A strategic partnership that is mutually rewarding and beneficial between Nigeria and South Africa should be the aim of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s visit to Nigeria.
The current spate of travel bans is rather hasty and irrational given that we know that the variant is in several countries already.
The presence of a vulnerable species in Ekor Waterfalls, Nigeria, is a signal that the area could support other rare or threatened species.
The recent visit of the US secretary of state to Nigeria, Kenya and Senegal appears driven by the fear of China’s inroads in Africa as well as the need to mend diplomatic fences.
TikTok has exploded in popularity among young people in Nigeria. Here’s why it’s such a hit.
Food inflation figures in Nigeria give cause for concern. Accusing fingers are pointed at rising dollars, farmers and middlemen, but this expert says the can may have been placed on the wrong heads.
Staple diets in Nigeria can be improved by the addition of insect powders, rather than serving recognisable forms of insects.
Properly engaged and monitored, Nigeria’s private sector can do more in COVID vaccination exercise.
Nigeria’s current political problems are simply too daunting to embark on an honest journey to true federalism at this stage.
The present healthcare structure in Nigeria contributes to the suffering of people living with diabetes in the country.
Nigeria can pull off its newly introduced digital currency but there are concerns that must be addressed for its smooth operations.
“Fat cakes” are incredibly popular in cities and townships across sub-Saharan Africa. But they are also unhealthy because of their high carbohydrate content.
After years of pressure, western countries are finally returning the Benin Bronzes to Nigeria. What's next?
In general, intoxication is not a defence against criminal charges. There are, however, a few circumstances under which intoxication can be used as a defence.
Migration can be a matter of life and death, but religion can help people cope.
Nigeria must remove fuel subsidies and channel the funds to critical sectors of its economy.
Mobile phones are enhancing the lives of internally displaced people in Nigeria.
Structural transformation across the Nigerian economy remains very limited.
All too often, urban reforms are led by technical and infrastructural change, rather than by engaging people.
Young people’s use of technology such as Twitter shows that they are interested in politics and governance and have found a way to participate.