NATIONALISM,GLOBALIZATION PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS IN NIGERIA

NATIONALISM,GLOBALIZATION PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS IN NIGERIA

There are changes taking place we are all part of it they are good, bad and ugly. This Essay explains the Nigerian situation how Nationalism and Globalization is shaping our today’s world. Nationalist are group of people who have aspiration, feelings for the country. Globalization is openness and understanding between tow or more countries. Nigeria have other problems like ideology, nativism, separatism that Nationalism and Globalization try to contend with in a country of 250 diverse ethnic group over the years Nigeria have learn from other countries like USA, Europe, USSR which has become the bedrock of our modern society.

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