By Victor Oguejiofor Okafor
This publication examines the impression of post-colonial management on political integration in Nigeria, providing an in-depth knowing of the ancient and modern forces that form Nigeria's nationwide politics in addition to African politics in general. Okafor discusses how Nigeria's pre-colonial and colonial political histories in addition to modern exterior forces like neo-colonialism, in addition to inner social, fiscal and political buildings and advancements, have affected rising post-independence politics within the nation. The examine climaxes with an Africa-centered concept of political and integrative management after which makes use of it as a prism for studying six Nigerian post-independence political leaderships, encompassing Nigeria's First and moment Republics, besides their army interregna. The concluding bankruptcy contains a dialogue of the consequences of the examine for management and political integration in Africa more often than not.
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