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1 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The Political Economy of Change: Lessons from America for the Buhari's Administration in Nigeria
In addition to some of the lessons that have been highlighted in the above review of the "Change" agenda of three great US Presidents, the following are some additional lessons for the Buhari Administration as it embarks on its mission to cure the ills of the country and make the country truly great through its Change Agenda.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - A quick analysis of the CBN Governor's proposal to sell a portion of government's equity in joint venture oil companies in Nigeria
What I have done in this paper is more or less a 'back of the envelope' analysis.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - An Open Letter to the Nigeria National Conference, Part I: On the form of government and political restructuring
The fundamental problems facing the country cannot be addressed by merely tweaking the current (1999) Constitution imposed on the civilian administration by the military after 29 years of a unitary military government (1966-1979; 1984-1999). The National Assembly through its "constitutional review" cannot be relied upon to adequately address the fundamental problems....
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - An Open Letter to the Nigeria National Conference, Part II: On the form of government and political restructuring
The first part of this open letter focused on the issues of form of government and political restructuring. In this second part, I will focus on the issues of fiscal federalism, revenue allocation and resource control.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The controversy between Mrs. Ezekwesili and government reputation managers
It is a fact that the ECA, an illegal contraption that was set up by OBJ in 1994, has been a subject of controversy and legal tussle between the federal government (FG) and the State Governors. GEJ has doubled down by setting up a Sovereign Wealth Fund with funds from the ECA. Some economists believe that the ECA should not be a component of the FRA. Thus, like many other economists, Mrs. Ezekwesili may have thought that the ECA is separate from the FRA.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The Epistle of Mrs. Ezekwesili: Oil wealth, profligacy, poverty, the youth and Nigeria’s dignity
Whilst some people may chastise Mrs. Ezekwesili for the offending sentence in her lecture, I do not think that anybody who is knowledgeable about the political economy of Nigeria vis-à-vis those of her peers at independence and other oil exporting countries will question her epistle. However, while the current youth generation has a critical role to play in the restoration of Nigeria’s dignity, the task is for all Nigerians....
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Analytical approaches to resolving the Resource Control impasse
Both sides of the resource control debate can hire econometricians or mathematical economists to assist them in generating various scenarios that will help them in their “negotiations”. This will make the debate more analytical and enlightening than the current “motor park” or (at best) rule-of-the thumb approach.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Managing the Dutch Disease in Nigeria
The ability of an oil-exporting country to manage the Dutch disease is largely determined by its political structure and governance. However, oil-exporting countries differ considerably with respect to the relative importance of oil to their economies....
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Taming the cultural voices and systemic corruption in Nigeria
If anyone in Nigeria would perceive the constitutional duty of the Auditor General's Report as politically motivated to embarrass the PDP led Government of President Obasanjo, that is unfair to the Nigerian people who deserve the right to know how their resources have been spent.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - On the RMAFC’s proposed revenue allocation formula
Nobody asked us to stop producing groundnuts, tin, columbite, coal, cocoa, palm produce, rubber, hides and skin, etc for exports as we did in the 1950s and 1960s. Nigeria’s “Dutch disease” is a failure of public policy. It should not be blamed on oil.

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