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Arresting the Drift, Falling Backwards.

Arresting the Drift, Falling Backwards.

“Let me assure you that if I am elected president, the world will have…

researcherng November 20, 2020
#EndSARS: A Closer Look at Nigeria's Most Important Hashtag

#EndSARS: A Closer Look at Nigeria's Most Important Hashtag

The #EndSARS hashtag first appeared on Twitter in 2017 but started gaining global attention…

researcherng October 23, 2020
#EndSARS: Is Nigeria a Democracy?

#EndSARS: Is Nigeria a Democracy?

Protests erupted in Nigeria on 8th October 2020, calling for the abolishment of the…

researcherng October 16, 2020
Could Nigeria’s Petroleum Industry Bill Salvage its Bleak Oil Future?

Could Nigeria’s Petroleum Industry Bill Salvage its Bleak Oil Future?

The prominent law guiding the Nigerian oil and gas industry was enacted in 1969….

researcherng October 9, 2020
What They Said: The  4th Republic Manifestos

What They Said: The 4th Republic Manifestos

Manifestos and election promises, which are usually described with different epithets like “Transformation Agenda”…

researcherng October 8, 2020
Nigerian Elections and the Legacy of Violence

Nigerian Elections and the Legacy of Violence

Election-related violence has become prominent in Nigerian elections, in addition to other  electoral misconducts…

researcherng October 2, 2020
Rethinking Healthcare

Rethinking Healthcare

The average doctor to patient ratio in Nigeria as of 2020, is 1 per…

researcherng September 26, 2020
A Race of Inflation and Migration

A Race of Inflation and Migration

Inflation: the high flyer Inflation grew by 0.40% points between July 2020 (12.82%) and…

researcherng September 18, 2020
Rice, Floods and a Debt Maze

Rice, Floods and a Debt Maze

Flood of RiceRecently, floods washed away at least 2million tons of rice harvest in…

researcherng September 11, 2020
What is the State of Poverty in Nigeria?

What is the State of Poverty in Nigeria?

A May 2020  report by the National Bureau of Statistics classified 40.1 percent of…

researcherng July 12, 2020
On SGBV in Nigeria: How States Are Faring.

On SGBV in Nigeria: How States Are Faring.

Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) has become an issue of deep concern globally…

researcherng June 5, 2020
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
COVID19: 43% of Nigerians Either Lost Their Jobs Or Took pay Cuts

COVID19: 43% of Nigerians Either Lost Their Jobs Or Took pay Cuts

The coronavirus epidemic did not only affect healthcare systems across the world but crippled…

researcherng May 15, 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
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