The Obasanjo administration, 1999-2007

chronicle of events and issues
  • 363 Pages
  • 4.92 MB
  • English

Risafu , Kaduna, Nigeria
Obasanjo, Olusegun, Presidents -- Nigeria -- Biography, Nigeria -- Politics and government --
Statementedited by Moses EU Tedheke, Idris Tanu Ejenavwo.
ContributionsTedheke, Moses EU., Ejenavwo, Idris Tanu.
LC ClassificationsDT515.844 .O27 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 363 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23553701M
ISBN 109780665939
LC Control Number2008531595

Obasanjo became an outspoken critic of the human rights abuses taking place under Abacha's administration. In response, in Obasanjo was arrested, imprisoned, and tortured; while in prison he became a born again Christian. He was released following Abacha's death in Children: Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello, amongst others.

Apr 05,  · In the book, Adebanjo did not only fault Obasanjo’s eight-year democratic rule, he raised the question of Chief Bola Ige’s decision to join the Obasanjo’s administration which he ranked as.

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May 29,  · Because of the above reason, the administration of Olusegun Obasanjo () embarked on certain economic reforms during his tenure in office ().

In the elections, the first in sixteen years, he decided to run for the presidency as the. Nation-building Initiatives of the Olusegun Obasanjo Administration in the Fourth Republic, 6 seen, not as an impartial corruption fighting unit, but as a tool the Obasanjo administration used to muzzle and silence every form of political opposition and dissent to the administration (Campbell, ).Author: Adewunmi James Falode.

Download the complete History and International Relations project topic and material (chapter ) titled OBASANJO'S ADMINISTRATION AND NIGERIA'S INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY, - here on See below for the abstract, table of contents, list of figures, list of tables, list of appendices, list of abbreviations and chapter one.

This paper examines Nigeria 'sforeign policy under Olusegun Obsanjo 's administration (). It focuses on the strength ofNigeria 'sforeign policy and what the country was able to gain in the period under review.

Primary and secondary datu, scoopedfrom interviews, books, journals, newspapers, magazines, and internet materials were Bankole Robert Olorunyomi. Obasanjo’s tenure as President, he declared was a calamity.

He added Obasanjo had not refuted all the negative things said about him. “If it were to be in a decent society, people like him will not feature in public light again.’’ There’s more, when you 1999-2007 book the book,” Adebamwi, the book reviewer said.

The policy of is another enduring foreign policy thrust of Nigeria foreign policy. Thus,under Obasanjo’s Civilian Administration(), Nigeria revisited the policy of economic diplomacy aimed at receiving debt relief and attracting foreign directinvestment (FDI) through the instrumentalities of the Breton Woods institutions (BWIs).

Olusegun Obasanjo, Nigerian general, statesman, and diplomat, who was the first military ruler in Africa to hand over power to a civilian government. He served as Nigeria’s 1999-2007 book ruler (–79) and, as a civilian, as president (–).

Obasanjo attended Baptist Boys’ High School in. May 18,  · The table compares Nigeria’s pre conditions against the period of Obasanjo’s presidency on a nominal scoring scale from very poor (1 point), poor (2 points), good (3 points), very good (4 points) and excellent (5 points).

A rich critique with a foreword by Nelson Mandela, the book(s) tells of Olusegun Obasanjo (the man) and his administration as the president of Nigeria ( – ). The text is an indepth and neutral analysis of the 8 years of Obasanjo’s administration.

Feb 01,  · Many books written about Olusegum Obasanjo’s presidency () credit his administration with introducing reforms to arrest the declining state of Nigeria’s economy after several years of military John Olushola Magbadelo.

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before the Obasanjo administration (). The author, in the book, described Obasanjo's eight years in government between and as a civilian President as a tragedy and calamity, declaring that his scorecard was nothing to write.

Olusegun Obasanjo bibliography includes all books by Olusegun Obasanjo. Book list may include collections, editorial contributions, etc - any type of book or journal citing Olusegun Obasanjo as a writer should appear on this list, in alphabetical order.

This Olusegun Obasanjo reading list could include fiction, nonfiction, novels, literature, etc. The Obasanjo administration()embarked on several reforms in the social institutions of health sector was one that the reforms were enacted health policy was reviewed and modified by stake holders in the health study is an evaluation of the reproductive health reforms policy on maternal mortality of women in Jos North from The research method Author: Armstrong Mangvwat.

But the book entitled Olusegun Obasanjo: The Presidential Legacy () on the Obasanjo years that promises to raise more dust about men and women of yesteryears has identified two key arrowheads of the Obasanjo reform agenda whose actions and inactions actually paralysed the reform agenda that would have changed Nigeria’s fortune.

This book chronicles the major steps taken by the Nigerian leadership under the Obasanjo Administration (–) to deal with corruption in the country. Essentially, according to the author, the book sought to answer the five questions: i) How effective have market.

Also, the analysis of the book on politics and administration under Obasanjo indicates that though progress was witnessed, it was not on the scale expected considering the nation’s resources. Another important aspect of the book is where it examines Obasanjo’s foreign policy between and administration had presented detailed accounts of the issues broached by the author in her book.

Thus, the book did not reveal any fresh facts. It is strange that Okonjo-Iweala s book does not make reference to any of the volumes previously written about the Obasanjo. Nigeria's Democratic Experience in the Fourth Republic since Policies and Politics [A. Sat Obiyan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This book addresses various issues that have arisen in the practice of democracy in Nigeria since Author: A.

Sat Obiyan. Adebanwi said further that the book is sharpest criticism for a fellow Yoruba leader. The author in the book described Obasanjo’s eight years in government between and as a civilian President as a tragedy and calamity, declaring that his scorecard was nothing to write home about.

This book chronicles the major steps taken by the Nigerian leadership under the Obasanjo Administration () to deal with corruption in the country. Essentially, according to the author, the book sought to answer the five questions: i) How effective have market and institutional reforms been in checking corruption in Nigeria since.

killer squad - the obj administration was more of a killer squad and he proved that with bola ige and some other gr8 politicians who killed without trace including the two communities in baylesa and benue respectively. but just incase you are not old enough to remember what Nigeria was like before Obasanjo took over office inlet.

Apr 04,  · Recall that Obasanjo was Nigeria’s President between and under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). To the eleder statesman, Obasanjo’s eight years in power was nothing to write home about. Adebanjo wrote in his book: “The man who carried on as if he was all-in-all failed woefully on all counts as Lekan Paul.

failures of the Obasanjo administration, one would come away with the erroneous impression that Obasanjo governed the country fromwhen he was actually in power in Only passing are references made to the regimes of Babangida, Abacha, Abubakar, and none at all to Shonekan.

Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration (). It provides a detailed background on the impact of Obasanjo’s shuttle diplomacy in re-building Nigeria’s image in international politics. The study analyses the domestic policies of the Obasanjo’s administration and how it shaped the country’s policy of.

Olusegun Obasanjo was Nigeria's military head of state () and President (). His career is made the focus for a history of Nigeria's first fifty years of independence () and of African continental affairs during the same period (Obasanjo having been an active opponent of apartheid and an architect of the African Union).

Apr 04,  · The author in the book described Obasanjo’s eight years in government between and as a civilian President as a tragedy and calamity, declaring that.

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Afenifere Chieftain, Chief Ayo Adebnjo has released a book in which he described former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration as a calamity. Adebanjo berated Obasanjo in his autobiography titled ‘Telling It As It Is,’ which was publicly presented in Lagos.

In the book, read by Professor Wale Adebamwi, the author took a swipe at on Obasanjo. [ ]. Mar 05,  · The book titled ‘Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Legacy /’ chronicled the stewardship of the former Head of State as President and Commander-In .Burden of Elections under Obasanjo’s Administration, – This part discusses the role of politicians in the conduct of elections in Nigeria, particularly under Obasanjo’s administration.

This study finds the significance of the burden of elections under Obasanjo’s administration as a historical process.OLUSEGUN OBASANJO'S ADMINISTRATION () Bankole RobertOiorunyomi, Sheriff Folarin, Fadeke Esther Owolabi & Ajibade Ebenezer Jegede Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria Abstract This paper examines Nigeria's foreign policy making and implementation under Olusegun Obasanjo'scivilian administration.

Therefore, this work.