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SOLUTION TO ELECTION RIGGING IN AFRICA

By Ikenna Ibekwe

Solution to election rigging in Africa provides the reader with detailed information on the prevalent electoral crisis rocking the continent of Africa as well as the solution to the crisis. Though well researched work, the reader will be enlightened on the definition and types of election.

Published: 17/06/2008

Tags: rigging, election, electoral commission

Size: 3.57MB

INCIDENCE OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN NIGERIA

By Ikedinma C. Juliet

The case of child abuse and neglect has really poised a problem on our country. Child abuse has arosed in so many ways like emotional, physical and mostly sexual abuse. The topic: Incidences of child abuse and neglect has been effectively treated in this term paper, and it is made up of four chapters.

Published: 12/06/2008

Tags: negelect, child abuse, sexual abuse

Size: 2.60MB

THE PURPOSES OF GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA AND THEIR VOTING BEHAVIOR

By Ijegalu E. C.

This work was conducted to access the Nigerian behavior towards voting and their system of government. In Nigeria, the system of government was adopted initially in genuine form, but the present government has reversed the government to something else. Impeachment, frauds and money laundering is the topic of the senators in the House of Representatives. Corruption has empowered the government.

Published: 19/08/2008

Tags: voting behavior, government, corruption, system of government

Size: 1.23MB

WIDOWHOOD PRACTICS AND RELIGION IN NIGERIA

By Iheaka Helen Sandra

Different societies in Nigeria have different religion disposition as regards widowhood practices in their respective areas. Therefore, examined the agonies that these widows pass through from the time of death of their loved ones (husbands) to the time of their own eventual demise.

Published: 11/09/2007

Tags: WIDOWHOOD, RELIGION, PRACTICES

Size: 1.61MB

The Depreciation Of A Country’s Currency And What Hope is there for the Country?

By Igweze, Chinasa C.

The new strategic policy unveiled by the Central Bank of Nigeria is indeed one hell of a sweeping transformation in Nigeroa's economy. However, revaluation process is a comprehensive and revolutionary, reworking of the depreciated value of Naira (Nigerian Currency), that will return the Naira to its pre 1986 value aligned to the pre-structural Adjustment programme (SAP) regime when it was at par with the United States of America's dollar.

Published: 16/06/2008

Tags: economy, depreciation, currency, survival

Size: 2.46MB

THE REACTYION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

By Igwe Ugochukwu Silas

With improved living standards brought by greater wealth as a result of the recent social, political, and economic development, the problems of environmental pollution in Nigeria has caused loss of lives and agricultural land, air, water and soil all harmed by pollution are necessary for the survival of all living things as a whole.

Published: 15/06/2004

Tags: environmental pollution, industries, population, Federal Government

Size: 3.63MB

HOW DOES LEADERSHIP AFFECT THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

By Igata Hilary U.

Frankly speaking, we all agree that success or failure of a group depends solely on the leadership. Leadership is the exercise of power, or influence on group or organization, communities and nation. A leader has a term of office i.e. leadership position is occupied for a considerable time by the individual at expiration of which another person is elected/appointed.

Published: 23/03/2005

Tags: leadership, development, Igata, 2005

Size: 535.33KB

FIND OUT THE POLITICAL REGION OF THE WORLD, EXPLAIN WHAT YOU MEAN BY POLITICAL REGION, IT SHOULD BE ACCOMPANIED BY THE MAP

By Igata Hilary U.

This term paper is based on political region that draw its contents from different Geography textbooks and Social Studies textbooks to show the political regions of the world and moreover explains its meaning.

Published: 15/06/2004

Tags: world, political region, term paper, Igata

Size: 334.41KB

HOW DOES LEADERSHIP AFFECT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COUNTRY UNDER ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS, AND NYSC PROGRAMME

By Ibe Bartholomew

Few topics have generated as much controversy as leadership and development. A remarkable thing about leadership and development advancement movements, which has spread so widely in every nation.

Published: 11/12/2000

Tags: leadership, development, Ibe, 2000

Size: 184.78KB

The Lukewarm Attitude of Government Encourages Constant Religious Crises: Carefully Evaluate This Assertion

By Ginikanwa, Onyinyechi A.

This critical analysis is a research on the term paper topic "The Lukewarm attitude of Government encourages constant religious crises". As a matter of fact, Nigeria has suffered from this evil trend, religious crisis and it can only be effectively terminated by active participation of government in restraining the people.

Published: 03/06/2008

Tags: lukewarm attitude, religious crises, assertion

Size: 2.16MB

CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF NIGERIA EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL

By Ezugwu Juliet E.

Exportation remains one of the tools that many countries can use to create a favorable image in the eyes of other host countries in which they are exporting their commodities to, in other to satisfy needs profitably. that is why the Nigeria export Promotion Council was established in order to harness the numerous benefits that would accrue to the exporting country.

Published: 23/08/2007

Tags: promotion, evaluation, term paper, critical analysis

Size: 147.08KB

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA AND THE GROWTH OF NSUKKA COMMUNITY

By Ezugwu Ozioma L.

The family of the university of Nigeria, according to Obiechina, E, et al 91986), coincided with the accession of Nigeria to national independence. Its forty-seven years of existence, have therefore, coincided also with the first 47 years of Nigeria's life as a sovereign state. The university also has the only one named after the country while every other university is named after the town or the state in which it is situated or after a distinguished personality.

Published: 18/09/2007

Tags: Nsukka community, term paper, Ezugwu, university of Nigeria

Size: 1.69MB

GOVERNMENT PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION PROGRAMME, ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL IMPLICATION

By Mrs. Eziokwu Egbuka

This privatization and commercialization is an economic
programme by the government to denationalize management
of public enterprises and allow to a greater level the private
ownership and management and create better market
competition and improvement and growth.
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In discussing and analyzing this topic, the work was
divided into three parts:
Part (i) was the introduction and subject matter
description and analysis.
Part (ii) was about societal reaction to the introduction
of privatization and commercialization . of Obasanjo
regime.
Part (ii.2) was privatization in Nigeria
Part (iii) was about economic and political implication.,
Part (iv) was summary and conclusion

Published: 11/07/2006

Tags: commercialization, economic, implication, Eziokwu

Size: 345.79KB

PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MENOPAUSE IN AGING WOMEN

By Ezike, Ifebuche V.

The content of this paper reveals that menopause (the cessation of the monthly menstrual flow) is a 'must come" phenomenon in every woman. It also reveals the major cause of menopause, which are the FREE RADICALS. It goes on to tell us that the eradication of these free radicals amount to the eradication of menopause.

Published: 20/05/2008

Tags: aging women, menopause, psychological

Size: 1.88MB

ISOLATE AN ENVIRONMENT OF YOUR CHOICE AND MENTION AT LEAST FIVE MAN MADE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN THAT ENVIRONMENT

By Ezeugwu Esther O.

Oil has been an integral part of the Nigerian economy since vast reserves of
petroleum were found in the country in the I950s, but exploration and
development of that oii has had severe environmental impacts and human
consequences. Nigeria continues to suffer the detrimental effects on marine
life and human health from constant oil spills, as well as from air pollution
that I-esults fi-om the flaring of associated gas that occurs duling the
production of oil.
The Nigerian government has indicated a dcsire to change this situation, and
in recent years, it has taken actual measures to effect this change. While the
Nigerian government in the past has been reactive, attempting to clean up oil
spills and to deal with environmental damage after it occurs, it realizes the
importance of taking a proactive approach. In this regard, the government is
promoting the performance of environmental risk assessments, prior to
project initiation. Tighter regulation and better enforcement of existing
environmental laws should help stem the degradation of the environment
and prevent the same type of problems in the future.

Published: 16/10/2006

Tags: manmade problems, environment, term paper

Size: 342.74KB