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Nigerian political scene [by] Archibald Callaway [and others]

Robert O Tilman

Nigerian political scene [by] Archibald Callaway [and others]

by Robert O Tilman

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Published by Published for the Duke University Commonwealth-Studies Center [by] Duke University Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nigeria -- Bibliography,
  • Nigeria -- Economic conditions,
  • Nigeria -- Politics and government

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesDuke University Commonwealth-Studies Center. Publication no. 17, Publication (Duke University. Commonwealth-Studies Center) -- no. 17
    ContributionsCallaway, Archibald, Cole, Taylor, 1906-,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT515.8 T5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination340p.
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14441849M

      After a politician is ousted out of the political game and they do not have many moves left on the political chessboard, they write a book. They claim they are giving an account of their “stewardship” (a word that vain Nigerian politicians have battered into meaninglessness) whereas the book is just an embellished account of their. Nigeria. He conducted his field work, in close co-operation with Nigerian edu- cational officials, during several weeks in Subsequently, he examined many other relevant materials and studies, both on Nigeria and on problems of develop- ment administration. The findings reported here pre-date the more recent political changes within Nigeria.

    'This book by Falola and Heaton, two experienced and now famed collaborators, is a remarkable new addition to the growing library on a general history of Nigeria. Profiting from the weaknesses and strengths of its predecessors, it treats not only Nigerian politics, administration and economy but focuses also on culture and social history.   The top 10 books about Nigeria Author Barnaby Phillips chooses fiction and non-fiction that shows an often caricatured nation in all its rich variety Barnaby Phillips.

    Nigeria is just as diverse as the setting of the game of thrones. In Nigeria, 3 tribes jostle for the central control in aso rock while in GoT, 7 kingdoms vie for central power in kings landing. The only difference between the two settings is that more male figures/characters have dominated the Nigerian scene than females. Books that tell the story of the Nigerian civil war J henry 8, views 5 Comments On July 6 , the guns of the Nigerian army opened up in Garkem near Ogoja in present-day Cross Rivers State in the secessionist enclave of Biafra.


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As a fellow-countryman, I cannot forbear to add that Archibald Callaway is a New Zealander.In that sense, Nigerian political parties, to the extent that they became representatives of a particular communal group served the function of transforming a people into a nationality. Thus, byNigerian politics had come to resemble the politics of the multi-national nation-states of Europe before the First World War.