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Militarisation of Politics & Neocolonialism

The history of Nigeria since independence in 1960 has been one of repeated military coups as one administration, generally installed and led by one group of soldiers, has been replaced by another. John Smith Ikpuk deplores this continual thwarting of the democratic process in his country. The chief reason, he argues, for this failure to move towards a more open form of government, lies in Nigeria's inability to achieve true independence politically and economically from the demands and constraints imposed by international monetary organisations and the industrialised countries. Nigeria, in short, has not shaken off its former colonial status.
Author: John Smith Ikpuk
Publication Date: 1st January 1995
Book Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781857561869
Price: £12.99


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