Buhari has returned to the West African nation after nearly two months spent in the UK. His prolonged absence left many speculating about his health
Country awaits how much of deputy Osinbajo's policy changes during president's seven-week absence will stay.
The longer that student protests remain unresolved, the more intractable their unintended consequences will become.
Nigeria is struggling with its first recession in 25 years and critics say Buhari was slow to respond to the crisis.
Aisha Buhari, Nigeria's first lady says she cannot back her husband's re-election campaign because of leadership disarray.
Ethnic divisions persist in countries like Nigeria, not because the 'cultures' of those countries
The government of Buhari, elected last year on an anti-corruption platform, said it has recovered more than $500 million of missing state funds
Investment into Nigeria has shriveled as foreigners are deterred by capital controls
Investment into Nigeria has shriveled as foreigners are put off by capital controls needed to defend the currency’s peg
The militants also renewed a warning to oil companies not to attempt to repair pipelines and facilities damaged by attacks
Speculation over the president's health has been swirling for weeks after he cancelled three official engagements
Seeking to avoid religious violence, Buhari condemns killing of Nigerian pastor’s wife for 'blasphemy’
Africa’s most populous nation with 180 million people is divided into a largely Christian south and Muslim-dominant north
In addition to an economy battered by falling oil prices, Nigeria is also now facing the rise of violence in more parts of the country
Africa’s biggest economy is set to enter a recession—and the president could soon run out of goodwill
There had been strong speculation of a more flexible rate of exchange, which would have been seen as Buhari climbing down.
The last flight will be June 30, after which Delta Air Lines will be the only major US carrier flying to Africa. It was coming, and more could follow.
Anti-corruption declarations won’t rid world of the age-old scourge, but states can do a lot to help
Real estate is one of the easiest ways to launder ill-gotten wealth. More than 100,000 properties in England and Wales are owned by foreign companies
The jihadist militants have been "diminished and forced to retreat", but not defeated yet
Return stolen assets, Buhari tells Cameron after UK premier said Nigeria one of 'most corrupt' nations in world
Buhari said corruption was a "hydra-headed monster" that was "endemic and systematic" in Nigeria