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· March, 2010

Stories about Nigeria from March, 2010

Nigeria: The New Afrika Shrine one of top small venues

More kudos to Lagos as [The New Afrika] Shrine is named as one of the top small music venues in the world. I am not sure what the reviewer means...

Nigeria: “Enough is Enough!” youth march on the capital

On Tuesday, March 16, thousands of Nigerians marched on the capital, Abuja, to show their frustration with the woes that continue to besiege the country. This sort of protest has...

Nigeria: The State of the Union

Vera and other Nigerian bloggers will discuss the State of the Nigerian Union on the Verastically Speakin’ Talk Radio.

Nigeria: Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop in Lagos

Loomnie announces a creative writing workshop organized by award-winning writer and creative director of Farafina Trust, Chimamanda Adichie, from May 20 to May 29 2010.

Nigeria: Retired Generals bury political differences

Chidi Opara reports that retired General Olusegun Obasanjo, Theophilus Danjuma and Ibrahim Babangida in Nigeria have buried their political differences.

Nigeria: Images of children killed in Jos

Images of children killed after violence erupted in Jos, Nigeria.

Nigeria: Jos erupts in violence again

In Jos, conflict seems to recur in ever-narrowing cycles: deadly riots rocked the city in 1994, 2001, 2008, and, not even two months ago, in January 2010. The current conflict...

Nigeria: After the President's return, bloggers question who's in charge

Only two weeks after Goodluck Jonathan's long-anticipated confirmation as Acting President, ailing President Yar'Adua was stealthily flown back to Abuja after more than two months abroad. For most observers, the...

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