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Securing of an African Giant: National Security, Good Governance and Nation Building in Nigeria Vol. I: (2019, 1208 pages)
This book, Securing of an African Giant: National Security, Good Governance and Nation Building in Nigeria Vol. I, is a sequel to my two volume book titled, Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria. It worried me then and bothers me even today, that despite the billions of petrol-dollars Nigeria has garnered as revenue over the past decades, up to 71% of her citizens were still living in severe poverty and deprivation.
I was motivated to write those two volume book to point out one needs not be a “political prophet” to predict that, if these challenges arising from mass poverty were not successfully addressed, Nigeria was to witness national catastrophe very soon. Despite my timely warnings, all these predictions came to pass.
In this sequel, I point out why and how my earlier warnings were not heeded by Nigerian leaders and Governments. Consequently, the worst is about to happen. Nigeria is now on the verge of becoming a “failed State” and joining the league of “failed States”, such as Libya, Somalia, and Iraq.
By “failed States”, I mean States whose political, economic, social and security systems have collapsed or become so weak that their governments are no longer in control. However, I strongly believe this should not be allowed to happen to Nigeria. This is my main reason for writing this present book, which suggests policy options for immediate attention, consideration and implementation. I believe, when accepted and implemented, the possibility of Nigeria becoming a totally “failed State” would be prevented.

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Dr. Dan Mou is currently the Executive Chairman, Centre for Poverty Eradication, Development and Equal Opportunity (CEPEDEO), Abuja, Nigeria. He holds a B.Sc. Hons. Political Science (1979). University of Ibadan, Nigeria; M.A. (1982) and Ph.D. (1986), University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A. specializing in Public Policy Analysis and African Politics. He also has a Ph.D. (Honoris Causa), International Law and Diplomacy (2013), Pacific Western University, Colorado, U.S.A. and another Ph.D. (Honoris Causa), Business Administration (2013), Cornerstone University, Jerusalem, Israel.
He lectured at the University of Jos, Nigeria and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, U.S.A., before joining the Presidency in Nigeria in 1989, where his positions included: Director (Narcotics Drugs Control); Director (Special Duties), Director (Monitoring and Evaluation), and later appointed the Secretary, National Poverty Eradication Programme (NAPEP). He also served as Director, Nigeria Air Force, and Director (Human Resources) Ministry of Defence, as well as Director (Human Resources, Inspectorate and Management Services), Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In addition, he served as a Member, Presidential Jobs Board, State House, The Presidency, Abuja, Nigeria.
Dr. Mou further served as Special Adviser (National Security Affairs) to the National Security Advisers in the Presidency, under three consecutive Nigerian Governments. He has published extensively in scholarly journals and books. His bestsellers are: National Security and Democratic Governance in Nigeria; Keys to Good Governance; National Security, Good Governance and Democracy in Africa; State Power, Agrarian Policies and Peasant Welfare in Nigeria; and Making of An African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria, Volumes One and Two; Girl Child Education, Democratic Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa; Serving the Nation as a Calling: How Experts can Influence Public Policies Without Being in Power and National Security, Good Governance and Democracy in Post-Military Rule Nigeria. His marriage to Mimidoo Osewe Mou is blessed with children.
e-mail: [email protected]

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Table of Contents
Endorsement of Dr. Dan Mou, the Author’s Books .. xi
Acknowledgements ………………………………………… xxi
Preface ………………………………………………………….. xxxi
List of Tables……………………………………………….….. xxxiv
Glossary of Abbreviations …………………………….… xli

PART ONE:
NATIONAL SECURITY AND GOOD GOVERNANCE
Chapter 1: Preventing Nigeria from Becoming a “Failed State” ……………………………..…………………… 3
Chapter 2: Peace, Security and Sustainable National Development …………………………………………………… 76
Chapter 3: National Security and Electoral
Integrity ……………………………………………………. 123
Chapter 4: Re-Energising the Military to Effectively Tackle Contemporary National Security Threats and Challenges ……………………………………………………… 207
Chapter 5: Territorial Integrity and Nigeria’s Air Defence System ………………………………………………… 227
Chapter 6: Internal Security, Poverty Eradication
and Inclusive Growth ………………………………………… 252

PART TWO:
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRIMES CONTROL
Chapter 7: Religious Intolerance on Nigerian University Campuses ………….…………………………………………..……… 310
Chapter 8: Political Sociology of Student Crises …….. 369
Chapter 9: The Public Services and Current
Attempts at Preventing Corruption and Promoting Productivity ………………………………………………………... 418

Bibliography ………………………………………………. 465
APPENDIX I …………………………………………………….. 507
SAP AND STATE AUTONOMY: THE POLITICAL AND STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMME ON NIGERIA Being a Policy Memorandum Prepared and Submitted to General Ibrahim B. Babangida, GCFR., President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the Impact of the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) on Nigerian Economy and Society dated 25th April, 1988.
APPENDIX II …………………………………………………..….. 539
SUGGESTIONS ON HOW THE INTERIM GOVERNMENTS ARE TO BE CONSTITUTED Private Memo for Mr. President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of The Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Ibrahim B. Babangida, GCFR, on The Current Political Impasse in The Country dated 28th July, 1993


APPENDIX III ………………………………………………….. 544
RETHINKING OUR ECONOMIC POLICIES: SUGGESTIONS ON HOW THE NEW REGIME CAN QUICKLY REVAMP THE ECONOMY: A Private Memo to General Sani Abacha, New Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces on The Strategies for Revamping the Nigerian Economy dated 23rd November, 1993

APPENDIX IV …………………………………………..…………. 556
THE STATE AND CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEWS: SUGGESTED LIMITATIONS AND MODALITIES FOR THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE: A Memorandum Prepared and Submitted to the Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Sani Abacha, CFR., on the Impending Constitutional Conference in Nigeria dated 10th March, 1994.

APPENDIX V ………………………………………………..……. 625
RETHINKING THE TRANSITION PROGRAMME AND
CURRENT ECONOMIC POLICIES: Suggestions For The Way Forward: A Private Memo for The New Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Abdulsalami Abubakar on the State of the Nation, dated 15th June, 1998

APPENDIX VI ……………………………………………………... 640
FROM “ABILITY TO PAY” TO “ABILITY TO EARN”: DEREGULATING THE NIGERIAN WORKERS AS A LASTING SOLUTION TO THE MINIMUM WAGE CONTROVERSIES, BRAIN DRAIN, PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND LOW WORKER PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA: A Memorandum on the State of the Nigerian Civil Service and Current Crises Regarding the Minimum Wage Announced by the Federal Government. Prepared for the Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Abdulsalami Abubakar, FSS, DSS, mni. dated 10th October, 1998

APPENDIX VII ………………………………………………….... 678
WORKERS, PROBITY AND DEMOCRACY:
DEREGULATING THE NIGERIAN WORKERS AS LASTING SOLUTION TO THE MINIMUM WAGE CONTROVERSIES, BRAIN DRAIN, PUBLIC CORRUPTION & LOW WORKER PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA: A Memorandum on the STATE OF NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVICE AND CURRENT EFFORTS AT PREVENTING CORRUPTION AND PROMOTING PRODUCTIVITY: Prepared for the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Olusegun Obasanjo, GCFR. May 30, 1999
APPENDIX VIII ……………………………………..……………. 730
PROPOSAL FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES AGENCY (NEFCA) IN NIGERIA: Prepared for the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, GCFR, as a reaction to The Growing Negative Impacts of Economic and Financial Crimes on Nigeria, dated 19th July, 1999.
APPENDIX IX ……………………………………………. 743
NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE BREWING CATASTROPHE IN NIGER DELTA: RETHINKING CURRENT AGENDA FOR RESTORING ORDER IN THE NIGER DELTA AND FAST-FORWARDING THE ATTAINMENT OF PRESIDENT YAR’ADUA’S VISION FOR NIGERIA: Being a Private National Security Policy Memo to Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, GCFR, President and Commander-in-Chief of Nigerian Armed Forces, State House, Abuja, Nigeria, dated 18th August, 2008.
APPENDIX X ………………………………………………..…… 679
THE TRANSFORMATION AGENDA AND NIGERIA’S NEW FOREIGN POLICY: TOWARDS A DYNAMIC CONDUCT AND EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF OUR EXTERNAL RELATIONS UNDER PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN’S ADMINISTRATION: A PRIVATE MEMORANDUM PROPOSING STRATEGIES AND PROCEDURES FOR AN EFFECTIVE NEW FOREIGN POLICY THAT WILL HELP ACCOMPLISH THE TRANSFORMATION AGENDA PREPARED FOR THE PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN, GCFR, dated 30th August, 2011

APPENDIX XI …………………………………………………….. 789
RETHINKING AND PERFECTING THE ONGOING PUBLIC SERVICE REFORMS: DEREGULATING THE NIGERIAN WORKERS AS LASTING SOLUTION TO THE MINIMUM WAGE CONTROVERSIES, BRAIN DRAIN, PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND LOW WORKER PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA: A Private Memorandum on the Need to Deregulate the Nigerian Worker as a Lasting Solution to the Minimum Wage Controversies, Brian Drain, Public Corruption and Low Worker Productivity in Nigeria to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Goodluck Jonathan, GCFR. dated 25th August, 2011

APPENDIX XII …………………………………..………………. 847
THE PUBLIC SERVICE, PUBLIC CORRUPTION,
JOB CREATION AND PRODUCTIVITY: DEREGULATING WORKERS AS LASTING SOLUTION
TO MINIMUM WAGE CONTROVERSIES, BRAIN DRAIN, PUBLIC CORRUPTION AND LOW WORKER PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA: A Memorandum on the State of Nigerian Public Service And Current Efforts at Preventing Corruption, Creating more Jobs and Promoting Productivity. Prepared for the President-Elect of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR. dated 24th April, 2015
APPENDIX XIII ……………………………………………….. 911
RESTORING NIGERIA’S PROGRESSIVE FOREIGN POLICY IN CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT: A PROPOSAL TO CONSTITUTE AN INTER-MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE TO REVIEW AND PRODUCE BLUE PRINT FOR A NEW PROGRESSIVE FOREIGN POLICY FOR NIGERIA UNDER PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI ADMINISTRATION: Being a Private Memorandum to His Excellency, Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR., President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Presidential Villa, Abuja dated 25th August, 2015

APPENDIX XIV …………………………..……………………. 933
PROPOSAL FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL EMPOWERMENT AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH COMMISSION TO CARTER FOR 71% (SEVENTY ONE PERCENT) OF NIGERIANS STILL IN MASS POVERTY, EXCLUDED FROM ENJOYING DIVIDENDS OF DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT IN THEIR OWN COUNTRY: Prepared for the President and Commander-in-Chief, Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI, GCFR, as a Reaction to the Growing Number of Nigerians Still Living in Mass Poverty and excluded from Enjoying the Dividends of Democracy and Development in Nigeria, dated 16th March, 2016.
APPENDIX XV ……………………………….…………………. 1000
INTERNAL SECURITY, POVERTY ERADICATION AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH: A CASE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL POVERTY ERADICATION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION IN NIGERIA: Prepared for the President and Commander-in-Chief, Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, HIS EXCELLENCY PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI, GCFR, as a Reaction to the Growing Number of Nigerians Still Living in Mass Poverty and excluded from Enjoying the Dividends of Democracy and Development in their own Country, dated 21st September, 2017.

APPENDIX XVI …………………………………………………..1027
A CASE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A FEDERAL MINISTRY OF POVERTY ERADICATION AND SOCIAL INCLUSION IN NIGERIA: Being a Private Memo Prepared for The President and Commander-in-Chief, Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR to Tackle the Growing Number of Nigerians Still Living in Mass Poverty (71%), and Excluded from Enjoying the Dividends of Democracy and Development in Nigeria forcing Many of them to Flock to Foreign Nations Illegally dated 30th November, 2017.
APPENDIX XVII ……………………..…………………………. 1056
NATIONAL SECURITY ARCHITECTURE, GOOD GOVERNANCE AND NATION BUILDING: Preventing Nigeria from Becoming a “Failed State”: Being a Policy Memorandum forwarded to President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, on the contentious issues of NATIONAL SECURITY ARCHITECTURE, GOOD GOVERNANCE AND NATION BUILDING: Preventing Nigeria from Becoming a “Failed State”, dated 19th July, 2018.

About the Book …………………………………………….… 1119
About the Author …………………………………………..… 1120
Other Recent Books by the Author .…………….… 1121
Annexure “A”: What Wushishi and I had in Mind
When We Conceived EFCC: Interview by Lead
Times Africa Magazine June-July, 2013 …………..…. 1140
Annexure “B”: Tackling Corruption in Nigeria by
Monitoring and Evaluation ……….………………………… 1157
Annexure “C”: Why I wrote National Security, Demo-
Democracy and Good Governance in Post-Military
Rule Nigeria ………………………………………………………….. 1174
Annexure “D”: The One Option Jonathan has
Avoided on Insecurity ……………………………………. 1184
Annexure “E”: Transformation Agenda Ought
To be Actionable by Now …………………………………. 1195


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REVIEWS AND ENDORSEMENTS OF DR. DAN MOU,
THE AUTHOR’S BOOKS


• “These books are a must read. Dr. Dan Mou, a world-class trained political scientist, who has served at various Ministries and parastatals in Nigeria before retirement, has made stoning revelations.” Lead Times Africa Magazine

• “Dr. Dan Mou, a varsity don and seasoned civil servant, (who) spent over two decades working in Nigeria’s Presidency, provides deep insights in these books, into the intractable security situation in Nigeria and Africa, among other issues.” Daily Trust

• “Dr. Dan Mou, an accomplished political scientist and public servant with a firm grasp of national security and public policy … has revealed a lot in his new book: Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria, Volumes 1 & 2. Public policy and the state of affairs in Nigeria is the focus of this excellent and well researched book filled with the authors contributions toward a better and prosperous Nigeria … Dr. Mou rightly predicted what we are currently witnessing in Nigeria in this excellent book that all Nigerians should read.” The Nation.

• “I did not only get autographed copies of the book … which incidentally is filled with the author’s contributions toward a better and prosperous Nigeria. … how would I have known that this was the man that wrote a personal Memo to former President Olusegun Obasanjo that led to the establishment of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)? How would I have also known that he was equally the brain behind a personal Memo that led to the establishment of the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs and the Amnesty Programme that brought relative peace to that hitherto restive region? … It can be quite painful doing the ‘donkey job’ without being appreciated. In all this, did I detect any hint of bitterness in Dr. Mou? Not at all. He is still contributing his quota to ensure Nigeria gets back on the right track. This is surely one optimistic Nigerian.” The Nation.

• “Having successfully designed and masterminded many workable national schemes in the past in Nigeria, like the memoranda that led to the establishment of the EFCC (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission), Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, the Amnesty Programme for the Niger Delta Region Militants, to mention just a few … Dr. Dan Mou, in these books, has (proposed) permanent solutions to these public policy challenges. … it is no fallacy to say that no one else could have done it better.” Dr. O.W. Bashorun, Provost, College of Education, Lagos, Nigeria.

• “Dr. Dan Mou, Executive Chairman of centre for Poverty Eradication, Development and Equal Opportunity, has recently published 10 books on such topical issues as national security, good governance, democracy, girl child education and sustainable development. All 10 books were authored by Dr. Mou and appeal to a wide and varied audience, including policy makers and scholars.
I have personally gleaned through some of the books, and have read some reviews and endorsements by scholars and relevant authorities. I am thus convinced that the books would be of immense interest to a broad range of scholars, policy makers and students in higher institutions including strategic level establishments such as the National Defence College. As one critic rightly observed, “the purpose of these books is to stimulate international policy debate on the problems associated with sustainable development, national security, good governance and democracy in Africa”. Ambassador (Dr.) CW Wigwe, fwc, fdc (+), Provost, Centre for Strategic Research and Studies, National Defence College, Nigeria.

• “I am very impressed with their theoretical scope, command of extant literature and methodological sophistication. Dr. Mou’s books should be of immense interest to a broad range of scholars - from political theorists, to political economists as well as African area specialists.” Professor Crawford Young, Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.

• “There is this perception that Nigerians don’t write and read. This perception is deep seated, even among intellectuals who see our authors as shallow researchers. But Making of an African Giant by Dr. Dan Mou, has debunked that myth and shown that Nigerians can write well researched and detailed books. So we have to ensure that readers know the book exists … It is quite prophetic in its assessment of the Nigerian State.” Agbo Agbo, Columnist, The Nation Newspaper.

• “Dr. Dan Mou’s Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria Volumes 1 & 2 which cover 1,860 pages, are not just mere books. They are clearly encyclopedia. Everything you want to know about the State, Politics, economy and society in Nigeria is there!” Dr. Yima Sen, Senior Lecturer, Department of Mass Communication, Baze University, Abuja, Nigeria.

• “Dr. Dan Mou … Thanks for contributing to knowledge. Your books are highly expository and full of discoveries … We are very proud of you.” S.A. Raofu, Chairman, Committee of Deans, AOCOE, Lagos, Nigeria.

• “The books by Dr. Dan Mou are chunky both in terms of size but also in terms of content and of course price. But essentially, each one is worth the investment as they would not only enrich the Library but avail readers within and outside the College, including Research Fellows, of invaluable sources of reliable and well-researched works on topics of critical importance to current national and international issues. Some of the topics could form the basis of further research, thus extending the frontiers of knowledge. Out of the 10 books listed I am inclined to recommend that the College Library should acquire 7. These are:
a) National Security, Democracy and Good Governance in Post-Military Rule in Nigeria Vol.I.
b) National Security, Democracy and Good Governance in Post- Military Rule in Nigeria Vol.II
c) Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria Vol.I.
d) Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria Vol. II.
e) National Security, Good Governance and Democracy in Africa.
f) State Power, Agrarian Policies & Peasant Welfare in Nigeria.
g) Girl Child Education, Democratic Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa”.
Ambassador (Dr.) CW Wigwe, fwc, fdc (+), Provost, Centre for Strategic Research and Studies, National Defence College, Nigeria

• “I have bought and read these Dr. Mou’s books. It is clear now that I am one of his quiet admirers … Dr. Mou is certainly one of the best scholars we have on the African continent … As an educationist myself, before I became a Traditional Ruler, I agree totally with his analysis and conclusions in these books. In particular I recommend these books to governments, politicians, policy makers, educationalists and the general public.

I share the optimism Dr. Mou has expressed in these books, that once the recommendations there in are adopted and meticulously implemented, with proper monitoring and evaluation of such resultant policies and programmes, Nigeria and indeed Africa, would be able to solve most of the challenges currently associated with national security, good governance and democracy on the continent.
Buy these books, read these books and above all, take the necessary steps to implement the policy recommendations Dr. Mou has offered therein all over the continent of Africa. Well done, Dr. Mou.” HRH Alh. (Dr.) Sheban Audu, Nizazo III, Etsu Kwali, Etsu Kwali’s Palace, Abuja, Nigeria.

• “The purpose of Dr. Dan Mou in these books is certainly to stimulate international policy debate on the problems associated with sustainable development, national security, good governance and democracy in Africa. Dr. Mou, a reputable public policy expert of world-class standing, who had also worked for three decades at the highest level in the Public Service of Nigeria, and currently serves as a Member of the Presidential Jobs Board in the Presidency at Abuja, has done an excellent work in these books.
I am very thankful to God and to Dr. Mou that these seven books are now available for all to read. I hope that the rich content of these books will generate the needed debate, awareness and stimulate concrete policy actions to tackle these issues in Africa that would guarantee maximum positive results.
I recommend these books as a must-read for educationists, scholars, policy matters, politicians and the general public.” Dr. Edet B. Ekpenyong, President, Pan African Girl Child Education Foundation, Abuja, Nigeria.

• “I thank God for having the opportunity to read four of Dr. Dan Mou’s recently released books on different subjects relating to Nigeria and Africa as a whole. The ones I have so far read are:

Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria, (Volumes I and 2); National Security, Good Governance and Democracy in Africa; State Power, Agrarian Policies and Peasant Welfare in Nigeria – all published by AuthorHouse in Bloomington, Indiana, USA; and Girl Child Education, Democratic Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa, published by Pan African Publishing House, Abuja, Nigeria.

Dr. Dan Mou has proven himself a world-class scholar and an intellectual colossus. His reputation as an internationally renowned public policy expert has continued to soar…
Dr. Mou’s books are meant to solve African problems and they surely would. These books of a literary icon are strongly recommended for intellectuals, policy makers, and even for the general readers. I congratulate him for these remarkable achievements.” Professor Justice Abdul Fatai Kuti, First Justice of Abuja High Court; and former Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State of Nigeria.

• “Dear Prof. Dan Mou,
Congratulations for these stimulating and wonderful books. Yes, this is you! … I believe these books would make landmark contributions to knowledge! Well done… Best Regards.” Gen. Chris A. Garuba, CFR., Former Military Governor of Bauchi State and former Commandant, National Defence College, Nigeria.

• “The books [by Dr. Dan Mou] are impeccably well-packaged, well written and arranged. The language is lucid and reader-friendly, … the books are bulky and intimidating but once picked up it is difficult to put down. That is the power of the narrative and analysis: indeed, that is the selling point for the books and Dr. Mou must be commended for this intensive and extensive forage into public sector research”. Ambassador (Dr.) CW Wigwe, fwc, fdc (+), Provost, Centre for Strategic Research and Studies, National Defence College, Nigeria.

• “Professor Dan Mou,
Congratulations for these two outstanding text books: Making of an African Giant: State, Politics and Public Policy in Nigeria, Volumes I and 2. This is what Professors should be doing to promote academic excellence. Your achievements do not come as a surprise to me. You are really worth this! Warm Regards.” Dr. Elijah Apine, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Sciences, University of Jos, Nigeria.

• “The College Librarian may wish to consider acquisition of these Dr. Dan Mou’s books in order to enrich the collection of the College Library while projecting it as a reliable and authoritative source of good books in the FCT and indeed the country”. Ambassador (Dr.) CW Wigwe, fwc, fdc (+), Provost, Centre for Strategic Research and Studies, National Defence College, Nigeria.

• “Dr. Dan Mou … I am highly impressed with your academic accomplishments, especially your copious research, which is both social, political and academic. Your flair for writing is amazing. I am delighted that you will be attending the … National Conference as you promised. I am sure many will like to meet you having read much of your published research. May God keep you and give you happy times to His Glory”. Dr. Titus Terver Udu, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Education, Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria. 
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