DW's Jan-Philipp Scholz reports from Abuja, Nigeria.
March 28,2015: Nigeria heads to the polls to vote for their next president and parliament amidst heavy concerns over the country's security. We bring you reactions and discussions from around the web. (28.03.2015)
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Nationwide protests were held this week in Nigeria to mark the funeral of two priests and 17 church members in Benue State. The government must do more to protect the people, Nigeria's Catholic bishops say.
Nigeria recently moved up 24 places in the World Bank's 'Ease of Doing Business' ranking. But much remains to be done. Entrepreneur Affiong Williams is struggling to find investors for her company.
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