Colonialism In NigeriaColonialism in Nigeria The earliest known documentation of Nigeria is that it was the sight of a group of organized states called Hausa. The earliest Nigerians were the Nok people. These Noks were skilled artisans, but they didn't last long. The Noks had disappeared by the second millennium. The Southwest region of Lake Chad, Africa was ruled by the Kanem-Bornu during the 8th century. By the 1300's, the empire of Kanem-Bornu was a flourishing center of Islamic culture, rivaling Mali in the west.
Chinua AchebeChinua Achebe Chinua Achebe Chinua Achebe is said to be one of the most influential writers of the century not only in Nigeria, his homeland but also throughout the world (Albany). Chinua Achebe was born in Ogidi, Nigeria on November 16, 1930. He was born a son of a Chrisitan Churchman, Isaiah Okafo and Janet N. Achebe. Achebe was raised an Ibo Christian, which made him stand out among his fellow peers. Achebes lifestyle was different than that of other people living in his village because of
Realist NovelRealist Novel Chapter 13 The realist novel Casting the contradictions A large proportion of modern African works of fiction can be defined as realist novels. Though what, precisely, is a realist novel? And what of the notion of Realism itself? As Stephen Heath has lucidly expressed it, the 'realistic' is a process of significant fictions (that is, not substantial but formal) and it may be described as the vraisemblable of a particular society, the generally received picture of what may be regard
Religion, The Missing Dimension Of StatecraftReligion, The Missing Dimension Of Statecraft Religion, The Missing Dimension of Statecraft Douglas Johnston and Cynthia Sampson, editors Center for Strategic and International Studies Editors: Douglas Johnston and Cynthia Sampson compiled these essays for the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Douglas Johnston has since founded the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, with the goal of encouraging faith based mediation through education and strategy development. Cynthia
Things Fall ApartThings Fall Apart Things Fall Apart Reading Review Title of Work: Things Fall Apart Country/Culture: African Literary Period: Classical Genre: Novel Author: Chinua Achebe Authorial Information: Chinua Achebe was born and grew up in the Ibo village of Ogidi when Nigeria was still a British colony. Although Achebe won a scholarship to study medicine, his love of literature and growing involvement with African nationalism changed his career. The nationalism movement after World War II brought with
African Union. By Yonas SD 2007 AAU Introduction This research is conducted on the conflict management& resolution techniques of Organization of African Union in comparison to African Union commission. Its aims are describing and analyzing the different methods &techniques of these two institutions adopted to obvert& resolve conflict .Besides the research aimed to suggest on the peace keeping & peace building mechanism of these institutions in comparison to one another. Statement of the problem; Numerous con