National Repository of Nigeria

The Apex Repository of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with objectives to:

  • Preserve in electronic format the intellectual and cultural resources of Nigeria for posterity.
  • Increase the visibility of the Nigerian knowledge storehouse and its scholarly, literary and cultural heritage; and
  • Increase the availability and accessibility of Nigerian content to the global community.

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  • Speeches/Essays of past and present Presidents, Political office holders of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and other well meaning Nigerians
  • Collection containing extensive selection of framed autographs, manuscripts, historical books and materials from pre-colonial times
  • A collection of the constitutions, Laws and Acts of the Federal Government of Nigeria, all Political parties and parastatals
  • Historical information of Nigerians based on personal narration
  • A collection of all official government gazettes and circulars by the Federal Government of Nigeria and its federating states.
  • A collection of writings on different subjects published in journals and other periodicals
  • A collection of Maps of different locations in Nigeria
  • A collection of detailed written study of a single specialised subject or an aspect of it

Recent Submissions

ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper, Wednesday, February 8, 2006:
(Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2006-02-08) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Nigeria crashes out; Kano assembly burns Danish, Norwegian flags; 3rd term: CNPP, others tell Obasanjo to emulate Mbeki; Plot to break ANPP thickens; FG to establish African Investment Bank; Nigeria’s first vet doctor, Bukar Shuaibu, dies at 79; 2007: I’m not fronting for IBB-Kontagora; Obasanjo accuses NASS of stalling reforms; FCT disburses N1.5m to indigenes; ACD for launch Saturday -Jimeta in charge; Mantu’s committee members move to change hearing venues; APRM offers another chance for good governance –Ekaette; N28.8m scam: Registrar, 2 others know fate Feb 27; Youths set ablaze suspected ritualists in Zaria; 2005: Fire kills 19 in Jigawa; Kano coy severs ties with Danish partners; Goodluck deal for Bayelsians; X-raying Adamawa’s revenue board; Random News: Read by Kounta Kinti; The role of the youth in national development; The West’s ‘knowledgeable ignorance’ and clash of civilizations; Kabila to contest DR Congo poll; Koreans express confidence on leader; Annan to use prize money for Africa foundation; Four US marines killed in Iraq bombings; Tensions rise in Denmark-Iran row; Haiti set for landmark elections; US presidents expected at king funeral; 13 killed, 11 hurt in Afganistan bombing; China editor died after beating; Squirrels, cows, kebabs top odd British insurance claims; Potato danger: you want collision with that?; Nigeria saves N160bn through due process; NAGAFF president warns on port reform s; Police nab 14 stowaways; Customs agents release election guidelines; Will G8 deliver on Africa’s promises in 2006?; Groups confirms Nigeria’s BB- rating by Fitch; Makuju urges confederation of professional bodies; NMA partners banks for increased capacity; Coca-Cola reports drop in profit; Nigeria sales boost PZ Cussons; China poses threat to UK economy; Cartoons: Iran cuts trade ties with Denmark; Oil price drops below $65; Two arrested for alleged attempt to defraud company of N1.2m; robbers attack Trust staff; man, 30, in court for stealing computer accessories Pirates wreak havoc on Bayelsa waterways; Three in court for damaging computer; Alamieyeseigha’s illness stalls trial; Bolingo Hotel cashier detained over missing $23,000; Motorists send SOS to govt on Sheka Road; Shekarau tasks NPC on accurate census figures; Tinubu inaugurates panel on Aiah crisis; Five injured in area boys, Keke NAPEP operators clash; Five feared dead in Obalende bus accident; IBB, not party to Edo impeachment scare; Niger-Delta students seek 25% oil derivation; Obaseki advises Ribadu on IBB; Abuja’s 30th anniversary: The history; Buildings everywhere, but not for the poor; FG awards Nasarawa-Loko-AIushi loop road; REDAN to hold two day national workshop; how to individualize your bedroom; CVJA, NUJ forge closer ties; Census: NURTW begins nationwide tour; FG begins eviction of legal occupants in games village; NAPEP charges community on poverty eradication; Muazu unveils plan for judiciary Libel: Yerima Network sues desert herald; Zaki steers Egypt into Cup final; Chelsea still in race to sign Adu; Bada assures on Commonwealth games; All set for Mobil trials.
ItemOpen Access
Daily Trust Newspaper Wednesday, April 20, 2009:
(Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2009-04-20) MEDIA Trust Nigeria Limited
Nigeria pays $1.5 billion in 2 years; FG cut salaries of public officers by 20%; Zungeru: A forgotten former capital; Kaduna Kidnapping: Abdctors demand N20 million – Police; AP vs Dangote: Otedola testifies before EFCC; Nigeria pays $1.5 billion in 2 years; 10 roasted to death in Kano ghastly accident; Famous Kannywood actress Jamila Haruna dies in accident; Delegates arrive Abuja for PDP convention; Yuguda’s defection: No rift between Gov, Deputy – Kundak; Peace Keeping: UN officials commend Nigeria; AC faults 2011 campaign for Yar’adua; Ibru, Babalakin commend Yar’adua on PPP; Arewa leaders meet to strategies on strengthening democracy; How to achieve Vision 2020, by Shamsuddeen; NEMA warns states on flood, dam breakages; Hajj 2009: Obtain be-passport to avoid embarrassment; NUPENG hails FG over LPR endorsement; Turaki flown to Singapore for treatment; FG to scrap Nigeria Railway Corporation; We stand on April 14 elections – PDP chieftain; Nigeria yet to fully benefit from Commonwealth – Envoy; Gombe Central Mosque to gulp N600m; NTA receives FCC compliance certificate; Police, Zamfara students to clash over protest; FOMWAN launches strategies to improve health indices today; Customs: FG launches reforms task force; Israel launches life saving programme for Nigerian children; Kano state endorces rebranding campaign; Namadi to form borehole users association; Police nab kidnappers in kogi; e-passport: Zamfara pilgrims may be delayed; Councillors honour six northern governors; Anniversary: Lamido extols virtues of Mallam Aminu Kano; Health Minister tasks govs. On Federal Medical Centers; Aliero to open accountants confab Monday; Niger appoints hajj commission members; Akwa Ibom govt links opposition to kidnapping; MDGs office engages 45000 teachers for UBE scheme; NAF command to take inventory of new fighter jets; Gov. Aliyu flags f cropping season; NARTO, NUPENG welcome Railway’s revitalisation; Ekiti donates vehicle to security agencies; Who then speaks for the industry?; Anticipating South Africa’s next president; FG’s N200b agric scheme on to a faulty start; Generator death as environmental and health challenge; Re: Politics of river basins authorities; Mandela calls for unity at final ANC poll rally; NATO ships, helicopters hunt down 7 pirates; Malawi ex-president endorses rival for elections; Sudan bars opposition leader Turabi from travel; Bouteflika vows to pursue reconciliation; Ahmadinejad urges justice for jailed US reporter; Pakistan: Suspected US missiles kill 3, wound 5; Sri Lanka: 17 rebels dead in clashes to clear road; Chavez to restore US ambassador; Joint operation thwarted new ETA attack – Spain; FG pays petrol marketers N50bn subsidy arrears; FG unveils 3-point agenda for textile revival; N200bn loan may go to fake farmers – Rice farmers; Jama are basin underutilized; Fake seed dealer in police net; FAAC summons NNPC GMD over N450bn; Soludo briefs press on the challenges of CBN today; Kabo air commences direct international flight; Unity Bank gets new Executive Directors; Oceanic Insurance pays N497m claims in 2 ½ years; UBA groups train small entrepreneurs; Now is time to make money from stocks – APT boss; Mothers of twins face twice the risk of baby blues; Motorola may spin-off cell phone division; Economic meltdown hits ICT sector; …as Global IT job losses exceed 160,000; Apple tops customer satisfaction survey; Glo credits subscribers with N2000 free air time; Server attacks resurface, experts warn; Surveyors brainstorm on seven point agenda;
ItemRestricted Access
Gbagyi Boda
(Samtom Creation, 2014) SHEKWOLO, Gbagyiza Donaye
Gbagyi alphabets; Combination of consonants and vowels for pronunciation; Some domestic animals; Common animals; Kitchen utensils; Musical instruments; Body parts; Taste; Tools; Things we wear; Rooms in a home; Seasons/ Times; Figures
ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper Tuesday, December 18, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-12-18) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Igbo threatens to leave Kano;Failed Contract: PTF owes, me N5.8m, says Senator Aluko; Jos killings group indicts; Wada Nas declares for app; electoral law: go to court Okadigbo urges Nigerians; war against ghost workers reduces Adamawa salary bill by N4m; Gombe awards N60m road contract within eight; Okadigbo lambasts Adelaja over ex-biafran soldiers; electoral la w g r o u p h e a d s t o c o u r t; FG to sink 43,000 boreholes next year; ASUU kicks against privatization; Abdulsalami leads poll monitors in Zambia; The North and Atiku: another view; Niger state youth and self-reliance; Adamawa State: Is Boni Haruna the ‘messiah’?; When Jos ‘sneezes’ Nigeria catches cold; Israel, US react coldly to Arafat’s speech; Palestinian police shut down militants’ offices; UN medics tackle Ebola in Gabon; Japan hosts confab on child sex trade; Portuguese PM to resign after defeat; Sharks to spend two months feasting on whale; Plane crash kills 16 in Colombia; UK police threaten protests over pay; Company reports from NSE; Trading drops at stock exchange; Investors shun CBN treasury bills; Sanusi inaugurates committee on SMEs investment scheme; CBN expands scope of money transfer; Three injured in police, Hisba clash; Bagaji-Agada community protests merger with Keffi; Bizman arraigned in court over forgery; Board collects N200m from intending pilgrims; Christians seek redress in Sharia courts; NEPA moves to recover N900m debt; Our debts are fraudulent - Senator Anka; Obasanjo commends Abaji Council chairman; AMAC chairman flays prolifertion of driving schools; 3 million Nigerians live with diabetes; Menstrual cycle affects chest pain; New light on sterilisation technology; Athens behind schedule; Onigbinde, Ojugbana sweat for S-G post; Anyim Cup to be held annually.
ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper Thursday, December 13, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-12-13) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Obasanjo lambasts secessionist; World Bank flays cost of Abuja stadium; Osun crisis: Lawmakers, ex-commissioner docked; FG awards N25.6bn NASS contract; AD lawmakers threaten legal action; Fire Service chief explains Wuse market inferno; Atiku returns from Umrah; Ex-First Lady sues for $400m; FG builds market in Kano; House queries 2002 budget; FG announces Hajji fares; Anthrax scare in N/Assembly is a hoax - Senator Omu; Abacha lot: FG statement of defence; Police impounds smuggled cars; Sokoto spends N400m on water; Tradition suspends Tsav over utterances council; Union wants more funds for Polys; Tafawa Balem clashes: Police boss assures returnees Tafawa Balem clashes: Police boss assures returnees; Nigeria is not food deficient; The rage of Abuja market inferno; Columning and North-bashing; M e m o to S o k o t o P D P; The new president; I support reprisal action in Zaki Biam; Bravo Yunusa; Open letter to Governor Mu’azu; Conflicts: What multiethnic societies need to do; US envoy, Moroccan king to confer on M/East; Israeli helicopter raids leave three dead; US officials meet Iraqi Kurds; Baby rapists docked in South Africa; Zimbabwe holds election in March; Fresh fighting in WALiberia, thousands flee; Bush backs out of ’72 nuclear pact; Tamil Tiger attacks claim; Singapore declares war on crows; ‘Terrorist’ squad sends Xmas wishes; Chinese president visits Burma; N/Alliance capture French al-Qaeda fighter; Teenagers admit creating computer virus; NIPC lists obstacles to foreign investment inflow; Chikwe inaugurates anti-corruption committee; NLC backs fuel price hike; Aboki Zhawa inaugurates ALSCON pension board; NEPA can generate 4,000 MW, but…-A g a g u; Power supply improves in Maiduguri; December 31 deadline a myth -Handaz boss; Batagarawa calls fo; r U.S. assistance; Police beg NITEL to restore telephone lines; Women decry use of violence in resolving disputes; Clergywoman tasks Christian clerics; NUJ urges FG to curb crime, communal crises; FG, others urged to Page 19 resolve communal crises; Church calls on Obasanjo to stop demolition; NO A DG advises against party registration; 250 retired soldiers seal bank; Nige’s exemplary conduct on LG creation; Electoral Law can cause anarchy - APP Vice chairman; ROBBERY IN KUBWA; Setraco begins demolition in Nyanya; Algerian embassy moves to Abuja; Power supply deteriorates in Old Karmo; Uphold ethics, FCT Minister urges journalists; Motherless babies home appeals for public support; Obasanjo’s FCT tour in retrospect; AKU queries NFA; Proleague kicks off this weekend; Sampras gets wild eared for Australian Hardcourt; Vietnam offers Frenchman U-23 coaching job; Bewarang eyes league shield FA cup; Samaranch returns to sports administration; Boca Juniors accounts frozen over Caniggia debt; Blackburn humiliates Arsenal; Desailly denies reports on Manchester United move; Why Nigerian polytechnics are backward; Rimi VS FRCN;