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Nigerian Elections

Nigeria Is What Democracy Looks Like

Jumoke Balogun | Posted 05.31.2015 | World
Jumoke Balogun

This is the first time in Nigeria's fifty-four-year history that an incumbent president was voted out of office.

Nigerian Elections 2015: The Leadership Challenge

Stan Chu Ilo | Posted 05.26.2015 | World
Stan Chu Ilo

The most fundamental concern of most Nigerians is the need for a new leadership in Nigeria across the board which can bring about a country of which all Nigerians will be proud to say in the words of the old National Anthem: Nigeria, we hail thee.

Transactional Politics Is Delaying Nigeria's Progress and Development

Mary Olushoga | Posted 04.19.2015 | Impact
Mary Olushoga

Nigeria's political leaders exploit the extreme poverty, hunger and high unemployment rates for their personal gains, and rather than hold these leaders accountable for job-creation, power and educational reforms, the large numbers of ill-informed voters give away their voting.

Nigeria's Role in Africa Over the Next 50 Years

Amb. Robin Renee Sanders | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Amb. Robin Renee Sanders

Nigerians see the struggles that this nation faces today with renewed instability in the Delta, ethnic tensions in the North, corruption issues, and concerns about a successful, and transparent election in April 2011.

Tick, Tick...The Clock Is Running on Nigeria's 2011 Elections

Amb. Robin Renee Sanders | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Amb. Robin Renee Sanders

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.