All the Monographs in this series attempt to explore and document events, policies and impact of the General Ibrahim Babangida (IBB)-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 following breaks down the topics discussed in the various Monographs, 1-9:
*Monographs 1, 2 & 3:
-Institutional Structure and Process of Government in Nigeria: 1985-1993
-Federalism Under General Ibrahim Babangida's (IBB's) Administration in Nigeria
-Local Government and the IBB Administration
*Monographs 4, 5 & 6
-The Nigerian Private Sector under Adjustment and Crisis: 1985-1993
-General IBB's Legacy: The Domestic and International Dimension
-Foreign Policy under General IBB
*Monographs 7, 8 & 9
-Corruption and Corrupt Practices: Institutionalization and Legitimation under the IBB Administration
-The Military and Democracy in Nigeria: The Political Bureau Report
-Politics of the Annulment of June 12 Presidential Election in Nigeria
The volumes were published by Malthouse Press, Lagos. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; ISBN: 978-978-023-230-6, ISBN: 978-978-023-234-4, ISBN: 978-978-023-236-8...
1) Malthouse Monographs on Africa, 1-3, ISBN 978-023-230-3
2) Malthouse Monographs on Africa, 4-6, ISBN 978-978-023-2344
3) Malthouse Monographs on Africa, 7-9, ISBN 978-023-2362; 978-978-023-2368
*Blame me, not Babangida, for June 12 annulment, Dahiru Saleh, former judge boasts www.premiumtimesng.com/news/headline/208036-blame-not-babangida-june-12-annulment-former-judge-boasts.html
*I'm not as evil as Nigerians potray me, people misjudged, misinterpreted my actions http://wp.me/p3Yx1r-cY4
*Updated: The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida legacy saharareporters.com/2010/04/10/updated-ibrahim-badamasi-babangida-legacy