The Nigerian government appears determined to proceed with its policy of removing the fuel subsidy. However, it is important that this decision is implemented in a manner that does not compromise the standard of living of low-income individuals.
As indigenous oil and gas firms take over from international oil companies, Nigeria’s coastal and marine ecosystems are experiencing extensive damage due to unsustainable practices and a lack of environmental commitments.
No longer the self-proclaimed Goliath of the Afrobeats scene, Davido’s latest release reveals a waning star in a crowded firmament.
There are strong echoes across Africa of the recession of the late 1970s and early 1980s. The reappearance of recession, debt and structural adjustment to the continent reminds us of the fundamental contradiction of capitalism.
For black women in particular, the individual pursuit of a soft, consumption-driven life is a fragile approach to securing social justice.
How are we to discuss and deal with colonization in Africa without using language that acknowledges that we were something before colonization?
As nearly a dozen countries in the region prepare to hold presidential elections, the spread of disinformation is inflaming the continent's political landscape. Will facts prevail and calm the situation?
In Nigeria’s recent election cycle, many citizens looked to Peter Obi for change. But the country needs people-led social transformation, not saviors.
Peter Obi, previously a contender for the Nigerian president, is neither a savior nor a socialist, but his candidacy and his supporters enlivened Nigerian elections.
There is evidence that many terrorist organizations in Africa are rapidly creating technical solutions to enhance their lethal operations. It is therefore of paramount importance that African counterterrorism efforts keep up with technological advancements.
Chief Nyamweya and Anne Connelly’s graphic novel and motion comic imagines an alternative African future using storytelling and blockchain technology.