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Essential Factor: A Critique of the Experiences of the Southern Minorities of Nigeria ebook

by Eno Usua


The foregoing discussion of the travails and struggles of ethnic minority communities in Rivers and Kaduna States - the former contending against economic expropriation and the latter against both cultural extinction and politico-economic marginaliza.

The foregoing discussion of the travails and struggles of ethnic minority communities in Rivers and Kaduna States - the former contending against economic expropriation and the latter against both cultural extinction and politico-economic marginalization - may now be related to the wider dimensions and conditions of ethnic minority alienation and discontent in the Nigerian federation.

This study critiques the appreciable lack of development in Nigeria and attributes it to the corruption and ineptitude of. .The passing into law of the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) Act 2013 by the Nigerian Government is reactionary.

This study critiques the appreciable lack of development in Nigeria and attributes it to the corruption and ineptitude of the country's postindependence rulers. It is a statement to the international community and same sex rights groups and activists that Nigeria does not intend to give in to pressure to protect the rights of sexual.

A Tale of Two Minorities: The State of the Gaboye and Bantu Communities of Somalia

A Tale of Two Minorities: The State of the Gaboye and Bantu Communities of Somalia.

Based on the forgoing, the analyses of the evolution of Nigeria federalism can be based on three fundamental reasons.

By exploring the history of minority groups from colonial beginnings to the .

By exploring the history of minority groups from colonial beginnings to the present day we seek to comprehend and communicate a vital aspect of the national existence-the experience of America's ethnic groups. In varying degrees, depending upon approximation to the Anglo-Saxon ideal, ethnic minorities have been considered foreign even when native born. Accordingly we categorize as ethnic minorities all groups of non-English origin.

The appropriation of state resources by certain hands makes poverty and bitter anger inevitable aspects of daily socio-economic and political routine. In this sense, though corruption is not peculiar to Nigeria, many sources call it the ‘bane of the country’ (Dike 2005; Ogbeidi 2012:21)

The appropriation of state resources by certain hands makes poverty and bitter anger inevitable aspects of daily socio-economic and political routine. In this sense, though corruption is not peculiar to Nigeria, many sources call it the ‘bane of the country’ (Dike 2005; Ogbeidi 2012:21). And of course, corruption is considered to be one of the main causes of ethno-religious conflicts (Nwankwo 2015). Poverty and injustice caused by corruption weaken any sense of mutual tolerance, social solidarity or coexistence, while reawakening social hatred, radicalism and violence.

This study asks the question of why minorities are so overrepresented among the homeless, with a focus on the United States and Europe in a comparative perspective. This study asks the question of why minorities are so overrepresented among the homeless, with a focus on the United States and Europe in a comparative perspective.

This article critically examines the customary laws of inheritance in the communities of southern Nigeria. It argues that the rules are skewed against female beneficiaries, both wives and children. 59 This system is a practice among the Igbos in Nigeria, under which people are sacrificed to the gods in the Igbo community and they assist the high priest of the traditional religion in serving the deities or the gods in their shrine. Thereafter, such people and their descendants become outcasts forever. 60 Abolition of Osu Caste System Law, 1956, cap 1, Laws of Eastern Nigeria, 1963. 61 (1967) NMLR 247. 62 Above at note 51.

Southern Nigeria was a British protectorate in the coastal areas of modern-day Nigeria formed in 1900 from the union of the Niger Coast Protectorate with territories chartered by the Royal Niger Company below Lokoja on the Niger River. The Lagos colony was later added in 1906, and the territory was officially renamed the Colony and Protectorate of Southern Nigeria. In 1914, Southern Nigeria was joined with Northern Nigeria Protectorate to form the single colony of Nigeria

Essential Factor: A Critique of the Experiences of the Southern Minorities of Nigeria ebook
Author:
Eno Usua
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Social Sciences
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Amooquaye (December 1998)
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