Osita Agbu
Osita Agbu is Professor of International Relations and Dean, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences at Baze University, Abuja. He was formerly, Head, Division of International Politics at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Lagos, where he worked for several years. He held both academic and administrative positions, serving as the editor of the Nigerian Journal of International Affairs (NJIA) for many years
Titanic struggle

Titanic struggle

Nigeria: many identities A country of many ethnicities artificially brought together faces many challenges, not least its own development By Osita Agbu Historically Nigeria was an artificial creation of the British colonial government. It was designed to be exploited for its natural resources to feed the British industrial sector. Peoples of different nationalities in this […]

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Osita Agbu
Osita Agbu is Professor of International Relations and Dean, Faculty of Management and Social Sciences at Baze University, Abuja. He was formerly, Head, Division of International Politics at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Lagos, where he worked for several years. He held both academic and administrative positions, serving as the editor of the Nigerian Journal of International Affairs (NJIA) for many years
Titanic struggle

Titanic struggle

Nigeria: many identities A country of many ethnicities artificially brought together faces many challenges, not least its own development By Osita Agbu Historically Nigeria was an artificial creation of the British colonial government. It was designed to be exploited...