Nigeria has just emerged from a tough recession, but brighter days lie ahead for Africa's economic powerhouse.
Nigeria's former first lady has accused the Buhari administration of overseeing a "witch hunt" against her and her husband.
The country's vice president slammed health tourism just days after Buhari returned from a three-month medical break in the U.K.
A property owned by Jonathan was burgled recently, but only six TVs were stolen, his spokesman has said.
Officers captured the notorious suspect, known as Evans, earlier in June. He's since become a social media celebrity and now claims he is a victim of illegal detention.
Police arrested Evans after years of abductions and ransoms, but Nigerians are angered by media coverage of him.
Eighteen charges of non-declaration of assets against Saraki, the head of Nigeria's senate, were dismissed after almost two years of legal wrangling.
Nigeria's trade minister says the country could be a springboard for U.S. businesses in Africa, predicting good relations under President Trump.
The government is yet to secure a high-profile conviction for graft.
Christian pastor Yemi Osinbajo is Nigeria's acting president while Muhammadu Buhari is on sick leave.
He is Nigeria's second-highest Islamic authority and he denies misusing state funds on Rolls Royces and mobile phone bills.
The watchdog suspects the funds result from "unlawful activity."
Billions of dollars were allegedly used for bribes in an unsuccessful bid to get ex-president Goodluck Jonathan re-elected.
James Ibori was released from a U.K. prison in December 2016 after his 2012 conviction.
Zahra Buhari is marrying the son of a multi-millionaire oil baron.
Electronic banking fraud is preventing the adoption of cashless technologies in the country.
Nigeria has recovered more than $500 million in cash and has seized over $9 billion in assets.
An expert's view of the scale of corruption in Afghanistan and Nigeria, and their hopes for reform.
Much of Boko Haram's success has been down to the misappropriation of billions of dollars of Nigerian funds.
David Cameron described Afghanistan as "fantastically corrupt."
David Cameron referred to Nigeria and Afghanistan as "possibly the two most corrupt countries."
The comments are likely to make the visit of Nigeria and Afghanistan's presidents on Thursday rather awkward.
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.