Bearing both the professional and general readers in mind, Decolonizing Nigeria: Politics, Power, and Personalities is an innovative approach at crafting a popular history of a great moment in Nigeria’s history.
In this thoughtful and elegantly written book, Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu explodes the myths and conventional wisdoms about Africa's quest for economic growth in a globalised world with a paradigm-shift perspective on the continent's future. Paper back pages: 399
From the small countries like the Seychelles to the medium ones like the Ivory Coast and the emerging economies such as South Africa, this travelogue looks at the economic governance and political classes of the African continent, with particular focus on the first decade of the 21st century. Paper back pages: 222
Victor Banjo is the tragic account of a Nigerian military officer who was caught in the crises that engulfed Nigeria following the first military coup of January 15th, 1966. In the process, his own life was cut short.Pages: 98 Paper back
As our world battles on from a Darkened past and an equally Dark present, a steady beam of Light persists. It is eternal and within the core Spirit of humankind. It has long sought full release; opening wide the flood-gates of Actuation, Inclusion and Life Engagement. Paper back Pages: 193 Author: Michael Vickers
The Yoruba Studies Review is a refereed biannual journal dedicated to the study of the experience of the Yoruba peoples and their descendants globally. The journal covers all aspects of the Yoruba transnational, national, and regional presence, both in their West Africa’s homeland and in diasporic spaces, past and present.
Using the scholarship of Toyin Falola as the entry point, The Transformation of Central Nigeria covers significant historical moments in the history of Central Nigeria, a region variously described as the North Central geopolitical zone in Nigeria’s official circles and as the Middle-Belt by its indigenous populations. Paper back Pages: 485 Edited by...