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Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria
Sunday Abogonye Ochoche
1983 in Bradford .
Written in English
See Udeme Ekpo, The Niger Delta and Oil Politics (Lagos: International Energy Commu nications, ), – 7 Central Bank of Nigeria, Annual Report and Statement of Accounts, – 8 G.F. Mbanefoh, “Federalism and Common Property,” Guardian, 20 February , Nigeria i / n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə /, officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a federal constitutional republic comprising 36 states and its Federal Capital Territory, country is located in West Africa and shares land borders with the Republic of Benin in the west, Chad and Cameroon in the east, and Niger in the north. Its coast in the south lies on the Gulf of Guinea on the. The bulk of Nigeria’s political elite were in the prime of their lives during the post-independence period stretching from the mids to the early s, characterized by an oil revenue boom. General Yakubu Gowon famously remarked during this period that Nigeria’s problem was not money, but how to spend it.
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Nigeria, the 12th largest producer of oil and gas in the world has its political economy around oil even though this later came to be after years of dependence on : Tope Akinyetun. Oil Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria book furthermore became a source of interregional Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria book cultural conflicts.
Oil played a major role in the Nigerian Civil Biafran War (War ( and has fueled ongoing violent political Author: Chibuike Uche. Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in West Africa, bordering Niger in Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria book north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja, is l: Abuja, 9°4′N 7°29′E / °N °E.
7 This is perhaps because, long before oil became a factor in Nigerian politics, Britain insisted on ‘One Nigeria’ because it expected that ‘A united Nigeria would be a major player in African politics and thereby a vehicle for maintaining British interests more broadly in an independent Africa.
British policy, as it was accepted that self-government was approaching, was Cited by: Post Independence. On October 1,Nigeria gained its independence from the United Kingdom.
As oil revenues fuelled the rise of federal subventions to states and precariously to individuals, the Federal Government soon became the centre of political struggle and the centre became the threshold of power in the country.
Kin-selective. Despite Falolas stiff writing style here, the book is much welcome as there are few histories available about Nigeria. It covers the history spanning from the ancient till the transition of power from a military regime to a civilian administration, yet it is no where near comprehensive (there are no comprehensive history books about Nigeria that I know of)/5.
The result was an immediate centrifuge away from the center, complicated by the vast infusion of oil revenues and the inevitable explosion of corruption that followed. All of this created the alchemy of civil war and genocide, which erupted Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria book violence in as the eastern region of.
The history of Nigeria can be traced to prehistoric settlers (Nigerians) living in the area as early as BC.
Numerous ancient African civilizations settled in the region that is today Nigeria, such as the Kingdom of Nri, the Benin Empire, and the Oyo Empire. Islam reached Nigeria through the Borno Empire between ( AD) and Hausa States around ( AD) during the 11th century, while.
• Oil-linked economic and political recession during the s, marked by stagnant oil production and revenues, fiscal crisis and the growth of external indebtedness, a coup overthrowing President Shagari's government in and the emergence of new generations of political soldiers with the power to 'chop' Nigeria's resources under the Brand: Pluto Press.
Biafra: The Nigerian Civil War ([email protected] Book 16) - Kindle edition by Baxter, Peter. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Biafra: The Nigerian Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria book War ([email protected] Book /5(8).
When Boko Haram killed nearly 70 civilians over the Christmas holidays, many observers in the Western media were quick to chalk it up to wanton Islamic extremism. The attacks, it was concluded, reflected global jihadist activity. Emphasis was placed on the group’s links to al Qaeda.
This narrative is shortsighted. For one, it ignores Christian retaliation just days later, including the. Cambridge University Press, which published my book, Democracy and Prebendal Politics in Oil revenues and politics in post-independence Nigeria book The Rise and Fall of the Second Republic, inis reissuing that volume later this year.
of revenue to the three tiers of government in Nigeria has been a subject of hot debate because of the political nature of the exercise. Thus, this article takes a critical look at the politics of revenue allocation in Nigeria and argues that it has remained a continuous exercise since Nigerian post independence governance and Size: 73KB.
Oil Revenues, Security and Stability in West Africa Kanyako, V. () This book offers a new look at the oil industry in West Africa, proposing to examine the entire region that has been viewed through the lens of Nigeria, Ghana and Gabon.
Introduction. In AprilAngola quietly surpassed Nigeria to become Africa's top oil producer. The country's gross domestic product is projected to grow nearly 16 percent this year, placing.
This note starts by summarizing the evolving challenges of the post-independence PFM system, the fragility of /07, and the changed fiscal outlook following the surge in petroleum revenue.
It then looks at the government's PFM policies that helped it to address. The NNPC had announced the discovery of oil reserves in the Lake Chad Basin, in the North-east. Already Africa’s largest oil producer, Nigeria’s newest reported find is far from the Niger Delta, the centre of the current oil industry on which the country’s economy is overwhelmingly dependent.
Ever since becoming an oil dependent economy in the s, the politics of who should controls the oil wealth (such as local oil-bearing communities, municipal authority, State government or federal government) and who gets what share of it has taken centre stage in Nigeria, further aggravating the incidence of national : Kenneth Omeje.
Post Independence History of Nigeria Nigeria was granted full independence in Octoberas a federation of three regions (northern, western, and eastern) under a constitution that provided for a parliamentary form of government.
Under the constitution, each of the three regions retained a substantial measure of self-government. Corruption in the Underdevelopment of the Niger Delta in Nigeria by Daniel Egiegba Agbiboa [email protected] Center of Development Studies University of Cambridge & Benjamin Maiangwa [email protected] Institute for Sustainability and Peace United Nations UniversityAbstract:This paper rethinks corruption as the ‘curse’ of development and political stability in the NigerDelta region of Nigeria.
The major elements of Nigeria’s unitary federalism are a constitutional division of powers that entrenches the hegemony of the national government, a ﬁscal system that is almost entirely based on the intergovernmental distribution of centrally collected oil revenues, a political process that is dominated by one major political party, and an Author: John Loughlin, John Kincaid, Wilfried Swenden.
The result was an immediate centrifuge away from the centre, complicated by the vast infusion of oil revenues and the inevitable explosion of corruption that followed. All of this created the alchemy of civil war and genocide, which erupted into violence in as the eastern region of Nigeria attempted to : $ The bulk of Nigeria’s oil revenues actually come to the federal government.
There, by constitutional mandate, this has to be divided between the federal government, and then among the states of. 4 corruption.3 Instead of protecting and providing needed services to the population, the government of Equatorial Guinea has put the machinery of the state at the disposal of the ruling group, to implement, protect, and ratify the diversion of the peoples’ wealth.4 The government also controls the economy, ensuring that only the favored few have access toFile Size: KB.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get the nigeria biafra war book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. leading oil producer, and its GDP purchasing power parity (PPP) of $ trillion is the largest on the continent. 3 Despite earning hundreds of billions of dollars in oil revenues since the s, however, Nigeria is ranked low on human development by the United Nations Devel-opment Program, with per cent of its population living below.
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The information has been carefully selected and compiled from UNHCR's global network of field. Nigeria’s current ethnic minority problems have been shaped by developments in the country’s recent and distant past. Indeed, by most accounts, the fortunes of Nigeria’s ethnic minorities have varied in tandem with changes in the internal territorial configuration of the federation, in the composition and orientation of successive federal government administrations, and in the rules for Author: Rotimi T.
Suberu. It is pertinent that chapter 5 on “Clientelism and prebendal politics” in my book is preceded by the chapter on “Politics in a multi-ethnic society.” Also pertinent is the analysis and extensive information in Larry Diamond, Class, Ethnicity and Democracy in Nigeria: The Failure of the First Republic (Syracuse University Press, ).
Opening the book is a foreword by Dr. Olufemi Babarinde, a leading authority on the African region and a post-graduate professor from the Thunderbird School of Global Management (ranked No.
1 in the world for International Business). The country’s Prime Minister Patrice Emery Trovoada spoke at a forum here in Nigeria last year where he proudly declared that revenues from oil could only be “a bonus” to the budget as the.
Some view it as one of the greatest "successes" of the post-independence period; others see it as an example of all that is wrong with African development. Oil revenues and policy choice in Nigeria by Henry Bienen An exceptionally large share of Nigeria's oil windfall was spent on expanding educational facilities and road networks while.
Equatorial Guinea consists of two parts, an insular and a mainland region. The insular region consists of the islands of Bioko (formerly Fernando Pó) in the Gulf of Guinea and Annobón, a small volcanic island which is the only part of the country south of the Island is the northernmost part of Equatorial Guinea and is the site of the country's capital, g code: + In Nigeria revenue allocation largely implies the allocation of oil revenue, therefore, oil is central to the politics of inter-governmental fiscal relations thus, the contending forces over power and access to oil, extraction and accumulation of resources constitute the major conceptual issues that must be objectively confronted in seeking to.
Nigeria: Challenges Confronting Buhari in Nigeria  to Goodluck Jonathan(), who have dominated Nigeria's post-independence history. to remit $ billion in oil revenues to the. “Fiscal federalism: Nigeria’s post-independence experience, ”, World Development, vol. 22, no. 8, ; Ehwarieme, William, “The military, oil and development: the political economy of fiscal federalism in Nigeria”, in Fiscal Federalism and Nigeria’s Economic Development, collected volume of papers presented at theFile Size: KB.
Over the years, crude oil exploration in Nigeria has caused many problems for the people with many saying oil is becoming a curse to Nigeria people.
Since when the nation discovered the ‘black gold’ in Oloibiri in Bayelsa State, it would be incorrect for anyone to deny its adverse impact on environment, politics and security in Nigeria. Reading the remaining two-thirds of the book helps shed light on Nigeria's chaotic state of affairs.
Nigeria is infamous for its corruption and coups d’états. After gaining independence, Nigeria proclaimed itself a republic in with a Nigerian representing the /5(19). In pre-independence era, party politics in Nigeria was based on ethnic factor thus one can say that it was during this period in question that the seed of ethnic politics was sown, germinated in the first republic and the products started spreading during the 3rd and 4th republics.
For example, the Action Group as a party developed from a. Alternatives: Turkish Journal of International Relations The Internationalization of Oil Violence in the Niger Delta of Nigeria* Victor Ojakorotu This paper unpacks the crisis in the Niger Delta of Nigeria with reference to its external dimensions by which is meant the involvement of international non-governmental organisations in the politics of local environmental by:.
Historical Research Letter ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol, The Coups and the Beginning of Military Rule. Her account of the relationship between U.S. oil firms and the Nigerian oil economy reveals the actual historical production of their “non-public” proceedings in the conjuncture of the s.Nigeria Alexandra Scacco A worker cleans up a spill from an ebook Shell oil well in the Niger Delta.
Nigeria’s oil wealth has contributed little to the oil‐producing region’s development, and the Niger Delta has borne a disproportionate share of the costs associated with oil extraction.
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