The government of Buhari, elected last year on an anti-corruption platform, said it has recovered more than $500 million of missing state funds
Buhari's new headache: Nigerian oil rebels 'blow up' facility operated by US firm Chevron in Delta state
"A previously unknown group called the Niger Delta Avengers has claimed responsibility for the incident," spokesman says
Nigeria says $15 billion stolen in security scams by Jonathan govt, three times more than earlier estimates
The looted amount “is more than half of the current foreign reserves" of Africa's largest economy
It’s hard to “disappear” 300 young men, but society makes it possible for women to disappear behind burkhas, high walls, and other forms of servitude
Nigerian probe finds contractors stole over $618 million; now Buhari government wants the money back
The crimes commission has been ordered to investigate some of the 300 contractors to determine if another 75 billion naira should be recovered
Nigeria's Buhari comes up against 'the Goodluck Jonathan alibi'—it could see high-profile suspects walk scot free
A deal that ensured Nigeria's historic election went through is coming back to bite the new regime's anti-corruption drive.
Damning provisions included $4m to update a website, rent for his palace and more cash for a presidential clinic than for the public.
In new ranking, the surprise countries that kept Africa’s democracy ticking—and the future of ‘The Nigeria Effect’
Nigeria’s much-acclaimed election offset the sharp deterioration in South Africa, Burundi, according to The Economist’s respected Democracy Index.
Giving a breakdown of the alleged theft, the minister said 15 former state governors stole 146.84 bn naira and 11 businessmen took 653 bn naira
“Yes, there is a witch-hunt, because there are witches all over the place”
What Obama gets in foreign gifts—including this rather cheeky one from ex-Nigeria president Goodluck Jonathan
Every year the US government publishes a list of who have what--and African leaders would just not be African leaders if they did not feature.
“The degree of transparency we’re starting to get with the new administration is hugely positive,” says an analyst who looks at the bright side.
Conflict has displaced 1.6 million, almost a third of the state’s population and Boko Haram has razed villages, schools, hospitals and businesses.
Continent sorely needs an economic leader to step up, but standing in the president’s way is an ingrained culture of corruption
After 7 months, Buhari appoints cabinet; Kemi Adeosun is finance minister, second woman in row to hold post
Adeosun faces an oil-dependent country suffering from a fall in crude prices in the past year, an economy growing at its slowest pace this decade.
Four former state governors and the current head of the state oil firm have also been tapped as ministers.
Buhari magic or just chance? Long a symbol of national pain, Nigeria's near-dead oil refineries splutter to life again
We will make Nigeria proud again, managers say as continent's biggest crude producer starts 'domesticating' refining.
Nigerians nicknamed power authority (NEPA) "Never Expect Power Always". When it changed to (PHCN) they mocked it as the “Problem Has Changed Name.”
Long-dead Nigeria refineries starting up, power output has nearly doubled — in only 100 days, is president Buhari on to something?
Nicknamed 'Baba Go Slow' by his critics, the new Nigerian president is yet to pick a Cabinet, but there are notable tangible gains under his rule.