It is a tale of two cities, and a tale of mis-perceptions. One city is rich and well off and healthy, while the other city is dirt poor, with residents dying from the food, poor services, and even...
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Oil prices spiked in the wake of violence that followed what should have been a good news story: Nigeria, for the first time, held an election to turn over power from one civilian president to...
According to international election monitors, the April 21 vote in favor of Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua was rigged, threatening the very freedom and stability of this oil-rich, but corrupt...
Neutral Citation Number: [2007] EWHC 437 (Ch) Case No: HC05 C03602   IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE CHANCERY DIVISION
Anybody who’s read local and foreign news reports about Nigeria over the last three weeks would have noticed a ratcheting up of the pejoratives used to describe President Olusegun Obasanjo and...
Teed Up: Golf, K Street and Nigeria BARRY MEIER WITH the rainy season under way, and the weather sweltering, Nancy Lopez, a former championship golfer, hooked her tee shot into the rough. “...
The Senatorial Election in Kwara Central, a north central state in Nigeria, was much more of an electoral  miracle. By as early as 1:00p.m. voting has been ‘completed’ and counting which...
The litany of charges of professional misconducts against the out-going Attorney-General of the Federation, Chief Bayo Ojo continues this week as he faces yet, another possible investigation by the...
26 April 2007 07:29, Johannesburg, South Africa     As the massive irregularities in the Nigerian presidential poll come into focus, it has emerged that South African companies were asked at the...
In 2005 when Bayo Ojo was appointed as the Attorney General of the Nigerian Federation his resume stated that he was a practicing lawyer both in Nigeria and England and Wales, but all of it was a...
  (Abuja, April 25, 2007) —The Nigerian government should not interfere with legal challenges to the badly flawed presidential elections held last weekend, Human Rights Watch said today. Human...
The debunking of Prof. Maurice Iwu’s claim of having obtained an undergraduate degree from the University of Bradford as revealed by Saharareporters that has now been topped by the University...
The House of Representatives and the Nigerian Senate at a sitting in Abuja rejects President Obasanjo's extension of the state of emergency in Ekiti State. The President was mandated to replace his...