Online rage towards white communities and privileged classes can be read as fatigue with the postcolonial state.
Young people’s use of technology such as Twitter shows that they are interested in politics and governance and have found a way to participate.
Nigerian small business owners highlight the factors that limit full potential of social media use in commerce.
During the coronavirus pandemic the Jerusalema dance challenge enacted a way for communities to connect - repetitive enough to be picked up and varied enough to tease.
Despite same-sex relations being criminal, social media is a space to come out and speak back to homophobia for the Nigerian tweeters in the study.
Young people continue to find new ways to connect on social media, in spaces that are increasingly hard for governments to regulate.