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By Igboeli Arinze Napoleon As our darling, great and prosperous nation marks its 60th Anniversary as an independent nation, there are a number of mixed feelings that have greeted October 1st as a day when we broke free of the shackles of colonialism as an independent nation with its destiny in its hands to make
By Law Mefor Nigerian democracy is so only in name. Going by the most basic definitions, Nigerian democracy is not anywhere near a political system that can be described as a democracy. Let us look at the most basic denominators of a democracy. For starters, democracy is government by the people; a
“In the US, after the Great Depression, they invested heavily in infrastructure to create a lot of employment. In Germany, after the war, there was the Marshall plan for roads, rail, housing, energy, water and so on. That created massive employment after the devastation of the war and helped them to rebuild the country.” -Raila