Five Million Nigerians Oppose Monsanto’s Plans To Introduce GMO Crops

By Lorraine Chow, Ecowatch. -

Millions of Nigerians are urging the Nigerian government to reject Monsanto’s attempts to introduce genetically modified (GMO) cotton and maize into the country's food and farming [...]

Why Nigeria Knows Better How To Fight Corona Than The US

By Crystal Simeoni, Ips-journal.eu -

The coronavirus disease, otherwise known as COVID-19, was first reported in Wuhan, China on the last day of December 2019. When it began to spread rapidly , the World Health Organisation (WHO) [...]

2019 Protests From North, West, East And Southern Africa

2019 had her fair share of protests from North, West, East and Southern Africa. The reasons for these protests were largely political, followed by economic and then demand for human rights in [...]

Nigerian Villagers Will Take On Shell In Supreme Court Show-Down

By Phil Miller, Morningstaronline.co.uk -

TENS of thousands of Nigerian farmers and fishermen have been granted permission to challenge oil giant Shell at the supreme court in London. Villagers from the Niger Delta’s Bille and Ogale [...]

In Nigeria, A Template For Solar-Powered Minigrids Emerges

By Chris Warren, Greentechmedia.com -

How a unique partnership, innovative financing and stubborn persistence created a model for localized solar and batteries. On a humid November day in the small Nigerian village of Gbamu Gbamu [...]

Ken Saro-Wiwa And The Power Of Resistance

By Ken Henshaw, www.redpepper.org.uk -

By Ken Henshaw for Red Pepper - On 10 November, it will be 20 years since Ken Saro-Wiwa, president of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), and eight other Ogoni leaders were [...]

Our Girls Are Still Not Home: Boko Haram & The Politics Of Death

By Ajamu Baraka, www.blackagendareport.com -

The advocates of a purely military response ignore or are unaware of the fact that before Boko Haram went underground to wage its military campaign against the Nigerian state, it represented a [...]