Femi Adewole looks at how collaboration between the public and private sector is helping to unlock delivery constraints for large-scale housing programmes in Nigeria.
Abi Daré’s debut novel is not a comfortable read, but reviewer Gail Collins couldn’t put down this tale of a Nigerian girl whose life is dominated by lack of education, poverty and modern slavery.
Access Bank has risen to become Nigeria’s biggest bank and is rapidly becoming a major force across the continent. Dianna Games spoke to MD Herbert Wigwe to find out more about the bank’s growth strategy
Charles Okpaleke’s journey, from struggling student to top film producer, and the operator of Nigeria’s first drive-in cinema, reads like the script of a Nollywood epic. Profile by Gail Collins
Nigeria is Africa’s top oil producer, but 65% of its population do not have access to reliable power. Dianna Games examines one of the main brakes on the country’s economic development
Free Trade Zones in Lagos and other major cities are attracting a growing number of companies. Will these areas help Nigeria achieve its ambitions to diversify the economy away from oil? Dianna Games reports