Lessons for Americans in the age of Black Lives Matter, from the Niger Delta’s long struggle for environmental justice.
The last 20 years of liberal democracy in Nigeria have been marred by crises. The next election should be the Left’s target.
Nigeria’s former finance minister wrote a book about her time in government. It is a thinly veiled attempt to clean up her image.
What is missing in this conversation is the question as to why and how a pastoralist community suddenly becomes a roving insurgency across the country.
Igbo nationalist groups have the right to self-determine whether they want to be part of Nigeria or form their own independent republic.
Most contemporary observers of Nigerian politics would be surprised to learn that the Left has been a significant part of the country’s postcolonial history.