Government & Politics


Heart of
The Heart of Africa Project is a cohesive information programme for Nigeria's image management and economic progression. The Project was principally designed to promote Nigeria's national brand assets but will also tackle the negative issues confronting the nation. Lagos, Abuja, Abeokuta, Ibadan, Sokoto, Kano, Obudu, Yoruba, Hausa, Ibo, Calabar, Niger Delta, Shell, Agip, Oil, Banana, Beach, Sahara, Soyinka, Football, Sports textiles, pottery and ceramics, fiber crafts, bronze, tourism, tourists, hotels, motels, entertainment, cultures, arts.

Implementation of Nigeria's Democracy by 'Yinka Vidal
Nigeria News:OUTCRY Magazine Press Report Feb. 22, 1999 Nigeria Shall Rise Again! Presidential Election on Saturday February 27, 1999 by 'Yinka Vidal - Foreign correspondent in US.

Imo State Government Website
Imo State derives its name from Imo River, which takes its course from the Okigwe/Awka upland. It lies within latitudes 4°45'N and 7°15'N, and longitude 6°50'E and 7°25'E. It occupies the area between the lower River Niger and the upper and middle Imo River. The state is bounded on the east by Abia State, on the west by the River Niger and Delta State; and on the north by Anambra State, while Rivers State lies to the south. Imo State covers an area of about 5,100sq km. The population of Imo State is predominantly rural. Some of the most densely settled areas of Nigeria are found in Imo State, where a direct relationship exists between population density and the degree of dispersal of rural settlement.

In Search Of Abubakar's Choice
For over two hours last Saturday, General Abdulsalami Abubakar, Nigeria's latest military leader displayed traits of simplicity. He turned up at some polling stations in the Federal Capital Territory: December 9, 1998.

Jigawa State Goverment Home Page: The state was created on Tuesday August 27, 1991, when the Federal Military Government under General Ibrahim Babangida announced the creation of nine additional states in the country bringing the total number of states to thirty. The announcement was given a legal backing through the State Creation and Transitional Provisions Decree No. 37 of 1991. Excised from Kano State, it covers a total land area of about 22,410sq Km. It is bordered on the West by Kano State, on the East by Bauchi and Yobe States and on the North by Katsina States and the Republic of Niger.

Kaduna State Goverment Home Page: Kaduna State occupies part of the Central position of the Northern part of Nigeria (with Kaduna as its capital) and shares common borders with Zamfara,Katsina, Niger, Kano, Bauchi and Plateau States.  To the South-West, the State shares a border with the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.  The State occupies an area of approximately 48,473.2 square kilometers and has a population of more than 6 million (2006 census). 

Kano State Government Official Site
Kano exerted a tot of economic influence on its neighbours in the area referred to as Hausaland or Central Western Sudan. It therefore, received many settlers and migrant groups from far and wide as a result of which It grew into a great trading post of immense commercial importance for the trades of North and West Africa. States, Businesses, Hausa, Fulani, Technology, Internet Services, Northerners, Trade, Commerce, Islam, Religions, Sharia, Education, Language, Major Tribes, News, Commodities, Industries, Technologies, Services, Local Government, Legislations, Decree, History, Tourism, Mineral Resources & Festival.

Official Website of the Kano State National Assembly
You can get information regarding your Member of the Legislative Assembly or read about the latest bill being debated in the Assembly. Citizen knowledge and participation is vital to our system of democracy. The site is very dynamic with changes occurring daily.

Kebbi State Government Official Site
Kebbi was formed out of Sokoto State in August 27, 1991 by the then regime of General Ibrahim Babangida. It's capital is Birnin-Kebbi. Its major towns include Birnin-Kebbi, Argungu and Yelwa. Located in North Western Nigeria, Kebbi State occupies 36,800 square kilometres. Kebbi State shares boundaries with Sokoto State on the North-Eastern axis, Zamfara State on the Eastern part, Niger state on the Southern part and Republic of Niger on the Western part.

Kogi State Government Official Site
Kogi State was formally a geo-political unit called Kabba province in the Northern Nigeria under the Colonial Administration. It was made up the Igala, Ibira, Kogi and Kabba Division with its administrative headquarters in the present State Capital, Lokoja. The abolition of the provincial and regional unit in 1967 led to the merging of the then Ilorin. Kogi state is popularly refereed to as museum of colonial history. This is evident in the abundant colonial relics that abound in Lokoja, the festival Administrative and commercial headquarters of the colonial administration in Nigeria.

Kogi State Rural Women Development
The official website of Kogi State Rural Women Development. Our Vision is to improve the quality of life for Rural Women in Kogi State through proactive and sustainable development projects. In addition, to Create Enabling Environment for Rural Women to Overcome Poverty By Implementing community micro projects by Strengthening Women's Entrepreneurship. Empowering women in the rural area is key to driving economies and reducing feminized poverty.

Kwara State Government Official Website
Kwara State was created on 27th May 1967 when the Federal Military Government of General Yakubu Gowon broke the four regions that then constituted the Federation of Nigeria into 12 states. At its creation, the state was made up of the former Ilorin and Kabba provinces of the then Northern Region and was initially named the West Central State but later changed to “Kwara”, a local name for the River Niger. The capital of the State is Ilorin, which lies 306km northeast of Lagos and 500km southwest of Abuja.

Official Website of Lagos State Government
Lagos State was created on May 27, 1967 by virtue of State (Creation and Transitional Provisions) Decree No. 14 of 1967, which restructured Nigeria's Federation into 12 States. Prior to this, Lagos Municipality had been administered by the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Lagos Affairs as the regional authority, while the Lagos City Council (LCC) governed the City of Lagos. Equally, the metropolitan areas (Colony Province) of Ikeja, Agege, Mushin, Ikorodu, Epe and Badagry were administered by the Western Region.

Lagos State Tourism
WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THELAGOS STATE WATERFRONT & TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION. Lagos, an exciting blend of traditional African culture and modern development  is a state of adventure. It parades many monumental buildings like the National Arts Theatre, the International Trade Fair Complex, the National Museum and the Nation Stadium and it is endowed with the largest and most developed beaches-Bar Beach, Lekki, Badagry.  TOURING LAGOS STATE: A worthwhile Lifetime Adventure. -Government, Properties, Entertainment, Investment, Businesses.

Lt-Col. C.O. Ojukwu - LT-Col C.O. Ojukwu Lieutenant-Colonel Chukwuemeka
Odumegwu Ojukwu became Military Governor of then Eastern Nigeria after the Military coup of January 15, 1966, which overthrew the Federal Nigerian Gov

Maryland State Senate Bill on Nigerian Sanctions
Maryland State legislature's page on a state senate bill for sanctions against Nigeria.

Maison De France
French Cultural Center- French Alliance Organization, Language, French Programme, Educational Programme, Poetry, Library, Books, Dance, Internet Cafe.

MINISTRY OF COOPERATION & INTEGRATION IN AFRICA. Government, parastatals, departments, etc.

Munzinger Personen - Sani Abacha
Kurzbiographie mit 4 Seiten (1733 Wörter): Sani Abacha, nigerian. Armeeoffizier und Politiker; fr. Staatschef; General; Quelle: Munzinger-Archiv/Internationales Biographisches Archiv 35/98;Stand der Online-Version:

Nasarawa State Home Page    Official Site of Nasarawa State. Created from Plateau State of Nigeria on 1st October, 1996. Located in the Middle-Belt region, it lies within the guinea Savannah region and has tropical climate. Rainfall is moderate with a mean annual rainfall of 1311:75cm. From the lush green fields of this Savannah region and its undisturbed forest, to the cascading waters of Farin Ruwa waterfall and the picturesque Eggon Rolling Hills and Caves, Nasarawa State is the ideal destination for nature lovers and adventurous tourists. Its tourism sites offers visitors peace and quiet and a chance to be at one with nature.

Official Website of the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
The National Assembly is Nigeria's bicameral legislature and the highest elective law-making body of the country. It consists of the 109-member Senate and the 360-member House of Representatives. The term of the National Assembly is 4-years from the date of its first sitting after the general elections. The current 6th National Assembly was inaugurated in 5th June 2007.

National Assembly Service Commissio, NASC)
The Commission is headed by a Chairman who is the Chief Executive of the Commission. The Chairman is assisted by 12 others with at least 2 members drawn from each of the six geo-political zones of Nigeria. There is also a Secretary, who is the accounting officer of the Commission and is responsible for the day to day administration of the Commission as well as the keeping of books and proper records of the proceedings of the Commission.

National Automotive Council Of Nigeria
The National Automotive Council (NAC) was established in 1993 to implement the Auto Policy. The Council is made up of the Governing Council, its Committees and the Council Secretariat. Membership of the Governing Council is drawn from stakeholders in the automotive industry. The Council is funded from a 2% levy on the CIF value of all automotive imports into the Country.

National Board for Technical Education (NBTE)
The National Board for Technical Education is a principal organ of Federal Ministry of Education specifically created to handle all aspects of Technical and Vocational Education falling outside University Education. It was established by Act No. 9 of 11th January, 1977. In addition to providing standardised minimum guide curricula for technical and vocational education and training (TVET), the Board supervises and regulates, through an accreditation process, the programmes offered by technical institutions at secondary and post secondary levels. It is also involved with the funding of Polytechnics owned by the Government of the Federation of Nigeria.

National Bureau of Statistics
The Bureau of Statistics provides comprehensive, timely, relevant, responsive and customer focused Statistical Information relating to the social and economic activities as well as conditions of the inhabitants of Nigeria. Vigorously collaborate with all the tiers of Government and their agencies in the production of administrative statistics; coordinate statistical orderliness; and promote general use of statistical standards. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) came into being with the merger of the Federal Office of Statistics (FOS) and the National Data Bank (NDB).

National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA)
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) was established via Act 12 as amended by Act 50 of 1999, to manage disasters in Nigeria. Therefore, from inception, NEMA has been tackling disaster related issues through the establishment of concrete structures and measures. Such measures as the education of the public in order to raise their level of awareness and reduce the effects of disasters in the Country. Children, Environment, Environmental crisis, War, Accident, Fire, Government, Agencies, Government Agencies, Chemical, Dam Failure, Earthquake, Fire , Flood, Organizations, Organisations, Hazardous materials, Heat, Hurricane, Landslide, Nuclear, Terrorism, Thunderstorm, Tornado, Tsunami, Volcano, Wildfire, Winter Storm, Bomb blasts, Victims, Zones, Regions, Ocean, Health, Housing, Oil, Gas, Federal.

National Examinations Council
One of the last acts of the Abdulsalami Abubakar military administration was the promulgation of a decree, in April 1999, that created the National Examinations Council (NECO).  That act, however, was only the climax of a process whose beginning predated the administration. By its mandate, NECO was to take over the responsibilities of the National Board for Educational Measurement (NBEM) which was created, in 1992, by the Ibrahim Babangida administration, although its enabling decree was promulgated in 1993.

National Gallery of Art, Nigeria
The National Gallery of Art is a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation, Nigeria responsible for the collection, preservation, documentation and presentation of Nigeria's contemporary plastic arts, with headquarters at the prowling city of Abuja, capital of Nigeria but with branches in the six geo-political zones of the Country.

National Information Technology Development Agency
The formation of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) is the fruition of a journey that began early in the administration of President Olusegun Obasanjo. With the president's enthusiastic support, and under the guidance of the Honourable Minister of Science and Technology, Professor Turner T. Isoun, an Information Technology (IT) Policy drafting committee was formed and mandated with developing a National IT Policy for Nigeria..-Web Design, ECommerce, Ministry, Technology, Network, Web Hosting, IT. Technoligies, Nitel, NCC, Communications, Vsat, Satellite, Training, Government, Development, ISPs, Cybercafes, Internet, WWW, Agencies, Parastatals, Ministries, Ministers, Groups, Associations, Organizations, Cluabs, Federal, Investment, Education, Universities, Telecommunications.

National Institute for Medical Research
The National Institute for Medical Research was formally established by the Federal Military Government through the Research Institute (Establishment etc) order 1977, pursuant to the National Science and Technology Development Agency Decree (No 5) of 1977. Malaria, Onchocerciasis, Schistosomiasis, Diarrhoeal Diseases, Tuberculosis, HIV Infections, Haemoglobinopathies, Nutrition, Special Childhood Communicable Diseases, Government, Agencies, Ministries, Health, Organizations, WHO, Environmental, Hospitals, Clinics, Health Centers, Biotechnology Research and Leprosy Research.

NDI_Carter Election January Report
(TMG), a network of Nigerian civic organizations. The delegation In addition, some Nigerian nongovernmental organizations, including..

Niger State Government Official Site
The state was created 3rd February, 1976 out of the then North-Western state during the regime of General Murtala Ramat Mohammed; the state formerly began to function on April 1 st of that year, with eight local government councils (L G As) namely: Chanchaga, Rafi, Gbako, Etswan, Suleja, Mariga, Magama and Lavun. Etswan Local Government was later divided into two (Agaie and Lapai LGAs). Niger State, with about 4 million people and with largest land mass and more than 80% arable land can be described as investor haven. These include rich and arable land; home to the three national hydro-electric power stations; and very rich tourism facilities, such as the Gurara Falls, Kainji Lake National Park, BorguGameReserve etc.

Nigeria - Cyber Eagles
Official page of the Super Eagles of Nigeria has player profiles, schedules, interviews, statistics, and video clips of the team in action.

Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority
Thinking about setting up an industry in Nigeria? Why not come to the Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority, where you can be rest assured that your investment will pay for itself in a very short time!

Nigeria Extractive industries Transparency Initiative
The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) is mandated by law to promote transparency and accountability in the management of Nigeria's oil, gas and mining revenues. A major component of the on-going anti-corruption reform in Nigeria, it is the national version of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative ( EITI ), which is a global movement aimed at ensuring that extractive resources aid sustainable development.

Nigeria Government Website
Nigeria Government Website

Official Website of the Nigeria Governors' Forum
The Nigeria Governors' Forum (NGF) as presently constituted is coalition of all 36 democratically elected governors of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Its origin is traceable to a first meeting held at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria from April 26th to 29th, 1999 under the Chairmanship of Governor Abdullahi Adamu of Nasarawa State in the North Central part of Nigeria. The meeting referred to above was a seminar organised by the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Nigeria High Commission, Ottawa
Gives visa and passport information, business and government news, and describes the culture, economy, and geography of Nigeria.

Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission
National commission outlines investment opportunities, economic legislation and general data about Nigeria's economy.

NIGERIA: Federal Ministry of Agriculture
The Federal Ministry of Agriculture Nigeria Home Page

Nigeria High Commission Ottawa
Nigeria High Commission Ottawa Web Site

Nigeria High Commission- United Kingdom
The Official site of the Nigeria High Commission United Kingdom. The sites contain useful information on the sections and activities of the Mission as well as a wealth of facts and figures that will be of inestimable value to prospective investors, tourists, and other visitors.

Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission
Nigeria is Africa's most dynamic economy and has vast array of investment opportunities. NIPC was established as an agency for investors.

Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Limited
Nigeria LNG is a World Class Liquified Gas Exporting Company. Situated in Bonny Nigeria.we have a vision to put out gas flaring in the oil fields of Nigeria and to be a world class LNG producer- Oil, Government, Agencies, Businesses, Petrol, finances, Shipping, Natural Gas, Import, Export, Niger Delta, Investment, Gas, Organizations.

Nigeria's News:US. States Dept. and Whitehouse Responses on Nigeria's Elections
nigeria's election, nigerian election, general olusegun obasanjo, nigeria news, nigerian election results, olu falae,clinton's remarks on nigeria, abubakar, .

Nigeria's Would-Be President Abiola Dies of Heart Attack
Nigeria's imprisoned political leader, Moshood Abiola, died Tuesday of a heart attack as he talked with Nigerian officials and senior U.S. diplomats about how to resolve Nigeria's ...

by Mumia Abu-Jamal NEWS ITEM: Nigeria's foremost political prisoner, and presumed winner of the 1993 Presidential Elections, Chief Mashood Abiola, died today following as diplomatic meeting in prison with US ...

The Nigerian Air Force: Official Website
The origin of the Nigerian Armed Forces dates back to 1863 when the Hausa Constabulary was formed by the British. The Constabulary metamorphosed into the West Africa Frontier Force (WAFF) and then the Nigerian Regiment in 1956. It was then completely a land-based force. Later, the need to protect and patrol the Nigerian coastline and its resources led to the creation of the Nigerian Navy in 1956. These were the components of the Nigerian Armed Forces till 1962 when the idea of establishing an air force for Nigeria was first muted. The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) was formally established on 18 April 1964 with the passage of the Air Force Act 1964 by the Nigerian Parliament.

The Nigerian Army: Official Website
What could be regarded as the nucleus of the NA started in 1863 when the Imperial Governor of Lagos, Lt Glover of the Royal Navy gathered 18 Northern Nigerians to mount punitive expeditions to protect British trade routes around Lagos. Even after Nigeria had become a Republic, the Nigerian Military was still structured to implement British oriented doctrines. Though small and mainly used for ceremonial duties, after independence, the NA was nonetheless a disciplined force. The coups-de-tat and counter coups of 1966 which culminated into the Nigerian Civil War, led the military to politics.

The Nigerian Army Engineers: Official Website
The role and functions of military engineers which are virtually the same all over the world are to assist the army live, move and fight while doing everything possible to hinder enemy movement. This is carried out through provision of mobility, counter mobility and survivability support to the Nigerian Army. The Nigerian Army Engineers (NAE) evolved from the Royal West African Frontier Force (RWAFF) which dates back to the Early Twentieth Century. Elements of the Nigerian Army Engineers were part of the British Royal Engineers which helped to survey and fix boundaries of what is now known as Nigeria with the neighboring French and German Colonies. She stated further that they played a significant role in the surveying of railway and telegraphic lines.

Nigerian Communications Commission - NCC
NCC is a mission-driven public institution with a vision - "That NCC shall regulate the telecommunications industry and ensure the provision of adequate, effective and efficient telecommunications service nationwide at affordable price; provide telecommunications information service, local and internetional, thus making the country a centre of telecommunications excellence in Africa.

Nigerian Democrats
Nigerian Democrats Organization

Nigerian Embassies & Consulate resources for Nigeria @Embassy World Embassy & Consulate Addresses, embassy websites, consulate locations, embassy resources, in a searchable database.

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Nigerian Embassy -Germany
The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria extends its fraternal greetings to you.

The Nigerian Navy: Official Website
In 1887, the Colonial Government of Nigeria established the Lagos Marine as a quasi-military organisation combining the duties of present day Nigeria Ports Authority, the Inland Waterways and the maritime policing duties of a modern day Navy. When Northern and Southern Nigeria were brought together as one country in 1914, the two marine forces became the Nigeria Marine, and on 1 June 1956 after lobbying for a full-fledged naval force instead of a ports authority, the Nigerian Naval Force was established. HMS Hare, an Algerine class minesweeper was renamed Nigeria and recommissioned as the flagship of the new navy on 21 July 1959.

The Nigerian Police Force: Official Website
Welcome to The Nigeria Police offical We provide you up to date information about our activities efforts in Law enforcement and crime prevention in Nigeria. The Nigeria Police Force shall be under the Command of the Inspector-General of Police and any contingents of the Nigeria Police Force stationed in a state shall; subject to the authority of the Inspector-General of Police, be under the command of Commissioner of Police of that state.


Nigerian Ports Authority
Welcome to The Nigerian Ports - Gateway to the Nation's Economy and beyond.

The Nigerian Postal Service Official Website (NIPOST)
Our purpose in NIPOST is to provide universal qualitative postal service that is efficient, effective, reliable and affordable.We are in the business of providing postal services that are customer oriented. The Nigeria Postal service Department came into being with the establishment of the Nigeria Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) on January 1, 1985. NITEL emerged from the merger of the Telecommunications arm of the defunct Post and Telecommunications Department of the Ministry of Communications with the former Nigeria External Telecommunications Limited (NET).

Nigerian Presidental Election - Obasanjo profile
Olusegun Obasanjo, the winner of Nigeria's long-awaited presidential election, is a former military ruler who returns to power as a civilian ruler...

Nigerian is an independent web site,  founded by a team of Web professionals as the Nigerian leading and the pioneer of online voting. was development for the purpose of promoting the interests of Nigerians at home and abroad through the power of Internet to convey their view on national issues by way of voting and the opportunity to communicate their views and minds on national issues  with one and other via instant messaging and  chat rooms.

Nigerian Political Forum (NIPOFO)- Daily Political News and Analysis on Nigeria: Home of the New Democrats  
Integrated Online Political News and Analysis on Nigeria. Oganizations and Institutions from Nigeria and Abroad. Home of the New Democrats News, Media, Headlines, Politics, Comments, Consulting, Nigeria, Education, Organizations, Forums, Political Sciences.

Nigeria Tourism Development Corporation
Nigeria Tourism Development Corporation is the official tourism page on Nigeria. This website provides you with rich content of all the tourism information about Nigeria. Africa, West Africa, Lagos, Abuja, Abeokuta, Ibadan, Sokoto, Kano, Obudu, Yoruba, Hausa, Ibo, Calabar, Niger Delta, Shell, Agip, Oil, Banana, Beach, Sahara, Soyinka, Football, Sports textiles, pottery and ceramics, fiber crafts, bronze, brass and iron works, woodworks, calabash decorations, leather works, ivory works, jewelry etc.

NIPOST - Nigerian Postal Service
Our purpose in NIPOST is to provide universal qualitative postal service that is efficient, effective, reliable and affordable.We are in the business of providing postal services that are customer oriented.

Nisc- Brussels
Nigeria Information Service Center Brussels EMBASSY OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA -

NOPA: National Orientation and Public Affairs
Nigeria National Orientation and Public Affairs of Federal Government Official Website.

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