Banks that do not have chatbots should explore the options of integrating them into their operations.
Recent developments have shown that Nigeria requires improved surveillance to keep other diseases like Monkeypox at bay while battling COVID-19.
India, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa lose thousands of trained doctors each year, lured away to work in richer countries – at great cost to their nation’s healthcare systems.
For the Deep Blue Project to work the government must address the factors that enable piracy and insecurity in the Gulf of Guinea.
Machine learning offers improved access to affordable testing and quality of care for those who are unaware of their hepatitis B status.
Data science infrastructure is sorely needed in many places. Doctors Without Borders brings medical help to nations in need, but similar efforts are relatively small for statistics.
Experts assess Nigeria’s response to COVID-19 so far and express worry that the country does not appear to have learnt much; it isn’t prepared for the next pandemic.
The government must take some of the blame for the radicalisation of non-state actors like the Indigenous People of Biafra.
Contrary to expectations, researchers found that overall contraceptive use increased in most settings.
Nigeria needs a multisectoral approach to break its annual cholera epidemic.
The average Nigerian woman or child faces a host of hindrances in accessing health services.
At the centre of the persisting violence in the north-central region of Nigeria is bad governance.
The protests paved the way for healing, vitality and a new vista of productive life.
The presence of multi drug-resistant bacteria in goats and sheep in southwest Nigeria may be due to regular use of antibiotics and unhygienic practices by farmers.
In addition to transport, Nigeria needs to pay more attention to logistics and supply chain management.
There is an urgent need for legislation dealing specifically with electronic waste in Nigeria.
The porous borders of West Africa allow for the unregulated movement of thousands.
Countries have adopted a wide array of measures involving a proliferation of fraud agencies.
The over-militarisation of the crisis across the Sahel region has done little to foster stability.
Nigeria needs more industrial production, foreign and domestic investment, not just handouts.