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    Supported with personal letters and pictures, Olusegun Obasanjo, Nzeogwu’s close friend and confidant, provides a penetrating and detailed account of the lie of the one of the most enigmatic names in Nigeria’s history.

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    Nigeria:The Birth of Africa’s Greatest Country chronicles the social political events of colonial and immediate post-colonial Nigeria as recorded by Drum, the popular monthly magazine of those times. 

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    Michael Peel, a correspondent for the financial times has told the history of Nigeria and her people in the book.Paper back Pages: 250

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    Ironsi was Nigeria’s first military Head of State. He was killed in Ibadan in the July 1966 counter coup led my northern officers. In this edition entitled Ironsi, Chuks Iloegbunam goes beyond the individual level and the web of intrigues that cost General Aguiyi-Ironis his life.

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    In a humorous way, Nigerians In Theory tries to depict the full richness of the Nigerian character and the inherent tensions in that make up. 

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    Why We Struck tells the story of the first military intervention in Nigerian politics. The coup that took place on January 15, 1966, was conceived and planned together by Majors Nzeogwu, Ifeajuna and Ademoyega. The execution of the plan had a lightning effect, and the coup provoked a reaction within the first hours of its commencement, opening the...

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    This House of Oduduwa Must Not Fall represents a quest to share the ultimate eye-opening journey to the root of the problems of (the geographical entity called) Nigeria. 

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    The book contains essays written by four generations of Nigerian scholars. It is the first to examine the historical, political, economic and comparative dimensions of attempts by the military to restructure the Nigerian federation.

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    The late Chief S.L. Akintola played a significant role in the political emancipation of Nigeria from colonial rule and in the subsequent development of the Nigerian State. 

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    “This book is the story of Nigeria’s political journey between December 31, 1983 and August 27, 1993. This is the story of how things fell apart.”

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