By N. Oluwafemi Mimiko
Democradura: Essays On Nigeria’s constrained Democracy is a set of articles penned by means of Professor Femi Mimiko, mni, over a 30-year interval. The extensive topic is Nigeria's tortuous makes an attempt at development democracy and laying the root for nation-building and inclusive improvement, undertaken during the last fifty seven years of the country's relative political independence. Taken jointly, the 164 essays within the booklet traverse different issue-areas, from schooling, via contestation for persistent by means of a notoriously fractious ruling elite, to Nigeria's tentative engagement with the worldwide procedure. whereas the narrative is essentially performed in the theoretical rubric of political financial system, this is often performed in an easy-to-comprehend demeanour, which makes Democradura a compelling addition to the wealthy corpus of literature at the Nigeria project.
This booklet is a part of the African global sequence, edited by means of Toyin Falola, Jacob and Frances Sanger Mossiker Chair within the Humanities, college of Texas at Austin.
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