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Origin, Crisis and the Future of Nigerian Federalism

By Aboki Associates

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Book writing is rather a difficult task, this explains why there
are very few books on very important issues in Nigeria. It is
therefore commendable when the upcoming generation of
scholars like Jibrin M. Waziri and Ibrahim M. Bako take it upon
themselves to break the Jinx by writig a book on the subject
matter of federalism in Nigeria. They depended solely on
secondary sources in their analysis thereby making the book a
scholarly contribution.
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Abstract

Book writing is rather a difficult task, this explains why there
are very few books on very important issues in Nigeria. It is
therefore commendable when the upcoming generation of
scholars like Jibrin M. Waziri and Ibrahim M. Bako take it upon
themselves to break the Jinx by writig a book on the subject
matter of federalism in Nigeria. They depended solely on
secondary sources in their analysis thereby making the book a
scholarly contribution.
The book which is about the origin, theory and practice of
Federalism in Nigeria examines the travails and prospects of
application of the Federal system of government in the most
populous country in the African Continent.
The authors argued that the option of federalism is
undoubtedly the best option in Nigeria by which too many of
the ethnic expressions and identities can be successfully
managed. However, they have demonstrated that despite its
viability, the application of the federal system of government
in Nigeria has met several challenges, ranging from
constitutional crises, and the war, too many military
interventions/engagements in the nations’ body politic, ethnic
nationalism etc.

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