‘People Just Want a Life’: Why These Young People are Bailing on Nigeria
Many young Nigerians believe Peter Obi winning the presidential election is their last hope of ending corruption and perpetual violence. But for some, it's already too late.
‘It’s On a Different Dimension’: Inside Africa’s Most Toxic City
Children in Kabwe, Zambia have an average of over 20 times more lead in their blood than the kids of Flint, Michigan, did during the height of the city's water crisis.
The 25-Year-Old Who Negotiates With Boko Haram
Ummu Kalthum is one of the youngest – and most successful – mediators brokering deals to free Boko Haram hostages in Nigeria.