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Nigeria’s Capital Is Encircled By Insecurity. It Looks Like This

Surrounded by states grappling with various forms of insecurity, Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, has recently seen a number of attacks that demonstrate its vulnerability to violent crimes and terror attacks.

It’s The Little Things: Life As A Visually Impaired Person

Obinna Ekujereonye lives in the heart of Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, fighting for opportunities with three million other residents, most of whom are sighted, unlike Obinna, who navigates the sprawling city with technological — and occasionally human — aid.

All Die Na Die: At The Heart Of Nigeria’s Soot Problem

Illegal oil refining is causing irreversible damage to the environment, the people, and the air in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, South-south Nigeria. While the government said it has dismantled illegal refining sites, a visit to different refining sites confirms otherwise.

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