Lawyers representing more than 13,000 Nigerians argued at London's High Court on Tuesday (April 4) that Shell is attempting to shield itself from scrutiny over pollution in Nigeria.
As Nigeria prepares to fully deregulate the downstream sector of the oil and gas industry by June, stakeholders in the sector say prices may go as high as 750 naira per litre.
Professor Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo, Chairperson, The Nigerian Prize for Literature Advisory Board speaks to GuardianTV on The NLNG prize for literature 2023, the prize money, and Nigerian writers.
With food and fuel prices soaring and a currency in freefall, many young Nigerians are worried they will never experience financial stability. But is the situation really hopeless? We ask young entrepreneurs and business owners in Abuja how they are securing their future against the odds.
There have been mixed reactions towards Nigeria’s election results. Ruling party candidate Bola Tinubu won against Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi.
Surprises were the order of the day in Nigeria's latest election — both in conduct and outcome. DW's Abdullahi Tanko Bala believes Nigerians have reason to be hopeful as a new president prepares to take the helm.
Logistical and security challenges in Nigeria's general election have caused widespread delays and public frustration. Experts say new election technology has contributed significantly to the hitches.
Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has deployed the new Bi-Modal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) for the 2023 presidential election. GuardianTV spoke with Nigerians about the effectiveness of the BVAS.
With so many struggling to get by, people will sell whatever they can — and that includes their vote. Ahead of the February 25 election, DW's Amaka Okoye went to a community where people are offering their vote to the highest bidder. But she also found one man trying to persuade them not to.
Nigeria, Africa's biggest economy is electing a new government on February, 25. Not only is incumbent President Buhari stepping aside, this election also comes on the back of the #ENDSARS protests which saw youths taking to the streets demanding their rights. For the 77 Percent Street Debate, Flourish Chukwurah spoke to young Nigerians to find out what they want from their next leaders.
With so many struggling to get by, people will sell whatever they can — and that includes their vote. DW's Amaka Okoye went to a community where people are offering their vote to the highest bidder. But she also found one man trying to persuade them not to.