IJSRP, Volume 9, Issue 4, April 2019 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
OTU OFFIONG DUKE, DICKSON DAVID AGBAJI
Many of us still think of the world vis-à-vis parts: different countries and peoples. However, the different parts of the world are now intermeshed across spatial and temporal trajectories into a synchronic order; a whole which has many commonalities and connections that cut across political borders, national identities and cultural differences. Little wonder the world is now called a “global village” because of the interconnectedness of economic, technological, religious, communications and transportation, military and political activities among people of the distinct states and societies on earth.