The central theme of this work is the political leadership and conflicts in Ebiraland, Nigeria during the period 1900 – 2003. The work examines the dynamics of olitical leadership in Ebiraland from the precolonial through upto the postcolonial periods. The rationalization behind this exercise is premised on the prevailing circumstances where the people without leaders, intrigues and political factions characterized Ebira political process with a regrettable scenario of tripolar divide of clannish chauvinism, political bigotry and cultural nuisance. Essentially the work examine the dynamics of political leadership and conflicts in Ebiraland from precolonial upto colonial with fundamental issues like the people’s socio economic structure, native administrative system politics of exclusion and inclusion, conflicts and violence and the attendant consequences on the socio-political milieu of the people.
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