Compared to the situation up to the late 1970s, academic publishing in Africa and its concomitant effect of scholarly research has declined in terms of output, quality and regularity of a publications (Olukoju, 2002). This reflects the general decline in the standards and funding of education, a consequence of prolonged military rule characterized by lack of accountability and thinly veiled culture of obscurantism (Olukoju, 2002). He also stressed the problem of collapsed currency, owing to plunder, and mismanagement by the country’s military rulers and their civilian collaborations.
Amusan, A.O. and Olanisimi, Dele
"Academic Journal Publishing in Nigeria: Issues, Challenges and Prospects,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 3.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol9/iss2/3