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How the war is affecting basic child education in CAR.
On Wednesday, the United Nations revealed that over 10,000 children have been unable to resume school in Central African Republic (CAR) this academic year because of the prolonged civil war in the state which has...
#SMmeetsJibrin- The cry for more transparency from the Nigerian government is getting louder.
Last Wednesday, former Chairman, Appropriations Committee, Mr Abdulmumin Jibrin was issued a 180 legislative days suspension by the House Committee on Ethics and Privileges for investigations.
#HaitianLivesMatter#PrayForHaiti: Haiti grieves alone as Hurricane Mathew leaves close to 900 dead.
What started off as a tropical wave that pushed off the African coast in late September advanced into a raging storm that destroyed cities and left nothing but ruin and fatalities in its path.
This young woman is using social media to teach Yoruba to Nigerian children in diaspora.
“There are many influential Nigerians all around the world.
#21RescuedChibokGirls: Nigeria, the war is far from over.
Since Thursday morning, Nigeria has been agog with the news of the release of 21 out of the over 200 school girls that were abducted by Boko Haram fighters in Chibok town more than two...
Na woman dey drive: Discussing patriarchy and sexism on Nigerian roads.
‘Na woman dey drive’. If you’ve ever journeyed on the road in Nigeria, then you must have heard someone say that before.
Oando foundation and Theirworld partner to empower Nigerian girls and young women through ICT.
A global children’s charity, Theirworld and Oando Foundation, an independent charity organisation have partnered to empower Nigerian girls and young women.
Art X Lagos seeks to promote the visibility of visual arts in Nigeria and Africa through an exceptional exhibition.
From November 4 to November 6, 2016, 65 Nigerian and African contemporary visual artists will exhibit their works at the Civic Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos, as TP-Collective presents its maiden edition of Art X...
The Hollywood adaption of Madiba Olivier’s Aurion: Legacy of Kori-Odan is yet another reason to tell African stories.
Kiro’o Games’ Founder, Cameroonian Madiba Olivier is about to literally watch his dreams materialise, alongside millions of other viewers.
Maria Grette and the Nigerian scam artist: A case of innocent heroism or ‘default mode’ white saviour complex?
Local and international media are presently intrigued by the story of 62-year-old Maria Grette from Sweden who ‘met’ and fell in love with a Nigerian scam artist named Johnny (to protect his identity), after he...