As Nigeria’s president Goodluck Jonathan celebrates his re-election, the rest of the region and the world are waiting to see how his victory will effect his country. This Monday, April 25, the World Affairs Council will host Ambassador John Campbell, author of Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink, for an exploration of Nigeria’s post-colonial history and an explanation of the events and conditions that have carried this complex, dynamic and troubled giant to the edge. Can Nigerians push back against corruption and use the nation’s oil wealth to stoke economic investment and growth, or will Nigeria continue to be a place of a wealthy minority and impoverished majority?
Nigeria Re-elects President Goodluck Jonathan
April 19, 2011 by worldaffairscouncil
Posted in Africa, Politics | Tagged Ambassador John Campbell, Goodluck Jonathan, New York Times, Nigeria, Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink, Nigeria’s post-colonial history, President Jonathan, The New York Times | Leave a Comment
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