28 February 2018
Guardian Nigeria
Nigeria, Cameroon and unwanted headaches
Besieged by an unending campaign of terror by Boko Haram in the northeast, secessionist agitations in the southeast, and vicious attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen in north central states and elsewhere, Nigeria is a country in need of an urgent reprieve…

13 February 2018
Nigeria’s Buhari mulls 2019 election taking on PDP, Obasanjo coalition and third forces
If everything goes according to plan, Nigerians will be going to the polls to elect a president almost precisely a year from now, on Feb. 16 2019…

12 February 2018
Fulani herdsmen clashes are redefining Nigeria’s geopolitics
On the weekend of Jan. 20, a Fulani ethnic militia attacked the village of Kikan in the Numan district of Adamawa state, killing three people, injuring many more and carting away cattle…

10 February 2018
Daily Times
Revealed: ‘Research can end farmers, herdsmen clashes within one year’
For many citizens of Benue State and Nigerians, it was a day they would not forget in a hurry…

7 February 2018
Sahara Reporters
Situating the herdsmen crisis within a historical context
The spate of killings by Fulani herdsmen has gone up another notch during the turn of the year, this has raised so many questions on the motive behind the killings and how it can be managed…

5 February 2018
FG burns ₦191bn on dollar subsidy for companies in 2017 crude swap deals
Nigeria’s unsustainable subsidy for the consumption of petrol has the economy bleeding from both ends as the Federal Government burnt ₦191 billion subsidising foreign exchange for companies in its Direct Sales-Direct Purchase agreement who exchange crude oil for refined products, and ₦746.79 billion on petrol subsidy since February 2017…

Premium Times
Fears heighten as Egmont Group plans to expel Nigeria
Millions of bank depositors will be exposed to risk while trying to use their Nigerian-issued MasterCard and Visa debit/credit cards for international transactions in the coming weeks as the Egmont Group is poised to expel the country from the group, PREMIUM TIMES has learned…

1 February 2018
Nigeria and Rusal settle battle over aluminum smelter ownership
Nigeria reached an out-of-court settlement with United Co. Rusal Plc over the sale of the Aluminium Smelter Co. of Nigeria, ending a decade long ownership dispute over the company…