Pollutants from industrial and domestic sources in the Lagos lagoon represent a cocktail of environmental contaminants.
Africa has always contributed to global technological breakthroughs and economic systems.
Fifty years after the Biafran civil war in Nigeria, the efforts of secessionist diplomats have recently come to light through the decryption of telexes sent from Portugal to Biafra during the war.
Chronic pollution has robbed many young Nigerians of a stable future in the place where they grew up.
There is concern over the growing influence of non-regional players in decision making at the regional bank.
Professor Akinkugbe made significant contributions in hypertension and renal medicine research. He was widely acclaimed as the authority on hypertension in African people.
While the internet and social media have changed young Nigerians' communication styles and even language, they have not reduced communication.
What needs attention is the lack of opportunity that drives sports betting.
Clashes between farmers and herders in Nigeria have been bloody and protracted, with one side portrayed as victims. But as this study shows, both sides are victims.
Nigeria’s medical community is mourning the death of medical professor and university administrator, Emeritus Professor Oladipo Olujimi Akinkugbe.
For many reasons, drug users are shifting from the use of conventional psychoactive drugs such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin to pharmaceutical drugs for non-medical purposes.
President Buhari's Post COVID-19 economic recovery plan is neither novel nor ground-breaking.
An ongoing study shows that storytelling can positively increase self-awareness in young people, especially if they can relate to the stories. But in Africa access to story platforms is limited.
Nigeria's cashless policy seeks to minimise cash-related crimes, but it seems to have replaced that risk with another: electronic fraud.
High temperatures, periods of increased relative humidity and more rainfall are likely to happen more in Nigeria's coastal region under future global warming.
Nigeria's post COVID-19 economic recovery plan appears to be a good start. But the government’s plan leaves a lot to be desired.
The current outbreak of African swine fever is a blow to food supply in Nigeria as pork is an affordable animal protein for many Nigerians.
Nigeria must give more attention to teaching of digital skills and issues surrounding digital life as digital technologies have come to stay.
A number of programmes now exist that are helping to close the gender gap in African science, technology, engineering and maths.
Despite Nigeria's draconian laws against homosexuality, authors like the award-winning Akwaekwe Emezi are important new voices that add complexity to the question of identity.