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To borrow a hackneyed phrase, Nigeria has had a chequered political history before and since independence from British colonial rule on October 1, 1960. Two sets of actors – the civilian politicians and the military politicians - have been on the national political stage since January 15, 1966. General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida was one of them. In his eight

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Contemporary Uganda and other East African states are connected by the experience of Idi Amin’s tyranny, rapacious and murderous regime, and the latter second Uganda Peoples Congress government, that forced Ugandans to go into exile and initiate armed struggles from Kenya and Tanzania to oust his government. Because of these experiences of disappearances, tortur

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Language in Contemporary Religious Expressions in Nigeria is an important contribution to the enduring debate in most African countries on the roles and importance of language, particularly African languages, in the religious expressions of African people. It is a collection of critical essays and research reports on the essential and diverse roles of language within

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Dr. Eno’s poetry represents a beautiful corona amidst the earlier African poetry.  – Prof. Monica Nalyaka W. Mweseli, Dept. of Literature, University of Nairobi  Eno writes about inequality, marginalization and oppression, among others, combining the English language with a writing style that shows an interrelationship between social thought a

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The book provides an accessible introduction to the Modern Gulf of Guinea. It combines essential themes in the disciplines of history, comparative politics, political economy and strategic studies with a country-by-country analysis of the states of the region. Basically, it examines the people, history, political economy and strategic future of the Gulf  of Guine

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The Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria should be seen as both a phenomenon and as an activity. As a phenomenon it should be seen as expressions of injustice and de-development in Nigeria and as an activity it should be seen as expressions of violence and destruction to satisfy orgiastic aspirations, especially in some northern parts of Nigeria. Again, as a phenomenon, t

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Dictatorship, contrary to the general belief, is not an African invention. The history of this practice dates back to the Roman Empire where the “extraordinary magistrate” and the “ordinary magistrate” wielded uncontrolled power in society. Sadly, post-colonial Africa is replete with examples of African leaders who subsequently adopted the di

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  This book contributes to the available literature on small business management by providing a comparison of the internationalization process of family and non-family businesses in Denmark. With practical examples of the decision making processes and challenges of internationalization of these companies, readers will be able to understand how both family and no

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Civil conflicts in Africa range from few interstate wars to several intrastate conflicts characterized by secessionist movements, irredentism, coups and counter coups, genocide, wars of liberation to resource-based wars.  The varied causes of conflicts in the continent's diverse and complex social formations are seen in ethnic terms and include struggles for econ

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The longevity and productivity of every NGO hinges on its capacity to effectively mobilize resources for its cause. Based on extensive research and years of professional practice, this book examines critically the issues and challenges of existing practices for fundraising by NGOs in the developing world and the pitfalls involved in towing the traditional model withou

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