When discussing gender equality, the opposing argument usually dwells on the fight for equal pay in white-collar jobs, thereby perpetuating a dismissive narrative that women only yearn for equality out of their all-glass skyscraper offices or in...
I was born and raised in Port Harcourt, and although I’m not Hausa, everyone assumed I was because of my name. So, I experienced a series of teasing and slight Islamophobic and bigoted comments from fellow Nigerians...
It seems that for the political actors in Nigeria, the overriding concern is the expansion of their circle of influence through the penetration of political patronage links to the grassroots. The concern of improving economic situation of the country...
Senator Dino Melaye is a very clever politician, I have to give him that. He’s also a good student of the Nigerian psychology. Using his genius, he’s been able to play a spectacular game on Nigerians and it’s working...
"...stand a chance of winning N10,000 every week." Nigerian Diary invites you to take part in this first edition of its essay writing competition as part of our civic...