Higher prices for food, fuel and other raw materials are squeezing small business owners in Nigeria and their customers.
Ope Adetayo is a Nigerian writer and journalist based in Lagos.
Young Nigerians say they are still victims of police brutality and their demands for systemic reforms have not been met.
The high cost of private PCR tests and results delays are inhibiting a key weapon in Nigeria’s fight against COVID-19.
NYSC members complain of being sent to dangerous areas, poor conditions and little improvement in job prospects.
Contract staffers at Nigeria’s banks can work for years without a raise, promotion, benefits or job security.
Unsafe termination of pregnancy results in thousands of deaths in Nigeria, where abortion carries a heavy jail sentence.
A police shooting in Mushin during EndSARS protests highlights years of simmering anger and new calls for police reform.
An unorthodox union and an unregulated transport system leave many Nigerian bus drivers vulnerable to poverty and abuse.