It is important not to take the issue of ‘torture houses’ as only peculiar to Qur’anic schools.
Effective health care interventions are very important for sub-Saharan Africa because the region has a high burden of vaccine-preventable diseases.
African literary prizes are slowly becoming more relevant and richer, thanks to writers organising on the continent.
A questioning and receptive mind frees the individual and can be put to use in all kinds of careers.
Research has found plastic in snails in Nigerian rivers -- another sign that the country needs to manage its waste better.
All 36 states in Nigeria must adopt the Child Rights Act to safeguard their children.
A large free trade area could hinder the development of manufacturing, which countries need for economic growth.
Stricter policing at the border does not address the root causes of Nigeria's smuggling issue.
Schools are still not using Nigerian languages to teach students
Feeding a simple narrative of piracy without a broader look at other maritime security challenges hinders progress in dealing with it.
Little research has been done on the impact of multinational companies that are born and bred on African soil.
In a resource constrained environment, doctoral supervisors can benefit from professional development courses presented fully online
How Whatsapp supports nurse students in Nigeria and helps them transition into the workplace.
It's been a decade since Boko Haram morphed into a violent, radicalised, Jihadist sect after the death of its founder. Since then it has caused untold harm in Nigeria.
The EU continues to enter into fresh agreements with countries, despite evidence of serious population declines in the species of interest.
Constructing fancy 'smart cities' might not be the best solution for Africa's rapidly urbanising populations.
At the Sochi summit, African states embraced Russia's newly established relations.
Nigeria's border closure is a panicked reaction which violates ECOWAS protocol.
If trends continue, 87% of the world's poorest people will live in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030.
Middle-class Nigerians employ children in their homes for a range of reasons.