Article for Book Review. Book title: Your Vote or Your Life?: Tracking the Tangible and Intangible Dangers in Nigeria’s Electoral Politics

Tayo Raymond Ezekiel Eegunlusi

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Book title: Your Vote or Your Life?: Tracking the Tangible and Intangible Dangers in Nigeria’s Electoral Politics
Author: Mike Omilusi, Ph.D.
Place of publication: Striling-Horden Publishers Ltd, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Date of publication: 2017.
Number of pages: xxii+340pp.


Keywords


Vote; Life; Nigeria;l Politics

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Omilusi, M. (2017). Your vote or your life?: Tracking the tangible and intangible dangers in Nigeria’s electoral politics (pp. xxii+340). Ibadan, Nigeria: Striling-Horden Publishers Ltd.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10324

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