Nigeria: A Brief History of Revolutions – Part III
In their closing remarks and Q&A Mr Osagie Obayuwana, Omotoye Olorode, and Esther Uzoma show critical links between the struggles of the past and the likely issues of the future. They also elaborate on the abundance of tools and networks that can help different facets of Nigerian leaders to create a better society. In the end, the Nigerian story of progress needs a long term view and audit. This content was originally published at the Coalition for Revolution (CORE).
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