COP28 gives Nigeria another chance to fight for financing it needs to adapt to climate change.
Nigeria’s medical community is mourning the death of public health physician and university administrator, Emeritus Professor Umaru Shehu.
After more than 30 years of federalism, ethnic conflict in Ethiopia hasn’t been resolved – but neither has the country disintegrated.
To defeat armed banditry in its north-west region, Nigeria needs to adopt a new approach to policing.
The struggle with open defecation is a silent emergency, undermining the continent’s efforts towards sustainable development goals.
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The impact of housing quality extends beyond health to education and subsequent economic outcomes, particularly for children.
An improved public transport system and mapping of hotspots by law enforcement agencies would reduce susceptibility to crime in Lagos, Nigeria.
There is no data to speak categorically on whether concrete pavement is better than flexible pavement for Nigeria.
Primary identities are foundational and serve as the core part of an individual’s identity.
The government at national and state levels as well as private proprietors should appoint women as universities’ vice-chancellors.
Sea-level rises and storm surges don’t discriminate, but societal structures do.
At a time of increasing unease about the checks and balances for the use of AI, some African countries are spending more on harmful surveillance of their citizens.
Environmental degradation of Nigeria’s Niger Delta region is causing poverty as well as food insecurity, increased crime and conflict.
An installation at Tate Modern and two other shows in London are cementing the artist’s global reputation.
Beyond ordinary consumption, new research finds uses for kola nut in areas like agriculture and health.
Online discourse about female victims of sexual harassment in Nigeria shows negative attitudes towards the victims.
More efforts are needed to restore railways in Nigeria. It was a mainstay of the country’s economy in years gone by.
Individuals, the government, faith-based groups and NGOs all offer support to those who have fled the herder-farmer conflict.
We need to embed collective memory in conflict resolution strategies.