Martin Luther reformed the Christian church to prevent the marketing of religion. But in Africa, the debate over blending God and cash is very timely
Nigerian authorities have said 82 Chibok schoolgirls have been released into military custody in the north of the country.
Northeast Nigeria continues to battle the armed group Boko Haram with devastating results for already embattled health systems
Rumours about the health of Buhari have swirled in the last few months and he is now said to be working from home.
Ghana and Nigeria are the first countries to respond to reports of European companies exploiting weak fuel standards in Africa.
Over 4.7 million people in northeast Nigeria are in dire need of basic amenities like food, water and shelter, says Oxfam
Nigeria’s cybercrime's been rated the 3rd worst globally, namely for ‘419’ fraud but the term covers a range of crimes, more common in western nations
Political intrigue?: Hama Amadou was forced to run his presidential campaign from a prison cell and is now being probed for baby trafficking
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.
On Monday, Nigerian citizens were warned against non-essential travel to the US.
In Nigeria, Boko Haram is recruiting women and girls to carry out suicide bomb attacks.
The latest figures showed that the gross domestic product shrunk by 1.5% last year, largely due to oil production disruptions
The film — the first feature-length film to show at the festival — deals with "the bravery of women".
Locals see solutions to both oil crisis and unemployment in legalising small bush refineries in Niger Delta.
From 1977 to 1985, Onyeabor released nine albums of electro-funk, which he recorded, pressed and printed at his personal pressing plant.
The country is pushing cashew production to cash in on the international demand for the kernels.
Amidst the lowest growth level in sub-Saharan Africa in more than two decades, a report predicts unemployment will rise to 201-million worldwide.
Beijing regards Taiwan as a renegade province, ineligible for state-to-state relations, and to be taken back by force if necessary