In religious terms, divinity or godhead is the state of things that come from a supernatural power or deity, such as a god, Supreme Being, creator deity, or spirits, and are therefore regarded as sacred and holy. Avenging for divinity at the other hand is the act of seeking revenge or inflicting harm on a giving individual, group of people or institution on behalf of a given supernatural being.
In conclusion the aim of this essay, there have been a scrutiny of the means in which gender and sexuality have been presented in the two comic works of Oscar Wilde and Efua Sutherland, pointing out the similarity and variation among the two playwrights. Of course humans vary in trait and composure, but the sort of picture painted about them is dependent on the philosophy of these individual writers.
The African man is not complete without his culture because it is in his culture he can be identified. This explains the generally admitted position that culture gives a people a unique identity. I will appreciate if you read, review and rate this work. Thanks for your interest.
Leadership, Policy and Economic Development in Nigeria and Singapore: a Comparative (1960 - 1990) is a sweeping comparison of Nigeria and Singapore on their economic development performances. It further critically assesses how leaderships in the two countries were able to influence these performances through their economic policies and developmental efforts. Particular emphasis is placed on between 1960 and 1990; although post 1990 is briefly captured but strictly on economic policies and performances of successive governments. This book elementrifies foundational reasons why the two countries have divergent economic development statistics despite starting with homologous economic statistics in the 1960s, with cross-national opportunities and constraints. It reveals how the two different and newly independent countries in the 60s followed different paths toward nation building. The correlations between leadership, economic policymaking and implementation, and economic development are established. The period of 1960 to 1990 played key, formative roles in the both countries’ economic development narratives. Within the three decades, Singapore was transformed from a third to first world country while Nigeria was caught up with International Monetary Fund’s Structural Adjustment Program. This Comparative Study captures cross-national differences and finds out lessons Nigeria can learn from Singapore in pursuing an inclusive and sustainable economic development. This book is a fitting primary source for students, scholars and researchers of development studies, public policy, development economics, leadership, governance and regional development.
Summary of Findings From the analyses and results interpreted, the following summaries are necessary and plausible to this study: i. Two bodies anchor accounting education in Nigeria: the academic institutions and professional institutions. ii. The activities of the two bodies are not supplementary rather hey are complementary to each other thus, non can stand on its own to produce a well-polished professional accountant. iii. Accounting education curriculum in Nigeria is rated high and sufficient to influence the quality and standard of accounting education in Nigeria. iv. Accounting education in Nigeria is influenced and affected by certain factors including, the institutional and tutorship barriers. v. Accounting education level in Nigeria is rated high among professional body lecturers and higher institution lecturers. vi. The academic performance of Nigeria students are rated high among professional body lecturers and higher institution lecturers. vii. There exist a positive relationship between accounting education and the performance of Nigeria students viii. The perception of both professional bodies’ lecturers and higher institution lecturers on the performance level of Nigeria students is not significantly different.
The growth of modern technology and the sophistication of society over a period of time became a big challenge for traditional media of communication.