The 4D thrust in Nigeria’s foreign policy, By Femi Mimiko

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The Akinyemi Doctrine, in the mid-1980s, made it clear that whichever country desired to have Nigeria’s diplomatic support on any issue, must first consult with the latter; suggesting that no one was allowed to take Nigeria’s support for granted. General Ibrahim Babangida’s Economic Diplomacy, with its clear objective of deploying the country’s foreign policy in the promotion of its economic and trade objectives, was also in line with this general orientation.

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