The government of Buhari, elected last year on an anti-corruption platform, said it has recovered more than $500 million of missing state funds
British PM tells Queen London summit will host the`fantastically corrupt', says Nigeria among the worst
Buhari writes that corruption became a "way of life" under "supposedly accountable democratic governments"
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
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
Resource curse: 'We were unable to diversify our economy, and we can [now] only afford to live within our means
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.
Among past government officials standing trial in the corruption cases include 15 former governors, and four former ministers
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”
Muhammadu Buhari also five homes and shares in the firms, while his deputy is seemingly worth considerable more
Elected for his strong image, Nigeria president Buhari's latest challenge is from unexpected quarters - the budget
Closely-watched spending plan may make or break his credibility with voters—just months after an election that was full of optimism.
Buhari's critics call him 'Baba Go Slow' because of his slow spaces, and analysts have complained that he has been vague about achieving his goals.
Russian roulette or just meticulous planning for new Nigerian president who has been ruling alone? It is anybody's guess.
Buhari says U.S. will help trace Nigeria’s stolen oil fortune; corrupt officials looted $150 billion
Would negotiate with Boko Haram if it would help obtain the release of more than 200 abducted Chibok schoolgirls.
The rosy stories create high expectations for growth, which often do not match the reality on the ground.