Opinion

Who Is Afraid of Historical Reckoning?, By Moses E. Ochonu

#BlackLivesMatter has opened the floodgates. It should not end in America. It should travel to Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa. This wave of uncomfortable historical conversations should especially travel to Nigeria, which is a minefield of many unresolved historical questions. These questions have for far too long been denied or…
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Opinion

Toyin Falola and the Power of Mentorship, By Moses E. Ochonu

A mentor who will suspend his involvement in a medical diagnostic procedure to attend your professional event is the epitome of true mentorship. Mentorship, unknown to many people, is not all about academics and professional accomplishment. It is also about a human connection, about commitment to another person’s success, and…
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Opinion

Atiku’s Road to Damascus on Restructuring, By Moses E. Ochonu

What's his Road to Damascus epiphany story? What or who convinced him to embrace restructuring? Who is writing these beautiful speeches for him about the imperative of restructuring? Are they the same people who authored the APC's now abandoned platform and promise to restructure the country? Atiku Abubakar, former vice…
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Columns

Engaging Africapitalism and Africa’s Economic Future, By Moses E. Ochonu

I recently returned from the Africapitalism scholars’ retreat organized by the Africacapitalism Institute of the Tony Elumelu Foundation. Since then I have been reflecting on the implications of the concept of Africapitalism for Africa’s economic development and for the broader debate about how to create and democratize wealth on the…
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