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Repressive state and resurgent media under Nigeria"s military dictatorship, 1988-98

Ayo Olukotun

Repressive state and resurgent media under Nigeria"s military dictatorship, 1988-98

by Ayo Olukotun

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Published by Nordiska Afrikainstitutet in Uppsala .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mass media -- Political aspects -- Nigeria,
  • Press and politics -- Nigeria,
  • Political persecution -- Nigeria,
  • Censorship -- Nigeria,
  • Nigeria -- Politics and government -- 1984-1993,
  • Nigeria -- Politics and government -- 1993-

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementAyo Olukotun.
    SeriesResearch report -- no. 126, Research report (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) -- no. 126.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination136 p. ;
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18485422M
    ISBN 109171065245

    The 2 Million Man March was the culmination of efforts by the group Youth Earnestly Ask for Abacha under the direction of Daniel march took place in Abuja, Nigeria, during 3–4 March The support of the former military leader culminated in with what is now remembered as the two-million-man march, coordinated by YEAA and NACYAN.   Repressive state and resurgent media under Nigeria’s military dictatorship Ibadan: College Press and Publishers Ltd. .

    Ayo Olukotun (PhD), Professor of Politics & International Relations; author of Repressive State and Resurgent Media under Nigerias Military Dictatorship, Lead University, Ibadan, western Nigeria I am proud of the authors and commend them for the painstaking efforts that went into this seminal work. Publishers: Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) Publications: Begging and Almsgiving in Ghana Tales of the Nation African Families in a Global Context Globalization and the Southern African Economies Contentious Politics, Local Governance and the Self The Roots of the Military-Political Crises in Côte d’Ivoire Ethnic Militias and the Threat to Democracy in Post-Transition Nigeria Repressive State.

    Military rule in Nigeria first started on Janu , when a group or army officers overthrew the NPC-NNDP government and killed many of the country’s political rulers. The military history of Nigeria since the colonial rule began precisely on the 1 st October The country was at its infantile stage and was still trying to adapt to. Kunle Ajibade (born 28 May ) is a Nigerian journalist, editor and author. In , along with General Olusegun Obasanjo, and three other journalists, was jailed for life on charges of treason. [1] [2] In /, he was a Feuchtwanger fellow at the Villa Aurora in Los mater: Obafemi Awolowo University.


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