While backing president Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption campaign, Nigeria’s information minister said that US$9.2 million found in a house could put up at least 774 health centres. Do his numbers add up?
Nigeria is currently trying to contain a meningitis epidemic which has killed hundreds of people – mostly children. Our factsheet examines the causes, symptoms and reasons why the country grapples to contain this disease, especially since an epidemic of this strain was predicted years ago.
Nigerians are used to seeing political promises broken. But what if someone recorded what was promised and measures progress (or lack of it) on implementation? Oluseun Onigbinde explains the ‘Buharimeter’.
Nigeria’s first credible opposition party – the All Progressives Congress (APC) – has positioned itself as the face of change ahead of the March 28 presidential election. Is its vague rhetoric based on evidence? In the second of two pre-election reports, Africa Check investigates.