By Tim Cocks
By Libby George
N’DJAMENA (Reuters) – U.S.
GENEVA (Reuters) – The United Nations has suspended aid work helping tens of thousands of people in northeastern Nigeria after an attack by suspected Boko Haram militants left three humanitarian
By Afolabi Sotunde DAPCHI, Nigeria (Reuters) – Kachalla Bukar’s eyes filled with tears when he looked at a blue plastic basket containing his 14-year-old daughter’s belongings.
LAGOS (Reuters) – The value of capital imported into Nigeria rose 29.9 percent in the fourth quarter to $5.32 billion, as economic activity gathered pace after the first recession in a quarter century
By Ulf Laessing
ABUJA (Reuters) – Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday chaired his first cabinet meeting since returning from sick leave in Britain this month.
By Paul Carsten