Ethics in Nigerian Culture
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Ethics in Nigerian Culture

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Hardcover, 120 pages
Published January 1st 1982 by Heinemann Educational Books
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Elechi Amadi was born in Aluu (near Port Harcourt), in the Delta region of Eastern Nigeria, into an Ibo family, representing a minority nation (tribe), the Ikwere. He studied at the Government College in Umuahia, and like other major Nigerian writers, he was educated at the University College of Ibadan. Its legendary English department and the student magazine The Horn encouraged a number of aspir...more
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