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Politics of sharia in Nigeria’s ‘Far North’ and the fallacy of ‘secularity principle of state’

Politics of sharia in Nigeria’s ‘Far North’ and the fallacy of ‘secularity principle of state’

Title: Politics of sharia in Nigeria’s ‘Far North’ and the fallacy of ‘secularity principle of state’
Author: Alao, Olatunji E.
Year: 2019
Periodical: Revista de Estudios Africanos (ISSN 2695-5350)
Volume: 0
Pages: 144-164
Language: English
Geographic term: Nigeria
External link: https://revistas.uam.es/index.php/reauam/article/view/reauam2019.0.007

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