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GOVERNMENT PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION PROGRAMME, ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL IMPLICATION

By Mrs. Eziokwu Egbuka

This privatization and commercialization is an economic
programme by the government to denationalize management
of public enterprises and allow to a greater level the private
ownership and management and create better market
competition and improvement and growth.
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In discussing and analyzing this topic, the work was
divided into three parts:
Part (i) was the introduction and subject matter
description and analysis.
Part (ii) was about societal reaction to the introduction
of privatization and commercialization . of Obasanjo
regime.
Part (ii.2) was privatization in Nigeria
Part (iii) was about economic and political implication.,
Part (iv) was summary and conclusion

Published: 11/07/2006

Tags: commercialization, economic, implication, Eziokwu

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PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MENOPAUSE IN AGING WOMEN

By Ezike, Ifebuche V.

The content of this paper reveals that menopause (the cessation of the monthly menstrual flow) is a 'must come" phenomenon in every woman. It also reveals the major cause of menopause, which are the FREE RADICALS. It goes on to tell us that the eradication of these free radicals amount to the eradication of menopause.

Published: 20/05/2008

Tags: aging women, menopause, psychological

Size: 1.88MB

ISOLATE AN ENVIRONMENT OF YOUR CHOICE AND MENTION AT LEAST FIVE MAN MADE ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN THAT ENVIRONMENT

By Ezeugwu Esther O.

Oil has been an integral part of the Nigerian economy since vast reserves of
petroleum were found in the country in the I950s, but exploration and
development of that oii has had severe environmental impacts and human
consequences. Nigeria continues to suffer the detrimental effects on marine
life and human health from constant oil spills, as well as from air pollution
that I-esults fi-om the flaring of associated gas that occurs duling the
production of oil.
The Nigerian government has indicated a dcsire to change this situation, and
in recent years, it has taken actual measures to effect this change. While the
Nigerian government in the past has been reactive, attempting to clean up oil
spills and to deal with environmental damage after it occurs, it realizes the
importance of taking a proactive approach. In this regard, the government is
promoting the performance of environmental risk assessments, prior to
project initiation. Tighter regulation and better enforcement of existing
environmental laws should help stem the degradation of the environment
and prevent the same type of problems in the future.

Published: 16/10/2006

Tags: manmade problems, environment, term paper

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TERRORISM AND RELIGION IN THE WORLD: A CRITICAL REVIEW

By Ezeugwu, Ikenna Charles

Crime, robbery and rape are generally detested and considered inhumane. but suffice it to say that a more subtle and salient tool for destruction of lives and property wrapped in the linings of religious activism is gradually emerging. It comes in the guise of religion so that would not rightly condemn them, but somehow give it a second though.

Published: 17/09/2007

Tags: terrorism, religion, review, world, term paper

Size: 247.94KB

SOCIAL STUDIES PROCESS OF ENQUIRY; MEANING, ATTRIBUTES, VALUES ORIENTEDNESS, PRACTICABILITY IN RELATION TO THE MILLENIUM RELATED GOALS

By Ezeudu Sussan Akueyinwa

Social Studies process of enquiry: Meaning, Attributes, Values Orientedness, practicability in relation to Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Published: 18/09/2007

Tags: social studies, human rights, nation building, millenium development goals

Size: 3.62MB

Critically Evaluate Academic and Technological Performance of those who Studied Aboard and Those Who Studied at Home

By Ezeokoli, Chioma A.

Education originated in the 20th century. Schools as we know them in the late 20th century are of fairly recent origin. Not until the late 19th century were universal primary or elementary system of education effectively established in some european countries and North America.

Published: 19/05/2008

Tags: studied abroad, studied in NIgeria, performance, technological, academic

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ELEMENTS OF MARKETING PROMOTIONAL MIX

By Ezenyimulu Ukamaka Uche

We cannot ignore or remove or separate marketing mix from the
promotion mix because the two are joined together. Promotion mix as
'we all know is a component of marketing mix, and is one of the four
components of the marketing.mix.

Published: 17/09/2007

Tags: marketing, communication, element, products

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ELEMENTS OF MARKETING PROMOTIONAL MIX

By Ezenwuba, Uchenna .c

The elements of marketing promotion refer to the five
variables namely: Advertising, sales promotion, public relations,
personal selling and direct marketing. Marketing promotion in all
is a part of the marketing mix variables used by marketers in
formulating marketing strategy. A marketer who develops a
b product or service and then expects every other thing to fall into
place would discover that nothing much. will take place. This is
aptly captured by the 'cackling hen and silent duck' story, the
marketer needs to tell his story to communicate with his
potential customers.

Published: 15/10/2007

Tags: marketing, communication, element, products

Size: 268.97KB

Critically Evaluate Academic and Technological Performance of those who Studied Aboard and Those Who Studied in Nigeria

By Ezema Chijioke E.

Education came into existence in Nigeria through missionary on evangelism. It was then controlled and managed by the missionaries before the government later took over. At this point, no wonder Chima said that education in Nigeria is an imported culture. In Nigeria, education as it implies is not a Nigeria culture but an imported culture which Nigerians have adopted.

Published: 16/06/2008

Tags: studied abroad, studied in NIgeria, performance, technological, academic

Size: 1.55MB

THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL STUDIES IN NIGERIA

By Eze F. I.

It is often said that social studies is a living subject. Precisely,social studies is functional oriented in the sense that it involves man vis-a-vis his environment, physical, technological and social environment that abound.

Published: 25/11/1996

Tags: Social studies, education, Nigerian child

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ELEMENT OF MARKETING PROMOTIONAL MIX

By Eze Cordelia Nwamaka

Engel et al (1983:1) defined promotion as a controlled integrated programme of communication methods and materials designed to present a company and its products to prospective customers, to communicate need-satisfying attributes of the product to facilitate sales and thus contribute to long run profitable performance. This definition supports and strengthens the general concepts of promoting as an effort to move forward, to push ahead, to up lift, etc.

Published: 15/10/2007

Tags: marketing, communication, element, products

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THE ORIGIN OF MY TOWN (ORBA)

By Eze Anastasia Ukamaka

Orba was one of the towns in the old Nsukka Division (now called Nsukka senatorial zone) and later in Isi-uze local government of the then Anambra state of Nigeria. It is at present in the Udenu local government of Enugu state of Nigeria. The 1963 census figure, gave the population of Orba as; 16,421 people area of 160 square kilometers and a population density of 94 persons per square kilometer. No doubt, the population must have increased considerably since 1963.

Published: 17/05/2005

Tags: Orba, history, background, villages

Size: 2.41MB

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF GRADUATES UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA

By Eze, Emmanuel Ifeanyi

Owning to the level of graduate unemployment in Nigeria, there has been poor economic and social growth and development. Furthermore, it is the major cause of social ills like poverty, prostitution, false religion, arm robbery, drug or human trafficking and cultism. the write up provides causes, effects and controls of graduate unemployment inNigeria which is a guide towards better nation with hidden unemployment.

Published: 20/05/2008

Tags: unemployment, graduates, economy

Size: 8.71MB

The Continued Depreciation Of The Value Of The Nation’s Currency: What Hope For The Survival Of Our Economy?

By Eze, Dennis C.

The continued depreciation of the Naira has become a source of concern to Nigerians. This rapid depreciation of the Naira was expressed by the experts as a result of more money chasing the dollar; excess spending by the Government and shortage of foreign exchange.

Published: 22/07/2008

Tags: economy, depreciation, currency, survival

Size: 2.27MB

The Incidences Of Nepotism In Nigeria’s Political System

By Eze, Chidinma J.

Nepotism and corruption are serious contagious diseases that have endemically and indirectly involved every Nigerian quite irrespective of one's position and upbringing, while the ability to contend and if possible avoid it, it is a courage and sacrifice, yet to be cultivated by the Nigerians political system.

Published: 17/06/2008

Tags: nepotism, political syatem, Chidinma

Size: 1.26MB