Almost all the people in the study were experiencing feelings like anxiety, worry, anger, boredom or frustration.
Athletes must seek other ways to finance their careers beyond state and private sponsorships.
Greater focus on grassroots sports to identify and nurture talent is a sure path to regaining Nigeria's lost glory in athletics.
Resolving jihadist conflicts in the Sahel requires treating jihadists not as terrorists only but also as political actors who seek to provide an alternative form of governance to the status quo.
Research questions the idea that getting commercial seeds and fertilisers to smallholder farmers will double yields and incomes.
The government must shore up efforts to finance water and sanitation in Nigeria.
Africa’s Great Green Wall must immediately speed up to meet the needs of people along the edges of the Sahara Desert.
Yusuf Grillo charted a path in African art and enabled the emergence of more artists.
Mandatory COVID-19 vaccination in Nigeria cannot be by oral proclamation, but must be based on legislation or regulation on public health and safety.
To non-economists, the World Bank ranking Nigeria fifth on the list of its top ten debtor countries is alarming. A deeper analysis shows there is no cause for concern.
Using data from the popular navigation app, researchers have pinpointed the areas of Lagos, Nigeria, where emergency obstetric care is most needed.
Nigeria’s new petroleum law will make its petroleum industry as competitive and attractive to investors as its peers.
An extract of a plant’s fruit in Nigeria could protect against seizure and prevent brain degeneration. It could therefore be studied further for the development of a new antiepileptic drug.
They do menial jobs but also trust in God as a coping strategy.
In a Nigerian study, both women and men emphasised “trust” and “safe spaces” when discussing sexual health.
Private developers, building professionals and the government all share responsibility for building collapses.
Youth unemployment in Nigeria is a skills mismatch problem – corporations can’t find suitable workers in the midst of a large pool of unemployed workers.
Big Brother Naija has a strong hold on the Nigerian public. Why?
Nigeria’s academic community is mourning the death of virology professor and leading researcher, David Olufemi Olaleye.
The grievances of Nnamdi Kanu and other Biafran separatist groups are deeply rooted in the failure of the Nigerian state to implement post civil war peacebuilding initiatives.