"Dead Man’s Path; by Chinua Achebe

This story by Chinua Achebe presents the conflict between world-viewsand value systems. Dead Man’s Path is set in Nigeria in 1949. It is onthe subject of a man named Michael Obi who is the new, enthusiasticand wholehearted headmaster of an underprivileged and disadvantagedschool. This story explores the effects of European customs andbeliefs on traditional African … Read more

The National Health Policy of Nigeria

National Health Policy (2016) Nigeria’s first Health Policy was launched in 1988 “The National Health Policy and Strategy to achieve health” for all Nigerians, and was subsequently revised in 2004. With new trends, realities and the unfinished agenda of the MDGs and SDGs, the National Health Act and the National Strategic Health Development Plan (NSHDP) … Read more

Politics in Nigeria

Oyegun said this in Abuja during the public presentation of the reports as submitted by the Governor Nasir El-rufai- led APC committee on True Federalism, adding that Nigeria’s current system of government is ‘more of a unitary system of government. “We have held flamboyant conferences on the structures of the constitution of this country but … Read more

An Analysis Of Distinct Nature Of The Urhobo People In Regards To Marriage And Family Life

INTRODUCTION The Urhobo people of Niger Delta are indigenous people of Nigeria. It is estimated that about 2 million Nigerians are Urhobos. Urhobo is the 5th most populous ethnic group in the country and the single most populous ethnic group in Delta state. The Urhobo people are concentrated in these towns: Abraka, Effurun, Sapele, Ugheli … Read more

Influence Of Colonialism On Nigeria

Colonialism is a consistent theme within the history of Africa. It laces through the formative tapestry of the majority of African states today including Nigeria. Lagos was invaded by British forces in 1851 and formally annexed in 1861. Nigeria became a British territorial dominion in 1901. When at the start adopting associate indirect rule approach, … Read more