For Africa to flourish, foreign investors must help homegrown businesses become manufacturers and exporters.
Lake Chad has shrunk to a tenth its size, with climate change one of the factors. This has a huge impact on the lives of people dependent on it for food and water. A local explains.
One in two pupils worldwide do not pick up the basics of literacy or numeracy. But a new scheme in Nigeria shows how quickly this can change when teachers are given proper support.
Health-focused startups have become high-profile players in Nigeria after identifying gaps in the market, reflecting the positive future of health-tech companies across the continent.
In the Nigerian state of Edo, 20,000 children have returned to school since bold educational reforms began one year ago, according to the government.
Nigeria has more people living in poverty than any other country. Here are three steps the country's government must take to meet the first sustainable development goal of ending poverty
Muhammudu Buhari has been re-elected as President of Nigeria after a first term focused on fighting corruption.
With President Muhammadu Buhari re-elected for a second term, here are the problems Nigeria's leadership must address if the 'Giant of Africa' is to keep on growing.
Stifled by its political systems and leadership challenges, the West will struggle to address its climate change targets by 2030. It is time to ask: how would the developing world do it?
Nigeria is in the midst of a population boom that has left the nation with just 10% of the energy it needs to supply its people.
The rising sea levels and heavy rain caused by climate change are affecting people and their livelihoods across the world today. Here are seven reports from an already flooding planet.
Research suggests that mini power grids could boost local economies and provide jobs.
It's aiming to generate 30% of its energy from renewable sources by 2030.
The same technology that made Nigeria famous for cybercrime is now bringing jobs and opportunities to the country's digitally enabled young.
Nigeria has one of the highest rates of malaria in the world, and Nigerians spend a large proportion of their income on treatment and prevention.