Nigeria at 57: The pulse of a nation


It’s Nigeria’s Independence Day. Africa’s largest economy gained independence from the British 57 years ago. Since then the country has been through so much, from a devastating civil war between 1967 and 1970, to years of unstable governance truncated by various military administrations. 57 years later, we check the pulse of the nation and discuss the topical issues Nigeria is facing with Vincent Anigbogu Director General of the Institute for National Transformation and Austin Tam-George Former Commissioner of Information of Rivers State.

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