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Trends in migrant political organizations in Nigeria

Eghosa E. Osaghae

Trends in migrant political organizations in Nigeria

the Igbo in Kano

by Eghosa E. Osaghae

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Published by IFRA in Ibadan, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kano State (Nigeria),
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Igbo (African people) -- Ethnic identity.,
    • Ethnicity -- Nigeria.,
    • Kano State (Nigeria) -- Social conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 84-89).

      StatementEghosa E. Osaghae.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.45.I33 O78 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 90 p. ;
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL838009M
      ISBN 10978201527X
      LC Control Number95114005
      OCLC/WorldCa32171802

      Migration in Nigeria A COUNTRY PROFILE Migration in Nigeria 17 route des Morillons, Gen Switzerland Tel.: +41 22 91 11 • Fax: +41 22 61 50File Size: 2MB. Nigeria, a case Gravil has described as a ‘mere self-righteous opportunism’ (Gravil, ). Aliens were blamed for all the economic, social and political problems that confronted the country (Adepoju, , b; Peil, ). For instance, they were cited for being responsible for the then.

      Nigeria- The Federal Government of Nigeria, with support from IOM, on Thursday (18/8) launched the National Labour Migration Policy in the capital, Abuja.. The policy, which was approved by the Federal Executive Council in October , aims to promote good governance of labor migration; protect and promote migrant workers’ welfare and optimize the benefits of labor migration on development.   Revolutions, war, terrorism and other attacks on business are hugely disruptive on supply chains, but impossible to predict. Political risk experts give their forecasts for next year.

        Slightly fewer -- but still half, at 50% -- say a migrant becoming their neighbor is a good thing, and 44% say a migrant marrying a close relative is a good thing. A closer look at the differences between results for these index items provides evidence that unique factors -- such as cultural norms and traditions -- are also at play. Lagos – “Most migrants would not have travelled in the first place if they were properly informed. With migrant resource centres (MRC), the incidence of irregular migration will be reduced to its barest minimum,” said Blessing Anefu, one of 30 participants at a recent follow-up training on effective management of MRCs. “This training is critical in equipping us with required.


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OSAGHAE, Eghosa E. Trends of Migrant Political Organization in Nigeria: The Igbo in Kano. Nouvelle édition [en ligne]. Ibadan: IFRA-Nigeria, (généré le 16 mai ).

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Overview of migration in Nigeria As the most populous country of Africa, with an estimated population of over million, Nigeria plays a key role in the evolution of African migrations.

OSAGHAE, Eghosa E. Trends of Migrant Political Organization in Nigeria: The Igbo in Kano. Nouvelle édition [en ligne]. Ibadan: IFRA-Nigeria, (généré le 23 avril ). International migrant stock is the number of people born in a country other than that in which they live.

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Political Parties -- Political parties in Nigeria have almost always been regionally and ethinically based. The country's extreme factionalism led to an incoherent party system with a large number of parties that deepened ethnic and religious cleavages. The book looks at the basic issues influencing the trends in Igbo movement to other parts of the country.

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