The problem of development has occupied the attention of scholars, activists, politicians, and development workers local and international organizations for many years with an increased tempo in the last decade.
It is a well-known fact that religion is an aspect of life about which many people think that they are knowledgeable and so claim some degree of expertise.
All nations of the world is divided into developed and developing nations, based on the effectiveness of all sectors of their economy. One cannot talk of proper functioning of the sectors, without highly developed manpower.
Man in no doubt was born into struggle, lived in struggle and finally dies while in struggle. Facing him at the point of his birth were two masters, namely pleasure and pain. This is an experience he must encounter whether he likes it or not.
Poverty is an enemy of man, it humiliates and dehumanizes its victim. This assignment examines poverty alleviation policies and programmes of government. The assignment also defines poverty in respect to causes, effects and alleviation.
Freedom of association is a fundamental right of a human being, which is universally acknowledged and accepted and also entrenched in the grand norm of the nation as reflected in section 40 of the Nigerian Constitution 1999 which states that "Every person shall be entitled to assemble freely and associate with other persons, and in particular he may form or belong to any particular party trade union or any other association for the protection of his interest".
Office of the Vice Chancellor, University of Nigeria. Mid-week Memo volume 1. No. 3
MEANING, NATURE A SCOPE, OBJECTIVES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE I EDUCATION IN NIGERIA