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1 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - For Nigeria to make any progress, heads must roll
...until a handful of governors and ministers have been convicted and sent to long prison sentences, nothing will ever change in Nigeria. When Obasanjo used Ribadu to pursue some aberrant governors that disagreed with him between 2003 and 2007, others took notice and became afraid. Sadly, all those indicted were able to buy their continued freedom, and suddenly all new governors realized that the EFCC is no longer a threat, but a branch of government....
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Finally, democracy in Nigeria
Some have wondered why the people rejected Jonathan so thoroughly after giving him an overwhelming victory four years earlier. Well, the PDP have had it so good for so long, they began to feel invincible. But people like me knew they were all along vulnerable. Jonathan and his administration have failed on many fronts, especially in some of the most important areas in the life of the average Nigerian.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Irony of falling oil prices
Nigeria is one of those countries in the eye of this storm. The ongoing election campaign has rendered mute for the time being the devastating effect of this sharp drop in oil price. Back in October when I posted an article, Nigeria had about $40bn in reserves. Today, we are now down to about $30bn. The Naira has taken a beaten, now selling at about #220 to the dollar in the parallel market, and this is only because Nigeria's Central Bank have shut down most avenues of bidding for the dollar in regular auctions.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Dangerous precedence on the use of Nigerian Military
Precedence, over time, is bound to be followed as if it is the law, a way of life, our ways of doing things. But it should not be. There is so much money in politics, especially during elections, and when we continue to expose our military to these vast money sharing events, we succeed in devaluing their disciplinary standards and debasing their culture of moral principle and military integrity.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria Elections …Who is afraid of Jega
The truth is that Jega could have stood his ground against the advice of the security operatives, especially the military, just as he did while in front of the National Council of State. In the end, he buckled under intense pressure. But he buckled on his own, without being forced by the presidency.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The pending economic gloom in Nigeria …What the PDP and APC will not tell you
I have examined what lies ahead for Nigeria in the next few months and beyond, and anyway you hold the candle the picture isn't pretty. Back in August 2014, I warned in a related article (What happened to Ghana…and lessons for Nigeria) that our overdependence on oil revenues puts Nigeria at a huge risk of free fall, much like Ghana, should there be any sudden drop in oil prices.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria Presidential Election …Who I will vote for and why
I can tell you authoritatively that there is something in the air in Nigeria. Many who voted happily for Jonathan in 2011 are now fed up with him, fed up with the PDP, and wished for a better alternative. ... Besides Jonathan and Buhari, there are seven or eight other names expected to be on the Presidential ballot that day. If I must be totally honest with myself....
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Harmattan of electricity discontent in Nigeria
There are just too many problems on many fronts in this power sector. First, our own government did a 419 on many of these Genco buyers by overstating the capacity of many of these power generating facilities, and not allowing these potential buyers to carry our proper appraisal and due diligence of the facilities they are buying. But, of course, these buyers did not care before diving in, after all, they are all in this scheme together to defraud the Nigerian people.
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - How Nigeria can double her GDP in under five years
After the recent rebasing Nigeria has finally become the biggest economy in Africa. It is quite an achievement though in my opinion, it remains an economy that is still performing way below its possibility boundaries in all sectors. For years people like me have called for our government to embark on an aggressive diversification of Nigeria's economy, especially towards manufacturing, and away from our overdependence on oil.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The impossibility of reforming Nigeria's judiciary
It is unlikely that the NJC will ever recommend anyone outside of their well-established practice of recommending the top three senior Justices of the Supreme Court and expecting the President to swear in the most senior and next in line. Our judiciary is extremely corrupt; any politician with sufficient ''Ghana must go'' bags can secure whatever form of injunction against anything or anyone at any time.

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