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Powers and Limitations to the Powers of the Executive President

This post will detail out the powers of an executive President and the limitations to his powers. A Presidential System of Government is one...
Pressure Groups in Nigeria

Major Functions of Pressure Groups: Top 8

The primary roles and major functions of pressure groups in Nigeria can never be underestimated. We have outlined some of their functions which are: 1....
citizen in nigeria

Nigerian Citizens Hierarchy: The Third, Fourth and Fifth Citizens in Nigeria

In this post, we will look at the hierarchy of Nigerian Citizens with respect to the third fourth and fifth citizens of Nigeria. The...

Africa as the Centrepiece of Nigeria’s Foreign policy

Since independence, Nigeria has been concerned about the position of Africa in the context of world politics. Africa as the centrepiece of Nigeria's foreign...

Responsibilities and Duties of the Government to the People

Since the civil society has surrendered their right to fend for themselves to the government for the common good of every individual, the government...
agents of socialization

Agents of Socialization: Full List

Definition of Socialization Socialization can be defined as the process of teaching and learning of the various norms, values, issues and activities of the society...

Pre-Colonial Administration: Political Organization of Hausa-Fulani Empire

The Hausa-Fulani Empire had its origin from the Holy war (Jihad) of 1804 which Uthman Dan Fodio, a Fulani Muslim launched against the Hausa...

Pre-Colonial Administration in Nigeria: Political Structure in Yoruba Land

The Yoruba people claim to have originated from Ile-Ife. The legend further states that Oduduwa, the father of the race, had seven sons who...

Pre-Colonial Administration In Nigeria: The Igbo System of Government

As a result of the existence of many political institutions in Igbo land, there was no centralization of power among the Igbo. Instead, political...
rule of law in nigeria

Principles of the Rule of Law

In any civilized society, Laws are made to protect the interests of the citizens such as their lives and properties and not to oppress...
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