ISBN 9789780232344
Pages 120
Dimensions 203 x 127 mm
Published 2007
Publisher Malthouse Press, Nigeria
Format Paperback

Malthouse Monographs on Africa. 4-6

edited by Dayo Oluyemi-Kusa

The ten monographs in this series are devoted to a critical review of the regime of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babagandi, arguably the most controversial military dictator in Nigeria's political development and whose political and socio-economic 'engineering' efforts in the period 1985-1993 left everyone and the economy gasping and groping for a direction. In all, Malthouse Monographs for Africa (MAMA) Numbers 1-10 represent the most serious attempt yet at unravelling all that took place in Nigeria in that period, and should thus, hopefully, generate further exchange of views and discussions.

The monographs contained in this volume are: The Nigerian Private Sector under Adjustment and Crisis 1985-1993; General Ibrahim Babangida's Legacy: The Domestic and International Dimensions; Nigeria's Foreign Policy under General Babangida.

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