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Employment History

Contributor

The Guardian (Nigeria)


Member, Department of History

University of Ibadan


History Teacher

University of Ibadan


Staff Member of the Department of History

University of Ibadan


Member, History Department

Ibadan Univeristy


Web References(8 Total References)


www.guardiannewsngr.com

By G.A. AkinolaDr. Akinola is with the Department of History, University of Ibadan.


www.dawodu.com [cached]

G.A. Akinola
Akinola teaches history at the University of Ibadan


www.huhuonline.com

The trials of General Obasanjo by Dr. G.A. Akinola
Dr. Akinola Dr. Akinola is a staff member of the Department of History, University of Ibadan.


www.saharareporters.com [cached]

These are the characters ingeniously dubbed "the professional facilitators of dictatorship" in a recent article by Dr. G.A. Akinola of Ibadan Univeristy's History Department.


www.saharareporters.com

In expressing displeasure at the negative impact of religion on Nigeria's democracy, G.A. Akinola of the Department of History, University of Ibadan highlighted that "the neo-Christian unabashed identification of God with mammon has reduced the teaching of Jesus to a hankering after material success, including the acquisition of power and influence, often at the expense of the lives and happiness of others.
As Akinola observed, "the wider significance of punctilious religious observance, devoid of basic humanity, is constantly manifested in recurrent sectarian riots and upheavals, particularly in Northern Nigeria.


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