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Ottah, G. A. (1-23)

2. Kola Nut as a Symbol of Welcome Among the Igede of Benue State
Adega, A. P. (24-35)

3. Intrigues and Twist in the Imamate Crisis of Lagos Central Mosque (Jama’atul Muslimeen Council), 1841 to 1947
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4. The Impact of Militancy and Cult Groups’ Activities on Rundele Community Development in Niger Delta Region of Nigeria
Wilson, G. (49-62)

5. Creating Local Peace Committee: A Participatory Action Research Project in Ojoo
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6. From Campuses to Communities: Community-Based Cultism and Local Responses in the Niger Delta Region, Nigeria
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7. Patriarchy, Women’s Triple Roles and Development in Southwest Nigeria
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8. An Examination of Brenhoma Cultural Heritage in Asare Konadu’s A Woman In Her Prime
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9. The Role of the Media in the Development of the English Language in Nigeria
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10. Adopting The Indigenous Nigerian Languages for National Development
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11. Ibie’ka (Ideographs): Developing Visual Signs for Expressing Contemporary Niger Delta in an Era of Petroleum Oil Exploitation
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12. Christendom’s Narratives and the Stained Glass Designs of Yusuf Cameron Adebayo Grillo
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13. Civil Society and the Dynamics of Democratisation in Nigeria (1999-2007)
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14. Resource Control and The Politics of Revenue Allocation in Nigerian Federation
Egugbo, C. C. (186-201)

15. The Social-Economic Impediments to Kidnapping Eradication in Southern Nigeria
Oyemwinmina, C. & Osazuwa, A. J. (202-213)

16. The Nigerian Cocoa Farmers and the Fluctuations in World Cocoa Prices in the 1930s
Muojama, O. G. (214-231)

17. Audience Perception of Television Animated Cartoons as Tool for Political Communication: A Study of Selected Towns in North Central Nigeria
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