Nearly four decades after Sunny Okosun posited, Which Way Nigeria? Victor Udo serves up a geopolitical literary gem that should be required reading for Nigerian students, policy makers, and civil servants. Which Way Nigeria? navigates post–colonial political and diplomatic conditions, class structure and economic organization, Nigerian culture and the diversity of its ethnic groups, and the environment. Writing from a place of unrelenting patriotism for his homeland, Udo outlines his framework Comprehensive Sustainable Development Planning and Implementation (CSDPI) praxis, through which Nigeria's structural, leadership and development challenges can finally be overcome.Often referred to as the Giant of Africa, Nigeria is the most populous country on the continent and the seventh most populous country in the world. With more than 90 million of its population under the age of eighteen and the world's eighth largest oil producer, Nigeria is on the precipice of becoming a dominant force in the global economy. But its success has been undermined in recent decades by ethnic and religious conflict, political instability, rampant corruption and an ailing economy. Udo relies on his expertise as a foremost authority on climate change mitigation as a path towards global sustainability, thoughtfully scrutinizing the critical interdependence of politics, society, technology and the environment.A collective call to action for fellow patriots, Which Way Nigeria? illuminates the resilience of nearly 200 million Nigerian citizens with incredible unrealized potential. Masterfully examining the geopolitical context of a fragmented contemporary Nigeria, Udo offers solutions for a path forward that will elevate his homeland and establish it as a unified global force in which all citizens can prosper.