The insecurity that plagues Nigeria significantly undermines the quality of life for its people.
SMEs must incorporate Total Quality Management practices in their organisational culture for better performance.
Transparent selection processes and merit should be emphasised more in appointing vice-chancellors in Nigerian universities.
Although there had been an increase in violence in Niger since the last election results were announced, the attempted coup, on March 31, raised concerns to a new level in the volatile country.
ECOWAS needs to be decisive in enforcing its protocols and sanctioning members that flout the provisions of its protocols and policies.
Transnational feminism played a huge role in broadening gender studies in most institutions in Nigeria.
Crude is key to inflation. Here's why has it been going up so much.
Nigeria’s academic community is mourning the death of engineering professor and university administrator, Professor Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe.
Due to the poor security response of the Nigerian state, insurgency will continue to pose a serious threat to its northeast border communities.
Sustainable financial inclusion in Nigeria requires interventions that strengthen financial capability, participation and well-being of small-scale farmers.
In Nigeria, the unmarried, the unemployed, the less educated and those from the northern parts of the country were most susceptible to psychological challenges associated with COVID-19 lockdown.
Confusion reigns about Nigeria's distribution plan for its first batch of COVID-19 vaccines.
China is providing masks, vaccines, medical equipment and personnel to African countries ignored by the U.S. in recent years, positioning itself as an essential partner to the region.
The crisis of statehood and citizenship confronting Nigeria can only be tackled by committed work around political justice.
The Buhari government has a long way to go in its anti-corruption battle as seen in the latest Transparency International rankings.
The availability of data by sex and gender is important for national responses when it comes to prevention, treatment and control.
The HPV vaccine is an effective prevention for cervical cancer, especially if adolescents get it before sexual debut.
Nigeria could close the skills gap in the manufacturing sector by including 3D printing in the curriculum of engineering programmes.
Nigerians, as well as other Africans, need to actively work to decolonise social arrangements created by the British.
For Nigeria to feed its growing population efficiently and support food production by small farm holders, investment in rural infrastructure is key.