Nigéria: le bilan d’Obasanjo/ Nigeria: Obasanjo’s assessment

Voici un article en anglais de Chukwudi Okeke qui dresse le bilan des huit années de pouvoir du président du Nigéria: Matthew Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo. On se rend compte que le bilan positif se limite au domaine économique, et encore, on se limite aux secteurs des télécommunications et de l’aviation…

Here is an article by Chukwudi Okeke telling us what can be assessed from the eight years Nigeria spent under the presidency of Matthew Olusegun Aremu Obasanjo:

In 1999, when he first sought for democratic power through his party, he was then, not very much liked by Nigerians. But in a bid to do away with the tyranny of the uniformed men which reached its maximum during the Abacha days, the big chief from Owu was voted in with 62.6 % of the total vote as the President of the 4th republic Nigeria. What Nigerians actually did was a solidarity support for democracy which they have come to believe that the worst of it is preferable to the best of military rule.  

But looking for a positive assessment is only possible when we look at the economy. But event there, improvements were visible only in the telecommunications and aviation sectors…

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