Nigeria’s protests against police brutality have gone global, and while the government has since promised to disband SARS, demonstrators are vowing to keep on the pressure.
After the sudden passing of her grandfather, writer Chanté Joseph came to learn of her family's surprising history, and her great-great-grandfather's legacy as Nigeria's 'bread king'.
Photographer Oli Hillyer-Riley shoots the surf kids of the city’s island communities – a collective who share an incredible bond with the ocean.
Online spaces used by the LGBTQ community are now being infiltrated by a dangerous brand of homophobes known as ‘Kitos’.
Red Bull photographer Tyrone Bradley captures an emerging scene in Lagos, Nigeria which is blowing up thanks to local crew Wafflesncream.
Ahmed Gallab, musical director of Onyeabor tribute project the Atomic Bomb! Band, shares personal insight on a groundbreaking figure.
Nigerian skate brand WAFFLESNCREAM present ‘Jide’, the country’s first self-produced skate edit, shot in the urban grind of Africa’s most populous city - Lagos.
Dayo Ntwari is one of a new generation of writers using sci-fi to imagine a bold future for Africa and exorcise the demons of today, like corruption, religious exploitation and Boko Haram.
When Glenna Gordon stumbled across a Muslim romance novel in Nigeria’s religious north, she entered a world where the rules of love became a barrier - a border that marked the limits of how deeply she could connect.
Fears of Boko Haram, vote rigging and political violence couldn’t stop Nigerians from voting for the country’s first democratic transfer of power.
Why did newspapers react in horror to the Charlie Hebdo attacks but barely comment on the recent atrocities in Nigeria?
We caught up with novelist and activist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in London earlier this year as her seminal novel Half of a Yellow Sun sprang to life on the big screen.