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Thierry Henry to miss Nigeria vs France friendly

Bacerlona’s star, Thierry Henry will not be in the line up for the French National team that faces Nigeria’s Super Eagles in an International friendly this week. The Barcelona forward almost ...

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Nigeria’s naira now about N160 to Dollar in Black Market

The naira, according to agency reports, traded at N160 to the dollar yesterday, compared with about N182 on May 22, when the CBN ban was lifted. A foreign currency dealer ...

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Climatic change causes ocean surge in Lagos

Global warning began taking its toll in Lagos, as the atlantic ocean populallry known as the Lagos Bar Beach yesterday, over flown its shoreline flooding almost the entire stretch of ...

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Nigerian Governor faces N100m money laundering charge

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC),  has instituted a fresh suit against former Adamawa State Governor, Boni Haruna,  over alleged money laundering involving another N100million.

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Gas un availability hinders plans to generate 6000mv of electricity

Nigeria will meet its target if generating 6,000 megawatts of electricity by December 2009 if Gas is available to fire the turbines, Thisday newspapers reports

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Nigeria News: 2009 Budget still realistic, says National Assembly

House of Representatives has said contrary  to the impression created by the Presidency, emerging information indicates that the country’s earnings since the beginning of the fiscal year were already in excess ...

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2010 World cup qualifier: Tunisia is ready for Super Eagles, says Team captain

TUNISIAN National football team Captain Radhi Jaidi, told an Arab website that he was looking forward to a thrilling 2010n World cup qualifier game against Nigeria on June 20, adding ...

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Nigeria News: Lagos state government shuts down African’s shrine

The Lagos State Government, Nigeria has shut down the new Africa Shrine, managed by Femi Kuti, son of the later Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti A letter from Lagos authorities dated Monday, ...

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Shell’s trial over Ken Saro Wiwa’s death delayed

The much publicised  trial of Royal Dutch Shell over alleged involvement in the executions of Nigeria’s civil rights activist Ken Saro Wiwa and 10 other in Nigeria in 1995 has ...

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Nigerian militants plan to acquire military jets

Niger Delta militants may have been shopping for more sophisticated military hardware, including armoured cars and jets, before the Joint Task Force (JTF) began the ongoing operation in Gbaramatu Kingdom ...

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