• solutions to religious intolerance in Nigeria: implication to national development
    ISSN 2239-978X Journal of Educational and Social Research Vol. 3 (2) May 2013 Education and Religious Intolerance in Nigeria: The Need for Essencism as a Philosophy Barrister Samuel Asuquo Ekanem, Ph.D Department of Educational Foundations And Administration Faculty of...
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  • Religious Unrest in Nigeria
    Table of contents Dedication ………………………………….. ..i Preface …………………………………….......ii Acknowledgement ……………………………iii Table of contents ……………………………..IV Topic: religious unrest in Nigeria, causes and eff...
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  • Ethno Religious Crisis in Nigeria: Causes and Remedy.
    ETHNO RELIGIOUS CRISIS IN NIGERIA: CAUSES AND REMEDY. BY MUHAMMAD GAMBO ISGOGO HASSAN ADAMU MAKUKU UMAR HAMIDU ALIYU ABSTRACT Introduction Nigeria is no doubt a populous nation of over 88 million (1991 population census) but as at now Nigeria’s population is estimated to be above 120 m...
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  • Religious Violence in Nigeria
    Religious Violence in Nigeria – the Causes and Solutions: an Islamic Perspective BY A. O. Omotosho Swedish Missiological Theme 2003, P. 15-31 Introduction M. M.C. K. Ajuluchukwu in his rejoinder to Northern Zone of the Christian Association of Nigeria’s booklet Leadership in Nigeria obser...
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  • Intolerance in Nigeria
    Journal of Social Science and Public Policy © 2011 Cenresin Publications www.cenresinpub.org Volume 3, December 2011 RELIGION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: THE ROLE OF NIGERIAN INTELLECTUALS Saheed, Zakaree S. and Alofun, G.O.O. Department of Economics and Management Sciences, Nigerian Defenc...
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  • Religious violence in Nigeria: Causal diagnoses and strategic recommendations to the state and religious communities
    Religious violence in Nigeria: Causal diagnoses and strategic recommendations to the state and religious communities Isaac Terwase Sampson* Abstract The literature on religious violence in Nigeria largely implicates socio-economic, political and governance deficits as the major...
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  • Religious Unrest in Nigeria
    The belief system of the people influences the way they think, feel and see things in relations to people of other religions. Unfortunately, Nigeria is a country that is continuously weighed-down by religious burdens. Sustainable religious-peace across Nigeria have been aborted times without number...
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  • Religious Intolerance
    Religious intolerance 1. Introduction notes “Religion is like a pair of shoes.....Find one that fits for you, but don't make me wear your shoes.” George Carlin 2. Definition of tolerance: 1. The capacity for or the practice of recognizing and respecting the beliefs or practices of others...
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  • Why Is There Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
    Pakistan is known in the international community and declared in the country’s Constitution as an Islamic nation where Islam is glorified as the superb religion and its followers are pious Muslims. There is no doubt that Islam teaches tolerance, love, respect for other religions, and that life and...
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  • causes of religious crises in nigeria
    Religious Crises in the North: Which Way Out of this Quagmire? By Aliyu A. Ammani aaammani@yahoo.co.uk This essay is an attempt at identifying the remote and immediate causes of the incessant religious crises in northern towns and cities, if you’d rather the so-called...
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  • Massachusetts Bay and Religious Intolerance
    Massachusetts Bay and Religious Intolerance When Puritans arrived in America in 1620, they had experienced religious intolerance in the Old world, yet they still supported Europe’s theory that in order to have unity within a state, everyone must be of the same faith. Puritans believed in predest...
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  • Religious Violence in Nigeria
    Arabian Journal of Business and Management Review (OMAN Chapter) Vol. 1, No.9; April 2012 ACTIVITIES OF BOKO HARAM AND INSECURITY QUESTION IN NIGERIA Professor Adagba Okpaga1, Ugwu Sam Chijioke2, Eme, Okechukwu Innocent3 1 Benue State University, Markudi 2 Department of Political...
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  • Ethnic and Religious Conflict in Nigeria
    Analysis of the challenges of religion and ethnicity on political stability in Nigeria’s fourth republic (1999-2011) INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Basically, Nigeria is a plural society and heterogeneous in virtually all the facet of life. The custom and tradition of Nigerians is so diverse...
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  • Nigeria’s Religious and Cultural Conflict
    Nigeria’s Religious and Cultural Conflict  Ethnic conflict has scared Nigeria dating back to the slave trade and is still apparent today. The clash between Muslims and Christians throughout the Nigerian state has brought about concern on how stable a nation Nigeria is. Recently, the c...
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  • Entrepreneurship in Nigeria
    ENTREPRENUERSHIP IN NIGERIA Entrepreneurial forces are relatively strong in this country, as the lack of jobs and a rise in poverty leave few other options for the Nigerian people. Although difficult due to a lack of resources, there are non-profit organizations such as the Fate Foundation in Niger...
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  • Given Nigeria’s Contemporary Socio-Political and Economic State Do You Think a Revolutionn Is Possible?
    Introduction Revolution is a fundamental change in the character of a nation’s government, political system, or way of life.1 Again, a revolution could mean, An overthrow or repudiation and the thorough replacement of an established government or political system by the people governed.2 Furthe...
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  • Protest in Nigeria
    Chapter 2 Protest movement in Nigeria In democracy, having a wide spread number of people tell the government that they do not like its practices could herald to protest movements. As thus, it is a very effective way of getting changes made and raising or revisiting issues. History of protest mov...
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  • Nigeria Boko Haram as Politicalcrises No Religion Crises
    NIGERIA BOKO HARAM AS POLITICALCRISES NO RELIGION CRISES BY OLAKOJO M.O olakojothepeace@yahoo.com Being a paper presented at the Right thinking political forum 23rd July, 2012. Theme: Socio-Political Conflict what nest in Nigeria Abstract Reli...
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  • Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: Probing the Pernicious Implications of Ethno-Religious Crises in Nigeria Since 1999
    Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: Probing the Pernicious Implications of Ethno-Religious Crises since 1999 Alozie Bright Chiazam University of Nigeria Nsukka Department of History and International Studies donbright4all@yahoo.com; bright.alozie@unn-edu.ng +2347061905914 A paper presente...
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  • 10 Years of Undemocratic Democracy Nigeria
    MAY 29 1999. Gen Abdulsalam Abubakar handed over power to an elected civilian leader Olusegun Obasanjo who was also a former military leader of the country.And in 2009 29th may, the country has witnessed it civilian to civilian transfer of power when Obasanjo had to hand over power to the incumbent...
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