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Rights Of Women In The Constitutions Of Nigeria, 1960- 2007 Case Study Of Afikpo (2) (3A9BBA)

This study is written in view of the growth of the waves of feminism, which pay special attention to women’s rights within the society that is more or less gender insensitive. It is following the regard of women as human legal entities who or which are endowed by nature or by law with the capacity [...]

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A Critical Analysis Of The Factors For The Low Impact Of Foreign Aid On The Socioeconomic Development Of Nigeria (11C2B9)

Foreign aid inflows in Nigeria have grown significantly in the independence period. Many studies have tried to examine the effectiveness of aid on the socio- economic development. While some evaluations have found that in many cases aid does not ‘work,’ others are ambiguous. This paper assesses the factors for the low impact of foreign aid [...]

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Impact Of Agricultural Development Programmes On The Economy Of Imo State, 1999-2007 (7ACA81)

Abstract This thesis focuses on the contributions of the Agricultural Development Programmes of the government of Imo State towards economic growth and development in the State between 1999 and 2007. The study traces the genesis and stages of ADP from the old Eastern region of Nigeria up till the creation of Imo State in 1976 [...]

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Nuclear Energy Proliferation Lessons For The Third World Nations 1945-2006. (20BF3D)

Abstract The proliferation of nuclear energy is a phenomenon of the 21st and apparently, the most pernicious issue in modern international relations. As nations jostle for atomic devices, the international system is threatened by the fear of nuclear holocaust. Therefore, the need to underscore the relationship between the “nuclear haves” and the “nuclear have nots”, becomes [...]

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The Franco-nigerian Chamber Of Commerce And Industry, 1985-1991 (505934)

Abstract The role of the Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Nigeria’s economic growth can hardly be overemphasised. Right from its establishment in 1985, the organisation has continued to play a vital role in promoting commercial interests of members, and at the same time contributing towards Nigeria’s economic growth. The notion is that the [...]

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The Life And Times Of William Ibeneme Ojiako, 1916-2006 (D22473)

Abstract The study of the life and times of Chief William Ibeneme Ojiako exposes the life of a great man who achieved greatness through hard work, patience and perseverance. This work studied his genealogy, birth, education and the various career he pursued in a bid to attain greatness. The efforts of this seasoned community leader [...]

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (iaea), Nuclear Weapons Proliferation And International Security (72105A)

This study appraises the efforts of the International Atomic Energy Agency in tackling the issues bordering on the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Without doubt, the proliferation of nuclear weapons is one of the problems that have continued to threaten international security. The realist assumption that peace is guaranteed by arming one’s self to the teeth [...]

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