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Maiden State Conference programme of Events & Information Brochure

By National Institute Of Marketing Of Nigeria Enugu State Chapter

Maiden State Conference programme of Events & Information Brochure

Published: 02/12/2018

Size: 27.65MB

HOW DOES LEADERSHIP AFFECT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COUNTRY?

By Muoghalu Elizabeth C.

Leadership is the exercise of powers, or influence on a group, organization, communities and nations. There is a relationship between leadership and followership, both of them have a common goal.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: leadership, development, Muoghalu, 1999

Size: 285.22KB

THE LIFE STYLE OF THE PEOPLE OF NIGERIA

By Moses A. Ejeh

Nigeria is the largest country in Africa. Its population according to the last National Head Count exercise is about 100 million. the country has a diverse culture and has over 250 ethnic groups spread across the country.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: life style, political system, Moses

Size: 1.42MB

THE CONTINUED POLLUTION OF THE OZONE LAYER AND THE LIFESPEN OF THE PRESENT GENERATION

By Morba Chinenye Vivian

The term paper is purposely written to examine the continued pollution of the ozone layer and the life span of the present generation, which has given birth to or brought about some major problems, which endangers the life of man.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: pollution, ozone layer, lifespan of present generation, term paper

Size: 133.47KB

MARITAL INSTABILITY IN NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS ON GROWING CHILDREN

By Mirikweh, Olusola April

This work addresses the issue of marital instability in Nigeria and effects on children. It looks at the causes of marital instability and its effects on children and the society as a whole.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: growing children, marital instability, term paper

Size: 146.41KB

THE PLIGHT OF CURRENT CIVIL SERVANTS AND THE CONSTANT CHANGE IN RETIREMENT POLICY

By Michael, Chukwudi

According to Adamolekun (2002), "the term that is most commonly used as the synonym of the machinery of government is the civil service". In Britain and other commonwealth countries, the term civil service is used in two ways.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: retirement policy, civil servants, term paper

Size: 211.60KB

EXAMINE THE 2007 NIGERIAN GENERAL ELECTION AND PETITIONS TO ELECTORAL TRIBUNALS

By Mechie Immaculata Ihuoma

the term paper is written to enlighten us on the political activities of our country Nigeria. The way the elections were held, i.e, the state government election of 14th April. The people's opinion concerning the election results and violence due to the refusal by electoral authorities to address some matters.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: 2007 general election, petitions, electoral tribunals, term paper

Size: 950.75KB

RELIGION AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA: THE WAY FORWARD

By Mbata Ikenna H. N.

According to Oxford Advanced Learners' Dictionary of current English, sixth edition, religion is defined as : the belief in the existence of a god or gods and the activities that are connected with the worship of them. It is also defined as one of the systems of faith that are based on the belief in the existence of a particular god or gods.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: religion, politics, term paper, Mbata

Size: 1.02MB

THE CONTINUED POLLUTION OF THE OZONE LAYER AND THE LIFESPEN OF THE PRESENT GENERATION

By Mbah, Mary Amarachi

It is no longer a hidden fact that the ozone layer which protects all life on earth from excessive UV exposure is presently being depleted at alarming rates as a result of increased release of harmful compounds known as ozone depleting substances mainly by human activity.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: pollution, ozone layer, lifespan of present generation, term paper, Mbah

Size: 222.09KB

THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF GRADUATES UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA

By Mbaekwe Maduabuchi Chukwudi

The production of this paper was propelled by the need to address the devastating effect of increasing unemployed graduates of tertiary institutions in Nigeria. This trend was caused by the attitudes and dispositions of the present and past leaders of the country.

Published: 26/05/2008

Tags: socio-economic, unemployment, graduates, term paper

Size: 175.02KB

EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF NATIONAL RESOURCES IN NIGERIA AN INSURMOUNTABLE PROBLEM

By Mazi, Ngozi

The distribution of national resources in Nigeria has always been a controversial matter. Nigeria is made up of six geopolitical zones and the struggle for sovereignty and economic power has led to the marginalization of some of these geopolitical zones.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: NATIONAL RESOURCES, DISTRIBUTION, INSURMOUNTABLE, TERM PAPER

Size: 158.37KB

RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: THE NIGERIA CASE

By Makata Edwin Emeka

Incidents of religious intolerance in Nigeria run like a colossus. Nigeria has witnessed enormous incidents of religious intolerance in recent times. When these incidents of religious intolerance occur, many lives are lost, property running into hundreds of millions of Naira are destroyed.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: religious intolerance, national development, Nigeria case

Size: 1.46MB

RELIGION AND MORAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

By Maduka Mouldene Kelechi

An adequate definition of religion is very difficult to achieve. However, this difficulty has not stopped people from attempting to define religion.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: religion, moral education, term paper, Maduka

Size: 293.92KB

SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIA: A CRITICAL EVALUATION

By Madueke Nonso Kizito

This paper contains a critical evaluation of social justice and human rights in Nigeria. How it has been improperly and partially dispensed to Nigerian citizens, and some efforts put forward so far by the citizens and the government alike towards eradication of social injustice and infringement of human rights in Nigeria.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: social justice, human rights, equity, social security, term paper

Size: 2.01MB

THE CONTINUED POLLUTION OF THE OZONE LAYER AND THE LIFESPEN OF THE PRESENT GENERATION

By Madubuike Chidiebube C.

When the great American geographer George Peskins wrote man and Nature in 1864, in which he surveyed the ways in which man has transformed the Earth's surface, he considered the various ways in which humans might affect the quality of the atmosphere and nature of the earth's climate. However, just over 100 years later, it is this very area that is the cause of greatest concern to many scientists and to others interested in environmental matters.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: pollution, ozone layer, lifespan of present generation, term paper

Size: 1.72MB