Professor of mathematics, international marketing project leader
In the Gulf of Guinea, sandwiched between Benin to the West, Chad and Cameroon to the East and Niger to the North, Anglophone Nigeria is a giant of many paradoxes. Endowed with enormous mining and agricultural resources and the largest population in Africa, 179.6 million inhabitants in 2013 according to the World Bank, Nigeria could claim the top position in Africa in almost every sphere. The reality offers a striking contrast between successes and failures. An extraordinary destiny The...
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