Popular Struggles For Democracy: Civil Society And Democratisation In Nigeria

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The essay is written in my own words except for direct quotations that are acknowledged in the References. Signed___________________________________Date_______________ __ GENESIS OF THE RESEARCH The oscillation between military authoritarianism and democratic rule has been one of the dominant features of many post-colonial states (Dare, 1989)...
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In the context of Nigeria, years of military dictatorship have led to the struggle for its disengagement from the political domain leading to variety of transition-to-civil-rule programmes (Ihonvbere, 1996). The study of democratic transition in Nigeria became of particular interest since 1983 when numerous attempts at military disengagement could not yield the desired result (Mustapha, 1999:227)...
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