Nigeria

Policy Brief 67/19:  Waning Strength of Government

Oseloka H. Obaze || Promoting democracy requires constant shielding of its sustaining institutions. That’s moral and strategic imperative. The expedient practice of mixing accepted international democratic norms, with self-serving precepts …

Selonnes Consult Policy Tidbits: Public Policies Should Be on Balance

There is nothing wrong with adopting a cashless policy. However, any public policy, which by its spirit or methods of implementation place undue burden on some States, even if temporarily, …

Selonnes Consult Policy Brief 66/19:  Ending Spasmodic Xenophobia

Oseloka H. Obaze || The spasmodic xenophobic attacks, which commenced around 2000 and escalated recently, has placed South Africa front and centre of global criticisms. It is also fraught with …

Selonnes Consult Policy Tidbits: On Nigeria’s leadership challenges

When Chinua Achebe said that “being a Nigerian is abysmally frustrating and unbelievably exciting”(1967), and that the “the trouble with Nigeria is simply and squarely the failure of leadership” (1984), …