Aluede, Oyaziwo; Afen-Akpaida, Justina E.; Adomeh, Ilu O.C.
December 2004
Education;Winter2004, Vol. 125 Issue 2, p296
Academic Journal
This paper examined guidance and counselling profession in Nigeria, with a discussion on the history, the present status and the problems confronting the profession in Nigeria, Recommendations are made that the authors believe if implemented would bring the counselling profession in Nigeria into relevance.


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