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Ismael Musah Montana

, Nigeria signed, but did not ratify an agreement with the EEC. Similar steps were followed 1969 by three East African states — Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania — in an attempt to create an economic community, known as the Arusha agreement, which was signed and came into effect in 1971, and which was based on

Mfaniseni Fana Sihlongonyane

.), African Political Systems , pp. 25-54. London: Oxford University Press. 1954 Rituals of Rebellion in South East Africa . Manchester: Manchester University Press. 1956 Custom and Conict in Africa . Oxford: Blackwell. G REENB ERG , S.B. 1980 Race and State in Capitalist Development: Comparative

Charles Manga Fombad

nominated by the Kenyan Anti-Corruption Advisory Board; and one person nominated by the Association of Professional Societies of East Africa. The nominating bodies are to send two names of both genders to the National Assembly for the latter to select one. The Selection Panel is to invite applications from

Alemu Aye Mengistu

experience can be directly extrapolated, these cases can still provide useful contrasts and lessons for other least diversifi ers in Africa. East African countries such as Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia have recently increased exports by diversifying into non-traditional exports, typi- cally, vegetables, fruits

DANIEL AYANA

, ROBERT & PHILIP HAMMOND 1980 Varieties of Civil Religion. San Francisco: Harper & Row. BERGER, IRIS 1981 Religion and Resistance: East African Kingdoms in the Pre-Colonial Period. Tervuren, Belgique: Muscc Royal de l'Afriquc Ccntralc. BERGER, PETER L. 1969 The Social Reality of