Oil and Socio-economic Crisis in Nigeria a Regional Perspective to the Nigerian Disease and the Rural Sector
|Author: ||Nnadozie, Emmanuel|
This volume explains Nigeria's rural devastation, agricultural production instability, and perverse food supply responses in terms of the country's destabilizing oil drama. It is based on a study which explores how the sequence of events that started in the early 1970s and stretch up to the present day transformed the rural agrarian society, especially in the area of Egbema. It discusses the rural ramifications of the oil industry, the spectacular Nigerian boom, and the Nigerian Disease in the rural oil-producing society.