People in Nigeria are creating new drugs either because they can’t afford more traditional narcotics, because they’re not controlled or because they’re strong.
Akinlawon Ladipo Mabogunje was Nigeria’s first professor of geography. He has died at 90. He served as a consultant to the Nigerian government and several states in urban and regional development, helping politicians and bureaucrats to understand how research institutions could influence and shape policy. Mabogunje’s legacy stretches far beyond his seminal book.
A new music genre, originating from South Africa called Amapiano meaning ‘the pianos’ in Zulu language has taken the world by storm. Its popularity has also simultaneously witnessed a significant rise of female DJs in South Africa. We take a look at some of the female DJs making history in Amapiano.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is common among women and girls in Nigeria but not many know its impact on their lives and reproductive health.
Elesin Oba, The King’s Horseman, is a film of a play by author and activist Wole Soyinka. It premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Creating employment and fighting corruption are two of the subjects discussed in the wide ranging discussion.
Nigerian writer Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeke is up for two Hugo Awards at the 80th World Science Fiction Convention. He is also scheduled to read and speak at the premier SF convention. Ekpeki’s U.S visa finally got approved after a long struggle.
Nigeria is preparing to elect its next president in February 2023. That person will have a daunting task fixing a near comatose economy. Here are four priorities that would make the difference.
In Nigeria, David Lanre Messan, the founder and CEO of FirstFounders Inc is one of the most sought-after fundraisers in the tech startup ecosystem.