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  • A REVIEW OF THE EFFECT OF ALGAE AND WATER QUALITY FOR FISH PRODUCTION

    By: Olatokunbo O. T. and Ayorinde B. J. O.

    The rapidly growing field of aquaculture, which now accounts for 30 percent of the world's food fish, has pushed its way into the media spotlight. For some years now, aquaculture has been seen as a possible savior for the over-burdened wild fisheries sector and an important new source of food fish for the poor.

  • A SURVEY OF ATTITUDES OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

    By: John Okokoh Shiyam and Inyang-Abia M. E.

    The study investigated the factors that influence students' attitudes toward Agricultural Science. A random sampling procedure was used to select ten male and ten female SS1 agricultural science students from each of the ten secondary schools involved in the study. A thirty- two item four - point Liker-scale questionnaire was used to collect the relevant data.

  • A SURVEY OF SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR USES IN UGHELLI-SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE, NIGERIA

    By: Eguasa, H. U; Aigbokhai, A.I . and Egielewa, S. J.

    Medicinal plants, since times immemorial, have been used in virtually all cultures as a source of medicine, hence a survey of some medicinal plants and their uses was carried out in seven districts of Ughelli – South local government area in Delta state, Nigeria, from the month of March 2011 to July 2011.

  • AN ANALYSIS OF AGRICULTURAL LIVELIHOOD ACTIVITIES PREVALENT AMONG RURAL FARMERS IN ITU L.G.A. AKWA IBOM STATE.

    By: J. B. Effiong

    The study used 100 respondents to analyse the agricultural livelihood activities existing among rural farmers in Itu Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. Data were collected for the study through personal interviews and structured questionnaires.

  • AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF POVERTY AND GLOBALIZATION (A CASE STUDY OF VISION 20, 2020)

    By: Yunisa S. A.

    Poverty has been identified as a serious impediment to economic growth in Nigeria and other countries but it can be reduced through the perfect linking of our economy with the outside ones. Thus, this paper attempts to analyze the impact of globalization on poverty reduction by building macro econometric equations to show the causal relationship between income per head and some selected macro economic variables.

  • ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN WOMEN-INAGRICULTURE (WIA) PROGRAMME OF ABIA STATE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME IN UMUAHIA ZONE

    By: Ijioma, J.C., Effiong, J. B., Ogbonna, M. O. and Achu, B. A

    The efforts of women in agricultural development have been acknowledged. This study investigated the factors affecting women's participate on in Agricultural Development Programme of Abia State in Umuahia Zone. Both descriptive (frequency and percentage) and multiple regression analysis were used in the analysis of the data generated.

  • BIOSORPTION OF HEAVY METALS USING CRAB SHELL IN AQUEOUS MEDIUM

    By: Echem, Ogbonda Goodluck

    The biosorption of some heavy metals found in effluents of a boat manufacturing company and oil waste water of two oil exploration companies in Brass and Port Harcourt terminals were carried out using crab shell of particle size 0.25-0.8mm. The concentration (mg/l) of the heavy metals found in the effluents were analyzed using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, model 6650.

  • COMPARING STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN CHEMISTRY THEORY AND PRACTICAL PAPERS: IMPLICATION FOR TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT

    By: Oyem, Hector Henry

    This paper investigated the performance of students in practical examination and compared them with performances in theory. Science students from the school of sciences in the College of Education, Agbor make up the sample population. From these, three departments of Biology/Chemistry, Physics/Chemistry, and Integrated Science double major were selected. The research subjects were pooled from these subject combinations according to class size.

  • SEED-BORNE FUNGAL INFECTONS ASSOCIATED WITH GREEN GRAM (VIGNA ADIATA) IN LANGTANG NORTH L.G.A OF PLATEAU STATE

    Ndor D. C.

    A survey was carried out on the seed-borne fungal infections associated with green-gram in six villages of Langtang North Local Government Area of Plateau State. The villages includes: Gazum, Dadur, Kuffen, Pilgani, Zamko and Mban

  • DETERMINATION OF SOME HEAVY METALS IN MINED-PONDS FISH IN BUKURU AREA OF PLATEAU STATE I

    By: Daniang, Ishaya Ezekiel, Daniel, Nenman Victor, and Nimyel, Danboyi Nanven

    Some heavy metals in mined-ponds fish of Bukuru, Jos-South Local Government Area of Plateau State were studied using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AAS). The fish used were tilapia (Oreochromis nilotica) and cat fish (Clarias Lazera). The metals investigated were Pb, Cd, Cr, Ni and Fe.

  • EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF COGNITIVE DISSONANCE TO YORUBAENGLISH BILINGUALS LANGUAGE SWITCH PRACTICE

    Robbin Anjola

    This paper focuses on language switch and cognitive dissonance in the conversational discourse of Yoruba-English bilinguals. With the use of a questionnaire, it seeks to ascertain the role cognitive dissonance plays in determining or influencing code choice and its resultant effects on the second language.

  • ENHANCING THE BUSINESS VALUE CHAIN VIA CUSTOMER PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK

    By: Osazevbaru, Henry Osahon

    The increasing competition in the business environment requires that organizations concentrate on adding value in the sequence of activities in their value chain. In this way, customer satisfaction becomes the central objective of the organization. Accordingly, organizations must concentrate on those key success factors that directly affect them

  • EVALUATION OF THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF UTILIZING ICTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OWERRI EDUCATION ZONE

    By: Oruwari Joy N.

    This study evaluated the problems and prospects of utilizing ICTs in Owerri educational zone three research questions were formulated to guide the study. A purposeful sampling technique was used to sample 1894 respondents from the area of study. The researcher made use of structured questionnaire as instrument for data collection.

  • EVALUATION OF WEED SUPPRESSING ABILITY OF EIGHT IMPROVED SOYBEAN VARIETIES UNDER DIFFERENT SOWING METHODS

    By: Gbanguba, A. U, U. Ismaila, Kolo, M. G. M and A. Uamr

    Field trial were conducted during the 2005 and 2006 cropping seasons at National Cereals Research Institute, Badeggi, Niger State to determine weed suppressing ability of eight improved soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) varieties under different sowing methods. The design of experiment was a split plot.

  • EXPLORING THE RELEVANCE OF UTILIZING SCIENTIFICALLY BASED RESEARCH (SBR) TO ACHIEVE QUALITY GUIDANCE IN EDUCATIONAL DECISIONS IN BUSINESS EDUCATION PROGRAMME

    By: Akpotohwo, Festus Chukwunwendu

    The quest for quality education has posed serious challenges to program planners and administrators on some issues considered as critical in coming out with realistic research reports and the problem of using research to guide education decisions. This paper focuses on how educators (including business educators) can use scientifically based research to improve teaching practices, curriculum decision and school-wide programs.

  • FACTOR ANALYSIS OF THE META-COGNITIVE AWARENESS SCALE

    By: Caroline Asebh Bomo and Teibowei, Bodisere Juliet

    Meta-cognitive awareness is concern with a learner's awareness of its own knowledge and the ability to understand, control and manipulate its own cognitive process. This study was design to uncover the underlying structure of the meta-cognitive awareness scale

  • FACTORING INTER-GROUP RELATIONS IN THE LOWER BENUE VALLEY TO CIRCA 1900 A.D

    By: Ezonbi, Boumo

    The attention directed toward this area is probably in view of the fact that conflict among mankind seems to be escalating in almost every society, it is in view of this that studies in inter-group relation became relevant.

  • GLOBALISATION AS A CURRICULUM THEORY FOR VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

    By: Undie, Stephen Bepeh and Ewuru, Agness Awoli

    This paper examines globalization within the context of curriculum theory for Vocational-Technical education (VTE) with a particular focus on Nigeria. Attention is here given to Nigeria because as a part of the global village, Nigeria seems slow in her efforts to globalise her educational policies and practices.

  • IMPACT OF NUTRITION EDUCATION ON THE HEALTH STATUS OF CHILDREN UNDER FIVE YEARS IN IKOM LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF CROSS RIVER STATE.

    By: Ivi, Elijah Eghong

    Nutrition education and extension has been recognized as one essential long term sustainable intervention to tackle the problem of malnutrition; generate awareness; and to promote the nutrition status of a community. Maternal education appears to influence child outcomes both at the community level and at the individual level.

  • A STUDY OF THE WATER CONTACT PATTERN OF SCHISTOSOMIASIS IN NIGERIA: FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL AND DEVELOPMENT IN AGBOR, DELTA STATE, NIGERIA.

    By: Utebor Kester Egiliwebi, Utebor M. M. Emeke and Anyaiwe H. Ogochukwu

    A study of the water contact pattern of schistosomiasis in Agbor was carried out from November to October 2010 to determine the water contact pattern and rate of contact, the observation covered a total of 43,200 during which primary water contact activates involving 624 exposures for a total of 9,541 minutes were recorded.

  • MANAGING CONFLICTS IN ORGANISATIONS: A SOCIOLOGICAL APPRAISAL

    By: Ladi Sule Matinja

    Conflict is an inevitable part of every developing organization. In fact, it is an inevitable part for a dynamic growth of every organization. The paper looks at conflicts both within and outside the organization. The paper believed conflict in organization is inevitable and suggested that where it occurs it must be handled and resolved amicably in order to achieve organizational success.

  • MANAGING ROLE CONFLICT BETWEEN CAREER STAFF AND POLITICAL APPOINTEES

    By: Antigha Okon Bassey

    Role conflict between career staff and political appointees is a common phenomenon in public sector organizations and the public service as a whole. This paper analyzes the dimension and nature of role conflict which impede cordial relationship between career staff and political appointees.

  • NIGERIAN EDUCATION LAW AND DISCIPLINE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF CLASSROOM TEACHERS.

    By: Oyedeji, Samson Oyelola

    Discipline is an integral part of child socialization and education as an agent of socialization has a great role to play in ensuring that children are discipline. Hence the rules and regulations guiding the management and operation of education should be such that the roles of the stakeholders are spelt out in specific terms

  • OCULAR MANIFESTATIONS OF HIV INFECTION/AIDS IN MAKURDI – NIGERIA

    By: Adeniyi O. S.

    Benue State is rated the highest with regards to HIV Seroprevalence among the ten hyper endemic States in Nigeria. Numerous ocular manifestations are increasingly being seen in this ophthalmic unit. This study is aimed at identifying the prevalent ocular presentations and manifestations of HIV/AIDS patients in Benue, a hyper endemic State.

  • PREVALENCE AND ASSESSMENT OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY FACTORS IN ADULT POPULATION RESIDENT IN UYO METROPOLIS - NIGERIA

    By: Ekpenyong, C. E., Akpan, U. P., Nyebuk E. Daniel and John O. Ibu

    Obesity has become one of the major health care problems in Uyo metropolis, Akwa Ibom State, South Eastern Nigeria for the past few years. This followed the rapid human and infrastructural development witnessed within this period.

  • PUBLIC TRUST AND DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA: THE MISSING LINK AND ITS IMPERATIVE FOR LEADERSHIP VALUES

    By: Muhammad Mann Shaaba

    Democracy is universally connected with the people, either from its procedural perspective or from its substantive consideration or from the point of view of its end results. Hence, if democracy must be sustained permanently in any nation, it must take care of peoples' yearnings, aspirations and welfare.

  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE GIRL CHILD IN SOKOTO STATE

    By: J. N. Njoku and V. N. Idoko

    Many people in the Northern part of Nigeria still exhibit ignorance to the need for the education of the girl-child. This has warranted a lot of discussions and sensitization. Among areas of interest are factors that affect the academic performance of the girlchild. To this effect the researchers centered on the relationship between socio-economic status of parents and the academic performance

  • RELATIONSHIP OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND GENDER TO INCIDENCE OF OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG CIVIL SERVANTS IN SOUTH EASTERN NIGERIA

    By: Ekpenyong, C. E, Akpan, U. P. and John O. Ibu

    The fundamental cause of obesity and overweight is an energy imbalance between calories consumed on one hand, and calories expended on the other hand. Global increases in overweight and obesity are attributable to a number of factors including: a trend towards decreased physical activity due to the increasingly nature of many forms of work such as the civil service routines.

  • TEACHERS' CAPACITY BUILDING AND STUDENTS' ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS

    By: Adedeji, Israel Olusegun

    The purpose of this study was to access the influence of teachers' capacity building on students' academic performance in the Nigerian secondary schools. The study adopted a descriptive correlational research method to find out the relationship existing between teachers' capacity building and students' academic performance and drew inferences on the data collected.

  • THE IMPACT OF ICT AS INSTRUCTIONAL PACKAGE ON TEACHING ART HISTORY IN NIGERIA SCHOOL SYSTEM

    By: H.C. Ngumah

    Information Communication Technology (ICT) no doubt rules the world now. It has become uniquely phenomenal mode of communication in all human activities – socially, politically, religiously and more importantly in the education system. It is difficult to talk about effective instructional packages in education system generally and Nigeria in particular without ICT.

  • THE ROLE OF LIBRARIES IN THE EDUCATION OF PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN NIGERIA

    By: Bribena E.K. ** Bribena E. I.

    This paper addresses the relevance of Library in the resolution of peace and conflict in a society caught in the web of multi-ethnic dichotomies. The paper also highlights the role of the library with a view to reshaping Nigeria's national ideology, social coherence and continued co-existence through peace and conflict resolution.

  • THE ROLE OF PRIMARY/SECONDARY TEACHER EDUCATION IN ACHIEVING THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN NIGERIA

    By: Hanna Onyi Yusuf and Agnes Ovayi Enesi

    Education is and remains the greatest legacy bequeathed to today's generation. it is a well Known and undoubted fact that "no nation can rise above its educational system and no educational system can rise above it teachers" (N.P.E, 2007, p. 34)

  • THE STRATEGIC PROCESS RESEARCH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE THIRD WORLD: FUELLING THE CYCLE OF SUCCESS

    By: Ben Chukwu

    Research is defined as the process of searching again and taking a cursory look at a phenomenon of interest. Sustainable Development is defined as meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the needs of the future generation. The first objective of the study was to discuss the dimensions of Strategic Process Research.

  • THE STUDIO ARTIST AND THE Ph.D. SYNDROME IN COMTEMPORARY NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES

    By: H. C. Ngumah

    Recently, the National University Commission (NUC) has as a matter of innovation declared with certainty that every lecturer should have a Ph.D. degree as basic condition to aspire for certain status in the academic ladder. That is in terms of promotion. In the past that is since the establishment of universities many people (academic dons) have grown and risen to the position of senior lecturer, associate professorship and professorship with masters degree or even with first degree.

  • STRUCTURES, INSTITUTIONS AND UMPIRES FOR CREDIBLE ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

    By: Johnson Agbonavbare Osaigbovo

    Nigeria is today divided by mutual suspicion and distrust, a nation characterized by general depression, cynicism and frustration, a nation in which religion and ethics tensions are on the rise; a nation that has lost pride on itself, and lost faith in the political leadership. All the past elections conducted through the secret ballot were discredited because of various malpractices, demise of the first and second republics was, to a considerable degree, due to electoral malpractices and behaviour that manifested in election result lacking the credence of quite a sizeable section of the Nigeria populace.

  • ALTERNATIVE MODELS INVOLVING MULTIPLE VARIABLES FOR PARTIAL CORRELATION ANALYSES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

    By: Usoro, Anthony E. and Omekara, C. O.

    This paper aims at providing various ways of alternating variables so that the number of variables held constant produces the same number of alternative models whose computations give the same result for a particular partial correlation coefficient. Significantly, the numerical verification carried out to show the validity of the alternative models has shown that, in a multiple variable case, there is no one way solution to obtaining a partial correlation coefficient, when the floating effects of others are under control.

  • OKADA COMMERCIAL MOTORCYCLE: ANY GAIN?

    By: Micah, Damilola John and Lasisi Chidimma Joy

    The phenomenon of commercial motorcycle operation also known as okada has attracted government action and regulation in recent time. This is particularly in the area of banning okada riders from major city centres and high-way roads. This regulation negatively influenced the economic interest of the riders in the vocation despite the contribution of okada business as source of employment and income to numerous Nigerian youths.

  • PREGNANCY STIGMATIZATION AND COPING STRATEGIES OF ADOLESCENT KID MOTHERS IN LAGOS

    By: Micah, Damilola John, Lasisi Chidimma Joy, Ibitoye Adedeji Chris and Olayinka Halimat

    The phenomenon of adolescent pregnancy has attracted series of academic and non academic works from various scholars, particularly in the recent time. The magnitude of attention drawn to the preceding social issue is closely related to stigmatization attached to the position. While enormous literature focused on the nature and consequence of risky sexual behavior in adolescents, few works have engaged the discourse of the coping strategies adopted to live out of the pregnancy experience. Against this backdrop, the study was premised on the method adopted by pregnant adolescents and kid mothers to manage stigmatization problem associated with their social position.

  • UTILISATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AMONG ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIES IN UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN

    By: Micah, Damilola John

    The emergence of Information and Communication Technology as a dominant means of passing information plays significant role in organizational management. It is evident that some organizations have attained high level of utilisation of ICT, while others are at the threshold of utilising ICT to execute their job function. Against this backdrop, the study focused on the perceived level of access and utilisation of ICT among University Secretaries in some selected departments.

  • GOVERNMENT - BUSINESS RELATIONS AND MACROECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA

    By: Ikon, Michael A; Nzewi, Hope N. and Chiekezie, Obianuju M.

    Government - business relations as a discipline can be anchored within the focus of political economy of nations. This paper investigates government - business relations in Nigeria between 2003–2011 as encapsulated in various economic reforms programmes of government. The objective of the paper is to examine how far government - business relations in Nigeria has accelerated or impeded economic growth between 2003 – 2011. The paper adopted the content analysis of library materials, publications, internet materials and other documented researches pertaining to the subject matter as its methodology.

  • FAULT PATTERNS WITHIN PART OF BORNU BASIN, NORTH-EASTERN NIGERIA, USING SEISMIC DATA

    By: Udoh, Joel Simon and Idiong, Etop Archibong

    Two seismic base maps were first merged into a single map. It was from this single seismic base map that analysis was made. Three horizons and six faults were mapped. The study area lies within the North-east end of Nigeria between latitude 120 19/ N and longitude 130 14/ E and 130 25/ E. The thrust of this work was to identify major faults and its patterns displayed in the seismic section.

  • ANALYZING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ON PRICES AND GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT IN NIGERIA: A VAR METHOD

    By: Musa, Y. and Asare, B. K.

    As the global economy meltdown continuous, there is the need for thorough investigation into Nigerian economy. This study investigates and measures the relative impact of revenue and expenditure on prices and output growth in Nigeria using annual data from 1970 to 2010. A Vector Autoregression (VAR) method was used. Through impulse response and variance decomposition the dynamic interrelationship among the variables has been captured.

  • THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER AND MORAL COMPETENCY ON SAFE-SEX PRACTICES AMONG UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATES IN ADO-EKITI

    By: Fasanmi Samuel Sunday and Anise Funmilayo Elizabeth

    This study examined the influence of gender and moral competency on the safe-sex behaviour of youths in Nigeria. Using an ex-post-facto design, data were collected from a total of 440 participants. Results of the Analysis of Variance provided support for the main effect of moral competency on safe-sex behaviour among young Nigerians[F (1, 439) = 1368.81; P <. 05]. Further, results also revealed an interaction effect of sex and moral competency on attitude towards safe sex practice among undergraduate students[F (1, 439) = 8.24; P <. 05].

  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA ENTREPRENEURSHIP: DEMING'S THEORY APPLICATION

    By: Mbah Stella Ifeyinwa

    There is a continuous increase in the level of importation of goods and services into Nigeria because of the belief that they are of higher quality than the ones produced within the country. This work titled sustainable development of Total Quality Management in Nigeria Entrepreneurship: Deming's theory application seeks to provide a model for quality sustainability among Nigeria entrepreneurs. A selected manufacturing Entrepreneurs in Onitsha was used for the study.

  • BALANCING WORK STRESS AND PERSONAL LIFE AS ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY STRATEGY: A STUDY OF SELECTED BANK WORKERS IN ANAMBRA STATE

    By: Mbah Stella Ifeyinwa

    The organizational demands from workers and their personal lives place a lot of pressure on them. This situation does not allow sufficient production efficiency and workplace harmony. Against this background, the paper balancing work stress and personal life as organizational productivity strategy aimed at determining how work –life imbalance affects employees' productivity with a view to proffering strategies for increased productivity in organizations.

  • AN APPRAISAL OF THE EFFECT OF CULTURE ON THE ATTITUDE OF EMPLOYEES ON FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS

    By: Okeke, M.N and Onuorah A.N

    The involvement of women in entrepreneurship has enabled them to establish economic activities. Thus as self-reliant individuals, they become opportune to elevate their social status as well as their administrative abilities. Certain challenges however, appear to be inimical to the achievement of women's objectives. This study therefore investigated the attitude of employees towards female entrepreneurs.

  • APPLYING EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM VROOMS EXPECTANCY THEORY IN MANAGING INCENTIVES SCHEME IN NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES: A FOCUS ON NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA

    By: Onuorah, Anthonia Ngozi and Okeke Margaret-Mary Ngozi

    This study assessed the management of incentive plans in Nigerian University with a view to ascertaining the extent to which these plans motivate employees and help to accomplish the organizational objectives/the needs of employees. The assessment was made, using Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka as a focus of study.

  • OPTIMIZATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM) AS A STRATEGY FOR ACHIEVING BUSINESS OBJECTIVES AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE: A FOCUS ON UNITY RANK PLC AWKA

    By: Onuorah, Anthonia Ngozi and Okeke Margaret-Mary Ngozi

    This study investigates the optimizations of Information Technology in service industries in Awka Anambra State. Unity Bank Plc Awka branch was used as a focus of the study. Three hypotheses were formulated and tested to guide the research work. The study reveals that information technology increases performance and productivity and equally aid in achieving organizational strategic objectives, competitive advantage and accurate, sufficient and up to dole information are generated through the use of information technology which also improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization.

  • CHALLENGES OF ATTITUDINAL CHANGE ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN AN ORGANIZATION: A FOCUS OF BANK INDUSTRIES IN AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE NIGERIA

    By: Onuorah, Anthonia Ngozi and Okeke, Margaret Mary Ngozi

    This paper analyzed the challenges faced by organizations in attitudinal change to corporate governance especially bank industries. Five banks in Awka, Anambra State was studied using the primary and secondary sources of data. The data was analyzed with percentage and chi-square method of analysis. The results reveals that both the attitudes of board of directors, shareholders, employees and customers affect the implementation of the corporate governance in bank industries.

  • CONTRIBUTIONS OF AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN SOME COMMUNITIES IN OVIA SOUTH WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE, NIGERIA STATE NIGERIA

    By: Olumese M.I., Gold J.E. and Ataga C.

    A study was conducted on the contributions of Agricultural co-operative society to economic development in some selected communities in Ovia South West Local Government Area of Edo State. The objective was to examine the contributions of cooperative society to economic development as well as identify the problems facing this cooperative society in the study area.

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