NYU Black Renaissance Noire Winter 2014 - Page 183

Civilian Caliphate-dominated coalition regime led by a Muslim Bageri non-Caliphate man; installed by the British, toppled by Nzeogwu’s anti-Caliphate, upga coup. Non-Caliphate military regime led by a Christian Igbo non-Caliphate man; toppled by Murtala Muhammed’s Caliphate/ nna counter-coup. Caliphate military regime installed by Murtala Muhammed, but led by a Christian non-Caliphate “willing tool” from Northern minorities. Caliphate military regime led by a Muslim, Hausa-Fulani Caliphate scion. Caliphate military regime with a loyal Christian Yoruba agent from the “conquered” South as front man, installed to complete Murtala Muhammed’s tenure and program. Caliphate civilian regime led by a Fulani Caliphate scion; installed by obj through a rigged election and judicial shenanigans about 2/3 of 19 states. Caliphate military regime led by Fulani Caliphate scions, Buhari and Idiagbon; installed to pre-empt election of any Southerner as president in 1987. Caliphate military regime led by a Muslim Gwari non-Caliphate man from Northern Minorities Civilian-military Interim regime led by a Yoruba Christian; a contraption by Babangida to continue his administration until his “rightful” Caliphate military successor was ready to emerge. Caliphate military regime led by a Muslim Kanuri agent of the Caliphate. Caliphate military regime led by a Muslim Gwari from Northern Minorities. Civilian non-Caliphate regime led by a Christian Ijaw non-Caliphate man: Caliphate chieftains vowed to make Nigeria ungovernable for him. 181 Civilian Caliphate regime led by a Fulani Caliphate scion BLACK RENAISSANCE NOIRE Civilian non-Caliphate regime, led by a Christian Yoruba agent of the Caliphate. The Caliphate soon came to regard him as a “menace”.