Sulayman Nyang

Professor of African Studies at Howard University

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Professor of African Studies at Howard University and an internationally recognized scholar on Islam in Africa, who has written and edited several books, including Islam, Christianity, and African Identity; former consultant to the World Bank and United Nations Development Program

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Nigerians witnessed an historic first this week, the
peaceful transfer of power from one civilian president to another.    Despite this first after  the nation 's long
history of…

Can Nigeria's New President Bring Reform and Stability?

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