Hundreds of millions of dollars in Nigerian money have been secreted abroad.
Pirates are ramping up their activities off Nigeria's southern coast, according to a report.
At least five people were killed in Nigeria's Enugu state in the latest clashes between herdsmen and farmers.
Hundreds have died in conflict between herdsmen and farmers in 2016.
Ongoing clashes between Fulani herdsmen and farmers have killed hundreds in 2016.
Victims of sexual violence are not receiving adequate support, according to a new report.
Fulani herdsmen killed 1,200 people in 2014 and are depriving Nigeria of billions of dollars in revenue.
The country's non-existent workers have cost Nigeria $5 million so far.
Waripamowei Dudafa is alleged of involvement in a $2.1 billion arms scandal in Nigeria.
Power outages and long queues for fuel have been seen as militants sabotage oil pipelines.
The Ekiti state governor has clashed with the Nigerian president before.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner writes to the parents of 219 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram two years ago.
The West African country is experiencing a fuel shortage as militants attack pipelines.
Two years on, Nigeria and its allies must not give up searching for the 219 teenagers still missing.
A report has found the militant group offers young people financial incentives to join.
Chinese bonds could be used to help fund Nigeria's record budget.
The Nigerian president has also asked the U.S. for help in reclaiming billions of dollars of stolen funds.
The abduction was larger than that of the Chibok girls but received little attention.
After severe delays, the National Assembly passed the budget on March 23—but it still isn't official.
The Sambisa Forest in northeast Nigeria is Boko Haram's final stronghold in the country.
People are waiting for hours to get gas in the West African country.