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Trends of Migrant Political Organization in Nigeria

Eghosa E. Osaghae


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1I acknowledge, with deep gratitude, the support of the following for the initiation, execution and completion of this project: The Institut Français de Recherche en Afrique (IFRA), Ibadan and its two successive directors with whom I have had the pleasure to work — Professors Bernard Caron and Georges Hérault, as well as its library and secretarial staff for facilitating the execution of the project. IFRA funded the research and deserves to be recognized for the contribution it is making to the growth of a new generation of social science research in Nigeria. I also wish to thank His Highness, Igwe Ogbonna Tennyson Nnadi, Eze Igbo III of Kano State, the members of his cabinet and the Igbo Community Association’s executive; in particular, Chief Larry Nweke, Chief Enendu and Chief Dan Ijezie. I am also grateful to the Oba Yoruba and the executive members of the Yoruba Community, Kano State, especially the principal secretary, who agreed to have an interview with me at very short notice. I also wish to acknowledge Ade Isumonah who read through the manuscripts. Finally, I thank my wife, Amen and our kids -Osahon and Noyosayi who bore the inconvenience of my absence during my research.

© IFRA-Nigeria, 1994

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