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    Air Pollution in Nigeria

    Indoor air air pollution studies in Nigeria are few and scattered. This is especially soin the agricultural countryside where majority of the households rely on biomass fuels for Cooking and different home activities. In these areas, the levels of indoor air pollution haven’t been adequately examined. In most of the rural households, gas is burned […] More

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    A Strategic Analysis of the Brewing Industry in Nigeria

    However, Competition in the Nigerian beer market is getting fiercer as environmental and financial circumstances affect the disposable earnings of the consumer. Growths in this industry in current instances have been achieved through innovation, market share increase and exploration of new frontiers via exports. With so few choices for progress, firms that operate in the […] More

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    Effect of cashless police in nigeria

    Vol. 1 (2), pp. 040-043, April 2013. Research Article Impact of Cashless Economy in Nigeria *Omotunde Muyiwa1, Sunday Tunmibi,1 and John-Dewole A.T.2 1 School of Computer Science, Mathematics and Information Technology, Houdegbe North American University, Republic of Benin. 2 Department of Computer Science with Electronics, Faculty of Information Technology and Applied Sciences Lead City University, […] More

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    Problem of Elections in Nigeria

    Nigeria is a country with device ethnic group and corrugated different political motive ranging from the individual perspective to the political parties. What is really wrong with Nigeria electioneering process is the wheel to be on power at all cost not minding the interest of the masses, every political party that is on power want […] More

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    Evolution of Advertising in Nigeria

    The Nigeria Advertising had its humble beginning rooted in colonial history, advertising development could be traced to about 1928 with the birth of West African Publicity Limited. An off shoot of UAC, the company was set up to cater for the marketing activities of the colonial masters in both Nigeria and West Africa. This company […] More

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    Marketing Pizza Hut in Nigeria

    Executive Summary The fast-food industry has been one of the most successful industries even with the economic meltdown that occurred in 2008; its success is due to the relative low cost of its products and Pizza Hut is an example. Established in the United States in 1958 by two brothers, the company has since grown […] More

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    Shell Oil in Nigeria

    1. What are some of the factors explaining why corruption and bribery are so high in Nigeria? Nigeria is considered to be one of the most corrupt countries in the world. Many different forms of corruption are familiar to Nigeria including political corruption, bureaucratic corruption, electoral corruption, embezzlement, and bribery. Corruption has even been said […] More

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    Soil Erosion and Public Health in Nigeria

    Soil Erosion and Public Health in Nigeria Introduction        Soil erosion and environmental degradation are some of the mainly severe public health and environmental problems affecting or facing human kind /society. Statics show that, human beings obtain 99.7 percent of their food from the land and the rest is obtained aquatic bodies such […] More