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Book Review Book Tittle: Devil’s Last Born Author : Olowokere Tope

Book Review: Devil’s Last Born

REVIEWER: Mrs. Ogbu Francisca Unekwu; HND Public Administration, PGD Education. A Teacher, Motivational Speaker and Event Manager/ Entrepreneur. Book Tittle: Devil’s Last Born Author :       Olowokere Tope Book Pages: 68 Publisher: Fitilla Effect Foundation   The “Devil’s Last Born” is a novella that opens its narratives in the First Person Point of View (POV). The author in

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Health for All by The Year 2000: A Utopian Policy in Nigeria as Health Sector Collapses by the day.

Health for All by The Year 2000: A Utopian Policy in Nigeria as Health Sector Collapses by the day.

Public policy and other related matters arising in the context of global capitalist societies and Nigeria in particular ridicules the inanities of the above policy and the absence of political will to implement. In 1978, the World Health Assembly under the auspices of the World Health organization championed the goal of

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Poverty in Nigeria

High Level of Underdevelopment and Poverty in Nigeria Due To Elites Conspiracy against Chapter Two of the Nigerian Constitution

It is no longer news that the pre and post- Independence Nigerian intellectuals and intelligentsias were divided along the ideological divide occasioned by the rage of Cold-War between  Europe, the USA and the then Soviet Union. The brutal onslaught of capitalism globally often manifested in deadly wars and economic imperialism

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The Spate of Killings Across The Country – The Need to Interrogate Our Social Contract and consider Self Defense

Human societies historically are replete with gory tales of killings prompted by violent conflicts among people for different reasons. These reasons encompass; conflicting interests, competition for scarce resources, ethnic, racial, religious and ideological differences. Over time, the litanies of socially constructed barriers expand to cover new grounds. This goes to

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