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Nigeria pulls out of African Nations Championship - The Guardian Nigeria
Posted On 04/10/2013 15:56:15 by lagosadmin
The Eagles, for instance, have five coaches, including three assistant coaches and a total of 17 backroom staff members.“The Technical Committee regretted the financial situation that has also necessitated the pegging of bonuses, review of allowances and salaries of coaches of the national teams,” read an official statement from the NFF.

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KPMG - Nigeria Among World's Four Major Investment Destinations -...
Posted On 03/04/2013 03:56:11 by lagosadmin
Nigeria has been ranked as one of the four major investment destinations and growth areas in the world. According to KPMG, one of the world's foremost audit, financial and tax advisory firms, Nigeria's newfound status followed the disappointing returns recorded by the BRICS, with the exception of China.

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KPMG: Nigeria Among World's Four Major Investment Destinations - THISDAY...
Posted On 03/03/2013 22:56:08 by lagosadmin
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Nigeria Missing as Poorer African Nations Tackle Hunger - THISDAY Live
Posted On 02/26/2013 02:56:19 by lagosadmin
Nigeria was conspicuously missing from the list last weekend as smaller African nations staked sizable funds to tackle challenges of food security in the continent. While Nigeria, South Africa and Egypt, reputed to have the largest economies in Africa, are yet to stake any amount, Equatorial Guinea donated $30 million to a new solidarity trust fund that aims to mobilise African financial resources in support of strengthening food security in the region.[Finish Article ]... Read More



Nigeria Wins Cup of Nations, but Islamists Continue Killing - FrontPage...
Posted On 02/15/2013 06:56:11 by lagosadmin
On Sunday, February 10, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Nigeria’s national football (soccer) team, the Super Eagles, beat the Burkina Faso Stallions 1-0 to win the prestigious African Cup of nations title. Back home in Nigeria, the Super Eagles’ victory came just hours after northern Nigeria once again felt the wrath of Islamist terrorists — most likely the group responsible for thousands of deaths, Boko Haram.[Finish Article ]... Read More



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