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Major pillars of democracy
This is one of the topics students and young scholars search on the internet. If you really want to know the 4 major pillars of democracy, CLICK HERE for a comprehensive article on that.
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Differences between a rigid and flexible constitution
As a student, it is pertinent that you know the differences between a rigid and a flexible constitution. This article clearly explains the basic differences between a flexible and rigid constitution. Trust me; after reading this article, you will be able to define a flexible and rigid constitution on your own words.
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Examination malpractice in Nigeria: Causes, Effects and Solutions
Examination malpractice is a very big problem in Africa as a whole. In this article, i explained the causes, effects and even the solutions to examination malpractice in Nigeria.
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Characteristic of human rights
In this article, i explicitly explained the 6 characteristics of human rights. This is one of my most soughted scholarly works on the internet. It will enlighten you on the basic characteristics of human rights and why you should know those characteristics.
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Best education blogs/websites in Nigeria
This is another scholarly article that recommends good blogs and websites for students in Nigeria to visit and grow their knowledge. It contains the top 10 education sites that are relevant to Nigerian students, researchers and scholars.
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Best education website for Indian students
This article is basically for students in India. It is a recommendation to every student in India on the best education websites for learning, teaching and development.
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How many political parties are in Nigeria? What are the political parties in Nigeria currently? Official list of political parties in Nigeria 2020: These are… Read More »List of Political Parties in Nigeria and their Abbreviations
Trace the historical development of Nigerian constitution from 1914 till date. Here is everything about Nigerian constitutional development in 1914, 1954, 1960, 1963, 1979 and 1999.
Meaning and reasons for delegated legislation. Why legislative powers are delegated. Rationale for delegated legislation in countries like Nigeria, Uganda, India, Kenya etc.