World Bank leadership
How would Nigerians react if their finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala won the leadership of the World Bank? We hear the mixed views of people in Lagos. And the BBC's Sam Olukoya reflects on how some resent her actions in the recent removal of fuel subsidies, while others see her candidacy as a matter of national pride.
Plus, how Africans working abroad are being lured back home by the prospect of better earnings. The BBC's Kevin Mwachiro talks to some of them about the choices they've made.
And Philip Isakpa, editor of the Business Day newspaper in Nigeria explains the cultural problems that returnees may face.