A reconstruction of Africa’s political culture in the purview of Fulani herdsmen current mode of operations in Nigeria

  • Chukwugozie Donatus Nwoye
  • Charles C. Nweke
  • Jude I. Onebunne
  • Stephen C. Okeke


It is an established fact that Nigeria is the most populous nation in Africa. It is equally a common understanding that the internal political dynamics in Nigeria invariably, little or more, have their effects on the general well-being of Africa as a continent. In mind of this strategic position of Nigeria in relation to the majority of African nations, and in the light of the current mode of operation by the Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria; this study argues that a reconstruction of Nigeria’s Political Culture, and by extension, that of Africa as a whole is imperative. This is because, just like Nigeria, almost all African nations have the challenges associated with immigration. With the concept of communistic Culture as a proposed solution, it is believed in this study that a cue from it will to a greater extent solve the problems of immigration, that is, majority culture versus minority culture challenges in African nations’ corporate existence.

Keywords: Reconstruction, Political Culture, Fulani, Herdsmen, Communistic Culture


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