Ogun State: Policy of Manipulation since 1976: Policy of frustration since 1976 (Volume 1)

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Despite the huge human and natural resources, Ogun State which was created in 1976 by the Government of General Muritala Mohammed lagged behind the neighboring Lagos state in all areas of human and material development, unmet expectations of the people, the merger of the Egba and Ijebu the two powerful provinces in the South West of Nigeria by Irekefe Commission which recommended additional seven new states for the country was considered a miscalculation, or unequally yoke by those with the history of the two powerful provinces in the state, the unification marked the re-opening of the suspended wars between the Egba and Ijebu during and after the defeat of defunct Oyo Empire long before the advent of British Colonization of Nigeria between 1865-1960. Despite the reservoir of Nigeria's first cream of educated class, the new state could not face the challenges of fast tracking development with intra ethnic wars and words of policies of frustration and manipulation. What are the factors preventing the state from living to the dreams of the people of the State? This book is from a critic, written purely for academic exercises, and a detailed analysis of hidden historical events that are preventing development of the state by history could be classified the first to be exposed to western civilization in Nigeria and also offer solutions. Ogun State: Policy of Manipulation is a must for all students of history and politics of Ogun State, Yoruba, Nigeria and Africa from 1976 to 2011, most importantly this book is a better material for Black History.

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Zents Sowunmi was a staff of US Department of Defense El Paso Texas, untill 2011. He is the President/CEO of Allzents Groups Inc. with offices in New York and Dallas Texas. His other books on politics, religion and history are available online and in most of the local Book stores worldwide. A 1989 MBA graduate of University of Ibadan, and professional certifications in United States America and United Kingdom. He is the author of "Before the journey became home," "What happened to our Democracy?" and "President Obama: Hero of Capitalism." Zents Sowunmi walks by the Brighton Beach in Brooklyn NY with his dog and reluctantly climbs the stairs to his appartment everyday.

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