MILITARY WARFARE AND TACTICS IN NUPE CONQUEST OF OKUNLAND IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

Olubiyo, Kolade Gabriel PhD Department of History and International Studies Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria. kolade.olubiyo@bowen.edu.ng & Oluyole, Stephen Sunday Department of History, Kogi State College of Education, Ankpa, Kogi State Abstract Early studies on Nupe conquest of Okunland focused on slave raiding and imposition of Ogba system of administration in which fiefs were…

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THE NEXUS OF CORRUPTION, INSURGENCY, BANDITRY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Adewale ADEPOJU PhD Department of History and Diplomatic Studies Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun State, Nigeria Email: adepojuadewale@gmail.com And OGUNSAKIN Oluwasegun Dare Department of Peace and Security Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria Email: segunogunsakin4r@gmail.com Abstract The Nigerian state is currently bedeviled with a high rate of corruption both in private and…

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THE CONTEMPORARY IMPLICATIONS OF POVERTY ON HUMAN SECURITY AND MIGRATION IN NIGERIA, 2010 TO 2023

Wazhi, Emmanuel NimnanWazhi1982@gmail.comORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0009-0001-0688-2724Department of History & International Studies,University of Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria & Esamagu, Efemena Emmanuelefemenaee@gmail.comORCID iD: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0948-0659Department of History & International Studies,University of Jos, Plateau state, Nigeria   AbstractThe paper discussed the current menace of poverty in Nigeria and how it affects security as people devise methods, including engaging in criminal…

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IMPACT OF THE NIGERIAN CIVIL WAR ON INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITY IN THE NIGERIAN ARMY: A GLIMPSE AT THE ARMY BARRACKS, 1970-1983

Hussaini Jibrin, PhD Department of History and War Studies Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna Abstract One common feature in African military history during the post-colonial era was its intervention into national politics. The intervention was according to them (the military) as a result of failure of governance by the crop of leaders who took over power…

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NEIGHBOURS AT PEACE: INTER-GROUP RELATIONS BETWEEN THE DERA AND NUNGURABA PEOPLES OF ADAMAWA UP TO 1960

Cecelia GeoffreyDepartment of History and Diplomatic StudiesFederal University Wukari, Taraba stateEmail: geoffrey@fuwukari.edu.ng AbstractThe Dera are regarded as one of the most peaceful ethnic groups in Adamawa. This research examines the political, economic and social relations that existed between the Dera and their earliest and closes neighbours- the Nunguraba from. The research aimed at analysing the…

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POLITICS OF ETHNICITY AND POWER SHARING: IMPLICATION ON THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA FEDERATION

Amos Ojo Adedeji, PhD Peace and Development Studies, Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ilorin, Ilorin. E-mail: amos_peace61@yahoo.com Abstract Nigeria is made up of a heterogeneous multi-ethnic and multi-cultural societies forcibly merged together. The country practices federal system of government imposed on her by her colonial master. The relationship has been more of…

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THE ROLE OF WARRIORS IN STATE BUIDING DURING THE PRE-COLONIAL BILAD AL-SUDAN: A REFLECTION OF SOME POLITICALWARRIORS OF SAYFAWA DYNASTY OF BORNO

Lawan Jafaru Tahir, PhDDepartment of history and International StudiesYobe State University, DamaturuEmail: lawanjafar@gmail.com & Mamman MohammedDepartment of History and Strategic StudiesFederal University, Dutsin-MaKatsina StateEmail: mamman3@fudutsinma.edu.ng AbstractThere are many literatures written in relation to the history of Bilad Al-Sudan (Africa South of the Sahara), But most of the works have concentrated on the study of precolonial…

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND RE-DEMOCRATISATION: RETHINKING THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS NON-STATE ACTORS IN COLONIAL IJEBULAND, WESTERN NIGERIA

Seriki, Kazeem OmotolaDepartment of History,Ladoke Akintola University of Technology,Ogbomoso, NigeriaE-mail: koseriki@lautech.edu.ng AbstractThe role of indigenous institutions in peace-building, conflict resolution and re-democratisation in colonial Ijebu province is yet to receive any serious attention from the academic community, particularly historians. Thus, this paper fills the gap in literature by examining the role of indigenous institutions in…

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THE EFFECTS OF EMPLOYEE RELOCATION ON THE WELFARE OF FAMILY MEMBERS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES IN ONDO AND OSUN STATES OF NIGERIA

Ebirim Samuel Iheanacho PhDDepartment of Political Science,Oduduwa University IpetumoduOsun State, Nigeria Okere Olukemi Maureen PhD&Aloba Idowu Folorunsho, PhDDepartment of Public Administration,Oduduwa University Ipetumodu,Osun State, Nigeria AbstractOwing to rapid industrialisation, global competition and the development of high technology, employee relocation transfer has become common practice for corporations and organisations worldwide. This study explores the effects of…

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FROM FRIENDS TO FOES: FULBE/MAMBILLA RELATIONS SINCE THE CONFLICT OF 2002

Abdulmumini Inda, PhDDepartment of Arts EducationFaculty of Education,Taraba State University, Jalingo, Nigeria.E-mail: freindofbooks@gmail.com Maunde Usman MuhammadDepartment of Islamic Studies,Faculty of Arts,Taraba State University, Jalingo, Nigeria.E-mail: usmanmaunde@gmail.com & Lawan Abdullahi Muhammad, PhDDepartment of Islamic Studies,Faculty of Arts,Taraba State University, Jalingo, Nigeria.lawanabdullah087@gmail.com AbstractThis paper examined the causative agents and the aftermath of the 2002 Mambilla riot, which…

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