Linus Unah

Linus Unah

Linus Unah is a journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria. He writes about global health, conflict, agriculture and development across West Africa.

Nigeria

The #MeToo movement has reached Muslim-majority northern Nigeria

Survivors of sexual abuse and harassment are sharing their experiences on social media, using the #ArewaMeToo hashtag.

The #MeToo movement has reached Muslim-majority northern Nigeria

Education

Using dance to get Nigeria's street kids back in school

How Seyi Oluyole's Dream Catchers captured the attention of celebrities and made their way back to the classroom.

Using dance to get Nigeria's street kids back in school

Nigeria

Nigeria: Misery for students as university lecturers strike

Students say they are facing a bleak future as labour deadlock between the government and professors continues.

Nigeria: Misery for students as university lecturers strike

Nigeria

Following the money: Using tech to tackle corruption in Nigeria

Emerging civil society groups, backed by international donors, try to increase transparency with tech solutions.

Following the money: Using tech to tackle corruption in Nigeria

Nigeria

In Nigeria, Anglophone Cameroonians turn to low paid labour

Thousands who fled a government crackdown on protests struggle for basic necessities in neighbouring Nigeria.

In Nigeria, Anglophone Cameroonians turn to low paid labour

Nigeria

Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education

Free meals programme has fed nearly seven million pupils in about 40,000 schools and changed the nature of education.

Nigeria school food scheme revolutionising education