KATSINA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Police freed about 500 men and boys from an Islamic school in northern Nigeria on Wednesday, many of whom had been chained to walls, molested and beaten, police sources said.
When Korede Akinsete, 26, moved to New York City from Lagos, Nigeria, she was desperate to find a space similar to her home, with a myriad of black people occupying all kinds of lives and levels of power.
LONDON (Reuters) - The quality of education and training provided by African countries has deteriorated since 2014, leaving many of the continent's growing population of young people ill-prepared to enter
ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria has closed its land borders to all movement of goods and has no timeline for reopening them, the head of the nation's customs agency said. "All goods for now are banned from exported