Nigeria's democracy cannot be sacrificed at the "altar" of religious crises. It becomes imperative for the citizenry to pull resources together to resolve religious crises for sustainable democracy and national development to thrive.
The content of this term paper is focused on the depreciation of the value of our currency "Naira" which has tremendously affected the economic status of this country.
This topic became necessary and interesting to me owing to the present level of development in Africa, especially Nigeria which is very far behind the technological and economic achievement in developed countries.
The paper examines poverty alleviation policies and programmes of government and constant increase in petroleum products and came to the conclusion that these policies failed to alleviate, instead elevated poverty in the country.
Environment is our surroundings, according to BBC English dictionary. Environment is everything around you that affects your daily life. The term population refers to the number of persons living in a specific geographical area.
Air pollution is a hazard. After sponging most of a day indoors, you may be told by your parents to go outside for a breath of fresh air. But our air is far from fresh or healthy. Since the industrial revolution, we have filled it with waste from burning fuels. This unwanted and harmful waste creates air pollution.
Nigeria is made up of multi-ethnic groups with the population of about 120 million people. The people of Nigeria are being organized into different culture and social groups. These social groups and ways of life required some measures of integration.
Poverty is defined as the state of person(s) lacking in money or other material assets. It is a pervasive, chronic and expanding phenomenon in Nigeria (Ngoddy, 1990).
This study or research was conducted to find out if those who studied abroad are generally better than those who studied at home both in academics and technology.
Environments are basically which equipped individual with the capacity to take though full, positive actions regarding matters which influence their lives, which prepared them or a citizen of a nation for responsible participation in the solution of practical problems in which may arise in the society.
Nigeria, a country of over one hundred and forty million people, Africa's largest country and the country with the slogan "the Giant of Africa". Yet the people of this country are still clamoring for a better deal which has been hampered by the distorted value system of the leaders and widespread electoral malpractice. Which way out?
This material was produced out of thorough research and dedicated efforts on the subject matter. This topic is very timely and enlightening. It has in its contents well articulated chapters each discussing distinct topics.
There are variations in living standards around the globe, as economic growth rates and productivity vary from to nation to nation. Some countries are poor, some are fairly well off, and others are rich, just as some individuals are poor, some fairly well off, and others are considered rich. However, everything is relative, and that is certainly the case with poverty.
Whenever police is mentioned, foul odor looms. However, it is not totally so. This write-up attempts in chapter one to beam its searchlight on the definition, origin and organization of the police, chapter two deals with the roles played by the police while the subsequent chapter tries to balance success and failure of the police in Nigeria.
The contents of this term paper is the prevalence of nepotism in NIgeria's political system.