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· August, 2007

Stories about Nigeria from August, 2007

Nigeria: Mountains of garbage

Nigeria Health Watch: “Things have never been this bad. Our epileptic industrialisation is leaving problems we cannot cope with. If I told my son that as early as 1970s a...

Nigeria: Investing in the future

Oro writes an update about Ajengule Project in Nigeria: “This was followed by the ICT Capacity Building component of the program which was anchored by Korean Internet Volunteers (who were...

Nigeria: Chevron to face trial over murder in the Niger Delta

Black Looks reporting about the trial of the oil giant, Chevron: “After waiting 8 years, Chevron oil company is finally being brought to trial in the US over the murder...

Nigeria: Blogger's opinion about the Superblog

The debate about the new Nigerian blog aggregator, the SuperBlog, continues: “The purpose of Naija Alive is to create a unified voice for Nigeria, a unified voice that contains many...

Nigeria: Black Superpower?

Is Nigeria a Black Superpower?: “It is well known that Nigeria has the largest population in Africa, and the largest economy in West Africa; it is fairly well known that...

Nigeria: In defence of the Nigerian Super Blog

Pokenosing defends the Nigerian Super Blog: “As a new comer, I personally think Naija Super Blog is a good thing and the administrators of Naija Live deserves some credit for...

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