Nigerians tell me it is a time for change, a time to move forward, and a time to have leadership that will be by the people and for the people. It does not get any better than that when you talk about true democracy.
The road to Nigeria having credible elections in 2011 is an important one for the country and for the African Continent. The country will embark on a ...
This year 17 African nations will celebrate 50 years of independence -- a half century -- and it is time to take stock of what the next 50 years will look like. Who better to have that discussion with than the next generation of leaders?
On World Youth Day, many recounted their past experience as voters in Nigeria's 2007 election when they believed their votes did not count and wanted to know what would be different in 2011.
Last week, President Jonathan signed the new 2010 Nigerian Electoral Act, finally setting the stage for INEC to decide when in the next 150 days there will be a turning point election for Nigeria.
There have been few reports noting the food security issue that has arisen over the last few months in the West Africa Region. We all need to pay attention to this so that it doesn't turn into a regional crisis.