It’s Two decades since the smash of militia rule in Nigeria and a return to a civilian presidency.

The outdated few years were particularly intelligent for Africa’s most populous nation of 200 million.

About forty five p.c of of us in Nigeria dwell in crude poverty.

Economic progress has slowed, unemployment is excessive and authorities forces are combating armed groups a lot like Boko Haram.

So, what has been the democratic dividend for Nigerians?

Presenter: Martine Dennis


Olly Owen – Lecturer, Oxford University Africa Studies Centre

Adama Gaye – Extinct information director, Economic Team of West African States (ECOWAS)

Source: Al Jazeera News

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