SHARED VALUES: UNDERSTANDING ISSUES IN NIGERIA-BRITAIN RELATIONS

This is a collection of lectures delivered over a period of thirteen years- November 1995 to March 2008, addressing issues of mutual concern to Nigeria and Britain. The speakers include a businessman, five diplomats, four professionals and four university professors. From diplomacy to politics, through drama, to insurance, journalism and from health to trade, Shared Values touches key issues affecting Nigeria and Britain. The common thread that binds all these reflections remains: what lessons can be drawn from these discourses to improve the Nigerian condition primarily and Nigeria-Britain ties generally?

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Book Details

Cover Design

Cased

Publisher

Diamond Publications Limited

Language

English

ISBN

978-978-2938-40-4

Released

2008

About The Author

Lanre Idowu & Gillian Godwin

Foreword/Introduction/Nigeria-Britain Relations: Yesterday and Today/Four Decades of Anglo-Nigerian Friendship: A Personal View/Shakespeare and Governance/Great Britain-“Great Nigeria”: A Great Relationship/The British Influence: Then and Now/Fighting with the Past: How Africans Underdeveloped Africa/Why Nigeria Matters to the United Kingdom/Social Responsibility – A Challenge to Nigeria’s Insurance Sector/Forty Years of West African Journalism/Nigeria’s Place in Africa and the World/Expectation of Life/Good Leadership: Key to lasting Prosperity/The NAFDAC Story/”Where are the Brits? Britain’s contribution to Nigeria and the globalised world.”

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