Learning about sustainable development and consumption should not be limited to particular disciplines like those in the sciences and technologies.
As ill health besets the Nigerian film and theatre legend, a tribute is in order. In his career he has always placed his country and industry first.
For a successful reintegration of former Boko Haram combatants into society, public perceptions in Nigeria need to change.
A new handbook shows that African entrepreneurs are able to hold their own globally if given the chance.
Shonekan’s enduring legacy is in the business world and not the political arena where he remains a footnote in Nigeria’s history.
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Ghana lost its federalism due to mistaken political choices and missed opportunities, suggesting that other federations in Africa might well be at similar risk.
Institutional failures, infrastructure, socio-economic challenges and disaster education influence Nigerian cities’ vulnerability to flood disaster.
Items on display at the Eastern Southland Gallery in New Zealand’s South Island open a window on the complex world of art repatriation.
Academics reflect on books on topical issues in Nigeria that they read in 2021.
HBV cases in Nigeria point to a potential liver disease crisis. Prevention and care efforts are needed.
Nigeria’s legislators have no constitutional right to force political parties to adopt direct primaries.
There is growing evidence that when poor-quality oxytocin is used, it fails to prevent post-partum haemorrhage.
Scientists are studying fires in Africa at different times of year to see how the smoke from these fires changes over the year.
Removal of the fuel subsidy in Nigeria is long overdue, but replacing it with a transport grant is not the best approach.
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.