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Dulue Mbachu

Dulue Mbachu

    A local success: SABMiller's Nigerian 'Hero' beer
    A local success: SABMiller's Nigerian 'Hero' beer
    At the Estate Sports Club in the southeastern Nigerian city of Onitsha, men troop up to the open- air bar and order a bottle of 'Oh Mpa'," the local name for SABMiller's Hero beer....
    US warns of wave of militant attacks in Nigeria
    US warns of wave of militant attacks in Nigeria
    Militants in Nigeria are planning a major new wave of attacks and kidnappings in the next few days that could include up to 20 simultaneous...
    Nigerian militants release foreign oil workers
    Nigerian militants release foreign oil workers
    Militants in Nigeria have freed seven foreign oil workers seized during an attack earlier this month on an ExxonMobil compound, a spokesperson for...
    Is freedom of the press being eroded in Nigeria?
    Is freedom of the press being eroded in Nigeria?
    Nigerian leader Olusegun Obasanjo once had a notice posted at the gate of his farm and presidential retreat: "No dogs and journalists allowed."
    Bird-flu shock gives way to false sense of security
    Bird-flu shock gives way to false sense of security
    At the Costain livestock market in Nigeria's biggest city of Lagos, chicken buyers are again waiting while boys in their early teens slaughter,...
    Nigeria tests family for bird flu
    Nigeria tests family for bird flu
    Samples taken from a Nigerian family suspected of contracting a fatal bird flu strain have been sent abroad so experts can determine whether the...
    Nigerian militants promise to release oil workers
    Nigerian militants promise to release oil workers
    Militants holding four foreign hostages in Nigeria claimed on Sunday they would release the captives soon, according to a statement purportedly...
    Nigerian militia leader refuses negotiations
    Nigerian militia leader refuses negotiations
    The leader of Nigerian militants who captured four foreign oil workers said on Saturday he would not talk with negotiators sent by the government...
    Nigeria wages war against 419 scams
    Nigeria wages war against 419 scams
    The first and only victim so far snared by Kele B was an American he e-mailed along with tens of thousands of others saying: "Congratulations! You...
    Ceasefire violations 'poisoning' Sudan talks
    Ceasefire violations 'poisoning' Sudan talks
    Ceasefire violations are on the rise in Sudan's bloodied Darfur region and the fighting is poisoning peace talks where government and rebel...
    Bishops want to create 'African' theology
    Bishops want to create 'African' theology
    Widening the growing global Anglican rift over homosexuality, Anglican bishops in Africa said on Monday they would stop theological training of...
    Fuel-price strike shuts down Nigeria
    Fuel-price strike shuts down Nigeria
    Children played soccer in the deserted streets of sub-Saharan Africa's largest city and businesses and schools shuttered their doors across Nigeria...