Nigerians go to polls on Saturday to choose the country's new president from among more than 72 candidates. Here are the figures that matter most.
Nigerians head to the polls on Saturday to vote in presidential and parliamentary elections. Security has emerged as a key concern for voters, and it's not only about the safety of the country, they are concerned whether there voices will be heard.
From endemic corruption to rising unemployment, here's a breakdown of the issues that matter most in Nigeria's upcoming elections.
Africa’s biggest democracy is at a critical juncture as the country heads to the polls later this month.
With 89 million people living in extreme poverty and unemployment soaring to 23.1 percent, a political opposition to President Muhammadu Buhari is shaping up on the promise of restoring federal governance, which was discarded five decades ago.
Political godfathers have been holding power for decades in Nigeria. But as Nigerian society changes, its politics are bound to follow suit
With one of the largest youth demographics in the world, Nigerian youth won't be held back from entering politics and bringing change.
Opposition leader and former vice president Atiku Abubakar promises to create millions of jobs to tackle rising inequality and insecurity, in manifesto for February 2019 presidential polls.
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