Nigeria election chief urged to resign as opposition candidates contest the results of the $661 million botched ballot

It was touted as what would be most credible elections in the history of Nigeria. Mahmood Yakubu, the chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), repeatedly claimed he has got all...

Opinion: Why the war is not over for Nigeria's Obi-dient movement, despite poll setback

Nigeria's so-called ‘Obi-dient movement’ has gone from being just ‘four people’ tweeting in a room to a movement of 6.1 million people.  ...

Nigeria 2023 Elections: Two candidates versus a movement

The 2023 elections to elect  a new leader in Nigeria will be a race between the establishment and a challenger movement, write Moffat Ekoriko and Peter ClaverFor Nigeria’s ruling All progressives C...

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Cloud over anti graft war

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As a number of top government officials remain in their jobs despite corruption allegations against them, people are questioning Buhari’s commitment to fighting graft

Akwa Ibom builds economic roads

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The government of Akwa Ibom State in southern Nigeria is embarking on an aggressive road construction programme to open up the state to investors.

Nigerians prepare for the polls

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Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is gearing to contest for another term in office but it is unclear who is opponent will be. Peterclaver Egbochue in Abuja surveys the emerging polictical landscape As campaigning for the 2019 general election enters its unofficial but limbering up phase, Pres...

‘Things can only get better’

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As the state celebrates its golden jubilee, Governor Wike outlines his vision for a future that aims to consolidate the gains of the past and make up for lost opportunities While unveiling the Golden Jubilee logo, Governor Nyesom Wike captured the essence of the Rivers at 50 celebrations, saying...

‘We are far greater together than apart’

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Vice-President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, reflects that the legacy of the Biafran War should be the quest for the country’s lasting unity I was 10-years-old when my friend in primary school, Emeka, left school for good one day. He said his parents said they had to go back to East, war was ...

Indorama: a privatisation success story

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Indorama Eleme Petrochemicals plant in Port Harcourt is a privatisation success story and boon to the economy  

Change that made no difference

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Just a year after Buhari was elected into office on a mantra of ‘change’ it appears to be more of the same for Nigerians as the country is buffeted by ill winds from the global markets. Martins Azuwike reports on the shrinking of Africa’s biggest economy. A year into Muhammadu ...

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