The most conservative, traditional Muslims in the diaspora tend to be marginalised. They don’t work, or work low-income jobs.
Nigeria don’t have enough universities to take in all it’s intending students, but the government don’t care
There are multiple stories of lecturers collecting bribes from students in exchange for grades among many other abuses in Nigerian universities.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika, whose recent bid for a fifth term (despite ongoing illness) sparked the current hirak, was elected for the first time in 1999.
Nigeria’s educational system is in assorted crises of infrastructural decay.
A dismally low turnout in the presidential elections revealed the fractured relationship between politicians and populace.
Not many knew Prophet Shepherd Bushiri until three people died in a stampede at his Enlightened Christian Gathering Church in Pretoria.
Hard work and discipline help girls outperform boys in class, but that advantage disappears in the work force. Is school the problem?
Being female in Nigeria can be considered an extreme sport, with women and girls perpetually playing the odds.