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Awash with climate change

12/17/2009 | Panos London

This is a brief video with four of the journalists from the Climate Change Media Partnership that went to the UN climate summit (COP15), in Copenhagen in 2009 about their impressions of the conference.

Nigeria tries to save its dry north

04/29/2009 | Michael Simire

In northern Nigeria the desert has started encroaching onto traditional farmland. As a result the Nigerian government, and NGOs, are being forced to explore different agricultural methods and other ways to mitigate the effects of climate change.

Red tape tales

09/09/2005 | Panos London

Owning your own business is challenging, especially in Nigeria where entrepreneurs battle with red tape. Eniwoke Ibagere asked aspiring businessmen about the obstacles. 

Farmers: the generation gap

05/12/2005 | Panos London

Nigeria is one of the richest countries in Africa but its farmers are anxious. Michael Jaiyeola told Eniwoke Ibagere why he believes the younger generation will head for the cities. 

You must be joking!

08/03/2004 | Panos London

Political satire is thriving in the comedy clubs of Nigeria where stand-up comics poke fun at the government. Eniwoke Ibagere went backstage at a club in Lagos. 

Nollywood points to a future for African film

04/08/2004 | Panos London

After Hollywood, Bollywood and Dollywood comes what the New York Times has dubbed Nollywood: Nigeria's home-grown film industry. Eniwoke Ibagere went on set in Lagos… 

Oluchi Ugwu

01/01/2001 | Panos London

Oluchi Ugwu worked for Panos London between 2008 and 2009, writing the daily news bulletin researching media and governance in specific African countries. Why I decided to become a journalist I feel journalism is a powerful tool for effecting social change, as well as an avenue for me to indulge my passion for writing. Background…

Michael Simire

01/01/2001 | Panos London

Michael Simire writes for the Nigerian Guardian newspaper as the housing and environment reporter. Michael graduated from a degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Nigeria in 1990 and has reported for the Nigerian Guardian newspaper since then. Michael reports on issues related to the environment, nature conservation, sustainable development, human settlement,…

Segun Oruame

01/01/2001 | Anna Egan

Segun Ohimeh Oruame is a journalist in Nigeria with a primary focus on technology related writing, particularly ICTs, which has seen him serve as a regular/syndicated columnist in many newspapers and magazines in Nigeria.

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