Search efforts have been halted in Nigeria a day after a school building collapsed in Lagos with an unknown number of children inside.
Rescue workers are continuing to search a building containing a school in Nigeria after it collapsed with scores of children reported to be inside.
At least eight people have died after a three-storey school building collapsed in Nigeria, with rescue crews saying that 37 others were rescued from the rubble alive.
Rescue efforts are under way in Nigeria after a three-storey school building collapsed while classes were taking place.
JP Morgan has failed in its latest attempt to halt an 875 million US dollar (£670 million) lawsuit brought by the Nigerian government, as the investment banking titan was also ordered to pay £375,000 in legal costs.
Royal Dutch Shell has said it is facing potential criminal charges in the Netherlands relating to its operations in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s president has defended his sweeping win of a second term as free and fair and appealed to a “common love of country” as his top challenger vowed to go to court with allegations of fraud.
Nigeria’s top opposition candidate has rejected the results of what he called a “sham election” and said he will be challenging the outcome in court.
Nigeria’s president has been declared the clear winner of a second term in Africa’s largest democracy.
The BBC is launching a “timely” series of programmes encouraging people to cross political divides in a polarised world.
Gunfire and explosions have opened Nigeria’s delayed election as President Muhammadu Buhari seeks a second term.
Nigerians awoke on Saturday to find that the country’s presidential election had been delayed until February 23 because of what the electoral commission called unspecified “challenges”.
Nigeria’s electoral commission has delayed the country’s presidential election until February 23.
Imperial Leather owner PZ Cussons has seen shares tumble after warning over profits amid mounting woes in its Nigerian business.
Katie Price has revealed that she wants to adopt an orphaned child from Nigeria.
Yet again Scotland won’t be there but all eyes are now firmly fixed on the World Cup in Russia.
Five Britons have been arrested on suspicion of a hate crime after violent scenes broke out in Magaluf between prostitutes and protesters who want them off the streets.
A Dundee church linked to famed missionary Mary Slessor is to welcome two men from the Nigerian city she lived and worked in this weekend.
Skepta has been presented with a chieftaincy title in Nigeria.
Footage has emerged of the moment terrified passengers screamed as they feared they were about to die after one of its engines allegedly caught fire mid-flight.