The BBC World Service is hosting debates across the world. In an hour-long programme, ‘BBC World Questions’, the public is free to question politicians, leaders and opinion formers face to face. The debates are led entirely by these questions from the audience who are able to have their points heard around the world.
Nigeria is one of the world’s largest oil producers, a leading nation in Africa and the continent’s most populous country. It has a recently re-elected civilian government, the President has given a commitment to democracy, and decades of military rule ended twenty years ago. But Jihadist attacks and separatist movements threaten parts of the country and the government is challenged with establishing security to encourage more foreign investment. Unemployment is a big issue, as is how to get the best from the country’s natural resources.
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Source: Complete Sports