Making Nigeria work (1), By Kayode Fayemi
Click here to read full article from source
Nigeria, Sept. 12 -- I, like many of our compatriots, often ask the question about how best we should approach the challenge of nation-building that ails Nigeria. There are those of us who think the problem with Nigeria is its size, some others think it is the many ethnic interests conflating one another for domination. Others think it is all about bad leadership, while others believe it is the Constitution.
There are those who blame poverty as the issue, while some Pan-Africanists believe colonialism, foreign religions and intellectual imperialism are the reasons we are still lagging behind. The thirst for excuses and culprits to blame for our obvious challenges are insatiable. In the midst of this epistemological melee, there have even...
To read the full article or to get the complete feed from this publication, please Contact Us