Growing up in Canada, author of ‘Buchi Emecheta’s The Joys Of Motherhood: A Precursor To Contemporary Nigerian Feminist Texts?’, Mobólúwajídìde D. Joseph used to feel inauthentic as a Nigerian writer. Read our interview.
More than 60 years since independence, little has changed in Nigeria’s political party system when it comes to articulating national objectives for the growth and development of the Nigerian polity. Read more.
‘African homophobia’ is a distinct variant of global homophobia because it is based on unique theoretical foundations that blend prejudices imported from non-African (mostly Western and Islamic) contexts. Read more.
According to a TIME investigation, Facebook content moderators in Kenya have revealed how their workplace culture is characterized by low pay, mental trauma, intimidation and the suppression of the right to unionize. Read more.
Since 04 February 2022, residents in Lagos have reported more-than-usual road traffic driven by fuel scarcity. The lack of fuel has generated long queues at filling stations across Lagos and other cities. Read more.