22 Years of Democracy: The Gains, The Pains and Uncertainties
As Nigeria marks 22 years of uninterrupted democratic governance, a reflection on how the nation has evolved through three botched republics to a fledging democracy has become a major discourse in the country.
WebTV powered by Proshare produces a special documentary captioned "22 Years of Nigeria's Democracy: The Gains, The Pains and Uncertainties", featuring elder statesmen, experts, technocrats, politicians, analysts and scholars.
Nigeria faces existential challenges despite its democratic practice and has come to the point of redefining its co-existence as a nation, and repositioning its institutions to drive an inclusive socio-economic system for the entire populace.
It highlights the critical steps the nation must take to leverage democracy and address the structural challenges impeding economic growth and transformation.
This documentary features Dr Oby Ezekwesili, Co-Founder Transparency International, Mr Foluso Phillips, Chairman, Phillips Consulting , Professor Remi Sonaiya, Educationist and Politician, Dr Muda Yusuf, Director-General, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr Tope Fasua, Economist and Politician, Mr. Liborous Oshoma, Lawyer/Public Affairs Analyst, Mr. Boason Omofaye, Financial Journalist and CEO Frontier Africa Reports