January Issue – The Question Marker
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January Issue

We are excited to announce the launch of the Question Marker with this debut issue.

In this issue, Solomon Elusoji, a staff writer and part of the Question Marker’s editorial team, wrote about pant-stealing in Nigeria, Buhari’s faults, Fela Durotoye’s presidential ambition and the ASUU strike, which is now in its third month.

Staff writers, Olisa Eloka and Eke Jude also wrote about the Biafra war and Falz’s latest album, respectively, and Hymar David contributed a riveting story of his visit to Makoko, a slum in Lagos. For this month’s fiction story, David also explored the link between brothers and their parents in ‘We waded through water’.

You’ll find a list of the stories we published below. And don’t forget to let us know what you think on social media. We’ll be back next month, with more.

January Stories

The Hausa Broadcaster from China

The Beginning of Falz

A Portrait of the Nigerian abroad

How China is transforming Africa’s economy

Why are people stealing women underwear in Nigeria

Lagos is Makoko

The Water Merchants of Lagos

The story of Biafra, as told by one of Ojukwu’s Generals, Alexander Madiebo

The Politics of Fela Durotoye

What ASUU wants, and why it might not get it

Some of the charges against Muhammadu Buhari

Ikechukwu Onyewuchi,

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