Volume 5, No 4

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  • 1. Role of Intelligence in Foreign Policy Formulation By Assimie, Monima Opiriba & Kingdom Orji
  • 2. Corruption as a Major Obstacle to Stability and Good Governance in Nigeria By M.A Chigbo PhD
  • 3. Symmetries and Dissimilarities in Matrilineal Practises among the Cross River Igbo, 1900-1999 By Charles Okeke Okoko, PhD
  • 4. Mainstreaming Women August Meeting In Southeastern Nigeria towards Community Development By Nwankwo, Samuel C. PhD
  • 5. A Philosophical Assessment of the Effects of Pentecostalism on the Religious and Socio-Economic Landscape of Nigeria By John Clerk Koko PhD
  • 6. A Survey of Support for Liberal Democratic Values within the Nigerian Public By Imuetinyan, Festus. PhD
  • 7. Charlatanism and Ethical Lipservice: The Pedantry in Youth Empowerment By Charles Okeke Okoko, PhD & Chidi Ejikeme Osuagwu, PhD
  • 8. Colonial and Post Colonial Economic Developments in Egbema Society of Niger Delta Hinterland By Frank Amugo
  • 9. Imachi Nkwu among Ndi – Igbo: A Source of Capital Formation By kechukwu Cosmas Ahamefule, PhD
  • 10. A Critique of Dependency Theory and Foreign Aid in Zimbabwe By Ugo Yenimikikuro
  • 11. Issues in Nigeria’s Federalism Before 1967: Resources Control, Minority Question, Democratization and Elections By Michael Aloye Orieso PhD & Charles Osarenomase Osarumwense
  • 12. Literacy as Social Reform, National Security and Development By Agha Eresia-Eke, PhD
  • 13. Queen Iden and the Benin Kingdom By Ebuka-Onuoha Pat Iziengbe By Ebuka-Onuoha Pat Iziengbe
  • 14. Reformative Role of Skill Acquisition and Careers in Visual Arts towards Poverty Reduction in Nigeria By Omuaru, C. G.T. PhD
  • 15. The Executive, Presidential and Parliamentary forms of government: Operational conceptualization into its reality. By Abraham T. O. Stewart, PhD.
  • 16 The Role of Parliamentary Staff and Legislative Aides in the Bill Process of the National Assembly By Ishaka Dele
  • 17. The Role of Women in Civil Struggle, Leadership and Peace-Building Network in Africa By Sambo Johnson Madigwe
  • 18. Transcending Ethnicity in Nigeria’s Political Configurations By Tamunosiki V. Ogan PhD
  • 19. Women As Preys And Predators: Reflections On The Yala Women Experience By Patrick O. Odey
  • 20. The Historical Relevance of Obolo Women Crafts since the Pre-Colonial Period By Romokere Mgbowaji Benson, PhD
  • 21. Text and Context: A Correlative Study of Youth Restiveness in Ahmed Yerima’s Hard Ground and the Omoku Experience By Amiriheobu, Frank Ifeanyichukwu
  • 22. Historical Overview of Gospel Light International Ministries and Its Socialization Influence in Edo State, Nigeria By Matthew Omoruyi OtasowiE PhD & Lateef Kayode Adeyemo PhD
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