Volume 2 No 2

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  • 1. Women’s Interaction with Natural Resources in British West Africa in The Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries: Ecofeminism Perspective By Amakievi Okien Ijeoma Gabriel
  • 2. Divinatory Ritual as a Sub-Text in African Indigenous Churches (AICs) in Nnentu Ngwa Community of Abia State, Nigeria. By Kingsely Ogadinma Okoro, Prof Ngozi N. Iheanacho & Dr Jones Ugochukwu Odili
  • 3. Community Police and Development in Toru Ebeni Community of Sagbama Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, Nigeria. By Goddey Wilson, Ph.D & Barnabas Edure
  • 4. Kodaly’s Method Application: A Challenge Among Primary Schools in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area of Rivers State. By Bernadette C. Ugochukwu Ph.D & Ekperi Godday Watts
  • 5. Enhancing Moral Instructions in Tertiary Institutions in Northern Nigeria: The Islamic Perspective By Mohammed Tukur Aliyu, Ph.D
  • 6. Eleme and Okrika Relations, 1800-2020 By Michael, Thomas Blessed PhD & Lale Owate Promise-Iwezor PhD
  • 7. Women Experience in Conflict Resolution and Peace Building: Story of the Niger Delta Region. By Sarah Maigari
  • 8. The Brown Agent Dappa War Canoe House of Opobo Kingdom in Historical Perspective: 1886 To The Recent Past By Edna Adagogo-Brown PhD
  • 9. Gender Politics and the Consciousness of Representations: A Study of African Women’s Writings By Tarikiye Ebikinei Angaye & Arnold Stanley Udisi, PhD
  • 10a. A Contrastive Morpho-Syntactic Analysis of Nkoro and English Di-Transitive Verbs By Peter, Bapakaye Wilson & Cajetan Onugha, Ph.D
  • 10b. Illegal Transborder Immigration: Implication for Nigeria Internal Security 2007 – 2021. By Agaba Hallidu (Ph.D), Akpan Godwin Johnny & Othuke Evroh
  • 11. The Role of Land and Border Disputes in Intergroup Relations Between Ogbia and Epie-Atissa Communities, In The Central Niger Delta By Joseph Igoro, PhD
  • 12. A Literary and Linguistic Analyses of Types and Aspects of Ogba Myth By Ben-Fred Ohia, PhD
  • 13. The Role of the Multinational Corporations (MNCs) and the North South divide in the 21st century. By Kingdom E. Orji & Achonna Tochukwu Praise
  • 14. Hypocrisy and Corruption, Two-Prong Instrument That Kills Democratic Leadership: The Nigeria Experience By Washington Opara. Ph.D
  • 15. Le Fle Au Rendez-Vous Des Jeux Sportifs : L’exemple Du Village Français Du Nigeria Par Mashood Adeniyi Sanni, Emmanuel Otegwu Okom (PhD) & Jide Akin Ajayi
  • 16. Magical Practices in African Societies: A Socio- Religious Perspective By Otasowie, Matthew Omoruyi Ph.D
  • 17. United Nation and Peace-Keeping in Africa in The Post-Cold War By Kingdom E. Orji & Iheanachor John Chikodi
  • 18. Imperatives of Peace Education in Nigeria: A Critical Perspective By Isaac Onwudiwe Omeje & Nnamdi Green Nwaoha
  • 19. Pop Culture’s Portrayal of the Uncanny Pressure on Singles to Marry: The Example of Jadesola Osiberu’s Isoken By Ibe Ogbobuike Ibe, PhD
  • 20. The Social Cost of Corrupt Leadership Among Ogoni People: A Re-Reading of Ezekiel 22:27-28. By Needam Sunday Abayiga & Okechukwu Ogba, PhD
  • 21. An Appraisal Of Some Weaving Traditions Among The Kolokuma Izon People. By John Suofe
  • 22. L’ironie De La Guerre Et La Nouvelle Normale By Ubani Christiana Ihuoma
  • 23. Analysis of the Implication of Child Abuse on Primary School Pupils Academic Performance in Nigeria Discourse By Nanaghan Adesola Peter, Ph.D, Dieng Abdourahmane, Ph.D, Bozimoh Andrew Torulolo, Ph.D & Gbadamosi Bolanle Iyabode, Ph.D
  • 24. Environment as Personified Woman: An Ecofeminist Study of the ‘Oloibiri’ Leitmotif in Select Niger Delta Poetry By Ebipreye Egbenpere, Wisdom C. Nwoga & Tortivie Sorbo Abasi
  • 25. Plato Republic and the Contemporary Age By Etor Charity
  • 26. Menace of Street Begging and Re-Introduction of Traditional Welfare System in Obio/Akpor Local Government Area By Asiegbu, Bond & Mezieuzor, O.H.
  • 27. Ecomusicology and Indigenous Knowledge on the Landslide in Agulu and Nanka in Anambra State, Nigeria By Offor Ndubuaku
  • 28. Domestic Violence in Contemporary Nigerian Drama: A Discourse of Julie Okoh’s In Our Own Voices Eziwho Emenike Azunwo, PhD & Osogba, Ogheneyole Peculiar
  • 29. Collection of Poems By Daniel Ihenacho Eluke
  • 30. `Tradition and Spirituality of the Ozidi Tale By Mark Warekoromor PhD
  • 31. Book Preview Stephen Temegha Olali, Portrait of Excellence: The Biography of Professor Ayebaemi Ibuteme Spiff, OON (The Bayelsa State Government through the Office of the Chief Historian and Archivist of Bayelsa State), x + 128 pages, N2,000.00. By Stephen Temegha Olali, PhD
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