AAP#3: Nigeria and the Buhari Administration with James Schneider and Lagun Akinloye

A pro-Buhari poster on a street in Nigeria. Photograph by Clara Sanchiz.

A pro-Buhari poster on a street in Nigeria. Photograph by Clara Sanchiz.

Five months after taking office, President Muhammadu Buhari has finally named his cabinet. Journalist James Schneider and analyst Lagun Akinloye join us to discuss why it took so long, what the ramifications are, and whether Buhari’s anti-corruption drive means anything in the long term.

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