The urban poor in Lagos grapple with loss of livelihoods and evictions. The Justice and Empowerment Initiative is trying to improve conditions for residents.
Investigative journalists have found the World Bank is still heavily investing in fossil fuel projects. DW's Fanny Facsar reports from Lagos where the lender granted loans to what's going to be the largest oil refinery.
Nigeria is grappling with overcrowded prisons and a backlog in court cases. In a bid to change this, Oyo State is now punishing lighter crimes with community service rather than jail time.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari beat his arch-rival Atiku Abubakar, but is Atiku right to reject the vote outcome? DW's Thomas Mösch thinks Nigeria's politicians should finally tackle the country's problems.
On June 29 the renowned Nigerian concert series once again hits Lagos. Its organizer, German-Nigerian musician Ade Bantu, sees Afropolitan Vibes as a venue for political criticism and a way to promote young musicians.
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