurrected' in Nigeria (

Thursday, August 20, 2009

PRESS RELEASE: Fitch: Nigeria Bank Recap and Better Transparency Aids System Strength (Nasdaq)

Anambra Speaker Urges ASUU to End Strike (

EFCC Vows to Hold On to Arrested Bank CEOs (

Kano's Women Still Seeking a Champion (

Court Restrains Globacom, Igbini From Trespassing on Land (

Software Piracy - NCC, Police Prosecute Computer Firm (

South Korean Oil Consortium Wins Nigeria Oil Case (INO News)

Lawyer Faults CBN Take-Over of Oceanic Bank (

Nigeria oil militants disarm slowly, gov't hopeful (AlertNet)

S.Korean state firm wins oil suit against Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Philippines News)

'Pension Funds in Troubled Banks Safe' (

Why Govt Must Not Leave Stevedoring Service to Concessionaires, by Salvador (

Ruling On Cabotage Law Brings Relief to Indigenous Ship Owners (

Lawyers Deliberate On Nation's Problems (

Global Fleet Owes Oceanic Bank N8 Billion, Not N14.7 Billion, Says Ibrahim (

Clintonian Branding (

Still on Salvaging Country (

Nigeria to Invite Local, Foreign Bids for Five Banks (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria oil rights grab 'illegal' (BBC News)

Housing - FMBN to Adopt New Approach (

NFF Mourns Olagbemiro (

United Alliance Loan Performing, Says Intercontinental (

SON - Smugglers, Our Biggest Challenge (

Challenges Before New Customs Boss (

'Child Rights Act Must Be Implemented Fully' (

Fresh War Against Poliomyelitis (

Injury Woes Dog Under-Performing World Athletics Team (

The Nation is Not Practising Democracy Yet - Iyabo Obasanjo (

Anambra Professionals to Honour Soludo (

Nigeria Continues to Fumble in Berlin (

NFF Age Grade Structures Are Faulty - Laloko (

Firm to Light up The Country With Solar Power (

Multichoice Wants Undergraduates to be Agents of Change (

The Country Should Review Obsolete Economic Pacts -- Adhama (

Gallery Owners Rebrand the Country Through Art (

Nigeria deports Islamist sect members to Niger (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Stock Market Loses N242 Billion in Two Days (

Presidency Approves New Board for NEXIM (

Bank Debtors Get 7-Day Ultimatum (

SEC Queries Okereke-Onyiuke Over N30.9 Billion Bank Loan (

Federal Govt Warns MDAs Against Panicky Funds Withdrawal From Banks (

CBN Charges Banks to Lend Manufacturers at Lower Interest Rates (

Stakeholders Hail Firstbank (

EfCC Gives Dangote, Otedola, Others 7 Days to Pay (

Nigeria in lockdown as debt collectors offer ultimatum (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Nigeria threatens to arrest bank debtors, seize assets (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

FCTA Donates 300 Patrol Vehicles to Police (

Oando Begins Monetisation of OML 125 (

Vigilante Group Mobilises 2000 to Secure FCT (

Obasanjo Ruined Country - Soyinka (

Akingbola Goes to Court, Seeks N50 Billion Damage (

Hagher Pleads With ASUU Over Strike (

Ndi Okereke, Otedola, Odili Otudeko, Top Bank Debtors (

New Comptroller General of Customs Urged to Dismantle More Units at Seaports (

Okagbare is 50-50 for Long Jump (

Lawal to Join Lobi as Player and Coach (

50th BON General Assembly Ends (

Disgraced Chukwuemeka Returns Home (

Brazil, Spain for Abuja Invitational Tourney (

Yes, NFF Has Decamped Over-Aged Eaglets - Maigari (

Egwu Canvasses Better Package for Teachers (

NFF in Confusion Over MRI Result (

Nigeria sacks CEO's of 5 top banks for unethical practices (The Times of India)

Bishop from Nigeria to speak at Columbus church tonight (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)

Rivers Awards N11 Million Scholarship (

Multichoice Empowers 20 UNILAG Female Students (

Homosexualization of the World (

Failures Should Not Threaten National Team, Says Maigari (

EFCC Quizzes Ebong, Nwosu, Ibru, Trails Others (

Nigeria’s First Toll Plaza on Lekki-Epe Road to Open Next Year (Bloomberg)

The Banking Sector's "Dirty Five" (i) (

CBN Guarantees Foreign Loans of Troubled Banks (

Foreign Loans by Five Banks Guaranteed CBN (

NSE Defends Self Over Banks' Failure (

IEI, Fifa Seal Insurance Deal On World Cup (

Sack of Bank Chiefs - Investors Query Source of N400 Billion Stimulus Package (

NSE Capitalisation Sheds N109.29 Billion, Amidst Raging Uncertainty (

Nigeria Cocoa Exports May Fall on ’Massive’ Jute-Bag Shortage (Bloomberg)

Osun AC Slams Police Over Aregbesola (

ASUU - We're Ready to Resume Negotiation (

Lawyer Tasks The Nation on Criminal Justice System (

Deregulation - Mergers, Acquisitions Hit Downstream Sector (

Margin Loans - Forum Blame Banks For Failing to Save Troubled Creditors (

Disrupted SAT-3 Service Restored (

The State Guns For UN Security Council Seat (

MEND Raises Alarm Over Fresh Threat to Ceasefire, Accuses JTF of Extra-Judicial Killing (

Nigeria threatens bank debtors with legal action (Financial Times)

Arrest threat for Nigeria debtors (BBC News)

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

CBN Releases Names of Non-Performing Debtors (

South African Referee Picked For Tunisia-Nigeria World Cup Qualifier (

Nigeria Guns for UN Security Council Seat (This Day)

U-17 Age Controversy - Minister Summons Lulu (

Delta Civil Servants Raise Alarm Over Hijacked of House Allocation (

Linkserve Wins Broadband Service Provider of the Year (

Country's Unicef Programmes Get N1.2 Billion From Japan (

Stakeholders Gather for Ailing Cyber Industry (

Out of Nigeria by Richard Lawson (

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu Meets Stars In Europe (

EFCC Declares Sacked Bank CEOs Wanted (

SOS Plans to Rehabilitate 1 Million Children by 2016 (

CRH Takes HIV Campaign to Okada Riders (

Hope Rekindles for Sickle Cell Patients as Pre-Natal DNA Lab Opens (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-08-18 19:03 UPDATE 1-Nigeria anti-graft police seek bank executives (Interactive Investor)

Ex-Nigeria International Garba Lawal To Join Lobi As Player-Coach (

Associated Press Examines Use Of Oral Polio Vaccine In Nigeria, Risk Of Virus Mutation (Medical News Today)

Nigeria Will Guarantee Foreign Loans of Five Banks (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria nearing 'a failed state' (BBC News)

Troops Return after Peace-Keeping Mission (

Nigeria Sees ‘Encouraging’ Response to Rebels Amnesty (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Sacked Bank MDs Under Surveillance, Declare Sanusi, EFCC (

Bar Association - Yar'Adua Can't Fight Corruption (

Did Hilary Clinton Lie Against Nigeria's Elite? (

Swine Flu in UK - How Safe Are We? (

Save Our Democracy, Buhari Appeals to National Assembly (

For Fake Lawyers, NBA Goes Digital (

Pursuing Mindset Reorientation (

Finance Minister to Inaugurate Hassan Adamu-Led NDIC Board (

Group Condemns Kidnap of Edochie (

NCC Launches SID, Cracks Down On Pirates (

2011 is Our Final Chance, Oshiomhole, NBA Warn (

Group Demands Action On Kidnapping, Crime (

'Drugs Scarcity Affecting HIV/Aids Campaign' (

Neiti - How the Country Loses Oil Revenue (

Nigeria May Inject More Capital Into Five Banks, ThisDay Says (Bloomberg)

Nigeria Bank Ratings Suspended at RenCap for Union, Oceanic (Bloomberg)

Dudu-Orumen - NFF Unaware of Eaglets 'Overaged' Players (

Volleyball - Datto Foresees Victory in Egypt (

The Nation's Athletes Can Do More - Evans (

New Day Dawns in the Banking Sector? (

Interest Rate Increases by 16 Percent in Four years-CBN (

We Must Change Our Value System- Sanusi (

Indian Fake Drug Importers to Serve Life Sentence - Nafdac (

The Government Stops Oil Export to Kenya (

Clinton in Nigeria (

Monday, August 17, 2009

Bailout May Hit N1 Trillion (

NEITI: How Nigeria Loses Oil Revenue (This Day)

Associated Press examines use of oral polio vaccine in Nigeria (News-Medical-Net)

Boko Haram - Oritsejafor Urges Yar'Adua to Order Arrest of Sponsors (

CJN Cautions on Fake Enforcement Rules (

Malawi replaces Nigeria in U-17 event (The Monitor)

Atcon, Alton Hail Govt Position On 2.3GHZ Licence (

IGP Onovo Must Hear This (

Country Close to Attainment of FAA Category One (

CBN Assures, As Customers Panic (

Nigeria agency pushes marriage to control HIV spread (CNN)

First Bank Shareholdears Pledge Support for Onasonya (

TUC Hails CBN's Sack of Bank CEOs (

CBN Appoints MD, Injects N100 BIllion into Intercontinental Bank (

Usain Bolt Inspires Egwero (

Technology Will Aid Current Global Challenges -- Accenture (

Infuse Repairing Process Into Re-Branding Project - AAAN AGM (

No-Work-No-Pay Rule is Barbaric -- Group (

MEND Alleges Amnesty Fraud (

Vaswani Brothers - Customs Ex- Boss Arraigned (

Paris Club Debts - CBN Refunds U.S.$90.64 Million Commission to Federation Account (

I Expected Worse From Clinton - Farida (

PHCN Decries Reduced Output from Egbin Power Station (

FG Appoints New Customs Boss, Reconstitutes Nexim Board (

Ibru Condemns Removal (

PHCN Disconnects Borno Government House (

Muslim Students Appeal to Federal Government, ASUU (

Sanusi - Why We Removed Bank Chiefs (

Attack On Pipeline Reduces Power Output (

LG Polls - PDP to Sue Yobe SIEC (

Failed Contract - Edo Assembly Invites EFCC (

Gone With the Wind (

Polio Surge in The Country After Vaccine Virus Mutates (

'We'll Rid Nigeria of Fake Products' (

My Men Appreciate Me (

Islamic Forum Urges Inclusion of Marriage in Syllabus (

17.5 Million Orphans in Nigeria (

Rivers, Jigawa, Others in Investment Drive to Singapore (

FG Moves to Stem Massive Irregular Migration (

Clintion - A U.S. Diplomat With the Eve Complex (

Hilary Clinton - A Case For Fresh Anti-Graft Initiative (

Country Drifting Towards Imminent Failure, Says Soyinka (

U.S. Experts to Rehabilitate Railway (

CBN Bailout - Shareholders Seek Protection (

Obaseki Frowns at Super 4 Prize Format (

Foreign Investors Jittery Over Bank CEOs' Sack (

Olam Distributes Free Sesame Seed to 3,000 Farmers (

India Celebrates Independence Anniversary (

Nigeria Pull Out of Cecafa U-17 Tourney (

Babangida At 68 - Vision for a New Nigeria (

She Came to Scold Us (

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Western Education Can't be Sin in This Century - Aliyu (

Nigeria Drifting Towards Imminent Failure, Says Soyinka (This Day)

We Should Look PIB Holistically, Says Prof Tam David West (

2011, There is Real Cause to Worry (

Over 500 Million Watch Nollywood, Says Saint Obi (

U.S. Army Prepares for Country's Possible Break-Up (

Go After Bank Loan Defaulters, Yar'Adua Tells Security Agents (

Police arrest 3,500 members of radical Islamic sect in Nigeria's Niger state (People's Daily)

Sect Members Are Arrested in Nigeria Town (New York Times)

US Army Prepares for Nigeria’s Possible Break-up (This Day)

World › 4,000 Nigeria Islamic sect members interrogated (Japan Today)

Nigeria to inject US$2.5 billion in banks (3news)

Polio surge in Nigeria after vaccine virus mutates (3news)

Clinton Ignorant of Anti-Graft Campaign, Says EFCC (

Cops question 4 000 sect members (Independent Online)

Nearly 4,000 Islamic sect members being interrogated in Nigeria, state police chief says (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

Saturday, August 15, 2009

West offers mixed response to northern Nigeria conflict (Deutsche Welle)

Nigeria Pull Out Of CECAFA Under-17 Competition (

Polio surge in Nigeria after the vaccine virus mutates (The Times Herald)

‘We’ll Rid Nigeria of Fake Products’ (This Day)

CBN Sacks Five Bank CEOs, Injects N400 Billion (

Boko Haram - We're Ready for Battle, New Leader Says (

Nigeria lures foreign investors with coconut festival (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Polio On The Rise In Nigeria (redOrbit)

Ames leaders share perspectives in Nigeria (The Ames Tribune)

Polio surge in Nigeria after virus mutates (Chicago Sun-Times)

Nigeria recovers $320m looted funds: official (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Goldern Eaglets' Coach Under Pressure, as Bigwigs Foist Players on Him (

Friday, August 14, 2009

Hillary Clinton improves ties with Nigeria, one of America's largest oil suppliers (UPI)

Polio vaccine blamed for outbreaks in Nigeria (MSNBC)

Glaxosmithkline of Nigeria Says First-Half Profit Rises (Bloomberg)

Nigeria banks to get $2.5B bailout; 5 execs fired (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria’s Central Bank Fires Five Bank Chiefs, Injects Funds (Bloomberg)

Nigeria banks to get $2.5B bailout (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

Nigeria Injects Capital Into 5 Banks: Reports (Fox News)

Nigeria Central Bank Fires Bank Chiefs, Injects Funds (Update3) (Bloomberg)

Lithuanian hostages freed in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Polio surge in Nigeria after vaccine virus mutates (AP via Yahoo! News)

Polio surge in Nigeria after vaccine virus mutates (USA Today)

Nigeria banks to get $2.5B bailout; 5 execs fired (AP via Yahoo! News)

'Why NFF Sacked Nwosu' (

South Africa: Rezidor Group Expands African Hotel Interests Into Nigeria (

Anxiety as Sack Looms Over Bank MDs (

Stop Gang-Up Against ASUU, Group Tells FG, Governors (

Yar'Adua Names Belgore Chairman National Honours Committee (

Assisting Police in Curbing Under-Aged Sexual Abuse (

PDP Slams Clinton Over Comments On The Country (

U.S. Holds War Games on Scenario if Govt Collapses (

NBA Aligns With Clinton, Accuses FG of Blackmail (

Thursday, August 13, 2009

3 pastors killed, 20 churches demolished in Nigeria violence (

Corruption holding back Nigeria (Borneo Bulletin)

Mass Forced Evictions In Nigeria (

Utuama's Down to Earth Postulation On Country's Greatness (

NBA Backs Clinton's Position on Country (

Country Records First Succesful Kidney Transplant (

Challenges Before Onovo (

The Making of a Dangerous Nation (

Nigeria Unions Continue Oil Sector Deregulation Protests (Nasdaq)

Lithuanian Nigeria hostages could be free this week: MP (AFP via Yahoo! News)


Clinton lends support of Nigeria's reforms (UPI)

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Corruption 'eroding Nigeria's govt' (BigPond News)

Clinton rips Nigeria on corruption (Denver Post)

Hillary Clinton Compares 2000 Florida Recount to Nigeria's Rigged Elections (ABC News)

Clinton, In Nigeria, Talks Tough On Corruption (NPR)

Will Clinton push Nigeria on corruption? (The Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News)

Clinton says bad governance fuels Nigeria poverty gap (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Clinton warns corruption holding back Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Clinton says corruption undermines Nigeria's gov't (AP via Yahoo! News)

Al Qaeda could seek 'foothold' in Nigeria, Clinton warns during trip (CNN)

Clinton urges Nigeria to fight graft ahead of polls (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria Rebels Doubt U.S. Will Support Yar’Adua in Delta (Bloomberg)

Clinton presses Nigeria on corruption, oil (MSNBC)

Clinton Presses Nigeria on Graft (ABC News)

In Nigeria, Islamic law fails to deliver (MSNBC)

Shell, Total Yet to Resume Contracted Nigeria Crude Shipments (Bloomberg)

Clinton in Nigeria to discuss governance (UPI)

Clinton takes good governance message to Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Clinton presses Nigeria on graft (AP via Yahoo! News)

Clinton nudges Nigeria on graft, offers help (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria tells Clinton sees Delta peace this year (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Clinton in oil-rich Nigeria for talks on corruption and governance (

Clinton to Balance Oil Need, Anti-Graft Demands in Nigeria Stop (Bloomberg via Yahoo! News)

US State Secretary arrives in Nigeria to discuss coop'n (Itar-Tass)

Clinton to Balance Oil Need, Anti-Graft Demands in Nigeria Stop (Bloomberg)

For Many, Nigeria's Moderate Form of Sharia Fails to Deliver on Promises (Washington Post)

Kick-Boxing Federation Sends Technical Instructors to School (

How Man Fleeced 86 Year Old Grandma of N200 Million (

Esperance Captaincy Spurs Eneramo (

The crisis in Nigeria (The Japan Times)

Graft, electoral reform on Clinton Nigeria agenda (AlertNet)

Graft and electoral reform on Clinton Nigeria agenda (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Clinton Arrives in Nigeria to Deepen Ties With U.S. Oil Source (Bloomberg)

Stakeholders Hail Oceanic Bank for Making Provision for Loan Loss (

Oracle to Speak At Coren Assembly (

Nigeria must end costly fuel subsidies - cbank gov (AlertNet)

As Clinton Arrives, New Partnership with U.S. Beckons (

Hillary Clinton's Visit and E-Voting - the Heart of the Matter (

Nigeria Says Clashes in Delta Have Halted After Amnesty Offer (Bloomberg)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-08-11 18:38 FACTBOX-Key issues facing Nigeria as Clinton visits (Interactive Investor)

Boko Haram - Investigators Storm Maiduguri (

PREVIEW-Clinton seen taking tough line on graft in Nigeria (AlertNet)

FACTBOX-Key issues facing Nigeria as Clinton visits (AlertNet)

Key issues facing Nigeria as Clinton visits (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria bans televisions at work (BBC News)

Don't Blackmail Leaders, Group Warns Nigerians (

'Zone Nulge Presidency to North' (

Unizik to Mark Zik's Birthday (

The Super Eagle has landed! Fulham boss Roy Hodgson agrees £2.5m fee for Nigeria striker Kalu Uche (Daily Mail)

AEPB Engages Services of Peace Corps (

Harmonisation Committee on Vision 2020 Document Inaugurated (

DPR Moves to Improve Lubricant's Quality in The Country (

Total to Help Nigeria in Oil Reforms (

Atiku Abubakar Vindicated (

Country Should Close Borders on Niger- Anyaoku (

U.S. Clinton set to arrive in Nigeria for state visit (People's Daily)

The Country Misses $20 Billion Oil Swap Investment (

FG Tasked on Biotech and Molecular Research (

Clinton Arrives Abuja Today (

Re-Negotiating Violence (

Ndukwe Lists Benefits of Ict in Economic Development (

Labour Sets Agenda for Clinton (

Monday, August 10, 2009

New CCC chief hails from Nigeria (Daily Journal)

Builders can beat the recession - in Nigeria (

Slow Start for Niger Delta Amnesty (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-08-10 19:05 Europe Gasoline-Matches year high on Nigeria, US exports stall (Interactive Investor)

Gambia/Gambia-Nigeria Friendly Shift to September (

Nigeria Under Fire Over Alleged Political Execution (New America Media)

Nigeria President To Get Medical Checkup In Saudi Arabia (Nasdaq)

Oando sets ambitious target in Nigeria (UPI)

Actionaid Sets Agenda for Hillary Clinton (

What Hillary Would Tell Country Leaders (

Fuel Import, Sign of Bad Leadership - Clinton (

Medical Council Shuts 24 Fake Laboratories in Rivers (

CAN Rejects Attempt to Regulate Preaching (

Extra-Judicial Killings - Can Yar'Adua Arrest the Trend? (

Re-Branding - Nimn Calls for Reconstructive Approach (

The Politics of Defection And Deception (

The Agenda Before Hillary Clinton Today (

Eminent Citizens Drum Support For ICT (

Group Urges CBN to Prosecute Owners of Micro-Finance Firm (

Glo Pioneers International MMS (

Amodu Should Adhere to Constructive Advice - Oyewole (

Medical Tourism - Country Loses Millions of Naira (

Glo Announces N50 Million Bonus for Eaglets, Gives FIFA $3 Million (

2010 - ANPP in Supreme Court, Seeks Fresh Guber Poll in Anambra (

Akunyili Lauds Nigerian Journalists Over CNN Award (

How Much Bite is in Onovo's Directive? (

Heartland - Swan Commends Ohakim, Issues Boycott Threat (

U-17 World Cup - Eaglets Handed a Tough Draw (

Nigerdock Records Fabrication Feat (

Country Will Start Thinking Without Oil - Garba (

Unicef Partners Akiode for Basketball (

Country Earns N1.78 Trillion From Oil in Six Months (

Something Good in Banking Reform (

Sunday, August 09, 2009

NTPC likely to set up power plants in Nigeria, Sri Lanka (Business Standard India)

Nigeria beefs up security ahead of Clinton's visit (People's Daily)

Nigeria’s Oando eyes ‘dormant’ fields (Financial Times)

Nigeria's U17s Prepared For Tough Battle Says Coach John Obuh (

Clinton Praises Angola’s Progress (New York Times)

Clinton Praises Angola’s Progress (International Herald Tribune)

NTPC likely to set up power plants in Nigeria, Lanka (Central Chronicle)

NTPC likely to set up power plants in Nigeria, Sri Lanka (The Times of India)

Why Nation Earns Less From Oil (

Saturday, August 08, 2009

Why Nigeria Earns Less from Oil (This Day)

Tough Under-17 World Cup draw for Nigeria (The Star)

Chinese Firm Approached to Manage Airport (

Amnesty - Yar'Adua Meets 32 Militants (

Nigeria President Receives 1st Group Of Militants Accepting Amnesty (Nasdaq)

Nigeria handed tough U17 draw (BBC News)

Friday, August 07, 2009

FIFA U-17: Nigeria Drawn in Group of Death (This Day)

Gambia/National Team Sets for Nigeria Friendly (

Gunmen Abduct Olaiya, Ekiti State TUC Chairman (

FIFA U-17 World Cup Draw: Hosts Nigeria In 'Group Of Death' (

Nigeria face Germany in opener (FIFA)

Hosts Nigeria handed tough FIFA Under-17 World Cup draw (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Wilfred Osuji Dreams Of Winning U-20 World Cup With Nigeria (

Hastening recovery for flood and fire victims (AlertNet)

Militants meet Nigeria leader after laying down guns (AlertNet)

Militants meet Nigeria leader after laying down guns (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

'Citizens Oppose Immunity for Public Officers' (

Nigeria’s ‘Taliban’ Enigma (YaleGlobal Online)

Why We Translate Part of 1999 Constitution to Local Dialects (

Serap Urges Clinton to Press Country to Explain Spending of Recovered Loot (

Violence in North Is Not What It Seems (

Nigeria Reassures Cameroon Of Security In Gulf Of Guinea - TV (Nasdaq)

Boko Haram - CAN Plans Relief For Displaced Persons (

Yar'Adua, Clinton to Hold Talks Aug 13 (

'Soyinka, An Apostle of Good Governance' (

Fifa U-17 World Cup, Thisday Formalise Print Media Rights (

Thursday, August 06, 2009

Nigeria assures India to keep patent issues out of counterfeit legislation (PharmaBiz)

Worldwide Slump Makes Nigeria's Online Scammers Work That Much Harder (Washington Post)

Nigeria 2009: FIFA, THISDAY Formalise Print Media Rights (This Day)

Nigeria begins 2-month amnesty for oil militants (3news)

Nigeria 2009 venues announced (FIFA)

Nigeria Militant Leader Says Most Rebels Want Amnesty (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Family: Nigeria sect leader's father-in-law killed (Boston Globe)

Correction: Nigeria-Oil Unrest Story (San Francisco Chronicle)

Amnesty starts for Nigeria oil region but militants split (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

Family: Nigeria sect leader's father-in-law killed (AP via Yahoo! News)

Correction: Nigeria-Oil Unrest Story (AP via Yahoo! News)

Salvaging the Education Sector (

'Reps' Threat to Impeach Yar'Adua, Usurpation of Executive Powers' (

Establishment of Coast Guard Will Boost Security in Nigerian Waters - Merchant Navy (

Nigeria begins 2-month amnesty for oil militants (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria releases Ukrainian arms aircraft (UPI)

Nigeria begins 2-month amnesty for oil militants (AP via Yahoo! News)

Stockbrokers Okay Dangote For NSE President (

Nigeria Court Ruling On South Korea Firm Oil Suit Aug 20-Judge (Nasdaq)

Successful Venues to be Announced During the Draw (

NSCDC Urges Security Networking Against Vandalism (

Nigeria/Gabon: Egypt, Gabon Overtake Nigeria in Fifa Ranking (

N8.9 Billion - Contractor Asks Court to Convict Bank Director (

World Football Moves to The Country as Fifa U-17 Draws Hold in Abuja (

Review National Policy on Education to Embrace Computer Learning, Says Okebukola (

NCF Proposes Environment Funding Mechanism (

Nigeria Appeals to Oil-Region Militants to Accept Amnesty Offer (Bloomberg)

Nigeria implements militants amnesty deal (AFP/File via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

ANPP Criticises LG Election Date in Imo (

'80 Percent EU Country Budget Not Accessed' (

Banks Told to Render Returns to Oil Importers (

'Country Spends $12 Billion Yearly on Oil, Gas Industry' (

LCDAS - CNPP Throws Weight Behind Fashola (

Group Wants ASUU to Suspend Strike (

High Yield Cassava Seedlings Distributed to Farmers (

D'Tigers in Bright Start, Edge Cote d'Ivoire (

Regional Maritime Bank to Address Funding (

Customs Begins Gradual Take Over of Scanning Operations (

FG Laments Insecurity in Oil Sector (

‘Nigeria Spends $12bn Yearly on Oil, Gas Industry’ (This Day)

India, Nigeria to scale up awareness campaigns to promote Indian generics in Africa (PharmaBiz)

Nollywood The Video Phenomenon in Nigeria by Pierre Barrot (

The Real Tragedy in Nigeria's Violence (Foreign Relations)

Displaced go home as calm settles over Maiduguri (AlertNet)

Nigeria Deeply Concerned Over President Term Extension Bid In Niger (Nasdaq)

Mohammed Yusuf's Death To Be Investigated: Nigeria (The Huffington Post)

Probe Nigeria 2009 LOC Contracts - EFCC, SSS Urged (

Bayelsa United Win Nigeria Super Cup (

Nigeria orders probe of Islamist leader's death (CBC via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria releases arms-laden Ukrainian cargo plane (AlertNet)

Nigeria's amnesty program begins in restive south (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria frees Ukraine arms plane (BBC News)

Nigeria's amnesty program begins in restive south (AP via Yahoo! News)

Country Requires 60,000 MW For Vision 20-2020 (

Nigeria's president orders post-mortem investigation into Islamist sect leader's death (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

I'm Not in the Race for NSE Presidency Mutallab (

Naicom Urges Retiring Workers to Choose Life Annuity (

CIIN Urges Collaboration Among Operators, Pleads For Support (

How Safe Are Nigerian Banks? (

Our Mission in Don't Forget the Lyrics -Oladapo Ojo (

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

NSE Election - Uncertainty Over Court Ruling (

D'Tigers Open Title Account (

Microsoft Endorses Six New IT Academies in Nigeria (

NFF Unveils 2009/10 Budget (

Nigeria Militant Group MEND Says No Plan To Meet With President (Nasdaq)

Nigeria survivors detail attacks (Detroit News)

Nigeria, China Trade Volume Hits $7bn (This Day)

Nigeria's main militant group says its disarmament will be free (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria survivors detail night of terror (MSNBC)

Nigeria survivors describe night of terror by sect (The Washington DC Examiner)

President orders probe into deadly uprising in northern Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo!7 News)

President orders probe into deadly uprising in northern Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo!Xtra News)

President orders probe into deadly uprising in northern Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria Limits Currency Trading to Halt Naira Slide (Update3) (Bloomberg)

Oil sector reforms opposed in Nigeria (UPI)

Nigeria Limits Currency Trading to Halt Naira Slide (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria to probe Islamist attacks (BBC News)

Chidi Amuta, Ojo Maduekwe And the PDP Leadership (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Tunisian Plays Cote D'Ivoire to Prepare for Super Eagles (

Okafor, Diogu to Play for D'Tigers (

Nigeria to screen preachers (Straits Times)

UN Rights Chief Urges Nigeria To Avoid Unlawful Killings (Nasdaq)

Ruling Delayed In South Korea Oil Suit In Nigeria - Official (Nasdaq)

President orders probe into deadly Nigeria uprising (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Anambra 2010 - Ekwueme, Ngige, Insist On Free, Fair Poll (

Still On Cross River State's 76 Oil Wells (

Zain Unveils New Call, Tariff Offer (

TGTSSAN, MAN Chide FG Over Unemployment (

Agoro's Detention - Kutigi Writes Osun CJ, Police Boss (

Wailing From Biafran War Veterans (

Linkserve Restores Ku-Band Service On Back-Up Platform (

Nigeria to screen preachers after unrest (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Lagos Dragged to Court Over Tax (

Towards Reinventing a New Nigeria (

New Lagos Radar Begins Operation (

Environmental Health Council Warn Members On Ethics (

Student Group Honours Dabo (

Baro - North's New Port City (

Court Recess Delays Okiro's Prosecution, Says Ndic (

NFF General Assembly Begins Today (

Lithuanian ship crew taken hostage off Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Monday, August 03, 2009

Nigeria to vet clerics more closely after uprising (The Malaysian Insider)

Uprising killed 780 in Nigeria (Straits Times)

Fighting Malnutrition In Nigeria (

Unicef Unveils Nearly $2 Million Scheme to Fight Malnutrition (

Unknown Assailants Open Fire On Turkish Ship In Nigeria (

Nigeria's U20s Depart For Spainish Training Camp August 20 (

How a Muslim Group Held Country Hostage (

Governors resist Nigeria oil reform (Financial Times)

Action urged on Nigeria mass grave (UPI)

Is Nigeria the Latest Front in the War on Terror? (Newsweek)

Nigeria, UNICEF launch first national child health week (News-Medical-Net)

What Country Must Do for Obama to Visit (

Niger Delta Amnesty Implementation Under Way - Official (Nasdaq)

Nigeria Stocks: UAC of Nigeria, First Bank of Nigeria, Conoil (Bloomberg)

Nigeria's Delta State begins relocation of displaced communities (People's Daily)

Nigeria to vet clerics more closely after uprising (AlertNet)

Time for True Federalism (

Valucard Raises Alarm Over New Internet Fraud (

Nokia, CPC to Tackle Substandard E-Products in Nigeria (

SAT-3 Cable Cut - 70 Percent Internet Capacity Threatened, MTN, Suburban Count Losses (

Amnesty - Participants Ask Militants Not to Surrender Arms (

Daily Returns - Abcon Provides eFASS Infrastructure, Warns Members (

Be Pro-Active in Checking Violence, AC Urges FG (

SAT-3 - Operational Risk to Banks, Organisations With High Dependency On Internet (

Unicef Decries High Infant Mortality Rates (

DN Meyer Boss Cautions On Business Relocation to Ghana (

Fortune Club Mobilizes 50,000 Volunteers (

Probe as 700 die in Nigeria clashes (Channel 4)

June 12th is Democracy Day, CNPP Insists (

Tasks Before Nigerian Youths (

Nigeria/South Africa: As Nation Hits the Golden Age (

Oil Lifting - The State Loses $190 Billion Yearly (

The NPL Congress That Almost Toppled Obaseki (

Unicef's Executive Director Visits Country (

PDP Still Unbeatable, Says Shinkafi (

Bank Staff Arraigned Over N4 Million Theft (

Yar'Adua Returns From Brazil (

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Microsoft Launches Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo Vista (

Intimate Secrets of the Dream (

2.3 GH Controversy - Group Wants Judicial Commission of Enquiry (

Nigeria/Kenya: Eagles Beat Harambee Stars of Kenya 3-0 (

Housing Firms, Investors Seek New Financing Options (

Warnings of Violence Ignored in Nigeria, Clerics Say (Washington Post)

Poverty, Frustration Fuel Sectarian Violence (

Victims of Islamist uprising given mass burial in Nigeria (The Jamaica Observer)

More than 700 people have been killed in clashes in Nigeria (TVNZ)

Little Holds Nigeria Back From Food Crisis (Washington Post)

700 killed during five-day uprising by radical Islamic sect in Nigeria (Irish Examiner)

Oil Lifting: Nigeria Loses $190bn Yearly (This Day)

India set to sign pharma export deal with Nigeria (The Economic Times)

Muslim clerics say authorities ignored warnings before Nigeria clashes killed 700 (The Canadian Press via Yahoo! Canada News)

At least 700 died in Nigeria violence (Channel 8 San Diego)

More than 700 killed in Nigeria clashes - Red Cross (The Star)

More than 700 killed in Nigeria clashes  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria accused of ignoring warnings of violence (AP via Yahoo! Philippines News)

700 die in fighting in northern Nigeria (CNN)

Hundreds Dead In Northern Nigeria Bloodbath (NPR)

Mass burial for Nigeria victims (Straits Times)

Nigeria accused of ignoring warnings of violence (KRIS-TV Corpus Christi)

More than 600 dead in Nigeria clashes: police (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

More than 600 buried after Nigeria clashes (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

More than 700 killed in Nigeria clashes (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

More than 700 killed in Nigeria clashes: Red Cross (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

More than 600 dead in Nigeria clashes - police (The Star)

Aksi Perampokan di Nigeria Tewaskan 20 Orang (detikcom)

Nigeria disregarded warnings over violent sect (KRIS-TV Corpus Christi)

More than 600 buried after Nigeria clashes ? police (TVNZ)

Nigeria accused of ignoring warnings of violence (Channel 8 San Diego)

More than 600 buried after Nigeria clashes (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

More than 600 buried after Nigeria clashes: police (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria disregarded warnings over violent sect (AP via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, August 01, 2009

700 die in Nigeria in clashesbetween military, radicals (New Haven Register)

More than 600 dead in Nigeria clashes - police (AlertNet)

Killings by security forces in Northern Nigeria (Amnesty International)

More than 600 dead in Nigeria clashes (Reuters via Yahoo!Xtra News)

CAF Confederation Cup: South African Refs Fail To Arrive In Nigeria After Visa Refusal (

Nigeria police say suspected Islamists arrested (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

UPDATE:Nigeria Police:36 Suspected Islamic Sect Members Arrested (Nasdaq)

Nigeria police claim victory over radicals (The World)

Nigeria Police Say 36 Suspected Islamists Arrested (Nasdaq)

Hundreds of bodies in streets after Nigeria unrest (Central Chronicle)

Mohammed Yusuf - Life And Times of New 'Maitatsine' Leader (

Nigeria police claim victory (Nevada Appeal)

Bodies litter streets after Nigeria unrest (AFP via Yahoo!7 News)

Bodies litter streets after Nigeria unrest (AFP via Yahoo!Xtra News)

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