Yahoo Nigerian News Archive for November 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Airport worker living in Derby returns home to Nigeria - to be crowned KING (Daily Mail: World News)

Yar'Adua's Health - Reign of Precaution in Aso Rock (

Nigeria to host African junior tennis championship in 2010 (People's Daily)

Nigeria's Sharks Crisis Deepens After Another Home Defeat (

Saturday, November 28, 2009

WHO: Why Nigeria Records High Polio Cases (This Day)

Nigeria's Martins set for surgery (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria U-20 Midfielder Obiora Nwankwo Moves To Italy (

Ex-Wigan Athletic Striker Julius Aghahowa Open To Nigeria Comeback (

Faltering African giant Nigeria could still be a force (

Faltering African giant Nigeria could still be a force (New Kerala)

Friday, November 27, 2009

USAID/Markets to Assist Goods Movement in Country (

Nigeria Plan Nations Cup Warm-Ups Against South Africa & Namibia (

Nigeria : Nulge Backs Obi for Anambra Guber Election (

Nigeria : Minister Tasks Youths On Education (

Nigeria Plans To Export 2.2 Million B/D Crude, Condensates In Jan (Nasdaq)

Nigeria : Women Task Female Students On Engineering (

Nigeria : Leaders Seek End to Electoral Crisis At Ajasin Lecture (

Nigeria : Our Battle With V V F, Victims Cry Out (

Nigeria : U.S. Government Traces Wanted Drug Kingpin, Kashamu to Nation (

Nigeria : On Anambra Leadership Crisis (

Nigeria : Cultural Week - A Reflection of Close Egypt-Nigeria Ties - Envoy (

Nigeria : The Courage to Challenge (

Nigeria's president being treated for heart condition in Saudi Arabia, chief physician says (Sun-Sentinel)

Nigeria : Union Bank Redeems Cash, Car Prizes to Savers (

Nigeria Has 3 Billion Tons of Iron Ore Resources, Ministry Says (Bloomberg)

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Nigeria president suffering from heart ailment (Deepika)

Nigeria president suffering from acute pericarditis (Deepika)

UNFPA calls for end to violence against women in Nigeria (People's Daily)

Nigeria president suffering from acute pericarditis (AlertNet)

Nigeria president suffering from heart ailment (AlertNet)

HRW: Nigeria must prosecute over deaths (UPI)

Nigeria Government To Name Foreign Coach For World Cup Next Year - Report (

Nigeria : Customs Sets Up Fraud Detection Team (

Nigeria : Country Not in Hiddink's Plans (

Nigeria : Yar'Adua is Getting Better, Envoy Says (

Nigeria : FG Lauds Nigeriasat-1 in Orbit (

Nigeria : FG Renews Joint Venture Lease With Mobil (

Nigeria : FG Approves N71 Billion Contract for Roads (

Nigeria : We're Swimming Or Sinking With Amodu, Declares NFF (

Nigeria : Nation's Corruption Rating (

Nigeria : Musing Around Alex Nwokolo's Recent Visual Journey (

Nigeria : Pepsi Begins Hunt for Next-Geneneration Eaglets (

Nigeria : NFF Re-Endorses Amodu (

Nigeria : Enhancing the Teaching of Mathematics (

Nigeria : Nesrea Partners Exxon Mobil, NMGs On Climate Change (

Nigeria : 'PDP Not Against Yar'Adua Group' (

Nigeria : IOCs Blame FG For Poor Oil Records (

Nigeria : NOUN Repositions for Brighter Future (

Nigeria : Amnesty - Shell's Reentry Boosts Oil, Gas Output Figures (

Nigeria : I Will Return Home December - El-Rufai (

Tiger Brands, Shoprite May Partner in Nigeria, Bus. Report Says (Bloomberg)

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

New York Film Academy to Open Institute in Nigeria (This Day)

Nigeria set for 'Green Big Brother' show (BBC News)

World-Nigeria (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Nigeria buys helicopters for oil missions (Independent Online)

Shuaibu Amodu To Lead Nigeria To 2010 World Cup (

Nigeria To Train In Namibia For African Nations Cup (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-25 13:42 Nigeria's Diamond Bank pretax profit drops 91.5 pct (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria buys 5 French helicopters for oil delta (AlertNet)

Nigeria to Revive $500 Million Eurobond Sale in 2010 (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Report: Nigeria make another attempt to get Germany's Aogo (

Nigeria : Ebonyi Sponsors 15 for Maritime Tranning (

Nigeria : Aliyu - Kill All Corrupt Officials (

Nigeria : Court Refuses Ogunlewe's Application to Quash Charges (

Nigeria : Court Okays Trial of NDIC Boss, Five Others (

Nigeria : Culture, Ingredient for Economic Devt - Jonathan (

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Rising Unemployment in The Country (

Nigeria : NFF Place N1 Billion Tag on Eagles (

British lawyer laundered bribes to Nigeria, court told (Guardian Unlimited)

Nigeria’s Budget Spending to Jump as Oil Prices Rise (Update4) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria bases budget on $57 per barrel oil price: official (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)

Peter Odemwingie: Nigeria Will Surprise Many At The World Cup (

Nigeria’s Budget Spending to Jump as Oil Prices Rise (Update3) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria bases budget on oil price of $57 (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria’s Budget Spending to Jump as Oil Prices Rise (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria’s Budget Spending to Jump as Oil Prices Rise (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria : Fitch Rates First Bank Low (

Yar'Adua Returns to Saudi Hospital; Sends Budget to Senate, House (

Nigeria FA Boss Insists On Coach Shuaibu Amodu For World Cup (

Nigeria : Senate And the South-East Erosion (

Nigeria : George, Ogunlewe, Others Bought FG Houses Without Bidding (

Nigeria : Corruption And Lessons for Judges (

Nigeria : Central Switch Should Not Be Profit-Oriented - Experts (

The World Ignores Us (

Nigeria : Union Bank Earnings Hit N147 Billion (

Nigeria : Seven-Point Agenda, An End Itself , Says Mark (

Nigeria : Rising Unemployment in The Country (

Nigeria : NFF Plans Friendly Matches for Eagles (

Nigeria : U-17 Football Championship - Probing the LOC (

Ghana/Nigeria tennis tourney ends in grand style (

Monday, November 23, 2009

France pledges support for Nigeria on climate change (People's Daily)

‘PDP Has Thrown Nigeria into Political Mess’ (This Day)

Swine Flu: WHO, Nigeria, 19 Others Seek Vaccine Plan (This Day)

Nigeria : Shittu on Recovery Road (

Nigeria : Aims of Media Merit Award, by Odunewu (

Nigeria : Chuka Momah Decries Dissolution of Tennis Board (

Apollo Hospitals plans facility in Nigeria (Business Standard India)

Nigeria : Rimas B.V and PSC Industries to Set Up Solar School (

Akunyili Drums Support for Re-Branding Campaign (

Oil Majors Race to Seal Deals in Nigeria (Rigzone)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-23 16:54 UPDATE 1-Nigeria graft police sets new bank debtor deadline (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-23 16:05 Guinness Nigeria Q1 pre-tax profit falls 34 pct (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria : Like Lulu, Like Ndanusa (

Nigeria : Afren, Oriental Energy Complete Ebok-5 Well (

Nigeria : The Distinguished Clash of Honourable Egos (

Nigeria : Developing Young Minds Through Art Education (

Do you think the Re-branding Nigeria Campaign is working? (

First Bank Nigeria’s Individual Rating Downgraded by Fitch (Bloomberg)

Nigeria : Live Uefa Games For Access Bank Customers (

Nigeria : Stakeholders Weigh Securitization Option in Housing Supply (

Nigeria : Of The Nation And The Transparency Rating (

Nigeria : Election Conduct And Ghana's Example (

Nigeria : Beyond Transparency International's Rating (

Nigeria : FG Signs 677 Million Development Fund With EU (

Nigeria : Re-Branding - Locals Should Tell Our Story, Not Foreigners - Akunyili (

Nigeria : Microfinance Banks - New Era Beckons As Apex Body Takes Off (

Nigeria : Azikiwe, 1904-1987 (

Nigeria : Sani Emmanuel Dedicates Award to Less Privileged (

Nigeria : Access Bank Customers to Watch Live Uefa Games (

Nigeria : ASCON Launches N5 Billion Hostel Fund (

Nigeria : $96,000 Internet Fraud - Christ Embassy Faithful Nabbed (

Nigeria : Abike Dabiri's Heretical Bill (

Nigeria : NOC Elections - The Lies and Misrepresentations (

Nigeria : Countries Sign Agreement on Political Dialogue, Others (

Nigeria : Yar'Adua to Lay Budget Before Senate, House (

Sunday, November 22, 2009

PDP Disowns ‘Yar’Adua for New Nigeria’ Campaign (This Day)

Nigeria to Close 10 Embassies (This Day)

Nigeria at 50: Anabel Named Lead Concert Organiser (This Day)

IFRS: Nigeria’s Convergence Report Out December (This Day)

EU Challenges Nigeria On Niger Delta (

Nigeria Pharmaceuticals And Healthcare Report Q1 2010 - New Report Published (OfficialWire)

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Nigeria struggles to curb rapid rise in child beggars (Gulf Times)

Con Men Trying To Cash In On Nigeria Coaching Job - Official (

Dan Hoyle Returns After His Whirlwind, US State Department Sponsored Tour of Nigeria, to Perform Eleven Extra Shows of ... (

First Nigeria Skipper Ewa Henshaw Dies At 89 - Report (

Friday, November 20, 2009

YSU Students Headed to Nigeria (WYTV Youngstown)

YSU Students Headed to Nigeria (WKBN 27 Youngstown)

Ikoyi Club 1938 hosts Ghana/Nigeria tennis tourney (

EU, Nigeria Sign $1bn Deal on N/Delta Peace (This Day)

What do you think is wrong with Nigeria? (

Nigeria : Cisac Trains MCSN Staff (

Nigeria Renews Three Oil Leases for ExxonMobil (Rigzone)

Nigeria Wary Of Fresh Mozambique Challenge At Angola 2010 (

EU signs deal with Nigeria to support peace (AFP via Yahoo! News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-20 16:43 UPDATE 1-Nigeria renews three ExxonMobil oil licences (Interactive Investor)

EU Signs $1 Billion Deal With Nigeria To Support Peace, Good Governance, Energy (INO News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-20 16:13 Nigeria renews three ExxonMobil oil licences (Interactive Investor)

2010 Nations Cup Draw: Nigeria Battle Mozambique Again (

Ägypten trifft auf Nigeria (

EU signs deal with Nigeria to support peace (Eu Business)

Nigeria team at World Cup 2010 (Daily Telegraph)

Nigeria : TI Corruption Rating - We Are Not Surprised, Says TUC (

Nigeria : For the Love of Baobab Fruit (

Nigeria : As Actors Sheathe Their Swords (

Nigeria : Navy Goes Tough on Impersonators (

Nigeria : Hearing in Oceanic, CBN Suit Begins Today (

Nigeria : Big Egos Toying With Nigeria's Future (

Nigeria : Place of Orientation in Promoting Local Tourism (

Nigeria : Ezekwesili, Utomi, Dangote, Others for 2009 U.S. / Nigeria Investment Development Summit (

Nigeria : Issues in University Education (

EU gives Nigeria $1bn 'for peace' (BBC News)

Why I May Pray Against Nigeria (

Nigeria : As the Courts Intervene in Anambra Political Crises (

Nigeria : 'The Country Has Expertise in Infrastructure' (

Nigeria : Nation Still Battles to Make Food, Drugs Safe - NAFDAC Boss (

Nigeria : U.S. Envoy Tasks FG On Food Security (

Nigeria : Sustaining Industrial Revival Efforts (

Wolfpack gets 7-footer from Nigeria to commit (The Charlotte Observer)

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Newcastle boss Hughton has Nigeria concerns for Ameobi (

Nigeria, China to enhance banking relations (China Economic Net)

Big Egos Toying with Nigeria ’s Future (This Day)

Akinrinade: Nigeria’s Foundation Defective (This Day)

Nigeria : Ruling Class Can't Rescue Country From Poverty, Says Fashina (

Nigeria signs $1 bln EU pact to fight corruption (The Star)

Nigeria signs $1 bln EU pact to fight corruption (AlertNet)

Ajasin Foudation, ICPC Collaborate On Code of Conduct (

Nigeria Coach Shuaibu Amodu Lashes Out Over Speculation Regarding His Future (

Nigeria Will Begin Nations Cup Build-Up December 28 In South Africa (

Former Nigeria coach urges early preparations for World Cup (People's Daily)

Nigeria's president delays budget after row over where to host it (BBC News)

Nigeria chamber row delays budget (BBC News)

Nigeria's power supply up 'after Delta amnesty' (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria attracts trade fair buyers with shea butter, minerals (Calcutta News)

Nigeria : Akpabio Bags NSE Presidential Merit Award (

Nigeria : Child's Rights Law... Too Much Talk, Little Implementation (

Nigeria : U.S., FG Partner On Fight Against HIV/Aids (

Nigeria : Corruption - Waziri Canvasses Death Penalty (

Nigeria go for Newcastle striker Ameobi (

Nigeria : Fufore Area Council As Adamawa's Development Pivot (

Nigeria : PHCN Decries Vandalism in Niger (

Nigeria : Our Attitude to Life And Security (

Nigeria : TI Rating - The Country's Corruption Stems From Incredible Polls - AC (

Nigeria : Aliyu Modibo Umar - Rambo Takes on the Emperors (

Nigeria : Why I May Pray Against Nigeria (

Nigeria : Celebrating Undergraduate Journalists (

Nigeria : Corruption Rating - FG Blames Private Sector (

Nigeria : Trends in Military Justice System (

Nigeria’s Warri, Kaduna Oil Refineries Fixed, Guardian Reports (Bloomberg)

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

‘Banking Sector Responsible for Nigeria’s Slide in TI Rating’ (This Day)

What is the stage of bilateral relation between Morocco and Nigeria? (

Andy Uba's Case and Public Trust in Courts (

Nigeria : VP Tasks Sports Administrators On Facilities (

Nigeria's oil war truce 'in danger' (UPI)


Nigeria : 'Lawyers Don't Become SAN by Popular Agitation' (

Nigeria Drops Nine Positions on Global Corruption Perceptions Index (Pravda)

Obi Kicks Against Citing Proposed Erosion Agency in Abuja (

Nigeria struggles to curb rise in child beggars (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria : Andy Uba's Case and Public Trust in Courts (

Nigeria cautious on EU free trade deal (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria cautious on EU free trade deal (Eu Business)

Nigeria : Why Recovery of Stock Market May Take Years (

Nigeria finish on high note (FIFA)

Nigeria : Why Banks, Insurance Firms Must Partner --Adejumo (

Nigeria : Gaslink Denies Crippling 150 Manufacturing Firms (

Nigeria : Katsina-Alu Emerges Chief Justice (

Nigeria : Amnesty - Upstream Activity Upbeat for 2010 Targets (

Nigeria : Internet Governace 2009 - IP Block (

Nigeria : Armed Robbers Attack Thisday Editor, Three Others (

Nigeria : Newly Ordained Deacons Told to Be God Fearing (

Mozambique Coach Mart Nooij Won't Comment On Nigeria Job (

Nigeria : The Benefits of Site Selection in Planning The City (

Nigeria : Soludo And Hegel's Theory (

South Africa/Nigeria : Nff to Open Nigeria Village in South Africa (

Nigeria : Media Chiefs Stress Need for Ombudsman (

Nigeria : Yar'Adua Nominates Katsina Alu As C J N, Salami For Court of Appeal (

Nigeria : CBN Bans Importation of Roofing Sheets (

Corruption Perception: Nigeria’s Rating Worsens (This Day)

‘Why Nigeria Can’t Attain FAA Category 1 This Year’ (This Day)

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Everton’s Yobo thrilled to lead Nigeria to World Cup (

Nigeria : DG Tasks National Assembly on Energy Law (

Nigeria : Country to Host Wista Regional Headquarters (

Khaleej Times Online - Switzerland Dash Nigeria’s Hopes (Khaleej Times)

DJ Cocoa Movement In Nigeria Hurt By Petrol Shortage - Traders (INO News)

Nigeria slips deeper on global corruption index: report (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Students plan trip to Nigeria (Jambar)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-17 14:12 UPDATE 1-Nigeria inflation rises to 11.6 pct in Oct (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria’s Inflation Accelerates to 11.6% on Economic Growth (Bloomberg)

Four-star Stankovic haunts Nigeria (FIFA)

Portsmouth striker Kanu to retire from Nigeria after World Cup (

Nigeria : Speaker Bankole's Score Card (

Nigeria : Deregulation - Locals Pay Double for Services Despite Weak Infrastructure - World Bank (

Nigeria : The Trial of Lord Lugard (

Nigeria : Ndigbo - Country's Nation Builders (

Nigeria : NFF to Rebuild All National Teams - Lulu (

Nigeria : Nigerian Police Least Paid-Osayande (

Nigeria : FG to Partner China On Gold Mining (

Nigeria's MEND Says Ceasefire Under Threat After Army Operating (Nasdaq)

Nigeria : Patriotism Marks Nigeria Qualification (

Monday, November 16, 2009

Everton striker Yakubu emotional after amazing Nigeria triumph (

Nigeria : Polish Firm to Build Coal Plant in Country (

Nigeria : MFB Associations Harmonised, Tasked on Crisis of Confidence (

Brazil brush aside Nigeria (FIFA)

Playoff to decide last berth as Cameroon, Nigeria book place in Finals (The Star)

Nigeria : Loan Loss Provision - Eleven Banks Set Aside N260 Billion (

Delays show fragility of Nigeria's oil delta amnesty (AlertNet)

Nigeria : CBN Appoints Advisers for Troubled Banks (

Nigeria : Ex-US Congressman Bags 13 Years Jail Term (

Nigeria : Niger Guber - Aliyu, Umar Await Appeal Court Verdict (

Nigeria : Post-Humous Birthday - Remembering Zik At 105 (

Nigeria : Day Leaders Dialogued (

Youth World Cup Ends as Host Champion Nigeria Falls to Switzerland (Voice of America)

Old Mutual in Talks About Entering Nigeria’s Insurance Market (Bloomberg)

Nigeria : N$1 Million Promo - We Are Continuing the Tradition of Social Giving, Etisalat CEO (

Nigeria : Adegite Calls for Transparency in Financial Institutions (

Nigeria : Governors, Experts to Parley Over Non-Oil Revenue (

Nigeria : Imoke Raises Alarm Over Nigeria, Cameroon Waterway (

Nigeria : Echoes From Nation-South Africa Summit (

Nigeria : Discontent Over Implementation of National Central Switch (

Nigeria : Country Requires N59 Trillion to Meet Housing Deficit (

Nigeria : FMBN Re-Positions, Renews Corporate Identity (

Nigeria : Cadbury, Alumaco Posts N1.5 Billion Loss, as Shares Value Dips By N40 Billion (

Nigeria : La Rojita Building for Future (

Switzerland beats Nigeria to win U-17 World Cup (People's Daily)

Nigeria : CNPP Decries Buba Galadima's Arrest (

Nigeria : Reps And Uproar Over 'Failed State' (

Nigeria : Group Calls for Time Frame to End Importation (

Nigeria : Age Scandal - Blatter Gives Nigeria Clean Bill (

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Nigeria : Only Three Banks Sick Last December - Ndic (

Nigeria mourns youth football defeat (BBC News)

Nigeria militants start peace talks with president (3news)

Nigeria Records Highest Number of Christian Pilgrims (This Day)

Nigeria Recovers $55m Stolen Artefacts (This Day)

Switzerland U-17 1-0 Nigeria U-17: New Comers Switzerland Upstage Nigeria To Win FIFA U-17 World Cup (

Burkina Faso leader to visit Nigeria for Guinea talks (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria militants start peace talks with president (AP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria president meets with militants for peace (AP via Yahoo! News)

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Nigeria keep Pele's World Cup prediction on track (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Egypt forces playoff; Nigeria, Cameroon reach World Cup (USA Today)

New Zealand Qualifies for Cup; Cameroon and Nigeria Advance (New York Times)

Cameroon, Nigeria qualify, Egypt to play again (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

South Africa insists trade imbalance favours Nigeria (AFP via Yahoo! News)

New Zealand, Cameroon, Nigeria reach World Cup (AP via Yahoo! Sports)

New Zealand, Cameroon, Nigeria reach World Cup (AP via Yahoo! News)

Africa: Nigeria qualifies for first WCup since 2002 (Sports Illustrated)

Nigeria edge out Tunisia (CNN)

UPDATE 2-Soccer-Nigeria snatch World Cup spot from Tunisia (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)

Nigeria Beats Kenya 3-2 to Claim Berth in Soccer’s World Cup (Bloomberg)

Kenya 2-3 Super Eagles soar into finals (ESPN

Nigeria qualifies for World Cup (AP via Yahoo! Sports)

2010: Nigeria qualify, Tunisia out (Independent Online)

Nigeria qualify for the World Cup (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation)

Nigeria qualify for the World Cup (BBC News)

Nigeria qualify for World Cup finals (BBC News)

Martins winner takes Nigeria to World Cup (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria qualify for 2010 World Cup finals (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Kenya 2 Nigeria 3 -World Cup qualifying result (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Nigeria edge Tunisia to World Cup place (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Friday, November 13, 2009

Nigeria’s Super Eagles Finally Arrive In Kenya - Report (

Nigeria-Switzerland showdown (The Star)

Nigeria/Kenya: 6,000 Supporters to Cheer Eagles in Nairobi (

Nigeria : How to Develop Niger-Delta Using Vision 20-2020 (

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-13 20:08 Nigeria hires advisers for troubled banks (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria complains about trade ties with S.Africa (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria’s Guaranty Trust Plans $1.3 Billion Bond Sale (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria pledges support for Pan-African Parliament (People's Daily)

Nigeria, EU advocate ambitious agreement on climate change (People's Daily)

Nigeria’s Guaranty Trust Plans $1.3 Billion Bond Sale (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria’s Guaranty Trust Plans $1.3 Billion Bond Sale Next Week (Bloomberg)

Nigeria : A Case for Customs Autonomy (

Nigeria : Andy Uba - the Answer Lies in the Law (

Nigeria : Making a Difference Through Music (

Nigeria : Aisuebeogun Encourages Foreign Investment in Local Airports (

Nigeria : First Lady Charges Journalists On Balanced Reporting (

Nigeria/Kenya : Outcome a Moment of Decision - Lulu (

Nigeria/Tunisia : Beat Kenya While We Beat Tunisia - Mozambique Coach (

Nigeria : Affcon Inaugurates Abuja Exco (

Nigeria : Girl-Child Education to Receive Boost as Tozali Pledges Support (

Nigeria : Issues at the 2009 Senate Retreat (

Nigeria : PDP, Opposition Parties Trade Words Over Calls for Violent Change (

Nigeria : Sanusi Seeks Alternative Resolution of Disputes (

Nigeria : 'EU Anti-Nigeria Industry Strategy Threatens Cocoa Processing' (

Nigeria : NBA National Officers' Face-Off Depeens (

Nigeria : FG - Oil Companies Must Build Refineries (

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Niger opposition delegation in Nigeria to meet ECOWAS mediator (People's Daily)

Former Nigeria player urges team to beat Spain in U-17 WC (People's Daily)

Construction in Nigeria ‘to become World’s Fastest Growing’ (This Day)

Gambia : Law Students Leave for Nigeria (

Nigeria, Switzerland to meet in Under-17 World Cup final (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Spain U-17 1-3 Nigeria U-17: Golden Eaglets Stay On Track For Fourth FIFA Under-17 World Cup Title (

Stylish Nigeria stroll past Spain (FIFA)

Nigeria into under-17 final (BBC News)

Ogun Plans Football Academy For Ijebu Ode (

Eaglets Set For Vengeance Seeking Spain (

BRIEF-Soccer-Shittu pulls out of Nigeria squad for qualifier (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Nigeria : Experience Nigeria Debuts (

Nigeria : Shell Reopens 115,000 BPD Oilfield in Bayelsa (

Nigeria : Labour's Terms for Deregulation - 'You Must Fix the Nation First' (

Nigeria : Tolaram Group, Makers of Indomie, Signs Pact With Kanu (

Nigeria : Missing Colombia Clash is Painful - Swiss Captain (

Nigeria/Kenya : Galadima Predicts Eagles Win in Nairobi (

Acision Bolsters MTN Nigeria's Messaging Business With Next-Generation Messaging Solution (redOrbit)

Etisalat Nigeria to Pursue Post-Paid Customers in 2nd, 3rd Year (Bloomberg)

South East Governors Raise Alarm (

Acision Bolsters MTN Nigeria's Messaging Business With Next-Generation Messaging Solution (ITNews)

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

‘Nigeria Has 80, 000 Qualified Lawyers’ (This Day)

US Museum Celebrates Nigeria’s Golden Jubilee (This Day)

Bakare Warns Leaders Against Nigeria’s Break-up (This Day)

Nigeria : 10 NBCC Member Firms at Lagos Trade Fair (

Nigeria : Delta NUJ Rejects Fresh Land Allocation (

Nigeria : Shareholders Laud SEC On Investors' Protection (

Nigeria : Federal Environment Ministry Partners ETB on Climate Change (

Nigeria to Halt Gas Flaring From End of This Year (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Gas flaring in Nigeria must stop by January: minister (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Russia, Nigeria develop business cooperation (Russian Information Agency Novosti)

Zain Nigeria Deploys Telenity (

Kenya turmoil ahead of Nigeria match (BBC News)

World Cup Qualifying Preview: Kenya - Nigeria ( via Yahoo! Sports)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-11 11:57 UPDATE 1-Nigeria's Dangote Sugar profit drops (Interactive Investor)

Nigeria Loses Yearly US$1 Billion USD To Malaria: Minister (Bernama)

Nigeria/Tunisia : Beat Kenya, We Will Beat Tunisia (

Nigeria : Group Urges Religious Leaders to Pray for National Peace, Unity (

Nigeria : Anambra - Taming Recalcitrant PDP Members (

Nigeria : Original Kidnappers of Nigeria (

Nigeria : Public Procurement Act and the Aba-Owerri Road Project (

Nigeria : Soludo's Candidature And Its Endless Controversy (

Nigeria : How Obasanjo Deceived Me, By Taylor (

Nigeria : Yobe Guber - Anxiety As Appeal Court Continues Al-Bishir's Case (

Nigeria : Representatives Probe LG Awards Scam (

Nigeria : 'Wapco Yet to Receive Gas From The Country' (

Nigeria : Shape That Image Through Art, Culture (

Nigeria : CSDP to Spend $380 Million on Community Projects (

Zain Nigeria Chooses Telenity's Mobile Collect Call Application (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

SA, Nigeria in visa row (News 24 South Africa)

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

‘WAPCo Yet to Receive Gas from Nigeria’ (This Day)

MDGs: ‘Nigeria, a Sleeping Giant’ (This Day)

‘Nigeria, Safe for Foreign Investors’ (This Day)

Nigeria : PTF, NFF Part Ways (

Country at 49 - Reflections of a 49-Yr Old Nigerian in the Diaspora (

Nigeria : N5.7 Billion Nass Bazaar (

Nigeria : Why German Embassy Partly Suspended Online Visa Appointment System (

'Scam comic' kidnapped in Nigeria (BBC News)

Research and Markets: Finishing Materials Market in Business Report 2009 (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-10 17:03 Nigeria's anti-graft police arrest bank employee (Interactive Investor)

Okocha Blasts - Leave Tunisia Alone! (

Nigeria Will Not Be Affected By Kenya's High Altitude - Victor Ikpeba (

Charles Taylor 'duped' by Nigeria (BBC News)

Nigeria : Court Says No Bail for Bode George, Others (

Nigeria : CBN Denies Crisis in Banking System (

Nigeria : M.A.N - 30 Companies Shut Over Gas Crisis (

Nigeria : Quarter-Finals Roundup (

Injury Rules Out Bolton Defender Danny Shittu From Nigeria World Cup Qualifier (

Nigeria : CBN Seeks N250 Billion Capital For Asset Management Firm (

Nigeria : FIFA U-17 World Cup - Eaglets in Semis, Beat Korea 3-1 (

Nigeria/Tunisia : Mozambique Will Stop Tunisia for Nation - Nooij (

Nigeria : Division in NBA Widens Over SAN Appointment Process (

Monday, November 09, 2009

Nigeria Enhances Surveillance To Check Swine Flu (INO News)

Nigeria mounts surveillance to check swine flu (INDOlink)

Nigeria Takes Step Towards Use of Nuclear Power (This Day)

Ajumogobia: Nigeria Considers Refining Crude in Senegal (This Day)

Toxic Rice Floods Nigeria, ERA Indicts U.S. (

Nigeria : PHCN Workers, Federal Govt on War Path (

Nigeria through to semi-finals (BBC News)

Nigeria mounts surveillance to check swine flu (Press Trust of India)

Korea U-17 1-3 Nigeria U-17: Eaglets Set Up Rematch Against Spain In World Cup Semis (

What are the problems actually facing the downstream sector of Nigeria oil industry at the moment? (

Nigeria Stocks: C&I, Intercontinental, Standard Alliance Move (Bloomberg)

Nigeria : Yobe - 20,000 AC And PDP Members Decamp to ANPP (

Nigeria : Oando Teams Up With Gazprom (

Nigeria : Mrs Ajumogobia Joins UACN Board (

Nigeria : Remain Focused - GLO Urges Eaglets (

Nigeria : CBN Disowns Nigerian Banks in Sierra Leone (

Aircom Transforms Zain Nigeria (

Kenyan duo to miss Nigeria clash (FIFA)

Nigeria : Resolving Niger's Political Quagmire (

Nigeria/Congo-Kinshasa : Heartland Go for the Kill Against Mazembe (

Nigeria : ' Nullification of Elections Unconstitutional' (

Nigeria : Crisis Looms as Gas Supply to Manufacturers is Halted (

Kenya stars to miss Nigeria showdown (BBC News)

Nigeria : Non-Performing Loans Were Stolen by Banks -Sanusi (

Nigeria : LG Chiefs Pay N88 Million For National Assembly Awards (

Nigeria : Court Dismisses Tobacco Firms' Applications (

Nigeria : As Committee Meets November 25 to Name New Awardees Controversy Trails SAN Selection Process (

Globalstar Opens New Gateway Expanding Coverage Into Oil Rich Nigeria And Western Africa (Logistics)

Nigeria : Adokiye - I Have Documentary Evidence (

Nigeria : Country Heads for Another Debt Trap, Fiscal Commission Warns (

Nigeria : Kim Carrying Korean Hopes (

Nigeria : Andy Uba - a Man and His Dare (

Fourth Nigeria Intel Solo-Duo Dance Festival adds color to Lagos (People's Daily)

Nigeria : NBA Insists SAN Must Be Abolished (

Nigeria : Libyan Returnees Seek Yar'Adua's Intervention (

Nigeria : PDP Condemns Call for Violent Change (

Sunday, November 08, 2009

Former Nigeria President to Lead ECOWAS Talks on Niger (Voice of America)

PDP Can’t Stop Corruption in Nigeria, Says Cleric (This Day)

Udenwa : Nigeria, Iran Trade Barrier'll Soon Be Broken (This Day)

Nigeria banks on River Niger to boost commerce, navigation (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Fulbright winner to go to Nigeria (The Morning Sun)

Saturday, November 07, 2009

Babalola: Nigeria Now Generates 5,000MW (This Day)

Comment: Nigeria Is Not Proud Of Africa's Second Best, Heartland FC (

Gov Elechi Moves to Take Over Nigercem From Eastern Bulkcem (

Eagles'll Need More Than Prayers to Win in Nairobi, Amuneke (

Friday, November 06, 2009

Nigeria to host All Africa Sports 2010 awards (

LiMN Achitects principal returns from volunteer design charette in Nigeria (The Somerset Reporter)

Nigeria : Anambra 2010 - Still More Questions Than Answers (

Nigeria : Samini, Faze, Basket Mouth Ignite NMVA '09 (

Fake Drugs - Nafdac Employs Hi-Tech for Spot Detection (

Nigeria : Fake Drugs - Nafdac Employs Hi-Tech for Spot Detection (

Liberia : Diplomat Presents Credence to Nigerian President - Ambassador Conteh Recounts Liberia, Nigeria Ties (

Niger-Nigeria 'blockade' mystery (BBC News)

Nigeria : Country Airspace Now Safer - Omotoba (

Nigeria : Swine Flu - Nema Mobilises Stakeholders (

Nigeria : A Reward For Caring For the Mentally Challenged (

Nigeria : ANPP's NWC Can't Dissolve Niger Executive - Garba (

Nigeria : Uproar in House of Representatives Over 'State of the Nation' Debate (

Nigeria : Insurance Firms Don't Need Stress Test - NIA (

Nigeria : TTSN 2009 - Pushing for Technology in Local Travel, Tourism Industry (

Nigeria : Tackling Climate Change (

Nigeria : Made in Nigeria Tiles Record Price Hike (

Nigeria : 'Banks Bounce Own Draft' (

Nigeria : Bode George - Crime And Banishment (

Nigeria : Bird Flu Not Over in Nigeria (

Nigeria records first case of A/H1N1 flu (People's Daily)

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Harambee Stars Coach Pressured To Call Oliech And Ochieng For Nigeria Clash (

Under 17s knocked out by Nigeria (NZCity)

Aviation Minister: Nigeria’s Airspace Now Safe (This Day)

Nigeria Romps to Victory in Youth World Cup; Burkina Faso Falls (Voice of America)

Nigeria Smash Five Past New Zealand To Qualify For Last Eight Of U-17 World Cup (

Football: Nigeria halt Kiwis' U17 World Cup dream 5-0 (TVNZ)

Soccer: Nigeria halts NZ's under 17 dream run (Otago Daily Times)

Nigeria's Golden Eaglets triumph (BBC News)

Nigeria U-17 Captain Fortune Chukwudi Is 25 - Former Nigeria International Adokiye Amiesimaka (

Nigeria Says It's Ready to Contain Swine Flu (Voice of America)

Starcomms of Nigeria Posts Wider Loss on Currency (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Anambra - The Country Won't Be Dragged Into Civil War, Says Mark (

CBN Raises Alarm On Rising Cases of Bank Fraud (

Nigeria’s Rivers State Governor Vows to Demolish Waterfront Homes (Voice of America)

Nigeria coach calls for fans' total support (People's Daily)

Nigeria : Lagos - Rip Currents, Breaking Waves Major Threats to Bar Beach (

Nigeria : Uba Petitions IG, Alleges Threat to Life (

Nigeria : Army Officer Sues Yar'Adua (

Nigeria : CBN Returns ETB to Mike Adenuga (

Nigeria : Andy Uba Case - San Warns Ojukwu Over Mutterances (

Nigeria : NDIC, CBN Promise Protection for Depositors (

Nigeria : Hajj - Two Pilgrims Die, 1 Injured (

Nigeria : Nation Would Be Worse Hit By Climate Change If- Minister (

Nigeria : Imperatives of the Abuja Carbon Credit Confab (

Nigeria : FG's Special Intervention Funds Set Higher Goals for Federal School of Surveying (

Nigeria records first swine flu case in US girl (AlertNet)

MTN Soccer Academy Ghana-Nigeria 2009: two evicted (

A decade of Sharia law in north Nigeria breeds frustration (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria Records First Case of Swine Flu (This Day)

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Ohakim: Media Should Set New Agenda for Nigeria (This Day)

CRWRC - Long-term presence in Nigeria makes success plain (Worldwide Faith News)

Soludo in the Lion's Den (

Nigeria : Banks Lift Infrastructure Through PPP (

FG - Current Fuel Scarcity Justifies Deregulation (

US girl becomes Nigeria's first swine flu case (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria act to boost crowds (BBC News)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-04 16:38 Nigeria's First Bank says eyes intl acquisition (Interactive Investor)

(AFX UK Focus) 2009-11-04 15:34 Nigeria's Starcomms says 9-mo profit quadruples (Interactive Investor)

Fifa Too Can Make a Goof? (

FOOTBALL: Cain demands focus as NZ eye Nigeria (TVNZ)

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

Nigeria : Embassy Wined And Dined The Country's Sex-Probe Bishop (

Nigeria : Rivers Guber - Omehia Tackles Amaechi in Court (

Nigeria : NBA Chieftain Okays Soludo's Nomination (

Nigeria : Rivers - Supreme Court Dismisses Omehia's Case (

Nigeria : 'I Was Poor, But Now a Millionaire' (

Nigeria : IGP, Save Commuters on Lagos-Benin Expressway (

Chinese ambassador: Nigeria's modern railway project significant to development (People's Daily)

Nigeria : Uduma, Ilukwe for Internet Governance Forum (

Nigeria : Governance - What's Corruption Got to Do With It (

Nigeria : In Search of Solution to The Country's Electoral Problem (

Nigeria : Nation's Sloppy Airlines (

Nigeria : Cross River -First Lady Empowers Female Farmers (

Nigeria : 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualifer - Harambee Stars Vow (

Nigeria : Private Universities - Challenges of Qualitative Eductaion (

Nigeria : Don Discover Structural Qualities of Bamboo (

Nigeria : Duty Collection - Customs Suspends First Bank (

Nigeria : Checking Building Collapse in The Country (

Nigeria : Cement Industry Faces Raw Material Shortage (

Nigeria : Beyond "Lagos Boy" George's Conviction (

Nigeria/Kenya: Obi Mikel Rules Himself Fit for Nairobi Match (

Nigeria : CBN Wants Banks to Report Politicians' Deals (

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Yar’Adua: Crisis in Niger Republic ‘ll Affect Nigeria (This Day)

Buhari Replies Presidency, Insists Nigeria is at Crossroads (This Day)

Nigeria : Oando Awards Feed for LPG Terminal Upgrade (

NIGERIA: Erosion a "state of emergency" (AlertNet)

Nigeria : President Yar'Adua Welcomes Proposed IDB Investor Conference (

Demolition set to leave hundreds homeless in Nigeria (Amnesty International)

Nigeria’s Reintegration Program for Former Militants to Start (Bloomberg)

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6% as Growth Accelerates (Update3) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6% as Growth Accelerates (Update2) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria to begin re-training ex-oil rebels (AFP via Yahoo! News)

FIFA VP expects Nigeria to reach semifinals in U-17 World Cup (People's Daily)

Nigeria : Table Tennis - Annual Yau Sule/Swan Tourney Tees-Off December (

Nigeria Keeps Key Rate at 6% on Credit Crunch, Growth (Update1) (Bloomberg)

Nigeria : Why Brazil Failed to Make Last 16 - FIFA (

Nigeria : Ndanusa Thanks Locals, Begs for More Support (

Nigeria : Dele Giwa And Other 'Forgotten Persons' (

Nigeria : How Amokachi's Tips Helped UAE Qualify For Round of 16 (

Nigeria : Appeal Court in the Eye of the Storm (

First Bank of Nigeria First-Half Net Profit Plunges on Provision (Bloomberg)

Ex-Barcelona Winger Emmanuel Amuneke To Coach Nigeria's Ocean Boys (

Nigeria : Pa Soludo's Kidnap - It's Ridiculous to Negotiate With Kidnappers - Family (

Nigeria : Fighting the Cancer Scourge in The Country (

Mikel named in Nigeria squad (BBC News)

Nigeria : EFCC Recovers N171 Billion From Bank Debtors (

Nigeria : Mega Party Holds Zonal Consultations (

Nigeria : Greenhouse Gas Reduction A Must in Oil Industry (

Nigeria 2009: The groups in photos (FIFA)

Nigeria : Apcon Generates N60 Billion, Celebrates Anniversary (

At least 50 killed in Nigeria-Benin border boats mishap (People's Daily)

Monday, November 02, 2009

Nigeria call up injured Mikel Obi for crucial qualifier (Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news)

Football: NZ U-17's earn Nigeria's respect ahead of crucial clash (TVNZ)

NZ faces Nigeria in second round of WC (Fijilive)

Nigeria : Nigerians Should No Longer Pay Electricity Bills - Dawodu (

Nigeria : Petroleum Industry Bill and Investment Prospect in the Oil and Gas Industry (1) (

Nigeria : Acergy Aces Subsea Gig for Chevron Off Country (

Shell helps retrain former oil militants in Nigeria (AlertNet)

Over 1 bln dlrs recovered from Nigeria bad bank debtors: police (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Injured midfielder Obi Mikel in Nigeria squad (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Nigeria call up injured Mikel Obi for crucial qualifier (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Nigeria : FMBN Retools, Wants Home for Every Nigerian (

Nigeria : Ribadu Lodged U.S.$15 Million Ibori's Bribe With CBN - Waziri (

Nigeria : Judiciary Workers Commence Strike Today (

Nigeria : Ebosie Urges Nationals to Over Come Flying Phobia (

Nigeria : Power Generation - Rivers to Hit 355 Mega Watts By End 2010 (

US High Court Asks Administration To Comment On Nigeria Drug Trial Case (Nasdaq)

Nigeria : Eaglets Under Pressure - Ogbeide (

Nigeria : Stop Running The Country Down --Ohakim (

Nigeria : Etisalat Delves Into Blackberry Service for Subscribers (

Nigeria : Fraud Over Statement of Accounts, Lawlessness Mar Insurance Practice (

Nigeria : Why I'm Against Soludo, By Chris Uba (

Nigeria : NUJ Annuls State Council Election (

NZ to face Nigeria at U-17 World Cup (Stuff)

Nigeria : Banks to Report Abnormal Transactions By Governors, Others to EFCC (

Nigeria : Deregulation - Scarcity Looms As Marketers Suspend Importation (

Nigeria - an illiterate country? (

Nigeria : NJC Queries Bauchi C J Over Botched Bye-Election (

Nigeria : The Anatomy of Corruption (

Nigeria : George, Matters Arising (

Nigeria : At ICSAN Conference, Belgore, Others Declare - Accountants Have Disappointed Nation (

Nigeria : Stakeholders Seek Funding Alternatives to Mortgage (

Nigeria : 2011 Elections - Buhari, Nnamani Point Way Forward (

Nigeria : The Dilemma of a Coin (

Nigeria : Nation - U.S. Ties - Matters Arising (

Nigeria : Deregulation Face-Off - National Assembly Intervenes (

U.S. beats UAE 1-0, advances at U-17 World Cup (Sports Illustrated)

Sunday, November 01, 2009

Soccer: NZ under 17 to play Nigeria (Otago Daily Times)

Lasting peace in hopes and fears (AFP via Yahoo! News)

FIFA Under-17 World Cup Round Of 16 Pairings: Hosts Nigeria Battle New Zealand (

Heartland win first leg of African Champions League final (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

African Champions League final first leg result (Reuters via Yahoo! Sports)

Gas flaring in Nigeria (Financial Times)

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Nigeria, S’Africa to Sign Pact on Visa Exemption (This Day)

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