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  • 1. TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN OMU-ARAN DURING THE COLONIAL ERA

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1. INTRODUCTION: Omu Aran is the most populous and largest town in igbominaland of kwara state. The town was originally called “Omu” but was later changed to Omu Aran about 1400 when the people moved finally to the present site. The name “Omu” was derived from Omutoto, the woman whose children established the first settlement at Odo Omu between the 13th and 14...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. THE IMPACT OF ISLAM ON THE PEOPLE OF OFFA (1803-2003)

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Among the core fundamental human rights allotted to every Nigerian citizen is the fundamental right of freedom of religion. Also, Nigerians, like many of their counterparts across the world, have the rights to peaceful religious assembly and association , without being disgraced, discriminated against or trampled upon provided it is done withou...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. NIGERIA’S ROLE IN THE FORMATION OF A REGIONAL ORGANIZATION: A CASE STUDY OF EC...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Nigeria has since Independence been playing a significant leadership role in the West African Sub region and indeed the African continent. Africa has remained the centerpiece of Nigeria’s foreign policy since independence in 1960. With a population of about 150 million people, almost one quarter of the African continent and being endowed w...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. SOCIO ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ORON PEOPLE IN THE PRE-COLONIAL ERA

    » Chapter one Introduction 1.1 Background of the study The continent of Africa, like other continents in the world, has been the stage upon which the drama of human development and cultural differentiations has been played since the beginning of known history. Yet until very recently, the history of the great continent, its diverse cultural patterns and even the potential of the people, have been th...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. THE EVALUATION OF CHALLENGES FACED UNITED NATIONS’ PEACE KEEPING IN AFRICA (A ...

    » ABSTRACT This study was carried out to critically evaluate the challenges faced United Nations peace keeping in Africa using Somalia as a case study. The study examines the history, theory and concept of conflict, conflict resolution and peacekeeping, and then made use of the Somalia crisis to generalize the demanding task of United Nations Peace Keeping Operation in Africa. The main focus was to ...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. NIGERIA’S ROLE IN THE INTEGRATION OF WEST AFRICAN STATES

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY One motive that influenced the creation of almost all the West African International Governmental Organizations (IGOs) is the unity which has its origin in the Pan African movements (UNECA 1983). According to Essien (2006) efforts at regional and sub regional integration in Africa go back to the immediate post colonial period. It was see...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. CALABAR CARNIVAL AND THE PROMOTION OF INDIGENOUS CULTURE IN CROSS RIVER

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background of study In a bid to develop cultural tourism in Nigeria, a number of states of the Federation have recently developed carnivals in which they showcase aspects of Nigerian and popular cultures in street performances. Cross River State, Rivers State, Lagos State, and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja are at the forefront of this initiative. Carnival Calaba...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  238 engagements | 

  • 8. CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY: CASE STUDY OF OBASANJO’S AD...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Foreign policy can be defined as a self interest strategy put in place by the state to safeguard its national interests and also to achieve its goals within an international environment. Foreign policy is a set of principles that define the objectives a given state pursues in process of its interactions with other international actors. The ancie...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. THE IMPACT OF MASS MEDIA ON NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY, FROM 1999 TO 2007

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Thomas Shelling, defined foreign policy as complicated and disorderly, difficult or predict, full of surprises, demanding parts choice that must be base on judgment rather than analysis taking place in a world that changes rapidly. That memory and experience are likely out of data (Foreign policy project the image of a country) (Strategies of co...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. NIGERIAN FOREIGN POLICY UNDER GENERAL IBRAHIM BADAMOSI BABANGIDA (1985–1993)

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY’ Africa as noted by Chaplan (1966:376), “is an important strategic arena in contemporary world politics”. Osuntokun (1999:19) argues further “being the most populous black country in the world, Nigeria is being compelled to shoulder willingly and unwillingly the leadership of the black world. This led to Nigeria’s feel...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. PROBLEMS AND ISSUES OF THE POLICE FORCE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study The Nigeria police force came into existence 1st April 1930, when amalgamated, forming the Nigeria police with its headquarters in Lagos, commanded by an inspector general Mr. Dunca in 1937. But before then, it had its origin in Lagos in 1861 when consol William McCoskry at the time complained to his home government for over the numerous duties assi...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. NIGERIAN FOREIGN POLICY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SINCE INDEPENDENCE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study The history of Nigerian foreign policy since 1960 has constantly been changing, though the principles guiding its foreign relations remain the same.[1] Nigerian leaders are largely responsible for these unstable external relations. Since Nigeria’s foreign policy is deeply rooted in Africa with strategic emphasis on political and economic coope...Continue Reading »

    54 pages |  139 engagements | 

  • 13. THE EFFECT OF NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR ON THE ECONOMY OF NIGERIAN CIVIL 1967-1985

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of Study Nigeria in October 1 1960 gained independence from British colonial rule, three years later there was crisis in the polity as a result of the 1963/1964 general census in which there was financial corruption, ethnic politics and abuse of power by the politicians and leaders. As a result of this crisis, the western regional thuggery, riot in the North and...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. UBULU-UKWU AND HER NEIGHBORS FROM 1900-1950

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study This study examines Ubulu Ukwu and her neighbours from 1900 up to 1950. Every nation, region, area, clan and settlement has its own story to tell about its culture, origin, political structure, socio economic relations, monarchy, and so on. This is also the case of Ubulu Ukwu and its Neigbhours since every tradition has one or two similarities with ...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. COLONIALISM IN FRANTZ FANON’S THOUGHT: AN APPRAISAL

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1Background to the Study Colonization is a process of control by which a central system of power dominates another land and its people and resources, it dates back to the 15th century during the period of discovery and cuts across all corners of the world. . It has existed in almost all periods of world history in different degrees of expression and it is still in existe...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. BURIAL RITES OF CHIEFS IN AGBOR KINGDOM FROM 1900-2012

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction The people of Agbor kingdom are a highly cultured people. Their cultural life is one that projects a true and typical African tradition. Over the century, their cultural ties and links with different people have not only broadened their own cultural life but have also enriched it. The Agbor people attached a great deal of importance to the traditional burial rites of t...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT POLICY ON OIL PALM PRODUCTION, USING (NIFOR) NIGERIA INSTIT...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to Study The region presently known as Nigeria existed as distinct autonomous regions. It was thus recognized as; the western region, eastern region and the northern region respectively. Be that as it may, each regions were rich in natural resources. So that their environmental conditions had substantial impacts on the said regions.1 Notable in this regard i...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. THE ROLE OF UNITED NATIONS IN PEACE KEEPING A CASE STUDY OF SUDAN

    » CHAPTER ONE ­­ INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The history of recent violent conflict in Sudan goes back to the August 1955 mutiny by the Torit Garrison Headquarters of the army`s Equatorial corps in Sudan.1 This mutiny was a result of discontent and disappointment over the Sudanization process dominated by the Northern Arab Islamic elites in the centre who dominated the civil ser...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. INTER-GROUP RELATIONS BETWEEN IGALA AND ASABA UPTO 1900

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION This research work examines the inter group relations between the Igala and Asaba communities up to 1900 it also considers the traditions of origin and migration of both groups and the establishment of an historical links between the Igala and Asaba communities. However, the inter group relations is analysed under some broad headlines which are socio political economic and...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. ORIGINS OF ETHNICITY IN NIGERIA, SIDE BY SIDE WITH BRITISH POLICIES

    » TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION CHAPTER TWO: THE COLONIAL LEGACY CHAPTER THREE: POST COLONIAL PERIOD CHAPTER FOUR: CHALLENGES OF ETHNICITY TO NATIONAL INTEGRATION CHAPTER FIVE: CONCLUSION CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study The point need to be made that many of what we call ethnic groups in Nigeria today are in fact nationalities, some of which boast of higher populations...Continue Reading »

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