Aisha Buhari, Nigeria's first lady says she cannot back her husband's re-election campaign because of leadership disarray.
Africa’s biggest economy is set to enter a recession—and the president could soon run out of goodwill
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.
Outlook on African elections 2016: Where there may be surprises, and where the good old ways will remain
At least 17 countries have set presidential polls this year, most are likely to proceed fairly smoothly. You can (partly) thank Buhari for that
Nigeria's plan to beat ‘impending recession’: Spend, spend, spend, with a $25bn war chest on the cards
In one of the first concrete plans on economic direction of Africa's biggest economy, new VP says stimulating the economy, and not cut backs the key.
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.
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.
Muhammadu Buhari also five homes and shares in the firms, while his deputy is seemingly worth considerable more
West African country reaping benefits of positive investor sentiment after credible election, as East African rival reels from terrorism concerns
Troops to storm forest camp ahead of handover of power to incoming president Muhammadu Buhari
Boko Haram fighters stormed a school on April 14 last year, seizing 276 girls. The world remembers.
Africa loves its women candidates - only that it almost never votes them in.
All Progressives Congress took control of at least 19 governor seats following Saturday's closely-fought regional polls.
Nigerians voted for president, stayed home for governor, Parliament polls – and the thugs went to work
At least seven people have been killed, but conduct of the elections is an improvement on the presidential vote.
The APC, which controls the state, has claimed that 55 of its supporters have been killed by thugs from the PDP.
Nigeria could also see its first female governor, with the APC's Aisha Jummai Alhassan running in Taraba state.
The continent will perplex, test you to the limit, but also cheer, as the events into early April months testify.
With one phone call, Nigeria's Jonathan may have sounded the death knell for Africa’s all-powerful parties
Kaunda became the first independence leader of that class to be voted out of office peacefully in Anglophone Africa.