The need for security and peaceful co-existence are majorly the rationale behind social contract. States established government as an institution to manage the activities of citizens to achieve common good for all. Therefore, when the government fails on her constitutional duties to protect the lives and properties of her citizens and promote even development, equity and equality among members, chaos and anarchy ensue. Nigeria have experienced numerous political unrest ranging from the colonial era to post-colonial administration as influenced by unresolved National question, which includes: Kano riot of 1953, Census crisis of 1962, Federal election crisis of 1964, coup and counter Coups of 1966, Nigerian Civil War of 1967-1970, June 12th 1993, Presidential election nullification, and the recent incessant threat of secessionist agitations from the Eastern Nigeria, Boko-Haram terrorism and herdsmen crisis in the Northern Nigeria. The aim of this book was to examine the influence of unresolved National question on secessionist agitation in Nigerian’s Fourth Republic using MASSOB and IBOB as a case study. The study adopted phenomenology design as the methodology of the study...
Uzu, is a graduate of Babcock University Ilishan Remo Ogun State Nigeria, B.Sc. International Law & Diplomacy, M.Sc Political Science (Peace and Conflict Studies). Uzu, is a member of Toyin Falola Annul Conference on Africa and the African Diaspora. An author of two great books "Destiny Clinic" and "The Mirror" with couples of academic articles.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
IPOB, MASSOB, Nigeria, national question, Biafra and Secessionist agitation.
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General