Stories about Nigeria from March, 2009
Nigeria's Cassava Republic Press is one of the top 10 brands to watch in 2009.
Nigerian blogger, Sokari Ekine is one of African bloggers who will cover G20 summit: “My plan of action is to try to cover both the G20 summit and the Alternative...
China has told the South African government to deny the Dalai Lama a visa. South Africa complies. I wonder if Zuma is going to carry on in this weak-willed manner?...
Blogsville Initiatives is a post about various initiatives started by Nigerian bloggers, which include Naija Bloggers Award and Blogsville Idol 2007.
Bloggers and website owners in Africa are getting taste of a new scam. Naturally, it's probably not originally created to be a scam, but it's turned in to that for...
The winners of Category A of Naija Bloggers Award 2009 have been announced.
Read Akin's analysis of Olusegun Obasanjo's Hard Talk on BBC, ” One can say Stephen Sackur of the BBC Hard Talk programme found it hard to talk with President Olusegun...
Ukrainian Policy Daily writes about fraud charges filed against the Embassy of God pastor Sunday Adelaja in Kyiv.
Oluniyi writes about BarCamp Nigeria, which will take place next month. Justin Hartman, the co-founder of Afrigator is one of the speakers.
Nigerian blogger Kazey explains how web entrepreneurs can ran a successful online shop in Nigeria.
Punch, one of Nigeria’s newspapers will start providing access to the full text of the newspaper to readers on their mobile phones. The service, called Mobile Punch.
The nominees for Naija Bloggers’ Awards (Who You Be?) have been announced and the voting has begun.
Recent happenings at the National Assembly [in Nigeria] indicated that Legislators in the country need some lessons in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for a sustainable development, writes blogger Remmy...
Ore reports that Kudirat Initiative for Democracy (KIND) presents V Monologues: The Nigerian Story, a play based on interviews from 150 women from all over the country.
Read all about Christian Okpara, the Nigerian who wants to join Italian Parliament.
According to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ojo Madueke, there are no homosexuals in Nigeria.