Frederick Ohen Annotated Bibliography 1: Toyin Falola. (1999). The Greenwood Histories of The Modern Nations: The History of Nigeria. This book contains lot of information regarding pre-colonial Nigeria and how corruption was not prominent until the advent of colonialism. It then takes an in-depth look into European penetration, then Britain’s conquest and rule. 2:Anup Shah. (2009, January). Conflict in Africa-Introduction. Retrieved January 23, 2009, from http://www.Globalissues.com. This website gives the statistics which will allow me provide Nigeria’s current economic status as required. The website also gives the country’s past economic numbers. This would allow me make a comparison between the nation’s economic status when it was first freed from colonialism and now. In addition, the website talks about the governments’ ineffectiveness in resolving this problem, largely because the problem comes from the government itself. Also it lets us know that foreign nations’ contributions have not helped the situation of the country. 3: David Pattern (2007). The Man Leopard Murders: history and society of colonial Nigeria. 4: Nigeria- Protect Anti-Corruption Czar (2008, December). Retrieved January 23, 2009 from http://www.Hrw.org. This is a website with news on the breaking down of corruption in the country by an organization called EFCC. This book gives me yet another look at the origin of corruption in Nigeria. It will help me in talking about corruption in Nigeria before, during and after colonialism. 6: Under Pressure, Anti-Corruption Official in Nigeria Steps Down(2008, January). Retrieved on January 23, 2009 from http://www.washingtonpost.com This website will enable me give up-to-date information on the issue of corruption in the country. For instance, the website just enlightened me on the fact that the head anti-corruption official in Nigeria , Nuhu Ribadu, has stepped down from office.