Nigerian Political culture and security challenges is a magnificent book based on characteristically intensive research. It presents an evaluation and analysis of the Myriad of Security Challenges that has plagued Nigeria as a nation since Independence. It takes a critical and analytical look at the Defense and Security establishments, including the very peculiar but dynamic political culture and character of the Nigerian people. It lucidly delineates the innate characteristics of the Nigerian psyche and ardently reveals the factors that drive Nigerian exceptionalism and Rugged Individualism. The book also diligently underscores the geopolitical significance of Nigeria as an atypical nation in the West African Sub-region, with an adept illustration of its uncompromising Afro-centric foreign policy. It is no doubt a devastating indictment of the insensitive political class, an exposition of the plight of ordinary Nigerians, and the ultimate tragedy of unfettered power. Audaciously written like no other literature on Nigeria's political history, Mosindi's book is a classic devoid of political correctness and therefore a compelling read.