New Book: NIGERIA: Her Woes and Their True Remedies

Published on 05-03-12

By Dr. Onyeije C. Okoro
History/Political Science 

There is no denying that Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa, will play an important role in determining the fate of the black continent. Nevertheless, many people do not stop to consider Nigeria’s importance, nor do they explore its mysteries, woeful stories, and the spiritual causes of its current problems.

You will travel back to the earliest days of humanity to learn the various ethnic groups that settled in Nigeria, their origins, and the beliefs behind their various religions. Find out how populations were enslaved, how the land was colonized, and how foreign religions affected its people.

Through these pages the mystery of Nigeria will unfold and reveal why Nigeria is at a turning point in its history. You will discover the role of the true believers through the thorough analysis of Nigeria’s diverse populations, history, and culture.

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ISBN: 978-0-595-50116-8 (pbk)

ISBN: 978-0-595-49732-4 (cloth)

ISBN: 978-0-595-61380-9 (ebk)

Library of Congress Control Number: 2009924288

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Student Comments

I know this book will certainly reveal some untold stories, how too much attention is given to discussing the future of Nigeria with a few indigenous groups. I know there are a lot to think by the author before writing the book very few people will accept the challenge.

    OJO DELE MAXWELL wrote on 05-12-12 at 8 a.m.

Hi Ojo Dele Maxwell,these Nigerian the will fineh them self for nathings.what is aslem and christentiy all of them are the ways of one gods nathings to kill your's brathers or sisters we African we beter to united ourself not of killing ourself and i need AU and INTERNATIONAL BODYS to see that and used all pawers if the don't here what athors peoples sayed to them iam Natale Adhil Bill from South Sudan

    Natale Adhil Bill wrote on 06-11-12 at 6:14 a.m.

How i wish the two religious body bury their sword, and embrace peace in the interest of the Country and Africa as a whole. God let there be peace in my Country.

    Adenike A. Lawal wrote on 06-12-12 at 12:08 a.m.

Adenike are you not a Nigerian, do you think all this is about religion? We are suffering for our Leaders mistakes. Boko Haram, only looks like Religion fight, Politics Method,.. and Lack of Education, but is not. is see Manipulations. Listen to ASA & 9ice music, Se be le ma sun oo. May God save our Land

    LEBILE Olayinka Abiodun wrote on 07-25-12 at 3:59 p.m.

This is really a book to read, i will go look for it and read ASAP because no doubt it will contain a lot of eye opening and exposition.

    ITOYAH AYEMHERE JUDE wrote on 10-19-12 at 7:19 a.m.

To be sincere nigerian problem is not from religious aspect of it ,but is as a result of premature politics.This boko haram of a thing that you are hearing is just something that cannot be define than wetern education is prohibited.Islamically you cannot say so.You can only say the way education is been taunt in Nigeria, generally is bad. Male and female in the same class. Male teacher teaching female and female teachers teaching male, Islamically as a man, you are not suppose to be in a close contact with a woman who is not your wife,sister,mother or close relations. Because being close can cause different types of adultrations.

    BUBA KAIDAL wrote on 11-25-13 at 7:48 a.m.

God is in control. Cheers! franci.

    Francis Owusu Takyi wrote on 12-29-13 at 4:23 p.m.

The problem is not religion, it's policy.

    Mohammed Haziz wrote on 05-27-16 at 1:59 a.m.

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