Igbo group denies they are violent, want to create a separate homeland for their people
Police confirm at least 4 non-natives killed by separatists in delta region
On Thursday, Igbo separatists burnt security post, reportedly attacked people of northern origins
Nearly three years after the country was declared free from the virus, he and six colleagues say they are still owed money.
"We appeal to all residents downstream (of the Niger River)... because the water keeps rising," the NBA's Soungalo Kone said late Saturday, speaking on Niger television.
Violence is latest in long-running clashes between herdsmen and farmers across Nigeria’s agrarian communities
Cholera is endemic in Nigeria, with a rise in cases during rainy season from April to September, says disease control center
Economists say too early to celebrate as huge challenges remain unattended
Sa’ad Abubakar condemns recent ultimatum given to ethnic Igbo to quit Nigeria's northern region by October
"Up to September 1, 14 deaths have been reported," the health ministry said in a statement, adding that "the total number of suspected cholera cases stands at 186."
The Boko Haram fighters penetrated the camp in Banki on Nigeria's border with Cameroon which houses 45,000 internally displaced people (IDP), using knives to kill their victims silently.
Nigerian web filled with reports and footage of flooding, with calls on philanthropists and government to help the victims
UNICEF says 'extremely concerned about an appalling increase in the cruel and calculated use of children, especially girls'
Nigerian leader was in London for more than 3 months due to health reasons
Accident occurred in Lagos
Laboratory tests conducted to ascertain exact cause of deaths in north central Kogi state, health official says
The 74-year-old left for the British capital on May 7 with his prolonged absence causing tensions back home where calls have grown for him to either return or resign.
Death toll may rise further after suicide bombers target car parking lot in northeast Borno state
Peter Lundberg told a press conference in Maiduguri that the United Nations was working with the Nigerian government to resolve the issue of Friday's search of the humanitarian camp known as the "Red Roof".
Ailing president, away to treat an unknown disease, meets media team in London as tension mounts back home over his health
Former petroleum minister Diezani Alison-Madueke linked by anti-graft agency to luxury island property