Director Dare Olaitan’s Knock Out Blessing (2018), is nothing less than a meditation on rape culture.
... And why Nigeria's 2019 elections were about race, class and ideology.
The erratic electricity supply in Nigeria is a metaphor for life there.
On writers, empathy and (black) solidarity politics.
Everyday Lagos and Lagosians fill the pages of Leye Adenle's thrillers, but fail to fill some holes in the plots.
Omoyele Sowore was the presidential hope of Nigeria's most active leftist groups. He fared abysmally. So, what next for progressive electoral politics in Nigeria?
Bisi Silva's constant movement was a form of unlearning, seen in her awareness of artists and cultural production on the African continent.
In a heteronormative society like Nigeria, men are entitled to sex with any and all women.
On xenophobia against Nigerians in Ghana.
Two new Nigerian films explore the world of traditional worship in Nigeria
Why do people on the border between Nigeria and northern Cameroon refer to Boko Haram as slave holders?
Negotiations for a minimum wage put Nigeria's trade unions at the front of poor people's struggles.
Nigeria's former finance minister wrote a book about her time in government. It is a thinly veiled attempt to clean up her image.
A critical look at some of the problematic assumptions that defined African literature during the decades of its inception.
What has the world's Moët drinking capital and a world leader in global indices of private jet ownership to do with left politics?
Try being a single woman in Nigeria.
Christian Pentecostalism has crept to the center of public life in Nigeria.
The planned global Education Outcomes Fund—the UN seems onboard—would create markets for “non-state” providers while guaranteeing profits for private investors that purchase “impact bonds.”
The new film 'Kasala' doubles as a quasi-documentary on the Nigerian condition and will appeal to anyone who has ever felt any kind of poverty.
Everyone but the Chibok girls--subjects of #BringBackOurGirls--and their families in Nigeria have moved on, but history does not march on for the victims.