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Enter the Fourth Republic: Another Shot at Dynamic Engagement or a Return to Neo-Military Governorship?

  • M. J. Balogun

Abstract

Abacha’s sudden death in the middle of 1998 offered both the military and the civilian leaders another opportunity—the former, the opportunity to redeem its image, and the latter, to “associate together” with the aim of seeking, as well as earning, the peoples mandate.

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Notes

  1. 2.
    Larry Diamond, 1988, “The 1983 Elections,” in Victor Ayeni, and Kayode Soremekun, (eds.) Nigeria’s Second Republic (Apapa: Daily Times Publication).Google Scholar

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© M. J. Balogun 2009

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