Economist Intelligence Unit Predicts Buhari will lose presidential election

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), the research unit of The Economist Magazine, has predicted that the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will defeat the...

I will do better in my second term – Buhari

Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, has promised to make a remarkable difference if he is re-elected in the forthcoming general election. In 2015, Buhari wooed voters...

APC Presidential Primary: Buhari Gets 2.9m Votes in Kano

President Muhammadu Buhari scored a total of 2,931,235 votes in the just concluded All Progressives Congress (APC), Presidential Primary conducted in 484 wards across...

Plateau killings: Jang cries for UN intervention

The senator representing Plateau North in the National Assembly and a PDP Presidential aspirant, Dr. Jonah David Jang, has called on the United Nations...

Nigerian Oil Union Sees Chevron Job Dispute Ending in a Week

Talks between a Nigerian oil labor union and Chevron Corp. over the U.S. energy giant’s plan to fire thousands of workers ended Friday with the prospect...

Why does Nigeria keep flooding?

Heavy seasonal rains are a regular feature of life in Nigeria and towns close to the country's main rivers are particularly vulnerable. This year floods...

Jesus treated women as equals, says author Chimamanda Adichie

She's a globally-renowned feminist who has never shied away from controversial topics, and at a recent event in Nigeria, author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie referenced...

US ‘concerned’ about voting irregularities in Nigeria Osun state elections

US elections observers in a fiercely-contested state governor election in Nigeria say they witnessed what appeared to be incidents of voter intimidation and interference...

House of Reps member, Funke Adedoyin is dead

A House of Representatives member, Ms Funke Adedoyin, representing Irepodun/Oke-Ero/Isin/Ekiti Federal Constituency of Kwara State is dead. She died at the age of 56,...

Nigeria’s Multiple Exchange Rates Are Starting to Look Like Two

Investors and the International Monetary Fund have long called on Nigeria to merge its multiple exchange rates. It’s starting to look like that’s happening. The central bank...