In our new segment "What are they saying?", we take to the streets to find out what regular Nigerians think about Nigeria now being the biggest economy in Africa.
After the media circus around the wedding of Jonathan's daughter, Tinubu and Buhari decide to plan a wedding of their own: the bride, the groom, and oh yes... the iPhones.
King Tinubu performs a spirited remix of Tyga's "Rack City"! Racking up the money: he knows it best.
The high-flying duo of G.E.J (Goodluck Jonathan) and Dame Patience sing 'Drunk with Power', a remix of Beyonce and Jay-Z's hit 'Drunk in love'.
In 'A Customs Emergency', the girls navigate through issues of dependency... with Sade's dependency dilemma being the most "interesting" of the group.
Our correspondent reports from the National Conference where delegates are more concerned about kola nuts and their daily nap than the future of Nigeria.
Goodluck Jonathan and South African President Jacob Zuma debate the rebasing of the Nigerian economy.
Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala speaks to CNN's Christiane Amanpour about the Sanusi scandal, reforming Nigeria, and her next book "Reasoning with the Unreasonable".
The Nigerian Ministry of Information holds a press conference to announce successes in the fight against Boko Haram and discuss details of the attempted Abuja jailbreak.
President Jonathan, Bola Tinubu and Muhammadu Buhari have a late night talk on the Aso Villa grounds about Nigerian politics, friends and enemies.
Africa's own Agent 007 investigates this shady pattern rearing its head in capital cities across Africa.
Muhammadu Buhari and Bola Tinubu discuss their days in the army and their political future.
Opposition leader Bola Tinobu is interviewed while on a trip to DC to visit his dentist. He talks about the wealth he accumulated as governor and his tactic to win next year's election.
Goodluck Jonathan is stuck at an airport as his jet breaks down. But where are the 9 other jets allocated to him?
Who is Wendell Simlin?