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Nigeria’s next president faces a collapsing security situation: five things s/he can do

By Al Chukwuma Okoli, Federal University Lafia Election season in Nigeria is an interesting time. It is, expectedly, characterised by heated contestations and conversations that...

Yusuf Alli @60: Unveiling an investigative journalist par excellence

By Yushau A. Shuaib He is one of the finest gentlemen of the press that I have ever encountered. A courageous, fearless, humane and humble...

Patriarchy persists in Nigeria – and men aren’t the only ones who keep it that way

By Egodi Uchendu, University of Nigeria Chrisland Schools on Victoria Island in Lagos was recently in the news for the wrong reasons. Nigerian newspapers –...
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Christians in Nigeria feel under attack: why it’s a complicated story

By Jideofor Adibe, Nasarawa State University, Keffi NIGERIA has a long history of religious tensions against which the current spate of violence against Christians must...

The BBC in Nigeria: Between reporting and propagating terror, By Kadaria Ahmed

By Kadaria Ahmed It has simply gotten out of hand. Journalists and now a global media organisation of repute, the BBC, which should know better, are...

When Supreme Court Justices turn whistleblowers  

By Chido Onumah & Godwin Onyeacholem  On Thursday, July 14, 2022, the African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL) in collaboration with Yar’Adua Foundation...
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Do Nigerian regions receive disproportionate humanitarian policy attention?

By Nengak Daniel Gondyi Does humanitarian funding in Nigeria need to shift from the North East to the Middle Belt in line with conflict trends?...

‘Gain a child, lose a tooth’: old saying holds true for women in northern Nigeria

By Elizabeth Oziegbe, Obafemi Awolowo University Childbearing has an impact on the health of women, and the impact grows with the number of times a...

At what point is a disease deemed to be a global threat? Here’s the answer

By C Raina MacIntyre, UNSW Sydney and Obijiofor Aginam, United Nations University Whenever there is an outbreak of a disease in the world – such...
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