Uche Augustine Dike

Uche Augustine Dike
Niger Delta University · Department of Religious Studies, Faculty of Arts

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The paper is a field research work delving into the ethnophilosophy of Ogba religion. Its focal point is on the people' worldview, as it pertains to life, public morality, value and Adamic sins in Ogba Land Rivers State, Nigeria. It posits that the natural or physical world is an extension of the supernatural or the spiritual and must be understood...
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The paper is a research work on various social problems dominant in the Niger Delta. It focuses on youth restiveness and Ogba people system of traditional rulership referred to as Ogba theocracy in this paper. Its highlights is that this form of government could be used as a means of quelling Adamic sins represented in this context as youth restive...
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This is a research finding on the funeral rites of ancestors in Ogbaland; Rivers State Nigeria. Death is a mystery which has engaged the attention of scholars all over the world. No doubt there are attempts by scientific research to proffer a solution to the phenomenon of death, but it has been a failure. All must die physically. By way of advancem...
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This is a field research work on the divine laws imperatives using Ogba Land among the Niger Delta of Rivers State, Nigeria as a case study. Divine law is said to be supernatural because it emanates from God, the Supreme Being. In this sense it stands above every other laws in the Land no matter its source of judicial process. Often man is confused...