Vol. 9 Nbr. 2, April 2016
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- In memory: Nana Adu-Pipim Boaduo FRC.
- Kendrick Lamar's Grammy performance points to a simple truth, #Black Lives Matter when Africa matters.
- Beyond intellectual construct to policy ideas: the case of the Afrocentric paradigm.
- Music as an agent of satire in selected plays of Femi Osofisan.
- Perspective on welfare rationalism in African contexts: freedom and social cohesion.
- African ethics through Ubuntu: a postmodern exposition.
- Moral arguments for land redistribution in contemporary Zimbabwe and Gracchan Rome: a comparative and critical analysis.
- Hunhu: making human rights education discourse relevant.
- University of Zimbabwe and the struggle for humanising philosophy: 1980 to present.
- Health locus of control as predictor of dental anxiety: dental patients at University College Hospital in Ibadan.
- Legacy gallery: faces of Nigeria.