Nigeria Essay Topics

Death Among the Ibo

Although the book Things Fall Apart and The Joys of Motherhood cover about seventy years, the difference between life in 1880s Nigeria and Nigeria in the 1950s is extreme. The Ibo people change from a clan and tribal people to a much less closely knit people much like Europeans or North Americans. The change should… View Article

Uncovering the Mystery of Capital Review

Nigeria post independence has aimed to develop an economic system in which investment and ownership of the means of production, distribution and exchange of wealth is made and maintained chiefly by private individuals or corporations. Sadly she suffers the same fate most developing countries and former communist nations that trend the same path encounter: Abject… View Article

Bata Dance

The Music and Dance of Bata is a ritual form of dance for Sango, a deity in Yoruba land. Sango was the third king of the ancient Oyo Empire. It is a communicative dance between the worshipers and the deity. The Oyo Empire, established by the Yoruba people, controlled a wide area between the Volta… View Article

The Telephone Conversation by Wole Soyinka

The Nigerian playwright Wole Soyinka (born 1935) was one of the few African writers to denounce the slogan of Negritude as a tool of autocracy. He also was the first black African to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Wole Soyinka was born July 13, 1934 in Abeokuta a village on the banks of… View Article

Challenges Faced by Companies Entering Foriegn Markets

1. INTRODUCTION Companies move into foreign markets for various reasons. In certain cases, it is towards achieving a required sales volume. In other instances, it might be a bid to increase brand awareness. Other companies go into foreign markets to re-invigorate sales after their products have gone through their life cycle – from inception to… View Article

Goodluck Jonathan Biography of Nigeria’s Current President

Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Grand Commander of the Order of Niger, President, and Commander-in-Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, was born to a humble Niger Delta family of canoe makers on November 20, 1957. Growing up with a loving family, Dr. Jonathan had humble yet adventurous beginnings. In spite of the beauty of the… View Article

Contrast in Nigeria

The aim of this paper is to compare and contrast in Nigeria to that in the United States. The emergence, development, and settlement of ethnic conflict are related to the cultural, legal, and socioeconomic conditions in which a conflict takes place. These conditions are strikingly different in developed and developing countries. One more mediating factor… View Article

Civil Peace

One of Africa’s foremost contemporary authors and spokespeople Chinua Achebe has always taken as a primary concern understanding and accurately depicting the African people. In 1964, he wrote that the writer’s duty ‘‘is to explore in depth the human condition. ’’ In his pre-civil war novels, Achebe focused on the culture of his people and… View Article

Nigerian government

1: Could the alleged payment of bribes to Nigerian government officials by Jeffrey Tesler be considered “facilitating payments” or “speed money” under the terms of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act? Answer: After this all came out in June 2004, Halliburton promptly fired Jack Stanley and severed its long-standing relationship with Jeffrey Tesler, asking its three… View Article

Challenges Facing Estate Surveying

The challenges facing Estate Surveying and Valuation professional practice in Nigeria Experts in the building industry have listed some factors bedeviling Estate Surveying and Valuation Profession in the country. They include; [1] poor remuneration, [2] quackery, [3] stringent legislation, [4] lack of training and [5] falling standards of valuation practice. According to Solanke (2010), stated… View Article

The Nigeria Oil Industry

Nigeria is endowed with vast natural resources including such minerals as petroleum, limestone, tin, natural gas and others (Anyanwu et al, 1997:3). All these minerals have remained untapped, except petroleum which had dominated Nigeria’s economy since the 1970s. Today, petroleum is by far the most widely used energy resource world wide. Its production and distribution,… View Article

Contemporary Issues in Nigeria Public Administration

It is widely acknowledge that the public service since the country independence has failed to realize the purpose for which it established. While its size, role, and consumption of the national budget, and activities have grown over to make the public sector the largest employer in the formal sector. It has failed to executive government… View Article

The Nigerian Economy

The Federal Republic of Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country with a population of 148-million based on the United Nations estimate in 2007. Taken as human resources as one of the assets for economic development, overpopulation in Nigeria, however, has become one of its main concerns.  Despite the fact that it is Africa’s leading oil… View Article

Developing Early Warning System for Peace and Security in Nigeria

1. Brief Demographic Background of Nigeria: The demographic characteristics of Nigeria set the platform for an understanding of the case for conflict based National early warning system. A historical analysis of major conflicts in Nigeria since independence points to strong linkages to its demographic composition. It has been unarguably regarded as the most populous country… View Article

Decadence in Nigeria

It is of no doubt that moral decadence has completely replaced core moral values in present times. This ravaging phenomenon is the cause of some of the major problems Nigeria is facing as a Nation. A society where the youths do not think of how tomorrow would be better than today or how to invent… View Article