In a letter to Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, museum director Piotr Cywiński said that he can't stay silent after the conviction and sentencing of 13-year-old Omar Farouq's for offensive words said during an argument with a friend.
Any new children is an encouraging sign for the Cross River gorilla population living along the border between Nigeria and Cameroon.
"I just thought it was a bit funny," Chinedu told Newsweek.
Nigeria was one of the six additional countries added to the president's travel ban on Friday.
"There's a bit of give-the-editors-what-they-want and it's true that literary prizes in the West favor victimhood."
If it can get its socioeconomic act together, Nigeria may be the next global power—and the first one on the continent.
The Islamic State West Africa Province killed 11 hostages and released footage of the executions on December 26.
One man carried out a successful Nigerian scam from prison and enjoyed more freedom than most prisoners. Anti-corruption officials have begun an investigation into who is responsible.
The women, whose ages range from 15 to 28, had been lured to Lagos, Nigeria, with the promise of employment.
Experts described the goal to wipe out the disease in a generation as "ambitious, achievable, and necessary."
Senegal remains the hot favorite to win a first continental trophy, but Algeria has impressed so far in the tournament.
Algeria has become the tournament favorite after winning every game. How far can Madagascar go in its first AFCON?
Biafran secessionist leader Nnamdi Kanu says only a boycott of the upcoming presidential elections can compell Nigeria to peacefully resolve the Biafra independence question.
Dozens of demonstrators were alleged to have been killed in clashes with Nigerian security forces in the past week.
Some militants are still fighting while others are "hiding out in sympathetic communities and urban areas," according to a new U.N. report.
Genetic research has nearly excluded an entire continent. A massive effort to remedy that could change the future of cancer treatment—and of science.
Boko Haram militants have killed 30,000 in Nigeria people since 2009.
This is not the first incident of supposedly bulletproof products failing to function in Nigeria.
The attacks and deadly retaliation are threatening to eclipse Boko Haram as the top security issue leading into next year's election, analysts have warned.
The owner of the school near Lagos, Nigeria, refused to untie the students and attacked a police officer.
Queen Obioma alleges United Airlines discriminated against her and her children because they were black.