AAP#3: Nigeria and the Buhari Administration with James Schneider and Lagun Akinloye by African Arguments Podcast published on 2015-10-30T09:57:12Z Five months after taking office, President Buhari has finally named his cabinet. Journalist James Schneider and analyst Lagun Akinloye join us to discuss why it took so long, explain the ramifications and debate if Buhari's anti-corruption drive means anything in the long term. Subscribe: RSS | iTunes | Soundcloud | Stitcher Follow us and our guests: Desné Masie (co-host): Twitter Peter Dörrie (co-host/producer): Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Lagun Akinloye (political analyst on Nigeria and the head of Public Relations for the Central Association of Nigerians in the UK): Twitter James Schneider (senior correspondent at the New African Magazine): Twitter African Arguments: Twitter | Facebook | Homepage Notes Recommendations: The website of the Economic Freedom Fighters China in Africa Podcast on iTunes China in Africa Podcast episode with James Schneider China-Africa Reporting Project AKÉ Arts & Book Festival The Drone Papers and Target Africa Nigeria and the Buhari Administration Buhari's first 21 appointments analyzed Reuters: Without a cabinet, Nigeria is stuck 'on hold' New York Times: Nigeria President Escalates Campaign to Stem Corruption UNECA High Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows Buhari locates looted Nigerian funds stashed away in the US and European banks Agenda Film Africa 2015 Homepage of the India-Africa Forum Summit 2015 Quartz: Everything you need to know about India’s trade with Africa, in six charts Quartz: Completely outspent by China, India is sticking to its own plan to win over Africa Homepage of Larry Ekundayo Thanks for listening! We are grateful to African Arguments and the Royal African Society for supporting the podcast. If you would like to support us, have a suggestion for a topic we should cover or a guest we should invite, please get in touch! There are links to the social media profiles of our hosts above, or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. The music on this podcast was kindly provided by DJ Maramza.