Nigeria: The Stolen Billions
Fourth Dimension Publishing, 2002 - Political Science - 199 pages
Corruption and the systematic looting of the state is the focus of this in-depth analysis of Nigeria from 1960 onwards, by one of Nigeria's leading writers on political matters. The author reveals the methodical way in which the state has been plundered over forty years, giving particular attention to General Abacha's regime and personality. The financial scandals of the government of his successor, General Abubakar, are also examined.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Rot Within
The Rot Deepens
The Serpent Slithers
5 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Abacha junta Abdulsalami Abubakar Abiola Abuja accounts African agenda Ajaokuta Alhaji Abubakar Aliyu Armed Forces army Asiodu Aso Rock awarded Bank of Nigeria Bauchi BCCI became Borno brutal Buhari cabal Central Bank Chagouri Chief citizens civilian Colonel Commission contract corruption coup crisis Dalhatu Dasuki debt decay Defence democracy dictatorship domination elections Ernest Shonekan ethnic Federal Finance fraud Gaon Governor Gowon gross abuse Gwarzo Head House Hydroma Ibrahim Babangida Ibrahim Dasuki Interim National Government internal Ismaila Julius Berger June 12 junta Kaduna Kano Katsina Ken Saro-Wiwa Lagos leaders looting Managing Director Mecosta Merchant Bank million Minister Ministry Murtala Mohammed naira Newswatch Nigeria NNPC North Ogoni Olusegun Obasanjo parties percent Petroleum pillage plot plunder Police Commissioner political politicians president presidential probe regime rule Sani Abacha scandal Security Shehu Shagari Shonekan South Staff staggering thievery transition programme treasury Unknown Zone