Nigeria since independence

the first 25 years. by Alex Gboyega

Publisher: Heinemann in Lagos

Written in English
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This book seeks the fundamental causes of the widespread upheavals in African states today and finds them in the inadequate colonial preparation of African leaders for the responsibilities of independence.. This book tells of the worst instincts, actions and intentions of the colonial "benefactors" who strung together the "Geographical Expression" today called Nigeria. It examines how the inauspicious foundations of the Country could have led to the sheer dysfunction that has held sway almost from the first day of independence/5. nigeria: past, present and future Nigeria is a Federal Republic composed of 36 States, and a Capital Territory, with an elected President and a Bi-cameral Legislature. It operates the Presidential system of Government with three distinct but complementary arms namely the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary, each acting as a check on. Nigerian Technology Development Since Independence is a major resource, not only for policy makers and development planners, butalso, historians of technology and social scientists. The text provides detailed analysis of Nigeria's development policy and strategy between and the s in terms of numerous plans, programs and institutions.

  Nigeria has changed a lot both negatively and positively over the years. Even though Nigeria's growth is stunted, the country is a regional power in Africa. In terms of population, Nigeria's population has exploded from about 30 million people in.

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Bystanders in central and northern Nigeria. It is a must read for scholars and policy makers concerned with conflict and state failure in Nigeria." - CHOICE "Hill's is a paradoxical book.

He points out that Nigeria is a construct that has almost fallen apart several times since Lugard decreed its by: Prof. Osaghae's book presents a scholarly, detailed, and well-referenced history of Nigerian politics fromwhen the country became independent, up through the Nigeria since independence book regime ().

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Wonderful book - very detailed on the politics and changes through eras in Nigeria. Definitely recommend this book to anyone trying to learn more about the country. The Crippled Giant: Nigeria since Independence NIGERIA Country Studies: A brief, comprehensive study of Nigeria My Nigeria: Five Decades of Independence South Korea since (The.

Nigeria was referred to as Colonial Nigeria during the era to be discussed in this write-up. Colonial Nigeria now became independent on and became a republic in The British prohibited slave trade in and that was the time Nigeria’s influence began to be noticed on global scale.

This also marked the end of the famous Edo Kingdom. Nigeria - Nigeria - Independent Nigeria: Nigeria was granted independence on October 1, A new constitution established a federal system with an elected prime minister and a ceremonial head of state.

The NCNC, now headed by Azikiwe (who had taken control after Macaulay’s death in ), formed a coalition with Balewa’s NPC after neither party won a majority in the.

Nigeria since Independence seeks to answer these important questions by looking at the complex and contradictory roles played by the country\'s federal structures, oil reserves, and the armed forces. The picture of contemporary Nigeria it paints is.

Power in Liberia (), Crippled Giant: Nigeria Since Independence (), The Nigerian Civil War and its Aftermath () and Researching Conflict in Africa: Insights and Experiences (), a Author: Tope Akinyetun.

The Crippled Giant: Nigeria since Independence by Osaghae, Eghosa E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Crippled Giant: Nigeria Since Independence by Osaghae, Eghosa E - AbeBooks. bystanders in central Nigeria since independence book northern Nigeria.

It is a must read for scholars and policy makers concerned with conflict and state failure in Nigeria." - CHOICE "Hill's is a paradoxical book. He points out that Nigeria is a construct that has almost fallen apart several times since Lugard decreed its birth.

This book analyses the political and ethnical tensions that characterize Nigeria, which derive both from colonial and contemporary conflicts. It points out three major factors why Nigeria has not yet collapsed like many other African states: ethnic power sharing amongst the political elite, the military with its national outlook, and oil wealth.

Development and history of education in Nigeria since till date and before independence – You see when you talk about Education In Africa, Nigeria is the most populous black nation in the world, located in West Africa, bordered by the Republic of Benin on the west, Niger on the north, northeast by Chad and east by Cameroon, Nigeria been the giant of the nations in the shore of.

Nigeria Since Independence argues that the main causes of Nigeria's failure are the same as the principal mechanisms keeping it together. It shows how the country's federal structures, oil and gas industries, and armed forces are simultaneously fuelling its failure and preventing it from breaking : In addition, Nigeria continues to experience longstanding ethnic and religious tensions.

Although both the and presidential elections were marred by significant irregularities and violence, Nigeria is currently experiencing its longest period of civilian rule since independence.

Nigeria since independence: Forever fragile. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Jonathan Hill’s text “Nigeria since Independence: Forever Fragile” is a text on state fragility with Nigeria in context.

But state fragility, the analytical tool employed in the text, remains highly contested (see Mata, and Ziaja, User’s Guide onAuthor: Odj Egbe.

Eghosa E. Osaghae surveys Nigerian politics since the country's independence inprobing the factors that have kept it from realizing its enormous economic potential.

Osaghae links characteristics of Nigeria's political culture and economic development to its colonial origin and current status as a neo-colonial formation. Post-independence political developments are. Read "Nigeria Since Independence Forever Fragile?" by J.

Hill available from Rakuten Kobo. This book analyses the political and ethnical tensions that characterize Nigeria, which derive both from colonial and co Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.

This time, Achebe puts the blame for Nigeria's many post-independence failings firmly on the Nigerians themselves. "Nigeria is not a great country", he writes. "It is one of the most disorderly Author: Barnaby Phillips.

Nigeria also belongs to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (JRBD) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as well as the International Development Association, (IDA) Perhaps, where Nigeria has made the greatest achievement since independence is in her activities in the Organization of African Unity (OAT now African.

Troubled Journey: Nigeria Since the Civil War is the latest of a number of case-study probes into Nigeria's unique experience as a modern African state. It pulls together a talented group of Nigerian historians who have been close students of Nigeria's "troubled journey" since Independence Day on October 1,and more precisely since the conclusion of its.

Eghosa Osaghae analyzes Nigerian politics since independence in in relation to the factors that have prevented Nigeria from being the giant that its resources and location in the global system entitle it to be/5.

Browse more videos. Playing next. Independence from British rule came to pass in Nigeria on the 1 st of October, This was the year Nigeria assumed both political and military control of its territory.

As at that time, Nigeria was still following the British system of government in which there is. INTRODUCTION By the time Nigeria gained its independence, it was entering a period of rapid social and economic change, and many people were quite optimistic about its future.

Few people imagined that in the next fifteen years there would be political chaos succeeded by military coup d’état and a thirty-month long civil war. But no. The book -- Nigerian Technology Development Since Independence -- is the product of several years of historical research on Nigeria's development and a testimony to the fact that there are.

Before long, most of what later became the Northern Nigeria was islamised. Islamic education brought along with it Arabic learning since Arabic is the language of the Quran and was therefore perceived as having great spiritual value.

Arabic and Islam were taught simulta neously in. BOOK REVIEW: Ways out of Nigeria’s quagmire the history of Nigeria since independence in has been that of shattered dreams and fading hopes” (p).

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1: The First 25 Years book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Paperback. This paper was aimed at assessing and reviewing Nigeria’s foreign policy since independence in The paper notes that although the country within the period.

Nigeria adopted a new Federal Constitution that year as it made its fourth attempt since independence to emerge from military dictatorship and build a durable democracy.

/ Nigeria Since Independence History Project CEDDERT played a crucial role in the organization of the Workshop on Events, Issues and Sources of Nigerian History, under the auspices of the Presidential Panel on Nigeria since Independence History Project, which was held at State House, Kawo, Kaduna June   Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index Historical and analytical overview -- The first Republic, -- The first phase of military rule, (the Ironsi regime, the Gowon regime, the Mohammed/Obasanjo regime, the assassination of General Mohammed) -- The second Republic, (political parties; GNPP/NPP, NPN, Pages: Osaghae, an academic with a refreshingly neutral and understated approach to the maddening follies of his government, has produced a highly readable overview of Nigeria's politics, economy, and foreign relations.

Rich in detail, his account is also a useful tour of earlier thematic treatments of the subject. Like other analysts, he finds the roots of Nigeria's ungovernability in the .