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· November, 2008

Stories about Nigeria from November, 2008

Nigeria: Hundreds of deaths in post-election riots

Hundreds of people were reportedly killed in the violence that erupted in Jos, Plateau State, Central Nigeria on Friday after a disputed local election. Nigerian bloggers respond.

Lagos may soon be home to world's largest cyber cafe

David Ajao writes about Chams, a Nigerian IT company, and its ambitious plan to build the world's largest cyber cafe in Lagos, Nigeria.  ChamsCity will boast 1,000 computers under one roof,...

Nigeria: Obama Made Me Cry

Obama made Nigerian blogger, Oluniyi, cry: “I couldn’t stop the tears of joy streaming down my black face as I watched Senator Barack Obama give his thanksgiving speech this dawn,...

Nigeria: Fulani Woman on oil on canvas

Ajilo's oil on canvas painting of a Fulani woman: “This is a famous representation of African art. Virtually all artists from West Africa have one time or the other being...

Africa: Top 45 Female African Bloggers

Afrigator's list of top 45 female African bloggers: “Ever wondered who the top female bloggers are in Africa, or which women you should be following online? We did, so we...

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