New technologies can help reduce the cost of producing maps that warn where floods might happen.
Flooding constitutes a threat to Nigeria achieving the global sustainable development goals.
Young Nigerians are culturally encouraged to overdrink. How can they be protected?
The Nigerian military needs a systemic approach to solving family disruptions and strains often caused by personnel deployment away from home.
Governments are purposefully using laws that lack clarity, or ignore laws completely, to carry out illegal surveillance of their citizens.
Farmer-herder conflict is taking its toll on productivity in northern Nigeria. Efforts to solve this problem must include all stakeholders and take into account their concerns.
Nigeria’s child rights law must be applicable in all states to protect children living in camps for displaced people.
The atrocities and motivation of bandits have assumed insurgent-type criminality. But the Nigerian government is reluctant to label them terrorists or insurgents.
One year after the #EndSARS protests, not much has come out of the investigations into the shootings and deaths that occurred across the country.
Nigeria’s post COVID-19 economic recovery plan has resulted in only marginal improvements in economic growth, manufacturing and foreign direct investment.
Criminalising suicide directs resources towards punishment which has no significant deterrent effect.
Natural resource abundance in a country should not translate into a curse.
Exploring many contemporary cases of radical behaviour showed they had one thing in common: how the risk of radicalisation may be linked to fractured relationships.
Nigeria’s plan of de-radicalising and integrating former Boko Haram terrorists should be fine-tuned to achieve more.
Nigeria’s albatross is its political leadership and its limited capability to provide effective and modern governance.
Efforts to combat illegal fishing and fisheries crime must recognise the relationship between the sector and maritime security.
Increased funding for healthcare system would help the government quell incessant doctors’ strikes .
Access to water and other sanitation infrastructure depended on income level.
Jihadi groups take advantage of endemic poverty, inequality, high unemployment levels, illiteracy, ethnic divisions, and poor governance to spread their campaign of violence in the Sahel region.
Understanding what drives conflict, and tension, is the starting point for developing paths to peace.