The Crawling Giant

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AuthorHouse, Aug 9, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 730 pages
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The Nigerian condition has been the subject of conversation among writers, policymakers, and market men and women. There is no where the subject is not broached or discussed and often solutions are proffered, from the rational to the mundane. This is to be applauded because a culture of debate is to be preferred to silence as it is a national asset. Indeed, it is the duty of the ruling elite within the state sphere to distil the feedback from the citizenry and turn it into an outcome that is healthy for the polity.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
166
Chapter Three
292
Chapter Four
436
Chapter Five
513
Chapter Six
616
About the Author
689
Politics
691
Governance
693
EconomyCorruption
694
Oil and Gas
696
Education
697
Infrastructure
698
INDEX
699
Copyright

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Dr. Luke Onyekakeyah had his primary and secondary education respectively at St. John Bosco’s Primary School, Owu-Amakohia, Ikeduru and St. Peter Claver’s Seminary, Okpala, Imo State. He graduated from the University of Lagos with B.A. (Hons) degree Geography in the Second Class (Upper Division). He also attended the University of Jos where he obtained M. Sc. degree in Environmental & Resource Planning. He was senior lecturer at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu and Imo State University, Owerri. While at the Enugu State University, he enrolled for his Ph.D. degree in Water Resources Management at the Awka Campus of the University, now Nnamdi Azikiwe University. He later completed the program at the Pacific Southern University, Los Angeles (USA). A fellow of several professional bodies, Dr. Onyekakeyah has traveled to about 30 countries and has global perspective on issues. He is currently a member of the Editorial Board of The Guardian newspaper in Lagos. A columnist and analyst, Dr. Onyekakeyah maintains a weekly column in The Guardian on burning national and international issues. He combines strong academic background with cutting-edge journalism in his incisive commentaries. He is happily married with five children.

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