The Military and the Nigerian State, 1966-1993: A Study of the Strategies of Political Power Control by Adegboyega Isaac Ajay

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The Military and the Nigerian State establishes the circumstances of military incursion into Nigerian politics and examines the civil war and how it enhanced the military s control of political power. It highlights and analyses the strategies which the military rulers consciously employed to monopolize political power in Nigeria between 1966 and 1993. It concludes that: the deliberate corrective regime posturing; the politics of patronage and subordination; the employment of coercive and repressive methods; militarization and guided transition programmes were used (with varying degrees of success) by different military regimes to prolong their hold on political power.
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