Home Video: The Future of The Nigerian Child (Vol. 1, No. 7)

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Children are the heritage of the Lord Almighty. Children of all nations are the future, Nigerian child is Nigeria’s future. The child in this context is characterized by the nationality, Nigeria, it therefore, rules out all forms of discrimination; tribe, language, sex, age, financial statue, caste, ethnicity, and so on. Nigeria is the giant of Africa, blessed with many resources, the Nigerian child being the greatest of all, how much has Nigeria invested in them to expect their very best in future is a question that its actual answer should be decried by every lover of the nation. (more…)

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Christian Courtship Before Marriage (Vol. 1, No. 5)

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Many have regrettably wished to have remained single, most girls report to have encountered irreconcilable difficulties that became increasingly problematic all through their lives. Some girls have been marginalised and perilously threatened at their matrimonial home. Worse still, many have been killed in the cold hands of ritualists who claim to be the man of their lives. at the tribunals we have witnessed many young couples requesting for immediate annulment after few years or months of marital life due to several cases of marital impediments. (more…)

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Marriage Crisis in the Contemporary African Society (Vol. 1, No. 3)

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The state of marriage today is for all intents and purposes, a global concern. Available statistics can be alarming. The United States has the highest degree of divorce state in the world. South Korea takes the second place in this league of infamous. In Western Europe, it was gathered that 40% of marriages end in divorce within the first three to four years. The number of one parent family is steadily on the increase; the inexorable demands of homosexual and lesbian couples for more rights of bisexual families send a shudder on those whose view of family life is still traditional. (more…)

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Violence in Media and the Youth (Vol. 1, No. 2)

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In an unfolding sophistication of modern living, things have fallen apart and the centre cannot hold especially in this our very capricious age. Moving immediately into the brass tacks, it is noteworthy that the media is without a doubt, a highly significant aspect of contemporary youth’s lives.  It constitutes their most significant leisure-time pursuit by all standards. ‘Media’ includes the whole range of modern communication tools: television, the cinema, radio, photography, advertising, newspapers and magazines, recorded music and lyrics, computer and video games, the Internet (blogs, chats, podcasts, Skype, webcam, social networks online, Facebook, YouTube, Second life), and cell phones. (more…)

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How Homely are Home Movies? (Vol. 1, No. 1)

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It is on record that the modern world has gone agog with many scientific and technological discoveries, and the new culture of video watching in the lives of youths which assumed positions of importance in our country are home video, computers, facsimile and satellite dish. But it is assumed that the one most accessible to them as yet is HOME MOVIE, hence the present interest in it. Today, less than two decades after its invention, home video has become a regular feature of middle class homes of the urban areas. (more…)

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