Nigeria's first-ever feature length film, 'Lady Buckit & The Motley Mopsters' with a $1m budget, was proudly "Made by Nigerian creatives, in Nigeria, for Nigerians". Its producers and creative team hope it will help share Nigeria's rich history.
Africa in 2014: The beginning of the end for the OPEC bloc
Just as the event sent shockwaves through the world economy in 1973, the rise of shale gas and tight oil in the US and elsewhere is now creating an impact of similar magnitude in the oil world.
Regimes across the Middle east and elsewhere have used their oil supplies as political tools. With the shale gas revolution, this approach is growing weaker.
The growth in global demand is such that a price collapse is unlikely, according to the International Energy Agency, so OPEC governments from Saudi Arabia to Algeria will not have the rug pulled out from under them.
But with their diplomatic muscle reduced, the power games in the region will change. Like at the end of the Cold War in Africa, it is hard to predict what will happen next. ●