Deregulation of the Nigerian Telecommunication Sector: Interrogating the Nexus Between Imperialism and Development
This study investigates the deregulation of the Nigerian Telecommunication Sector within the precinct of Imperialism and development. This is premised on the fact that Nigeria’s Telecommunication sector has not only been moribund over the years but has more importantly been dominated by foreign and local bourgeoisies after its deregulation in 1999. In view of this, the study borrows from...
Published at Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies
Volume Vol. 4
Issue No. 1
Published in 2015
Chidozie, F.C., Odunayo, L.P and Ajayi, O.O
Chidozie Felix » Chidozie Felix Chidozie studied Political Science in University of Ibadan where he graduated in 1999. He consequently bagged a Masters degree from the same University in the Department of Political Science, specialising in international relations. He also studied in the Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan where he obtained another Masters degree in Peace and Conflict Studies,... view full profile
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