A Dutch court has ordered the energy company’s Nigerian subsidiary to pay farmers compensation over oil spills.
Linus Unah is a journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria. He writes about global health, conflict, agriculture and development across West Africa.
Pain lingers on for parents who lost their sons and daughters in attack on school in the town of Kumba.
President Biya has not addressed nation in weeks, raising questions, but gov’t has taken series of steps to stem virus.
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Experts say Nigeria is prepared to contain new virus following a successful response to Ebola more than five years ago.
Survivors of sexual abuse and harassment are sharing their experiences on social media, using the #ArewaMeToo hashtag.
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Students say they are facing a bleak future as labour deadlock between the government and professors continues.
Emerging civil society groups, backed by international donors, try to increase transparency with tech solutions.
Thousands who fled a government crackdown on protests struggle for basic necessities in neighbouring Nigeria.