Nigerian music is gaining momentum across the world, but a study of hip hop lyrics and videos shows how the music also negatively affects women.
While player transfers offer the chance for financial rewards, the pursuit of career progress takes a toll on footballing families.
Although it's failed to deliver democracy to citizens, Nigeria is not the collapsed and disintegrated entity which a 2005 US National Intelligence Council analysis predicted it would become by 2020.
Nigeria is not getting full benefits of increased funding for its military
The sub-region's approach to free trade agreements, whether in the form of economic partnerships with the EU or regional and continental integration needs a rethink.
Many things have to change for Nigeria's federal system to work and accommodate its diverse citizens' interests
The poet J.P. Clark was an environmental activist who stood up for his people in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta region.
There is a need for a special unit for civil-military relations as the police cannot deal effectively with protests.
Conflicting groups in Kaduna can only achieve peace if they negotiate based on the value and inherent dignity of the human person.
Nigeria's poet and playwright, John Pepper Clark-Bekederemo, died on October 13 aged 86
Has the digital revolution in Nigeria influenced crime-fighting and law enforcement?
Given its natural resources and people, Nigeria should be a prosperous nation, but after 60 years of self governance, the country now ranks as the world poverty capital.
Urban governance must include community groups, non-state and informal actors in the battle against COVID-19 in Africa.
Young Nigerians are protesting bad governance and police brutality. Where is the music to assist them?
A safe, effective COVID-19 vaccine is expected to be developed in record time and may be approved for production, distribution and acceptance some time in 2021.
To effectively control COVID-19 and prevent a future pandemic, Nigeria needs to start investing heavily in science research.
Attacks on schools and children evoke a strong emotional response, which is a definitive goal of terrorist groups.
The International Criminal Court has been called to investigate the shooting of unarmed protesters in Lagos.
With 70 percent of its people under 30 years, Nigeria needs to harness the strength in its youthful population.
Large numbers of young people can represent great economic potential. But this only works if Nigeria can invest in their health and education and new economic opportunities.