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Countering the Narrative of Political Corruption as the Main Damaging Obstacle to Nigeria’s Economic Development

By Chambers Umezulike Political corruption amongst other factors was used to justify the Nigeria’s first military coup in 1966 by its plotters. Consequently, under General Yakubu Gowon, there were accusations…

The Denouement of Primary Export Dependence – Nigeria’s Economic Recession

By Chambers Umezulike According to the Nigeria National Bureau of Statistics, the country’s Gross Domestic Product contracted by 0.36% in the Quarter (Q) 1 of 2016, the first negative growth…

Nigeria’s Socio-Economic Future: Demographic Dividend or Disaster

By Chambers Umezulike According to the United Nations Population Fund, demographic dividend is the economic growth potential that can result from transpositions in a population’s age structure. This is mainly…

COUNTERING CHAMBERS’ COUNTER-NARRATIVE BY OGBU, BLESSING EKPERE ESQ.

We suddenly received this article yesterday from a young Nigerian called Blessing Ogbu. He is a legal practitioner by profession. Ogbu sent in this article reacting and countering an article…

Counter Narrative: How the West Engendered Africa’s Apocalyptic Development Crisis By Chambers Umezulike

To some, foreign infiltrations, interests and manipulations explain all the leadership, governance, social, security and development crises in Africa. To some, Africa is still acutely underdeveloped because of these manipulations…

Africa’s Economic Development Crisis: Towards a Truly RISING Africa!

By Chambers Umezulike Nairobi, Kenya Despite over five decades of self-rule, Africas desires and hopes remain largely unattained. On poverty, the new figures confirm that sub-Saharan Africa has been the…

The Brutal Challenges of Nigerian Youths by Chambers Umezulike

I’m writing this with a heavy heart, being a young Nigerian who fully knows what young Nigerians pass through in Nigeria. The statistics are sobering. 60% of Nigeria’s population is…

How African Leaders Underdeveloped Africa

By Chambers Umezulike Nairobi, Kenya There is a significant correlation between leadership and economic development of countries. This correlation cannot be undermined. The world has seen how visionary leaderships from…

Interview with Chambers Umezulike on: Malcolm; Africa’s Leadership-Development Crisis; Writing; and Youth Challenges

Chambers Umezulike is a fast rising Nigerian writer and activist, who dwells extensively on political and socio-economic situation of Nigeria and how it has negatively impacted on national development in…

Chambers Umezulike: My Father’s Generation Failed My Generation!

It took me time to decide finally to write this. Courage was needed to embark on this self-imposed assignment. This is because, while I thought very deeply inside of me…