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Adventure tour of Lagos, Nigeria
1.867,42 € *
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Lagos as the commercial capital of Nigeria is an adventurer’s dream. Our adventure tour of Lagos includes various activities like trekking on the longest canopy walk in Africa, mountain hiking, river rafting just to give you a great adventure in the city that is ever bustlingAs we are Nigerians living in Nigeria, we posses great knowledge of the destinations and as such, you are guaranteed an experience you will never forget

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 07.06.2020
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The Best Of Abuja Walking Tour
217,09 € *
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Want to see Abuja, the best-planned city in Nigeria, and one of the best in Africa? With wide roads, green areas, distinct residential and commercial zones, there’s so much to see and take in, while in this slow-paced city. And what better way to get a feel of this friendly and peaceful city than by taking a walk.This walk will take place at the serene Usuma Dam, under the guidance of an experienced local guide. At Usuma Dam, you’ll experience peace and serenity. While there, you’ll walk, meet and chat with locals, see many species of birds, and watch fishermen in small boats going about their business.It is a bit out of town and a perfect place for hiking and picnics. You’ll see people enjoying their barbecue, hanging around, and chatting. It's a must-visit for anyone who loves nature. You can go to the top of the hill and have a captivating view of the whole area, including the body of water. The air is fresh, and it's a nice place to take pictures.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 07.06.2020
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Economic Reform Poverty and Internal Security i...
71,90 € *
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Economic reforms policies and programmes are internationally designed approaches by the World Bank and I.M.F with the overt aim of reorganizing and repositioning the economies of the underdeveloped countries and the Third Word toward re-servicing their economies by creating employment and reducing poverty, Nigeria inclusive. Using a combination of primary and secondary method of data collection and analysis, the study distilled that these programmes and policies SAP, deregulation, liberilisation e.t.c instead elevate the level of poverty, unemployment, inequality, providing the context for youths idleness and attendant implication on national security. Equally, the researcher uses the underdevelopment theory as the main theoretical base of the study to assess the nexus between economic reform, poverty and national security in Nigeria. This enables the study to further confirm that, failure of previous attempts at poverty alleviation and economic reform policies largely contributed towards hiking the tempo of poverty, thereby rendering the poor vulnerable as easy fray for indoctrination into terrorist enclave which affected national security in Nigeria.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 07.06.2020
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Mo lrakjokyo Bo Mo  Ngyan'jok Di Hiamnda
71,90 CHF *
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Dr. Daniel M.N. McDikkoh was born in Jzheik Town (Kurmin Musa), in former Zaria Province, now Kaduna State of Nigeria.He was the sixth of a family of eleven children. He started his education at Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Elementary or Primary School in January 1951 (and by-the-way stayed 4 years in just primary one from 1951 t0o 1954), and from 1955-1962, except for 1959, when he spent most of that year at home in the farm, when he finally completed primary seven. He then left Kurmin Musa for the Kagoro for the 1963 and 1964 to attend the then and now defunct Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Kagoro Bible College and subsequently, he then proceeded to attend the Sudan United Mission (SUM) Nurse Training School at the Vom Christian Hospital from 1965 through 1968. Following his successful completion of the nursing education, he went to work as school nurse Gindiri and Schools Dispensary for the year 1969. From Gindiri and Schools, he then went to work for the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria from 1970 to 1971; and finally to the Sick Bay clinic of the A.B.U. Main Campus, Samaru, Zaria, in 1972, from where he proceeded to the United States for further studies early on January 6, 1973. In United States Dr. McDikkoh first studied at 1974 - 1975 at the Essex Community College and, then proceeded to study a baccalaureate degree in nursing from 1975 through 1978 at the Rutgers State University and graduated in 1978. During his university study years, he was very active in student affairs and helped organize the African Student Union and was then elected its first president in 1978. Following the completion of his nursing education at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, he then attended Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City, New York from 1978 -1981 and obtained Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in nursing education and Masters of Arts (M.A.) in nursing supervision in 1980; from 1983 through 1985, he did post graduate studies (Ed. D degree program) in sociology of education at Rutgers State University of New jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey but did not complete the program; but later on transferred to the Ph. D program at Southwestern University, New Orleans, Louisiana to study Health Care Administration, where he completed his doctoral studies in 1990. From 1989 to 1994 he studied medicine at the Spartan health Sciences University St. Lucia in the Caribbean Islands of West Indies, where he completed his received a medical, degree of doctor medicine in 1994. After graduating from the medical school, he returned to Nigeria, between 1996 and 2001 where he founded the Tijzheik Memorial Clinic in Kurmin Musa as preparatory work or harbinger for a proposed Tijzheik Memorial Hospital Kurmin Musa, Nigeria. Dr. Daniel McDikkoh currently resides in El Paso, Texas with his wife Leticia and four daughters: Diana Celestia, Cynthia Gimbiya who were brought from Nigerian 2007, Danielle Gimbia, and Epiphany Seim. He taught nursing at the department of nursing, El Paso Community College, El Paso, Texas in registered nurse program from 2003 to 2018 and taught predominantly medical-surgical and mental health nursing at the El Paso community College where he has been teaching. He retired in May, 2018 at the end of the 2017-2018 session. He has traveled far and wide in West Africa, North America - including Canada and Mexico - Europe, the Caribbean and parts of the Middle East, including Israel; he enjoys several out-door sports like soccer, tennis, hiking and bike riding.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.06.2020
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Mo lrakjokyo Bo Mo  Ngyan'jok Di Hiamnda
95,90 CHF *
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Dr. Daniel M.N. McDikkoh was born in Jzheik Town (Kurmin Musa), in former Zaria Province, now Kaduna State of Nigeria.He was the sixth of a family of eleven children. He started his education at Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Elementary or Primary School in January 1951 (and by-the-way stayed 4 years in just primary one from 1951 t0o 1954), and from 1955-1962, except for 1959, when he spent most of that year at home in the farm, when he finally completed primary seven. He then left Kurmin Musa for the Kagoro for the 1963 and 1964 to attend the then and now defunct Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Kagoro Bible College and subsequently, he then proceeded to attend the Sudan United Mission (SUM) Nurse Training School at the Vom Christian Hospital from 1965 through 1968. Following his successful completion of the nursing education, he went to work as school nurse Gindiri and Schools Dispensary for the year 1969. From Gindiri and Schools, he then went to work for the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria from 1970 to 1971; and finally to the Sick Bay clinic of the A.B.U. Main Campus, Samaru, Zaria, in 1972, from where he proceeded to the United States for further studies early on January 6, 1973. In United States Dr. McDikkoh first studied at 1974 - 1975 at the Essex Community College and, then proceeded to study a baccalaureate degree in nursing from 1975 through 1978 at the Rutgers State University and graduated in 1978. During his university study years, he was very active in student affairs and helped organize the African Student Union and was then elected its first president in 1978. Following the completion of his nursing education at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, he then attended Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City, New York from 1978 -1981 and obtained Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in nursing education and Masters of Arts (M.A.) in nursing supervision in 1980; from 1983 through 1985, he did post graduate studies (Ed. D degree program) in sociology of education at Rutgers State University of New jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey but did not complete the program; but later on transferred to the Ph. D program at Southwestern University, New Orleans, Louisiana to study Health Care Administration, where he completed his doctoral studies in 1990. From 1989 to 1994 he studied medicine at the Spartan health Sciences University St. Lucia in the Caribbean Islands of West Indies, where he completed his received a medical, degree of doctor medicine in 1994. After graduating from the medical school, he returned to Nigeria, between 1996 and 2001 where he founded the Tijzheik Memorial Clinic in Kurmin Musa as preparatory work or harbinger for a proposed Tijzheik Memorial Hospital Kurmin Musa, Nigeria. Dr. Daniel McDikkoh currently resides in El Paso, Texas with his wife Leticia and four daughters: Diana Celestia, Cynthia Gimbiya who were brought from Nigerian 2007, Danielle Gimbia, and Epiphany Seim. He taught nursing at the department of nursing, El Paso Community College, El Paso, Texas in registered nurse program from 2003 to 2018 and taught predominantly medical-surgical and mental health nursing at the El Paso community College where he has been teaching. He retired in May, 2018 at the end of the 2017-2018 session. He has traveled far and wide in West Africa, North America - including Canada and Mexico - Europe, the Caribbean and parts of the Middle East, including Israel; he enjoys several out-door sports like soccer, tennis, hiking and bike riding.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.06.2020
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Mo lrakjokyo Bo Mo  Ngyan'jok Di Hiamnda
64,99 € *
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Dr. Daniel M.N. McDikkoh was born in Jzheik Town (Kurmin Musa), in former Zaria Province, now Kaduna State of Nigeria.He was the sixth of a family of eleven children. He started his education at Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Elementary or Primary School in January 1951 (and by-the-way stayed 4 years in just primary one from 1951 t0o 1954), and from 1955-1962, except for 1959, when he spent most of that year at home in the farm, when he finally completed primary seven. He then left Kurmin Musa for the Kagoro for the 1963 and 1964 to attend the then and now defunct Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Kagoro Bible College and subsequently, he then proceeded to attend the Sudan United Mission (SUM) Nurse Training School at the Vom Christian Hospital from 1965 through 1968. Following his successful completion of the nursing education, he went to work as school nurse Gindiri and Schools Dispensary for the year 1969. From Gindiri and Schools, he then went to work for the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria from 1970 to 1971; and finally to the Sick Bay clinic of the A.B.U. Main Campus, Samaru, Zaria, in 1972, from where he proceeded to the United States for further studies early on January 6, 1973. In United States Dr. McDikkoh first studied at 1974 - 1975 at the Essex Community College and, then proceeded to study a baccalaureate degree in nursing from 1975 through 1978 at the Rutgers State University and graduated in 1978. During his university study years, he was very active in student affairs and helped organize the African Student Union and was then elected its first president in 1978. Following the completion of his nursing education at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, he then attended Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City, New York from 1978 -1981 and obtained Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in nursing education and Masters of Arts (M.A.) in nursing supervision in 1980; from 1983 through 1985, he did post graduate studies (Ed. D degree program) in sociology of education at Rutgers State University of New jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey but did not complete the program; but later on transferred to the Ph. D program at Southwestern University, New Orleans, Louisiana to study Health Care Administration, where he completed his doctoral studies in 1990. From 1989 to 1994 he studied medicine at the Spartan health Sciences University St. Lucia in the Caribbean Islands of West Indies, where he completed his received a medical, degree of doctor medicine in 1994. After graduating from the medical school, he returned to Nigeria, between 1996 and 2001 where he founded the Tijzheik Memorial Clinic in Kurmin Musa as preparatory work or harbinger for a proposed Tijzheik Memorial Hospital Kurmin Musa, Nigeria. Dr. Daniel McDikkoh currently resides in El Paso, Texas with his wife Leticia and four daughters: Diana Celestia, Cynthia Gimbiya who were brought from Nigerian 2007, Danielle Gimbia, and Epiphany Seim. He taught nursing at the department of nursing, El Paso Community College, El Paso, Texas in registered nurse program from 2003 to 2018 and taught predominantly medical-surgical and mental health nursing at the El Paso community College where he has been teaching. He retired in May, 2018 at the end of the 2017-2018 session. He has traveled far and wide in West Africa, North America - including Canada and Mexico - Europe, the Caribbean and parts of the Middle East, including Israel; he enjoys several out-door sports like soccer, tennis, hiking and bike riding.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.06.2020
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Mo lrakjokyo Bo Mo  Ngyan'jok Di Hiamnda
48,99 € *
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Dr. Daniel M.N. McDikkoh was born in Jzheik Town (Kurmin Musa), in former Zaria Province, now Kaduna State of Nigeria.He was the sixth of a family of eleven children. He started his education at Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Elementary or Primary School in January 1951 (and by-the-way stayed 4 years in just primary one from 1951 t0o 1954), and from 1955-1962, except for 1959, when he spent most of that year at home in the farm, when he finally completed primary seven. He then left Kurmin Musa for the Kagoro for the 1963 and 1964 to attend the then and now defunct Sudan Interior Mission (SIM) Kagoro Bible College and subsequently, he then proceeded to attend the Sudan United Mission (SUM) Nurse Training School at the Vom Christian Hospital from 1965 through 1968. Following his successful completion of the nursing education, he went to work as school nurse Gindiri and Schools Dispensary for the year 1969. From Gindiri and Schools, he then went to work for the Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria from 1970 to 1971; and finally to the Sick Bay clinic of the A.B.U. Main Campus, Samaru, Zaria, in 1972, from where he proceeded to the United States for further studies early on January 6, 1973. In United States Dr. McDikkoh first studied at 1974 - 1975 at the Essex Community College and, then proceeded to study a baccalaureate degree in nursing from 1975 through 1978 at the Rutgers State University and graduated in 1978. During his university study years, he was very active in student affairs and helped organize the African Student Union and was then elected its first president in 1978. Following the completion of his nursing education at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey, he then attended Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City, New York from 1978 -1981 and obtained Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in nursing education and Masters of Arts (M.A.) in nursing supervision in 1980; from 1983 through 1985, he did post graduate studies (Ed. D degree program) in sociology of education at Rutgers State University of New jersey, New Brunswick, New Jersey but did not complete the program; but later on transferred to the Ph. D program at Southwestern University, New Orleans, Louisiana to study Health Care Administration, where he completed his doctoral studies in 1990. From 1989 to 1994 he studied medicine at the Spartan health Sciences University St. Lucia in the Caribbean Islands of West Indies, where he completed his received a medical, degree of doctor medicine in 1994. After graduating from the medical school, he returned to Nigeria, between 1996 and 2001 where he founded the Tijzheik Memorial Clinic in Kurmin Musa as preparatory work or harbinger for a proposed Tijzheik Memorial Hospital Kurmin Musa, Nigeria. Dr. Daniel McDikkoh currently resides in El Paso, Texas with his wife Leticia and four daughters: Diana Celestia, Cynthia Gimbiya who were brought from Nigerian 2007, Danielle Gimbia, and Epiphany Seim. He taught nursing at the department of nursing, El Paso Community College, El Paso, Texas in registered nurse program from 2003 to 2018 and taught predominantly medical-surgical and mental health nursing at the El Paso community College where he has been teaching. He retired in May, 2018 at the end of the 2017-2018 session. He has traveled far and wide in West Africa, North America - including Canada and Mexico - Europe, the Caribbean and parts of the Middle East, including Israel; he enjoys several out-door sports like soccer, tennis, hiking and bike riding.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.06.2020
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