Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for September 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

A Country On Auto-Pilot (

Nigeria : Nigeria at 49 - Vulnerable Cyberspace, Wide Development Gap Between Telecom, IT (

Nigeria Consider Qatar For Final Training Ahead Under-17 World Cup (

Nigeria's main rebel group warns Chinese oil firms (The Star)

Four die in southeast Nigeria kidnap rescue attempt (AlertNet)

UPDATE 1-Nigeria says not offered disputed licences to China (Reuters España)

Nigeria's main rebel group warns Chinese oil firms (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)

Report: China moves in on Nigeria oil reserves (Newsday)

Nigeria Offers Skypower to Four Bidders as Buyer Misses Deadline (Bloomberg)

Nigeria's main rebel group warns Chinese oil firms (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)

Report: China moves in on Nigeria oil reserves (AP via Yahoo! News)

Fulani Muslims Shun Court Trial in Ebonyi (

Nigeria : President Yar'Adua Urges Diligent Implementation of NEPAD Objectives (

Nigeria's main militant groups says to resume talks with government (People's Daily)

Nigeria : Bio-Safety Law And Country's Food Security (

Nigeria : Mega Party - Challenges Before, Atiku, Buhari, Others (

UPDATE 4-Nigeria leans on Western firms with China oil talks (Reuters España)

Nigeria : Country Not Answerable to Any Nation -Aondoakaa (

Nigeria 1980 Nations Cup Hero Best Ogedegbe Dies After Complications From Eye Surgery (

Nigeria : U.S. Oil Demand From Nigeria Crashes Further (

Nigeria : CBN Foresees Death of Nine Banks (

Nigeria : 49 Independence Anniversary - Signs in Polity Ominous (

Nigeria : CNPP Faults Yar'Adua's Absence At UN Meeting (

Nigeria : Stop the Attacks On Goodluck Jonathan (

Nigeria : Re-Branding Nigeria With Music (

Nigeria : Anambra - Odds Against Soludo (

Nigeria : There's Joy in Giving Back - Ogunmiloyo (

Nigeria : Another Challenge to the Police (

Nigeria : Using Technology to Curb Infertility (

Nigeria : FOI Bill And the Renewed Advocacy (

Cnooc Seeking Stakes in Nigeria Oil Reserves, FT Says (Update1) (Bloomberg)

China's Cnooc in Talks to Buy Nigeria Oil (

West Ham expect big things from Nigeria U20 international Danny Uchechi (

Monday, September 28, 2009

NIPC: Why Nigeria is Investors’ Haven (This Day)

Cnooc in talks to buy stakes in Nigeria fields (Market Watch)

Yar'Adua - Dilemma of a President (

Spain stuns Nigeria 2-0 in U-20 World Cup (People's Daily)

Nigeria's oil rebels name mediators (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Gold Coast United Interested In Nigeria Star And Portsmouth Striker Nwankwo Kanu - Report (

Chinese in talks with Nigeria over oil (The West Australian) (The West Australian)

Cnooc Parent Seeking Stakes in Nigeria Oil Reserves, FT Reports (Bloomberg)

Citizens Spend N796 Billion to Fuel Generators Yearly (

Nigeria feels pull from east and west (Financial Times)

Cnooc Seeking Huge Stake in Nigeria Oil Reserves, FT Reports (Bloomberg)

Jay Jay Okocha Prays For World Cup Miracle For Nigeria (

Nigeria : My Dodan Barracks, Aso Rock Days - Duro Onabule (

Brave Nigeria go down to Spain (BBC News)

Spain beats Nigeria 2-0 at Under-20 World Cup (Sports Illustrated)

Nigeria : Katsina-Alu Favoured (

Afren Kicks Off Drilling Operations at Ebok Offshore Nigeria (Rigzone)

Nigeria : ABU Governing Council in Make Or Mar Meeting to Select New Vice Chancellor, Monday (

Nigeria : N1.6 Billion Scam - Nsitf Boss, Others Invited by Police (

Nigeria : U-17 2009 Puts League Commencement On Hold (

Nigeria : Textile Workers Chide Yar'Adua Over Saudi Arabia Visit (

How Ghanaian Ecomog Commander Betrayed SGT. Doe (

Nigeria : Sins of the Sons (

Nigeria : The Reforms in the Civil Service (

Nigeria : Mirroring The Country's Literature At 49 (

Research and Markets: Nigeria - Telecom Country Profile Contains Telecom Statistics and Forecast Section for 2004-2013 (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

Nigeria : Oriental, Afren Announce Drilling Operations At Ebok Field (

Nigeria : Supernumerary Police Berate IGP Over Conditions of Service (

Nigeria : NGO Faults Nigeria-Israel Arms Deal (

Nigeria : Banking Crisis Stalls Privatisation As Prefer And Reserve Bidders For Sachol Cannot Raise Funds (

Nigeria : Eagles On Redemption Mission Against Ruthless Spain (

Nigeria : Age Controversy And the Future of The Country's Football (

Six Flags eyes theme park in Nigeria (The Washington Times)

Sunday, September 27, 2009

108 OFWs from Nigeria, Jordan repatriated (Cebu Daily News)

Nigeria FA Insist U17s Not Abandoned Weeks To World Cup (

Nigeria's Ikechukwu Uche Delighted With 'Successful' Knee Surgery (

Nigeria League To Break For FIFA Under-17 World Cup (

Nigeria needs miracle to qualify world cup: former captain (People's Daily)

Nigeria fails to pay repentant rebels (Calcutta News)

Saturday, September 26, 2009

‘Nigeria’s Unity Not Negotiable’ (This Day)

Nigeria and Spain to renew rivalry (FIFA)

Nigeria League Roundup: Home Teams Struggle In Week Two Action (

Nigeria Under-17 Team 'Abandoned' In Abuja (

Friday, September 25, 2009

Scrappy, busy film industry reflects life in Nigeria (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Nigeria stunned by Venezuela at U-20 World Cup (Soccer Way)

NIGERIA: Strike paralyses health services (AlertNet)

Nigeria stunned in opener (BBC News)

Now, How Do We Trust Sanusi? (

Venezuela sink ten-man Nigeria (FIFA)

Nigeria rebels warned as amnesty deadline nears (Press TV)

UAE slams Nigeria facilities (BBC News)

Nigeria arrests foreign vessel (Fairplay)

'Obasanjo, World Bank Ruined The Country's Industrial Development' (

The Burden of Bad Leadership (

Nigeria : Prospects for Justice in Northern and Central Nigeria (

Nigeria : Sanusi Asks Court to Dismiss Akingbola's Case (

Nigeria won't extend amnesty for militants (Independent Online)

Nigeria to keep Oct amnesty deadline, reject rebels (AlertNet)

FG Moves to End Fuel Importation (

Nigeria : Oyo Bye-Election - PDP Raises Alarm Over Moves By AC, ANPP to Disrupt Poll (

Nigeria : 'Obasanjo, World Bank Ruined The Country's Industrial Development' (

Nigeria : Why Nigeria Fumbles (

Nigeria : Kidnapped SSG - ACF, Can Beg Kidnappers (

Nigeria : Electoral Reform - When Civil Society Groups Engaged Business Community (

Nigeria : The Burden of Bad Leadership (

Strange disease kills 71 in Nigeria's Adamawa State (China Daily)

Nigeria : Siasia to Unleash Aluko On Venezuela (

Nigeria : Transparency International - Country's Banking Sector Corrupt (

Nigeria : Court Rules Oct 26 On Akingbola (

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Climate Change: House C’ttee Decries Nigeria’s Response (This Day)

Amnesty: Nigeria’s Crude Oil Output Rises (This Day)

Transparency International: Nigeria’s Banking Sector Corrupt (This Day)

Ex-International Garba Lawal To Make Nigeria League Comeback On Sunday (

North Nigeria politician abducted (BBC News)

Fish Out Ohu's Killers, Mark Tells Police (

Nigeria says truce with delta militants holding (San Francisco Chronicle)

Injury Rules Out Harmony Ikande From Nigeria Clash With Venezuela (

Nigeria says truce with delta militants holding (AP via Yahoo! News)

African Business Visit - 2009 Taiwan Trade Mission to Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda and Egypt (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

Nigeria : CBN, Banking Laws, 1999 Constitution (

Nigeria : Aviation Workers Suspend Strike, await Yar'Adua's Return (

Nigeria : Crisis Rocks FCT Vendors' Association (

Nigeria : ANPP Cautions PDP on Anambra Guber Poll (

Nigeria : South African Airways Appoints New Country Manager For Nigeria (

Nigeria : Beyond Ekiti State's Biofuel Projects (

Anambra - PDP Fails to Agree On Consensus Candidate (

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Smithsonian’s Museum Kick-starts Nigeria’s 50th Independence Celebration (This Day)

Nigeria minister says amnesty program working (Reuters via Yahoo!7 News)

Govt mulls pharmacy chain in Nigeria to counter fake drugs (Express India)

Maduekwe Barred From Speaking At UN Summit (

Lobi's James Okwosah Included In Nigeria Squad For Mozambique Clash (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-09-23 16:36 Flour Mills of Nigeria seeks approval to buy rival (Interactive Investor)

'District 9' Banned in Nigeria (AceShowbiz)

Anabel Launches Multimedia Device Into Nigerian Market (

Nigeria Under-20s To Get Great Support In Egypt (

Fifa: 'Nigeria not ready yet' (BBC News)

Nigeria : Maduekwe Barred From Speaking At UN Summit (

Nigeria : Group Life - Non-Compliance by Employers Worries NLC (

Nigeria : Loans Refinancing to Take Lion's Share of Cadbury Nigeria's N22.2 Billion Rights Offer (

Nigeria : Lagos Teachers Continue Strike as Work Resumes (

Nigeria : Residents Call For Transformer's Repairs (

Nigeria Under-20s Pick Odion Ighalo As Skipper (

Nigeria : Nigeria And the District 9 Film (

Nigeria : Adeniran's Ambassadorial Saga - a Contrast of Two Cultures (

Nigeria : In Search of Nigeria in the Global Arena (

Nigeria : Digital Radiography Tops Agenda At 2009 Faculty Day Lecture (

Nigeria : As Bank Credit Bites Harder, Fuel Crisis Looms (

Nigeria : Battle of Brothers (

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Nigeria bank boss has no regrets (BBC News)

Nigeria Under-17s Off To England On October 5 (

Rabiu Ibrahim To Joins Nigeria’s Top Team After Under-20 World Cup (

Nigeria : AGF Wrong Dabbling Into Matters Under Investigation (

Nigeria : No Peace, No Development - Turai (

Milan Judge Postpones Eni Hearing In Nigeria Graft Probe (Nasdaq)

Nigeria : ETF Projects - Cross River Gives Contractors Deadline (

Nigeria : Anambra Holds Prayer Session for Good Governance (

Nigeria : SON Set to Rid Markets of Sub-Standard Roofing Sheets (

Nigeria : Nigeria Yet to Meet Abuja Declaration Target - Health Minister (

Nigeria : The War Against Fake Engine Oil (

Nigeria : ASUU Strike - Soyinka, Daniel Accuse FG of Insensitivity (

Surgeon Jailed Over Stella Obasanjo's Death (

Nigeria : Turai Yar'Adua in Vienna, Highlights Country's Atomic Energy For Electricity Potential (

Nigeria : Govt Should Not Create Private Monopoly in Sale of Nitel, Atcon (

Nigeria : Ceasefire Extension Excites Oil Majors (

Nigeria : Driving Telemedicine, Mhealth, Ehealth With ICT Tools (

Nigeria : Nigerian Oil Militants Surrender Rockets, Guns (

Nigeria : Minimal Invasive Surgery Can Minimise Misdiagnosis (

Monday, September 21, 2009

China Apologizes To Nigeria Over Fake 'Made In India' Drugs (INO News)

Nigeria Yet to Meet Abuja Declaration Target – Health Minister (This Day)

Nigeria : Ohu's Killing - NUJ Tasks Federal Govt on Security (

District 9: Not welcome in Nigeria (The Electric New Paper)

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs (The Hindu)

Nigeria : The Battle for the Soul of Anambra PDP (

Nigeria : Pressure Mounts On CBN Over Banks' Audit Results (

Nigeria : Oh Anambra ! the Politics, Its Crises And 2010 Governorship Tussle (

New Bill Expected to Revive Nigeria's Petroleum Industry (Marketwire)

Nigeria warns of further unrest from Islamist sect (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria : Pharmacists Fault Nafdac's Fake Drug War (

Nigeria : Senate Orders Suspension of Terminal Handover (

Nigeria : Islamic Banking and the Economy (

Nigeria : The Country - Set to be Fifa Compliant (

Nigeria : EFCC Recovers Over N92.9 Billion Bad Debt (

Nigeria : Fourty-Three Years of Developing Lower the Niger (

Nigeria : Lamido of Adamawa Warns Against Religious Bigotry (

Nigeria : Fake Drugs - China Apologises to The Government (

Nigeria : Justice, Good Governance Key to Re-Branding (

Nigeria : 2011 - Group Begins Search for God-Fearing Leadership (

Nigeria's Bayelsa United Qualify For Confederation Cup Semi-Final (

Nigeria : Their Constitution, Our Constitution (

Nigeria : Onovo - Don't Blame Police for Ribadu's Visit (

Nigeria : Four Banks On the Spot Over CBN Audit (

Nigeria : More Treatises on Governance in The Country (

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs (Hindustan Times)

Nigeria : Ramadan - Yar 'Adua Urges Fear of Allah (

Nigeria : The Limits of Bank Bailouts (

Nigeria : SAP Pledges Support for Rebrand Nigeria With Technology Transfer (

Nigeria : Thee Shi'ite Muslims Killed in Zaria (

Nigeria : Eid-El-Fitr (

Nigeria : Ligali Quits Zain As Sainte Marie Takes Over (

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs (Press Trust of India)

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs consignment (Press Trust of India)

China apologises to Nigeria over fake drugs (

Nigeria entrust class of 2007 (FIFA)

Nigeria next in line of country's offended by "District 9" (

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Nigeria aspires among top 20 economies in Vision 20: 2020 (People's Daily)

District 9 not welcome in Nigeria (BigPond News)

District 9 not welcome in Nigeria (Sky News Australia)

Fake Drugs: China Apologises to Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria League: Warri Wolves Off To Flying Start (

Nigeria bans District 9 (News 24 South Africa)

Nigeria hates District 9 and here's what they want to do (Sci Fi Wire)

Nigeria Wants Theaters To Pull 'District' (OfficialWire)

Nigeria officials unhappy with District 9 film (KTNV Las Vegas)

We don't mean to hurt Nigeria - GFA (

Nigeria hysteria vs. 'District 9' (New York Post)

NIGERIA BANS 'DISTRICT 9': Blockbuster Summer hit portrays country in negative light. (Eurweb)

Nigeria wants sci-fi movie re-edited (Denver Post)

Nigeria hates District 9 (

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Nigeria Wants Apology for Country's Depiction in 'District 9 (Fox News)

District 9 banned in Nigeria for negative potrayal (3news)

Nigeria calls for ban on sci-fi film (Scotland on Sunday)

Nigeria : Slow Progress On Prison Reform Say Lawyers (

Consolidation Has Already Occurred In Nigeria's Internet And Broadband Sector, From Over 400 ISPs In 2007 To Around ... (OfficialWire)

Nigeria says sci-fi flick on aliens and apartheid unwelcome (Coast Reporter)

Nigeria says sci-fi flick "District 9" unwelcome (

Nigeria wants theaters to pull 'District' (UPI)

Nigeria bans screenings of 'Distric 9' (Courier-Post)

Nigeria says sci-fi flick on aliens and apartheid unwelcome (Kitchener - Waterloo Record)

'District 9' Movie Not Welcome Here (NPR)

Spain and Nigeria aim high (FIFA)

Sci-fi flick on aliens and apartheid unwelcome over portrayal of Nigerian thugs (Sun-Sentinel)

District 9 unwelcome in Nigeria (News 24 South Africa)

Sci-fi flick on aliens and apartheid unwelcome over portrayal of Nigerian thugs (The Morning Call)

Sci-fi flick on aliens and apartheid unwelcome over portrayal of Nigerian thugs (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)

Sci-fi flick on aliens and apartheid unwelcome over portrayal of Nigerian thugs (WGN TV Chicago)

Fresh riot breaks out in Nigeria's Kaduna State, three feared killed (People's Daily)

Nigeria 'offended' by sci-fi film (BBC News)

Friday, September 18, 2009

NIGERIA: Slow progress on prison reform say lawyers (AlertNet)

NIGERIA: Slow progress on prison reform say lawyers (IRIN)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-09-18 17:21 UPDATE 1-Nigeria Q2 oil output at 2.09 mln bpd-stats bureau (Interactive Investor)

EXCLUSIVE: Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu In Face-Off With Top Stars Over Team Selection (

Nigeria Woos Ukrainian Investors on Opportunities (Rigzone)

Nigeria : Sacked Bank Chiefs Won't Be Reinstated, Says Sanusi (

Nigeria : 'Union Bank Still Strong' (

Nigeria : Bauchi Park Relocation - Absence of Judge Stalls Hearing (

Nigeria : U.S. Rejects Adeniran As Nigeria's Ambassador (

Nigeria : Nigeria Recall Obafemi, Shittu For Mozambique Tie (

Nigeria : University of Ibadan Gets $1 Million Projects From Zain (

Nigeria : 'The Nation Recorded U.S. $20 Billion FDI in 2008' (

Nigeria : Scientists Task Leaders on Climate Change (

Nigeria : Savouring Nature At Idanre Hills (

Nigeria : Anambra - Ex-Speaker Drums up Support For Soludo (

Nigeria : TDC ANJET Fete New Ekiti CPS (

Nigeria : The Veterinarian And Agric Development (

Nigeria : Osaile Defends $10,000 Bonus to Eagles (

Nigeria : Nafdac's Strategies For Winning (

Nigeria : On Line With Stephen Keshi (

Nigeria's national carrier loses its Virginity (Brisbane Times)

Aluko defies Aberdeen and joins Nigeria U20 squad (

Thursday, September 17, 2009

W’Bank: Capital Flow to Nigeria, Others Drop by $17bn (This Day)

Virgin Nigeria Becomes Nigerian Eagle Airline (This Day)

‘Nigeria Recorded $20bn FDI in 2008’ (This Day)

Nigeria's national carrier loses its Virginity (Sydney Morning Herald)

Power - FG Spent U.S. $10 Billion in 10 Years (

Nigeria Under-20 Coach Samson Siasia: Sone Aluko Will Feature At World Cup (

Nigeria relaunches research fair to boost industry links (

Nigeria Under-20 Goalkeeper Dele Ajiboye Joins Spanish Club Pontevedra (

Executives tout Nigeria's LNG potential (UPI)

Nigeria : Glo Premier League - No More Cutting Corners - Obaseki (

Looking Beyond ASUU's Aluta Continua (

Nigeria : FG to Establish Regional, Transnational Markets to Reduce Smuggling (

Nigeria : Ndanusa Kicks Against NFF's Meeting With Parents (

Nigeria : Abundant Harvest Imminent in Kano State (

Nigeria demands tracking system (Fairplay)

Nigeria : 'Inflation Down to 11 Percent' (

Nigeria : Kano Cries Out Over Contractors' Sabotage (

Nigeria : Customs Seizes N100 Million Goods in Enugu (

Nigeria : NLC's Questions on Development For The Country (

Nigeria : 'Agric Firms Not Coming to The Country' (

Nigeria : Customs Intercepts Train Laden With Contraband (

Nigeria : Nigeria Spends $10 Billion On Power -Shonekan (

Nigeria : Provost Wants Re-Branding Campaign Taken to Schools (

Nigeria : Looking Beyond ASUU's Aluta Continua (

Nigeria : Denies Approaching Fifa Over Tunisia Match (

EXCLUSIVE: Nigeria Recall Obafemi Martins & Danny Shittu For Mozambique Tie (

Nigeria : CBN Committee Proposes Seven Bills to Strengthen Banking Sector (

Nigeria : Lagos Screens 2,000 Christian Pilgrims (

Nigeria : 'Inadequate Power, Bane of The Country's Devt' (

Nigeria : Obama Wants The Country to Move Fast in the Right Direction -Adeniran (

Nigeria : No More One-Man Banks, Says CBN (

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

‘Nigeria Can’t Contain Swine Flu Outbreak’ (This Day)

‘Inadequate Power, Bane of Nigeria’s Devt’ (This Day)

NIGERIA: Officials fear cholera resurgence in north (AlertNet)

Nigeria Has Huge Potential, Standard Chartered’s Khan Says (Bloomberg)

Closure of Coca-Cola Plant (

Nigeria rejects Fifa age scans (BBC News)

Nigeria militants extend truce for 1 month, urges government to use time to address grievances (Sun-Sentinel)

Nigeria's Main Militant Group Extends Ceasefire (INO News)

Nigeria militants extend truce by 1 month (Boston Globe)

Nigeria : 'Women Empowerment Fundamental to MDGs' (

Nigeria militants extend truce by 1 month (KTNV Las Vegas)

Nigeria : Ohakim Tasks FG On Equiping of Police (

Nigeria : Relations With Israel (

Nigeria : Low Enrolment, High Dropout Rates Lowers Adult Literacy (

Nigeria Withdrew 87 Billion Naira From Oil Fund, ThisDay Says (Bloomberg)

Nigeria militants extend truce by 1 month (Channel 8 San Diego)

Nigeria militants extend truce by 1 month (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria : Group Canvasses Concerted Efforts for Nation Building (

Nigeria : Closure of Coca-Cola Plant (

Nigeria militants extend ceasefire (Sydney Morning Herald)

Nigeria militants extend truce by a month (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria militants extend truce by a month (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria rebels extend truce by 30 days (The Times of India)

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Nigeria rebel group extends ceasefire (Press TV)

Nigeria rebels extend truce by 30 days (Brisbane Times)

Nigeria rebels extend truce by 30 days (Press Trust of India)

Nigeria Militant Group Extends Ceasefire (Nasdaq)

Nigeria rebels extend ceasefire (BBC News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-09-16 03:17 Q+A-What is at stake in Nigeria's Niger Delta? (Interactive Investor)

FG Worried over Poor Nigeria/US Trade (This Day)

Q+A-What is at stake in Nigeria's Niger Delta? (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

Nigeria rebels extend truce by 30 days (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria : Lawmaker Seeks Tougher Sanctions for Sacked Bank Chiefs (

Nigeria : SEC Joins EFCC, CBN, NDIC to Investigate Banks (

Guinness Nigeria Recommended at CSL on Beer Growth (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria rebels to decide on ending truce (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria : When Writing Becomes Family Matter (

Nigeria : Anambra Guber - the Hurdles Before Soludo (

Nigeria : (

Nigeria : FG on Strike, not ASUU -Aremu (

Africa : ITU Declares Nigeria Biggest in Africa Telecom (

Nigeria : Anglicans Set to Elect New Primate (

Nigeria : Hajj - Pilgrims Risk Jail for Overstaying (

Nigeria : 'Fadama-Iii Project Will Bring Food Security' (

Nigeria : 2010 World Cup - Only Miracle Can Qualify Eagles - Nwosu (

Nigeria : Okocha is a Linksman in Eagles (

Nigeria : 2010 - Why We Adopted Obi - Enioma (

Nigeria : FG Appeals to Media to 'Avoid Being Used' (

Guinness Ghana, Nigeria and Phoenix Rated ‘Outperform’ at CSL (Bloomberg)

Netcom Africa Signs Deal with SES WORLD SKIES to Expand Broadcast Television and Telecom Services across Nigeria (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

Monday, September 14, 2009

FIFA Overrule Nigeria Over Tunisia-Kenya Showdown (

Nigeria rebels 'to end ceasefire' (BBC News)

Kim Jong Il's Work Published in Nigeria (Korean Central News Agency)

Nigeria’s UAE embassy to offer consular service (Gulf Times)

Key Nigeria rebels want amnesty extended (Gulf Times)

Nigeria Rebel Movement to End Cease-Fire Tomorrow (Update2) (Bloomberg)

MTN Soccer Academy, Nigeria launched (The Ghanaian Chronicle)

Tompolo Won't Surrender Arms, Says Ijaw Youth Group (

Nigeria Rebel Movement to End Cease-Fire Tomorrow (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Siasia Makes Up Mind (

Key Nigeria rebels want amnesty deadline extended (AlertNet)

Nigeria rocked by Uche injury (BBC News)

Nigeria : Soludo Resigns As AFC Chairman (

Nigeria : N420 Billion - 'CBN Misinterpreted Constitution On Bailout' (

Nigeria : Anambra - Olanipekun Takes Over Andy UBA's Case (

Nigeria : Politics And Controversy (

Nigeria : Akingbola Reports Self to UK Police (

Nigeria : Sanusi Assures Acamb of CBN Support (

Nigeria : Gani Democratised Law Practice - NLC (

Nigeria : Abutu Sworn-in as Federal High Court Acting Chief Judge (

Nigeria : Anambra 2010 - Soludo, Okonkwo, Nzeribe, Others Pick PDP Forms (

Nigeria : The Voice of Jacob, the Hand of Esau (

Nigeria : The Putrid Mess Also in CBN (

Nigeria : FG May Compel Professionals to Take Indemnity Insurance Cover (

Aberdeen Reluctant To Release Sone Aluko For Nigeria Under-20 Squad (

Nigeria : Soludo Fails to Declare Governorship Ambition (

Nigeria : Sanusi's Approach Good For Banks -Poll (

Nigeria Invite Parents To Verify Players' Ages (

Nigeria : Red Cross Mourns Gani (

Nigeria : Investment in Primary Education Must Include Teachers (

Nigeria : Who Wants to Be a Millionaire - Man Wins N10 Million (

Nigeria : Power - FG Sensitises Staff Ahead of DEC Deadline (

Nigeria : Danger of Cement Importation Substitution (

Nigeria : CAF Champions League - Heartland Host Mazembe (

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Nigeria's Planned 500MW Power Plant To Cost $400 Million Official (Nasdaq)

EXCLUSIVE: Confused Nigeria Prepare 'Shadow' Under-17 Squad In Abuja (

Odion Ighalo On Target As Nigeria's U20s Hold Honduras (

Tunisia: Nigeria's Nemesis Oussama Darragi & Michael Eneramo Shoot Esperance Top (

Just got back from . . . Abuja, Nigeria (The Indianapolis Star)

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash (Newsday)

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash (KWQC-TV 6 Davenport)

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash (NBC26 Green Bay)

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash (San Francisco Chronicle)

Nigeria's big spenders make a flamboyant splash (KJCT 8 Grand Junction)

Weakened Harras Hodoud Face Uphill Task In Nigeria Against Bayelsa United (

Nigeria U17 Coach John Obuh Demands More From Striker Terry Envoh (

Friday, September 11, 2009

Nigeria : Trafficking From Country Rises Sharply (

Nigeria : Estate Developers Union Reads Riot Act to Members (

Super Eagles And the Long Road to 2010 (

Siasia Drops Udoh, Nkume (

Resign Now, Lumumba Tells Lulu (

Country's Trade Policies Haven't Added Value to Economy' (

2010 World Cup - Ike Uche Doesn't Hold Much Hope (

Estate Developers Embark On Re-Certification (

Gani - Exit of the Social Conscience (

FACTBOX-Three key militant leaders in Nigeria's oil delta (AlertNet)

Q+A-What is at stake in Nigeria's Niger Delta? (AlertNet)

Nigeria braces for push against oil rebels (UPI)

All Citizens to Own Phones by 2020-VP (

Northern Nigeria Flour Mills Full-Year Profit Rises Fourfold (Bloomberg)

Soludo Denies Adoption by PDP (

He Was a True Activist-Bode George (

Napep to Fight Poverty Through Health Care (

N44 Billion Ascot Loan - EFCC Arrests Akingbola's Lawyer (

Gani - Tributes For a People's Lawyer (

Music Not About Vulgar Language -Black Jesus (

Nigeria-Israel International Economic Summit Ends in Abuja (

Extension of Nigeria's Maritime Boundary Not Compensation For Bakassi -Niia (

My Diary On Gani Fawehinmi (

So Much for an Ailing Industry (

India, Nigeria, Congo account for 40 percent child deaths (Calcutta News)

Electoral Reforms - Between the ERC Recommendations And the Executive Bills (

Anambra Guber - Anenih, Zwingina Disagree Over Soludo (

Bajomo - Bailout Fund Didn't Need Appropriation (

Saraki Clarifies NU's Position On Banking Reforms (

PHCN Spends N2 Billion On Equipment (

Yar'Adua Flags Off Dredging of River Niger (

Polio Infection Drops By Half (

Pathfinder Launches Premium DTH Service across Nigeria with SES WORLD SKIES (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

Thursday, September 10, 2009

NFF Mourns Jude Ezechukwu (

Don't Apologise, Just Resign, Ekpo Tells NFF (

ADB Earmarks N400 Million for Water, Sanitation Projects in Yobe (

Gani, Pillar of Our Struggles - Lagos Workers (

Amodu Has Killed Us (

N60 Million Needed to Host IEYI (

Disband NFF Now, Gombe Screams (

Nigeria to dredge Niger River (UPI)

Mobil Awards FEED Contract For 500 MW Power Plant In Nigeria (Nasdaq)

Aluko boosts Nigeria U-20 squad (BBC News)

Ex-Commissioner Calls for National Confab on Traditional Medicine (

The Other Side of Re-Branding Country (

UPDATE:Nigeria Energy Min: Explained Oil Law To Some Militants (Nasdaq)

Nigeria begins vast river dredge (BBC News)

ASUU Strike - NGO Sponsors Bill Against Schooling Abroad (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-09-10 16:28 Exxon awards 500 MW power plant contract in Nigeria (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria keep faith with Amodu (FIFA)

FG Reiterates Commitment to Safe Skies (

EFCC Quizzes Okereke-Onyiuke (

Nigeria Energy Min: To Deregulate Oil Products Market (Nasdaq)

Lessons From a Kennedy (

Policemen, Highways And Security (

Beyond Electoral Reforms (

Ex-Nigeria International Patrick Ekeji Set For Top Consultancy Job (

Gani - Nigeria Has Lost Irrepressible And Selfless Democracy Activist - Access to Justice (

Gani - Tragedy Has Struck The Country! (

Why Corporate Nigeria Shuns NFF, by HITVBoss (

Airport Concession - FG to Protect Workers' Interest (

Yari - Assembly Probe Against Me Mischievous (

Neco Registrar Decries Poor Exam Results (

Nigeria Stick With Embattled Coach Shuaibu Amodu (

Vision 2020 Framework Ready - Yar'Adua (

We Sacrificed 25 Percent Benefits, Yet NPA Refuses to Pay US - Pensioners (

Insincerity Can't Sustain Democratic Governance (

Remove Confidentiality Clauses in NEITI Act, CSOS Insist (

FG to Strengthen Relationship With Unesco (

NFF Rejects Calls For Amodu's Sack (

Uwais - Gani Rejected My Advice to Accept Honours Award (

Ahmadiyya, PFN, Muse Eulogise Gani (

German airline Lufthansa to make Nigeria aviation hub: minister (People's Daily)

Toro to Lulu - Stop The Talks on Second Term - Nlulu's Decision Belated - Gombe (

Race Not Over Yet For Eagles, Says Onigbinde (

Obanikoro, Lawmaker Mourn (

Country, Israel Differ On Trade Volume (

AFDB Approves $1 Million Technical Assistance Grant for AB Microfinance in Nigeria (

Expert Urges FG to Look Beyond 6,000 MW (

Phone Manufacturing Plant to Be Set Up in Country (

Amodu Knows Fate Today, As NFF Technical Committee Meets (

Country is Facing Serious Challenge - CAN (

'CBN Action Will Affect Funding of Oil, Gas Sector Adversely' (

No Alternative to Yar'Adua, Lamido Says (

FG Urges Israel to Deploy Any Means for Peace (

'The Jinx' Strikes Again As Country Risk Failing to Qualify for World Cup (

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Life Imprisonment Without Remission Will Stem Corruption - ICPC (

Experts on Telecommunications Meet in Katsina (

Expert Seeks Legal Action Against CBN for Currency Devaluation (

How Gani Turned Down National Award - Uwais (

Shell Shuts 115,000 Barrels Per Day EA Floater (

Country's Ranking Drops in Global Competitiveness (

Bua Acquires Sokoto, Okpella Cement Factories (

Nigeria- Israeli Trade Volume Hits $1bn (

Ex-NADECO Leaders Float New Group (

Cadbury to Raise N22.2 Billion Via Rights Issue (

BUA Acquires Sokoto, Okpella Cement (

NU Applauds Sanusi on Bank Reforms (

How Sanusi Emerged CBN Governor - Bankole (

Group Honours Orji Kalu, Ihedioha, Biu, Customs CG, Others Today (

ADRA's Healthy Minds Project Turns New Page on Literacy (AlertNet)

Again, Nobody Resigns (

Shell halts 115,000 bpd output in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)

$455M in bank debts recovered in Nigeria (UPI)

Waziri - - How Tanzilla Duped EFCC (

Nigeria -Israel Sign Trade Agreement (

Nigeria Forward Ikechukwu Uche: We May Have Lost World Cup Ticket (

Fasheun on Rampage (

BUA Group Acquires Two Cement Firms For N15 Billion (

Sexual Harassment Not Peculiar to Nollywood -Omoni (

Oliseh Calls For Overhaul of Nigeria Football System (

Shell halts 115,000 bpd output in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Shell halts 115,000 bpd output in Nigeria : spokesman (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Two-Party Option, Best For Nigeria - Goni (

Citizens Abroad Grow Economy by U.S. $7 Billion-BoI (

NLC Cries Out, As Delta Lawmaker Hijacks State's Nuj Land (

The Nation's Exports to UK Rise by 436 Percent (

ANPP - Gani Fawehinmi's Struggle Must Not Be in Vain (

Audit - CBN Discovers Lesser Infractions in 11 Banks-May Not Sack Banks' Chiefs (

Immigration Arrests Ghanaians Over Passports (

AFDB to Finance U.S. $ 30 Million Helios Telecom Infrastructure Project (

Export Woes - Empty Containers Leave The Country (

Amodu Wants Another Chance (

Bua Buys Cement Co. of Northern Nigeria and Edo, Guardian Says (Bloomberg)

Recovered Bank Debts Hit N70 Billion (

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Nigeria’s Ranking Drops in Global Competitiveness (This Day)

Nigeria- Israeli Trade Volume Hits $1bn (This Day)

Sanusi to Speak on Risk Management in Banks at ACAMB Conference (

Federal Govt Urges Peace in Middle East (

Get Ready to Quit, Ndanusa Tells NFF (

Oliseh Calls for Change (

UK 2008 Trade Volume in Country Stood at £1.3 Billion, Says British High Commissioner (

Why ANPP is Tolerating Ume-Ezeoke, by Ndume (

Media Committee Appeals to Press to Publicise the World Cup (

Country Ready to Partner Britain - Abbe (

Country to Intensify Research for Aids Vaccine (

Fiba Zone III Qualifiers - NBBF Sets Up LOC (

Ukwa West, NDDC and Senate Confirmation(2) (

Retrenchment Fever Grips Banks, as Labour Opposes Sack (

Adeniran Canvasses Post Amnesty Initiatives for Sustained Peace (

Study predicts 40 percent increase in blindness in Nigeria by 2020 (PhysOrg)

40 Percent Increase In Blindness In Nigeria By 2020 Predicted (redOrbit)

Nigeria set to become oil leader (UPI)

Nigeria Developing Governance Code to Foil Collapse (Update1) (Bloomberg)

EFCC - Looted Funds Traced to Stock Market (

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-International Jonathan Akpoborie: Nigeria Turned Down Lothar Matthaus As Coach (

Study predicts 40 percent increase in blindness in Nigeria by 2020 (EurekAlert!)

Advert - FG Slams Multinational Firm, Demands Apology (

Nigeria Sports Minister Denies Approving Win Bonus After Tunisia Draw (

Nigeria's Oliseh calls for change (BBC News)

Country is a Failed State - Shaahu (

CNPP Seeks Alliance With Progressive Governors (

Nigeria make new bid for Man City defender Onuoha (

Amodu's Fate to Be Decided Tomorrow (

Gap-Toothed Fiscal Federalism (

Nape Spends N16 Million on Ten Nigerian Varsity Students For Geology Course Abroad (

The Country Rakes in N23 Billion Oil Proceeds in Four Days (

DPR Doesn't Know The Country's Oil Output -Neiti (

Writers' Group Wants Sanusi Probed Over FG's Debt to Banks (

Nigeria to key into U.S.-backed AGOA: envoy (People's Daily)

In Nigeria, Cancer Management is Underplayed (

Lawmaker Counsels Sanusi On Banks' Probe (

Gani's Death is a Great National Loss - President Yar'Adua (

Twenty Arrested As Lasu Students Battle VC (

Family Planning Basis For Safe Motherhood (

Niger Delta Crisis Can't Lead to War, Says IBB (

What Lessons After 10 Years of Democracy? (

Nigeria/Tunisia: After Tunisia Draw...Amodu Still Harbours Hope (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Advantage Carthage Eagles (

Failed Banks - Fuel Scarcity Imminent as Credit Line Worry Marketers (

Gani - Union Canvasses Posthumous Honour (

Cadbury to Raise N22.2 Billion From Rights Issue (

Buhari Wants Posthumous National Honour for Gani (

Pengassan Warns Govt Against Planned Deregulation (

Adeleke Reacts on Recent Move by CBN to Sell Banks (

Banking Reforms - Standard Chartered Set to Take Opportunities (

UN, Nigerian Welders Sign Mou On Skill Acquisition (

Nigeria/Tunisia: S-H-O-C-K-E-R! Eagles Paid $10,000 Winning Bonus for Tunisia Draw (

Mikel Attacks Defenders, Ndanusa Weeps in Dressing Room (

Monday, September 07, 2009

Israel's Lieberman arrives in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Gani Fawehinmi: Lawyer and activist who fought for human rights in Nigeria (Independent)

Officials Unhappy With Payment Of Full Bonus To Nigeria After Tunisia Draw (

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu Begs NFF For Another Chance (

Assbifi Set to Picket First Bank Over Sack (

UN, NIW Sign MoU On Skill Acquisition (

CBN Explains N420 Billion Bailout (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Tunisia Shock Nigeria (

Nigeria Has Lost an Icon in Gani, Say TUC (

It's Victory All the Way -Ogbuke (

UN Seat - Bankole Solicits France's Support (

Economic Meltdown, Justification For Islamic Banking -Sanusi (

Bank Chiefs Remain in Detention As EFCC Contests Bail Application (

CNPP Blames Gani's Death on Incessant Incarceration (

UN Seat - Bankole Solicits French Support For Nigeria (

1994 Eagles Was Retired Too Early -Iroha (

NFF Officials, Eagles Go Into Hiding As World Cup Dream Fades (

Let FG Leave Lagos Devt Areas Alone (

Ukwa West, NDDC And Senate Confirmation (

National Assembly Has Been Strengthened , Says Lawmaker (

NMA - Political Terrain Difficult For Practice (

Labour, Alaafin, Fashola, Others Eulogise Gani (

Tunisia Puts our World Cup Qualification in Jeopardy (

Between Sanusi And Islamic Banking (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Kpakor Gives Eagles Tips to Overcome Tunisia (

Tom-Tom Mobilises Students For Eagles (

Group Backs Sanusi on Islamic Banking (

Multi Links Staff Arrest For Alleged Stealing (

Glo 1 submarine cable lands in Nigeria (Digital Media Europe)

BATN Executes 82 Projects in 34 States (

Leader's Mission to Change the Course of Rivers State (

Obama's Adviser Resigns Over Niger Delta Comments (

Nigeria's InterSwitch Selects Gemalto's Complete Strong Authentication Solution to Secure their e-Payment Services (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

Sunday, September 06, 2009

Ghana qualify, Cameroon back in contention, Nigeria in trouble (New Kerala)

2011: Political Tsunami Looms In Nigeria (

Nigeria draw 2-2 with Tunisia in WCup qualifier (The Star)

Ghana qualify, Cameroon back in contention, Nigeria in trouble (

Ghana book place, Nigeria suffer late shock (ESPN

Last-minute Tunisia grab draw in Nigeria (FIFA)

Nigeria 2-2 Tunisia: Advantage Carthage Eagles (

Last-minute Tunisia grab draw in Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria says amnesty deal a 'huge' success so far (AFP via Yahoo! News)

TV War Threatens Nigeria-Tunisia World Cup Clash (

Saturday, September 05, 2009

Nigeria oil delta rebels want clear plans for those who disarm (Gulf Times)

Nigeria/Tunisia: Eagles Clash Tops Football Fiesta On Supersport (

Nigeria Militant Group Warns Against Failure Of Government Talks (Nasdaq)

Nigeria Skipper Nwankwo Kanu Will Play Against Tunisia (

Gani Fawehinmi Passes On At 71 (

Nigeria rebels want clear plans for those who disarm (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

Power Outage Disrupts Tunisia Training In Nigeria (

Olofinjana admits Nigeria commitments delaying Hull adjustment (

Friday, September 04, 2009

Nigeria rebels demand amnesty pay, threaten violence (KYIV Post)

Nigeria rebels demand amnesty pay, threaten violence (AlertNet)

Uche - Eagles Ready for Challenge (

Security Guards Charged with Negligence (

'Surveyors Face Challenges in Land Reform Implementation' (

We Need N24 Trillion to Cut Poverty by Half - Federal Govt (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Eneramo Wants to Start against Tunisia (

Soccer-Nigeria seek Onuoha to play in future internationals (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigerian Stocks: 7-Up Gains; Ecobank Nigeria, Spring Bank Fall (Bloomberg)

Nigeria/Tunisia: Eagles Must Play Mass Attack, Mass Defence to Unsettle Tunisia (

House - Sanusi's Summons is No Blackmail (

EFCC Denies Pact With Sacked Bank Directors (

Khaleej Times Online - Nigeria seek Onuoha to play in future internationals (Khaleej Times)

Stylists Charged to Embrace Learning (

NDIC Board Wants Review of Enabling Laws (

Nigeria seeks global bailout for Africa on climate change (People's Daily)

Ex-Envoy Lauds FG Over Civil Service Reforms (

Islamic Banking Supported by Act - CBN (

Climate Change - Nigeria Seeks Global Bailout for Africa (

We will abide by FIFA Age Regulation-Ndanusa (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Kanu Boasts - We Have the Formula for Tunisia (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Tunisian Hot-shot Promises Hell for Super Eagles (

Rising Cases of Diabetes (

Appelate Court - Kutigi Petitioned Over Delay (

Stockbrokers Assure Investors of Safety of Capital Market (

Accountants Tasked on Professionalism (

National Peace Policy Roadmap Launched (

Nigeria Scales First Hurdle on Continental Shelf Extension, Spends U.S. $10 Million (

Prof. Adeniran Appointed The Country's Ambassador to U.S. (

West Ham striker Cole: I was ready to commit to Nigeria (

Tunisians Storm Abuja With Chartered Aircraft (

Yar'Adua Approves More Broadcast Networks (

Navy Dispels Rumour of American Submarine Presence in Nation's Shore (

Rural Dwellers'll Continue to Suffer Lack Unless....- Amaechi (

Yar'Adua Okays Adeniran As Ambassador to U.S. And Ghali to India (

CBN Banks' Audit - 11 More Cleared, Three Indicted (

Senior Advocate of Nigeria - To Be Or Not To Be (

Akunyili Doubts Nigeria's Prospect in Digital Technology (

14 Banks - Expect No Surprises (

Tunisia’s Fahid Ben Khalfallah Ruled Out Of Nigeria Matchup (

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Climate Change: Nigeria Seeks Global Bailout for Africa (This Day)

Lagos State Microfinance Association Sets Up Intervention Fund (

Labour Urges CBN Not to Politicise Development in Banking Sector (

Nigeria?s Minister of Petroleum Resources to Participate at U.S.-Africa Business Summit (

Nigeria's scrappy film biz not quite ready for close-up (McClatchy Newspapers via Yahoo! News)

CNPP to Ekweremadu - Uwais Report is Sacrosanct (

NLC Disowns Comments by Its Vice President (

Nigeria for trade talks, but wary of open market access (New Kerala)

Group to Partner CAN, Council on Voter Education (

N420 Billion Bail-Out, I Had the Law's Backing - Sanusi (

Nigeria for trade talks, but wary of open market access (Calcutta News)

Senate President Condemns Country's Berlin Performance (

VP, Govs, Ministers, Senators Set to Cheer Eagles to Victory (

Protecting Copyright Owners (

PFN Plans Prayers, Gifts for Victims of Boko Haram (

Between Neutrality and Hidden Agenda (

Another Race Against Human Trafficking (

Student deported to Nigeria (Bury Times)

Nigeria’s Naira Slides as Central Bank Auctions $300 Million (Bloomberg)

NLC Clarifies Position On ASUU Strike (

Mouka Foam Donates to Fire Victim (

Two Union Members in Court Over Mischief (

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu: We Will Show We're World Best Against Tunisia (

Suspension - Troubled Banks Hail CBN, NSE (

'Nigeria Should Copy US On Small Business' (

Seed Council to Collaborate With NSCDC to Monitor Seed Markets (

Group Faults Attacks On David Mark (

The New Oil Sector (

CCNN Reports 91.86 Percent Jump in Second Quarter Profit (

Akinsola Promises Full Value for Tickets (

Nigerians Top World Cup 2010 List of Volunteers (

Double Eagles Clash Tops Supersport's Broadcast (

Sailing Federation Plans 2-Day Summit (

Manpower Shortage - SON to Employ 200 Graduates (

APBN Backs CBN, Seeks Professionals' Summit (

Kalu's Sack a Joke - Imo PPA Boss (

Constitution Amendment - Uwais Report Sacrosanct, Says CNPP (

Only Prayers Can Save Country, Say Gowon, Adefarasin (

Barkindo - N37 Billion Crude Lost to Militant Attacks (

Nigeria's population 140-million: census body (Independent Online)

CBN Boss to Unveil C-River's New Festival Logo (

Sanusi Floors Reps On N420 Billion Bail-Out to Banks (

NNPC, Oil Firms Partner to Meet Federal Government's 6000mw Target (

British Gas Sacks 51 Staff (

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Only Prayers Can Save Nigeria, Say Gowon, Adefarasin (This Day)

Museum Director Heading to Nigeria (WHSV Harrisonburg)

NPL Assigns Stadia Inspection Team (

Confusion Rocks CRFFN over Amiwero's Travails (

VIP Tickets Exhausted (

Boko Haram - PFN Holds Service in Honour of Victims (

Labour Vows to Move Against any Management That Sacks Workers (

NBA to Lead First Legal Trade Mission to UK (

Trading Resumes on Shares of Troubled Banks (

Let's Talk About Social Security Too (

Group Partners FAAN to Train Workers (

Our Failed Eaglets Are Now Vindicated, says Shofoluwe (

Matchday Protest Won't Affect Tie, Say Police (

Country's Championship Flop (

NNPC - Amnesty has Pushed Up Crude, Gas Production (

Glo Gratitude Task Force (

Yar'Adua Restates Commitment to Curbing Piracy (

Nigeria/Tunisia: Confident Eagles (

The Tests Will Be Conducted Here via random Picking (

NSE Lifts Suspension on 5 Troubled Banks (

Keeping Electoral Promises, Key to Re-Election - Shehu (

Print Sub-Committee Visits Kano Centre (

Super Eagles Camp Swells to 17 (

Sanusi "Ready to Resign, if" (

Clinton's Visit - PCPN Toes Senator Marks' Line (

Country is Committed to Curbing Piracy - Yar'Adua (

Workers Reject Foreign Takeover of Banks (

Shell, CBN, Others Partner on Agricultural Development in Niger Delta (

Economic Summit Group Lauds Banking Reform (

Country Will Present a Good Team - Obuh (

Bank Crisis - Opposition Parties Charge CBN on Truth (

Fasola Demolishes 2,000 Shops (

UN Extends Country's Continental Shelf (

Chelsea's Obi Mikel willing to play anywhere for Nigeria (

Nigeria says 13 interested in Nitel privatization (CIOL)

NANS Tasks FG on Funding For Tertiary Institutions (

Omolewa Exits Nigerian Delegation to Unesco (

UN approves Nigeria's continental shelf request (People's Daily)

On the Prohibitive Cost of Governance in Nigeria (

'The Country Can Learn From India's SMEs' (

Examination Bodies And the Problem of Malpractices (

NESG Endorses CBN Regulatory Actions (

Islamic Finance to Form The Country's Financial Landscape -- Sanusi (

Presidential Task Force on Customs to Present Report (

CBN Should Sanitize The Micro Finance Sub-Sector (

Ukrainian Firm to Provide Solution to Gas Flaring (

Mobil/STAN Contests - Show of Talents, Creativity (

World Cup Qualifying Preview: Nigeria - Tunisia (

Efcc Goes After Ibru, Ebong, Adigwe, Others' Assets (

Sanusi Faces Representatives Over N400 Billion Bailout (

Lamido Sanusi - Controversial Actions of a Regulator (

Rating Our League Refs (

NESG Welcomes Sanusi's Banking Reform (

Yar'Adua Pledges to Strengthen Anti-Piracy Laws (

Virgin Nigeria to Complete Rebranding Process in 2009 (

Stockbrokers React to Margin Loans Facility Issue (

Tee Mac - My Life, My Music (

Between Nigeria And Tales by Moonlight (

EFCC Probes Bank Chiefs' Assets (

CBN to Print More Naira, Declares Sanusi (

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Tunisia’s Haggui Confident Ahead Of Nigeria Showdown (

FIFA orders bone tests to prove players are within age limit at Under-17 World Cup in Nigeria (The San Francisco Examiner)

Nigeria Withdraws Eraskorp's Bid For Aviation Co Privatization (Nasdaq)

Toure to Chronicle 10 Yrs of Development in Telecom (

Nigeria’s Central Bank Leaves Key Interest Rate at 6% (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Etim Tackles Sanusi on N400 Billion Bailout Fund to Troubled Banks (

We Printed More Money to Save Banks, Says CBN (

Why We Published Bank Debtors' List, By Sanusi (

Bank Reform - Nubifie Tasks CBN (

All Eyes On Sanusi (

Nigeria U-17 Team Coach John Obuh Unshaken By Age Cheating Scandal (

NAHco Changes Name to Nahcoaviance (

Flying Eagles Settle in Mallorca (

Fifa Confirms AIT for U-17 (

Saudi Arabia, Nigeria (Khaleej Times)

Crystallization of Sanusi's Senate Parables (

House - N325 Billion Missing NLNG Funds Traced to U.S. (

Ibrahim - With CBN Printing Money, I'm Justified (

Yes, It Will! (

Will CBN Survive Legal Challenge From the Fallen Five? (

Citizens Confident About Banks Despite Crisis (

Challenge of Religious Extremism (

Beyond Legalities, A Look at The System (

Adebayo Chairs, Uwaje Talks Security at Telecom and Device Forum (

Zain Targets High Value Customers With Stepup Offer (

'Why Oil Workers Dump NLC For FG on Petrol Deregulation' (

Forty MTN Foundation Lady Mechanics Graduate (

How Quake in Banking Sector Affects ICT Development (

Troubled Banks - Powercap Boss Rules Out Power Investment Drought in Nigeria (

Data And Identity Management Will Curb Credit Card Frauds - Bornheim (

Minister Wants Eagles to 'Die' (

FIFA orders bone tests to prove players are within age limit at Under-17 World Cup in Nigeria (The Washington DC Examiner)

Atedo Peterside - How Soludo Concealed Banks' Rot (

Akoko-Edo Re-Run Free, Fair - Independent Monitors (

Banks Borrow N10 Trillion From CBN in Quarter two (

Abia Not Living up to "God's Own State"- Clergy (

Economy Gloomy as Revenue Slides by 14 Percent (

Coca-Cola Shuts Ota Plant (

FIFA to introduce MRI screening at Nigeria 2009 to combat the fielding of over-age players (FIFA)

Bank Chiefs Arraigned, Face 131 Charges (

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