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1 Nigeriaworld -- All About Nigeria
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general, from a Nigerian perspective.
2 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.
3 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.
4 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.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - CHIBOK …First, they came for the girls, and then they came back and took over the whole town
Years ago my father told me how they fought so gallantly in Burma and other places during the Second World War. We have all heard of the noble performances of the Nigerian soldiers in Congo, Liberia, and other UN engagements. So what happened to the Nigerian army today that they cannot handle a bunch of untrained fighters, probably numbering less than ten thousand in all? They have blamed America, they have blamed everybody else but themselves.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The case against Speaker Tambuwal
The first indication that all was not well dates back to June, 2011, when Aminu Tambuwal emerged as the Speaker of Nigeria's House of Representative. The PDP had zoned the post of Speaker to the Southwest.... The last occupant of that seat, Dimeji Bankole, was a Yoruba man, and there was an expectation that a House member from the Southwest would emerge as the new Speaker. Tambuwal struck at dawn in what amounted to a coup d'état and emerged as the Speaker....
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Nigeria's Economy …The potential downfall and the dangers ahead
The bottom line is that Shale oil and Shale gas across the globe puts Nigeria's economy at serious risk. Today, despite Okonjo-Iweala's assurances, Nigeria's ability to finance our national budget is greatly threatened. But in fairness to Nigeria, we are not alone on the receiving end of this. ... The Shale oil boom has provided much needed stability against supply disruptions from high risk areas in the Middle East.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Why America is hindering Nigeria's fight against Boko Haram
Since the recent brouhaha involving the use of Ayo Oritsejafor's private jet loaded with $9.3 million in cash on a covert arms run to South Africa, many Nigerian military generals have spoken out publicly on how the United States has continued to hinder Nigeria's efforts to procure arms from the U.S. and their western allies. Surely these arms are needed by the Nigerian army if they must defeat the dreaded terrorist group....
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Audacity of the Hausa/Fulani and the continued marginalization of Ndigbo in Nigeria
Many Southerners are now on TV blowing grammar everyday on this issue, but many have refrained from calling a spade a spade. Well, I have just done so in line with my resolve never to minx words on such important issues about Nigeria. The Hausa/Fulani never miss any opportunity to dominate. They have gotten away with such nonsense in Nigeria for so long under the military that they forget that we are no longer under a military dictatorship in Nigeria.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Ebola Control …Kudos to Nigeria and Lagos State
To appreciate how lucky we are in Nigeria, one ought to take a closer look at the other three West African countries that are currently suffering the scourge of ebola. People have been dropping like flies in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia. Sometime last week, Liberia lost 54 people to ebola within a 3-day period. That is how widespread and devastating it has been in these three countries.

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