AJ Impact

Chevron is trying to sell two Nigerian businesses - again

Chevron tried and failed to sell the two blocks in 2015 when global dealmaking in oil and gas dropped.

Chevron is trying to sell two Nigerian businesses - again

AJ Impact

Nigerian central bank's credit push boosts manufacturing sector

Lending in Africa's largest economy has boosted manufacturing in Nigeria by more than $1 billion in six months.

Nigerian central bank's credit push boosts manufacturing sector

Nigeria

Nigeria launches first national sex offenders register

Database of those convicted of sexual violence set up to help in efforts to tackle violence against women.

Nigeria launches first national sex offenders register

Studio B Unscripted

'Core of nationalism is ugly': Elif Shafak & W Soyinka

Two writers discuss the rewriting of history, culture wars, multiple identities and the storyteller's duty to speak up.

AJ Impact

Nigeria's ex-attorney general arrested in Dubai over oil deal

Interpol arrested Mohammed Adoke over $1.3bn oil deal as he was travelling to Dubai for a medical appointment.

Nigeria's ex-attorney general arrested in Dubai over oil deal

Al Jazeera Selects

Evictions: Fighting to Keep a Home in Jerusalem, Lagos & Bajamar

From Lagos to Jerusalem and Bajamar in Colombia, people take a stand against evictions in their struggling communities.

Nigeria

Nigeria urged to ban chaining people with mental health issues

Human Rights Watch calls on government to probe mental health centres as it documents abuse in various facilities.

Nigeria urged to ban chaining people with mental health issues

Nigeria

Nigerian police free 259 people from Islamic institution

Many captives said they were physically and sexually abused and chained up to prevent them from escaping.

Nigerian police free 259 people from Islamic institution

Nigeria

Nigeria's Oscar race entry Lionheart disqualified by Academy

Organisers say feature does not meet requirements for 'predominantly non-English dialogue track', according to reports.

Nigeria's Oscar race entry Lionheart disqualified by Academy

Africa

Nigeria's Supreme Court upholds President Buhari's election win

Dismissal of appeal by opposition leader Atiku Abubakar brings to an end months-long legal battle after February polls.

Nigeria's Supreme Court upholds President Buhari's election win

Nigeria

Bobsled dreams: 'We can do this sport, even in Nigeria'

Women's bobsleigh team made Olympic history as the first Africans to compete. Now, a race is on to popularise the sport.

After making Olympic history, Nigeria seeks more bobsled talent

Africa

Scores of inmates escape Nigeria prison after heavy rains

Ninety-seven escapees at large after rainfall in Kogi state prison allows over 120 to escape, prison authority says.

Scores of inmates escape Nigeria prison after heavy rains

Africa

Nigeria border closure: Businesses complain of revenue loss

The government says it wants to stop smugglers and criminals who pose a threat to the country and its economy and will keep the borders closed for now.

Africa

Nigeria shipwrecks: Gulf of Guinea remains high risk

Operators say the shipping routes, which are littered with wrecks, pose a problem for sailors and regional economies.

Football

The remarkable story of a British Nigerian football star

Born in London to Nigerian immigrants, Ola Aina remembers the sacrifices his parents made to make his dreams a reality.

The remarkable story of a British Nigerian football star