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Nigeria’s former finance minister describes plugging the leaks in a graft-ridden state
A sobering but vibrant memoir honours those forced into exile by homophobic laws
Tensions within the ruling party and over appointment delays have marred president’s reforms
A draft reform law is keeping companies in wait-and-see mode
The president’s reforms are criticised as being blunt and ineffective
Yemi Kale, head of the National Bureau of Statistics, discusses daunting data collection
President Buhari promised to reform the oil sector but has left many disappointed
The BringBackOurGirls effort meant government could not forget their plight, writes William Wallis
The international response to the crisis left in Boko Haram’s wake is way too slow
Money alone cannot buy the peace. The region needs a master plan
A lack of exceptional leaders means a $5m prize for unsung heroes goes unawarded
The CBN’s move should allow the economy to right itself
Only a fraction of $10bn identified as stolen has been returned
Critics say President Buhari’s policies are adding to its worst economic crisis in generations
Militants attack offshore platform as part of campaign against Nigerian president
Sophistication of pipeline attacks sparks concern among diplomats and security experts
Recent attacks on energy infrastructure in Nigeria’s oil-rich Delta have disrupted Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron’s crude exports and shown the ability of armed actors to pull off complex sabotage.
Nigeria’s state oil company under new management aims to clean up act after scandals
Ex-central bank chief says president risks undermining progress on graft and terror
National security adviser and four other officials charged earlier in the week with money laundering
Nigerians are using London as a launch pad for ventures focused on Africa
Muhammadu Buhari is on a mission to put his country back on a straighter path
Probe finds $5.5bn meant to buy arms to fight Islamist terror group Boko Haram was misappropriated
Meetings to focus on policy, not ‘doling out contracts’
Diezani Alison-Madueke has been linked to African country’s oil-related scandals