4 minutes read July 15, 2014 Football is Politics in Nigeria A few days ago, FIFA once again, suspended Nigeria from international football. On History Class today, we will take a look at the remote causes of that, and attempt to….. Read More 5 minutes read June 10, 2014 #HistoryClass: Nigeria’s Super Eagles Our British colonial masters brought us a lot of good stuff. Stuff such as education, Christianity and corruption, among others. But probably the best thing the Brits brought to us….. Read More 2 minutes read May 19, 2014 Nigeria’s Catch 22: American style democracy will only throw up more more GEJ’s There are so many problems in Nigeria, true. But it bears reiterating that we’ve not even correctly identified the biggest one of them… Our biggest problem is not the fact….. Read More 9 minutes read May 11, 2014 #HistoryClass With Cheta: The balkanization of Nigeria There have been growing calls for the balkanisation of Nigeria by various groups, so we want to look at what led to Yugoslavia. The South Slavs are a subgroup of….. Read More 2 minutes read May 9, 2014 Nigeria’s baby boom Yesterday, a statement was credited to Bob Diamond, former CEO of Barclays, who is attending the World Economic Jamboree in Abuja. Mr. Diamond is credited with saying that, “Nigeria is….. Read More 5 minutes read April 28, 2014 #HistoryClass: Who sold Nigeria to the British for £865k in 1899? Today we will be discussing the first oil war, which was fought in the 19th century, in the area that became Nigeria. All through the 19th century, palm oil was….. Read More 7 minutes read April 21, 2014 #HistoryClass: Nigeria’s Police Right, so by popular demand, let’s talk about the Nigeria Police this Easter Monday because they definitely need to be resurrected. The Nigerian police have come under a lot of….. Read More ← Older posts ©Africa is a Country 2015 Africa is a Country Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.