There seems to be fewer and fewer reasons for Nigerians to return back to their country, and more and more reasons for them to stay abroad despite the high paid jobs that are commensurate with their education and experience which lay in Nigeria.
A clear case of this is that of Prof. Bath Nnaji, Nnaji took a different track. Having attained academic heights as professor from one of the best American universities, to the best of his judgements he decided to return to Nigeria. He spent less than two years trying to restructure the power sector. But his resignation on the 28th of August 2012, could be described as a “shock therapy” not because he doesn’t like the job, not because he cannot achieve it, but because like many other educated Nigerians who live outside the country, but believed that Nigeria continues to flounder in unending cycle of corruption he decided to leave in order to maintain his long built r...eputation.