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, Thursday, February 2, 2006:
(Lagos state: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2006-02-02) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Mantu c’ttee drops 3rd term recommendation; why we endorsed constitution amendment- Gov Sherrif; Awoniyi clarifies Malu’s comment on coup; Electoral bill runs into legal hurdles in senate; Nigeria to experience 30 mins eclipse; fire guts Ibadan CBN building; NASS wont back amendments - Sen. Dansadau; former AIG faults constitutional review; PHCN axes 15 employees over fraud; Shagari traces insecurity to corrupt policemen; Fire guts NNPC mega station in Gusau; water shortage hits Abuja city; Meteorologist explains Abuja downpour; FG approves NI00m for erosion control; Kebbi allocates 3,000 hectares for rice production; FG rehabilitates Nasarawa-Alushi loop road; Recruitment: FCC warns EFCC against federal character violation; AGF stalls OPC leaders’ trial; FUT Yola expels 16 students; Court removes Kwali area council chairman; four nabbed over theft of pilgrim’s luggage; five in court for arson, N3.7m worth of property lost; Prof Ayagi’s attackers arrested; Police arrest gang, N.5m recovered; NAFDAC parades makers of fake drinks; police confirm death of five in Lagos; Scholar challenges human rights groups over sentence of rapists; A word for the president; the high hypocrisy of our Northern governors; Hajj 2006 and Nigeria’s foreign policy; world cup: the ouster of our African giants; Re: 2007: Governor Bukar Abba’s burden and the ANPPinYobe; what’s G23 up to in Sokoto?; who is after Hon. Mohammed Kumalia’s life?; UNICEF charges Nigeria on poverty eradication; HIV treatment: FG urges compliance; Hamas ‘revolution’ and a theory for the ‘new middle east’; Saddam fails to appear in court; Iran won’t be cowed – President; Israel halts tax payments to PA; actress sues magazine over swimsuit “photo”; Whales choose mates based on singing – Research; microsoft founder too rich for tax computer to handle; the doting husbands association?; disgruntled GP becomes love doctor; Putin warning over ‘puppet’ NGOs; Spain PM visits troubled enclaves; Eight lraq is killed in Baghdad bombing; Liberia places travel ban on ex-ministers; Zanzibar lifts ban on pregnant school girls; Rebels force Congo radio station off air; Chanchangi denies engine problem on Abuja bound aircraft; Obasanjo invites Spain to invest in Nigerian gas; Akwa Ibom sensitizes indigenes on capital market; BPE allots NAHCO shares to subscribers; How corruption threatens global healthcare –TI; does money save life?; Survey identifies rise in global corruption; Bush warns on heavy dependence on oil; Chinese bank managers charged for money laundering; Kenyan minister resigns over fraud allegation; Enron prosecutor accuses officials of lieing; Kano, Abuja pilgrims accuse officials of negligence; Spanish investors to use waste for power generation; Pandemonium in Isolo as robbers battle police; extortion: Mile 2 commercial drivers cry out; Censors board to clamp down on pornographic film sellers; LASG to audit admissions into sec schools; Police arrest student for alleged cultism; 2001 Presidency: Where are the candidates?; third term: will Obasanjo make a broadcast?; Group sues EFCC, seeks order to probe Bauchi govt; Taraba: COE moves to introduce dress code; Americans want Nigerian scientist, Oyibo, honoured; Leprosy Day: NAFDAC gives lepers N1m; Muslim group raps Denmark over alleged blasphemy; Emir gives panacea for agric dev; NUC to publish list of accredited programmes; Israel assesses proposed agric research centre in Minna; FAAN to hold sixth annual conference; 2nd class stool puts Idoma, Igede at war; we deserved to beat Eagles –Sarr; bonus rumpus hit Eagles camp; Familiar look about last eight; absences to blame for Cup exit, says Dujkovic; Mido doubtful for Egypt q-final; Bafana Bafana return to jeers from fans; Odegbami hails Eagles, but...; Eagles gun for revenge againstTunisia; Tunisia ’ll be no match, says Adeh, others; Premier League: El-Kanemi in N6m debt; Police strike again?.
ItemRestricted Access
Theory of culture
(New York, United States of America: NOK Publishers International Ltd, 1978) Tschumi, Raymond
Their Relationship; Language and Thought: Their Interdependence; Their Limits: The Inexpressible and the Inconceivable; Their Opposition: Being and Not-Being; Their Mutual Reference: Reality, Identity; Their Interplay; The Stakes in the Game: The Sign; Form; Content; Communication: Its Hermetic Nature; Consequence: Solitude; Transcending Their Levels; How Solitude is Transcended by Science; How Solitude is Transcended by Literature; Historical Consequences of this Dual Transcendence; Scientific Research and Language; Literary Creation and Language; Subjectivity and Language; Transcendence and Language; The Self in the Novel; The Lyrical Self and Cosmic Consciousness; Language as a Source of Life and Thought; Language, Time and Freedom; Diachronic Cultural Movements; Language; Time; Freedom; Science and Imagination; Discovery; Meaning; Structures and Outlines of Culture; Conditions for a Methodical Theory of Culture; The Starting Point; Defining the Method; New Dimensions and Their Adequate Figuration; The Problem of Totality; The Objective Validity of the Theory; Metalanguages; Background; Thresholds and Limits; Cultural Communication and Transmission; Sex and Freedom; Artistic and Literary Expression; Correspondence and Compensation; Internal Movements in Literature; Internal Movements in Lyrical Poetry; Internal Movements in the Novel; The Means of Expression in Drama, Films, Cartoons etc; Art and Literature in Perspective; Critical Distance; Comparative Perspective; The Fluctuations of Criticism; Scientific Culture; The Meaning of Reason; Scientific Growth; Scientific Evolution; Derived Forms of Culture; The Theory of Derivation; Religion and Mysticism; Ontology; History; Linguistics; Psychology; Medicine; Pedagogy; Jurisprudence; Social Science;s Recapitulation; Preliminary Remarks; Problems of Method; A Matter of Perspective: Self-Experience; A Matter of Perspective: The Transfer of Identity and External Reality; Disruptions of Cultural Unity; Extralinguistic Aspects of Culture; The Cumulative Conception and the Hierarchy of Values; Personal Judgement and Criteria of Value; Limits to Culture; The Substitution of Experience for Language; Plan of Part Four; Definition of Experience; Substitution; Internal Opening; Limitation of the Experience Content; The Foundation of Experience; Self-Experience and Experience of Otherness; The Involvement of Experience; Cultural Freedom and Responsibility; Cultural Constants; Placing the Constants in a Cultural Situation; Identities as the Content of Experience; Preliminary Remarks; The Dogma of Binary Relations; Theory of Culture, Anthropology and Sociology; Cultural Identification; The Cultural Experience of Reality; The Notion of Cultural Reality; Notions of Reality, Their Testing and Their Reference Value; The External Context of Self-Experience; Reality as the External Context; Convergence of the Two Types of Experience.
ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper Wednesday, August 22, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-22) Media Trust Nigeria Limited
33 banks boost small-scale industries with N4bn; FG, States share N143bn; Obasanjo tasks African leaders on security; Grenade kills teenager in Lafia; November now deadline for NITEL’s sale; Rivers Assembly protests, adjourns indefinitely over murder of legislator; Gov Haruna sacks commissioner; Yorubas will decide over Obasanio at the appropriate time – Ige; Gana commends Haruna’s achievements; Nigeria, Niger Rep take inventory of border resources; Gov Yar’Adua signs Sharia bill into law; Sarah Jibril lambasts critics of Sharia; Lagos CJ refutes media reports; Boni Haruna warns board members against corruption; Anglican bishop to expel priests in secret cult; Pipeline fire threatens Ogoni land; Danger signals from the banks; Buhari, Dikko| and Oputa; NATO plans to disarm Albanian that co n d itio n s are not rebels; NDDC is broke, says MD; GSM charges outrageous -N LC; Workers disrupt Nigeria Airways operations again; Giwa tasks FG on GSM; APC sets up website for Nigerian dealers; Nigeria may lose N58b to vandalisation -Shell boss; NICON boss tasks . Plateau govt on insurance; Behind the sacking o f NAMA Boss; Jigawa to spend N40m on monuments; NULGE rejects new revenue formula; Muslim youths condemn ban on use of affected imported product; Displaced persons threaten hunger strike; House faces N900m fine over bribery scandal; Group opposes Adesina’s re-election; Issues in the new revenue allocation formula; Ondo commissioner questioned over N23m theft; Man jailed over N30,000 forged cheque; M an, 50, falls victim of police bullet; Three PDP members remanded in prison custody for conspiracy; Ex-Army major charged with robbery; Eight ritualists in police net; Fake NAFDAC officials arrested; Work starts on Gwarimpa Housing Estate; Patients decry poor services in Garki General Hospital; Com m unity leader calls for increased security in Tasha; Lawal, Tchoutang not wanted at Roda; Velappan slams Afro-Asian stadia; Canadian Embassy lambast Sports Ministry; There are no mafia in Super Eagles –Erico; Samaranch goes back to hospital; Maradona regrets taking drugs; Amodu wants NFA to clarify his status.
ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper Thursday, August 23, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-23) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Gani Adams arrested; Why Aikhomu was stopped – FG; 12 shot dead in renewed Nasarawa crisis; FG appoints Bank of Industry MD; Community demands seven virgins from NEPA; FG directs ministries to submit proposals; No threat to GSM operation -F G; Sharon proposes end to violence; Consumer council kicks against GSM tariffs; World Bank not dictating to Nigeria –Ogbulafor; Reactivate railways, FG urged; ’police deny knowledge of OPC rally; Promote Sharia through your conducts - Maitama tells muslims; Ministry organizes conference for clerical officers; Commissioner of Police escapes robbery attack; Baale lambasts A ... muslims over disunity; Cross River reiterates plan to uplift judiciary; Scholar enjoins muslims to show good example; Berger commissions head office; Rivers rehabilitates secretariat with N1.9b; NHF contribution is mandatory; Abuja Stadium: Govt allays fears of environmentalists; Overcoming misconceptions about desertification in Nigeria; FG inaugurates committee on Rio summit; Man attacks neighbours over goat pen; Government to implement Rotimi Panel’s report; Eguavoen lauds Eagles technical crew; Senate President Cup kicks off Oct 14; Nestle for Milo basketball gets new date; Rugby protests exclusion.
ItemOpen Access
Daily trust newspaper Monday, August 27, 2001:
(Lagos State: Media Trust Nigeria Limited, 2001-08-27) MEDIA trust Nigeria limited
Auto crash claims 49; Court releases detained Islamic cleric; I’m not after Atiku’s job-Makarfi; Kebbi Assembly against ID card project; Gov Akume says Tiv people not killed; N/Assembly begins new legislative year tomorrow; The detention and trial of Sheikh Yakubu ; Former AIG carpets FG over Aikhomu’s ban; Don’t abuse press freedom - Yobe Gov tells journalist; Hero worship the Kogi State style; Nigeria assesses implementation of Earth Summit decisions; Israeli troops kill Palestinian near the border crossing with more than 150 Israelis, have policeman; FG moves to strengthen free zones scheme; NITEL privatization time-table out; BPE dialogues with NITEL staff union; LG boss decry proposed revenue allocation formula; NBA amends constitution; FG to establish frequency management council soon; NAFDAC urges Sokoto Assembly to legislate against pure water; We need sovereign conference on Ilorin leadership — General Adisa; Balarabe Musa faults privatization program; Ex-servicemen protest unfair treatment; Wada Nas condemns critics of naira note; Obasanjo supports national conference – Ige; Foreign NGO to build hospital in Sanga LG; Islamic group on nationwide peace tour; Science and tech, the way out- Minister; NITEL to upgrade training centres; Criminals turn to Internet; Avoiding pitfalls in technology transfer agreements (1); New cell phone to locate users; Football clubs to broadcast matches online; Computer security firms gang up against viruses; African commonwealth parliamentarians converge in Abuja; Ebonyi: youthful pearl of the east; Laraba, the agile wood gatherer; Man nabbed over attempt to kill father; Pharmaceutical coy d rags twenty establish m en t to court; Mararaba residents convert streets to refuse dumps; Gwagwalada to commission secretariat soon; No going back on illegal settlements – Alabi; Corps members praise N A N for support; Nwosu tasks students on HIV/AIDS; Illegal waste dump-sites grow along Abuja - Suleja highway; NAF assures of safety in Nyanya-Keffi express; Girl, 22, receives acid bath in Mabushi; FG reposes confidence on FCDA Board; Kenya invites Nigeria for rugby friendly; Stam confirms possible move to Lazio; Dortmund crash in German Cup first round; NFA to sign fresh contract with Amodu; VIXEN contract breaks NFA board;