For the moment the find in Nigeria simply points to the potential for lithium resource. Full exploration will be necessary.
A return to debt sustainability will create room for African policy makers to stave off risks to the post-pandemic recovery.
Widows in Nigeria are still exposed to harmful practices.
Countries have used starvation as a war strategy for centuries, historically without being prosecuted. Three experts on hunger and humanitarian relief call for holding perpetrators accountable.
Intermediary cities have a vital role to play in the economies of African countries.
African states and their development partners must protect ECOWAS regional integration efforts.
The study reveals a consistently biased and negative depiction of sex workers by news media in Nigeria.
Nigerians are at risk of kidnapping as the cost of committing this crime is far less than its benefits.
The factors associated with death in mother and baby included low education in the mother, lack of antenatal care, referral from another facility.
Molecular research is expensive, but worth it because of the burden of disease that it could relieve.
Nigeria’s 23rd year of unbroken democratic rule will be celebrated on 12 June 2022.
The fear of domination of one ethnic group or section by another has persistently undermined efforts at democratic consolidation in Nigeria.
Strikes have had a negative impact on Nigeria but private universities have benefited.
Together with higher cotton production, nanotextile products can boost Nigeria’s textile industry and the economy.
Improved mediation skills for local leaders can help prevent the escalation of disputes and break cycles of violence.
All actors in the electoral processes in Nigeria must work together to ensure peaceful elections.
It is hard to fathom how Nigeria’s Central Bank interest rate increase would benefit most Nigerians.
Lifting awards at film festivals is just the start of the journey for documentaries like The Last Shelter (Mali), No U-Turn (Nigeria) and No Simple Way Home (South Sudan).
Nigeria’s built environment should ideally be part of a broader, integrated approach to crime prevention and community policing.
Blood Sisters is untypical of Nollywood’s normal fair in a number of ways. It chooses thrill over romance and challenges taboos.