Synopses & Reviews
Nowhere in Africa has the question of access to university education reached such a crescendo of concern and posed such as challenge to the polity, as in Nigeria. By illuminating the history of massification of university education in Nigeria, Anyanwu makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the challenges of nation building in multi-ethnic and religious societies and demonstrates that the intractable issues in Africa's university education system.
About the Author
Ogechi Anyanwu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History and African/African-American Studies at Eastern Kentucky University.