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MTG Launches 4 Pay-TV Channels in AfricaBusiness Wire (press release)Viasat History, Viasat Nature, Viasat Explorer and Viasat Crime will initially be made available to satellite pay-TV subscribers in Nigeria and cable pay-TV subscribers in Kenya. The channels are localised versions of Viasat Broadcasting's existing ...and more »
Nigeria: Kaduna State - 11 Years After the Shariah CrisesAllAfrica.comKaduna is, indeed, a melting pot of Nigerian politics and a mini Nigeria, because people of different kind, religion and ethnic groups dwell here. As a growing kid in the town, I remember this aphorism that "When Kaduna catches cold, the nation freezes ...
Fed Govt to enlist female combatant soldiersThe Nation Newspaper"With this directive, history is being made as it has never happened before in the annals of Nigerian military. Though we have women technicians, medics, Para-troupers, tank drivers and commissioned women in various services, the armed forces have ...
DefenceWeb (press release)April poll: Waiting for the oppositionNigeria Daily IndependentBut Buhari, a military tactician seemed to have become wary of history in appending his signature to such an arrangement, given to his own experience in the All Nigerian Peoples Party (ANPP), the platform on which he contested the 2007 presidential ...Northwest tops voters register listNEXTACN warns PDP against violent carnival in LagosThe Nation NewspaperRACE TO ALAUSA: It's a two-horse raceDaily SunInformation Nigeria -Osun Defender -WorldStageall 45 news articles »
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My Trip to LagosHuffington Post (blog)After lunch at a Kentucky Fried Chicken I was swept up to see a graduation recital by a talented 20-year-old tenor dressed in tails at a local music school singing Pergolesi, Mozart and Bach and then on to a museum of Nigerian history. ...
...attended the event. Mr Woolnough emphasised the factorys effect on the region and added: Today is a major milestone in the history of Nestlé in Nigeria and we are proud to see that our operations in Nigeria are not only measurable in length of time, but more...
Speaker: Babatunde Fashola This event was recorded on 19 November 2010 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House Lagos is one the fastest growing cities in Africa, and the seventh fastest growing city in the world. Governor Babatunde Fashola discusses how his administration is managing rapid urbanization and growth of this 17.5 million city, the engine of Nigeria's economy. Central to his strategy is the view that cities must pursue a bottom-up approach to solve the environmental and social challenges of the contemporary city. Babatunde Fashola is the youngest Governor of Lagos State in the History of Nigeria and a lawyer by profession.
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mansoorah.net Jama'atu Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda'Awati Wal Jihad nigeria news commentary Yakubu Gowon Genocide Ojukwu history educational Northern Nigeria turning to Afghanistan Somalia Pakistan Islamification of Nigeria حسبة hisba, ḥisba aqeedah Rijaal al-hisbah Radical Islam Nigeria Islamo-fascist terrorists Ummah of Islam jos nigeria christmas eve bomb blast al Shabaab Hizbul Islam al quaeda Northern Nigeria turning into Afghanistan Jos bomb blasts Jihad جهاد ǧihād mujahid mujahideen Nigeria Iran Afghanistan Pakistan Somalia terorists jhihadists islamic fundamentalists Nigeria Iran Hizbollah ḥizbu-illāh Nigeria Afghanistan Pakistan sunni Nigeria شريعة Šarīʿa sharia islamist islamization Nigeria muslims al-jihad fi sabil Allah Nigeria ḥizbu-illāh Nigeria Hamas حماس Ḥamās Ḥarakat al-Muqāwamat al-Islāmiyyah Nigeria aqeedah Nigeria: Christmas Eve Bomb Blasts in Jos Bombings Christmas Eve bomb explosions and attacks on churches church northernNigeria Jihad in Nigeria: JAMA'ATU AHLUS-SUNNAH LIDDA'AWATI WAL JIHAD Claims Responsibility for the Xmas Eve Bombings Nigeria Jos Christmas Eve bomb blasts Nigeria Jos radical islam Nigeria central Nigeria Christmas Eve attacks Terrorist attacks Nigeria Jos bomb blasts Nigeria Hizb-e-Islamia ismael irak islamiya al islamia somalie soudan sudan afrique Africa algeria algeria palestine Afghan jihad rasheed egypte egypt irak iraq somal chechen massoud magrib inshallah nasheed Christmas Eve bombings Nigeria Christians and Muslims clash ...
WikiLeaks cables: Shell's grip on Nigerian state revealed US embassy cables reveal top executive's claims that company 'knows everything' about key decisions in government ministries * David Smith in Lagos * guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 8 December 2010 21.34 GMT * Article history Nigerian oil, Shell Despite billions of dollars in oil revenue, 70% of people in Nigeria live below the poverty line. Photograph: George Osodi/AP The oil giant Shell claimed it had inserted staff into all the main ministries of the Nigerian government, giving it access to politicians' every move in the oil-rich Niger Delta, according to a leaked US diplomatic cable. The company's top executive in Nigeria told US diplomats that Shell had seconded employees to every relevant department and so knew "everything that was being done in those ministries". She boasted that the Nigerian government had "forgotten" about the extent of Shell's infiltration and was unaware of how much the company knew about its deliberations. The cache of secret dispatches from Washington's embassies in Africa also revealed that the Anglo-Dutch oil firm swapped intelligence with the US, in one case providing US diplomats with the names of Nigerian politicians it suspected of supporting militant activity, and requesting information from the US on whether the militants had acquired anti-aircraft missiles. Other cables released tonight reveal: • US diplomats' fear that Kenya could erupt in violence worse than that experienced after ...
Reno Omokri interviews Professor Ade Adefuye, the Nigerian ambassador to the US and one of the foremost professors of history from Nigeria on the history behind the name Nigeria as opposed to the term 'Naija' which is gaining ground amongst Nigerian youths.
The Odd Fellows, also known as The Three Link Fraternity, is one of the oldest and largest non-political and non-sectarian fraternal and service-oriented organization in the world. It was established because the world was very different back then. The things we take for granted now were almost non-existent like healthcare, orphanages, educational systems, care for the elderly and for the impoverished. Even though we have come a long way now, more needs to be done to see that everyone everywhere is treated with care, kindness, and dignity. Working together to achieve these goals and help our fellow men creates a bond that cannot be described. A brotherhood and sisterhood of benevolence that can only be felt as an active participant. Working together, we really can make a difference! There are many theories about how it first started and got its name but the generally accepted belief is that it emerged in England when a group of working class men who fell outside the established system of trade guilds banded together to form their own labor association. At the time of industrialization in England, 'Fellows' from various 'Odd' trades gathered together and formed a fraternity to protect and care for their members and communities at a time when there was no welfare state, trade unions and National Health Insurance. They would work together to help each other and the unfortunate families back on their feet, whether it was rebuilding a barn that had burned, or putting in a new ...
Not all blacks are hebrews, only bantus. There are 5 races in Africa, you have , nomadic desert Bedouins (arabs), berberes (bar abbas, Moabites : sons of fathers) , cushites( afar, bushmen, pygmies) , nilotics (Canaanites, luo (obama'dad), massai, Tutsis, Ethiopians, somaliens, tall with European hairs and nose)obama is an hamite. Then u have bayithu, or bantus( lemba, hutus, bacongo, yoruba, igbo, makua, bassa...), only Bantus suffered slavery, the word Bantus derives from Hebrew word bayithu-ELAH (usually bayit בַּיִת : house of God Genesis 29:16-19 ). When Bantus came to Africa, they controlled west and east south Africa,they took the forest to pygmies, to avoid the spreadin'ISLAM those from west, joined Bantus GALA, in the forest, (a shield against Muslims horses) they called themselves bar kongo, or bakongo, derives from " kongolo" is a town in Tanganyika Province in RDC. U can google it. So Bantus had KONGOLO in Mali, Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Luanda :The word "kongolo" anciently "koungelo" derives from 2 hebrew words, you have "kun" meaning כּוּן establish and "giloh" גִּלֹה ( gelo, golo) means Exile, so the word KONGOLO, or KOUNGELO means set up in Exile, today became CONGO All slaves were Bayithu or bantus, they came from (Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo and Angola): 39.4%,Southeastern Africa (Mozambique and Madagascar): 4.7%,Bight of Biafra (Nigeria east of the Niger Delta, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea and Gabon): Bantus slaves came from ...
Part 3 of 3 www.youtube.com This is a repost: neteraset9 wrote on March 18, 2010 as follows: Gus Casely-Hayford explores the story of 16th-century bronzes from the kingdom of Benin.
This is a repost: neteraset9 wrote on March 18, 2010 as follows: Gus Casely-Hayford explores the story of 16th-century bronzes from the kingdom of Benin.
www.NaijasMostIncredible.com This video features Abubakar Tafawa Balewa. Does he make the cut as one of the 50 Greatest Nigerians of All Time? Visit www.NaijasMostIncredible.com to get access to the rest of the video series!
2006: A BRIEF PICTORIAL DOCUMENTARY ON THE HISTORY OF NIGERIA. PRODUCED BY NIGERIAN STUDENTS IN TANGAZA COLLEGE, NAIROBI, KENYA.
www.NaijasMostIncredible.com This video features PAT UTOMI. Does he make the cut as one of the 50 Greatest Nigerians of All Time? Visit www.NaijasMostIncredible.com to get access to the rest of the video series!
www.NaijasMostIncredible.com This video features: MALLAM NUHU RIBADU. 2011 Candidate for President of Nigeria. Does he make the cut as one of the 50 Greatest Nigerians of All Time?
www.NaijasMostIncredible.com For More Videos, and Discussion, Visit http Pat Utomi is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants of Nigeria, and a Senior Faculty of the Lagos Business School - Pan African University. Mr Utomi is Director of The Centre For Applied Economics at the Lagos Business School. Patrick Utomi is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants of Nigeria and a Senior Faculty of the Lagos Business School -Pan African University. Mr Utomi is Director of The Centre For Applied Economics at the Lagos Business School. He has served in Senior positions in government, as an Adviser to the President of Nigeria; the Private Sector, as Chief Operating Officer for Volkswagen of Nigeria, and in academia. Patrick Utomi ran for the Presidency of Nigerian in 2007. Pat is the author of several Management and Public Policy books including the Award-Winning "Managing Uncertainty: Competition and Strategy in Emerging Economies." His academic background covers a range from Policy Economics, Business Administration, and Political Science to Mass Communication. As an entrepreneur he has founded or co-founded companies that are active in fields including financial services, ICT, and media.
1st October Nigeria@50 Compendium. The official 50th anniversary publication of Nigeria detailing the history of our young and promising Nation. For participation enquiries, please call 08084206144 or visit www.1stoctober.com
Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes human rights lawyer Oronto Douglas, advisor to the President of Nigeria, for a discussion of the impact of the major oil companies on the ecology and politics of Nigeria. Drawing on his experience as a native of the Niger Delta and a leader of the environmental movement there, Oronto Douglas traces the struggle for environmental justice in his homeland. He analyzes the problems facing the new President of Nigeria and discusses his own role in the new administration. Oronto Douglas then analyzes the BP disaster in the American Gulf Coast and compares that tragedy to the experience of the Niger Delta. He discusses the impact of the BP spill on global consciousness and identifies the conditions necessary for a global response to the devastation of the environment resulting from the voracious global appetite for oil. globetrotter.berkeley.edu globetrotter.berkeley.edu conversationswithhistory.typepad.com www.thenewpress.com
After so many governments, the legislative arm of Nigeria gives the country a new amended constitution; Chief Justice of Nigeria declares the Nation corrupt; The Nation's economic supermarket, dead.
Cristiano Ronaldo got a ok year. I want to celebrate that with my best video ever ;) Thank to : Ledlem 2, Memeth, Alarazboy, Dimitrio17 and 10FabRonaldo7 :) Music: Brand X Music - Spawn. Ignore tags: "Gabriel Heinze hit the camera" " Gabriel Heinze Slaps the cameraman " Argentina vs Mexico 3:1 Germany vs England 4:1 USA vs Ghana 1:2 Uruguay vs South Korea 2:1 Switzerland vs Honduras 0:0 Chile vs Spain 1:2 Portugal vs Brazil 0:0 North Korea vs Cote D'Ivoire 0:3 Danmark vs Japan 1:3 Cameroon vs Netherlands 1:2 Slovakia vs Italy 3:2 Paraguay vs New Zealand 0:0 Ghana vs Germany 0:1 Australia vs Serbia 2:1 Slovenia vs England 0:1 USA vs Algeria 1:0 Greece vs Argentina 0:2 Nigeria vs South Korea 2:2 France vs South Africa 1:2 Mexico vs Uruguay 0:1 Spain vs Honduras 2:0 Chile vs Switzerland 1:0 Portugal vs North Korea 7:0 Brazil vs Cote D'Ivoire 3:1 Italy vs New Zealand 1:1 Slovakia vs Paraguay 0:2 Cameroon vs Danmark 1:2 Ghana vs Australia 1:1 Netherlands vs Japan 1:0 England vs Algeria 0:0 Slovenia vs USA 2:2 Germany vs Serbia 0:1 France vs Mexico 0:2 Greece vs Nigeria 2:1 Argentina vs South Korea 4:1 South Africa vs Uruguay 0:3 Spain vs Switzerland 0:1 Honduras vs Chile 0:1 Brazil vs North Korea 2:1 Portugal vs Cote D'Ivoire 0:0 New Zealand vs Slovakia 1:1 Italy vs Paraguay 1:1 Japan vs Cameroon 1:0 Netherlands vs Danmark 2:0 Germany vs Australia 4:0 Serbia vs Ghana 0:1 Algeria vs Slovenia 0:1 England vs USA 1:1 Argentina vs Nigeria 1:0 South Korea vs Greece 2:0 Uruguay vs ...
March 1, 1993 www.amazon.com Watch the full program: thefilmarchived.blogspot.com On April 13, 1964, Malcolm X departed JFK Airport in New York for Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. His status as an authentic Muslim was questioned by Saudi authorities because of his United States passport and his inability to speak Arabic. Since only confessing Muslims are allowed into Mecca, he was separated from his group for about 20 hours. According to his autobiography, Malcolm X saw a telephone and remembered the book The Eternal Message of Muhammad by Abdul Rahman Hassan Azzam, which had been presented to him with his visa approval. He called Azzam's son, who arranged for his release. At the younger Azzam's home, he met Azzam Pasha, who gave Malcolm his suite at the Jeddah Palace Hotel. The next morning, Muhammad Faisal, the son of Prince Faisal, visited and informed Malcolm X that he was to be a state guest. The deputy chief of protocol accompanied Malcolm X to the Hajj Court, where he was allowed to make his pilgrimage. On April 19, Malcolm X completed the Hajj, making the seven circuits around the Kaaba, drinking from the Zamzam Well and running between the hills of Safah and Marwah seven times. Malcolm X said the trip allowed him to see Muslims of different races interacting as equals. He came to believe that Islam could be the means by which racial problems could be overcome. Malcolm X visited Africa on three separate occasions, once in 1959 and twice in 1964. During his visits, he met ...
Because Of Recent Global Events. Colleges Are Making Last Ditch Efforts For Enrollment. Free Info And Scholorships Here tinyurl.com Enjoy Nigeria V South Korea World Cup 2010. Yakubu from Nigeria misses world's easiest shot! Most Embarrassing Moment in WC History!
WORLD CUP 2010: YAKUBU HOWLER SINKS NIGERIADaily StarYAKUBU will have to live with one of the worst misses in World Cup history after Nigeria went out of the tournament. The Everton striker faced ...and more »
The HinduWorld Cup 2010 Comment: South Korea deserved to make history against NigeriaGoal.com... of Argentina and a 2-2 draw with Nigeria may not be perfect but for a team ranked 47 in the world by FIFA, a place in the history books is assured. ...World Cup final: Argentina 2, Greece 0The Star-Ledger - NJ.comSouth Korea/Nigeria - South Korea sneak through as Nigeria blow chanceeuronewsS. Korea writes new World Cup history by reaching round of 16Yonhap NewsSI.com -Korea Times -Bloombergall 3,944 news articles »
Goal.comWorld Cup 2010: South Korea Midfielders Ji-Sung Park & Seung-Yung Ki Happy ...Goal.com"It's a real surprise for South Korea to qualify for the next round by beating a team like Nigeria, who are a very nice team. All the players, all over the ...Park out to recreate historyCBSSports.comall 52 news articles »
Washington PostDuring World Cup, Africa is a continent unitedGreenwich TimeNigeria is big nation in numbers and its youth teams have done well in international competition, but this year's World Cup edition scored only once in its ...World Cup victory for Africa a mere dreamMmegi OnlineAfricans fail to shine at continent's first WCupThe Associated PressNigeria: Call Me Koffi for NowAllAfrica.comSkySports -THISDAY -Peace FM Onlineall 191 news articles »
South And North Korea Both Made History This World CupNPR (blog)Kim Jung-woo celebrates at the end of South Korea's match against Nigeria. The match ended in a draw, but South Korea will move on to the ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukGroup A: Mexico vs. UruguayESPNThe Greeks' World Cup campaign was disappointing for almost the first game and a half, until opponent Sani Kaita's foolish actions left Nigeria with 10 men ...WORLD CUP ROUNDUP S. Korea advances, Hosts complete French meltdownBig Apple SoccerWorld Cup Day 12: As It HappenedRTE.ieSouth African tears, Latin cheersFifa.comSPORT24 -Wall Street Journal -Xinhuaall 5,131 news articles »
UPI NewsTrack TopNewsUPI.com"The government of Nigeria has a zero tolerance for terrorism and the government is committed to all the United Nations resolutions in the fight against ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukTop two teams qualify for the Second RoundESPNAs the half-time whistle approached in Greece's match against Nigeria, Otto Rehhagel's side were staring a group stage exit in the face. ...Eagles rally round to Kaita's defenceNEXTNigeria Takes Kaita's Death Threats SeriouslyTHISDAYWorld Cup: Nigerian player receives death threatsLos Angeles Times (blog)Pretoria News (subscription)all 336 news articles »
The 61-year-old led Sweden for over a decade - part of the time as co-manager with Tommy Soderberg - and took the side to the knockout rounds at Korea/Japan 2002 as well as Germany 2006. His teams also qualified for three consecutive European Championships.• Nigeria's 3-0 waltz over Bulgaria in their USA 94 debut match was more remarkable given that the Europeans went on to beat Greece, Argentina, Mexico and Germany in the tournament.• Since Clemens Westerhof built the 1994 side and left the Super Eagles, the team has been coached by such well-known European journeymen as Jo Bonfrere, Philippe Troussier, Bora Milutinovic and Berti Vogts.• Nigeria have a rich history at other worldwide tournaments, having won the 1985, 1993 and 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup as well as the 1996 Olympic Football Tournament. What they said:"We know that we will have a tough job at the World Cup. We are up against some tough teams like Argentina, with top players like [Lionel] Messi. It's important for us to prove that we can play our own game against the best," Nigeria forward Chinedu Obasi.
The Federal Palace Hotel & Casino in Nigeria holds a lot of history. Nigeria's Independence Declaration was signed in 1960 in a boardroom at the hotel.
From the 12th to the 15th centuries, Ife was a powerful, wealthy and cosmopolitan city-state in West Africa, in what is now Nigeria. The people of Ife developed a distinctive style of sculpture, which is on display in London to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nigerian independence. Selah Hennessy reports on the art of this historical city-state.
Igbo marginalisation can break up Nigeria Uwechue, Vanguard Nov 14 2009 www.vanguardngr.com ................................. A commentary - Nigerian history Nigeria Leaders 1986 coup President of Nigeria Nigerian Elections Nigerian census Igbo leaders Nigeria Biafra Niger delta Igbo Nnamdi Azikiwe Ojukwu Ohanaeze Ndigbo Ralph Uwechue Gowon Ojukwu Obafemi Awolowo Oduduwa Enahoro Nigerian leaders Nnamdi Azikiwe Tafawa Balewa Sultan of Sokoto caliphate Ahmedu Bello Hausa Fulani Yoruba A documentary on Nigeria
1994 Nigeria should have beaten the 10 men of Italy. Baggio found a way to equalise and then win the game. It could have been different. Who knows what that 94 Nigeria team could have achieved if they had got passed Italy? Brazil the eventual winners were not exactly, vintage.
Excerpt from History of Football- The Beautiful Game section on Football Culture featuring Nigeria. Discussing Football in Nigeria 1994 & 1998 discussed. Kanu interviewed
Excerpt from History of Football- The Beautiful Game section on Football Culture featuring Nigeria. Discussing Football in Nigeria 1994 & 1998 discussed. Kanu interviewed
New Stray From The Path Song, "Nigeria" From the album "Make Your Own History" Released October 26, 2009 on Sumerian Records www.amazon.com
Indie TV Sitcom. Shot entirely in Miami. Original Story by Executive Producer Leom Kolmnela, Written By Elyse Wanshel and Carlos Rodriguez, Casting by Lori Wynman, Musical Score by Chris Lehmann, Production Design By Thuraya Katab, Key Costumer, Hair and Make - Up By Emilio Uribe, Produced by Leyla Sfeir, Directed by Miguel Angel Velez, Director of Photography Claudio Chea, Created By Leom Kolmnela. Show Synopsis While Seinfeld was a show about nothing, The President Child is a show about everything that can happen to a modern family during this unique period in American history. From gay rights issues, to Nigerian prince scams and the repercussions of plastic surgery, this sarcastic sitcom throws its quirky cast of characters into extreme yet freshly relatable situations not yet seen in any other show airing today. Using Miami an anomaly of a city that represents a shift in American culture as its backdrop, The President Child focuses on The Gillis family. It is headed by Robert, a recently laid-off investment banker and Jules, a beautiful, divorced, freelance party planner, and former rock groupie whose seedy past constantly leaks out during casual conversation. Jules, who fiercely attempts to protect the details of her wilder years, is the mother of two teenagers who are only a few months apart in age. Both teens have two different fathers that are musicians in famous bands whose identities are kept secret. JJ (short for Janis Joplin), the younger teenager, is a ditzy ...
National Carrier #1. A sense of history
Nigeria's history may be repeating itself, says Soyinka, with corrupt politicians attempting to subvert the constitution. Wole Soyinka relates his experiences living through Nigeria's tumultuous political history. This Carnegie Council event took place on April 17, 2006. For complete video, audio, and transcript, go to: www.cceia.org
Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Democracy in Nigeria, West Africa. with Dr. LMadu, President of PanAfrica and Editor of the Pan African Journal, who talks about the recent history of Nigeria, where this West African nation is heading and what must be done by friends of the country to help sustain democracy, Part 4
Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Democracy in Nigeria, West Africa. with Dr. LMadu, President of PanAfrica and Editor of the Pan African Journal, who talks about the recent history of Nigeria, where this West African nation is heading and what must be done by friends of the country to help sustain democracy, Part 3
Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Democracy in Nigeria, West Africa. with Dr. LMadu, President of PanAfrica and Editor of the Pan African Journal, who talks about the recent history of Nigeria, where this West African nation is heading and what must be done by friends of the country to help sustain democracy, Part 2