What a new president needs to know as he takes the reins of a deeply divided and disillusioned country.
An expert on Nigerian political history explains why the 2023 elections are unique and critical.
Nigeria’s current political problems are simply too daunting to embark on an honest journey to true federalism at this stage.
Nigeria must remove fuel subsidies and channel the funds to critical sectors of its economy.
Nigeria’s albatross is its political leadership and its limited capability to provide effective and modern governance.
The Nigerian government has no legal capacity to unilaterally regulate or police borderless social media platforms.
Until the conditions that led to the Nigeria-Biafra war are resolved, the debate on the viability of one Nigeria will continue to arise.
President Muhammadu Buhari’s Twitter shutdown will be hard to enforce and could have dire consequences for Nigeria’s fragile democratic institutions and economy.
A new book explains the manifestations of the oil curse in Nigeria and Angola since independence.
The story of Nigeria’s #EndSARS movement shows just how durable law enforcement institutions are – and why the road to reform goes straight uphill.
The gap between the continent’s most democratic and authoritarian regions is likely to continue to grow.
What role do foreign actors play in African elections? Cambridge Analytica’s case sheds some light.
It’s been a decade since Boko Haram morphed into a violent, radicalised, Jihadist sect after the death of its founder. Since then it has caused untold harm in Nigeria.
South Africa and Nigeria have had a turbulent relationship dating back to the early 1990s.
Although Nigeria and South Africa are often cast as rivals they have a strong bilateral relationship
WhatsApp can amplify and complement a candidate’s ground campaign. But it cannot replace it.
June 12 is widely regarded as the most important day in Nigeria’s post-independence poltiical history
Nigeria has the world’s highest number of out-of-school children and over 60 million of its citizens are illiterate. Here’s what the country can do to improve its education sector.
While the 2019 presidential election wasn’t perfect, it showed that democracy is gradually being entrenched in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s high unemployment rate has created a bloated and unproductive informal sector.