Horror stories are emerging about life in a two-storey house in northern city of Kaduna as authorities try to find families of some 400 victims, men and boys, who often spent years at the site.
Caught between the Boko Haram insurgency and deadly farmer-herder conflicts, kidnapping and banditry are gaining a foothold in Nigeria’s northern areas.
In Zamfara state alone at least 3,000 lives have been lost to banditry in the last five years, a number that's double that of terror-related murders in the country.
Nigeria's two main political parties condemn electoral commission decision to postpone presidential election until February 23 over "challenges." Meanwhile, authorities in Kaduna state report dozens of killings in a wave of violence.
A youth movement determined to change Nigeria's electoral politics succeeded in drafting a legal amendment allowing young leaders to run for office. But President Buhari has been sitting on the bill for months.
A Turkish company plans to invest millions in a factory that was once a giant in Nigeria's massive textile industry during the 80s.
The state of Kaduna in Nigeria produces some of the world's best ginger but growers say government support is essential for competing at a global level.
Two days of violence between herders and farmers erupted when some villagers fatally attacked a young Fulani herder on Sunday in Kajuru village, 50 kilometres (30 miles) outside the city of Kaduna.
Nigeria's food security is under threat after 6 states have been affected by a deadly pest which has ravaged 80% of the country's tomato crops.
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