Nigeria: The Stolen Billions

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Fourth Dimension Publishing, 2002 - Political Science - 199 pages
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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.

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