The Last Authority: Three Decades of Nigeria’s Contribution to the Liberation Struggle in South Africa
Title: The Last Authority
Subtitle: Three Decades of Nigeria’s Contribution to the Liberation Struggle in South Africa
Subject Classification: Politics and Government, Society and Culture, History
BIC Classification: HBJH, JP, JPH
BISAC Classification: HIS047000, POL053000, POL035000
Binding: Hardback, pp.198
Publication date: 12th April 2023
ISBN (printed book): 978-1-80441-131-5
ISBN (web pdf): 978-1-80441-132-2
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The liberation struggle in South Africa ended apartheid and the last stronghold of colonialism in Africa. This struggle attracted the support of many African countries that contributed and helped the oppressed people of South Africa towards free elections. Nigeria is among the countries in Africa that contributed some of the most significant assistance to the anti-apartheid movement. As democracy and majority government replaced apartheid in South Africa, many young South Africans (the so-called ‘born free') are not aware of the contributions of Nigeria in the history of the liberation struggle. The book blames this ignorance on a deliberate policy of silence by the government and media in South Africa.
Author: Oboshi Agyeno is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution in Abuja, Nigeria
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