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Tukur’s son and two others seek courts permission for London trip

 

Written by News Team
Thursday, 23 August 2012 12:54

Tukur’s son and two others seek courts permission for London trip

THREE oil executives facing trial in Lagos for their role in the recent fuel subsidy scam have filed injunctions asking for their international passports to be returned to them so they can fly to London for pressing business matters.

   

International delegates set for inaugural Business & Investment Summit

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 27 July 2012 09:47

International delegates set for inaugural Business & Investment Summit

The eagerly-awaited Business & Investment Summit that seeks to showcase the best of Nigeria's investment opportunities across various industries is set to kick off on Monday at London's Dorchester Hotel, and will be hosted by Nigerian President Good Luck Jonathan.

   

Literary stars take over the reins at Nigeria House

 

Written by News Team
Thursday, 26 July 2012 09:22

Literary stars take over the reins at Nigeria House

Nigeria House will turn its focus to the county's writing talent from tonight as it launches a showcase of Nigerian literature featuring book readings by high profile authors, in addition to panel discussions and book displays.

   

Dana plane lost use of both engines before crash, report says

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 13 July 2012 09:55

Dana plane lost use of both engines before crash, report says

Dual engine failure caused the crash of the ill-fated Dana Air plane that came down in Lagos on June 3, killing all 153 passengers and six crew members on board – as well as others on the ground – a preliminary investigation into the incident has found.

   

Fuel truck explosion in Niger Delta kills at least 95 and injures 50

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 13 July 2012 09:28

Fuel truck explosion in Niger Delta kills at least 95 and injures 50

A truck carrying fuel in Nigeria's oil-rich delta region veered off-road into a ditch last night (Thursday) before catching fire and exploding, killing at least 95 people and injuring 50.

   

Muslim-Christian delegation fears 'broader sectarian conflict' in northern Nigeria

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 13 July 2012 08:39

Muslim-Christian delegation fears 'broader sectarian conflict' in northern Nigeria

An international Muslim-Christian delegation fears that violent attacks by Islamist sect Boko Haram could trigger a broader sectarian conflict in Nigeria if not addressed correctly.

   

Nigeria's space programme provides economic rewards

 

Written by News Team
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 12:32

Nigeria's space programme provides economic rewards

Nigeria's space programme – one of Africa's most advanced – has the potential to bring in an estimated $10m (£6.5m) to the country's economy through TV and broadcasting initiatives, according to the Federal Government.

   

CAN echoes calls for Sovereign National Congerence after weekend violence leaves more than 100 dead

 

Written by News Team
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 11:47

CAN echoes calls for Sovereign National Congerence after weekend violence leaves more than 100 dead

The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has renewed calls for a Sovereign National Conference to decide whether the country can remain as one, following continued violence between both Christians and Muslims in the northern states.

   

US pledges anti-terror support to Nigeria

 

Written by News Team
Friday, 06 July 2012 10:22

US pledges anti-terror support to Nigeria

The United States Federal Government has promised to work closely with Nigerian security agencies to combat the threat of terrorism in the country and warned against the use of military force in the north of the country, where violent attacks have mostly been concentrated.

   

Foreign Policy magazine publishes 2012 Failed States Index

 

Written by News Team
Tuesday, 03 July 2012 10:25

Foreign Policy magazine publishes 2012 Failed States Index

The eighth annual Failed States Index, which ranks the instability risks of several world nations, was published on Monday by Foreign Policy magazine.

   

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