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AN often-quoted Hegelian notion talks about history repeating itself, first as tragedy, then later as farce. In relation to the Nigerian conundrum of failed leadership, and its implication for the perception of the country in the international community, Hegel’s postulation seems truer than ever before.
First, it was Ambassador John Campbell, the United States envoy to Nigeria between 2004 and 2007 (now of a Fellow at the Council of Foreign ...
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Added November 12, 2011
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