Is Africa Merely An Effect? IJRC  Vol. 01 No. 01 (2012)  OLATUNJI Cyril-Mary Pius Olatunji Adekunle Ajasin University Department of Philosophy Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria Abstract There have been hot debates over the issue of colonialism in Africa and several theories have emerged from the debates. The Afro-pessimism of Achile Mbembe, the conceptual decolonisation

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Objective: Nigeria, Africa’s largest nation is plagued with eth­nic, political and religious tensions. Boko Ha­ram, a terrorist labeled organization–operating out of its Muslim predominated north eastern states–is an existential threat to the peace and prosperity of the na­tion. Considering that all terrorism or rebel­lion is so­cio-political, this paper in­vestigates the perceptions of Boko Haram within

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06/18/2013 By Staff, RYOT News For centuries, tales of the fabled city of Heracleion have inspired the archeological community, but no one knew if it really existed or not — until now. A team of researchers have located the sunken harbor city 150 feet under Egypt’s Bay of Aboukir. Divers have been scouring the site

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RGUILD A car is only useful in hauling itself around. The average car in the United States weights two tons, that’s 4000 pounds of steel being hauled around everywhere you go. With you weighing just about 200lbs, that means—to move around, you haul 20 times your weight. Now considering the fuel implications of the loads

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