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PDP – The Return of Dictatorship in Nigeria

PDP – The Return of Dictatorship in Nigeria

PDP – The Return of Dictatorship in Nigeria In dictatorship, one person or a small group possess absolute power without effective constitutional limitations. Dictatorship can be traced back to the Roman Republic, where a temporary magistrate was granted extraordinary powers to deal with a state crises. Dictators usually resort to force or fraud to gain despotic political power, which they ...

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Fundamentals of Effective Persuasive Communication

Fundamentals of Effective Persuasive Communication

Fundamentals of Effective Persuasive Communication Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious 1 Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Goke Ilesanmi Being able to successfully persuade ...

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Plans That President Buhari Should Have

Plans That President Buhari Should Have

Plans That President Buhari Should Have The arrival of a new president always comes with certain expectations and certain hopes. Many people want to believe that the new administration is going to be a lot better than the old one, and they want to believe that current societal conditions exist only as consequences of the policies of previous administrations. Many ...

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Three Reasons Why Religious Crisis Is Always Occurring in Nigeria

Three Reasons Why Religious Crisis Is Always Occurring in Nigeria

Three Reasons Why Religious Crisis Is Always Occurring in Nigeria Religious crisis in Nigeria dates back to the 1970’s and till date it still persist. The ancient city of Kano, which is noted for the groundnut pyramid back in the 1980’s, is one of the most volatile spot where religious crisis have occurred in Nigeria. Back then, a certain man ...

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A Look Into Nigeria’s Future Without Oil

A Look Into Nigeria’s Future Without Oil

A Look Into Nigeria’s Future Without Oil Over the past few decades, Nigeria has emerged as one of the key political leaders in Africa. Despite a long history of under-performance, driven primarily by leadership and visioning problems, it remains a key global strategic energy partner. It has crude oil and thus the capacity to influence the dynamics of global commerce ...

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As We Await The Promised Change

As We Await The Promised Change

As We Await The Promised Change It is a good sign for the strengthening of Nigeria’s democracy that a ruling party which had hitherto boasted that it would retain its hold on power for 60 years can be ousted by an opposition party. It amounts to nothing now whether anybody likes the face, the dictatorial profiling or temperament of the ...

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Cultural Diversity in Nigeria: A Blessing or a Curse?

Cultural Diversity in Nigeria: A Blessing or a Curse?

Cultural Diversity in Nigeria: A Blessing or a Curse? Cultural diversity is a phrase generally used in describing a society with people of different ethnic roots which manifest in their languages, mode of dressing, arts, as well as other traditional practices which are either similar or distinctively different from each group. Such traditional practices are highly valued and held with ...

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My Holiday In Nigeria

My Holiday In Nigeria

My Holiday In Nigeria I have just returned from holiday in Nigeria, the most populous African nation. Nigeria is African’s largest oil producer. Apart from the oil, Nigeria is also blessed with very good weather. The weather is so good that it is possible to farm all year round. The weather potential is so huge that if harnessed, Nigeria could ...

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Boko Haram: Need For Review Of Military Expenditure And Strategy

Boko Haram: Need For Review Of Military Expenditure And Strategy

Boko Haram: Need For Review Of Military Expenditure And Strategy Pertinent questions must be asked concerning the Nigerian federal governments and the military’s handling of the Boko Haram insurgency. From inception of incidences of bomb blasts to outright seizing of territories, Boko Haram is defiling the Nigerian government/military and violating Nigerians. No meaningful growth and development can be recorded by ...

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Strategies For Maintaining Peace in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

Strategies For Maintaining Peace in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria

Strategies For Maintaining Peace in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria he Niger Delta, an area of dense mangrove rainforest in the southern tip of Nigeria, comprises nine of Nigeria’s thirty-six states: Abia, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo, Imo, Ondo, and Rivers. The region’s oil accounts for approximately 90 percent of the value of Nigeria’s exports, but the ...

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