|Statement||by Adagbo Onoja, Cosmas Attayi-Elaigu, Y.Z. Ya"u.|
|Contributions||Attayi-Elaigu, Cosmas., Yau, Yunusa Zakari|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
Book Description. Populist Discourse brings together experts from both linguistics and political science to analyse the language of populist leaders and the media's representation of populism in different temporal, geographical and ideological contexts, including Nazi Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Austria, Greece, the UK, the US and South America. ) expects Nigeria’s population growth to fall from % in – to % in – The organisation projects a population of million in and million in , when Nigeria is expected to have the world’s 6th larg-est population; in it had the 10th largest. Nigeria’s total labour force grew from mil-File Size: KB. Books have been written and press companies have published articles about the high level of corruption in Nigeria politics, yet the perpetrators pretend as though they are not the people being talked about. They believe they are above the law. But little do they understand the injuries they are causing to the country and the s: b). In this respect, populist parties bear some resemblance to Sartori () once thosecalled ‘anti-system parties’. Similarly, the basis on which populist parties rally electoral support, while multi-faceted, is often deeply emotional, playing on feelings of anger, resentment or nostalgia that reflect alienation from conventional politics.
Even though Nigeria is considered the African country that is developing quite fast, it still does not mean that our native land is entirely devoid of all the problems. In this article, you will read about the major political problems in Nigeria, contemporary issues in Nigeria and the possible ways to solve them. Watershed political events in recent years—the election of President Donald Trump in the United States (US), the Brexit vote, the electoral success of Italy’s Five Star Movement, Brazil’s sudden lurch to the right with the election of President Jair Bolsonaro, the doubling of support for populist parties across Europe—have brought the word “populism” out of the annals of academic. 6 Choose a case study (Sudan, Nigeria, Rwanda OR Cote’D’Ivoire) to discuss the ‘ethnic factor’ in the country’s politics. Alex Thomas, An Introduction to African Politics, Chapter 4, ‘Case Study: Nigeria. Social, economic and political context in Nigeria. Key policy influencing actors in Nigeria. Donors. Development aid to Nigeria has been low compared to other African countries and has reduced considerably since its peak in Net overseas development aid was roughly USD 11 billion in , 2 billion in and less than 1 billion in
In the Chapter “Resilience and Resurgence, – ” in the largely stillborn book The Populist Factor in Nigerian Politics, one of the authors posed the question of the diffuseness of the concept of the people employed by the PRP. The people are the salt of the earth, said the PRP but by which it homogenized the masses, (peasants and. In political science, populism is the idea that society is separated into two groups at odds with one another - "the pure people" and "the corrupt elite", according to Cas Mudde, author of. Nigeria has made progress since its return to democracy in But a political system crippled by corruption and dogged by ethnic tensions threatens to derail the . A Nigerian newspaper and Online version of the Vanguard, a daily publication in Nigeria covering Nigeria news, Niger delta, general national news, politics.