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The Resource Nigeria beyond divorce, Sam Momah, (electronic resource)

Nigeria beyond divorce, Sam Momah, (electronic resource)

Label
Nigeria beyond divorce
Title
Nigeria beyond divorce
Statement of responsibility
Sam Momah
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Most Nigerians, when they talk about Nigeria, will always refer to her with bubbling jingoism as ìgiant of Africaî or ìour great nation, Nigeriaî but fail to ask ìgiant of what?î Goodness or Evil? Productivity or Consumption? Success or Failure? Meritocracy or Mediocrity? Hollowness or Substance? Capturing the ""mood of the nation"" this book offers diagnosis on the country which are broad-based, instructive and well presented. Part I outlines the developmental stages of Nigeria while Part II gives an in depth diagnosis of the major problems besetting Nigeria, following Part III gives examples
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Momah, Sam,
Dewey number
966.905
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Nigeria
  • Nigeria
  • Nigeria
  • Nigeria
Label
Nigeria beyond divorce, Sam Momah, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; P R O L O G U E; PART I:DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF NIGERIA; CHAPTER 1 -THE BIRTH OF NIGERIA; CHAPTER 2 -- PRE AND POST-INDEPENDENCEGOVERNANCE; CHAPTER 3 -- NIGERIAN POLITICAL LEADERS AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTAT A GLANCE; CHAPTER 4 -NIGERIAN MILITARY IN GOVERNANCE; PART II:THE MAIN PROBLEMS OF NIGERIA; CHAPTER 5 -- THE PROBLEM WITH NIGERIA -- OVERBLOATED BUREAUCRACY CAUSEDBY UNDUE CREATION OF STATES; CHAPTER 6 -- THE PROBLEM WITH NIGERIA -- POORINFRASTRUCTURE
  • Chapter 7 -- the problem with nigeria -- unitarycontent but federal labelchapter8 -- the problem with nigeria -- endemic insecurity; chapter 9 -- the problem with nigeria -- endemiccorruption; chapter 10 -- the problem with nigeria -population explosion; chapter 11 -- the problem with nigeria -unemployment and the failure toconvert brain drain to brain gain; chapter 12 -- the problem with nigeria -- poor productivity aggravated by wrongapplication of federal character; chapter 13 -- the problem with nigeria -- the need for leadership with proven trackrecord
  • Chapter 14 -- the problem with nigeria -- growingreligious tensionpart iii:examples for nigeria to emulate; chapter 15 -- obama's victory and its significanceto nigeria; chapter 16 -- rwanda's developmental exampleand lessons for nigeria; chapter 17 -- example of singapore developing from third world to first world(1965 -- 2000); chapter 18 -- japanese developmental experienceand lessons for nigeria; part iv:strategic solution to problems; chapter 19 -- the crucial strategic need toremain united; chapter 20 -restructuring the polity; chapter 21 -- epilogue; part v; notes and references
  • APPENDIX 1 -LIST OF KIDNAPPINGSAPPENDIX 2 -- LIST OF BOKO HARAM BOMB-BLASTDESTRUCTIONS; About the Author; Index; Back cover
Control code
ocn864505287
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxii, 277 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789788431572
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)864505287
Label
Nigeria beyond divorce, Sam Momah, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; P R O L O G U E; PART I:DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF NIGERIA; CHAPTER 1 -THE BIRTH OF NIGERIA; CHAPTER 2 -- PRE AND POST-INDEPENDENCEGOVERNANCE; CHAPTER 3 -- NIGERIAN POLITICAL LEADERS AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENTAT A GLANCE; CHAPTER 4 -NIGERIAN MILITARY IN GOVERNANCE; PART II:THE MAIN PROBLEMS OF NIGERIA; CHAPTER 5 -- THE PROBLEM WITH NIGERIA -- OVERBLOATED BUREAUCRACY CAUSEDBY UNDUE CREATION OF STATES; CHAPTER 6 -- THE PROBLEM WITH NIGERIA -- POORINFRASTRUCTURE
  • Chapter 7 -- the problem with nigeria -- unitarycontent but federal labelchapter8 -- the problem with nigeria -- endemic insecurity; chapter 9 -- the problem with nigeria -- endemiccorruption; chapter 10 -- the problem with nigeria -population explosion; chapter 11 -- the problem with nigeria -unemployment and the failure toconvert brain drain to brain gain; chapter 12 -- the problem with nigeria -- poor productivity aggravated by wrongapplication of federal character; chapter 13 -- the problem with nigeria -- the need for leadership with proven trackrecord
  • Chapter 14 -- the problem with nigeria -- growingreligious tensionpart iii:examples for nigeria to emulate; chapter 15 -- obama's victory and its significanceto nigeria; chapter 16 -- rwanda's developmental exampleand lessons for nigeria; chapter 17 -- example of singapore developing from third world to first world(1965 -- 2000); chapter 18 -- japanese developmental experienceand lessons for nigeria; part iv:strategic solution to problems; chapter 19 -- the crucial strategic need toremain united; chapter 20 -restructuring the polity; chapter 21 -- epilogue; part v; notes and references
  • APPENDIX 1 -LIST OF KIDNAPPINGSAPPENDIX 2 -- LIST OF BOKO HARAM BOMB-BLASTDESTRUCTIONS; About the Author; Index; Back cover
Control code
ocn864505287
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxxii, 277 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789788431572
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)864505287

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