With over 200 million people and an emerging middle class, Nigeria is witnessing a boom in demand for meat that offers potential but also risks for the semi-nomadic herders who provide most of its beef.
In the heart of the metropolis, a king of Nigeria's herder Fulani
The Sarkin Fulani of Lagos sinks into his white upholstered throne, lays a hand on the sculpted golden cow head that forms the armrest and scans the subjects gathered at his feet.
Forces of history drive Nigeria's herder-farmer conflict
Beneath an escalating conflict between herders and farmers in central Nigeria lies a relentless but often under-reported force: history.
The long read: Nigeria's War of the Land
"Move! Move!" The herders cry, the packed crowd divides, and a vast column of cattle charges through the swirling dust, their long sharp horns swaying like a forest.
Unending battle for stool of Amayanabo of Okrika
Hope that the battle over throne of the Amayanabo of Okrika in Rivers State, which has been the subject of court litigation for almost two decades...
Ugborodo is not Escravos
I write from what I know and have experienced, not from mere sentiment, because I was born in Ugborodo eight decades ago.
After 22 year I reconciled my people with our neighbours — HRM Oba Alayeluwa Masoud Aweda Oyekola Lawal
Kishi Kingdom is one of the largest of old Oyo Empire, and the man on the throne is HRM Oba Masoud Aweda Oyekola Lawal, the Arowoduye II of Kishi Kingdom.
Why emotional resilience is important in workplace
Kingsley works as an Accounts Manager in a top Finance firm. As his position in the Organisation grew, it came with more responsibilities and late nights.
Best cultural moments of 2018
The Rise Of Duncan Mighty With five full length albums to his name, including 2016’s “The Certificate”, Duncan Mighty was still Port Harcourt’s best kept secret having avoided the flash and pop of the music industry in Lagos. “Fake Love” his collaboration with Wizkid reintroduced his inimitable singing, peerless writing and old highlife pedigree to…