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1 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - If I were Acting President; Five policies I would quickly implement before the President returns
Mr. Acting President, there are many economic measures that needed to be implemented urgently to take the Nigerian economy to recovery and development. The aforementioned are just a few of them.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Project Nigeria revisited
I have further come up with a thesis that it may be in the process of Nigeria being forced together, that corruption crept in, took its roots and grew so phenomenally, to the level of becoming as pervasive as it is today. Everybody now wants to scoop its own from the treasury, for selfish and tribal ends.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Buhari's economic plans is too weak to close the recessionary gap
President Buhari is planning to sell or lease Nigerian long acquired asset to rescue the Nigerian economy. We need leaders that can turn our deep forests into wealth, not one that sell our long acquired assets. Selling our asset would only rescue the Nigerian economy for a short period; it would not provide a sustainable solution to Nigerian economics problems.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The sense and nonsense of One Nigeria
Nigeria is a country of two tales. ... On the other end of the tale is the Nigeria of sorrows and corruption. It is the Nigeria of regrets and underdevelopment. This is the Nigeria of scarcity in the midst of abundance. It is the Nigeria of religious intolerance, ethnic tensions, teeming jobless youths and downtrodden citizenry. Here we are picturing the Nigeria of Boko Haram, IPOB, Avengers, Kidnappers, brutal and blood thirsty Fulani Herdsmen, of serial corrupt politicians etc.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria in the hands of political nonentities
The President and his cabinet of nonentities destroyed the Nigerian economy within 12 months of their weak leadership. When the world's 7th largest producer of crude oil, one of the world's largest producer of gas, one of the world's largest and active consuming economies suddenly becomes a poor country, then Buhari and his cabinet should bow out for failing in their leadership responsibilities.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria; Too big to be great
Most Nigerians are so scared and nervous when they hear the word 'division'. Some business leaders with businesses across Nigeria and religious leaders with mosques and churches all over Nigeria never wanted to discuss it. International organizations like the UN, AU and ECOWAS all agreed that division is the way forward to lasting peace and development in Nigeria.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The political consequence of Brexit
The BREXIT may also lead to expansion of the EU membership. Ukraine can become an EU member within 5 years if its successfully implement the political reform recommended by the EU. Turkey, a country over qualify and so agitated to become an EU member can actually fill the gap created by the BREXIT.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Policy prescriptions to avert the coming economic depression in Nigeria
It is evident that Nigeria is in economic recession and if correct economics measure is not taking to address the crisis; Nigeria would be in a full-blown economic depression by December 2016.
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The old bureaucracy are coming back
The recent appointment of Alhaji Ahmed Joda as Chairman of transition committee and the submission of his 800-page report to President Muhammadu Buhari is to emphasise that retired and serving civil servants will play key roles in the regime of President Muhammadu Buhari. Even though he is now a turned democrat, the military blood in the President is still alive.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - No revolution please, we're Nigerians!
If there is one reason why the whirlwind of revolution is an ill wind to us Nigerians, it is the ethnic factor. The coup was initially welcomed until someone saw in it a displacement of the ruling Hausa-Fulani Muslim oligarchy and its replacement by force. That would not do and even though the coup makers were inclusive of all the ethnicities in Nigeria its leadership corresponding to the most numerous officer cadre in the Nigerian Army at the time was mainly Igbo hence it quickly became an Igbo coup and for that Igbo would pay a high price....

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