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Feminism: The Agony of Men shows how the feminist movement—which advocates for equal rights, opportunity, and authority with men—is the major cause of unending tension between men and women both in marriages and in relationships outside of marriage. This feminist philosophy has left men groaning in pains in his own world, as his spouse believes they are partners in the marriage and so must have equal rights, authority, and opportunity.

Until the philosophy behind feminism is curbed, men will continue to experience pains under cold relationships that will eventually lead to the collapse of their marriages. Feminism: The Agony of Men is an exposition of the silent pains men go through in marriages induced by feminism and the need for restraint, allowing natural order to prevail.

 

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Other Works

 

Career Frustration in the Workplace

Spend enough time in the workplace, and you’ll come to the same conclusion that Michael Owhoko comes to in this career-changing book: Office politics can make or break your career. But many times an organization’s rules are unwritten, and it’s up to the rank and file to find out how things work on their own. As a result, the careers of many innocent employees have come to a standstill or are cut short altogether-all before really getting started. In this guidebook for employees trying to make sense of it all-as well as for businesses seeking to improve their office environment-the author provides tips so you can * prove your worth to older generations of workers; * confront bad behavior without being labelled as anti-establishment; and * follow through on organizational mission statements and objectives. Make a conscious decision to prevent your career from being sidetracked by managers and co-workers who deliberately manipulate procedures and processes for their own selfish gains. It starts when you equip yourself with the knowledge to navigate Career Frustration in the Workplace.

 

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Nigeria on the Precipice: Issues, Options, and Solutions: Lessons for Emerging Heterogeneous Societies

Ever since the British created Nigeria in 1914 without regard to the cultural differences and incompatibility of the people in the northern and southern protectorates, the nation has been wracked by problems.

The Nigerian civil war fought from 1967 to 1970 is just one example of the violence that has crippled the nation. With the Nigerian people issuing a sustained call for change, it’s clear that they are not satisfied with the current system of government.

So far, leaders have not responded to the discontent, but they’d be well served by holding a referendum to decide what kind of government to adopt.

This referendum must be conducted if Nigeria has any chance of stepping away from the precipice. With a referendum, the government would not only make headway on overcoming problems but regain the trust of its people.

If Nigerians don’t continue to demand change – and if leaders don’t start paying attention to them – the country will continue to be plagued by the remnants of Great Britain’s divide-and-conquer strategy.

 

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The Future of Nigeria

The future of Nigeria is predictable. Ever since the British created Nigeria in 1914 without regard to the cultural differences and incompatibility of the people in the northern and southern protectorates, the nation has been wracked by problems. The Nigerian civil war fought from 1967 to 1970 is just one example of the violence that has crippled the nation. With the Nigerian people issuing a sustained call for change, it’s clear that they are not satisfied with the current system of government. So far, leaders have not responded to the discontent, but they’d be well served by holding a referendum to decide what kind of government to adopt. This referendum must be conducted if Nigeria has any chance of stepping away from the precipice. With a referendum, the government would not only make headway on overcoming the problems but regain the trust of its people. If Nigerians don’t continue to demand change – and if leaders don’t start paying attention to them – the country will continue to be plagued by discontent, ethnicism, disunity and unpatriotism, leading to eventual deamalgamation and balkanization of Nigeria.

 

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The Language of Oil & Gas

Complete explanation of oil and gas terminology • Include all current developments in the petroleum frontiers • Clear and detailed definitions • Extensively cross referenced • Handy for quick and easy reference • Vital for practitioners, journalists, contractors, businessmen and students.

 

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