The trouble with corruption in Nigeria is that it has become so institutionalized that no one really seems to know what it is anymore. Is it corruption if...
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...
There seems to be an unwritten agreement among Nigeria’s diverse ethnic groups that frowns at criticisms of leaders from one’s region or ethnic lot. For regional, ethnic or religious solidarity, it’s an exception not a rule to...
Anybody saying the Shiites could be made to become "hardened" through the ongoing strong-arm security response to their demonstration in Abuja does not appear to know them properly. Theologically they do not harbour "hardening elements" in the...
"...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...