Volume 3, No 3

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  • 1. Enhancing Women and Youth Participation in Nigerian Politics By Naomi A. Phinos PhD
  • 2. The Perception of State Capacity in Managing Farmers-Herdsmen Crisis in South-East Nigeria By Unufe, Edono Joseph & Oshoma Osigbeme
  • 3. Migration, Etymology and Linguistic Classification of Names in Akoko, Ondo State: The Logical Connections By Opeyemi. T. Agoyi PhD & Ucheoma C. Osuji PhD
  • 4. Development as a New Perspective for Nigeria's Diplomacy By V. T. Jaja & O. C. Asuk, PhD
  • 5. Assessment of the Implementation of National Home Grown School Feeding Programme in the Federal Capital Territory during Covid-19 Lockdown by the Federal Government By Aminu, Davidson Bowo, PhD
  • 6. Beyond Pots and Pans, Djakou’s critical turn in the modernist frisk By P. Nelson Graves, PhD
  • 7. Assessment and Feedback in Second Language Acquisition By Adedamola Adetokunbo Ogunmola &Oyedokun Samuel Ajayi
  • 8. The Press and Consolidation of Democracy in Nigeria from 1999 to 2015 By Amadi, Chidi, PhD
  • 9. The Use of Urhobo Traditional Symbols in Pottery Art By Abamwa, Oghenekevwe Elizabeth
  • 10. Beyond Her Weakness: Her Strength Echoes in Iwhnuruohna Land By Grace Lawrence-Hart, PhD
  • 11. Maqasid Al-Sharaiah in Resource Control and Civil Transactions (Mu’amalat) In Nigeria By Innocent Mbadiwe Mark
  • 12. Selected Prominent Female Artists in Nigerian Visual Arts Practice: A Discourse By Charles G. T. Omuaru PhD
  • 13. Opportunities of the Social Media in Music Broadcast as Correlate of Income Generation among Youth in Nigeria By Okpeki, Philo Igue PhD
  • 14. Employing Creative-Teaching Strategy as a Veritable Tool for Re-Energizing Teaching Learning Process By Omodara Oladele Dennis PhD
  • 15. Sculptural Awareness in Rivers State and Its Importance By Onyeche, Honour Nkem M.
  • 16. Financial Capability and Literacy: A Panacea to Poverty and Youth Restiveness in Nigeria By Igweagbara, Silverline N. & Igweagbara, Gladday O
  • 17. Insecurity of the Social Media on Music Production in Nigeria: Implication for Young Music Artiste By Efurhievwe, Margaret Akpevweoghene PhD
  • 18. Management of Employees Malicious Transfer and Job Discontent in Rivers State By Ordua, George
  • 19. Organology and Indispensable Sound Generating Paraphernalia in Abigbo Musical Satire By Okoro, Justice Chukwudi PhD
  • 20. Pentecostalism and Urbanization By Ugwa James Kalu
  • 21. An Evaluation of American’s Foreign Policy under Donald J. Trump 2017 – 2020 By Sabo, Anche Ugah & Gabriel, Orfega Ortserga
  • 22. An Evaluation of the Choice of Appropriate Methodology for Social Science Research By Sunday Okungbowa Uhunmwuangho, PhD & Philomena Urhoghide, PhD
  • 23. Effects of Direct Instructions and Independent Study on Academic Achievement of Social Studies Students in Nigeria Schools By U.K. Emoefe Ekiugbo PhD
  • 24. Une Lecture Analytique Du Conflit Religieux Dans Le Pauvre Christ De Bomba De Mongo Beti Par Datuboye Florence Ezinne PhD & Nsijilem Benjamin Nnamdi
  • 25. Relationship between Job Satisfaction, Employee Attitude and Organizational Performance and Productivity By Ugwonyike, Obiageri Celine & Okere Loveday, PhD
  • 26. Exploration des médias sociaux comme outil d’auto-apprentissage pour les Nigérians apprenants de la langue française, surtout les jeunes By Patricia Kemi, Kehinde & Adedoyin Cecilia, Kanimodo
  • 27. Literary Communication and Resistance through Deviation: A Postcolonial Stylistic Exploration of Muta Baruka’s Dis Poem By Komolafe, Ayodele Micheal PhD & Adeyemi, Olusola Smith PhD
  • 28. The Ibibio Bible Project: An Eclipse of Efik Cultural Hegemony By Uwem Jonah Akpan & Ikwo Susan Iseyen
  • 29. Drama review: Psychoanalysis as a dramatic technique: Study of Mask: A play by Juliana Okoh By Nwachuku, Emmanuel Dike Eke PhD
  • 30. Rape Infrequency to Prevalence: Changing the Narrative from Suggestion to Solution By Folusho Ojo Rebecca Adeola
  • 31. Covid-19: Curbing Emigration through Making Nigeria a Health Care Destination By Chinedu Ogoke
  • 32. Politics and Administration: The Pride and Performance of Political Leaders in Nigeria By Agaba Halidu, PhD & Uchenna Umearokwu, PhD
  • 33. A Hermeneutical Study of Paul’s Injunction to Women teaching in the Church in 1Timothy 2:9-15 By Mercy Uwaezuoke Chukwuedo, PhD
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