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.
Presidential election campaigns in Nigeria have been dominated by promises to provide more jobs as the unemployment rate has risen above 20 percent this year.
With work, businesses and families at risk, many Nigerians are likely to stay away from the upcoming polls on February 23.
As the country's Brexit plan stands, its departure from the EU could have both positive and negative implications.
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.
In Lagos, Nigeria, truckloads of electronic waste illegally imported from developed countries is causing problems for human health and the environment.
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.
In the run-up to Nigeria’s general election, starting this Saturday, more and more organisations are trying to turn the tide and get more women into elective positions.
Daesh has claimed responsibility for the attack on the convoy of the Nigerian governor of northeastern Borno state that killed at least three people.
The incident claimed at least 14 lives, according to a University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital spokesman.
Military sources said the attack targeted the Forward Operation Base in Ngwom village, some 14 km north of the Borno state capital, Maiduguri.
From endemic corruption to rising unemployment, here's a breakdown of the issues that matter most in Nigeria's upcoming elections.
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