Who will bear the brunt of Nigeria’s 2015 budget loopholes?

By Evelyn Okakwu Reports by various analysts have shown that the 2015 Budget Appropriation Bill…

Boko Haram crisis: Why it is hard to know the truth in Nigeria

By Will Ross. It is not easy to find out the truth in Nigeria. The…

Saving Nigerian children from malnutrition

Malnutrition, especially in infants and children below five years, has plagued Nigeria like a tumor…

Baga: The sad tale of a deserted town

By Evelyn Okakwu A recent report by stakeholders in Nigeria’s security sector debunked the claim…

Sold by her father: Little girl Sold in Myanmar and trafficked to China

It’s been a year since Khin Khin Oo was sold by her father. Eight thousand…

Gambia ‘coup plot’: Inside story of a failed takeover

An FBI agent has revealed details of the alleged plot to overthrow The Gambia’s president…

Burying Ebola dead: Worst job in the world?

By Tulip Mazumdar The death toll from Ebola in west Africa has this week passed…

Torture and death for Uzbek Muslims in jail

After 2005 revolt against President Karimov’s iron-fisted rule, crackdown against Muslims continues unabated. Mansur Mirovalev…

The politics of African-American fugitives in Cuba

Havana, Cuba – Charles Hill scoffs at the idea of surrender after more than four…

Signs of hope for 2015, ignited by the plusses of 2014

By Evelyn Okakwu The year 2014 may have had a couple of difficult moments for…