Restructuring or Acculturing Book 1 by Gregory Ekhator

Author Greg Ekhator

Chapter 1: This is a short Summary of each chapter

chapter 2: Great Nigeria and the competing primordial forces gives a brief history of the ethnic powerplays in Nigeria

Chapter 3: Blaming the West vs taking responsibility - Details the opportunities lost by continually blaming instead of taking responsiblity and moving on. Inaddition it has great contributions from users, similar to the situated learning discussion in Plato's Republic.

Chapter 4: Digital technology opportunities amidst Nigeria beyond crude oil, which are booming since the last administration and more so now.

Chapter 5: World history in brief to show Nigeria's situation is not really perculiar, and as such we should get on with it.

Chapter 6: Forseeing a restructured Nigeria amidst the tribalism and disunity brouhaha. This one has an excellent speech from the current Emir of Kano, before he became Emir while at the launch of a book.

Chapter 7: Nigerian political ideology or the lack of it, and an experiment to attempt to formulate one.

Chapter 8: A riveting piece with profound socratic contributions on Nigeria's moral compass. Continued in Book 2


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