The paper is a study of the phenomenal mushrooming of religious groupings in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Since the 1970s, a mushrooming of campus religious groups has continously impacted on the growth of education in Nigeria. The paper examined the new fundamentalist fervour and awakening pentecostal preachings of numerous voluntary religious groups on Nigerian campuses. The paper observed that a pronounced diversity of religious inclination among students has produced a tense climate inimical to the pursuit of educational interests on these campuses. Many Nigerian campuses are crisis-prone all-year round as authorities try to keep down religious riots within manageable limits. The paper suggests various methods of conflict resolution cum alternative dispute resolution techniques for these campuses in order to safeguard the pursuit of educational interests which are the main objects of these institutions.
|Keywords:||University Conflicts, Resolution|
Lecturer in Law, PhD. Faculty of Law, Kampala International University, Kampala, Uganda
There are currently no reviews of this product.Write a Review