Monday, November 17, 2008

News Desk (Early Edition) Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Egwu, Akunyili, 11 others make ministerial list

THREE weeks after sacking 20 ministers, President Umaru Yar’Adua, yesterday, presented a list of his nominees to the coveted positions to the Senate. The nominees are, however, seven short of the relieved ones. READ MORE>>>


Nigeria conducive for poverty alleviation scheme — UNDP partners

CAPE TOWN—TWO major partners to the United Nations Development Programme UNDP on poverty alleviation in the rural African communities, Ericsson and Zain groups, at the weekend in Cape Town, South Africa, revealed that Nigeria’s political and economic environments so far, have been favourable to the millennium READ MORE>>>

Community warns Chevron

THE Orere-Yanagho Coastal communities have warned Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL, to desist from further dealing with a cartel instead of the Council of elders of the communities, saying the practice has continued to wrath undevelopment in the entire area. READ MORE>>>

Martin in pledge on gender violence

Ms Izevbekhai, whose case comes before the High Court today, says she lost a baby daughter after the child was forcibly genitally mutilated in Nigeria and fears that the same fate awaits her two other children should they be deported. READ MORE>>>

Energem Resources reports Q3 loss of US$2 million, down from year ago (Energem)

VANCOUVER _ Energem Resources Inc. (TSX:ENM) narrowed its loss in its most recent quarter compared with a year ago as the company refocussed its business on in its Mozambiquan-based bio-diesel project READ MORE>>>
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