3 edition of Perspectives on cultism in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Perspectives on cultism in Nigeria
Joan A. Iyoha
|Statement||Joan A. Iyoha, G.A. Adeleke.|
|Contributions||Adeleke, G. A.|
|LC Classifications||LA1633.7 .I96 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Tertiary institutions in Nigeria are expected to play a major role in the country’s human resources development and to serve as vibrant centers of productive research and academic excellence. In recent times, cult violence has become. Books and meetings ; Cults usually provide beginners with all kinds of information to put them into the religious spirit. They can give you books, CDs, films, booklets, etc. The beginner is usually invited to the meetings of the cult, during which “miracles” happen to prove the righteousness of the cult’s beliefs.
18 As a way of introducing an additional preventive control measure against the spread of student cultism, the university authority in April, not only reaffirmed its earlier ban on secret cults but also directed all its students to swear to an affidavit of undertaking in a high court of Nigeria not to belong to or support any secret cult. The issue of cultism has in spite of many efforts at reducing it, soared up in the Nigeria’s tertiary institutions. Cultism has cast gloom over the educational sector. It is repeatedly said that the youths are the future leaders but it is a little wonder what the future holds for the youth of this country which has a good proportion of her youth.
THE EFFECT OF CULTISM ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EKIADOLOR, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE) ABSTRACT. The research work focused on the effects of cultism on students’ academic performance a case study of college of education, Ekiadolor-Benin. The research work consists of five chapters. Read "ORIGIN OF CULTISM IN NIGERIA" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This is a book that give a brief detail on the origination of the different existing dreadful cult groups in Nigeria, th 5/5.
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Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Cultism can be defined as the practice of activities that are associated with Secret Cults.
Secret Cults are organisations whose membership and modes of operation are considered to be unconventional and known to members only. Secret cult members pledge their allegiance to the cult, devoting themselves under oath to support and carryout the activities of [ ].
Cultism in Nigeria: History, Causes and Why Students Join. With Over 50 Cult Groups, Rivers Is Nigeria’s Hotbed Of Cultism From Kelvin Ebiri, Port Harcourt IN recent months, Rivers State has been in the grip of vicious cult violence.
The atrocious. Cultism from its definition is a socio-religious group whose beliefs are secret. This means that the rules of each cult confraternity, their objectives, aims, and obligations are known by their members only.
This article, explores list of secret cults in Nigeria. The issue of cultism is a top notch subject for discussion in Nigeria high.
In Nigeria, they are also known as secret cults. These cult groups usually have sign, symbols and languages they use which are unique to them. Knowing these means getting a clue to know if someone is a cultist or not. This article contains a list of all cult groups in. “Two months ago, I stole my father’s N50, and gave to her.
There was a time she gave me a gun to keep for her. I kept the gun in my book shelf for two days. She gave the gun to me because. Sunday Perspectives Justification for resuscitating the sovereign state of Biafra (1) Now, it is clear to those who value justice, equity, and truth that the way Nigeria is structured and governed.
Cultism In Nigeria Meaning of Cultism. Cultism can be defined as the practices or activities of a group of people who have extreme religious beliefs that are considered severe. It is a social crime which is very rampant within the school system, although cult groups are everywhere within the larger society.
Cultism A secret cult can be defined as an organization of which people come together to pledge their allegiances, under an oath and have a social bond of commitment and dedication for the good of the organization. Their activities are kept secret- thus the name “secret cult”, and kept away from other members of the Continue reading "Cultism in Schools and The Society; Effects and.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Most African universities including Nigeria have witnessed youth violent activities laced with campus confraternities.
The disturbing phenomenon has led to several theories on the emergence of this worrisome trend and what could be done to stave it off.
This paper reviewed the major theoretical perspectives on the. Origin of cultism in Nigeria. How did this all start. Initially, the goals of the cults were peaceful enough. For example, Wole Soyinka with 6 friends created a society called to protect the poor and needy people from discrimination.
All the participants were decent students. However, over time, cultism began to acquire violent features that. Addressing cultism is one of the cardinal objectives of establishing Peace Corps of Nigeria. We are out to check the vices that are rampant among the youths, including cultism, drug abuse and.
It is generally believed that cultism in Nigerian institutions can be traced to the Pyrates Confraternity formed at the University College, Ibadan, now University of Ibadan in by Nigeria’s only Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka and others. Even though they carried out their operations secretly, their purpose was positive.
What Are Solutions to Cultism in Nigeria. By Staff Writer Last Updated PM ET [jbdodane/Flickr] The Nigerian government has tried to use legal penalties such as college expulsion and jail time to end cultism. However, Nigerian cultism is a complex social problem that isn’t easily solved.
It may take ending other social. Cultism itself, according to history, started for a good cause, but over time things have changed. Let us take a look at the history of cultism in Nigeria and how it all began. Definition of cultism Cultism is defined as the activities or practices of a group of people with one common spiritual, religious or philosophical belief.
Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. 3Department of Sociology, University of Ilorin, Ilorin ABSTRACT: The menace of cultism in Nigerian schools has certainly emerged as one of the main social problems in contemporary Nigeria, with obvious psychological consequences.
ABUJA, Nigeria — “The girl was bleeding severely and the boys took a bottle of her blood and passed it around to drink,” year-old Omowunmi recalled as she narrated her first experience of cultism. She was just eight years old and in 3rd grade at a government school in the town of Ojota, in southwestern Lagos state, when she observed a group of seven young men raping a girl behind her.
A further publication of the Centre for Development and Conflict Management Studies (CEDCOMS), Ile-Ife, Nigeria. This study provides an overview of the problem of cultism in Nigerian higher education and some conceptual : Paperback.
The issue of cultism in Nigeria universities is not a new thing. There activities and operations within the school environment and the outside the school environment is worrisome with their.
Origin of cultism in Nigeria The origin of cultism in the Nigerian tertiary institutions can be traced to the Pirates Confraternity founded by the Nobel Laureate, Wole Soyinka and others at the University College, Ibadan (now the University of Ibadan), in The confraternity.cultism in the i nstitutions of hi gher learnin g in Nigeria is to o frightenin g to esti mate (Eneh, ).
Achebe () sub mits that t here is noth ing wron g with the geographical entit y called. Being Text of a Paper Presented by Mr Ben Oguntuase, NAS Capone at the Anti-Cult Week Symposium organised by the University of Lagos on Wednesday, November 3, This Anti-Cult week marks another important step towards dealing with one of the contemporary problems facing higher education in Nigeria.