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By Kwame Nkrumah

Contemporary African heritage has uncovered the shut hyperlinks among the pursuits of imperialism and neo-colonialism and the African bourgeoisie. This ebook unearths the character and quantity of the category fight in Africa, and units it within the vast context of the African Revolution and the area socialist revolution. 86pp; 1 map

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Tell, which is largely owned by professional journalists of minority and Yoruba extraction, is generally regarded as defending Yoruba/southern/Christian interests in Nigeria. Tell captures the background to this crisis in its reporting of how the immediate past military regime that handed over power to the civilians grappled with the issue in drawing up the 1999 constitution—in which the status quo was maintained: The pro-Sharia group wanted a provisional amendment that would fundamentally alter the status quo.

The insurance companies were given up to 27 February 2007 to comply with the new regulation. It is in the area of privatization that market reform measures have been most profound even beyond the Obasanjo regime. Between May 1999 and May 2009, the BPE reported that 127 companies were privatized in which government shares in those companies were in most cases relinquished completely. The government itself was neck-deep in the privatization deal as it assisted in creating a mega private company called the Transnational Corporation of Nigeria (TRANSCORP), which acquired government sold shares in many state divested companies including Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) and the Nicon-Noga Hilton Hotel, Abuja.

Lewis. 2007. “The Durability of Political Goods: Evidence from Nigeria’s New Democracy,” Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, Vol. 45, No. 1: 1–33. , P. Lewis, R. Mortimer, D. Rothchild, and S. Stedman. 1999. Politics and Society in Contemporary Africa. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. Dye, T. 1983. Power and Society. Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole. Easton, D. 1965. A Framework of Political Analysis. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. The Economic Intelligence Unit. 2009. Nigeria: Country Profile, 2009.

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