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Nollywood: Not just a single plot

The beautiful people were out in force on a balmy June evening in Paris, as one of the newest film festivals in the French city …

Separating symbolism from reality?

Is the perception of Africa still being a client state of the West a reality? Let’s look elsewhere at a real client master/relationship. The US …

Nigeria’s unfolding power reform programme

Ejiro Barrett. The construction of critical infrastructure is urgently being rolled out, and dedicated efforts to improve regulations within the sector have commenced. The reconstitution …

Missing in Plain View

Karl Marx famously quipped that history repeats itself – first as tragedy, then as farce. In the Chibok kidnappings, many factors are at play. Then …

Lamido Sanusi: Sacking without sacking

President Goodluck Jonathan’s government claimed in February that it had merely suspended the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, and yet …

The Nigerian Paradox: Gloom & Bloom

Africa’s most populous country appears to be experiencing both its best and worst times – being crowned as Africa’s largest economy, amidst a mounting brutal terrorist …