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THE EFFECT OF KOKO TOXIC WASTE IN THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT

By Jack Acheme Onjefu

The toxic waste is a great issue that needs to be trash out in the continent as well as the entire land area of Nigeria. It is vital to guide and equip citizens with the knowledge of environmental education to enable that knows the effect especially the koko toxic waste issue in Nigeria in late 1980s.

Published: 16/10/2006

Tags: koko, toxic waste, efeects

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AVIAN INFLUENZA (BIRD FLU): THE IMPLICATIONS FOR NIGERIA

By Izuakor Chioma Frances

The Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) had held sway in the course of time and had been the major acute and fatal disease of poultry. The Avian Influenza is a disease caused by the highly pathogenic H5NI virus. The disease has spread through Europe, Asia and has reached Nigeria the first African country to record the diseases.

Published: 18/09/2007

Tags: influenza, bird flu, avain, Izuokor

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF NIGERIA EXPORT PROMOTION COUNCIL

By Iwuji Chimamaka Vivian

Nigeria Export Promotion Council is one of the tools that Nigeria can use to create a favorable image in the eyes of other host country in which they are exporting their commodities to, in other to satisfy needs profitably.

Published: 10/09/2007

Tags: promotion, evaluation, term paper, critical analysis, Iwuji

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THE BIRTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

By Ituma John U.

Generally speaking, there is no universally accepted answer to the question what is Social Studies? Wronski (1981: 22) observed that "opinions about what social studies or should be vary from country to country, even within a single nation experts are divided on this question".

Published: 16/12/1996

Tags: SOCIAL STUDIES, DEVELOPMENT, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS

Size: 1.74MB

SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIA

By Inyang, Uduak-obong U.

JUSTICE - Justice is the finding of the truth in every case and its purpose is to ensure that the guilty and punished according to law, while the innocent is set free pursuant to the law.

Published: 19/05/2008

Tags: social justice, human rights, equity, social security

Size: 1.43MB

THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF GRADUATES UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA

By Ilonze, Jennifer Sochima

A large part of the percentage of our unemployed graduates are mobilized for various crimes. These include armed robbery, prostitution and hired killers. These have become a gigantic social and economic problem.

Published: 22/05/2008

Tags: socio-economic, unemployment, graduates

Size: 1.71MB

The Industrial Backwardness Of Third World Countries And Nigeria in Particular: Which Way Out?

By Iloabuchi, Kenechukwu V.

Over the years, the state and tempo of industrialization in most third world countries have been of great concern and many intellectuals have scrupulously explored and analysed the factors behind the scene. Score of solutions have been proferred too.

Published: 12/06/2008

Tags: third world, industrial, way out

Size: 2.80MB

spectrophometric determination of captopril through charge transfer complexation

By Ajali, U, Okide, G. N, et al

spectrophometric determination of captopril through charge transfer complexation

Published: 13/09/2018

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SOLUTION TO ELECTION RIGGING IN AFRICA

By Ikenna Ibekwe

Solution to election rigging in Africa provides the reader with detailed information on the prevalent electoral crisis rocking the continent of Africa as well as the solution to the crisis. Though well researched work, the reader will be enlightened on the definition and types of election.

Published: 17/06/2008

Tags: rigging, election, electoral commission

Size: 3.57MB

INCIDENCE OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT IN NIGERIA

By Ikedinma C. Juliet

The case of child abuse and neglect has really poised a problem on our country. Child abuse has arosed in so many ways like emotional, physical and mostly sexual abuse. The topic: Incidences of child abuse and neglect has been effectively treated in this term paper, and it is made up of four chapters.

Published: 12/06/2008

Tags: negelect, child abuse, sexual abuse

Size: 2.60MB

THE PURPOSES OF GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA AND THEIR VOTING BEHAVIOR

By Ijegalu E. C.

This work was conducted to access the Nigerian behavior towards voting and their system of government. In Nigeria, the system of government was adopted initially in genuine form, but the present government has reversed the government to something else. Impeachment, frauds and money laundering is the topic of the senators in the House of Representatives. Corruption has empowered the government.

Published: 19/08/2008

Tags: voting behavior, government, corruption, system of government

Size: 1.23MB

WIDOWHOOD PRACTICS AND RELIGION IN NIGERIA

By Iheaka Helen Sandra

Different societies in Nigeria have different religion disposition as regards widowhood practices in their respective areas. Therefore, examined the agonies that these widows pass through from the time of death of their loved ones (husbands) to the time of their own eventual demise.

Published: 11/09/2007

Tags: WIDOWHOOD, RELIGION, PRACTICES

Size: 1.61MB

The Depreciation Of A Country’s Currency And What Hope is there for the Country?

By Igweze, Chinasa C.

The new strategic policy unveiled by the Central Bank of Nigeria is indeed one hell of a sweeping transformation in Nigeroa's economy. However, revaluation process is a comprehensive and revolutionary, reworking of the depreciated value of Naira (Nigerian Currency), that will return the Naira to its pre 1986 value aligned to the pre-structural Adjustment programme (SAP) regime when it was at par with the United States of America's dollar.

Published: 16/06/2008

Tags: economy, depreciation, currency, survival

Size: 2.46MB

THE REACTYION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TOWARDS ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

By Igwe Ugochukwu Silas

With improved living standards brought by greater wealth as a result of the recent social, political, and economic development, the problems of environmental pollution in Nigeria has caused loss of lives and agricultural land, air, water and soil all harmed by pollution are necessary for the survival of all living things as a whole.

Published: 15/06/2004

Tags: environmental pollution, industries, population, Federal Government

Size: 3.63MB

HOW DOES LEADERSHIP AFFECT THE DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

By Igata Hilary U.

Frankly speaking, we all agree that success or failure of a group depends solely on the leadership. Leadership is the exercise of power, or influence on group or organization, communities and nation. A leader has a term of office i.e. leadership position is occupied for a considerable time by the individual at expiration of which another person is elected/appointed.

Published: 23/03/2005

Tags: leadership, development, Igata, 2005

Size: 535.33KB