The Land Question and Agricultural production among Women in Ozalla Community, Edo State, Nigeria
Published at International Journal of Research in Arts and Social Sciences. Vol. 2. Society for Research and Academic Excellence, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
Published in 2010
Iruonagbe Charles » Dr. Iruonagbe, Tunde Charles hails from Ozalla Clan, Owan West Local Government Area, Edo State, Nigeria. He attended Isiuwa Primary School, N.I.F.O.R. Benin; Government College Ughelli, Delta State and St. Davids’ College, Evboneka, Benin. He went on to study Sociology at Edo State University, Ekpoma. He also obtained a Masters degree in Sociology of Development from the University of... view full profile
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