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Nigerian Women in Politics By Ivor Ogidefa
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The Nigerian women have currently conquered politics but this was not without some setbacks, available here is an historical trace to how it all began.
ESSAYS ON NIGERIAN POLITICS By Ozodi Osuji
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This book presents comments on Nigeria's politics and culture; thorough presentation of the subject.
The Politics of Being Nigerian By Okechukwu Jones Asuzu
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The project is political dealing on the developmental problems of Nigeria and the stereotyping and stigmatization of Nigerians as a result.
The Politics of Being Nigerian By Okechukwu Jones Asuzu
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The project is political dealing on the developmental problems of Nigeria and the stereotyping and stigmatization of Nigerians as a result.
The Politics of Being Nigerian By Okechukwu Jones Asuzu
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The project is political, dealing on the developmental problems of Nigeria, and the resultant prejudice against Nigerians by the international community.
The Politics of Being Nigerian By Okechukwu Jones Asuzu
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The project is political, dealing on the developmental problems of Nigeria, and the resultant prejudice against Nigerians by the international community.
ESSAYS ON NIGERIAN AND AMERICAN POLITICS 2013 By Ozodi Osuji
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This is a book of essays on Nigerian, African and American politics written in 2013.
Nigerian Unity: In The Balance (Enlarged Edition) By Gerald McLoughlin et al.
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Nigeria’s future as a unified state is in jeopardy. Those who make or execute U.S. policy will find it difficult to advance U.S. interests in Africa without an understanding of the pressures... More > that tear and bind Nigeria. Despite this, the centrifugal forces that tear at the country and the centripetal forces that have kept it whole are not well understood and rarely examined. After establishing Nigeria’s importance to the United State as a cohesive and functioning state, this monograph examines the historic, religious, cultural, political, physical, demographic, and economic factors that will determine Nigeria’s fate. It identifies the specific fault lines along which Nigeria may divide. It concludes with practical policy recommendations for the United States to support Nigerians in their efforts to maintain a functioning and integrated state, and, by so doing, advance U.S. interests.< Less
The Nigerian Fools Who Think They Can Fool God By Michael Chima Ekenyerengozi
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Critical Commentaries and Essays with Humourous Anecdotes on the Nigerian Society, Focusing on Education, Romance, Marriage, Religion, Politics and other matters.
BROAD $TREET: Discovering Wealth in The Nigerian Stock Market By Adewale Dada
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Regarded as the last frontier for the global investor, Africa represents the investment goldmine of the future with its abundance of natural and human resources. Nowhere else on the continent are... More > innovative political and economic reform jump-starting the forthcoming economic revolution like the oil-rich nation of Nigeria, where the local stock market is creating wealth for millions of investors. Using a hands-own approach, Broad $treet shows independent investors all over the world how to participate in the enormous opportunity the Nigerian stock market offers in the 21st century. Covering important topics such as the Nigerian economy, how to identify winning companies, selecting a broker, managing risk, sourcing funds to invest and more; Broad $treet is the practical guide offering the answers you need to invest and make money in Africa’s largest economy.< Less