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Culture

The Future Lost: The Economic and Social Consequences of Child Abuse In Africa

Child abuse is rampant in Africa. This growing oppression, from domestic servitude to outright slavery, is not only immoral explains Debbie Ariyo, but it is also undermining the continent's capacity to achieve economic growth and international competitiveness.

OUR ANCESTORS AND THE ORACLE THEY LEFT BEHIND

Nigeria has over one hundred million people and it’s still growing. Within the past twenty years, the geographic fabric of the nation has dramatically changed. Buildings are replacing forests, farm lands and pasture areas. Should old superstitions survive?, ask Bons O. Nwabueze

The ‘Caste System’ in Nigeria, Democratization and Culture: Socio-political and Civil Rights implications

The 'Osu' caste system in Nigeria is a form of apartheid. Victor Dike discusses the socio-political, economic and civil rights implications of this obnoxious system, which is a legacy of our forefathers.

Last Updated Wednesday, January 23, 2008