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This CNN article covers the story of the Abuja-based book club who, inspired by the book version of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's speech WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS, took to Twitter to describe what it's like #beingfemaleinnigeria.
Helon Habila wanted his children to see Nigeria, his homeland. A big wedding was the perfect chance to meet their family but how safe would they be with the roadblocks, violence and tension between Christians and Muslims? From the UK Guardian.
Finding addresses in Nigeria can be a nightmare, meaning that 50% of online orders placed in the country are delivered late. This NPR story covers how Adetayo Bamiduro and Chinedu Azodoh are solving this issue.
When Nigerian states adopt sharia laws that are in their application blatantly unfavorable to women, it creates an environment in which a terrorist group like Boko Haram believes it has a right to do as it pleases with girls without prosecution. From Time magazine.