Nigeria: Soldier of Fortune – review

Historian Max Siollun's new book dismantles the military machine that rules Nigeria in exquisite, scholarly detail At the dawn of independence in 1960, everything seemed possible for Africa's most populous and powerful state. Oil wells promised an endless flow of wealth, fertile land produced enough to feed the nation, and Nigeria single-handedly held half the entire manpower of West Africa. As …

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