Traditional rulers are still highly respected in most communities in Nigeria today, for wielding considerable political and economic influence. Although they have no formal role in the democratic structure and in the constitution, there is now a growing need to assign them some specific roles and in that way, harness the strategic position they occupy in the society.
The traditional institutions have suffered systematic annihilation since the military incursions into politics began in 1966 ...
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Added September 06, 2012
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