Nigeria History: A Panacea for National Integration and Sustainable Democracy in Nigeria

Dawood Omolumen Egbefo


Nigeria, a country with an estimated population of about 140 million attained independence in 1960. Since then there has been the challenge of incorporating the diverse peoples into a stable and single national community and sustainable democracy in order to achieve the utmost goal of sustainable development. This paper thus with particular focus on happenings in the country since 1960 bring into a bold relief the need to revisit, reinvigorate and reposition the neglected Nigerian history in our educational system in confronting the country‘s goal of unity and sustainable democracy because it is held that what had happened in the past and what is happening at present are all within the purview of Nigerian History.

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