Journal Articles

Categories

Uncategorized (87)

Optimization of Fermentation Conditions of Bacillus thuringiensis EC1 for Enhanced Methionine Production

By V. N. Anakwenze*, C. C. Ezemba, I. A. Ekwealor

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 526.08KB

THE ROLE OF RELIGION (CHRISTIANITY) IN SOCIAL INTEGRATION IN ABAK LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

By Umanah, Victor Sunday (dip. Ba, Ma, Ph.d In View)

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 27.60KB

THE ROLE OF EYEI IN CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN IBIBIO TRADITIONAL SOCIETY

By Chukwuma Amogu Kalu (ph.d), Victor Sunday Umana (ph.d) & Edidiong Kingsley Udoh

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 27.87KB

SOCIAL CHANGE: CHALLENGES TO CULTURAL PRESERVATION OF ARTIFACTS AND RELIGIOUS OBJECTS IN AKWA IBOM STATE

By Dr. Victor Sunday Umanah And Prof. Malachy Ikechukwu Okwueze

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 29.17KB

SOCIAL CHANGE: CHALLENGES TO CULTURAL PRESERVATION OF ARTIFACTS AND RELIGIOUS OBJECTS IN AKWA IBOM STATE

By Dr. Victor Sunday Umanah And Prof. Malachy Ikechukwu Okwueze

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 33.92KB

RELIGIOUS IMPORTANCE OF ANNANG PROVERBS

By Dr. Victor Sunday Umanah And Prof. Malachy Ikechukwu Okwueze

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 27.10KB

RELIGIOUS IMPORTANCE OF ANNANG PROVERBS

By Dr. Victor Sunday Umanah And Prof. Malachy Ikechukwu Okwueze

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 27.10KB

IMPACT OF SOCIOLOGICAL ISSUES ON RELIGION AND ABORTION IN NIGERIA

By Victor Sunday Umanah

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 27.64KB

IMPACT OF SOCIOLOGICAL ISSUES ON RELIGION AND ABORTION IN NIGERIA

By Victor Sunday Umanah

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 31.81KB

AN OVERVIEW OF ETHICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ANNANG PROVERBS

By Umanah, Victor Sunday

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 23.65KB

A SURVEY OF THE LITERARY GENRE OF ANNANG SOCIAL PROVERBS (UFIED)

By Umanah, Victor Sunday1 And Malachy I. Okwueze2

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 30.18KB

ezemba bacteriological examination of fish at eke 2017

By Dr. Ezema, Constance

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 319.70KB

ABSTRACTS OF OCTOBER 2014 EDITIONS

By Eyeh, Emmanuel Torty

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 134.00KB

Igbo Enterprises in Kano: A Study of Igbo Automobile Spare Parts Business, 1960-date

By Eyeh, Emmanuel Torty

The Igbo are among the most dispersed peoples in the world today. Their migrations which began in the pre-colonial period were induced by such factors as high population density, depreciating soil fertility, land scarcity and trade, among others. In Nigeria, their emergence in Kano early in the 2Oth century was to take advantage of the British colonial policies of rail line construction and employment in the colonial service. However, the introduction of motor vehicles and the commercialization of road transport in the colony, exposed the need for regular supply of spare parts for the vehicles, many of which plied long distances on bad roads. Some of the Igbo seized this opportunity to fill the yawning gap, by venturing into the sale of automobile spare parts. Employing their enterprising skill, vision, spirit, driven by achievement motivation and brushing aside the suffocating conditions in the occasionally hostile environment, they emerged from the ravages of the civil war to take total dominance of the business. In fact, some of the Igbo automobile spare parts dealers in Kano, despite several other obstacles and risks to their lives, have grown from being importers to manufacturers of same in Nigeria, with factories established in the country.
Keywords – Enterprise, automobile, opportunity, apprenticeship

Published: 30/11/2018

Size: 91.50KB