INTRODUCTION: "Nigeria’s socio-political and economic problems have largely defied scientific, technological and commercial moves towards lasting solutions. Scarcity of essential commodities is on the increase, insecurity of life and property looms high in the horizon, necessary resources for quality teaching and learning in the educational sector are still far from sight. The country’s leadership is not crossing its legs, savouring the conundrum – or is it?..."
The present application of the word “Industrie 4.0” has been regarded as totally meaningless most especially on the claims that the principle of “revolution” in technology innovation is centered on the insufficiency of knowledge of details and also that technological invention and innovation is continuous.
INTRODUCTION Christianity, like every other religion, carries with it certain cultural imperatives. The terms "religion and culture" are often used in a rather confusing manner. Some use the two terms as if they were two sides of the same coin: that is, in contexts that suggest that religion is one half of a whole and culture the other half. Others use the two terms in a way that suggests an opinion that one could be interchanged with for the other; in other words, that religion and culture mean one and the same thing. Admittedly, Religion and Culture are related in a special way which is not easily discernible without a close examination. But it is hardly the case that any of the above understandings of religion and culture is exactly correct. The two terms can neither be used interchangeably nor can they be regarded as two parts of a single thing, rather one - that is religion is part of the other - culture.
Medieval Period is also called the middle ages. It lasted from 5th to 15th century. Medieval Drama was therefore preceded by Greek and Roman drama and followed by Elizabethan drama. Medieval Drama arose from the ashes of Roman Drama just before it evolved into Medieval Drama, there was that level of infamy which entered it and which was vehemently opposed by the church.
In this paper, we examined the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA) aimed at facilitating socio-economic growth and development in Africa in line with the neo-liberal ideology. We largely relied on centre – periphery model for our analysis and argued that African countries especially the Sub Saharan African countries expected to benefit from this US development policy would be unable to do so because they lack independent technological base, capital and manpower to permeate and compete in the American market. Again these states in Africa are in the periphery and US is a centre nation. While the later state expropriates the resources of the former because of this relative weakness of the periphery, the former designed AGOA as one of the strategies of intensification of US exploitation of Africa through trade. This paper calls for a global support for technology and capital exchange to enable African (Industries) to effectively compete in US markets.
E-Business is the commercial exchange of goods and services, information and ideas between two or more parties enabled by an electronic medium.