Month: March 2021

Voting Apathy among the Nigerian Electorates in 2019 General ElectionsVoting Apathy among the Nigerian Electorates in 2019 General Elections

ABSTRACT Independent National Electoral Commission is constitutionally empowered to conduct a transparent election in Nigeria, but the seeming declining interest to participate on the electoral system by the electorates’ calls for questioning. This study therefore aims at establishing the causes of voting apathy among the Nigerian electorates. The study adopted both Survey Research Design and […]

Impact of EndSARS Protest On Businesses And The Nigerian EconomyImpact of EndSARS Protest On Businesses And The Nigerian Economy

The past few days in Nigeria have been nothing short of unbelievable for many Nigerians, the EndSARS peaceful protest, and its effect on businesses. At first, it all started like a joke and a norm, when the people raised their voices and so “NO!” towards police brutality. The first day, led to another and then […]

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF CHEMISTRY EDUCATION AS A COURSE OF STUDY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTSFACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF CHEMISTRY EDUCATION AS A COURSE OF STUDY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE CHOICE OF CHEMISTRY EDUCATION  AS A COURSE OF STUDY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Chemistry is recognized widely as being of great importance internationally both for economic well-being of nations and because of the need for scientifically literate citizens (Fraser and Walberg, 1995). Knowledge of Chemistry […]

THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF PDP AND APC)THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF PDP AND APC)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1    Background of the Study Political parties are traditionally the most significant intermediary organization in democratic societies. Students of political parties have commonly associated them with democracy itself. Political parties, as “makers” of democracy, have been so romanticized that scholars claim that neither democracy nor democratic societies are thinkable without them. […]