The future and fate of Nigeria depends on the strength of character and dedication of the incoming president.
Through their mastery of the environment and target selection, the Badoo cult gang was able to unleash terror among residents.
While Nigeria has made progress in controlling some neglected tropical diseases, it should do more as it carries a heavy burden of these diseases.
African governments, policy makers and education sectors could learn a great deal from other developing countries.
Ethnicity, religion, money, history and insecurity are among the forces that will be at play.
Nigeria’s Lekki Deep Sea Port is also its largest, and will boost the country’s ability to process imports and exports.
Nigerians and Ghanaians have all claimed authorship of Jollof rice. But a new book points out that the “Senegality” of this dish is established by the reference to “Jolof”.
For a country that aspires to reduce bureaucracy and liberalise its financial sector, currency redesign and cash withdrawal limits can only be counter-intuitive.
In its present form, the new Higher Education Bill lacks a governance framework that addresses the complaints of fee-paying students.
The news media provide a very particular case study of gender discrimination.
West Africa’s marine litter problem cannot be ignored. It can hinder the region’s economic and tourism growth, while putting people’s health at risk.
Spiralling insecurity is one of the biggest takeaways when considering Nigeria’s year in review, in 2022.
Zimbabwe, Turkey, Argentina, Pakistan and Nigeria all have presidential or general elections in 2023.
Holidays should be a time for children to relax both their bodies and their brains.
Although West Africa has made some headway with efforts to propagate democracy, its dividends, in the form of good governance, remain elusive.
It is useful to recognise why companies either restrict or strengthen their sustainability efforts in response to a crisis.
From the economic perspective, the year 2022 will be remembered, by many Nigerians, as a time of dashed hopes and disappointments.
Systemic large scale forced abortions in Nigeria’s north-east are a new development.
Through articles written by academic experts in the course of the year, The Conversation Africa takes a second look at Nigeria in 2022.
To qualify for the World Cup, Nigeria’s football structures need to link up with schools and build diverse support.