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Nigeria’s Intellectual , philosophical and ideological contributions have been interrogated in this volume. So have Nigeria’s role in the establishment of OAU, as well as the transformation of the OAU to the AU; socio-cultural projection of Africa; African development initiatives; especially in terms of Lagos Plan of Action, the Abuja Treaty Establishing the African Economic Community, New Economic Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) as well as African Peer Review Mechanism.
Without Scintilla of doubt, Nigeria has been actively engaged in the resolution of crises and conflicts in Africa. Should Nigeria continue to be so engaged? if yes, what should be the principles? Should Nigeria’s good neigbourly be predicated on the rule of reciprocity? What should Nigeria be doing since the Government and people of Government take Africa’s development as a priority?
Should Nigeria focus greater attention on the domestic issues, especially in terms of politically stability and to the detriment of foreign policy engagements? In fact, what should be Nigeria’s attitudinal disposition towards Africa, fifty years after the founding of the OAU? This volume provides some answers to these very important questions.
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