Buhari not demanding apology from Cameron
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari says he is "not going to demand any apology from anybody" after British Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on camera calling Nigeria and Afghanistan corrupt.
Inflation and the Nigerian economy
It’s a case of different scenarios but similar stories for these small-scale businessmen and women as they encounter a series of challenges due to the rising rate of inflation in Nigeria.
Inflation and the Nigerian economy (part 2)
On the second part of the rise of inflation and the Nigerian economy, commissioned by The Guardian, we look at its impact on everyday Nigerians. In Lagos, a taxi driver explains the challenges and effects this has had on his business.
Former MTN CEO gets $1.6m compensation
MTN paid former chief executive, Sifiso Dabengwa, 23.7 million Rand ($1.63 million) handshake after he resigned over a record fine imposed on the company by Nigerian authorities.
Nigeria one step up in doing business ranking
Nigeria moved up one place on the World Bank's ease of doing business, coming in at 169th. Mauritius maintained its positive as the top performing Sub-Saharan African economy on the ease of doing business in 2015.