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A Study in English Literature (Neoclassical Period Assignment)

A Study in English Literature (Neoclassical Period Assignment)

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This works opens our minds to the facts on Jacobean Revenge tragedy and the Restoration plays

 
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Dyslexia and Its Consequences on Nigerian Students

Dyslexia and Its Consequences on Nigerian Students

Uploaded by Stanley Dilibe

Literacy is the crux of schooling. The primary motive of any average student is to acquire a competent reading and writing ability or skill. But unfortunately, many students found themselves to be struggling with what others found to be so easy and simple: they struggle with reading the alphabet, knowing it and being able to write it when the need arises. Thus, they see themselves as primitive fellows in a world of growing literacy. Despite normal intelligence, many students assume themselves to be nothing but people with empty brain, unfit for the clarion call for literacy. They feel inferior, incompetent and unprivileged literary lovers. They develop low self esteem and if care is not taken, they get drowned into the slough of despond.

 
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This consist of subject and the time for 2018 waec exam

 
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When Will the Justice Come? (2)

When Will the Justice Come? (2)

In the last edition of this discussion, I made mention that freedom is not free. Yes! Freedom is not free. You have to work hard for it. I remembered President Muhamadu Buhari being quoted to have called Nigerian Youth lazy, well while that is not good of a leader speaking of his followers and that I cannot vividly conclude on his context of saying that. I think he may be right when it comes to the youth asking for what belong to them. When it comes to the Nigeria youth asking for their right, we are so lazy.

 
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Philosophy, Creativity and Development: Reflections on the Importance of Philosophy

Philosophy, Creativity and Development: Reflections on the Importance of Philosophy

Uploaded by Nicholas U. Asogwa

Abstract. This work underscores the value of philosophy as a catalyst for both human and social development. It examines the relationship between philosophy and creativity as well as that between philosophy and national/societal development. Thereafter, it argues that the moral development of the people is a necessary though not a sufficient condition for socio-politico-economic cum scientific development to take place in a country. It discloses that prejudice, unfounded assumptions as well as over-emphasis on materialistic values are the major reasons for low patronage of philosophy by the public. After a thorough examination of the nature of philosophy and the inherent values and potentialities it has for the development of the individual and society, the paper goes on to conclude that until Nigerians realize that the goods of the mind are as important as the goods of the body, things may not really change for the better.

 
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Food Insecurity in Nigeria: A Thematic Exposition

Food Insecurity in Nigeria: A Thematic Exposition

Uploaded by Okechukwu Eme

Agriculture has remained an important aspect of any economy. Viable agricultural programmes and activities in any polity are capable of sustaining the food supply and reserves needed for the welfare of the citizens. But in Nigeria, Agriculture is despised as able bodied young people do not have interest in Agriculture. Climate change and clashes between herdsmen and farmers and the activities of Boko Haram sect have added to food insecurity challenges in the polity as population displacement, death, and non-cultivation of farmlands and the burning down of farm produce have reduced the quality and quantity of food demand. Although the Federal Government had assured Nigerians that the fear over imminent food crisis in 2013 was unfounded, many Nigerians, especially concerned stakeholders, are not persuaded that the means and ways being devised by government at all levels can possibly address the challenge. This paper addresses the causes and consequences of these challenges and concludes by positing that without addressing these challenges, food insecurity will persist in Nigeria for a long time.

 
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Fuel Subsidy Removal in Nigeria: Socio-Religious and Value Implications Drawn From the Theistic Humanism of Professor Dukor

Fuel Subsidy Removal in Nigeria: Socio-Religious and Value Implications Drawn From the Theistic Humanism of Professor Dukor

Uploaded by Dr. Chichi Nwaoga

The issue of appropriate pricing of petroleum products and the removal of government’s subsidy on petroleum price became a thorny controversial public policy issue.

 
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Small Scale Businesses

Small Scale Businesses

“Those who are going to be in business tomorrow are those who understand that the future, as always belong to the brave” - William Bernbach.

 
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