About the Journal

Journal of the Nigerian Languages Project is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary academic journal. It publishes serious, well-researched and original papers or reports in linguistics, languages, literature, culture, information, and technology as well as communication studies, particularly related to Nigerian languages. It is published every year, and occasional supplements are also published as the needs arise. Manuscripts are received all year round for consideration, and above all, it is an outlet for the work of the Nigerian Languages Project (NLP), some of which pass through its conference: The Conference of the Nigerian Languages Project (CNLP)

Current Issue

Vol. 5 (2023): Journal of the Nigerian Languages Project
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Published: 2024-05-17

Articles

  • Nominal Phrases in Longuda

    Oluseye Olusegun Adegboye
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.60787/jnlp-v5-46
  • Socio-ethical appraisal of life after death among the traditional Ibibio

    Promise Akpan, Clement Eton, Enobong Lot
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.60787/jnlp-v5-49
  • Tense and agreement markers in Bekwarra

    Clement Echa Onigah
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.60787/jnlp-v5-50
  • Evaluating the socio-cultural expressions of ideology and identity construction in the Ẹdo (Benin) guilds

    William Ighasere Aigbedo
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.60787/jnlp-v5-51
  • The influence of social factors on students’ performance in learning English as a second language in Abia State of Nigeria

    Ngozi Ijeoma Ugo-Ochulo
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.60787/jnlp-v5-52
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