Essay on Nigeria

Supervised Writing

Purple Hibiscus, by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, is set Nigeria, in a period of great civil and religious unrest. More importantly, during this time period, Nigeria went through several acting governing bodies; throughout the entire timeline of the plot, these coups and revolutions went on in the background while the struggles of the Achike family were […]

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Importance of computer on nigeria education

“First we thought the PC was a calculator. Then we found out how to turn numbers into letters with ASCII (Americas standard code for information interchange) -? and we thought it was a typewriter. Then we discovered graphics, and we thought it was a television. With the World Wide Web, we’ve realized it’s a brochure […]

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Kellog Brown & Root in Nigeria Corruption Case

Kellogg Brown & Root in Nigeria Corruption Case The firm Halliburton acquired Dresser Industries in the year of 1998. Among Dresser’s businesses was M. W. Kellog, which was combined with an existing Halliburton business and renamed Kellog Brown and Root. By that time, Kellog was expecting to build a series of liquefied natural gas in […]

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A Review of Chinua Achebe`s Anthills of the Savannah

This splendid short novel demonstrates Achebe’s continuing ability to depict the challenges posed to African societies by modernism and Western influence. It details the plight of three educated, upper-class Africans attempting to survive in an atmosphere of political oppression and cultural confusion. Set in the fictional African country of Kangan, it is clearly patterned after […]

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Effect of Advertisement on Nigeria Economy

Countless people muddle advertising with marketing and the other way around. Actually, both the strategies are uniformly important but have differences too. To put a firm on the fast track of success, one must be well-familiar with the differences between advertising and marketing. The term advertising is a mode to describe or present a product […]

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The History of Agriculture in Nigeria from the Colonial Era to the Present Day

The agricultural history of Nigeria is intertwined with its political history. This is discussed broadly in the context of the varying constitutional frame works, viz: Colonial, the Internal Self Government and the Post-1960 periods, according to sectors. Crop Production: The period of the colonial administration in Nigeria, 1861-1960, was punctuated by rather ad hoc attention […]

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Language Attitude in Nigeria

According to longman’s English dictionary, language is a system of communication by writing or spoken words which is used by the people of a particular country or area. Another source says, the method of human communication, either in spoken or written consisting of worlanguage is the human capacity ofds in a structured and conventional way. […]

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Swamp Dweller Kearlie

The Swamp Dwellers focuses the struggle between the old and the new ways of life in Africa. It also gives us a picture of the cohesion that existed between the individual and southern Nigerian society. The conflict between tradition and modernity is also reflected in the play. The play mirrors the socio-cultural pattern, the pang […]

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Child Abuse Analysis

The consequences of child abuse in Nigeria with a case study in Niger Delta. The Research aimThe aim of this study is to use grounded theory methods to develop a theory about how children are been abused and the consequences of these abuse in Nigeria with specific reference to Niger Deltaregion. The theory generated is […]

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Insecurity in Nigeria

This paper aims to study the insecurity in Nigeria which is widely caused by Islamic sects known as Boko Haram in Nigeria and its effects on security. This paper will also find if there is a connection between poverty and Insurgency that has led to a great unrest in Nigeria, the aim of writing is […]

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