The Man, his Mother and his Wife: A tale of Family Controversy in Nigeria (sociological Perspective) by Adekunle, D. A.

The write-up center around the controversies in the relation between a Man, his Wife and the Mother. It examine the factors facilitating the controversy which often lead to a strain relationship between the Wife and the Mother-in-law. it suggest some Possible solution to that aspect of conflict in the family.… Read More The Man, his Mother and his Wife: A tale of Family Controversy in Nigeria (sociological Perspective) by Adekunle, D. A.

The Legitimacy Of Political Science As A Discipline In Nigeria by Tunji Olaopa

Olaopa, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Communication Technology, delivered this address at the Department of Political Science, University of Ibadan’s Public Lecture and Post-Lecture Luncheon in Honour of Professor Emiriti ‘Bayo Adekanye and John Ayoade held
at the University on Thursday, 25 June, 2015).… Read More The Legitimacy Of Political Science As A Discipline In Nigeria by Tunji Olaopa

CONCEAL YOUR INTENTIONS: A case study of Chief M.K.O Abiola Quest for Power By Adekunle D A.

CASE STUDY for weeks now, i have been modifying the 48 laws of power in Nigeria context, reflect on contemporary political event and how they related to “philosophy of power” as opined by “Robert Green” In his book. In an attempt to provide an empirical analysis, cum effort to ensure a simplistic interpretation of the… Read More CONCEAL YOUR INTENTIONS: A case study of Chief M.K.O Abiola Quest for Power By Adekunle D A.

The ISIS called BOKO-HARAM; who owns the Blame by Adekunle D A.

Jama’atu Alhis sunna Lidda’ Awati wal-Jihad (Boko-haram) the dreaded terrorist group, is believed to have slaughtered and massacre more than twelve thousand (12,000) Nigerians, including children and security operatives, and also the dreaded group has carried out many abductions including the abducted 219 “chibok” girls. The continuous massacre and unrelenting crimes perpetuated by the group,… Read More The ISIS called BOKO-HARAM; who owns the Blame by Adekunle D A.

OPEN LETTER TO NIGERIA’S POLITICAL SCIENTIST by Adekunle D A.

With my experience and that of majority graduates of political science competing in the labor market revealed negativity in the perception of the discipline of politics. The view of people and employers’ of labor toward political science as an academic discipline and a field of practice, is out-rightly to the opposite, of what political science… Read More OPEN LETTER TO NIGERIA’S POLITICAL SCIENTIST by Adekunle D A.