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Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Making Nigeria Work Again (V)

Awakening the Sleeping Giant:

Making Nigeria Work Again (V)

 

 

Welcome to Part five in this series of incisive analyses of the multi-facetted problems hampering progress within the Nigerian polity By George B.N. Ayittey, Ph.D.

Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Making Nigeria Work Again (IV)

AWAKENING THE SLEEPING GIANT:

Making Nigeria Work Again (VI)

 

By George B. N. Ayittey, Ph.D

 

This is Part IV of Prof. George Ayittey's analysis of Nigeria's many-sided issues.  African Outlook now continues the series.  Enjoy reading:

Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Making Nigeria Work Again (II)

AWAKENING THE SLEEPING GIANT:

MAKING NIGERIA WORK AGAIN (II)

 

By George B. N. Ayittey, Ph.D

In a three-part series on the Nigeria question, Prof. George B. N. Ayittey dissects the problems besetting Africa's most populated nation. Here is the second in the series:

Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Making Nigeria Work Again (III)

AWAKENING THE SLEEPING GIANT:

MAKING NIGERIA WORK AGAIN (III)

 

By George B. N. Ayittey, Ph.D

 

In a three-part series on the Nigeria question, Prof. George B. N. Ayittey dissects the problems besetting Africa's most populated nation. Here is the third and final segment in the series:

Awakening the Sleeping Giant: Making Nigeria Work Again (I)

Awakening the Sleeping Giant:

Making Nigeria Work Again (I)

By George B.N. Ayittey, Ph.D.

The myriad of Nigeria’s complex and inter-twined problems can be daunting and debilitating in unraveling or solving. Some Nigerians yearn for another military coup for a military dictator to knock heads and solve their problems. This proposal, in my view, is out of the question.