Dons suggest solutions to incessant ASUU strike
While the entire globe is battling to find solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic that has forced several countries to lockdown to help stop the disease from spreading, Nigeria’s condition...
Nigeria, Belgium plan cultural exchange programme for 2020
The National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) and Belgium are planning a cultural exchange programme for the year. The Belgian Ambassador to Nigeria, His Excellency, Mr. Daniel Dorgent, categorically stated the need to come together...
Day kings lay down their crowns to worship God
Dr Adedapo Adewale Tejuoso is the Osile of Oke-Ona Egba, one of the three kings in Egbaland, Ogun State.
Adebutu decries Nigeria’s expensiveness, do-or-die politics
Newly installed Odole Odua of Yoruba, Sir Kessington Adebutu, has decried the expensive nature of Nigerian politics, stressing that the do-or-die tendency of politicians makes...
Faction of Imo monarchs want Ohiri sacked, Ilomuanya reinstated
It would appear that the tussle over headship of Imo State Council of Traditional Rulers has reverberated. This follows an attempt by a segment of the monarchs to have the council’s deposed chairman...
Hunger for beef offers rewards and risks for Nigeria's pastoralists
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.
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 Fulani: An AFP Special Investigation
They are one of the last great nomadic peoples of the planet, a community of some 35 million people scattered across 15 countries in West Africa, from the dusty Sahel down to the lush rainforests.