Entries on Corruption
The study investigated the impact of corrupt-political system in Nigeria and examined its psychological implications on the youth. Participants were 500 male and female Nigerian youths, 250 males, 250 females from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The age range was between 20 to 30 years, with a mean age of 25 years. An instrument used for the study was the corrupt political system (CPS) developed and validated by the researcher. The result showed that participants who responded yes to the items of the questionnaire had a mean score of 488.43 and SD of 25.72 while those who responded no had a mean of 40.56 and SDof 12.61. The chi-square analysis of yes and no responses was x2 (1) =P<. 001. The researcher recommended that the operators of the electoral system should maintain free and fair elections in order toavoid duplicity in the political system.
EXPLORE FULL CONTENTS OF THIS BOOK TO LEARN MORE, BELOW SHOWS THE HIGHLIGHTS OF EACH CHAPTER:Chapter 1: Glow Like Moon (What Does It Mean For You To Glow Like Moon)Chapter 2: The Lady With Focus (What The lady with focus can offer to help you glow like Moon)Chapter 3: Inner Healing (Before you begin to live towards your aspirations, you must first be in a good relationship with yourself by aligning with your inner-mind)Chapter 4: Spirituality (After you align with yourself, you must strive to be in good terms with God, unless your enemies will never allow you to succeed in your aspirations)Chapter 5: Network, Connect & Relate (If God is on your side and Man is not there to help, how will you then succeed? You must connect with people you meet to succeed)Chapter 6: Power To Succeed (Anything the human mind can believe, the human mind can achieve; this is the Supreme Secret. You have the power to succeed and you must be positive about this fact)Chapter 7: Peace of Mind (“You mustn’t be rich or have connection to be great”. Wealth without inner peaceful mind is simply empty, keep calm and let your mind always be at peace because greatness does not come without peace of mind).
The Colossian household code (Col. 3.18-4.1) is structured in three pairs of reciprocal relationships: wife-husband, children-father, and slave-master. This code, on the one hand, enjoins the submission of wives to their husbands, obedience of children to their parents and obedience of slaves to their masters as their Christian duty. On the other hand, the code enjoins husbands to love their wives and not to be harsh with them, fathers not to infuriate their children, and masters to treat their slaves fairly. Literally speaking, this code suggests that the wife, children and slaves are subordinate members of the Christian household, while the husband, father or master – paterfamilias- is the dominant member of the Christian household. The Colossian code has been criticised as unjust and therefore unfit for contemporary ethical teaching by modern and postmodern biblical critics, who subject biblical texts to modern moral judgement. This is because the text is alleged to encourage slavery and patriarchy. (Meeks, 1996; Schüssler Fiorenza, 1983)
The Nigeria Police is one of the most fundamental government bodies endowed with the rights and responsibilities of protecting the people and maintaining peace and order. The rights and responsibilities of the police are the duties aligned with the state’s primary responsibilities of guaranteeing peace, safety, and security of the people in the society.