Social media is shaping Africa’s political engagement in diverse and complex ways.
Nigerians had hoped for a technocratic cabinet but the country's new ministers have not offered a break from previous political appointments.
In the recent Nigerian election WhatsApp was used to mislead voters in increasingly sophisticated ways. But it also strengthened democracy in other areas.
In addition to being poorly trained, Nigeria's school teachers are being outnumbered by a growing population.
Organizations try to hide mistakes and evade responsibility, studies show. But two scholars analyzing militant and terrorist groups say they are willing to acknowledge their mistakes – sometimes.
To reverse brain drain, the government should create a conducive environment for investment that will ensure employment opportunities
The more humans seek happiness, the more it can elude them. In exploring this conundrum, a Nigerian novelist spoke with everyday people in his country, finding the coexistence of hope and deprivation.
The Otigba Computer Village shows how businesses in a largely informal market identify new and useful knowledge, apply it innovatively to scale up their operations and increase profits.
The more people come to a city, the more demand for buildings is amplified.This demand creates pressure from which a range of agencies, motivations and causes arise.
An investigation into the recruiting strategies of traffickers and their networks could be helpful in arresting this menace.
June 12 is widely regarded as the most important day in Nigeria's post-independence poltiical history
Evaluation is a critical tool for decisions on improving performance. It also assures that African universities are getting value for money from grants, donations and the like.
Nigeria’s highly mobilized efforts to eliminate polio, and even tackle measles and other vaccine-preventable diseases along the way, may have lessons for the US.
Research shows that targeting poor communities will go a long way in solving the country's open defecation issues.
Kidnapping in Nigeria has blossomed into a burgeoning criminal enterprise.
The negative effects of lower levels of self-stigma can be offset by positive coping strategies.
In Nigeria, the government often uses the army to restore order and to keep the peace, largely because the police are unable to contain internal violent conflicts.
In some Nigerian universities, wealthy female students engage in trasnactional sex for pleasure, while those that needed financial support did it for the money.
Empowering young women with information in high school can help ensure that certain cancers are caught early.
Government funding in Nigeria's education sector has been chronically low and needs to be changed.