LaRouche in Nigeria


Posted By: somtum
Date: Monday, 24 March 2003, 3:00 p.m.

The following emergency declaration was passed on March 23, 2003 by the participants in the International Conference of the Schiller Institute in Bad Schwalbach, Germany, coming from 46 countries:

…. Nigeria…..

Only Hope for Nigeria- Larouche's New Bretton Woods- Sept. 2001 ...

SCHILLER INSTITUTE in Nigeria. Now is the time for LaRouche's New Bretton

Woods. by Lawrence K. Freeman. September 7, 2001. On May 29 ...

Attending the event in Washington were nine diplomats, representing Benin, the Dominican Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Kenya, Mauritania, Myanmar, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Paraguay.




Prof. Sam Aluko (retired economics professor, and former economic advisor for various Nigerian governments for more than 30 years): " Conflicts and Economic Development in Africa."

The Lessons To Be Learned from Nigeria (By Ode Ojuwo) Professor Ojuwo is from the  Centre of Development Studies  as Jus University, Nigeria. [NB – I cannot find this institution – does it actually exist???? ] 

He  addressed the conference on  January 15, 2001, following  Lyndon LaRouche's keynote presentation on "The New  Bretton Woods System as the Framework for a New, Just  World Economic Order."

Ode Ojuwo: Nigeria's Struggle To Survive Globalization

LaRouche Testifies at Hearings On Gross Misconduct of U.S. Department of Justice

The independent hearings, which were facilitated by the Schiller Institute,

delegation from Nigeria's Constitutional Conference.