Almost half a century has passed since the Nigerian Civil War ended. But memories die hard. This book is a reflection of the Biafra Civil War that revealed the many secret evils by some sorts of presumed superpowers which led to the shackles of darkness in that part of the world till date.
It is a fictional Story based on true life story. Biafra’s war was modern Africa’s first extended conflict. It will satisfy anyone that reads this novel to bear in mind that, even through the valley of darkness, “the rising sun” will always come from the East.₦3,500.00
Until 1954, Nigeria operated as a colonial unitary state. In 1954, Nigeria adopted federalism as a mechanism for managing conflicts among its heterogeneous populations. Why did Nigeria’s political leaders adopt federalism?
On October 1, 1960, Nigeria became independent. How did Nigerian federalism operate? Why did the military intervention in politics, and why did all military regimes, (except one) adopt an amended or ‘warped’ form of federalism?₦5,000.00₦5,000.00
What Britain Did to Nigeria is a definitive, head-on confrontation with Nigeria’s experience under British rule, showing how it forever changed the country—perhaps cataclysmically.₦8,500.00
“In Formation, Fola Fagbule and Feyi Faweyhinmi take the readers – in exhilarating jaunts into Nigeria’s pre-colonial and early colonial pasts – through milestone events leading up to the 1914 Amalgamation, and breathing new life into familiar historical circumstances with uncommon perspectives of the indigenous populations.”₦8,500.00