The one man National Treasure visits Mali, Ghana and, in the final 10 minutes, Nigeria. In Nigeria he flies with Dangote in his private jet to his cement factory and asks him if he has participated in corruption. He then meets Naeto C and Sasha in Lagos.
After watching the section on the King of the Ashanti in Ghana and the moral/juridical/spiritual authority bestowed upon him, I wondered whether there is any equivalent figure in Nigeria among the Emirs and the traditional rulers of the South. It seems that in Nigeria, traditional rulers these days are simply business men who use their position to further their interests and have little spiritual authority. Perhaps that is a simplification however..