NIGERIA’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1960-1991

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NIGERIA’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1960-1991

Abstract:

This thesis is an academic assessment of Nigeria’s major contributions to the liberation struggle in South Africa from 1960 when Nigerian became politically independent till 1991 when apartheid was officially abolished. This thesis was provoke! by the need to settle the intellectual controversy over the commencement lime and the magnitude of Nigeria’s contributions to the liberation struggle in South Africa. Two research hypotheses were advanced to guide the researcher in data collection and analysis. The data for this thesis was collected from the secondary sources while the content or descriptive method was employed for data analysis. The theories of Imperialism and liberalism and liberal democracy were also employed as analytical tools to explain apartheid and liberation struggle respectively in South Africa. This thesis highlighted the power potentials in Nigeria, which positioned her to have contributed to the liberation struggle. The study critically assessed the major contributions Nigeria made to the liberation struggle. The study extensively discussed the origin and the modus operandi of apartheid policy and liberation struggle in South Africa. It was also ascertained among others that Nigeria’s contributions to the liberation struggle in South Africa were very profound and significant to the dismantling of apartheid system. The study gathered that even though Nigeria’s contributions started in 1960, it was from the 1970s that such contributions became very pronounced up till 1991. Based on the research findings, the study made many recommendations which centred on Nigeria – South Africa’s bilateral relations.

NIGERIA’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 1960-1991

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