“in Kenya, when that inevitable power cut happens about once or twice every 1 to 2 weeks, there is a number you can call. After A couple of rings, a human being picks up and informs you of the precise point where the problem has occurred; And an estimate of how long it will take … More Please Sir, Can I Have Some More
It is really rather difficult to sustain a conversation about Nigerian politics without the issue of corruption very quickly making its shameful appearance. Indeed, ‘Corruption in Nigeria’ is an issue that has, alarmingly, been deemed worthy of its own Wikipedia page. My response, in friendly encounters, is often to attempt to have my compatriot see … More Mr. Governor, Where Is My Own Chop? The Multi-Dimensionality of Corruption in Nigeria.
Author: Anonymous (Due to the relatively sensitive nature of the topic, the writer has asked for their name not to be revealed.) Country: Nigeria As part of a series in the run up to the Nigerian elections on the 28th of March, this blog has chosen to focus on a set of persistent issues which … More The Disenfranchisement of a Generation in the Niger-Delta: Reflections of a Community Development Worker. | by Anonymous