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Nigerian economy under the Military

Nigerian Economic Society. Annual Conference

Nigerian economy under the Military

proceedings of the 1980 Conferenceof the Nigerian Economic Society.

by Nigerian Economic Society. Annual Conference

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Published by Nigerian Economic Society, C/O Department of Economics, University of Ibadan in Ibadan .
Written in English


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This study is an account of Nigerian foreign policy from , thirty-three years of military rule punctuated by the quadrennial of Shehu Shagari's civilian interregnum of It sets out to review, examine, and critically analyze the major developments during that period, focusing.   This book investigates the relationship between Nigerian military governments and the Nigerian press in the context of press freedom over a period of twenty-three years. The largely historical legal study focuses on four objectives to wit: to examine the laws (decrees and edicts) which defined the limits of press freedom during military rule in Nigeria; to draw together in one document the.

  The United States military yesterday warned that the Nigerian economy remains under great threat following the surge in criminal activities in the Niger Delta and the threats by militants to. The World Bank is helping to fight poverty and improve living standards for the people of Nigeria with more than IBRD loans and IDA credits since A key regional player in West Africa, Nigeria accounts for about half of West Africa’s population with approximately million people and one of the largest populations of youth in the.

Major issues and conflicts in Nigerian politics, the dynamics of regime change, and the challenges that have arisen from ethnic, religious, and regional divisions are identified. The political, ideological, and social context within which state power has been exercised and the federal system of government has evolved is examined. Military Expenditure in Nigeria increased to USD Million in from USD Million in Military Expenditure in Nigeria averaged USD Million from until , reaching an all time high of USD Million in and a record low of USD Million in


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