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Divorce and the Challenges of Children Upbringing in the Contemporary Family Life

Divorce is a growing social problem. It has caused so many discomfort in our contemporary family life. Divorce has made couples to pass through a period of strong emotional trauma. It is a distressing stage in which one or both couples have decided on taking legal steps.

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The Role of the Church in Meeting the Challenges of National Transformation

Since the attainment of political independence in 1960, the country has continued to contend with many challenges in nation building. Okam and Chukwu (2005) submitted that the country is plagued with multidimensional problems which are antithetical to peaceful co-existence, such as socio-economic in-balance, instability and inequality Park (2012) also opined that despite the country’s oil wealth, it is still one of the poorest countries in the world where seven (7) million children of primary school age are not in school, youths have no access to quality education and majority are unemployed; educational institutions are without enough infrastructure and no access to safe water, good roads and health services. Also, insecurity, kidnapping, armed robbery as well as unsteady electricity supply have crippled the country.

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The Role of the Church in Meeting the Challenges of National Transformation

Since the attainment of political independence in 1960, the country has continued to contend with many challenges in nation building. Okam and Chukwu (2005) submitted that the country is plagued with multidimensional problems which are antithetical to peaceful co-existence, such as socio-economic in-balance, instability and inequality Park (2012) also opined that despite the country’s oil wealth, it is still one of the poorest countries in the world where seven (7) million children of primary school age are not in school, youths have no access to quality education and majority are unemployed; educational institutions are without enough infrastructure and no access to safe water, good roads and health services. Also, insecurity, kidnapping, armed robbery as well as unsteady electricity supply have crippled the country.

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Religion in Prison: The Challenge of Human Rehabilitation

In Nigeria, the idea of establishing the modern human cage and reformation institution – the prison, for the purpose of confining convicts of various offences in society, as well as those awaiting trial for heinous crimes, dates back to the colonial period. The institution is periodically followed up with reform policies backed up with legal frameworks.

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Totemism in Igboland and the Challenges of the 21st Century

Igboland is known for its sacred observance of culture and tradition. Traditional Igbo religion believes on the spirituality of plants and animals. Therefore, religious taboos and laws control the socio-political and religious activities of every Igbo community. Religious taboos, involved a great deal of asceticism. Whole communities deprived themselves of palatable and nutritious foods in religion’s name- among them, the sacred fish of the Imo River.1

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