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Culture as a Catalyst for National Development: 'The Bende Experience'

By Prof. Victor Ukaogo

Culture as a Catalyst for National Development: 'The Bende Experience'

Published: 20/02/2020

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Bende Youths Must Awaken the Spirit of Greatness in Them

By Prof. Victor Ukaogo, and Nduoma Okoroafor

Bende Youths Must Awaken the Spirit of Greatness in Them

Published: 03/03/2018

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POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMS IN NIGERIA AND CONSTANT INCREASE IN PETROLEUM UTOPIAN ASSUMPTION

By Ugwu Chinwendu

POVERTY ALLEVIATION PROGRAMS IN NIGERIA AND CONSTANT INCREASE IN PETROLEUM UTOPIAN ASSUMPTION

Published: 28/02/2019

Tags: poverty alleviation, petroleum prize increase,

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INDIGEENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE ACADEMY IN AFRICA: THE CUPIP MODEL

By Obikeze D. S.

INDIGEENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE ACADEMY IN AFRICA: THE CUPIP MODEL

Published: 27/05/2004

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THE OTONTI NDUKA MANDATE: From Tradition to Modernity.

By T. Uzodinma Nwala

THE OTONTI NDUKA MANDATE: From Tradition to Modernity.

Published: 15/03/2007

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Nigeria: Path to Unity and Stability Abuja National Constitutional Conference (1994-95)

By Nwala, Uzodinma T.

Nigeria: Path to Unity and Stability Abuja National Constitutional Conference (1994-95)

Published: 06/07/1997

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THE OTONTI NDUKA MANDATE: From Tradition to Modernity.

By T. Uzodinma Nwala

THE OTONTI NDUKA MANDATE: From Tradition to Modernity.

Published: 15/03/2007

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SOIL SCIENCE AS A NOBLE PROFESSION

By Nwaimo Chimezie

SOIL SCIENCE AS A NOBLE PROFESSION

Published: 08/09/2007

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The Rise and Fall of Social Studies in Nigerian Education System

By Nwagu, Eric K. N.

The Rise and Fall of Social Studies in Nigerian Education System

Published: 02/12/2018

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Application of Experts Systems to Soil Conservation Planning

By Mbajiorgu, Constantine C.

Application of Experts Systems to
Soil Conservation Planning

Published: 24/09/1996

Tags: Expert Systems, VP-Expert, Knowledge Base, Erosion, Soil Conservation Planning, Universal Soil-loss Equations, Soil Properties

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Macroeconomic Variables Volatility and Economic Growth in Nigeria (1970 - 2005)

By Asogwa, Fredrick Onyebuchi

Low output growth in Nigeria have been attributed to a riumber offacto~ssu ch as poor technology, demographic factors, social conditions, poor macroeccwomic policies, insufficient infrastructural facilities and high dependence on primary products What however, attracts lesser attention is the interface between output growth and
macroeconomic fluctuations. It is not only that output ~rowth is low but it fluctuates beyond the expectations of different macroeconomic analysts There have been varying rcsults among different existing empirical studies on the determinants of output growl11 in Nigeria.

Published: 04/07/2008

Tags: Macroeconomic Variables Volatility and Economic Growth in Nigeria (1970 - 2005)

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Facilitating the training of teachers on the use of computers in teaching mathematics

By Dr. K. Olayiwola Usman

The study was designed to examine the readiness of institutions that prepare teachers to facilitate the training of mathematics..

Published: 19/09/2018

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Mass Creativity and African Development

By Professor E.j. Otagburuagu(ed)

Widespread and growing poverty, unemployment, hunger, crime, and related crisis in African remain the single biggest embarrassment and challenge to the peoples of the continent, both at home and in Diaspora. African Heads of State and Government have come to the conclusion that it is time to rethink the continent’s development.

Published: 12/12/2006

Tags: Mass Creativity, Poverty, Unemployment, Hunger, Crime, African Development, 2006

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Literacy And Scholarship In Muslim West Africa In The Pre- colonial Period

By J. O. Hunwick

It is one of the curious ironies of history that in modern times, the Muslim peoples of West Africa have often been labelled by their Christian countrymen as 'backward', 'uneducated' and even 'illiterate'. It may be explained that these terms are not to be understood in an absolute sense and indeed, the implicit assumption behind such remarks is that the Muslims are 'backward' in regard to European-inspired technology and science, that they are 'uneducated' in terms of a school system and curriculum derived from European models and 'illiterate' in regard to the ability to read and write a European language expressed in the Roman alphabet. These same people, however, may be able to read and write Arabic with ease and perhaps also exkess their mother tongue with the help of Arabic characters and may have been receiving instruction since childhood in a system which had its origins in Fez or Cairo a thousand years ago. Such persons belong to an in- tellectual tradition in West Africa which studied Logic and Prosody as well as the legal and theological sciences in 16th century Timbuktu; a tradition to which belonged a man such as Muhammad Rello who thanked the first European visitor to his court profusely for the gift of a copy of Euclid, since his own had recently been destroyed in a fire.' Until the turn of this century, the Muslims of West Africa represented, in general, the educated elite, for though, in terms of scientific and industrial advancement they were far behind the Europeans whose technology was advancing inland from the coasts, Muslim societies possessed and had possessed for centuries a technological instrument which gave them an advantage over other neighbouring societies and which these non-Muslim societies were often anxious to share- the technology of writing. In the first of these two lectures, I want to examine the origins of this technology in the West African context and the role which literacy has played in the history of West African Muslim societies.

Published: 23/03/1972

Tags: muslim, West Africa, scholarship, literacy

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Construction, Operation and Maintenance of family- sized Biogas Digester

By Dr. (mrs.) E.o. Uzodinma

Nigeria is richly blessed with various sources of energy both renewable and non- renewable. However, the conventional energy resources such as petroleum, natural gas and coal exploited at commercial quantities are non-renewable and cannot sustain the economy for a long time. There has been a constant period of energy crisis which has manifested in the form of frequent shortages of energy-giving petroleum products and erratic grid electricity supply. This persistent energy problem in the country has disrupted major productive economic activities mostly in the industrial sector where effective operation of machinery and equipment is dependent on energy; artisans like welders, transport industry and households have also been adversely affected.
Climate change due to increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases , namely: carbon dioxide, methane, carbon monoxide, oxides of sulphur, chlorofloro carbons (CFCs) and some oxides of nitrogen, pose threat to human society. The chemicals act by changing the living and working environment to which society has adapted over the generations.

Published: 10/04/2014

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