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Public hearings into thousands of forced evictions in Nigeria
02/12/2013 - International report

Public hearings into thousands of forced evictions in Nigeria

In Nigeria, a series of nationwide public hearings is underway into complaints by tens of thousands of people who have lost their homes and business premises as a result of forced evictions.

Nigeria privatises power industry
14/11/2013 - International report

Nigeria privatises power industry

Nigeria, a country notorious for frequent power cuts, has  privatised its power sector in an effort to improve electricity supply.

Twin killing in Nigeria
06/11/2013 - International report

Twin killing in Nigeria

The killing of twins and other babies, whose birth is considered a bad omen, was a cultural practice among some ethnic groups in Nigeria more than 100 years ago.

Albinos in Nigeria fight back
15/10/2013 - International report

Albinos in Nigeria fight back

People with Albinism, who are also known as Albinos, suffer some of the worst cases of discrimination and human rights abuses in Africa.

African education series pt 4 - Nigeria's private universities
03/10/2013 - International report

African education series pt 4 - Nigeria's private universities

In Nigeria, there is increasing demand for private university education. Public universities in the country are perceived as poorly-managed and lacking in facilities.

New construction forces Lagos slum dwellers onto the street
15/08/2013 - International report

New construction forces Lagos slum dwellers onto the street

As Nigerian authorities seach for new land for construction, slums dwellers in the country's main city Lagos are increasingly being evicted. A report by the human rights group Amnesty ...

Urine-power to the rescue of power-hungry Nigeria
14/06/2013 - International report

Urine-power to the rescue of power-hungry Nigeria

Nigeria is Africa’s leading oil producer but suffers frequent fuel scarcity. For anyone doing business, this is a big problem. Many businesses have folded as a result.

Christian-Muslim tension grows in Nigeria
24/01/2013 - International report

Christian-Muslim tension grows in Nigeria

Religious tensions in northern Nigeria have been heightened following the suicide bombings of churches and other violent attacks on Christians by the Islamist group Boko Haram. Nigeria is ...

Urine-power to the rescue of power-hungry Nigeria
23/11/2012 - International report

Urine-power to the rescue of power-hungry Nigeria

Nigeria is Africa’s leading oil producer but suffers frequent fuel scarcity. For anyone doing business, this is a big problem. Many businesses have folded as a result.

20/11/2012 - Report: Nigeria

Nigeria struggles to stop billion-dollar oil theft

Crude oil theft is a major problem in Nigeria, Africa’s largest oil exporter.

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