Nigeria’s stumbling democracy and its implications for Africa’s democratic movement
African American Studies
Nigeria's Stumbling Democracy and its Implications for Africa's Democratic Movement is the first book to recount and analyze Nigeria's controversial general elections of April 2007. Because Nigeria's immense and diverse population of 140 million people and its wealth of natural resources make it a microcosm of Africa, Nigerian politics are an ideal case study and bellwether by which to view and understand African politics and the ongoing democratic experiments on the continent. Ten leading scholars of Nigerian and African politics, variously based in Nigeria, the US, and Europe, contribute ori.
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Okafor, V. O. (2008). Nigeria’s stumbling democracy and its implications for Africa’s democratic movement. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International.
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