Nigeria is devaluing its currency in a bid to restore growth that has been wiped out by falling oil prices.
The electoral register in Africa’s most populous land now contains more than a record-breaking 84 million names. But Nigerians who want to vote need a lot of time and patience.
The European Union says the president's decision "raises concerns about opportunity for electoral justice." The suspended chief justice would play a role in any dispute following the upcoming presidential vote.
The lack of electricity is pervasive in rural Nigeria, where 90 million people live entirely off the grid. DW's Zaharaddeen Umar asked people in one village in far northern Katsina State how they get by in the dark.
The theft of crude oil in Nigeria has cost the country €9 billion in the last two years. DW's Fred Muvunyi traced the illicit flow of 'fungue' to a port across the border in Cameroon.
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