Young Nigerians are protesting bad governance and police brutality. Where is the music to assist them?
The International Criminal Court has been called to investigate the shooting of unarmed protesters in Lagos.
Religion has often been a key motivation for philanthropy and economic fairness. Africans in the diaspora champion this.
A new study explores the challenges that pregnant women in megacities such as Lagos face in emergency situations and how the options vary depending on their socioeconomic status.
To achieve sustainable, functional buildings, architects in cities like Lagos need to consider local realities.
In Lagos, many people pay property tax not because they receive public services but to feel more secure and create a record of their presence.
Some anti-corruption messages can encourage apathy and acceptance rather than inspire activism
Pollutants from industrial and domestic sources in the Lagos lagoon represent a cocktail of environmental contaminants.
High temperatures, periods of increased relative humidity and more rainfall are likely to happen more in Nigeria's coastal region under future global warming.
Precautions must be taken to realise the full advantage of the benefits associated with trees.
The Lagos state government must go beyond food packages as stimulus, and build capacity for poor people.
COVID-19 is spreading fast through not only the world's richest cities but also its poorest, ravaging slum areas where risk factors like overcrowding and poverty accelerate disease transmission.
Lagos is vulnerable to heavy storms but the impact can be mitigated with better preparation.
Lagos poses a set of particular challenges when it comes to making interventions work.
Nigeria's government must encourage citizens to embrace a system where plastic never become waste.
Constructing fancy 'smart cities' might not be the best solution for Africa's rapidly urbanising populations.
The Conversation Africa is expanding in West Africa.
The foundations of orderliness for any city are planning and management. Lagos had this in place in the early days.
The role and efficacy of the traditional crime-prevention measures in Iraye-Oke are widely acknowledged by people who live in the area.
In our urban world, turning the makeshift and the informal into the livable and sustainable is our greatest challenge.