Papers on Nigerian history

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By 1978, an estimated 30,000 Nigerian graduates from UK higher institutions were living outside Africa, with 2,000 of them living in the United States. Growth slowed sharply from 6.2% in 2014 to an estimated 3.0% in 2015. Between 1996 and 2005, Cameroon received an estimated 60,380 Nigerian refugees, particularly in 2001-2002, when ethnic conflict between Hausa-Fulani herdsmen and Mambila farmers prompted the Hausa-Fulani to flee en masse. In addition, Nigeria continues to experience longstanding ethnic and religious tensions.

Nigerian-German Relations: The Role of Political Culture

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The country's land mass extends from the Gulf of Guinea in the south to the Sahel (the shore of the Sahara Desert) in the north. Given the short-term availability of high-quality pastures, movement of animals is eminently reasonable and ecologically sound during the dry season (Nuru, 1996; Aregheore, 2001; Aregheore, 1995). Nevertheless, the Nigerian economy has continued to grow at a rapid 6%-8% per annum (pre-rebasing), driven by growth in agriculture, telecommunications, and services, and the medium-term outlook for Nigeria is good, assuming oil output stabilizes and oil prices remain strong.

Igbo Entreprenuership: A Study of Night-Time Road

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Tourism in Nigeria is highly undeveloped, considering the West African nation's available tourist resources: land, climate, vegetation, people and their festivals, abundant art treasures, national monuments, ports, traditional sports, and music. Unofficially, the country's second language is Hausa. These reports are then sent to the police headquarters in the national capital of Lagos. Draft legislation was under review in the National Assembly that would make trafficking a crime; however, no action was taken on it by year's end 2001.

Domination and Reaction in Nupeland, Central Nigeria: The

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A more detailed account of his research has recently been published in African Affairs. […] Christian missions established Western educational institutions in the Protectorates. Contents: Art, currency, and contemporaneity in Nigeria / Dele Jegede -- Collectors and their collections / Jess Castellote -- The contemporary art market in Lagos / Tobenna Okwuosa -- The art of collecting / Sammy Olagbaju -- I. He said the Corporate Social Responsibility spree by the tobacco firm was a mere cajole and trick to kill more Nigerians with tobacco products.

Case Studies of Conflict in Africa: The Niger Delta, the

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The Ogoni, Ijaw and other people in the Niger Delta, those who have been worse affected for decades have been trying to stand up for themselves, their environment and their basic human and economic rights. If this is too much, try the Syrian Club in Ikoyi (turn North - away from the water) at the Mobil filling station in Awolowo Road (the night club street) in Ikoyi, continue a few blocks and on your left you will see the Syrian mosque, turn in the gate just after the mosque and the Syrian Club will be on your right on the inside of the premises with nice Lebanese/Syrian flair at very affordable (for Lagos) prices in an outdoor setting.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN WESTERN NIGERIA: ABEOKUTA, 1830-1952.

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Other websites related to this journal: http://www.bioline.org.br/ja The Journal of Aquatic Sciences publishes articles on problems and issues in Aquatic Sciences from all parts of the world. Durban South Africa boost of markets, visit Warwick Junction precinct which houses a bustling market area. Internally, Abacha managed to maintain support from some segments of the population, especially among his Hausa-Fulani compatriots. I had always told him that I wanted my make-up done by this particular artist-- and he booked her for the evening.

Colonialism by Proxy: Hausa Imperial Agents and Middle Belt

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Access to markets and finance also pose significant barriers. He gain his first degree from Addis Ababa University, followed by his Masters in statistics from Patiala University of India. On a 10-year time frame, from 2003 to 2012: Kenya's score has been relatively strong and stable, from 58.6 in 2003 to 59.3 in 2008 before a sharp decline to 55.9 in 2012. Submissions to this journal can be made on its website here: http://www.ajrh.info/ Other websites related to this journal: http://www.bioline.org.br/rh Articles should be of sustainable development interest and include full- length reports of original research not previously published elsewhere; research notes which consist of brief reports of new findings, techniques and equipment of importance to sustainable development practice.

History of Nigeria in a new setting: From the earliest time

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As one of the leading providers of professional services, KPMG knows that the success and growth of the firm also depends on the success and growth of the Nigerian economy. Both countries are succeeding in diversifying away from resources. The younger generations who attach themselves to the Oshogbo experiment are less successful and are cashing in on the tourist popularity of Oshogbo art. The trade barrier is definitely not in their interest. It is Africa's largest oil producer, contributing 3.0 percent to the global production, and is the world's sixth largest oil exporter.

The Route to Power in Nigeria: A Dynamic Engagement Option

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The corruption, ineptitude and confusion that marked the military era plunged Nigeria into economic problems, poverty, and ethno-religious conflicts until the 1990s. Domestic demand, however, remains subdued while electricity constraints continue to weigh on output growth and general consumer and business confidence. Morocco maintains control over Western Sahara, despite an established independence movement and remains a point of contention between Morocco and Algeria. That is the equivalent of ten malls the size of Ikeja or the Palms.

Nigeria Since Independence: Forever Fragile?

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Planned cities generally have some out-of-place projects going on and Abuja is no exception with a huge planned amusement park being built, called Mataima Amusement Park. These converts still practice a mix of animism and Islam. That resolution will forever remain a black spot; every bomb that landed in Libya, killing dozens of women and children, did so with our blessing in the eyes of Africa. Islamische Bildung und soziale Integration in Ilorin (Nigeria) seit ca. 1800 / Stefan Reichmuth. - Muenster: Lit Verlag, 1998. - VI, 430 p.: krt., tab.