Can Nigeria get back on the industrial horse? Although current realities don’t hold much promise, the resilience of Nnewi, wartime Biafra’s industrial machine, suggests a new path, …
Aside from falling commodity prices, the threat of terrorism is the other factor in Africa’s economic slowdown, says Olusegun Obasanjo.
A lot can happen in a man’s life over 20 years, the accepted timespan for a generation. And that is certainly the case for John Kayode Fayemi, Nigeria’s current Minister of Solid Minerals, as Osasu Obayiuwana explains.
Nigeria’s former Finance Minister argues that resource mobilisation is essential to future development.
Nigeria’s primary focus is its neighbours, then the West African sub-region, then the African continent, then the rest of the world.
Boko Haram attacked traditional ruler Seini Boukar Lamine’s town, kidnapped him and his family and held them hostage for two and a half months.
As Boko Haram’s deadly insurgency spills out of Nigeria’s borders, we sent James Schneider to one of the affected regions – Cameroon’s far north.
Over 40,000 Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram now live as refugees in Minawao refugee camp in Cameroon. James Schneider visited the camp and finds out that …
James Schneider hears the personal stories of refugees forced out of Nigeria by Boko Haram.
Most Boko Haram fighters are very young. Many are just 14 or 15. The core fighting force is comprised of teenagers, with older fighters in their mid-20s.