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The Republican Constitution of 1963

The Republican Constitution of 1963 was essentially the 1960 independence constitution rewritten with some minor modifications, and it came into operation on the 1st of October, 1963. It was in a bid to change the dominance of external affairs of Nigeria by Britain that a new constitution call the Republican …

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Relationships Of Organisms In An Ecosystem

An ecosystem is a basic functioning unit of nation. It is made up of living organisms and their non-living environment. Both components, not only interact among themselves, but are also linked by a variety of biological, chemical and physical processes. We shall now study relationships of organisms in an ecosystem …

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Rewards To Factors of Production

In the production of goods and services, firms combine factors of production in various proportions. The baker, for instance, needs flour, baking powder, sugar, baking equipment, such as an oven and other ingredients for baking. If he operates on commercial scale, he will need to employ workers.   Payments are made …

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Suffix

Affix Suffixes are added to the end of the word. Suffixes frequently alter the word-class of the base. For example, the adjective kind is changed to abstract noun when the suffix – ness is added to the adjective – kind; to form – kindness. Noun suffixes: Occupational (Noun to noun) …

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The Resurrection, Appearance And Ascension of Jesus

The study of the Resurrection, Appearance And Ascension of Jesus is very important because the bible chapter gave an account of it, we are going to study them one after the other.Matthew 28:1-8; Mark 16:1-8; Luke 24:1-11 these bible verse gave an account of it. THE RESURRECTION According to Matthew, …

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Functions of Political Parties

The last time we learnt about How political parties compete for power just in case you miss the post here’s the link to the post HOW POLITICAL PARTIES COMPETE FOR POWER today we are here to learn about functions of political parties.                       …

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Importance of Employment in Alleviating Poverty

Employment is an activity in which one engages in or is employed which allows one to afford the basic things of life examples are shelter, good health services, education, etc. It can also be defined as an occupation by which a person earns a living.people can either be employed by …

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Events that proved MALTHUS wrong

Malthus in his first essay titled  ” Essay on population 1798 ” stated that, if  human being are not checked in their natural form, that human population will grow at a geometrical progression while food production increases at arithmetical progression. now lets look at the event that proves him wrong …

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Metaphors, idioms and proverbs

Exercise 1Choose three of the following words, and show how each can be used as a metaphor by including it in a sentence of your own composition :Veil, harvest, poison, path, smile AnswerVeil – She tried to veil her intention from us by chatting about other matters. Harvest – He …

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Fighting Political Apathy

What Is The Meaning of Political ApathyApathy simply means a feeling of not having any interest in or enthusiasm about anything. It also means the feeling of not willing to make any effort to change things. While Political apathy means a feeling of having no interest and enthusiasm about politics.  …

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Marketing Boards

Definition of Marketing board : Produce Marketing boards are bodies set up by the various West African Government and given the sole right to buy and sell agricultural produce ( especially those meant for export ).    In Nigeria, we have the Cocoa, Palm produce, Groundnut etc Marketing Boards throughout the …

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The National Congress of British West Africa (NCBWA)

The National Congress of British West Africa (NCBWA), was formed by the 4 British West African countries, namely the Gambia, Sierra-leone, Gold Coast ( now Ghana) and Nigeria in 1917 in gold Coast under the leadership of Caseley Hayford. It had its headquarters in Gold Coast and branches in all …

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Making Decisions

SOLOMON’S WISDOM: 1Kg 3:3-28; 4:29-34; 5:1-12; 8:1-53   Solomon, son of David, succeeded his father. He loved the Lord and walked in the statutes of his father. He went to Gibeon to offer sacrifices. While he was there, God appeared to him in a dream. God asked him to request for any …

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Cooperative society – Economics

A co-operative Society is a business organisation in which a group of individuals who have common interest mutually agree to come together to establish in order to promote their exotic activities like production, distribution or marketing of goods and services and provision of other welfare benefits to their members. FEATURES …

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Ecological Succession biology

This is a process by which ecosystem change over time. It is a product of complex interactions of biotic and a biotic factors. There is a gradual and continuous replacement of a dominant species until a relatively complex and stable ecosystem develops. The developmental stages are known as ere or …

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