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DECOLONIZING NIGERIA, 1945-1960: POLITICS, POWER AND PERSONALITIES

Decolonizing Nigeria: Politics, Power, and Personalities is an innovative approach at crafting a
popular history of a great moment in Nigeria’s history.
The book is neatly organized into three parts. Part One focuses on the late colonial era’s driving forces to bring about self-determination for Nigeria.
Part Two deals with the establishment of developmental institutions for self-government.


Part Three is organized under the central theme of “Regionalism and Change,” highlighting the personalities of Nigeria’s most powerful nationalists: Bello, Azikiwe, and Awolowo in relation to how their careers accentuated the structures of regional differences.
The final concluding chapter explains the post-independence tasking steps to deal with the “unfinished businesses” of decolonization.

Aimed at a wider audience, Decolonizing Nigeria is a monumental work, and a seminal contribution to understanding both the political economies and the geopolitics of the post-colonial multi-ethnic nation states in contemporary global village.

Pages: 612

Available for Sale at: www.udarabooks.com for N5000.

We deliver to your office in Ibadan and Lagos (Ikoyi, VI, Lekki and Ikeja only for now)

Sign: Edmund Obilo

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