This book is a critical study of the evolution and conduct of military government as well as civil-military relations in Nigeria since 1970, examining the essentially military clauses of both the draft and final Constitution drawn up for post-1979 Nigeria.
Table of Contents
1. The five 'D's of contemporary Nigerian civil-military thought 2. Military clauses of the new Nigerian constitution 3. Nigerian military and· social expenditures 1970–80 4. On measuring the optimum military size 5. Civilian restoration and political stability