Category Archives: Vol.2/No.1/2014


by  James Agura Mtagher Department of Mathematics College of Education, Katsina-Ala.       Abstract Quadratic inequalities are a special class of inequalities. Being readily found in real life applications, they exhibit behaviour that has astounding peculiarities. There seem not to have been a direct method of attacking problems here that is devoid of disadvantages. […]

The Concept Of “Sustainable Development” And The Challenges Of Economic Growth And Development In Nigeria

by     Gabriel Gyang Dung Bridget Mlumun Akaakohol J.C. Akor   Department of Economics, College of Education, Katsina-Ala,     Abstract This article takes an analytical look at the theory of the concept of “sustainable development” with special reference to its underlying pillars or domains and the principles that should guide strides towards economic […]

A Revisitation Of The Emergent Forms And Stages Of Imperialism In Africa

by Terhile Thaddeus Ityonzughul Department of History Benue State University Makurdi, Benue State     Abstract African and European imperialism has been a dominant theme of African History or Afro-European incursion in World History. This has been a dominant historical phenomenon in the nineteenth and twentieth Centuries in historical documentations. In this wise, the article […]

Imperatives Of Information And Communication Technology (ICT) For Quality Secondary Education In Nigeria

By     1T. Terver Udu, PhD  2I.A. Akem 1Department of English & Literary Studies, College of Education, Katsina-Ala 2Department of Curriculum, College of Education, Katsina-Ala.   Abstract This article considers Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as an imperative for the attainment of quality secondary education in Nigeria. It argues that secondary education constitutes the […]

The Economics Of Adaptation To Climate Change: The Case Of Nigeria

by   Sebastian Orafaga Bii Department of Economics College of Education, Katsina-Ala     Abstract The economic impact of climate change is measured as the extent to which the climate of a given period affects social welfare in the period. Grim descriptions of the long-term consequences of climate change have given the impression that the […]

Integrating Tradition With Modernity In Contemporary African Politics

by Felix Tersoo Gbaeren Department of Political Science College of Education, Katsina-Ala         Abstract This article undertakes an excursion in to the past African traditional politics in order to assess how it fared during those periods, and examines how it has impacted on contemporary mode of African politics. The writer, using secondary […]