• Ife Modakeke
    houses and properties were destroyed. Various studies have examined Ife-Modakeke crisis. Such studies include Albert (1999), Aguda, (2001); Oladoyin (2001), Agbe (2001), Toriola (2001), and Babajimi (2003). These studies have examined the history, causes and consequences of Ife-Modakeke crisis. The...
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  • Resolving Conflict
    Ogunsua”. 3. Historical Overview of Ife-Modakeke Crisis A critical study of the history of the Ife-Modakeke crisis has revealed that the bloody clash has occurred several times in different period. The causes of this crisis are many and varied in terms of cultural identity, economic and politics. The...
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  • History of Ife/Modekeke Crisis
    recommendation of Chief Olabode George committee set up by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to broker peace between the people of Ile-Ife and Modakeke Communities. The Area Office formally took off on 1st April, 2002 and made up of what is historically known and addressed as Modakeke Akoraye. The Area Office...
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  • Ethnic Conflicts
    -Umuleri in Anambra State, the Mango-Bokkos conflict in Plateau State, the Ife-Modakeke feud in Oyo State and so on; the land factor has been one of the central issues stimulating clashes between the Tiv and the Jukun people (Egwu, 2004: 56). The reason why land remains a predisposing factor in the...
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  • Domestic Water Supply
    , the Osun State capital and 90 kilometres from Ibadan, the capital of Oyo a neighbouring state. Also the headquarters of Ife East Area Office is about 75 kilometres from Ore, Ondo State. Lies between Latitude 70 05’ N and 70 55’N and Longitude 40 15’E. The founding of Modakeke in 1845 was...
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  • University Management and Staff Unions in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges
    society. Its output are critical factors for the maintenance and adaptive structures of the society". Citing the incident of violent ethnic conflict between the Ife and Modakeke communities in Osun State of Nigeria, when one of the country's biggest universities (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife...
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  • Democratic Consolidation in Nigeria: Probing the Pernicious Implications of Ethno-Religious Crises in Nigeria Since 1999
    be the feeling of Elaigwu (2005: 12) when he writes …the violent protests in the Niger-Delta over perceived injustice in resource distribution; the Itsekiri-Ijaw violence in the Delta; the resumption of the Ife-Modakeke communal violence; the menace of Odu’a Peoples’ Congress (OPC) and the...
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  • Nigeria Boko Haram as Politicalcrises No Religion Crises
    /Christian riot 11 Zangon Kataf Kaduna May 6, 1991 Kartaf-Hausa 12 Kano Kano Oct. 14, 19191 Muslim youth riot against rein hard Bonnke’s revival in Kano 13 Jalingo Taraba March 1992 Jukun/hausa riot 14 Ife/Modakeke Osun June. 1999 Ethnic-clash 15 Imosan Osun Nov. 9, 1999 Hausa/Fulani Muslim vs...
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  • Communal Conflict in Tiv Land: Strategy for Resolution
    study into the phenomenon with the aim of identifying the causes and ways of preventing them. Alubo (2005), thus provide us with some examples of communal conflicts. The Ife-Modakeke communal conflicts of Oyo/Osun States 1999, Hausa/Fulani and Kataf of Zangon Kataf in Kaduna State, 1999; Ijaw and...
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  • Attitude and Group Conflicts: the Nigerian Experience
    part; just as the Modakekes (a Yoruba sub-group) have not abandoned Modakeke for their Ife “landlords” (another Yoruba sub-group). They will rather fight to the finish. What is needed now is rather that attitudes of hate, unbridled anger, arrogance, intolerance, and superiority should be checked...
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  • Study
    by the decline in the ruble’s value. This may cause a reduction in the U.S. demand for Russian goods. 29. Why does the IFE suggest that the Southeast Asian countries would not have attracted foreign investment before the Asian crisis despite the high interest rates prevailing in those...
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  • Strategic Management
    weighted score of 2.46 indicates that the business has slightly less than average ability to respond to external factors. (See the page on IFE matrix for an explanation of what category the 2.46 figure falls to.) What should I include in the EFE matrix? Now that we know how to construct or create the...
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  • Australian Social Work in the 1970s
    reflects the broader political economy in which it is embedded” is, I argue, premised on the operant paradigm of an underlying systems and/or structural theory about how society works. That what happens at the “macro level”, comprising the socio-cultural-political realm, directly affects what happens...
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  • Final Review Notes
    China 1 Three Types of Non-Democratic Regimes Linz, Juan: “Totalitarian and Authoritarian Regimes.” (1975) Totalitarian Sultanistic Authoritarian What they have in common? All non-democratic What else? Not that much… Totalitarian Regimes Power monopoly Power concentrated in hands of...
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  • International Finance
    perfect correlation between forward and future spot rate because the future spot rate will be influenced by events such as an oil crisis, which cannot be predicted perfectly (Shapiro and Sarin, 2009). Q3 (b) i. What possible foreign exchange risks will be faced by the company? According to...
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  • Research Paper on Kingfisher Crisis
    the causes:- In this step we have to need to identify the causes of the problem. For the identify the causes we must should ask questions like, (1) What changes inside or outside the organization may have contributed to the problem? (2) What people are most involved with the problem...
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  • Title
    . Based on the EFE and IFE matrices in the previous chapters, with resultant scores at 2.95 and 2.80 respectively, this IE matrix tells us that our company should hold and maintain its position. The company should pursue strategies focused on increasing market penetration and product/service development...
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  • Strategic Mgt
    instigate the competitors to imitate the strategies. * Failure in any project may cause the threat of negative reputation. * The diversification policies can affect the main business of the company. * The global financial crisis can affect the overall sales and profit of the company. * Some...
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  • Acturies
    Guide Page 17 The Actuarial Education Company c IFE: 2012 Examinations 5 Frequently asked questions Q: What knowledge of earlier subjects should I have? A: Very little knowledge of earlier subjects is in fact required for Subject CT2. There is quite a bit of overlap between Subject CT1 and...
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  • Kingfisher Crisis
    . The airline started commercial operations in 9 May 2005 with a fleet of four new Airbus A320-200s operating a flight from Mumbai to Delhi.[9] It started its international operations on 3 September 2008 by connecting Bengaluru with London. What is U.B. Group United Breweries Group or UB Group is an...
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