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  • 81. AFRICA: THE CHALLENGES OF SURVIVAL

    » CHAPTER ONE EUROPEAN IMPERIALISM IN AFRICA Imperialism is the policy of state aiming at establishing control beyond its borders over people unwilling to accept such control. Because of this unwillingness imperialist policy always involves the use of power against its victims. Therefore the logic of imperialism is power. It does not stand to reason. Power has no limitation. It is a victorious psych...Continue Reading »

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  • 82. IMPACTS OF MODERNIZATION ON CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 Overview Ado and Igede Ekiti are towns in Ekiti State, in the south western part of Nigeria, the dominant region of Yoruba people. These culturally oriented towns traced their origins to Ile Ife; a home town of Legendary Prince called Oduduwa, who was (is) classified as the Father and progenitor of the Yoruba people. Just like any other Yoruba settlement and people, it...Continue Reading »

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  • 83. THE RELATION OF OPC WITH THE PEOPLE OF MUSHIN AND THE GOVERNMENT OF LAGOS

    » CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION Introduction All forms of armed groups which engages in criminal activities such as; ethnic armed groups, militia groups, terrorist, insurgent, vigilantes and gang groups, including cultists pose a great threat to the security of the Nigerian state. Most of these groups use coercive force to achieve political, economic and self relevance social goals in opposition ...Continue Reading »

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  • 84. METHODIST COLLEGE,UZUAKOLI 1923-2012

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Uzuakoli is an ancient chiefdom in Bende Local Government Area of Abia State. It is made up of five villages: Amamba, Eluoma, Ngwu, Amankwo and Agbozu. It is believed that Ozu had five brave sons whose names were Oma, Ngwu, Mbah, Nkwo and Ozo. When these sons grew up, they built their homes a little further away from their father’s, which beca...Continue Reading »

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  • 85. STUDENTS PERCEPTION OF SECRETARIAL PROFESSION IN THE ERA OF INFORMATION AND COMM...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. Background to the study For decades now, fast changes have been taking place in all facets of human life including the office environment. This is as a result of technological advancement. Every office in today’s business world, be it government, industry or other human endeavors, require facts and accurate information for quick decision making. The office worke...Continue Reading »

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  • 86. THE ORGANIZATION OF AFRICAN UNITY (OAU) TO AFRICAN UNION (AU): THE JOURNEY SO FA...

    » CHAPTER ONE ISSUES AND REASONS FOR REGIONAL INTERGRATIONS 1.1 Introduction Regional integration is not a new idea or initiative in Africa. Along with the creation of African common market it has been fueling division of African leaders for the past 45 decade. In fact, the creation of the 0rganisation of African Unity (OAU) in 1964 reflected the awareness, by the leaders of the day that Africans st...Continue Reading »

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  • 87. The Catholic Diocese of Nsukka, 1990-2011

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY What today developed by the working of the Holy Spirit to become the Catholic Diocese of Nsukka, was the most populous and promising zone out of the four zones that comprised the Catholic Diocese of Enugu from where Nsukka Diocese was excised.1 The area called Nsukka Diocese today derived its name from an ancestral and homogeneous town – Nsukk...Continue Reading »

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  • 88. THE ROLE OF MARKET IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF METROPOLITAN KADUNA: A CASE STUDY OF SH...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction It should be noted that this paper is a conscious attempt to uncover and make understandable the many ways in which the Sheikh Mahmud Gumi Market (Central Market) had encouraged, triggered or stimulated the development of the Kaduna metropolis. As such, in order to shade light towards such conscious effort, it is imperative for one to have a clearer and deeper understa...Continue Reading »

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  • 89. A HISTORY OF EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF KURMIN GWAZA DISTRICT FROM 2001 TO 201...

    » CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 General Introduction The evolution of “District Head System” in Northern Nigeria has attracted the attention of many historians and has generated a lot of controversies. In order word, the “District Head System” of local government administration is an issue of intellectual debate. Historian like Smith sees the “District Head Sy...Continue Reading »

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  • 90. ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF BIRNIN TUDU SETTLEMENT IN GUMMI LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO 20...

    » 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, 12o 06N). the village is surrounded by a number of settlement that included Daki Takwas, kwamma, Nasarawa Kifi, Falale, Birnin Magaji, Iyaka, kaiwa and Zauma all i...Continue Reading »

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  • 91. BEACH TOURISM IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF ELEGUSHI BEACH RESORT, LAGOS STATE.

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Tourism is an indispensable tool for development in the country if not the whole world. Despite some of its negative effects on the environment, it is still the devil people cannot do without. A man should ever be ready booted to take his journey whenever tourism is mentioned. Tourism industry is one of the fastest growing industry employing hundreds of millions of people ...Continue Reading »

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  • 92. TITLE PAGE GINGER PRODUCTION IN KACHIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE, 19...

    » Abstract This research however was proved to not only discuss the agricultural patterns of the area but to also focus on the elution of ginger as well as the various patterns that have been employed its cultivation. Existing studies have tended either to ignore or treat this aspect mildly, while a great deal is known about the socio – political and religious history of this area, scholarly w...Continue Reading »

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  • 93. A CRITIQUE OF THE IDEA OF HISTORICISM IN KARL POPPER

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Over the past few years, the word ‘historicism’ appears to have definitely been established in the vocabulary of history and philosophy. Since its meaning has varied greatly and has been obscured, an attempt at some clarification seems in order. Admittedly, the task to define it is a difficult one because the word itself has had no u...Continue Reading »

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  • 94. UNITED NATION PEACEKEEPING IN AFRICA, SOUTHERN SUDAN: EFFECTIVENESS AND PROBLEMS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study The UN Security Council authorizes peace operations by an affirmative vote of nine of the fifteen members without a veto from the five permanent members: the United States, China, France, Russia, the UK. The Security Council has authorized more than fifty peace operations in the years since the Cold War. The UN deploys peacekeeping forces to pre...Continue Reading »

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  • 95. AN APPRAISAL OF ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR OF ELDERLY PEOPLE TOWARDS TELEVISION PROG...

    » INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The media of mass communication have a responsibility in any society where they operate. Neher and Sandain (2007: p.211) assert that people turn to the news media for the accurate reporting of facts so that they can decide what is right and what ought to be done. However, the social responsibility function of the mass media is conflicting with the desire to...Continue Reading »

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  • 96. CULTURAL HERITAGE, ROLES AND SIGNIFICANT OF EYO FESTIVAL

    » ABSTRACT Lagos is a very popular city that almost everybody hears about. The former capital city of Nigeria, and presently the commercial capital of Nigeria, is popularly called the “Centre of Excellence.” The city, called Lagos is in Lagos State, South West Nigeria. Ikeja is the state capital. Lagos city is divided or separated by a Lagoon. Thus, it is in to two parts: the Lagos Islan...Continue Reading »

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  • 97. UNENDING NIGER DELTA CRISES ITS IMPACT ON NIGERIAN NATIONAL SECURITY

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In 2002, an international observation proclaimed the Niger Delta as one of the most volatile regions of the world. This observation came on the heels of incessant crisis which the region have been witnessing for decades but which took alarming dimension in loosing years of the 1990’s and the opening years of the new millennium. The region ...Continue Reading »

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  • 98. A HISTORY OF EKWE COMMUNITY, EARLIEST TIMES TO 2000

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study Ekwe is a community in Isu Local Government Area, Imo State, Nigeria. In Igboland, Ekwe people work mostly as craftsmen, farmers and traders. The most important crop is the yam. Other staple crops include cassava, three leaf yam and cocoyam. The Igbos are also highly urbanized, with some of the largest metropolitan areas, cities and towns in Igbolan...Continue Reading »

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  • 99. NIGERIA CHINA TRADE RELATIONS AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA, 2011-2015

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Over the past several decades, the economies of the world have become greatly connected through international trade and globalization. Foreign trade has been identified as the oldest and most important part of a country’s economic relationship. The basis for foreign trade rests on the fact that nations do differ in their resource endowment, pr...Continue Reading »

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  • 100. OBASANJO’S ADMINISTRATION AND NIGERIA’S INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMACY, 1999 – 20...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study A country’s foreign policy consists of self interest strategies chosen by the state to safeguard its national interests and to achieve its goals within the international relations milieu. It is the aggregate of a country’s national interest which results from the interaction of internal and external forces as perceived by the foreign...Continue Reading »

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