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LOKOJA
SOUTHERN NIGERIA
EASTERN NIGERIA
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
GABON
NORTHEASTERN NIGERIA
SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA
MALI
TERRITORY
BOLIVIA
HOMOSEXUALITY
POLYPHEMUS
NEIGHBORS
PARTS
CHILDREN
FOREIGNERS
ENGLAND
PROSTITUTION
REPORTS
TOGO
ATLANTIC OCEAN
INDIA
REPUTED
OIL
KUWAIT
POPULOUS COUNTRY
ZAIRE
ZAMBIA
RURAL AREAS
ILLNESS
VENEZUELA
PREVALENCE
MALAWI
MOZAMBIQUE
NIGER RIVER
TANZANIA
KENYA
UGANDA
POPULATION
CAPITAL CITY
REPUBLIC
SOUTH AFRICA
BRAZIL
COUNTRIES
MILITARY COUP
CIVILIAN RULE
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Definitions

  1. Nigeria is the most populous state in Africa with 108 million inhabitants; its capital is Abuja.
  2. Nigeria is the anchor nation in West Africa and sub-Saharan Africa and your stability is ours as well.
  3. Nigeria is a republic transitioning from military to civilian rule.
  4. Nigeria is the largest U.S. trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, based mainly on the high level of petroleum imports from Nigeria. (Web site)

Lokoja

  1. Most importantly, Lokoja is a confluence town,where the biggest rivers in Nigeria, rivers Niger and Benue unite.

Southern Nigeria

  1. The climate in Lagos is similar to that of the rest of southern Nigeria.
  2. WHO is bringing in its medical experts from South Africa, the Netherlands and southern Nigeria to assist the health authorities to tackle the outbreak.
  3. The rare western lowland gorilla is found in the tropical forests of West Africa, from southern Nigeria to the Congo River. (Web site)

Eastern Nigeria

  1. Jalingo (Nigeria) town, capital of Taraba state, eastern Nigeria.
  2. Jalingo is a city in eastern Nigeria.
  3. HighlifeDance music from Ghana and Eastern Nigeria, originating from the popular An online magazine and resource for the global DJ and dance music scene.

Equatorial Guinea

  1. U.S. corporations are now investing more in Equatorial Guinea than in any other African country except for Nigeria and South Africa.

Gabon

  1. The most common border crossings for vehicles are Mora from Chad, Mamfé from Nigeria, and Ambam from Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

Northeastern Nigeria

  1. Maiduguri is the principle trading hub for northeastern Nigeria.
  2. The earliest identified Nigerian culture is that of the Nok people who thrived between 500 BC and 200 AD on the Jos Plateau in northeastern Nigeria.
  3. Damaturu is a city in northeastern Nigeria.

Southeastern Nigeria

  1. Enugu State is an inland state in southeastern Nigeria. (Web site)
  2. Umuahia is a town which is the capital of Abia State in southeastern Nigeria.

Mali

  1. This clip is from the 2008 African Cup Of Nations group fixture between Nigeria v Mali, held at Sekondi (Essipong) Stadium on the 26th of January 2008.

Territory

  1. Nigeria is divided into 36 states and 1 territory.

Bolivia

  1. Anderson has done fieldwork in Nigeria on Eleme, in India on the Munda languages, in Bolivia on Kallawaya, and in Oregon on Athabaskan. (Web site)

Homosexuality

  1. One of the leaders of Common Cause is Archbishop Peter Akinola of Nigeria, who readily uses the word abomination in reference to homosexuality.

Polyphemus

  1. The fruit of rulership in Nigeria has never been able to fall far from the tree of Polyphemus. (Web site)

Neighbors

  1. Niger relies on its neighbors, especially Benin and Nigeria, for seaports which provide access to world markets.
  2. Its musical heritage includes several important genres of pop derived from neighbors like Ghana and Nigeria.

Parts

  1. Aso-Oke is patronized by traders and fashion designers from Kwara State, other parts of Nigeria and from abroad.
  2. Overcrowding and degraded soil have forced many Igbo to migrate to nearby cities and other parts of Nigeria. (Web site)
  3. In southeastern Nigeria and parts of the Niger Delta, Igbo is spoken natively.It is written in the Latin alphabet, as introduced by British colonialists. (Web site)

Children

  1. Destinations for trafficked children of the country included Mali, Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, and Nigeria. (Web site)
  2. Children are trafficked both in and out of Benin and Nigeria. (Web site)
  3. In tropical countries (for example, India, Indonesia, and Nigeria), chronic pancreatitis of unknown cause occurs among children and young adults. (Web site)

Foreigners

  1. There is a growing number of foreigners from neighboring Cameroon, Nigeria, and Gabon. (Web site)

England

  1. Distracted from the real nightmares by The Journal (Newcastle, England) The disease was first recognized in Lassa, Nigeria, in 1969.
  2. BIOGRAPHY Born in London, England, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje split his time as a youth between the UK and Nigeria.

Prostitution

  1. Children were trafficked to Ghana, Nigeria, and Gabon for indentured or domestic servitude, farm labor, and prostitution. (Web site)

Reports

  1. There were reports that young girls were trafficked from the country to Nigeria for prostitution.
  2. These findings correspond to early reports on Lassa fever in southern and central parts of Nigeria. (Web site)
  3. In the Yelwa massacre, May 2 2004, in Yelwa, Nigeria, more than 630 nomad Muslims were killed by Christians, according to Red Cross reports.

Togo

  1. Children are trafficked to and from Cote D'Ivoire, Togo, and Nigeria for indentured or domestic servitude, farm labor and prostitution. (Web site)
  2. A coastal highway links Benin with neighboring Nigeria and Togo. (Web site)
  3. Ifẹ also produced terra cotta and bronze figures and Ọyọ once extended from western Nigeria to Togo. (Web site)

Atlantic Ocean

  1. Of the main rivers, the Sanaga drains into the Atlantic Ocean, and the Benue flows westward into the Niger River basin in Nigeria. (Web site)

India

  1. France is by far Senegal's leading trade partner; Mali, India, and Nigeria also carry on a considerable trade with the country. (Web site)
  2. Several other nations have developed their own versions of the White Ensign including Australia, India, Jamaica and Nigeria. (Web site)
  3. The world's first black male supermodel is making news in Africa and India with remarks made during his recent trip to Nigeria. (Web site)

Reputed

  1. Our imprint, Lantern Books is a household name in Nigeria and West Africa, reputed for high quality books for children.
  2. Modern Calabar is reputed to be the cleanest city and number one tourist destination in Nigeria.

Oil

  1. Leading U.S. imports from Nigeria were oil and rubber products.
  2. Grown profusely in Northern Nigeria the seeds are harvested for their oil and protein. (Web site)

Kuwait

  1. Some fossil fuel exporting nations are rich (think Australia or Kuwait) but most are poor (think Nigeria or Angola). (Web site)

Populous Country

  1. Nigeria, officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in West Africa and the most populous country on the African continent.

Zaire

  1. Tin is found chiefly in cassiterite (SnO 2). Most of the world's supply comes from Malaya, Bolivia, Indonesia, Zaire, Thailand, and Nigeria. (Web site)

Zambia

  1. While such fraud schemes in the past have been largely associated with Nigeria, they are now prevalent throughout Africa, including Zambia.

Rural Areas

  1. SETTING: Hospitals and clinics in urban and rural areas of Imo State, Nigeria.

Illness

  1. Grange said the illness was very contagious and deadly, adding that it had been identified in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria.
  2. The illness was discovered in 1969 when two missionary nurses died in Nigeria, West Africa.

Venezuela

  1. In Nigeria, Ecuador, Venezuela and Sudan, oil has widened economic divides and the wealth generated engenders conflicts. (Web site)

Prevalence

  1. We undertook to study the prevalence of G.I symptoms in a population of diabetic patients in an urban teaching hospital in Nigeria.

Malawi

  1. Beautiful yellow “canary” tourmalines come from Malawi, while extremely fine rubellites and blue-green tourmalines are found in Nigeria.

Mozambique

  1. In sub-Saharan Africa, storm surge zones are concentrated in Madagascar, Mauritania, Mozambique and Nigeria. (Web site)

Niger River

  1. Nigeria: after the Niger river that flows through the western areas of the country and out into the ocean.
  2. The Songhai people originated in what is now northwestern Nigeria and gradually expanded up the Niger River in the eighth century.

Tanzania

  1. This sentiment is also common in the African countries included in the survey - Nigeria (67%), South Africa (66%) and Tanzania (65%).

Kenya

  1. Many are previously owned vehicles imported from Europe or Japan, while others are assembled from parts in regional centres such as Nigeria or Kenya.
  2. SACU also has plans to negotiate free trade agreements with China, India, Kenya, and Nigeria.

Uganda

  1. Bishops in Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda have all denounced the U.S. church for its liberal views on homosexuality.
  2. Rwanda, Uganda, Central Africa, Kenya, Southern Cone and Nigeria all have significant congregations within U.S. dioceses, and more join them daily.
  3. Nigeria and Uganda are Anglicanism's two largest branches outside England.

Population

  1. This is a list of the largest cities in Nigeria by population.
  2. The four largest Commonwealth nations by population are India at 1.1 billion, Pakistan at 159 million, Bangladesh at 141 million, and Nigeria at 137 million.
  3. With a population of more than 140 million, Nigeria is Africa's most populous country. (Web site)

Capital City

  1. Lokoja is the capital city of Kogi State located in central Nigeria.
  2. Abakaliki is the capital city of the present-day Ebonyi state in southeastern Nigeria.
  3. Umuahia is the capital city of Abia State in south eastern Nigeria.

Republic

  1. Southern Cameroon opted to join the Republic of Cameroon while northern Cameroon chose to remain in Nigeria. (Web site)

South Africa

  1. In Africa, such as Nigeria and South Africa, land snail called ‘giant African snail' is also a traditional food.
  2. Today, reggae bands play in every region, with most of the activity in South Africa, Ivory Coast or Nigeria.
  3. South Africa, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Kenya have dominated the African Athletics Championships, capturing a combined 30 of the 44 gold medals.

Brazil

  1. Slave trading for export ended in Nigeria and elsewhere in West Africa after slavery ended in the Spanish colonies of Brazil and Cuba in 1880. (Web site)
  2. Originally from Central Asia, today ginger is cultivated in all the tropical and subtropical Asian regions, Brazil, Jamaica and Nigeria.
  3. Nigeria and Cameroon have a long standing football rivalry similar to that of Brazil and Argentina. (Web site)

Countries

  1. The substantial Indian population in countries such as South Africa, Nigeria and Morocco allows for box office successes for many Bollywood products. (Web site)
  2. Many cases of LF occur in western Africa in countries such as Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria (7, 23, 27, 29 - 31).
  3. The countries that received the lowest net ODA per capita in 2003 were Nigeria ($2), Togo ($9), Central Africa (13), and South Africa ($14).

Military Coup

  1. February 13 – General Murtala Mohammed of Nigeria is assassinated in a military coup.

Civilian Rule

  1. In 1999, Nigeria returned to civilian rule after 16 years of military rule.

Categories

  1. Geography > Regions > West Africa > Ghana
  2. Science > Geography > Regions > West Africa
  3. Humans > Health > Diseases > Lassa Fever
  4. Geography > Regions > West Africa > Guinea
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