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The present work on schedule studies the issue of human rights in Africa from a multidisciplinary perspective: history, religion, governance, culture, etc.
The major areas of concern for the scholars who have written the different chapters of this work are the interpretation of human rights, which is fundamental to its understanding, application and results; the Mass media, its responsibilities and challenges; electoral rights; human rights in African traditional religion, and very significant is the Boko Haram issue which has bordered the development of Nigeria as a nation.
This work is a significant contribution to the development of literature in the area of human rights with particular reference to the Nigerian context, and an indispensable material for all those who appreciate literature on human rights.
KANU Ikechukwu Anthony is a Professor of Religion and Cultural Studies, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University.
He is also the President of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies.
NDUBISI Ejikemeuwa J.
is a Lecturer of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University, Nigeria.
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