Two recent attacks on journalists raise concerns about the increased dangers Nigerian journalists confront in the course of their work.
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In an BBC interview, Nigeria’s Kano state governor said he would deal with journalists who published videos claiming he was corrupt.
To settle charges he conspired to circumvent federal election laws, Lebanese-Nigerian billionaire paid U.S. government $1.8million.
As the world transitions to low-carbon energy output, Algeria, Chad, Iraq, and Nigeria will be among the first to witness political instability.
The 2014 conference report must be implemented, and Nigeria’s 1999 constitution repealed or a parliamentary system restored.
Secular by law, Sharia courts are still allowed to operate in Nigeria. One such court sentenced 22-year-old singer Aminu Sharif to death for blasphemy
On Sudan’s transition, expert opinion raises the question of whether Nigeria’s militarised democratic experiment should serve as a lesson.
Through interviews Human Rights Watch discovered that some children arrested in Nigeria’s Boko Haram crackdown were actually victims of the terrorist group.
UN Refugee Agency said the life sentencing of separatist leaders by Cameroon Military court violates the fundamental principle of non-refoulement practice.
September 2, 2019, South Africa recorded another spate of xenophobic violence against foreign national in South Africa’s commercial capital, Johannesburg.