Author: Peter Okorie
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About the Book:
Nigeria: Too Hard to Hold is a somewhat participant observer’s story of the nations unending wobbling, evoking a pantomime of the ludicrous, a gerrymandering of betrayed trust and a forlorn hope for the future. It traces the laborious process of the formation of the British protectorates leading subsequently to the amalgamation of the southern and northern protectorates in 1914, through the country’s independence, post-independence conflicts, and post civil war challenges, especially Boko Haram, farmers/herdsmen clashes, banditry and persistent calls for restructuring of the country.