Abortions are more often self-induced by women with drugs and dangerous substances in Nigeria due to restrictive abortion laws.
Social media platforms can be used to share critically important information about disaster management.
Insults against religion are illegal in Nigeria’s multi-faceted legal codes.
The Ukraine crisis is significantly increasing political stress and potential conflict throughout Africa.
As long as industrial policies in Nigeria are introduced only as a crisis response, import restrictions will continue to be their focus.
The illegal refinery process ignores all environmental, health and safety procedures and can have catastrophic consequences.
Political extremism has a checklist. The more boxes are checked, the closer political extremism gets.
With a monthly minimum wage of 30,000 Naira (US$72), the average Nigerian worker is groaning under the weight of the rising cost of living.
In the face of rising food prices in Nigeria, many salary earners have had to change the quality of foodstuff they buy or opt for cheaper alternatives.
When a patriarchal society is combined with a history of colonialism, women in that country are at heightened risk of gender-based violence.
To end banditry, Nigeria first needs to tackle poverty, hunger and unemployment.
Nigeria should urgently protect three freshwater ecosystems as these undisturbed environments are becoming rare globally.
As a major contributor of knowledge, Nigeria could make giant strides in nanotechnology – which in turn could help various industries blossom.
The Nigerian government needs to understand that banditry is an act of warfare and should be treated as such.
Public trust and confidence in the police is a concern in many parts of the world. How can Nigeria get it right?
The creation of the G5 Sahel added to the traffic of security groupings in the region
L'huile de palme est l'une des denrées agricoles les plus disputées du 21ème siècle, mais sa relation avec l’homme remonte à des milliers d'années.
Nigerian youth have increasingly been resisting and expressing their dissatisfaction with toxic workplaces.
Olusegun Obasanjo, former president of Nigeria, will be remembered for his roles in the rebirth of African Union and peacemaking.
500 million people live in 19 African countries deemed “water insecure”.