NIGERIA IN MAPS
The primary objective of these maps is to enlighten visitors/general public about topical issues that are of concern to Nigerians and those interested in Nigeria.
These maps have been carefully designed with the purpose of appealing to individuals who would hitherto have found little interest in a particular topic or subject of discussion.
Content communicated via these maps are not only factual but verifiable. All data sources are publicly displayed for quick and easy verification.
Static maps display only a limited amount of information hence the need for interactive maps. Discover more in-depth information by a single click on any part of an interactive map. This has proven to not only be enlightening but fun as well.
About Nigeria In Maps
The idea of Nigeria in Maps was borne out of the burning desire to stir people’s consciousness about Nigeria through interesting, factual and interactive (coming soon) maps.
Many Nigerians may be quite familiar with the information being relayed via these maps. However, only a few may have had the opportunity of visualizing such info in a map-and-caption format.
With the proliferation in publicly available data on the internet; the challenge of soaking in vast amount of data may be overwhelming for many, especially when delivered in complex graphs and spreadsheets.
In a bid to increase interest and availability of information about Nigeria and Nigerians to the general public; such complex data is crunched and displayed in simplified maps for everyone; be they young or old.
Latest Map Articles
I was honored to have delivered an “Elevator Pitch” to delegates during the UN SDG Action Challenge Awards at the Global Festival of Action for Sustainable development. The Global Festival of Action was held in Bonn, Germany from March 21 – 23, 2018. For your viewing pleasure! Olusegun
Hurray!!! Nigeria In Maps has been announced as a finalist of the United Nations SDG Action Awards in the category “VISUALIZER” (This award goes to the most innovative or impactful use of MY World or other citizen voices data to communicate with government or the public) The Awards recognize the most outstanding and innovative efforts Read more about NIGERIA IN MAPS has been named finalist of the first ever United Nations SDG Action Awards[…]
Anadolu (the largest news agency in the Mid-East) did a story on Nigeria. I am proud to have been an expert contributor whilst revealing some positive news coming out of Nigeria. Read story here Olusegun Osifuye
Nigeria may be facing severe challenges at the moment but we need to lay emphasis on whatever appears to be getting better. Kudos to our gallant soldiers and the leadership of the Nigerian Armed Forces. The once troubled North-East region of Nigeria -though not entirely safe- is MUCH safer now than a year ago. Read more about Nigeria’s North-East Region is Safer Today than This Same Time Last Year (Watch Video)[…]
Figures from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reveal over 11,000 fatally reported road accident cases in Nigeria for 2015 (see map). Emphasis on the word “reported” means the strong possibility of several unreported cases. Sadly, these reported cases claimed the lives of over 5000 Nigerians that same year. Accidents may be inevitable but can Read more about 5000 People Died On Nigerian Roads In 2015 But Nobody Knows Where Exactly[…]
15 years ago; to be precise in 2001, Nigerians heaved a sigh of relief with the arrival of GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). Prior to this time, the now defunct NITEL (Nigerian Telecommunications Limited) provided majority of the telephone lines in existence with only a few private service providers offering telephony services to wealthy Read more about The Nigerian Telecoms Sector: Thriving in the Midst of Current Challenges[…]
Hello, Happy Workers Day! Every year, the first of May is set aside as a day to remember workers worldwide; Nigeria not being an exception. However; this year, workers in 15 Nigerian states will have little to smile about due to delays in salaries over a period ranging between 1 to 5 months. (See map, Read more about Workers Day: The Plight of the Nigerian Worker[…]
Hello! March 8 is the International Women’s Day! Women have shown exemplary dedication and succeeded in many spheres of life. However, there seems to be an obvious imbalance between male and female politicians generally. This is a phenomenon that requires urgent attention. Unfortunately, this is the case with respect to the Nigerian senate. Only 6% Read more about Celebrating and Encouraging Women In Politics[…]