Despite being a language spoken nationwide, Pidgin seems to have gained little attention from both established writers and the new writers who are fronting the Nigerian online literary experience. Read more.
Science-centrists, who are convinced of the success of science in modeling the world, view all faith-centric responses to COVID-19 as an antithesis to ‘common-sense approaches’ to public health. Read more.
When tracking the progression of Mendel’s photo portfolios and imagery, however, there is a shift from representations of suffering, pain, and death of people with HIV/AIDS to those in which he aims to show people in a ‘positive, individualized way’. Read more.
This widespread begging practice within almajiranci, combined with lower prospects for alms-giving due to a constrained local economy, leads to almajirai being out on the streets for longer. This, in turn, leaves them vulnerable and prone to exploitation by terrorist groups such as Boko Haram. Read more.