Fifty eight years after gaining independence, how has Nigeria fared so far? Despite the tag Giant of Africa, Nigeria has not risen to its full potential.
Studying the trajectory of Nigeria’s history since independence is like reading the account of …Continue reading
Rejoice Ngwenya writes on his takeaways from the just-concluded African Liberty Forum (ALF) in Lagos, Nigeria.
Every year about this time, a group of young Africans from all over the continent huddles around in a conference room. It is …Continue reading
It has been an eventful week for young freedom advocates as they take leadership training in the ongoing African Liberty Forum (ALF) organised by Atlas Network in collaboration with African Students For Liberty (ASFL) in Lagos, Nigeria.
The three-day training, …Continue reading
World acclaimed development policy experts, economists and entrepreneurs will converge on Lagos, Nigeria’s most populous city and commercial nerve centre, to discuss how countries in Africa can collaborate for peace and irreversible economic growth. They will meet at the African …Continue reading
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Whereas poverty was conceived of on Marxist terms during the proxy battles of Western versus Soviet influence at independence, several local African thinkers resisted the ideas of Marxism and its offshoots of Afro-socialism. It is not …Continue reading