Without stable electricity, Nigerians turn to solar

DEVELOPMENT - 20 SEP 2019

Without stable electricity, Nigerians turn to solar

Unreliable power supply in Nigeria is spurring the use of solar home systems; what are the risks?

Jennifer Anya

In Lagos, all roads lead to the Island.

DEVELOPMENT - 11 SEP 2019

In Lagos, all roads lead to the Island.

The Lagos Island has become Lagos’ major commercial centre, racing other parts of the city behind.

Nigeria is in multidimensional poverty

DEVELOPMENT - 13 AUG 2019

Nigeria is in multidimensional poverty

There are 98 million Nigerians living in multidimensional poverty- but what does it mean?

Martha Sambe

SMEs and Alternative Power for Nigeria

DEVELOPMENT - 09 AUG 2019

SMEs and Alternative Power for Nigeria

A look into Nigeria's off-grid alternative power solutions

Festus Okubor

Understanding the costs of polygamy in Nigeria

DEVELOPMENT - 01 AUG 2019

Understanding the costs of polygamy in Nigeria

Polygamy remains popular in the Muslim North, but is it good for Nigerian society?

Farida Adamu

Cities need to change their perceptions of poor people

DEVELOPMENT - 23 JUL 2019

Cities need to change their perceptions of poor people

The poor are often treated as unwanted appendages in cities, often viewed as obstacles to growth.

Rebecca Roberts

DEVELOPMENT - 01 JUL 2019

Nigeria's ethnic diversity can harm economic growth

This article explores the consequences of ethnic diversity on Nigeria's development

Stephannie Adinde

DEVELOPMENT - 25 JUN 2019

How to better fund Nigerian universities

What needs to happen for Nigerian Universities to get more money.

Ugochukwu Iwuchukwu

DEVELOPMENT - 30 MAY 2019

Understanding the Almajiri

The Almajiri system is holding back youth and economic development in Northern Nigeria

Farida Adamu

DEVELOPMENT - 28 MAY 2019

What to do about Lagos' slums

We take another look at the slums of Lagos, to better identify solutions to the growing problem

Rebecca Roberts

Why Nigerian buildings will continue to collapse

DEVELOPMENT - 29 APR 2019

Why Nigerian buildings will continue to collapse

Buildings collapse for many reasons. In Nigeria, buildings mostly collapse because of negligence.

Noelle Okwedy

Small Business, Big Government: Scaling SMEs in Nigeria

DEVELOPMENT - 08 APR 2019

Small Business, Big Government: Scaling SMEs in Nigeria

SMEs present a unique opportunity for Nigerian growth, only if courted

Seun Onigbinde

Do Nigerians have a problem with local rap?

DEVELOPMENT - 02 APR 2019

Do Nigerians have a problem with local rap?

We take a look at the Nigerian tendency to prefer foreign rap sounds over local rap

Aisha Salaudeen

The cost of Nigeria's “Tokunbo” policy

DEVELOPMENT - 01 APR 2019

The cost of Nigeria's “Tokunbo” policy

With the introduction of the Tokunbo policy, are more Nigerians buying new cars?

Akinkunmi Akingbade

Nigeria is wasting its greatest resource, young people.

DEVELOPMENT - 21 MAR 2019

Nigeria is wasting its greatest resource, young people.

Nigeria is currently failing to refine and use its most precious resource: the minds of its young people

David Mba

Why are Nigerian concerts always late?

DEVELOPMENT - 07 MAR 2019

Why are Nigerian concerts always late?

If you attend a concert in Nigerian, it will almost always start late. Why?

Aisha Salaudeen

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