1. Language and the Development of Kenya
Lonyangapuo, K. M. (1-15)

2. The Naija Language and the “Naija Languej Akademi” As an Ideological Movement
Inyang, J. B. (16-24)

3. Language and Self-Identity: Making a Case for Indigenous Igbo Names in Nigeria’s ESL Situation
Umera-Okeke, N. & Anyadiegwu, J. (25-35)

4. Analysis of Morphophonemic Patterns of Gujii Dialect: An Insight from Optimality theory, Sociolinguistics and Psycholinguistics in Determination of Peculiarity of the Dialect
Ayele K. R. & Bokko, G. R. (36-46)

5. Mother Tongue Education: A Panacea to Effective Teaching and Learning of English in Nigeria Primary Schools
Obiegbu, I. (50-59)

6. Literature in English as a Tool for Teaching English as a Second language in Nigerian Schools
Ugoji, S. C. (60-70)

7. Literature and Language: Identity in African Literature through New Englishes
Nwabunze, D. C. (71-84)

8. Simple & Progressive Aspects of Grammar and their Usage in Literature
Obiegbu, I. (85-94)

9. Headedness In Igbo Derivational Morphology
Onwudiwe, G. E. (95-111)

10. Masculinity in Early African Times: Transformational Presentations in Achebe’s Things Fall Apart
Minga, K. J. (112-124)

11. The Novelist and Social Commitment: A Study of Meja Mwangi’s The Bushtrackers
Ukande, C. K. (125-135)

12. Le Concept de la Conscience dans l’œuvre d’Albert Camus
Akese, M. T. & Ordue, M. (136-148)

13. Une Revue Critique du Groupement Tripartite du Verbe Français
Onumajuru, E. M. & Onumajuru, V. C. (149-158)

14. Women’s Participation and Gender Issues in Local Governance in Nigeria
Olayode, K. O. (159-172)

15. Contesting the Existence of Male Speech Stereotypes within the Communicative Context of Nursing: A Case of Bonda Mission Hospital, Zimbabwe
Mhlanga, G. P., Kudzai, G., Mabugu, P. & Mafunda, E. (173-195)