Emir Muhammad Sanusi II’s well-publicized December 2, 2016 public lecture on the Nigerian economy divided Nigerians into two broad camps.
To understand “reverse Robin Hoodism,” you first have to understand Robin Hoodism.
There are scores of fake quotes about Nigerians and Africans attributed to Donald Trump that have fooled many otherwise intelligent people.
Sometime in the second quarter of this year, the number of active voice subscription in Nigeria stood at 148 million.
Heads or tails, the North loses.
In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s emergence as America’s president-elect, fringe, dodgy, clickbaity Nigerian websites have invented a transparently fake but wildly viral story that President Muhammadu Buhari donated $500 million to the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign, and that this “fact” would strain relations between Nigeria and the United States next year when Trump is sworn in as president.
In spite of the current economic realities in Nigeria, the wayward culture of appointing huge number of aides is still very much in the character of some governors.