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June 18, 2012


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Segun Ajayi

Boko Haram has opted for violence; the petrol strikers chose nonviolence. Both streams of voices of dissent, however, are public expressions of indignation with the continued governmental status quo in Nigeria. Different groups are expressing extreme frustration with Nigeria’s ruling class, which is a class that has not professionalized state institutions, which has not created a world-class infrastructure that would encourage economic development, and which has continued to engage in non-transparent governance that enriches them as a class at the expense of the general population.

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