NIGERIA

9.23.19

We Need to Talk About a Planned Retreat from Climate Disaster Zones Now

Communities globally are already engaged in the thorny process of relocating because of climate change. Experts say we need to talk about a managed retreat now, so that it doesn't become a nightmare.

8.13.19

How Black Brits Are Reconnecting With Their African Heritage

These days, you don't have to shell out for an expensive flight just to get back in touch with your roots.

7.17.19

The Young Women Leading Nigeria's #MeToo Revolution

The movement has reached Africa's largest country after a prominent pastor was accused of rape.

4.2.19

Rich Nigerians Are Importing Pizza from London by Plane, Government Official Claims

“They bring it on British Airways in the morning to pick up at the airport,” the minister of agriculture said.

3.8.19

Chiwetel Ejiofor Is Bringing Real African Stories to Netflix

The director of ‘The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind’ believes that all stories have Oscar relevance.

2.13.19

Home Coming: Lagos

An intimate tour of one writer's hometown, one traffic jam at a time.

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12.7.18

This Nigerian Harvest Festival Celebrates the Yam in All Its Glory

Every year, hundreds gather to sample traditional Nigerian dishes at London’s annual Iri-ji New Yam Festival, a celebration of the yam crop in Igboland.

11.1.18

How a New Generation Is Building on Britain's Long History of West African Food

And why there’s so much more to explore, from Nigerian egusi soup and Ghanaian kelewele to Senegalese thieboudienne.

10.3.18

Watch the Inspiring New Documentary About Skepta's Homecoming Festival

Skepta hosted Lagos's second annual Homecoming festival and his sister and Beats 1 anchor Julie Adenuga was there to witness it all.

7.12.18

Photos That Challenge How We Use Clothing as Markers of Identity

Lagos based artist Noma Osula uses wigs to make his models anonymous and challenge how we perceive them

5.30.17

Meet the Hibiscus-Obsessed Chef Celebrating British Nigerian Food

This week, Lopé Ariyo releases Hibiscus, a collection of classic Nigerian recipes with a few personal twists—like her liberal use of the edible African flower.

4.7.17

How We're Bringing a Taste of Nigeria to a London Cafe

From plantain waffles to kuli kuli chicken, Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick—founders of Nigerian pop-up Chuku’s—want Londoners to experience the flavours of Nigeria.

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