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Self-Determination through Secession under International and National Regimes: The Status of Biafra Agitators and Boko Haram Islamists In Nigeria

By Gwom S Gwom

Self-Determination through Secession under International and National Regimes: The Status of Biafra Agitators and Boko Haram Islamists In Nigeria

Published: 03/05/2019

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Industrializing Nigeria and Sudan as Developing Economies through Patent Protection: Reverse Engineering to the Rescue

By Gwom S Gwom

Industrializing Nigeria and Sudan as Developing Economies through Patent Protection: Reverse Engineering to the Rescue

Published: 10/07/2017

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COMPULSORY LICENSING: AN OPTION FOR ACCELERATING DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

By Kasim Musa Waziri - University Of Ilorin Law Journal (2012 Uilj) Vol. 8)

COMPULSORY LICENSING: AN OPTION FOR ACCELERATING DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Published: 03/01/2012

Tags: Compulsory, Licensing, Development, Developing Countries.

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Does Patent Licensing Mean Innovation?

By Prof. Waziri K. M. & Awomolo O.f - Bayero Journal Of International Law & Jurisprudence (bjilj) Vol.2, No. 1, 2017

Patent licensing has become a platform for mutual cooperation and togetherness. It has engendered what we call ‘innovate by patent barter’. For, in today’s technology world, it appears no one has it all; some have got the technical knowhow, some others have got the name, while some others the money. What patent licensing does is that it foists these abilities on a common platform and makes it possible for companies in search of additional technology to obtain same at a simple cost. The end product of these patent licenses has since become novel products and technologies. In this paper, our aims and objectives here shall be to show how patent licensing has become a fabricator of innovations, for while some assert that patent licensing is only a money making venture, we hold a contrary view and in fact seek to show that cross licensing, a novel kind of patent licensing involves little or no money, rather it entails just the exchange of patent. We shall be attempting to do this by carrying out a study of existing literature on the subject, as well as analyzing primary and secondary sources of information on the subject, in order to reach the conclusion that indeed patent licensing does mean and is synonymous with or in the long run, leads to innovation.

Published: 05/10/2017

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Information Sources Used by Postgraduate Students in Library and Information Science: A Citation Analysis of Dissertations

By Echezona R.i., Ukwuoma, S, et al

Information Sources Used by Postgraduate Students in Library and Information Science: A Citation Analysis of Dissertations

Published: 07/05/2011

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THE TROPICS, ITS SOILS AND HORTICULTURE

By Godwin

THE TROPICS, ITS SOILS AND HORTICULTURE

Published: 06/06/2017

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THE TROPICS, ITS SOILS AND HORTICULTURE

By Uuuuu

THE TROPICS, ITS SOILS AND HORTICULTURE

Published: 06/06/2019

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A Focus on Advanced Fee Fraud in Nigeria: Nature, Prevalence and the Urgent Need for Enforcement of Relevant Laws

By G.s Gwom, Damon Nandam Dashe And E. Ibu Otor

A Focus on Advanced Fee Fraud in Nigeria: Nature, Prevalence and the Urgent Need for Enforcement of Relevant Laws

Published: 28/12/2015

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Archaeological Sites as Visitor Attractions: Towards Preserving and Presenting Nigeria’s Archaeological Heritage

By Dr. L. C. Ekechukwu

Archaeological Sites as Visitor Attractions: Towards Preserving and Presenting Nigeria’s Archaeological Heritage

Published: 01/12/2011

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First, there is the basic existentialist standpoint, that existence precedes essence, has primacy over essence. Man is a conscious subject, rather than a thing to be predicted or manipulated;

By Godwin

First, there is the basic existentialist standpoint, that existence precedes essence, has primacy over essence. Man is a conscious subject, rather than a thing to be predicted or manipulated; he exists as a conscious being, and not in accordance with any definition, essence, generalization, or system. Existentialism says I am nothing else but my own conscious existence. --by T. Z. Lavine

Published: 30/05/2019

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Child bride marriage in a Nigerian home video entitled Wives on Strike by OmoniOboli

By Roselineyacim,ph.d Department Of Theatre Arts University Of Abuja Abuja Roseline.yacim@uniabuja.edu.ng And Nonso Okafor Department Of Theatre Arts University Of Abuja Abuja Okafor.nonso@hotm

Child bride marriage in a Nigerian home video entitled Wives on Strike by OmoniOboli

Published: 05/02/2018

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The Effect of Climate Change on Agricultural Production among Farmers in Kwali Area Council of Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria

By F.u. Ebele (ph.d); B.g. Aregbesola; D.t. Haastrup

The Effect of Climate Change on Agricultural Production among Farmers in Kwali Area Council of Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria

Published: 09/03/2014

Tags: Kwali, Climate Change, Agricultural Production, Farmers.

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MYSTICAL POWERS OF WITCHCRAFT AMONG THE GBAGYIS

By Adeola Kehinde Adedayo And Ayuba Yusuf Larry Sanda

MYSTICAL POWERS OF WITCHCRAFT AMONG THE GBAGYIS

Published: 28/01/2011

Tags: RELIGION, WITCHCRAFT, GBAGYI, GBARI

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Deliberative Rationality as a Cultur eof Peace

By Akande J. Tunde

Deliberative Rationality as a Cultur eof Peace

Published: 28/05/2019

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Objective Interpretations of Islamic Texts: A Panacea for Peaceful Coexistence

By Abdulazeez Balogun Shittu, Phd, and Olaofe Musa Adeyemi, Phd

Objective Interpretations of Islamic Texts: A Panacea for Peaceful Coexistence

Published: 22/04/2013

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