Nigeria In International And Intra-national Military Interventions: From Pre-colonial Times To Independence
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Nigeria In International And Intra-national Military Interventions: From Pre-colonial Times To Independence
Nigeria is a country with the greatest track record of military interventions in Africa, and also with the greatest number in troop contribution in international and intra-national military intervention in the continent. Contrary to prevailing views that this Nigerian status is as a result of the “manifest destiny” of the country to lead in African affairs, this article posits that Nigeria’s current tradition of military intervention was inherited from the British colonial government right from the 19th century. Even though formal British colonial rule commenced in Nigeria in the year 1900 and ended in 1960, evidence suggests that the use of military power and military intervention as DownloadViews: 74

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