Deadly attacks by various organised political and religious groups have created a febrile climate of fear in Nigeria. The country’s leadership needs to de-escalate the situation.
Oil, which for decades held pride of place in Nigeria’s economic calculations, is being gradually pushed off the stage. In its place, the new ICT and creative industries are coming to the fore.
Although there is general agreement that the West must return Nigeria’s stolen artefacts and its embezzled billions, progress has been too slow, writes President Muhammadu Buhari.
Two different Nigerias are emerging: one wedded to the past and one looking to the future. Can the two find peaceful accommodation or is a clash inevitable?
Will Nigeria’s 2023 elections help deepen the nation’s democratic roots, or will they tug just a little more at national cohesion, threatening to loosen the ties?
The Nigerian Navy recently added to its fleet as it scales up its operations against pirates, terrorists and other criminals. Adam Sheppard reports.