The Biafra War: Nigeria and the Aftermath
|Author: ||Ekwe-Ekwe, Herbert|
This study examines the complexity of the nature and outcome of the Biafra War. This is a wide-ranging rigorous discourse which demonstrates the alienation imperative of the Western-created post-Colonial state. The author argues that this state is historically flawed and does not serve the interests of the African peoples. He contends instead that a post-post-Colonial state evolving from internal African conditions and priorities offers Africa the way forward to avoid horrendous conflicts such as Biafra.
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