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Most Nigerians Think the Coronavirus was Created in a Lab.

Most Nigerians Think the Coronavirus was Created in a Lab.

One of the most important issues that have trailed public space since the outbreak…

researcherng May 19, 2020
COVID19: What Changed About Religion in Nigeria?

COVID19: What Changed About Religion in Nigeria?

Where does God self-quarantine during an epidemic?Mattia Ferraresi A 2019 Pew Research showed that…

researcherng May 18, 2020
Nigerians Hold More Trust in the NCDC than the Rest of  Government

Nigerians Hold More Trust in the NCDC than the Rest of Government

Public trust is an essential lubricant for the workings of any political systemAfrobarometer, 2019…

researcherng May 13, 2020
Where Nigerians Turn to for COVID-19 Related News

Where Nigerians Turn to for COVID-19 Related News

In the past weeks, global media has been inundated with news and updates about…

researcherng May 12, 2020
Coronavirus in Nigeria: Weekly Watch

Coronavirus in Nigeria: Weekly Watch

The weekly analysis of the numbers shows that though there has been a steady…

researcherng April 18, 2020
Coronavirus in Nigeria: Watching the Curve

Coronavirus in Nigeria: Watching the Curve

With more than 3 million confirmed infections and up to 269,000 deaths confirmed globally,…

researcherng March 26, 2020
A Dwindling ECA in the Time of COVID-19

A Dwindling ECA in the Time of COVID-19

Nigeria’s finance minister announced last Monday that the country will cut the size of…

researcherng March 23, 2020
Nigerians have more negative​ than positive views about the ​country's ability to manage Coronavirus

Nigerians have more negative​ than positive views about the ​country's ability to manage Coronavirus

On February 28, 2020, Nigeria had its first confirmed case of the COVID-19 virus….

researcherng March 9, 2020
Nigeria in the Last Decade: 10 Things

Nigeria in the Last Decade: 10 Things

Summarily, Nigeria in the last ten years has seen slow GDP growth, a 15-month long recession, rising unemployment, rising debt, and soaring poverty levels (the highest number in the world).

researcherng December 18, 2019
Cash is the Lubricant of Bribery; What we Learned from the Corruption Survey

Cash is the Lubricant of Bribery; What we Learned from the Corruption Survey

The negative effects of bribery and corruption has not only been destructive to the…

researcherng December 18, 2019