Nigeria: American Missionary Is Freed

An American missionary who was kidnapped in central Nigeria in February was released on Friday, according to a statement from her church, the Free Methodist Church.

Nigeria: Blasts Kill at Least 35 People

Bombings in the north-central city of Jos and the northeastern town of Biu on Thursday left at least 35 people dead, officials said.

American Is Kidnapped in Nigeria

A ransom has been demanded, according to officials, who said the kidnapping was probably not the work of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram.

The Karma of Boko Haram

Southern Nigerians think northerners brought the carnage upon themselves.

Soldiers will Remain on the Streets – FG; As Criticisms Grow

Soldiers will Remain on the Streets – FG; As Criticisms Grow

The Federal Government declared, yesterday, that it was not in any way prepared to withdraw soldiers who have been deployed to patrol the streets of Lagos and some other cities across the country until there was total peace in such areas. This came as Lagos lawmakers have joined others in condemning government’s action and called for the withdrawal of the soldiers.
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Mixed Reactions Trail Fuel Price Reduction … As Nigeria Loses N794bn to Fuel Subsidy Strike

Mixed Reactions Trail Fuel Price Reduction … As Nigeria Loses N794bn to Fuel Subsidy Strike

Mixed reactions yesterday trailed President Goodluck Jonathan’s reduction of fuel price to N97 per litre after seven days of protests against government’s January 1 removal of fuel subsidy that took fuel price to between N138 to N250 across the country
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11 Nigerian Banks Make Top 50 African Banks

11 Nigerian Banks Make Top 50 African Banks

Eleven Nigeria banks have been ranked among the top 50 banks in the continent, according to The Banker magazine.
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Occupy Nigeria: What The ‘Amebos’ Are Saying

Occupy Nigeria: What The ‘Amebos’ Are Saying

In today’s Nigeria, everyone is an amebo on the issue of fuel subsidy. From the Presidency and his “cabal” to the common man on the street and the #Occupy Nigeria protesters, enough of tattling, rattling, gossiping and parroting. It’s time for action!
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