It is often argued that military rule in Nigeria made no positive impact to the country, but this is a fallacy. Apparently, there are many things that were introduced during the military era that actually contributed positively to this country. In this article, i will carefully discuss some of the achievements of military rule in Nigeria. This article is basically to educate scholarly on those positive impacts made by the military in Nigeria and how those impacts affect the country today.

First and foremost, It is important to note that i am not disputing the fact that military rule in Nigeria caused so much damage to the country. This work is only to bring to the notice of every Nigerian that, even though military rule caused so much damage to the country, it also contributed greatly to the progress of Nigeria.

In light of the above, if you have been searching the internet to know the achievements of military rule in Nigeria, this is the right article for you. Here, I will give you a detailed explanation of military rule in Nigeria and its achievements.

Achievements of military rule in Nigeria

Below are some of the achievements of the military in Nigeria:

1. Restorating peace and order during political crisis:

The intervention and restoration of peace and order in 1966 and 1983 when there was serious political crisis in Nigeria is one of the achievements of the military in Nigeria. This is also responsible for the continued existence of the entity known today as Nigeria. The military was able to achieve this by containing and smoothening the secessionist quest of the default Eastern region.

Military intervention in 1966 put paid to the attempt of politicians to use the army to perpetuate themselves in power. This was indeed one of the achievements of the military in Nigeria.

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