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Nigeria, Biafra, and Boko Haram: Ending the Genocides Through Multistate Solution

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Author Osita Ebiem
Isbn 1628383550
File size 1267 kb
Year 2014-03-17
Pages 224
Language English
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Since the unification of Southern and Northern Nigeria in 1914, the country has been rife with violence, poverty, inequity, and corruption. For decades it has barely functioned, and even now Nigerians face adversity in the absence of a pragmatic solution... In his book, “Nigeria, Biafra, and Boko Haram: Ending the Genocides Through Multistate Solution”, author Osita Ebiem fashions a compelling argument for finally partitioning Nigeria into distinct countries. Through the use of the multi-state solution and the principle of Self Determination, the widely diverse Nigerian ethnic identifications—Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa/Fulani—would be unimpeded in practicing their religious, cultural, and social differences and help initiate and accelerate growth, prosperity, end impunity and entrench sanity, law and order in the various emerging new countries.. With detailed precision, Ebiem explores the annals of Nigerian history and explains in clear terms the evolution of a country forced together by European commercial interests. The portrait of an utterly disastrous One Nigeria is often haunting and unbelievable; and though the country and its people have endured trauma beyond comprehension, Ebiem offers practical solutions, which can reroute Nigeria’s path and ultimately begin the long process of healing.

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Year 2005-10-20
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Year 2005
Pages 314
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Isbn 0813561647
Genre Political Science
Year 2013-12-18
Pages 230
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Isbn 9780761334217
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
Year 2007
Pages 160
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Year 2009-05-31
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Isbn 9780754647300
Genre Law
Year 2006
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Genre Political Science
Year 2004
Pages 299
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Year 2002
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Isbn 9780367728489
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Year 2020-12-18
Pages 188
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Isbn 1476737487
Genre Political Science
Year 2013-06-04
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Isbn 1412827671
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Year 2003
Pages 301
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Year 1999-01-01
Pages 278
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Isbn 1417503505
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Genre History
Year 2006
Pages 267
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Genre Social Science
Year 2011-06-01
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Isbn 0595612784
Genre Political Science
Year 2008-04-27
Pages 411
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