On The New York Times' tone-deaf photo-essays of a group of Nigerian women who managed to escape Boko Haram.
There is very little self-made about Nigeria's young, rich and glamorous like oil magnate Paddy Adenuga and DJ Cuppy.
Despite what Dangote wants us to believes about the magical power of entrepreneurship, his business savvy alone is not why he made it.
Dare Olaitan’s film Ojukokoro gets some room to breathe in New York, after being stifled at the box office in Lagos.
The book 'Nollywood: The Making of a Film Empire' takes a journalistic approach to that industry without falling back on the bombast of most popular accounts.
What is missing in this conversation is the question as to why and how a pastoralist community suddenly becomes a roving insurgency across the country.
The innocuous photos of two Nigerian Islamic clerics in suits shopping and relaxing in London circulated in Northern
In Nigeria, there is a critical mass of scientific, medical and public health expertise – from managing medical crises, natural disasters and the health-related fallouts of economic breakdown.
Also: After paying $700m for the last 10 years, in installments, the Swiss government will return the final $320m a former dictator stashed there.
Interview with Emmanuel Iduma, co-founder of Saraba magazine.
In death, Fela Kuti is being rehabilitated by Nigeria's government. It may all be a false note.
Nigerian filmmakers are embracing the short form as more than just a cinematic calling card.
There is a worrisome, undue accent on ethnic and sub-ethnic affiliations deserving scrutiny in Nigeria. Until
In the history of democratic transitions in Africa – whether from military, one-party, civilian or multi-party
A Nigerian immigrant to the Bronx, New York, Osaretin Ugiagbe documents the lives of his friends and strangers on the streets.
The American network VICE turns to Nigeria and its film industry as a further source of wonder for its mostly white correspondents.
You are bound to be inundated by all manner of readings of “Isoken,” Jadesola Osiberu’s new Nollywood rom-com, the majority of them feminist.
Reflecting on the April 2017 visit of openly gay CNN business news presenter Richard Quest to Nigeria.
"It was a lifetime performance of lies and false living. I played the role of a homophobic straight guy while I craved to hold the hands of a guy. I worshipped at the temple of homophobes while I prayed for a man to call my own."
In the past few months, there has a resurgence of Biafra in Nigeria by a group