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Graeber , Guest blogger / September 9, 2013 Sabotage and theft from oil producing regions in Nigeria has left a black mark on the nation's economy. Oil production is down more than 7 percent this year, bringing the economy along with it. Last week,
Nigeria police seek kidnappers Ignatius Kattey is the head of the Anglican church in the restive Niger Delta Police in Nigeria are looking for the armed men who kidnapped the country's second most senior Anglican archbishop, Ignatius Kattey.
Nigeria Archbishop and Wife Kidnapped 8 September 2013 press release Nigerian Anglican leaders are asking for prayer after the second most senior cleric in the Church of Nigeria was kidnapped by armed men two nights ago. Dean of the Province and
A Shell logo is seen at a petrol station in London May 15, 2013. Compensation talks will begin in Nigeria on Monday between lawyers for Royal Dutch Shell and for 15,000 Nigerian villagers who say their livelihoods were destroyed by oil spills from
According to many northerners, Jonathan, a Christian from the oil-producing Niger Delta region, should have never been allowed to run in 2011 as it was the north's turn. In Summary The latest development came on Saturday, when a PDP convention in
Africa's wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote, has signed a multi-billion dollar deal with banks to finance the building of an oil refinery in Nigeria. The refinery would be the largest in Africa, turning Nigeria into a petroleum exporter, he told the BBC.
The positions up for grab are that of the Managing Director and Executive Directors, Finance, Administration and Projects. Amapetu of Mahin in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State, Oba Lawrence Omowole. Act provides that there shall be for the
Nigerian authorities said they were concerned about a military decision to destroy illegal oil operations in the Niger Delta region. A July report from the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative estimated the country lost $10.9 billion
Lagos The Federal Government, yesterday, said it will cost about N160 trillion ($1 trillion) to restore the environment in the Niger Delta, following the devastation brought upon the region by crude theft, illegal bunkering and oil exploration
Royal Dutch Shell and Italy's ENI say they are concerned about Nigeria's deteriorating operating environment. Nigeria, a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, is Africa's leading petro-state, currently exporting slightly more