By S. Adejumobi
The character of the nation and the ideological thrust of nation rules proceed to form the nature of the financial system and social kin in Nigeria. This book analyzes how neo-liberal country fiscal rules and political reforms have impacted on state-society relatives, financial and sophistication configurations, social composition of energy, social welfare and harmony in post-military Nigeria. The Nigerian state more than ever remains a contested political venture, with trepidation over its direction and destiny. This assortment issues to key coverage strategies that could be an important in redirecting the way forward for the country.
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