Essays / The Pontifical Papers

THE NIGERIAN SHAREHOLDING ARRANGEMENT | by Ayo Sogunro

This is the concluding part of the article series, “The Hierarchy of Nigerian Policy”. Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4. The Nigerians I compare to corporate Directors in our continuing discussion on the Hierarchy of Nigerian Policy are the elected members of government. These are federal legislators, governors and deputies, the vice-president and, of course, the … Continue reading

Essays / The Pontifical Papers

ON NIGERIA’S INFLUENCERS AND MANAGERS| by Ayo Sogunro

This is the fourth part of the article series, “The Hierarchy of Nigerian Policy”. Read Part 1 here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here. In a democracy, every citizen participates in policymaking through decentralised systems, periodic elections, feedback processes, referendums, legislative fiscal oversight and, importantly, uncomplicated impeachment and recall processes. But, as our continuing discussion on the … Continue reading

Essays / The Pontifical Papers

THE JUNIOR STAFF OF THE NIGERIAN CORPORATION | by Ayo Sogunro

This is the third part of the article series, “The Hierarchy of Nigerian Policy”. Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. This is the third article in a series dealing with what an issue I have termed the “Hierarchy of Nigerian Policy”, an examination of the parallels between the structure of corporations and participation in Nigerian … Continue reading

Academic (Sort of) / Essays / The Pontifical Papers

NIGERIA: A NATION BOUND IN FREEDOM | by Ayo Sogunro

We’re bound in freedom, peace and unity But something’s fishy about that trinity. Why not let’s limit the lines to what we agree: We’re plain bound, to a more or less degree. PART ONE: WHO IS A NIGERIAN? 1914—LUGARD’S MISTAKE? Geo-politically, the Nigerian nationality is no different from other African states that emerged through a … Continue reading