As Muhammadu Buhari is inaugurated as president of Nigeria, CPJ asks the former military leader, pictured right, to take action on the country's high rate of impunity in violence against journalists. Since 1992, at least 10 journalists have been killed
in direct relation to their work in Nigeria. Unsolved murders
make Nigeria the second worst
country in Africa for combatting anti-press violence. In the run up to the 2015 election, CPJ documents
a series of attacks on journalists instigated by police, security forces, and armed militants.