2 edition of Machiavellism in Nigerian politics found in the catalog.
Machiavellism in Nigerian politics
Anthony Ifeanyi Ejeziem
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Anthony Ifeanyi Ejeziem.|
|LC Classifications||JQ3090 .E345 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||2008531501|
Illiteracy remains an entrenched problem in parts of the country. While the truth was that he had been involved in an endless string of unsuccessful ventures until he landed himself in the political machine of boss Tom Pendergast where he prospered. She has written a powerfully magnetic and heartbreaking book. So he set about writing a tragic tale: of how a vulnerable society, and a flawed man, could not cope with the military superiority and crushing arrogance of the white invaders. Novels released this year include Mr. Legal system[ edit ] The law of Nigeria is based on the rule of law, the independence of the judiciaryand British common law due to the long history of British colonial influence.
The Machiavellism in Nigerian politics book Soyinka is witness to a society torn between traditional and modernising forces, and some of the first protests against colonial rule in the 40s. I hope my book, Another Man's War, will shatter some of the prejudices around Nigeria, and make readers think about Britain's imperial legacy in a new way. Legal system[ edit ] The law of Nigeria is based on the rule of law, the independence of the judiciaryand British common law due to the long history of British colonial influence. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe As a young man Achebe read the canon of western literature, but could not find his own people's story there. The Sokoto Plains lie in the northwestern corner of the country, while the Borno Plains in the northeastern corner extend as far as the Lake Chad basin.
Sozaboy by Ken Saro-Wiwa Another haunting work of fiction to come out of the civil war. The Jos Plateau rises almost in the centre of the country; it consists of extensive lava surfaces dotted with numerous extinct volcanoes. She began by acquiring publication rights to novels that were already available abroad, including two works by the Nigerian-born writer Abidemi Sanusi, and distributing them in Nigeria. Unfortunately, the ruling parties see themselves as local champions of their predominant tribes and not the parties for all. The underlying question is whether leadership can be defined by one particular style? Of course this diversity is one of Nigeria's intrinsic problems but it is also what makes it such a stimulating place.
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Adenle, who grew up in Nigeria and now lives in London, said that more Nigerian novelists are experimenting with commercial tropes, writing for pure entertainment, and many no longer feel compelled to write novels that respond to the legacy of colonialism or Machiavellism in Nigerian politics book notions about African literature.
I came to know Isaac many decades later. In short it is one of the most unpleasant places on earth! River basin development projects have created many large man-made lakes, including Lake Kainji on the Niger and Lake Bakolori on the Rima River.
Chinua Achebe Chinua Achebe is one of the most internationally-acclaimed writers from Africa, and his death in saw an outpouring of tributes from across the globe. In my opinion, I believe a leader can only be successful in the long term if his style matches the goals and objectives that are culturally acceptable by his followers.
Wole Soyinka has also played an important role in Nigerian politics, which has at times exposed him to great personal risk. Machiavelli believes that rulers should prefer to be feared rather than loved.
Sozaboy is written in "rotten English" — a mixture of Nigerian pidgin and idiomatic English — from the viewpoint of a naive young recruit who discovers the horror of war.
He is also the first writer published by Brittle Paper before his shortlisting to be recognized by Machiavellism in Nigerian politics book Caine Prize. I hope my book, Another Man's War, will shatter some of the prejudices around Nigeria, and make readers think about Britain's imperial legacy in a new way.
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The Nigerian publishing house Cassava Republic acquired international publication rights to the novel, and released it in South Africa, Kenya, Germany, Britain and earlier this year in the United States.
Meanwhile, driven by the dream of earthly power and a personal utopia, leaders become poseurs, willing marionettes skewered on the mandrel of fame. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. However, over the centuries Nigerians have utilized agricultural techniques such as slash and burn, intercropping, and the use of shallow planting implements to cope with the shortcomings of the soil.
The publication of Half of a Yellow Sun confirmed the author has a uniquely talented voice. And he was also shortlisted for the BN Poetry Prize in The term realpolitik, "the pursuit of Machiavellism in Nigerian politics book interests by leaders without regard for ethical or philosophical considerations" probably originated in Machiavelli's analysis of the use of political power, but is German and of later origin.
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After all, someone who believes he has God on his side is capable of anything. Here, we look at ten authors whose international success attest to their talent and the depth in contemporary Nigerian literature. It has become a cultural icon infecting other powerful institutions from business to religion -- an engine of modernism.
Unhappily, the Nigerians of today will not see themselves as Nigerians who are prepared to effect changes through collective actions. Atta is widely known for her radio plays, which have been broadcast on the BBC, and her short stories, that have appeared in a number of journals including the Los Angeles Review of Books.
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