”It is clear that the two leading contenders for Nigeria’s top job have very distinct ideas on how the economy should run – each model with its own set of consequences. The ball is now in the court of Nigerians to decide the kind of economy that they desire to have and who they deem best to deliver it”.
‘These third-way candidates provide us with a glimpse into the quality of political discourse we can have if we manage to get our act together’
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Antonio Guterres (yet another man) is set to become the next and 9th UN secretary General; his nomination was recently confirmed … More