- Straight Talk
In the last one month, Nigeria and Nigerians have found themselves in an unusual position: one of their own was proclaimed as the best candidate for a job of considerable international resources and influence. What started fairly innocuously soon became a full-on campaign for Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala’s presidency of the World Bank…
Actually, it's day 5 since the policy began. And Lagos is still humming along like always, no wahala. But if this experiment works, it would go a long
In a 2006 article for Foreign Policy and later in his book ‘Hot, Flat and Crowded’, Thomas Friedman outlined what he called ‘The first law of petropolitics’, which is an
Editor's Note: This post is an opinion piece by Kunle Durojaiye which was first published on his blogTransaction costs impact businesses and economies all over the
By Feyi Fawehinmi.
The inability of the Nigerian govt to make any sacrifices whatsoever has become perhaps the most annoying and irritating thing about the whole 'Occupy' movement. Here
Several years of religious and sectarian crisis have ensured that Nigerians are wary of anything remotely associated with religion; this has been the bane of controversies that have