Development Of Public Library In Nigeria
The history of libraries began with the first effort to organize collections of documents. Topics of interest include accessibility of the collection, acquisition of materials, management and finding tools, the book trade the influence of the physical properties of the different writing materials, language distribution, role in education, rates of literacy, budgets, staffing, libraries for specially targeted audiences, architectural merit, patterns of usage and the role of libraries in a nations cultural heritage and the role of government, church or private sponsorship. Since the 1960s issues of computerization and digitalization come to the fore. Continue reading Development Of Public Library In Nigeria
Population Census And National Development In Nigeria: A Study Of The 2006 Population Census In Anambra State.
Census in Nigeria is nothing to write home about, from colonial era to 2006 various governments and agencies have tried their best to prefer solution to the problems of census on Nigeria without success factors responsible range from collection of data, illiteracy and poor accessibility to remote area, inadequate professional expertise etc. It has failed due tot out environment that is controlled by corruption. Since census figure is used as a basis for parliamentary Continue reading Population Census And National Development In Nigeria
The Poverty Eradication Programme In Nigeria (An Assessment Of Napep 2005-2015)
The Poverty Eradication Programme in Nigeria (An Assessment of the NAPEP 2005-2015) has been a subject of protected debate amongst different scholars.
In respect of the generated debates different scholars and opinion leaders have tried to analyse and document facts to this effect. Continue reading The Poverty Eradication Programme In Nigeria
A Critical Appraisal Of The Aadministrtive And Accounting.Control Systems In The Nigeria Police Force, (A Case Study Of Abia State).
This research work is carried out with a view to examining the extent to which the installed administrative and accounting control systems are being implemented in the Nigeria police force. It is a known, fact that the Nigeria police force is expenditure – based government organ and large amount of the payers’ Continue reading Appraisal Of The Administrative And Accounting Control Systems In The Nigeria Police
An Appraisal Of The Role Of Private Investors In Housing Supply In Nigeria (Case Study Of Enugu State)
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Shelter has been ranked among the basic needs of man in addition to clothing and the need of social security. Property development is a means of creating conducive accommodation to serve the need of protecting man and his possession from weather and other adverse climate conditions. In doing this, Continue reading An Appraisal Of The Role Of Private Investors In Housing Supply In Nigeria
The Positive and Negative Effects of Globalization on the Nigerian Economy.
Background to the Study
There have been phenomenal metamorphose in virtually all aspect of society the world over, Communication have become more rapid, working patterns are changing, markets for goods and services have transformed immensely and money can be moved freely and instantaneously from one country to another Continue reading Positive and negative effects of globalization on the Nigerian economy
AN APPRAISAL OF AUDITORS INDEPENDENCE IN NIGERIA ( A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE)
The fundamental requirement of the public Accountant or Auditor appointed to carryout a reporting function for a client is that he must maintain an independent position while carryout the necessary enquires and examinations of the accounts presented to him and hence forth form his report. The appraisal of independence of Auditors in discharging their professional duties has always Continue reading APPRAISAL OF AUDITORS INDEPENDENCE IN NIGERIA
The role of Nigeria Union of Journalism in checkmating the Unprofessionalism attitude of Journalists.
Over the years and up to date, most journalists in Nigeria have been killed, some badly brutalized and some were even sentence to some years or life imprisonment. One would wonder and may ask why all these things are happening to most journalists in Nigeria. The reason for this is not farfetched, and until we understand what journalism is all about. We would not be able to ascertain the reason for the rampant killing and maltreatment of journalists in this country.
Some scholar in the field of journalists point out one of the factors responsible for the unfair treatment given to journalists is “Unprofessionalism”. According to them, unprofessionalism has posed a great to the profession of journalism in Nigeria. This is so because many journalists do not acquire the training and skills of the profession yet they are still practicing it. Their entrance into the profession of journalism may be due to the assistance given by a relation or a friend who may be an influential person in the society or may be the person who rendered the assistance is occupying a very high position in the field of journalism. If that is the case, the entrants who are also known as “quacks” may not familiar or conversant with the does and don’t (Ethics) of the profession. Beside this, they may also be ignorant of the four major theories of the press. Knowing the four makes theories of the press makes the journalists to be aware of their limit in the discharge their assigned duties in any political dispensation they find themselves, be it military or civilian regime. It is on this not that the Nigeria Union of Journalist (N.U.J) should see the need to put a stop to the rampant killing and maltreatment of people by checking the excesses of the quack journalists that has been threatening the entire profession. If that is Donna chance should be given to those who have the knowledge, skills and training. The union should also ensure that the 10 point ethics/ code of conduct that was reviewed in 1992 to guide every journalist are enforced. This I believe would reduce (if not eradicate) the level of unprofessionalism with the profession of journalism.
BRIEF HISTORY BACKGROUND OF THE N.U.J
The N.U.J’s Birth was linked to the struggle for the independence of Nigeria. The union also given birth to so many protest groups all yearning for the country’s independence from the British. The groups came in various shades like the Nigerian Youth Movement, a platform for the nationalist and journalist among others. It was the collective effort of the nationalist and journalist. In 1950’s that compelled the British colonial government to grant Nigeria independence. Apart from writing editorial comments and reporting the activities of the nationalist, trade union, students and others bodies involved in the struggle for independence on the pages of newspaper. Then, the journalist had no organization through which they could take any action or make decision like other group what they could not express as a body was done through newspaper like the Eagles, the Lagos weekly times, the Lagos chronicle, the Lagos weekly record, the Africa message. West African daily times, Lagos daily news etc. Continue reading The role of Nigeria union of journalism in checkmating the unprofessionalism attitude of journalists
Assessment of the Domestic Water Supply Situation in Old Karu Area of Abuja, Nigeria.
Background to the Study
Water is an essential natural resource for human existence. It is needed in almost every process. For instance, it is used for oil refining for liquid, liquid extraction in hydro metallurgical process for coition for scrubbing in the iron and steel industry and for several operations in food processing facilities. Continue reading Assessment of the Domestic Water Supply Situation in Old Karu Area of Abuja
Igbo Traders as a Missionary Tool in South Western Nigeria
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