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  • 1. The Arab-Israeli Conflict and United States Geo-Strategic and Economic Interests...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Conflict is an inescapable phenomenon of human life both at the interpersonal or international level.1 The prevalence of conflict, its management and prevention are therefore critical areas of international relations. Conflict comes in varied forms. They could be interstate, arising from perennial disagreements between States; intra state civil conflicts which may come in ...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. A HISTORICAL STUDY OF THE DOCTRINE OF DIGANCI AND DIGAWA RELIGIOUS GROUP

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction In the history of Islam, doctrinal divisions, which led to the emergence of sects are inevitable phenomena as are believed to have been prophesied by the Prophet Mohammed (S.A.W).1Also, the concept of renewal (Tajdeed) is based on another tradition of the Prophet (PBUH).2 The tradition implies that a renewer (Mujaddid) of Islam would be sent at the...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. THE HISTORY OF KOLA NUT TRADE

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction Despite the economic revolutions which hit Nigerian vegetable products following the advent of Europeans occupation, the kola nut remains the only produce the value of which still seems to exceed the money paid for it....Continue Reading »

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  • 4. HISTORY OF MUSLIM-CHRISTIAN ACTIVITIES

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction Ankpa Local Government Area of Kogi State was created out of the Igala native authority (INA) in 1979.1The Local government underwent a political subdivision when Omala and Olamaboro Local Government Area were carved out in 1989 and 1991 respectively. Ankpa local Government Area has a population of 267,353 according to the 2006 National census.2 Ig...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. URBANIZATION AND INDUSTRIALIZATION IN NIGERIA

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The aim of this chapter is to introduce the study, Urbanization and Industrialization in Nigeria: A Case Study of Kaduna Metropolis, 1957 2007. To achieve this objective thechapter will be organized as follows: Introduction; the aims and objectives of the study; the statement of the Research problem; Scope of the study; Justification of the study; Litera...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF BIRNIN TUDU SETTLEMENT

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction Brinin Tudu village is a rural settlement presently under Gummi local government area in Zamfara state. It is about Twenty One (21) kilometers away from Gummi town. Gummi town is located along latitude (Lat, 12o06N). the village is surrounded by a number of settlement that included Daki Takwas, kwamma, Nasarawa Kifi, Falale, Birnin Magaji, Iyaka, kaiwa and Zauma all in...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. THE EMERGENCE OF SARAUTAR MAGAJIN GARIN FUNTUA

    » CHAPTER ONE: GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction: The traditional title of Magajin Gari is used only in some part of Hausa land such as Sokoto, Katsina, Kano and Zamfara States. However in other parts of Hausaland, the functions of the Magajin Gari were performed by the Galadima, it was Sultan Muhammad Bello, who in the early 1820s first created the office of the Magajin Garin in Sokoto. The off...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. THE EVOLUTION OF RIJAU DISTRICT

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction The present Rijau is not what it used to be. At present, there are a lots of development in terms of diversified languages, land, infrastructure, roads hospital, schools, electricity etc. in the town. Before the coming of immigrants, Rijau was known to be one single compound with various household units within it. It was located on top of a hill ca...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. A HISTORY OF GUSAU IN THE COLONIAL PERIOD

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY This research is an attempt to study the History of Gusau district in the colonial period, 1903 1960. Gusau district is one of the Districts that emerged following the jihad movement of the nineteenth century in Hausa land, led by the legendary Sheikh Usmanu Danfodiyo. It was founded around 1799 by Mallam Muhammadu Sambo, (Dan Ashafa) a ...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. NIGERIA ECONOMIC POLICY UNDER THE MILITARY

    » CHAPTER ONE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF ECONOMIC POLICY AND THE NIGERIA SITUATION 1.0 INTRODUCTION Policy means a plan action agreed or chosen by government, a business or organization. It is a principle of behavior or belief that influences how one behave. It can also be defined as government programmes of action, which is what government intend to do and how they intend to do or achieve it.1 Economic p...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. A CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS OF MUYIDEEN ADIO JAJI’S STUNTED SCULPTURES

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Traditional African art was generally characterized by its relative functionality and aesthetics. Art was a functional and necessary part of everyday life for traditional Africans. Religion, government, education, work and entertainment were all inter related components in traditional African societies. Whether tangible or intangible, all forms of artistic expressions were...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. Slavery in Sokoto City

    » ABSTRACT Many references have been made to slavery in ‘Sokoto City’ by scholars who have written on the political, social, economic, military and intellectual history of the Sokoto Caliphate. These references, which are scattered in their nature, suggest that slavery was important to the society, economy and political life of the centre of the Caliphate during the nineteenth century an...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. Nigerian Migration Trend and the Issues of Brain Drain

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study A visit to any of the busy airports in Nigeria such as Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos or Akanu Ibiam International Airport in Enugu, you will notice the great out flux of Nigerians into many countries. More so Nigerians finding their way to more developed regions is becoming a function of employment driven nature of Nigerian emigrat...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. Socio-religious Analysis of the Effects of Modernity on Igbo Families

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The Igbo people live in the eastern part of Nigeria. They are bounded in the East by the Efik and Ibibio who seem to share some cultural similarities with the Igbo. In the North are the Idoma and the Igala while in the West are the Benin, the Urhobo and the Isoko ethnic groups. The Ogoni and the Ikwere are in the South. Majority of the Igbo live...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. A Study in Inter-group Relations Between Ukwuani and the Urhobo People Until 190...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION This work is on the inter group relations between Ukwuani and Urhobo peoples up to 1900. One aspect of Ukwuani and Urhobo history that has not received much attention from historians in recent times, is the effect of inter group relations between them. Many have written on the various aspects beginning with the origin, culture and annual festivals of the Ukwuani’s an...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE AND ADMINISTRATION OF CONFLICT RESOLUTION

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION It is now widely recognized that peaceful settlement of dispute within the framework of the united nations charter requires an intergrated and coordinated approach, combining more than one category of strategies of dispute settlement. A welcome development, in this regard, is the increasing resources to the international court of justice parallel to the methods of dispute ...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. A HISTORY OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

    » ABSTRACT This is the fact that under proper management of economic policies, multinational corporations are the bed rock for developing countries and national integration as it provide greater opportunities by exploration and discovery of our major mineral resources were made possible by the MNCS(Multinational Corporations). And also, our major transport networks were mostly developed by the corpo...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. THE ADMINISTRATION OF COLONIAL TAXATION IN ZARIA PROVINCE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY By 1900, the partition of Africa among the colonizing powers of Europe France, Britain, Germany, Belgium, Dutch, Italy and Portugal was practically completed. Though, the detailed demarcation of the colonial boundaries was still to be achieved, the general outlines were already clear and agreed upon.1 This accomplishment set the pace for a new f...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. ECOWAS PROTOCOL ON FREE MOVEMENT AND TRANS BORDER SECURITY (NIGERIA AND BENIN RE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Free movement and trans border security has been the crucial point of various regional and sub regional organizations across the world. Available evidences indicate that human movement and security issues in West Africa have been in existence from time immemorial. Trade, search for pasture, urbanisation, agriculture, mining, industrial productio...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. 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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