Vol. 9 Nbr. 6, September 2016
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- Nigeria: agency and diversity.
- Language and class resistance in Nigeria: a Foucauldian perspective.
- Morphological processes in Anaku Igbo: situating universality.
- Yoruba ontology: a critique of the conceptualization of life after death.
- Religious-humanistic basis of morality in Yoruba traditional thought and drive for development.
- The complexity and ironic nature of Sooko in Ife praise poetry.
- Text to context: re-interpreting suicide in Ola Rotimi's Kurunmi.
- National consciousness and multiculturalism in Ododo's dramaturgy.
- Cybercrime and Nigeria's external image: a critical assessment.
- President Muhammadu Buhari's democracy day message.
- Repositioning Nigerian music and dance for cultural diplomacy: lessons from Swange music and dance in Nigeria.
- Finding a common religious soul for sustainable democracy in Nigeria.
- Prerogative in John Locke's Two Treatises of Government and the tyranny of the Obasanjo presidency in Nigeria's nascent democracy: 1999-2007.
- Interrogating Ogungbemi's anti-God humanism: between absolute certainty and absolute uncertainty.