6 edition of Nigerian politics and military rule found in the catalog.
Nigerian politics and military rule
by University of London; published for the Institute of Commonwealth Studies [by] the Athlone Press in [London]
Written in English
|Statement||edited by S. K. Panter-Brick.|
|Series||University of London. Institute of Commonwealth Studies. Commonwealth papers, no. 13, Commonwealth papers ;, no. 13.|
|Contributions||Panter-Brick, S. K., ed., University of London. Institute of Commonwealth Studies.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.62 .N54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 276 p.|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||76137673|
"Contemporary Nigerian politics stands out as one of the most complex and volatile systems in the world. Dramatic changes have taken place in recent years and it is more important than ever to have insight into the changing character of Nigerian politics. Nigeria is a mega-state, even on a world scale. Larger than France or Britain, it claims over one-fifth of the people in sub-Saharan . A group of Nigerian scholars, journalists and former civil servants (predominantly from the southwestern part of the country) analyzes the phases of military governance over 13 years of war, peace and booming oil production. Somewhat uneven (with essays by Philip Asiodu and Bolaji Akinyemi standing out among the rest) and repetitive, it is of interest particularly in .
Read Why We Struck by Ademoyela. The book is written by one of the masterminds of the coup in Nigeria and the reasons for the coup. The reason was because there was profligacy in politics. Politicians became corrupt and decadent and the milit. England. The Nigeria military then was still largely under the control and influence of the Queen of England. But with Nigeria becoming a republic in , the Nigerian military forces were renamed, and thereafter designated Nigerian military forces. The evolution of the Nigerian Military followed very closely, the political history of the Size: 77KB.
They would remain in control until when a conclusive democratic transition to civilian rule was effected. This book, a sequel to his ‘Oil Politics and Violence: Nigeria’s Military Coup Culture ()’ by the same author captures the downward slide Nigeria witnessed in all spheres of her national life under the leadership of the. The effects of military rule on contemporary Nigerian government. This paper will be concluded by identifying certain effects military regime has on present Nigerian government. From a keen observation of the contemporary Nigerian government, it can be observed that we are still being governed by military men in that they still call the shots.
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Military dominance in Nigerian politics from to and to has in no small measure adversely impacted on the political development of. Military rule in Nigeria first started on Januwhen a group or army officers overthrew the NPC-NNDP government and killed many of the country’s political rulers.
The military history of Nigeria since the colonial rule began precisely on the 1 st October The country was at its infantile stage and was still trying to adapt to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nigerian politics and military rule.
[London] University of London; published for the Institute of Commonwealth Studies [by] the Athlone Press, Military Intervention in Nigerian Politics (Searchlight on the Nigerian Army from Janu to ) and Civilian and Military Politicians in Nigeria by Ajisola Ewuola, AJIS - AJET.
The young Soyinka is witness to a society torn between traditional and modernising forces, and some of the first protests against colonial rule in the 40s. The Secret Lives of Baba Segi's Wives Author: Barnaby Phillips. Nigerian politics and military rule: Prelude to the Civil War; (University of London.
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Institute of Commonwealth by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nigerian government and politics under military rule, London: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Effect of military rule on development Source: Author's Fieldwork by a detachment of the Nigerian troops in No- ‘W ar which is a continuati on of politics’ in the.
Achievements of Military Rule in Nigeria; The Weakness or Failure of Military Regime in Nigeria; Introduction.
Nigeria’s first military junta began following the Nigerian coup d’état which overthrew Prime Minister Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa. Major General Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi was made the Head of the Federal Military.
A Nigerian newspaper and Online version of the Vanguard, a daily publication in Nigeria covering Nigeria news, Niger delta, general national news, politics, business, energy, sports, entertainment.
The book discusses military interventions and how these events stunted the growth of democracy in Nigeria. As a historical inquisition of Nigerian political history, this text is particularly relevant for students and those new to Nigerian politics.
Larry Diamond Class, Ethnicity and Democracy in Nigeria: The Failure of the First Republic. GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS Political System: Nigeria is a federal republic with a presidential system.
The constitution provides for a separation of powers among the three branches of government. General elections held in February marked the end of 15 years of military rule and the beginning of civilian rule based on a multiparty democracy.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Nigeria is the giant of Africa. And of course, this country has quite a history behind it. In this write-up, you will have the opportunity to learn about what actually transpired in Nigeria during the colonial days; that is, those days before Nigeria became an independent country.
We are going to focus specially on those days between and Canada: the same reasons used above to explain military interventions in Nigeria could explain the failure of political democracy in most former British colonies; which was a colonial legacy especially in most African former British colonies (Wiseman, ).
Made in the Great Britain: History of the Nigerian Armed forces. I picked up Max Siollun's book (Oil, Politics and Violence: Nigeria's Military Coup Culture ), and could not put it down until the last page. It reads like a fast paced thriller; an unbiased narrative of Nigeria's birth - the politics and circumstances within which this young nation was nurtured, and the pitfalls of the competing /5(30).
Military rule, political regime in which the military as an organization holds a preponderance of term military rule as used here is synonymous with military regime and refers to a subtype of authoritarian regime.
For most of human history, attaching military to rule would have been redundant, because almost all political regimes in large-scale societies of the premodern.
The book chronicles the activities of army officers in Nigerian politics and society since the first military coup of 15 January several myths. was the first military intervention in Nigerian politics and the grip on power lasted till Inthe military again truncated the Nigerian civilian rule and ruled again till All of these totaled 29 years of military rule in Nigeria.
Reasons For Military Intervention In Nigerian Politics. Inhe seconded to the Nigerian army where he held several military posts including Chief of Defence Staff, under Abacha’s rule. Following the death of General Abacha, he pledged to returning Nigeria to civilian rule, after 16 years of military rule in the Second : Iniye Spiff.
Military coups and military rule (which began as an emergency aberration) became a seemingly permanent feature of Nigerian politics. The author names names, and explores how British influence aggravated indigenous rivalries.
He shows how various factions in the military were able to hold onto power and resist civil and international pressure 5/5(4).Abegunrin examines Nigerian foreign policy during the 33 years of military rule punctuated by the quadrennial civilian government.
He critically analyzes the major developments during this period at the regional, continental, and global levels, focusing on the activities of the key figures. The issues of national security, democracy and good governance have become very popular the world over, including in Nigeria. So any major book on the subject will surely generate a lot of.