The True Story of the Nigerian Schoolgirls Who Survived Boko Haram
Isha Sesay's new book gives a full and harrowing account of what happened to the 276 girls kidnapped by the jihadist group.
'Radical and Violent Revolution Is a Valid Defense': A Conversation With Nnamdi Ehirim
The writer and entrepreneur discusses his debut novel, the evolution of Nigerian literature, and the psychological toll of economic stagnancy.
The Nigerian Women Turning to a Different Kind of Oil to Tackle Economic Inequality
In the Niger Delta, women are processing palm oil, instead of crude, to provide for their families. However, the environmental impacts of palm oil plantations have some pleading for caution.
Viewfinder: Violent Clashes Between Farming Communities in Nigeria
Nigeria is facing an escalation in clashes between farmers and herders over land use and resources that is deepening along religious and ethnic lines.
PS Picks: Nigerian Creatives and the Art Scene in West Africa
PS Picks is a selection of the best things that the magazine's staff and contributors are reading, watching, or otherwise paying attention to in the worlds of art, politics, and culture.
This Nigerian NGO Is Using Education to Eradicate Female Genital Mutilation
The Value Female Network is changing hearts and minds to end the practice of FGM in the Osun state.