The Greater Makurdi Water Works has finally been commissioned after ten years. But where is the water?
In Makurdi, Nigeria, people who have waited decades for water service have become jaded. A new water works promises clean water for all, but a lack of pipes means residents will keep waiting.
The 2011 general elections exposed Nigeria's deep economic, social and geographical fissures—which led to the worst single outbreak of violence since its independence-era civil war.
After bombing the United Nations headquarters in Nigeria, Boko Haram has gone from being a local nuisance to an international threat.
Pulitzer Center grantee Joe Bavier was featured in a CNN report on Boko Haram's increasingly coordinated terrorist attacks in Nigeria.
Veteran Africa correspondent Joe Bavier explains Boko Haram, the Nigerian terror group responsible for the Christmas Day church bombings.
The government must think hard about how to tackle an Islamist uprising that may have less to do with religion than the rebels claim.
Poor planning and governance make access to safe drinking water scarce in Makurdi, Nigeria.
The Christmas Day church bombings demonstrate that Boko Haram, a radical and violent Islamist movement, is gaining momentum among impoverished Muslims in Nigeria.
Premiering on Link TV, "The Edge of Joy" follows the lives of Nigerian caregivers working on the front lines of maternal care.
For the people of Makurdi, safe drinking water remains a luxury.
Pulitzer Center grantee Ameto Akpe writes that proper investment and governance would go a long way in helping Nigeria meet its targets for water and sanitation.