Roadmap to Nigerian Democracy: Issues and Challenges examined the transition from military administration to civilian government in Nigeria. This piece covered the period between 1999 and 2007. It articulated the imbroglio that beclouded the transition with references to some of the inherent paradoxes. The book adopted utilitarianism to recommend the need for good governance that transcends the current practice of democracy in Nigeria. The book built on the utilitarian principle to advocate for a viable democratic culture that centred on sustainable development, adequate social and functional support scheme, which will enhance and guarantee social, economic and political pluralism. This social support scheme must in turn have poverty eradication as its major task. Thus, it has to create an enabling environment where there will be room for free education, free health care services, easy and accessible road network for transportation, etc., knowing full well that democracy that failed to eradicate poverty is not and can never be democracy in the real sense of it.