RADIO AND POLITICAL MOBILISATION OF WOMEN IN ADO-ODO/OTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF OGUN STATE
This study explores the role of radio in mobilising women for politics in Ado-Odo/Ota area of Ogun state of Nigeria. Survey design was used and the results were presented with tables and analysed using simple percentages. The sample size of the study was 200 respondents but only 199 copies of the questionnaire were useful for analysis. This study examined the extent to which women were...
OYESOMI KEHINDE AND OKORIE NELSON
OYESOMI Kehinde Opeyemi » FARINDE, Kehinde Opeyemi Covenant University, Ota Ogun State, Nigeria. +2348034628510, +2348098780910 firstname.lastname@example.org view full profile
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