Sunday, 1 December 2013

MALTHOUSE MONOGRAPH SERIES ON AFRICA: 1-3, 4-6 & 7-9 edited by Dayo Oluyemi-Kusa

All the Monographs in this series attempt to explore and document events, policies and impact of the General Ibrahim Babangida-led military regime in Nigeria, covering the period 1985-1993. The contributions were originally for a book edited by me on that regime, but other considerations, especially that of comprehensiveness of coverage of arguably the most momentous phase in Nigeria's post-Civil War socio-political development, led to the shelving of that idea.

It was thought that a more useful scope or coverage might be achieved through a continuing development of Monographs on different facets of the Nigerian society under this regime. This is a feat which may only be possible in a book so voluminous and whose cost might be such as to be out of the reach of the intended audience.

The volumes were published by Malthouse Press, Lagos. E-mail:;

1) Malthouse Monographs on Africa, 1-3, ISBN 978-023-230-3

2) Malthouse Monographs on Africa, 4-6, ISBN 978-978-023-2344>Books,Magazines>Non-FictionBooks>SocialSciences>Politics>...Politics&Government

3) Malthouse Monographs on Africa, 7-9, ISBN 978-023-2362; 978-978-023-2368,9789780232368

5th August, 2016

*Blame me, not Babangida, for June 12 annulment, Dahiru Saleh, former judge boasts
*I'm not as evil as Nigerians potray me, people misjudged, misinterpreted my actions

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