Volume 1 No 1

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  • 1. Women in Diplomacy: A Historical Perspective By Asimiea, Monima Opiriba PhD & Kingdom E. Orji
  • 2. Covid-19 Pandemic: Responding To a Gender - Friendly Creative Engagement during Lockdown and Isolation By Adenle, John Oyewole PhD
  • 3. Radical Feminism and the Nigerian Fiction: The Perspective of Odafe Atogun in Wake Me When I’m Gone By Andrew Ibeawuchi Nwagbara
  • 4. La Violence Sous Ses Diverses Formes Dans Certains Romans D’ahmadou Kourouma Par Datuboye, Florence E. PhD Et Ante, James Eteka PhD
  • 5. Domestic Violence and Rural Women in Ikwo Communities of Ebony State, Nigeria By Chukwuemeka Emmanuel Ibeh PhD
  • 6. The Role of Civil Society Organizations and Political Parties in Intergovernmental Relations in Nigeria By Isokpan Ikponmwosa & Odigie Collins
  • 7. Domestic Violence and Its Effects on Women/Girl Child in Nigeria By Eleas-Eduga, Agnes & Sabo, Anche Ugah
  • 8. Freedom of Religion and Politics in Contemporary Conflict Situation By Chukwuemeka Nwosu, PhD
  • 9. James Lawson Nsima: Ibibio Union Scholar and Nationalist: 1916-1998 By Uwem Jonah Akpan, PhD
  • 10. Gender Equality and Its Implication for Good Governance in Nigeria By Victoria Kikelomo Olugbemi PhD & Akinwande Olumuyiwa Opayinka
  • 11. Ekpo Nka Owo: A Mechanism Designed by Ibibio Elders to Foster the Sacredness of Sex Ethnic in Ibibio Land By Aniekan Etim Nana, PhD
  • 12. Gender and Women Political Empowerment Balance Sheet in Nigeria: A Historical Analysis By Ikaonaworio Eferebo, PhD
  • 13. How to Document Art Works Collated From Field Works as Data Presentation in Biographical Analysis of Qualitative Research Methods: The Paintings of Tobenna Okwuosa in Reference By Elenwo Morrison PhD
  • 14. Interventions in Bridging the ICT Gaps in Music Teacher Education in the 21st Century: The Need to Include Music ICT Training Into the Music Curriculum By Enoh Justina Okafor PhD
  • 15. Gender Sensitivity and the Administration of Eucharist in the Methodist Church Nigeria By Ugwa James Kalu
  • 16. Cultural Perspective in the Music Performance of Oshimili South Communities: An Overview By Uche, M. A. PhD & Onyenye, Peace. Temabor PhD
  • 17. La thématique de la jeunesse africaine dans Quand on refuse on dit non d’Ahmadou Kouroumah Par Ante James Eteka PhD Et Nsijilem Benjamin Nnamdi
  • 18. Oath-Practice as the Grundnorm in African Jurisprudence: A Critique of Kelsen’s Pure Law Theory By Joseph Oke Omoro, PhD & Anthony Afe. Asekhauno, PhD
  • 19. The Socio-Cultural Effects of Domestic Violence on Children’s Welfare in Oredo Local Government Area Edo State By Osagie Joseph Egharevba & Tracy B.E Omorogiuwa, PhD
  • 20. The Diplomatic History of Orashi Region in the Pre-Colonial times to 1914 By Rufus Osaih, PhD
  • 21. Three Dogmas and Illusions of Democracy By Anthony Afe. Asekhauno, PhD & Adeshina Sowemimo
  • 22. Implication of Freezing of Bank Account and Labelling “Endsars” Protest Promoters as Terrorists in Nigeria By Ezinwa Vincent C. PhD & Kingdom E. Orji
  • 23. The Church and Security via Use of ICT in Ikwerre, Rivers State, South-South, Nigeria By Godwin Aturuchi Eche PhD & Johnwealthy Jacob Wobodo PhD
  • 24. Trends in Women’s Political Participation in Nigeria By Omosefe Oyekanmi & Aituaje I Pogoson
  • 25. Burden of Tradition on Women in Pre-Colonial Rivers State: The Etche Experience By Michael, B. T., PhD & Onwuka, S. K
  • 26. The Inclusion of Non-Israelite Women in Jesus’ Genealogy and Its Implications to Contemporary Churches in Africa By Grace O. Olajide & Michael D. Olajide
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