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The Real Diagnosis of Nigerias Mystery Disease: the Modern World - Daily Beast
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Daily BeastThe Real Diagnosis of Nigerias Mystery Disease: the Modern WorldDaily BeastWhether it's illness, poison or divine retribution, whatever killed those 23 people has recent roots. A mysterious and highly fatal disease was described in Nigeria two weeks ago. The first wave of reports suggested major trouble: 24 cases, 18 of whom ...
 
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Nigeria owes Jonathan huge debt –Anyaoku - Daily Sun
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Daily SunNigeria owes Jonathan huge debt –AnyaokuDaily SunThe Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) on International Relations, chaired by Chief Emeka Anyaoku, has said the country owes President Goodluck Jonathan a huge debt of gratitude for a successful election and for conceding defeat even before the final ...Nigeria Earned Respect Globally - Anyaokuspyghana.comAnyaoku-​l​ed President
 
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University Of Nigeria Nsukka Governing Council Plotting Afresh To Punish ... - SaharaReporters.com
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SaharaReporters.comUniversity Of Nigeria Nsukka Governing Council Plotting Afresh To Punish ...SaharaReporters.comSources at the University of Nigeria (Nsukka), Nigeria's first indigenous university, have disclosed to SaharaReporters that some members of the university's governing council have resumed their plot to punish a lecturer, Ugochukwu Uche, who exposed ...and more »
 
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​Nigeria has no power to regulate DSTV prices — ​MultiChoice - Premium Times
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DailyPost Nigeria​Nigeria has no power to regulate DSTV prices — ​MultiChoicePremium Times​South African digital satellite television company, Multichoice, has defended its decision to increase DSTV subscription rates in Nigeria, saying neither the country nor its courts, has the powers to regulate its prices. The ruling on the objecti​on ...MultiChoice kicks against reduction in DStv su
 
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Nigeria Steps Up Aid for Rescued Captives - Wall Street Journal
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Wall Street JournalNigeria Steps Up Aid for Rescued CaptivesWall Street JournalBoko Haram has abandoned so many hundreds of kidnapped women and girls recently that Nigerian officials tasked with bringing them back into society on Sunday said they were looking to open a second rehabilitation camp, a nod to how fast the tide of ...Nigeria: More Rescues From Boko Haram ReportedNew York TimesNige
 
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Nigeria​ ​downgrades Asaba Airport over safety concer​ns - Premium Times
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Premium TimesNigeria​ ​downgrades Asaba Airport over safety concer​nsPremium TimesThe Nigerian Government has downgraded the Asaba Airport over the failure of Delta State Government to put in place safety and security measures at the airport, an Assistant Director, Press & Public Affairs, Ministry of Aviation, James Odaudu,​said ...Nigeria's Asaba Airport downgraded on safety conce
 
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Nigeria Seeks To Rev Up Car Manufacturing - Forbes
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Nigeria Seeks To Rev Up Car ManufacturingForbesLAGOS – Daily traffic jams, 'go-slows' in local parlance, here in Nigeria's commercial capital are testament to the country's love affair with the automobile. The market for cars – new and used – in Africa's most populous country is estimated to be ...
 
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Mapping Boko Haram's decline in Nigeria - Reuters Blogs (blog)
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Reuters Blogs (blog)Mapping Boko Haram's decline in NigeriaReuters Blogs (blog)As this Reuters graphic shows, since launching a counter-attack against Boko Haram in January, the Nigerian army and some 8,700 allied troops have systemically contained the Islamist fighting force. NIgerianArmy050515-620 · Nearly 700 girls and women ...Boko Haram weakening in NigeriaPress Herald25 Boko
 
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U.S. to Nigeria: No Guns to Fight Boko Haram - Daily Beast
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Daily BeastU.S. to Nigeria: No Guns to Fight Boko HaramDaily BeastThere are many reasons the U.S. doesn't trust Nigeria's military: human rights, corruption, losing weapons to the enemy. But while D.C. dithers, the insurgents thrive. LAGOS — As the fight against Boko Haram intensifies, President Barack Obama is ...
 
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Nigeria borrows money to pay government salaries - Aljazeera.com
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Aljazeera.comNigeria borrows money to pay government salariesAljazeera.comAfrica's richest economy is borrowing money to pay salaries as it struggles through a "difficult cash crunch" brought on by halved oil prices, Nigeria's finance minister revealed. The news comes as Nigeria prepares to welcome a new government at the ...Nigeria borrows to pay salaries with cash crunch worsen
 
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