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This e-book analyses the political and ethnical tensions that represent Nigeria, which derive either from colonial and modern conflicts. It issues out 3 significant components why Nigeria has now not but collapsed like many different African states: ethnic energy sharing among the political elite, the army with its nationwide outlook, and oil wealth.

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