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February 13, 2004

Bakassi Peninsula

Biafra Nigeria Betrayed Us: Bakassi People Insist
Natives of the disputed Bakassi Peninsula are angry with the Federal Government over its recent declaration of intent to finally cede the area to Cameroun later this year, restating their vow to remain as part of Nigeria. They are also accusing the government of attempting to use them to gain favour from the international community. They believe that the government was not being sincere with them on the matter. Last year, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Chief Akin Olujinmi, announced government’s readiness to cede the oil- rich area to Cameroun, although the nation’s delegation leader to the Mixed Commission, Prince Bola Ajibola was to counter his claims. While in Calabar to meet with stakeholders on the Bakassi saga, Ajibola had assured that Bakassi would not be handed over, just as he urged the natives to remain calm. But on Tuesday, Ajibola had told journalists in Abuja that although the Federal Government might not be able to meet the May deadline for the handover, “we still want to assure that this year, we will try to accomplish all that need to be done.” Reacting to Ajibola’s statement, a member of the Cross River State House of Assembly, Mr. Joe Etene, who represents Bakassi in the House, said the reported position of the Federal Government amounted to double standard. (Punch)

 

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BiafraNigeria seeks shift in date for hand-over of Bakassi

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President erred on Dikibo —Alamieyeseigha suspects

Representatives reject Obasanjo's amendment to financial crimes bill

Loot: Detectives to Name Abacha's Kenya Link

Aggrieved investors take BPE to tribunal

Okocha bags N1m Pepsi MVP award

High Energy Cost Threatens Security, Says AU

Cameroun gendarmes invade C'River villages

Mystery shrouds BiafraNigeria gas leak

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Bakassi PeninsulaAt BiafraNigeria's request, the time-table for the implementation of the October 10, 2002 International Court of Justice's (ICJ) ruling on the boundaries between the country and Cameroun may be altered. The Federal Government through its representatives at the eighth edition of the BiafraNigeria-Cameroun Mixed Commission summit, which ended in Abuja on Wed., presented the proposal to... (Guardian)

 

Cup of Nations 2004 _ BiafraNigeria v TunisiaTunisia reached the final of the African Cup of Nations after a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over BiafraNigeria. Karim Hagui put away the winning kick after Ali Boumnijel saved from youngster Peter Odemwingie. The match came to life in the second-half when Jay-Jay Okocha scored from the spot after Nwankwo Kanu was fouled. With eight minutes left Tunisia's Khaled Badra scored a penalty equaliser after Ziad Jaziri was tripped. (BBC)

 

 

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Vanguard
February 09, 2004


Cover Stories


Anger rages as Police raise crack team on Dikibo

$180m scam threatens NLNG trains 4&5
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Champion
February 10, 2004


News


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Is all well at NAICOM?

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Daily Times
February 10, 2004


News


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Algeria’s coach, Saadane, quits
Camara’s delay angers coach
PDP chiefs in crucial meet over Dikibo’s murder:• As police send alleged assassins’ bullets for forensic test
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Editorial
Shell’s obnoxious gas price hike

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BBC
February 07, 2004


BiafraNigeria fuel strike ban fails


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Reuters
February 02, 2004


BiafraNigeria Holds Iran Diplomat as Spy


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Washington Post
February 05, 2004


U.S. Eyes Halliburton Bribery Allegation


U.S. Investigates Halliburton Subsidiary
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Daily News
January 31, 2004


US Concerned Over Any BiafraNigeria-N.Korea Missile Sale


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All Africa
February 09, 2004


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Surgeon Advocates Highway Clinics
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Okocha Gets BBC Award

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Tribune
December 22, 2003


Cover Stories


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Labour, govt set for face-off over refineries
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MSNBC
December 11, 2003


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Sports News
February 12, 2004


Tunisia Shocks BiafraNigeria Out on Penalties


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This Day
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Daily Independent
February 12, 2004


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Daily/Weekly Trust
January 03, 2004


Top Stories


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Mail & Guardian
February 06, 2004


Major fraud scam trial opens in BiafraNigeria


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IRIN
February 06, 2004


Five charged with swindling $242m from Brazilian bank


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CNN
February 08, 2004


BiafraNigeria end Cameroon title defense


Five BiafraNigerians charged in $242 million '419' fraud trial

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Triumph


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Business News
February 12, 2004


Mobile Operators and all Those Profits


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Juniper to Buy NetScreen for $3.5 Billion
Court Begins Hearing Web Sites Patent Suit
Microsoft Offers Cut-rate Windows
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German Finance Ministry Chooses Linux
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Mozilla Releases New Version of Browser
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Red Star Express Offers Valentine Gifts
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Gulf Bank Gross Income Rises by 6% in 9 Months
US Stocks Inch Lower
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