Within the next few days, Nigeria is expected to announce that it is now the largest economy in Africa, surpassing South Africa. One will need to look carefully at the calculations, but the announcement should come as little surprise.
Many Nigerians know the problems of the country, and if the likes of Obasanjo and Babangida will allow, perhaps they can seriously begin the long and arduous task of fixing the mess created by these rulers.
An Interim Executive Council (EXCO) has been elected by the Rivers State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC). It comprises members of both the APC and the defunct New Peoples Democratic Party (nPDP) which merged with the party on November
God fatherism has seldom worked in Nigeria even thought it has been tried for a very long time in Nigeria's history. Current efforts by many Nigerian leaders to create their successors will fail like the ones before them.