Unicef reckons 4.5-million people need assistance, one million in danger of extreme malnutrition.
Loving the ‘Lagos model’: Buhari turns to taxman as Nigeria bites the bullet and looks away from oil>Dulue Mbachu
Nigeria has one of the lowest tax ratios globally – just 1.6% in 2012. Ghana has 14.9%, South Africa 25% and oil-rich Norway 26.8%
Nigeria’s answer to Spotify and Apple Music lures investors from giant telco MTN to hip hop mogul Jay-Z>
The country's music industry has seen sales triple in the past five years as mobile downloads surged despite rampant piracy.
Buhari moves to tackle Nigeria's oil monster; the money 'eaten' there is bigger than GDP of 38 African nations>
Some estimates put "lost" funds at $50 billion. If it were a country, it would be Africa's 11th biggest economy, at par with Tunisia's entire GDP.
Nigeria’s “over-dependence on other countries for critical military equipment and logistics” is “unacceptable,” says Buhari
On average, a Nigerian breadwinner supports 20 to 30 people. Now they aren’t getting paid as states turn broke>
Oil crisis leaves the state unable to pay its workers, in a crippling disaster that is being described as ‘unprecedented in the democratic era'.