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Beyond the confines of the African continent, Yoruba civilisation has...
Was Goodluck Jonathan weak and clueless as his traducers have claimed?...
A narrative tour de force, this novel has got everything — friendship...
What follows in this book is the general direction which the military administration in Nigeria pursued from July 1975 to October 1979, a period that marked a watershed and created a significant landmark in the political and socio-economic life of Nigeria.
The narrative behind what carried Nigeria and Nigerians to the present stage in world football is a fascinating one. This book tries to explain how it happened in its early formation as an example of the dispersion, adaptation and indigenisation of British sporting culture in an outpost of Empire.
With over twenty years of committed service in the Nigerian Civil Service, Junji Olaopa Brings his experience as an expert insider to bear on this roadmap book in the journey towards achieving a world class Nigerian civil service of the future.
Throughout this compelling narrative, Okereke emerges as a credible witness to history.
Centered around three of the dominant themes of Nigeria's post-colonial narrative - ethnicity, democracy and governance, this is an accessible and comprehensive introduction to the history and events that have shaped these three areas.
Africa is a rapidly urbanizing continent largely due to increasing rural/urban migration. The rapid growth is without commensurate infrastructure, basic services and employment opportunities. What is the nature of these problems and how do urban residents and institutions respond to them in different contexts? What are the gaps left to be filled by policy...
The End of Poverty is a roadmap to a more prosperous and secure world.
Published to coincide with the centenary of Tolstoy's death, here is an exciting new edition of one of the great literary works of world literature.
Good governance, development and democracy are needed to improve the human conditions in Africa. All three must encapsulate the running of post-colonial states, bringing along the people, promoting participation, justice, and human rights.
Getting Our Universities Back on Track is a broad narrative on the state of higher education in Nigeria, undertaken within the context of the author’s experience as Vice Chancellor at Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA), a public university in the country, from 2010 to 2015.
This book comprehensively explores the life and work of Muhammad, the history of Islam, Islamic beliefs and doctrine, and religious practices and worship.
Why does the future of democracy seem uncertain on the continent? The achievement of this book is to provide answers to this question. First, the book reasons that the democratization processes on the continent are moving forward backwards, in that the preconditions for continued sustainability of democracy are absent and not plentiful in almost all...