The City of Kaduna (BBC)
In the city of Kaduna in northern Nigeria, the most normal of activities – a Saturday afternoon football match – can take on enormous significance. The city is divided by the river Kaduna into a Muslim-dominated north and a Christian-dominated south. The inter-religious violence has lasted 20 years. But two youth teams – the mainly Muslim Zooboys and the mainly Christian YMCA teams – agreed to a game to celebrate world peace day. Celeste Hicks explores how economic and social pressures in this rapidly-growing city have exacerbated tensions between communities, who for years traditionally lived side by side.