Oil-rich Nigeria has seen its fair share of bad news in recent months. The largest economy in Africa has been hit with a fuel shortage, on top of currency problems and terrorism. "A lot of things that can go wrong, are going wrong at the same time," said London-based Nigerian accountant Feyi Fawehinmi. While economically the country is a "complete mess", Fawehinmi said the corruption situation in Nigeria is getting better under President Buhari, who took office a year ago.
People lining up to buy fuel earlier this year at a Mobil gas station in Lagos, Nigeria. A fuel shortage has caused massive disruption for a country which relies on fuel for its cars but also for powering its generators.