Al Jazeera meets three host families to see how they’ve opened their homes to fellow Nigerians fleeing from Boko Haram.
Femke van Zeijl
Who is the Oba of Benin Kingdom in Nigeria and why is he so important to so many people?
In a country where court cases often last 10 years and many suspects languish in jails, could mediation be a solution?
Ibadan was once the hub of Nigeria’s film industry, but its cinemas have now been turned into churches and malls.
With the women who are challenging society’s expectations and making the industry thrive.
The story of Balaraba Ramat Yakubu, the woman giving Muslim Nigerian women a voice in fiction.
Remembering the 27-year-old victim of a Boko Haram attack – and the many nameless, faceless Nigerians like him.
Residents of the northeastern city Yola recall the most recent bombing and ask if anywhere is safe from Boko Haram.
How Calabar’s Old Residency building offers a glimpse into Nigeria’s history.
How one woman set about connecting her country.