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Nwamaka Ogbonna

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#Fixing Nigeria’s oil: What the Diezeanigate really teaches us.

Over the last couple of weeks, a lot of details concerning how Nigeria's former Minister of Petroleum, Diezeani Alison Madueke, allegedly embezzled public funds have emerged. The stories are mind-blowing, to put mildly, one of them is that she awarded lucrative... Continue Reading →

What’s hot? Vol 2. Falz vs Nigeria’s moral fibre, Buhari’s voice note and Nigeria’s oil governance.

Hi blogfam! It's the second edition of 'What's hot' (first edition), I know I had said it would be weekly but with the look of things, fortnightly seems more realistic for now. let's get cracking, shall we? Falz vs yahoo... Continue Reading →

5 things you should know about Nigeria’s 2017 budget.

On Monday June 12, 2017, Nigeria's 2017 budget was finally signed into law after several months of the drama that has come to characterise Nigeria's budget process. As a Twitter user put it 'In 2016, we were looking for the... Continue Reading →

Democracy day in Nigeria: 18 Years Later, To What Extent Has it Delivered on its Promise?

  I was 6 years old when Nigeria's last 'strong man' General Sanni Abacha died, as young as I was then, I still have vivid memories of the day of his death. I was sitting with my dad when the news broke... Continue Reading →

Economic diversification in Nigeria (part 2): Understanding the natural resource curse

About two weeks ago, I started a series on economic diversification for us to understand the factors responsible for Nigeria's economic structure. Today, we would be looking at one of the major problems facing resource dependent economies like Nigeria and which... Continue Reading →

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