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Right now we are hurriedly registering all the owners of livestock/farm animals because of the current herdsmen crisis in Nigeria. Inevitably there will soon be scarcity of meat and inflation of meat products due to the debacle. There are others just like with recently with Tomato, and to some degree right now still with Rice.
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Restructuring or Acculturing 1 of Nigeria by Gregory Ekhator (e-Book ) Gregory E Ekhator

  • Restructuring or Acculturing 1 of Nigeria by Gregory Ekhator (e-Book ) This book is perhaps like no other you have read before, as it is one of the first books to be converted from a series of related Articles and Blog posts. The research question guiding every chapter of this book is: Will restructuring change the attitude of Nigerians to Nigeria? Metaphorically speaking: Should the cart be pulling the horse or the horse pulling the cart?

    Key Subjects:

    • Nigeria today, position in the world and achievements?
    • Recurring underlying problems which restructuring may not solve?
    • ​Opportunities existing in the problems including digital technology
    • Foreseeing result of constructing, restructuring or destructing Nigeria from the perspective of Nigerians as interactively blogged live.
    This book is the culmination of my passion​ate study/experience of Nigeria, the articles  and intense discussions i have had with fellow Nigerians. A contribution to the existing body of work, and roadmap for generations to come. Nigeria is uniquely positioned in the world, and to whom much is given, much is expected. Note: After downloading, for best Viewing/E-Reading, ADD extension/plugin "PDF dFlip viewer" to your browser
  • Debonair Training and Publisher
  • December 1, 2017
  • 270 pages