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1 Nigeriaworld -- All About Nigeria
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general, from a Nigerian perspective.
2 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Southern educational superiority in Nigeria - Myth, ignorance, arrogance, or cultural appropriation
Though, little weight has been accorded to the impact of Islamic education in West Africa and Northern Nigeria in particular, one cannot deny its influence. Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. of the Alphonse Fletcher University and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University provides breathtaking exposť of Islamic scholarly records.
3 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The path to enduring peace, stability and development in Niger Delta
The Diaspora Ijaw community in the United States of America is pleased that the government and the Niger Delta advocates have agreed to address issues through dialogue. It is incontrovertible that violence is not the solution to the Niger Delta problem.
4 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The Lower Niger Delta cause must be advanced on the tenet of good governance
The lack of transformative progress is alarming, given the financial and organizational resources that have been funneled into the region over the past decade. Instead of progress, the region today is a haven for criminal gangs, ransom-takers, marauding bands of rent seekers and inept public officials. Public workers are not being paid and the cost of living in the southern most parts of these states is higher than other parts and capacity deficiencies are widening.
5 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - President Muhammadu Buhari the task ahead: A message from the Diaspora
Some of us in the Diaspora have watched with horror the worsening security situation in Nigeria over the last several years. Growing up in Nigeria, I would not have in my wildest imagination thought that one day I will be terrified about visiting my village or any part of Nigeria.
6 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The case for a Theology of Productivity in Africa (Part II)
The second concern about the influence of contemporary Pentecostal religion on poverty relates to the insidious dimensions of certain religious teachings on Africans. The most pervasive can be characterized as the dangerous cocktail of traditional beliefs in witches and mysticism with references to demons and evil spirits in the Bible. Beliefs in witches and magic have influenced African phenomenology for centuries.
7 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - The case for a Theology of Productivity in Africa
In many African countries, evangelical religion is growing at an accelerated pace. However, in light of the serious developmental challenges facing Africa, it falls on Africans to assess the influence of contemporary religion on poverty. Two areas of concern addressed in this article are: (1) the emergence of the theology of affluence on the African scene and (2) the insidious effects of credulous followership.
8 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Denial, acquiescence or indifference, we are all causalities
The compounding of iniquities over the past fifty years raises questions that require every one of us to reflect. Does the implications of Umar Farouk's act make you feel our dysfunctional behaviors have reached critical mass? Do you feel pained, or has the level of social, economic and political dysfunction aroused your passion to say enough and commit to action? The choice is ours; the so called 'destiny' is ours to shape.
9 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - A different look at ethnic diversity in Nigeria
Though some people continue to view ethnic affiliation in essentialist terms in Nigeria, signs of a gradual shift are evident. For example, most Nigerians do not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity until their primal sentiments are aroused or their economic or political interests are threatened. In other words, the social architecture in modern Nigeria is no longer grounded on ethnic affiliation, but on the temporal rhythms of the information age.
10 Nigeriaworld Feature Article - Faithfulness in little things
As individuals, we have demonstrated that we are incapable of or, more appropriately, refuse to manage time in keeping with the demands of post-industrial societies; we begin preparation for events at the time they are scheduled to start. Such lack of respect for time reveals more than we are willing to acknowledge. Imagine an emergency response system (land or air) based on what we callously refer to as ''African time;''....

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