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· July, 2007

Stories about Nigeria from July, 2007

Nigeria: This is Port Harcourt

Titilayo remembers her experience in Port Harcourt: “I am writing this from Kaduna, a commercial hub of northern Nigerian. I had to travel from Abuja to Kaduna by road and...

Nigeria: Internet for Jobs Initiative

Oro announces the launching of Nigeria's Internet for Jobs Initiative: “Today was another major milestone in my quest for support for young Nigerians in the area of ICT Entrepreneurship. It...

Nigeria: Talking About Aggregation, Copyright and Professionalism

Who knew that when the people behind Naijalive.net decided to set up an aggregator (or an "aggregator" of a different kind, as they put it), their efforts would lead to...

Nigeria: True Love magazine features Nigerian female bloggers

Several Nigerian female bloggers are featured on the West Africa's True Love magazine:”Bella is still very much incognito…but has a very sweet interview along with the bloggers who inspired her...

Nigeria: aggregation is not duplication

Akin's comments regarding a new Nigerian blog “aggregator”: “My candid advice is for the mover of NaijaLive to confer with the owners of AfricanLoft and AltNigeria, probably an email to...

Nigeria: Two Heroic Nigerian Cops; Borderless Office

This week’s blog round-up begans from Nigeria, where Yomi shares a rare story of two brave Nigerian policemen who braved the odds to fight-back about 30 well-armed bank robbers with...

Nigeria: New Yam Festival

Ugo Daniels informs us about the New Yam Festival: “It’s getting nearer to that time of the year when every Igbo person gathers to celebrate the Iwa ji afo (New...

Nigeria: listen to Dudu Radio

Listen to Dudu Radio: “”…Dudu Radio broadcasts a selection of pre-recorded programs which provides listeners all over the globe with the opportunity to listen to a variety of music genres,...

Nigeria: a book on impact of mobile technology

Kenny writes about the book, Mobile Telephony: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities for Socio-Economic Transformation in Nigeria, “Dominated by the voices of women's groups, market traders, businessmen and women, students and...

Nigeria: reflections on the Nigerian strike

Sokari reflects on the nationwide strike, which tooks place last month in Nigeria: “For a brief 4 days between, 20th and 23rd June, Nigerians from across the country joined in...

Nigeria: Nollywood: making honey from a hard stone

Pamela's World discusses the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood: “Nollywood is currently one of the largest multi billion film producing industries in the world after Hollywood and Bollywood. Nigerians have again...

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