WIE, The New Face of Women Pioneers and Trailblazers

in Change Maker by AA Editor
Panels, conferences, books, media platforms and groups promoting women's empowerment are on the rise and haven't had this kind of high-heeled kick since the 1970s… Read more

Why Transactional Politics Is Delaying Nigeria’s Progress…

in Features by Mary Olushoga
Nigeria’s practice of transactional democracy is delaying its progress and development due to the large numbers of ill-informed voters who give away their voting and… Read more

Virunga, a Documentary Set in Congo

in Features by Debo Folorunsho
Netflix teamed up with Leonardo DiCaprio for another film that will be released simultaneously in theaters and on the online streaming service. Described as “part… Read more


in Features by Dr. Ogonna Kenechi Nwawka
Although the media coverage on Ebola was intense only a few months ago, the current extent of media interest appears to have died down, almost as rapidly as it… Read more

Dangote, Elumelu, Tinubu, lead Nigeria’s business elite to…

in Innovation by AA Editor
The global gathering of some of the world’s most powerful and influential political, business and academic leaders in the now famous Switzerland town of Davos, opens… Read more

Kehinde Wiley received the U.S State Department Medal of…

in Art & Culture by AA Editor
Kehinde Wiley received the US State Department Medal of Arts, in honor for his outstanding commitment and contributions to the AIE program and international cultural… Read more

Ebola in West Africa: One year later

in Features by Michael Ikotun
One year after the first Ebola cases started to surface in Guinea, WHO is publishing this series of 14 papers that take an in-depth look at West Africa's first epidemic… Read more


in Art & Culture by AA Editor
Grammy Award winning and multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter CHRIS BROWN returns to South Africa next year for two concerts only. “Breezy” begins his tour at the… Read more

We Are Nigeria

in Change Maker by Olu Onemola
We are the generation of at least 20.3 million unemployed youths. The generation that has grown accustomed to holding on to the constant and pervasive threat of Boko… Read more

U.S. to Reduce Troops Fighting Ebola in West Africa

in Features by AA Editor
The U.S. is likely to cut the number of military personnel deployed in West Africa to help fight the Ebola outbreak as major portions of their work end and the pace of… Read more