Category Archives: Nigeria

Guest blog: Nigeria, a country at a crossroads


Dan, another of my data-collecting colleagues, was in Nigeria earlier this year – just before the elections. On the day that the country’s new president is being inaugurated Dan reflects on his own experiences of election fever there. Regards, Mark. We’d been … Continue reading

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From gridlock to open highways


In Port Harcourt I had a day to collect all of my data and so I’d arranged for a driver to pick me up at ten in the morning which is when the shops open but in the hotel lobby … Continue reading

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Coping in Nigeria


As with every trip I take abroad I always read the latest security reports as part of the planning and I have to say that I was a little apprehensive before arriving here in Nigeria. It’s my first visit to … Continue reading

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