Last year, Journalist Kiki Mordi and the team at BBC Africa Eye started a conversation about the culture of sexual harassment that pervades Nigerian and Ghanaian tertiary institutions. Focusing on
A little over a month after the forced eviction of residents of hundreds of people living in Tarkwa Bay, journalist, Kiki Mordi, has shared a trailer from a documentary that
Investigative journalists, Kiki Mordi and Fisayo Soyombo, have been selected as the inaugural winners of the People Journalism Prize for Africa 2019 (PJPA). Soyombo was chosen for his undercover investigative
Over the last couple of weeks, Nigerians have sought to use their collective power to pressure the government to first of all end the notorious Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS)
Fareeda Abdulkareem reviews Netflix’s latest Nigerian original, the Kunle Afolayan directed Citation.
The Nigerian Senate responded to the exposè carried out by BBC Africa and Kiki Mordi by re-introducing the anti-sexual harassment bill on Wednesday, 9th October 2019. The move was sponsored
The Nigerian Senate has responded to the BBC’s exposè produced by BBC Africa Eye and Kiki Mordi by proposing a bill that aims to prevent the sexual harassment of university
An interpretation of the #SexForGrades culture.
Life at the Bay is a documentary put together by two ingenious women, Cinematographer Nora Awolowo and Journalist Kiki Mordi. Their resolute concernment towards affairs about women is what drove