1.0 – Overview

Over the past few decades, Nigeria has emerged as one of the key political leaders in Africa. Despite a long history of under-performance, driven primarily by leadership and visioning problems, it remains a key global strategic partner. It has petroleum with the capacity to partly influence the dynamics of global commerce and industry.  Whether the youth is unemployed or oil pollution is destroying the ecosystem, the major concern of many trade partners is that oil is still flowing in Nigeria and the nation matters. Because of petroleum, many Nigerian leaders, in recent years, have enjoyed preferential treatments internationally, if only…
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