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The fate f African Traditional Relition in the Jet Age of Civilization
The term paper topic Examine the 2007 Nigerian General election and petitions to electoral tribunals is written t enlighten us on the political actives of our country Nigeria. The way the elections were held i.e. the state government election of 14th April.
GOVERNMENT INFLUENCE IN BUSINESS SINCE INDEPENDENCE OF NIGERIA
Critically Analyze The Relevance of the Continued Existence Of Non-Functional Local Government System in Nigeria
The Proliferation Of Religious Organization As Against The Increase in Moral Decadence In Nigeria (A Critical Analysis)
An analysis is made of 43 children and 15 adult female patients who presented with
post-circumcision complications at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital,
Enugu, between January 1973 and December 1980; 57 patients had been circumcised
within 21 days of birth and one patient in the seventh month of her first
pregnancy. Age of presentation varied with the severity of the symptoms: 21
children and 11 adults presented with varying degrees of labial occlusion, while
9 children and 4 adults had im~lantation dermoids. Urinary retention was the
problem in 12 children and one adult
In Nigeria, circumcision of females varies among different tribal groups, the type of operation employed being determined by traditional and religious beliefs. In the Muslim North, the Sunna Circumcision being the variety advocated by most authorities on Islam, is popular. Among the mainly Christian and Animist Igbos of the South however, the procedure of choice is the Simple Excision, called "Ibe-Ugwu", in which the clitoris is excised, with or without the labia minora. Infibulation, or "Pharoanic Circumcision", which involves the removal of the clitoris, the labia minora and majora, with near obliteration of the introitus, is uncommon in Nigeria.
In a previous articlehe presented details of the Simple Excision method as practised in Igboland of Nigeria. This paper discusses the management of urinary complications following the operation
Nigeria's Government has lost the latest battle in the war against the unions. The government has to pressure and moderated its planned petrol price rises. But economists say the government is storing up trouble for itself in the future.
Bulletin of the Institute of African studies University of Nigeria, Nsukka