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by Ahmadu Kurfi

  • Author: Ahmadu Kurfi
  • ISBN: 9780295437
  • ISBN13: 978-9780295431
  • ePub: 1601 kb | FB2: 1438 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literary
  • Publisher: Spectrum Books (January 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 460
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 639
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This political drama reflects on the long period of military rule in Nigeria, which officially began with the end of Shagari's regime in 1983 and ended with the ascent of Obansanjo in 1999

This political drama reflects on the long period of military rule in Nigeria, which officially began with the end of Shagari's regime in 1983 and ended with the ascent of Obansanjo in 1999.

The Barons is a fictitious story of the activities of a very powerful group of individuals mostly from the core north of Nigeria who wield enormous power and unusual influence on the traditional, socio-economic and political institutions in the country. They are power brokers who make things happen in the political arena of the nation.

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Ahmadu Kurfi is a prominent personality in Nigeria. Prior to publication in book-format, this work was first serialised in the now defunct Today newspaper and was met with much acclaim.

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Black Barons (Czech: Černí baroni ) is a novel written by Miloslav Švandrlík in the period of Prague Spring and published in 1969. Due to the political situation at the time, Švandrlík was not able to publish for some time. Second, additional publication of this book was only possible after the Velvet Revolution (in 1990). The work is a humorous novel with military background.

This political drama reflects on the long period of military rule in Nigeria, which officially began with the end of Shagari's regime in 1983 and ended with the ascent of Obansanjo in 1999. It gives a satirical account of the clandestine machinations employed behind the scenes by a very powerful group of individuals - the barons, who are mostly from the north of Nigeria, to capture political power, and exert influence over the traditional socio-economic and political institutions. The play aims to inform and to entertain - to record the events as accurately as possible in a comic manner; and is lent a strong flavour of contemporary politics as real historical events and figures are represented.
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