Role Of Commercial Banks In The Growth Of Manufacturing Sector

THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN THE GROWTH OF MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF FIRST BANK

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The main purpose of this research work is to examine the role of commercial Banks on the growth of manufacturing sector in Nigeria. The specific objectives are to determine the effect of commercial banks credit on the manufacturing sector, and also to assess the extent at which lack of bank’s credit has hampered the efficient performance of manufacturing sector. Data were collected from secondary sources. The data were presented in tables. The techniques of percentages and frequency were used. Unit Root Test, co-integration test and Continue reading Role Of Commercial Banks In The Growth Of Manufacturing Sector

CODE MIXING AND CODE SWITCHINGIN IN SCHOOLS.

CODE MIXING AND CODE SWITCHING,A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SCHOOLS IN ORUMBA SOUTH L. G. A. ANAMBRA STATE

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Code-Switching and Code-Mixing have become a dominant feature in the spoken English of most Students in Anambra State. This research work carried out in some selected schools in Orumba South Local Government Area of Anambra State confirms this assertion. Through the questionnaire administered on about fifty respondents of the target population, the researcher could establish that the average child of the community starts to become bilingual from the primary school stage of his education. This, in effect, makes code-switching and code-mixing manifest in the child’s linguistic performance right from his early age. Continue reading CODE MIXING AND CODE SWITCHINGIN IN SCHOOLS.

Application of federal character principles in civil service

Implications of the application of federal character principles for efficiency in the federal civil service

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The broad objective of this study is to examine the problems of imbalance in our national life between states and ethnic groups in relation to the educational section appointment and output-efficiency; to investigate whether certain standard are maintained in the course of recruitment on quota basis in the country; and to ascertain how nepotism impact on federal character principle. Due to the nature of this research, descriptive research method was used in order to get the solution for the problem posed by the study. Sources of data were the primary and secondary sources. The primary source consists of questionnaire and interview, while Secondary source were gathered from pamphlets, journals and published books related to the field of study. Since the population size is small, the researcher used the entire population of the institution of study. Also, hypotheses were tested with simple statistical tools. The findings of the study revealed that the imbalance between states and ethnic group in Nigeria has no relationship with the establishment of the federal character principle in the federal civil service. Also, the research reviewed that Federal character principle and quota system encourages the recruitment of unqualified personnel, which in turn led to inefficiency in the federal civil service. Finally, the research findings maintained that nepotism impact negatively on the federal civil service. The research recommended that appointment of qualified candidate for a particular job irrespective of region or group the person(s) comes from should be upheld. According to this research, it will help to promote efficiency in the service delivery in the federal civil service. Continue reading Application of federal character principles in civil service

PERCEPTION ON HOMOSEXUALITY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE

CORRELATION OF PERSONALITY, AGE AND PARENTAL MARITAL STATUS ON PERCEPTION ON HOMOSEXUALITY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE

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This study investigated the influence of personality, age and parental marital status on perception towards homosexuality. Two hundred and twenty two (222) Comprises of (106 males and 116 females) Five Institutions: ABSU, ANSU, EBSU, IMSU and ESUT were used as participants. Participants age ranged from 18-30 years with means age of 27.74 years. Five factor personality Traits-short form (FFPT – sf) scale containing 5 items was use to assesses students personality traits. The adapted Home Affairs Bureau HAB (2006) Survey scale containing 10 items was used to assess students perceptions toward homosexuality. A 2 x 2 x2 factorial design was adopted and a three way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to test the hypotheses. Results showed a non significant influence of personality on perception towards homosexuality. Continue reading PERCEPTION ON HOMOSEXUALITY AMONG UNDERGRADUATE

Igbo Traders as a Missionary Tool in South Western Nigeria

Igbo Traders as a Missionary Tool in South Western Nigeria

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Igbo traders as a missionary tool to south western Nigeria is the core issue of this research work. Some scholars have attributed good performance of trade in a geographical area to missionary activities that have taken place in that area. This study was carried out to identify and explain the religious and developmental impact of trade as a missionary tool to the southwest region of Nigeria for religion and development. Important towns like Lagos and Ibadan where given greater attention of study to discover the presence and impact of Igbos in the southwest. The findings of this study shows that Igbo traders, in the course of moving from one part of the country to another to trade for livelihood, carry along with them their cultural and religious belief centered on Christian principles, and in the process contribute to the physical development of their host community. It clearly show hence, that Igbo traders should be encouraged to still see themselves as missionaries, thereby impacting on the commerce of the society at large. This in turn affects positively the progress of our society. Some recommendation and suggestions were put forward which if properly implemented, will serve as remedy to trade barriers Igbos encounter in these places and beyond for a a peaceful coexistence with their southwestern Continue reading Igbo Traders as a Missionary Tool in South Western Nigeria

Impact of ICT in Enhancing Quality Worship in twenty first century

Impact of ( ICT) Information and Communication Technology in Enhancing Quality Worship and Impact Church Development in the Twenty First Century

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The last two decades has seen the adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) in contemporary church communications for growth. Contemporary church communications for growth is taking phenomenally great strides. However, adoption levels vary across countries, church groups, church budgets, and with the increasing threat to mass gathering by insurgencies, the rate of adoption will further increase. The purpose of the study was to investigate the information and communication technologies (ICT) resources in use in these churches and the constraints being experienced in the use of these resources. It studies the adoption of ICT in contemporary church communication for growth in Nigeria. It analyzes the perception of church leaders on internet usage for church growth programmes, adoption of electronic mails, telephone and virtual learning environment for communication as well as the deployment of church ICT infrastructure for church worship, administration and human capital management. With the increasing internet bandwidth intensity and teledensity in Nigeria, the paper attempts to identify potential structural shift in church growth and communication strategy. Continue reading Impact of ICT in Enhancing Quality Worship in twenty first century

Conflict Management and Organizational Performance

Conflict Management and Organizational Performance in Manufacturing Industry. A Study of Nigeria Bottling Company, Onitsha

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Conflict – Every organization is made up of individuals and within the organization are groups namely interest groups, work, economic and social groups. The objective of the study is to explore the sources of industrial conflicts in the Nigerian Bottling Company Onitsha. Some research hypotheses were formed as a tentative solution to the research problem. A sample of 83 respondents was selected out of the population of 105 for study of the topic using Yaro Yemeni. In order to present unbiased finding, the researcher subjected the data collected to scientific test using perfect person correlation. Continue reading Conflict Management and Organizational Performance