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Biafra: Conflicts, Principles, and Death of The General: A Research Perspective

Biafra: Conflicts, Principles, and Death of The General: A Research Perspective

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This book gives a general overview of the issues. disagreements, and conflicts that led to the Nigeria-Biafra civil war. Although the Igbo race became the victim of the 1966 crisis that started with leadership struggles among Yoruba leaders, Igbos have been, both to themselves and other Nigerians, made to look like the villains. This book, strives to show the real villains, based on concrete historical facts and not on propaganda and distortions of facts. Information from previously classified documents has shed more light on such questions as: What led to the war? Was there a calculated genocide planned against the Igbos? Why did the Northern Nigerian leaders not stop the pogrom on the easterners and mid-western Igbos? What roles did Yakubu Gowon, Murtala Muhammed, Theophilus Danjuma, Muhammadu Buhari, Shehu Yar' Adua, Ibrahim Babangida, Sanegeria (Sani) Abacha, and others play in the crisis and the subsequent mass killing of Igbos? To some historians, the war started with the genocide against the Igbos in northern Nigeria. To others, it started with the failure of the Aburi accord. All these opinions and perspectives are presented in this book.

Author: Chima Imoh
Publisher: Heritage Publishing Co
Published: 04/26/2012
Pages: 186
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.49lbs
Size: 8.50h x 5.51w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9780985479206

About the Author
Dr Chima Imoh has a degree in Geodetic Engineering and a master's degree in international management. He has a doctorate degree in Public policy and Administration, specializing in public management and leadership. Dr Imoh is a member of the National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration, United States of America. He has lectured and worked in public institutions in the United States and in Africa. His practice expertise is on public policies for national development; a specialized field in which he consults for organizations and public think tanks that work on national development policies; especially for developing countries. Dr Chima Imoh is the author of other four books: (i) Cultural Competence for Global Management, (ii) Policy Making and Development Strategies for Local Governments in Nigeria, (iii)Elections, Leadership, and National development in Nigeria, and (iv) Nigeria: Politics and Policies for National Development. He is also a co-author of the book, Competency for Public Administration, edited by Professors Susan T. Gooden and Kris Major.

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