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5 Apr 2019
The level of threat plastic waste poses to man and nature is phenomenal. You may never ever want to improperly discard another piece of plastic after watching this short documentary on the scourge of plastic pollution in Nigeria.
20 Mar 2019
On Guardian Talks, we discuss the 2019 general elections held in Nigeria on 23 February and March 9, 2019.
19 Mar 2019
Fifty women doing phenomenal work in Nigeria’s tech ecosystem are being honoured via a photo exhibition. The exhibition titled AUDACITY is celebrating these daring women in an interactive exhibition captured in a portrait series by Rebecca Nwose and Kunmi Owepetu.
16 Mar 2019
Beyond being a gadget freak, what else do you know about YouTube Creator, Fisayo Fosudo? The Guardian got a chance to ask him very intimate questions and he didn't hold anything back.
15 Mar 2019
EmmaOhMyGod ( YouTube Creator) makes us laugh but behind the laughter is a man who cherishes his family. He opens up on his personal life and the things he's never made public.
22 Feb 2019
YouTube hosted some of its notable creators on Feb 12, ahead of Valentines Day.
8 Feb 2019
Mohammed had an accident in 2016 that left him with a spinal cord injury and bedridden for 15 months because he couldn't afford treatment. But he isn't allowing his disability stop him from living his dream.
11 Jan 2019
Researchers have created a bandage that generates a gentle electrical current that helps heal wounds four times faster. The electronic bandage, which has yet to be named, was tested on a group of rodent animals recently.
10 Jan 2019
The Rwandan government has banned cosmetics used for skin lightening or "bleaching". Rwandan president, Paul Kagame, had earlier raised concerns about the growing use of skin-lightening products on social media.
19 Nov 2018
4.5 billion people globally live without safe toilets while 892 million people still practice open defecation. The United Nations aims to ensure that everyone has a safe toilet and that no-one practices open defecation by 2030.
16 Nov 2018
Meet Nigeria's highest ranking female naval officer- Rear admiral Itunu Hotonu. Hutonu is Nigeria's first female Rear admiral and one of the first female architects in the Nigerian Navy. The 59 year-old navy chief has served as a staff college instructor in Nigeria and abroad.
7 Nov 2018
ART X Lagos is West Africa’s premier international art fair, designed to showcase the best and most innovative contemporary art from the African continent and its Diaspora.

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