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Rebranding federalism in heterogeneous societies such as Nigeria requires an urgent attention.
The restructuring must be pursued tenaciously and pragmatically.
The operationalization of federalism should be to solve inherent problems created by the forces of centrifugal and centripetal, and at the same time boost the economy and political integration and self determination of the ethnic nationalities.
This has not been achieved in Nigeria.
Thus, the polity had tended towards disintegration in recent times.
However, there is high hope that Nigeria federalism will subsist, if political compradors inwardly revisit the composition and configuration of the country in all its ramifications and situate the polity on democratic government, democratic party system among others.
This book is therefore, a holistic view of Nigerian federalism and overconcentration of powers at the centre.
It emphasized that the Central government should serve as ‘Supervisor’ in the Federation, while the polity must cater for us all.
Ogunwa holds M.Sc in Political Science of the University of Lagos, Lagos - Nigeria.
He is currently writing his Ph.D Thesis on Party politics in Nigeria.
As Lecturer II, he teaches Political science and International Relations at Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State, Nigeria.
He is married to Florence Adeseeke.
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