Nigeria: A Brief History of Revolutions – Part II
Nigeria’s 200M populous masses have consistently pursued social, economic and cultural freedoms in their journey to establish a free, prosperous and independent society. This journey however has been fraught with false starts, promising wins, and an ever-expanding list of challenges to overcome. and as Mr Osagie Obayuwana, Omotoye Olorode, and Esther Uzoma elaborate, the Nigerian story of progress needs a long term view and audit. This content was initially published at the Coalition for Revolution (CORE).