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Farther west, between Lake Chad and the Niger, were the seven independent Hausa kingdoms, each organized as a city-state. Centralizing power and insufficient accountability of leaders are in the center of the problem, as the desire for national reconstruction was hardly seen by leaders; rather, a certain group of people who controlled the state paid more attention to leading the state into a semi-private apparatus that favors the interest group who controlled it.

Pages: 256

Publisher: Windstorm Creative Ltd. (May 1, 2006)

ISBN: 1590921275

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