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 Monday, August 6, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-06) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Opening old wounds at Oputa; Obasanjo orders arrest of retired generals; I have no presidential ambition –Atiku; Retreats to restore Forces’ dignity –Obasanjo; Presidency cautions sports ministry; FG votes over N11.24bn for roads in Gombe and Yobe States; FG promotes 890 in Nigeria Immigration Service, 366 in Prisons; Rain destroys farmlands in Kano; FG awards design contracts for federal roads; ABU, SSANU reach agreement; Jigawa spends N42m on mosques, religious materials; NUC boss backs university reform; School threatens to expel truants; Dredging the Niger will enhance Nigeria - US trade; Confessions at Oputa Panel not enough - Gov.Osoba; O p u t a : B e y o n d th e Ohanezea n d A r e w a ‘battle ’; Obasanjo in the world; Public relations, truth and credibility; Privatisation for who?; Moroccans renew allegiance to King Mohammed VI; Ayatollah postpones Khatami’s swearing-in; Soldiers rescue 13 Filipino hostages; Russia, North Korea deny missile threat; NEPA declares Enugu region worst in vandalisation; Shell records another spillage; Multinationals get directives on local content; Niger Insurance targets N1b premium; Management, workers jostle for 11% FG shares; NITEL investors can amend sale agreement; Don’t privatise NPA. MWUN advises FG; The defences of ancient Katsina; JARIRI: Surviving as nail-cutter in Nigeria; NSA condoles Emir over flood disaster; L a g o s to recruit 5 ,0 0 0 teachers; Indigenous contractors should sit up-Madaki; Benue NULGE demands more fund from FG; Kano provides seedlings to quelea birds victims; Navy reacts to Rasheed Raji’s ejection; Flood destroys houses in Sokoto; NUJ gives ultimatum to New Nigerian management; Treasury looters threaten stability of Nigeria—NO A Director; Presidential jet: N/Assembly was pressurised, says Girei; Gov.Audu signs Kogi varsity bill; Izuogu heads new Progressive Liberation Party; IT can improve health sector, food production; Legal and ethical issues on information communication technology convergence (I); What makes Orji UzorKalu tick?; War College pledges loyalty to civil authority; Court orders arrest of General; Niger CJ releases 45 detainees - in mates express thanks with faeces; Couple charged for child theft; Fake NDA cadet jailed for fraud, impersonation; Passenger stabs conductor in Yola; Two murder suspects remanded in Kirikiri; AIDS doctor calls patients to herbal cure; Abuja NLC pleads with minister on demolition; Zhawa advises civil servants on retirement; Igbo traders object suspension of Eze Igbo; Abuja to host Christian congress on African Unity; Finidi passes Ipswich medical; Oliseh caught up in transfer row; Williams, Hide set for showdown; Nigerian nails Real Madrid;
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Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 7, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-07) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Only Oputa panel can compel former leaders to appear –Anyim; Sharia takes off in Kaduna; Over 160 delegates in Abuja for Commonwealth conference; Nigerians to consume 1.8m cubic feet of gas daily; Don decries low education standard in the North; TAC gulps $22.5m since 1987; Rep sheds light on Taraba skirmishes; 3 firms emerge winners in national stadium bidding; FG plans full-fledged postgraduate varsity –Borisade; PDP stalwart advises LG agitators; Nsukka LG workers protest zero allocation to councils; Court orders destruction of beer, gin in Funtua; Emir of Zazzau named UNN new chancellor; Nigerian customs loses public relations officer; President Clinton’s move to Harlem; Oputa and the human rights saga; Fighting escalates in Middle East; Iran: Emergency council meets to resolve presidential stalemate; Zimbabwe declares US restriction bill racist; Israel publishes list of most wanted Palestinians; 15 Chinese Doctors docked for alleged smuggling; British, Irish governments await Parties' backing for peace; Megawati enters palace, at last; Bolivia’s Banzer hands over power to VP; Australia's most wanted fugitive dies; India asylum blaze kill 25; CBN sells N42b treasury bills; Union Bank posts N7b profit; Revenue Formula: Lagos presses for review; Liberty Bank backs credit rating campaign; NAICOM, SEC may resolve differences soon; MWUN kicks against N5.8breposition credit for Nigerdock; Port clears over 3,000 containers; Aboki charges NMA pension board on disbursement; Idiroko Customs rake in N111m; Nigeria’s oil production fluctuates; GSM centre strategises ahead of Thursday’s kick-oft; CMB, Gaslink sign gas agreement; Plateau State at 25:Going down memory lane; Deputy Governor charges LG personnel; Senate to float medium to check one-sided publicity; Workshop participants recommend telecoms experts for security agencies; F G to re - in t ro d u c e w e ig h b r id g e s on fe d e ra l ro a d s; 2003: Nigeria must not vote unwilling leaders –Ali; Group opposes party registration by INEC; We will make party registration simple - Senator Girei; Odili gives recipe for survival of democracy; LG chairman urged to abide by three years tenure; FG decries unavailability of insecticide-treated bed nets; South Africa: 23 percent of pregnant women test positive to AIDS; UNICEF evolves new strategy for reducing infant mortality; Baby-friendly community initiative for launch today; Spate of strikes in health sector worries minister; Population is our priority –Nwosu; WHO to relocate office; 438 FG retirees receive pension; Safeguard democracy, Minister advises Abuja NBA; Nigerien women to shop for skills in Abuja; Aku may cancel associations’ elections; Gov. didn’t contest for NABA chairmanship -Edo DOS; Ogbe, Tornadoes coach, resigns over team funding; Golden Greene breaks pain barrier; Sports Ministry seeks Eagles World Cup Programme;
ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 8, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-08) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
FG votes N20m to combat quelea birds; States, LGs share N98.071b in July; IMF indicts Nigeria over reckless spending; Robbers send medical team back to US; Senator warns states against LG elections; Drumming, singing not completely illegal - Sharia commission; Provost w ants A SU U , SSA N U to stop strikes; NTA stations will boost UBE programme - Mrs. Obasanjo; PDP vows to reinstate deposed LG chairman; NEPA to generate 4,000 megawatts by December; Students disrupt activities at FUT Minna; FG moves to ban adolescent marriages; NCWC calls for responsive leadership; New national housing policy ready next year – Obasanjo; Politicising the ID card project; Banks without interest; 2003: Beware of lust for power; Is Ganiyu Adams a sacred cow; Opposition captures key Somali port; Humanitarian consequences in DRC are grave, says report; Syrian opposition leader calls for political reform; US threat: ANC advises against dictation at conference on racism; Suharto’s son indicted over judge’s murder; Cambodia set for Khmer Rouge tribunal; Romania pit blast ‘kills 14’; Philippines rebels accept peace deal; NACRDB to disburse N300m; Centre-Point joins Universal Banking soon; Union Bank’s assets hit N214b; Indemnity finance nets N144m; Inland Bank launches new products; Cornerstone Insurance posts N630m premium; MMA customs generates N2.9b in six months; BON opens tv\ o Maiduguri branches; FG to distribute fuel through waterways; Nigeria, Japan sign N600m rural electrification note; Nigeria, Japan sign N600m rural electrification note; Rivers Govt orders location of police post in refinery; NEPA begins customers' registration in Kano; Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi commends Governor Bafarawa; F G should relax conditions on electricity generation - Gov Dariye; Onoja makes case for Idoma unity, discipline; Nwodo condemns frequent foreign tours by lawmakers; Turaki’s deputy denies resigning position; Labour unions proffer solutions to Nigeria’s problems; The wonder called Abuja marriage!; The reputable match maker; Man forges NYSC posting letter; Gold and Tones concert holds in Abuja; Mrs Obasanjo woos tourists, investors; Robbers kill policeman, eight others; Plateau State police nab fake detective; Niger Dock cashier in court over theft charges; Notorious robber appears in court; Lagos gov sued over high cost of litigation; Three wonder foods coy staff charged to court; Girl dumps baby in creek; Eaglets coach calls for more friendlies; Adefarati tasks Eagles on World Cup; LG Electronics boosts Berger’s Champions League campaign; Olympian takes case to National Assembly;
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Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 14, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-14) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Sokoto to fight sand-dunes with N150m; North adopts new agric strategy; NASS backs police fund; ‘IBB will soon appear before Oputa Panel’; Palestinians close shops in anti-Israeli protest; FG to stem industrial pollution in Kaduna State; ‘FG committed to technical education’; Mrs. Obasajo tasks women politicians; Obasanjo intervenes in Anambra crisis; Adamawa NLC sets up committee on hou in g scheme deductions; FG to sink 23,000 boreholes nationwide – Minister; [Association blames ministry on failure of agriculture; Customers owe NEPA N2 bn in Kano zone — G M; Customers owe NEPA N2bn in Kano zone — G M; B A S E P A begins pilot scheme on desert control; CBN mops N31.4b excess liquidity; Banking sector dominates NSE transactions; NDIC declares N4b liquidation dividend for 23 banks; NITEL rakes in N2b from government agencies; Plateau Accountant-General urges strategic budget planning; Eleme petrochemicals’ process units now functional —Dennar; Maritime unions support port reforms; Nigeria's crude production hits 16m bpd; Mandilas launches Skoda Fabia; NEPA commissions 15MVA transformer in Kano; Plateau Govt tasks LGs on budget; Don lists ways of tackling universities’ problems; Minister stresses community participation in UBE; High court restrains O Y SG from demolishing estate; N 90m trip: Kano Assembly under fire; AD condemns FEC over N National ID Card; Ex-minister canvasses support for Dariye; Encourage retired officers to participate in politics -youths leader; Benue Assembly work; NAFDAC destroys N83m worth of drugs; Israel seeks greater health cooperation with Nigeria; Community participation important to T good breastfeeding habits – Ndalolo; Health professionals to go on retreat; Expert identifies cause o f failure o f population policy; Emzor receives award; 600 VVF patients in Illela; HIV/AIDS and its cure; NITR alerts on epidemic; WHO ranks Nigeria health system low; Police arrest corps member over bank robbery; Woman docked for 419; Girl killed in boyfriend’s residence; FCT minister calls for T more resourceful youths; Yayale tasks trade unions on dialogue; Isma’il counsels on nation building; Lizard disrupts wedding in Idu; Kwali chairman gets good performance rating; Nigeria’s contingent disqualified for fielding over-aged players; 300 athletes benefit from basketball clinic; Ibeabuchi’s attorney deserts him for non-payment of legal fees; NFA disowns Julius Berger;
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Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 20, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-20) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Doctors strike worsened health; Army rejects Biafran soldiers; 2003: PDP endorses automatic ticket for incumbents; Nigeria to establish trade office in China; Adesanya warns AD governors; Power to hire, fire still resides in FCSC; Rainstorm wrecks havoc in Adamawa; Zamfara official remanded in prison; Nigeria, Niger border disputes end soon –officials; : Emir urges IBB, others not to appear; Re: Rimi and disrespect to Obasanjo; Lere elders are peace lovers, not killers; Re: Buhari ‘Muslim president’ controversy; Angola: A tale of landmines and ruins of war; Israel attacks Palestinian post; Briton held over orphan abuse; Iran police to begin moral campaign; Explosion rocks Spanish resort; UK unionists want child farm labour banned; MMA terminal reconstruction commences soon; NITEL condemns media reports on Lagos fire; NITEL bidding document From Ralriya A. M uham m ad, out tomorrow; NCP appoints consultants for EMCON; NASI faults AON’s stand on FAAN’s privatization; Tales of a triumphant school teacher; UBE tasks social mobilization workers; Nigerians urged to support NDLEA; Oputa Panel: A C F to make statement over IB B soon; 6,000 apply for prison job in Benue; Collapsed bridge claims two lives in Jigawa; Adamawa spends N244m on pension, gratuity; FRCN to post correspondents to local government areas; NASS won’t pass any bill on ID card - Maitama Yusuf; ACF appoints Mohammed Haruna committee member; Sokoto PDP under attack from govt; Abeokuta South AD suspends chairman; Edo lawmaker awards scholarship to indigent students; Bayelsa lawmaker loses Nl,5m to driver; Information technology is key area in Nigeria - Alhaji Abdullahi; NAMA assures airspace safety with IT equipment; Engage only CPN registered professionals – expert; Computer Developers Aiming to Exterminate the Mouse; US builds mega computer; Internet Tips: Double up with internet connection sharing; Arundhati Roy, India’s award-winning female novelis; Assassins murder bizman in Katsina; Court convicts two girls for prostitution; FG owns 23,297 houses in Abuja – report; NCWS hols seminar on crisis management; Dualisation of NyanyaKeffi road worries minster;