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Published by Federal Ministry of Information and National Orientation in Abuja, Nigeria .
Written in English


  • Regional planning -- Nigeria -- Federal Capital Territory -- History,
  • Federal Capital Territory (Nigeria) -- History,
  • Abuja (Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria) -- History

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Edition Notes

Other titlesRestoration of the FCT masterplan
ContributionsNigeria. Federal Ministry of Information and National Orientation.
LC ClassificationsDT515.9.F43 O23 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination26 p. :
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24114815M
LC Control Number2008556916

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Chapter four looks at the antigraft economic reforms undertaken by the Obasanjo’s administration in an attempt to combat corruption by the inauguration of two key agencies (Independent Corrupt Practices Commission and Economic and Financial Crimes Commission), Finally, Chapter five is the conclusion, which contains the summary and assessment. Book Description: Olusegun Obasanjo was Nigeria's military head of state () and President (). His career is made the focus for a history of Nigeria's first fifty years of independence () and of African continental affairs during the same period (Obasanjo having been an active opponent of apartheid and an architect of the African Union). A new book has given an insight into how money was raised for the spirited campaign to keep former President Olusegun Obasanjo in office beyond his second term in It . Olusegun Obasanjo has authored several books, significant amongst them, My Command, about his experiences in the Nigerian Civil War; Not My Will, about his service to the nation as Military Head of State; This Animal Called Man, a philosophical reflection on the nature of man written during his time as a political prisoner; and Nzeogwu, about his friend and key figure in the .