Police Recruitment:Nigeria Police Invites Candidates for Aptitude Test and Physical Screening

Police Recruitment:Nigeria Police Invites Candidates for Aptitude Test and Physical Screening

The Nigerian Police on Monday 15th August 2016, sent out invites for Aptitude test and physical screening for candidates who applied as Specialist in the ongoing police officers recruitment.

The aptitude test will hold on  24th August 2016 10:00am prompt, while the physical training will be on 31st of August 8:00am across all state commands.

From the mail sent out, all the candidates are to come to the venue bringing along with them a printed copy of this letter without failure, for the letter will give you passage into the Examination/Screening Halls.

Further, you should present both the original copies and photocopies of the following;

Your Duly Completed Guarantor’s Form,

State of Origin Certificate,

Educational Certificates,

Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age,

One white coloured Office Flat File Jacket,

And Recent Passport Photographs with your name written behind in capital letters. You are to adhere strictly to the contents of this letter as no excuse will be entertained.

It is expected that other candidates who applied for Cadet and ASP will soon be contacted.


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Assess the impact of private domestic saving on the economic growth of Nigeria.

Assess the impact of private domestic saving on the economic growth of Nigeria.


Background to the study.

Domestic savings provide developing countries like Nigeria with the much needed capital for investment which improves economic growth. It is the excess of income over consumption and serves as a way of acquiring assets for the country. Domestic saving provides for the accumulation of capital (both public and private entrepreneurs) which provides for increased output that can potentially be used for consumption in the long-run. It provides the difference between current earnings and deferred consumption. It is that part of income that is not spent. The interest elasticity of saving measures the proportional response of savings to the changes in interest rates.

The growth rate of domestic product in Nigeria reached its peak in 1970 with about 25% annual growth. In the mid-1970s, income fluctuated with little overall trend, but then it plummeted in 1981 with the onset of an acute economic crisis. Despite the discovery and exploration of crude oil in 70’s, it consistently fell beyond zero percent in 1975 and 1978 with exception of 1974 when it was 11%. This continued to fall to about -13% in 1981 which marked the beginning of economic crises as a result of fall in the price of crude oil in the global market (Orji,2012, Olayemi & Jolaosho, 2013 and Zean et al, 2003). Read More »

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Effects of Instructional Materials in Teaching English Language in Secondary Schools

Effects of Instructional Materials in Teaching English Language in Secondary Schools in Ohaozara Local Government Area.


Background to the Study

Language is a means of communication by which human beings interacts and exchange their thoughts, ideas and feelings. In agreement, Anagbogu, Mba and Ene (2002) defined language as a means devised by human beings for communicating ideas, feelings,  emotions and desires, through complex vocal or written symbols. Language is therefore an indispensible tool in any given human society. That is why Nwaozuzu (2008) referred to it as one of the most fundamental aspects of human behavior. Though language is universal in human society, every society is associated with one or more languages.                                                                                                                                                                                                  The colonial masters introduced the English Language to Nigerians. English Language became a second language in Nigeria due to the multi-lingual nature of the nation and it helps in the unification of the nation. The English Language was considered as the only official means of instruction in training people to serve in the government and the only official means of communication. Thus the English Language became Nigeria’s lingua franca. That is language of ‘convenience’ for communicating with diverse ethnic groups in Nigeria. The English Language became an indispensible tool for national unity, integration and global communication. Baldeh (1990) referred to it as “a window on the world”. Read More »

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Impact of Information Needs and Seeking Behaviour of Medical Personnel in Federal Teaching Hospitals

Impact of Information Needs and Seeking Behaviour of Medical Personnel in Federal Teaching Hospitals in South-East Nigeria.


Background of the Study.

Medical personnel have many information needs that when satisfied, contribute to improved patient care outcomes and medical personnel life long learning. Information needs are an expression of missing information that is required to accomplish a specific task. Many medical personnel information needs go unmet due to a variety of barriers, including uncertainty about which information resources to use. The number of information resources available to medical personnel is continually growing and there is a lack of guidance about which information resources to access at the point of care.

Fundamentally, medical personnel seek health information for various reasons, such as the need to obtain answers to patient specific questions and to keep abreast of developments in clinical medicine.

Thompson (1997), medical personnel seek information for patient care. Traditionally, medical personnel main source of information comprises books, journals held in personal libraries and internet facilities. However, with the increase in the invention of computers and the internet, many new electronic information resources and systems are now available. The availability of computers and internet has provided the possibility of immediate access to the most recent and reliable clinical needs in everyday medical practice in developed countries. In developing countries, the internet is still only available to a minority of health professionals and, often, it is not available at the point of care. Read More »

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Examine the Rousseau’s Civil Society and Good Governance in Nigeria.

Examine the Rousseau’s Civil Society and Good Governance in Nigeria.


Background to the study.

Rousseau espoused the belief that man by nature is good and that people in the state of nature were at their best innocent but was corrupted by the unnaturalness of civilization. According to Rousseau, poor people desires were minimal and do not have the drive to acquire more possessions. There was absence of reliance on others and no real need for extensive social interaction. However, there did exist on unreflective sympathy and general compassion toward others that was indiscriminate and not based on merits.

In the state of nature, Rousseau saw compassion as the greatest of virtues for mankind and regarded contempt of another which could lead to hurt feelings as a vice. Rousseau posits that a proper society had no place for blame, criticism, judgment, comparism with others and the distinction of worth among men. He proclaimed the natural goodness of and belief that one man by nature is just as any other. According to him, man in the state of nature is free, wise and good whereas the laws of nature were benevolent.

For Rousseau, the fundamental problem is civilization that enslaved and corrupted man, thereby making man unnatural. In the order of nature, all men were equal. The distinction and differentiation among men are the products of culture and civilization. The social institution in the society corrupts the pure individual. He assigned primacy to instinct, emotion, intuition, feelings and passion, and that although life was peaceful, people were unfulfilled. They need to interact in order to actualize their desires. Evil, greed and selfishness emerged as human society began to develop, forming social institutions. One such institution was private property that encouraged avarice and self.-Interest.  Rousseau saw the ownership of private property as a destructive, impulsive and egotistical institution that rewarded greed and luck. Read More »

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Revenue Generation in Ebonyi State, Nigeria

Revenue Generation in Ebonyi State, Nigeria, a Study of Ikwo Local Government Area



The increasing cost of running government coupled with dwindling revenue has led various state governments in Nigeria with formulating strategies to improve the revenue base. The near collapse of the national isonomy has created serious financial stress for all tiers of government. Despite the numerous sources of revenue available to the various tiers of government as specified in the Nigerian constitution of 1999, over 80% of the annual revenue of the three tiers of government come from the petroleum (Ugonga, 2014). The serious decline in the price of oil in recent years has led to a decrease in the funds available for distribution to the states and local governments. The need for state and local governments to generate adequate revenue from internal sources has become a matter of extreme urgency. This need underscores the eagerness on the part of state and local governments and even the federal government to look for new sources of revenue or to become aggressive and innovative in the mode of collecting revenue from existing sources. Read More »

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Assess the Level of Compliance by Manufacturing Industries to Environmental Management System

Assess the Level of Compliance by Manufacturing Industries to Environmental Management System in Kano State.


Background of the Study

Environmental management in Nigeria is spread in a multiplicity of resource and sector specific regulations as well as policy framework. The legal and institutional basis of varied environmental regulations is entrenched in the constitution of Nigeria. It stipulates to every individual and industry relating to environment stipulating the right to clean and healthy environment.

The international standardization organization (ISO) provides on different aspects of quality management. ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 are the most uncommonly applied procedures employed by manufacturing industries. ISO 14001 is an environmental management system concerned with the procedures for securing safe, clean and healthy environment while ISO 9001 is a quality management system with strong focus on the customer process approach and constantly improving processes. It ensures that clients get consistent, high quality products as well as better services. ISO standardization scheme brings benefits to the industry depending on its mandate and responsibilities. Read More »

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The Impact of Foreign Capital Inflows on Economic Growth in Nigeria from 1980 to 2013

The Impact of Foreign Capital Inflows on Economic Growth in Nigeria from 1980 to 2013 .      


Background to the study.

The long-run development of an emerging economy requires persistent expenditures that can provide saving-investment in real capital terms in order to actualize the resources existing in the developing economies. Thus, persistent savings-investment gap exist in Nigeria and this has led to the argument that external financing is investable for sustained growth. The main argument in this direction imply that if developing countries like Nigeria gain access to world financial markets, the savings gap could be overcome by financial domestic investment out of the savings from high income countries.  The high income countries can take the form of concessional lending abroad, foreign direct investment inflows and portfolio investment by foreign investors. Read More »

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The Impact Of Capital Market Formation On Economic Growth Of The Nigerian Economy.

The Impact Of Capital Market Formation On Economic Growth Of The Nigerian Economy. 1980 To 2012


  • Background to the study

Capital formation refers to savings drive that sets up financial institution, public borrowing, development of capital markets, privatization of financial institution as well as development of secondary financial markets. It is a major determinant of economic growth. It refers to any method for mobilizing capital resources for investment purposes. It is used in economic theory as a modern term for capital accumulation and refers to the total capital stock that has been formed or to the growth of this total stock of capital. The relationship between capital formation, saving and economic growth is reputed to perform some necessary functions which promote the development of the economy. The link between these three issues is unidirectional moving from savings to investment and the economic growth. Read More »

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Bank Failure, Causes and Consequences

 Bank Failure, Causes and Consequences



The researcher had laid hands on some textbooks, journals, seminar papers and magazines in then course of the study, which helped the researcher in gaining insight in banks and banking and specifically how bank failure impaired the depositors and the bank management.

The literature review will cover the definitions of banks by many authors /bodies, the meaning of bank failure, sources /causes of bank failure in banking system or causes of bank failure, recent development in financial services sector and bank failure in Nigeria, regulatory authorities efforts at addressing issues remedy of financial sector failure, emerging issues and challenges for the banking industry consequences of bank failure to the economy and the entire economy in general


It will be counter some to formulate a definition of bank that would be wide enough to embrace the diverse activities, carried on by commercial banks.

The complex activities of merchant banks have little in common with the services offered by the commercial banks, National savings banks, and National industrial development bank. One could of course, give the word “bank a narrow meaning and call that a definition or give a much wider meaning and call that a definition. The truth is that for one to define a word “bank” it is often necessary to examine the context in which it is used. The researcher tend to define the word “bank” under three headings:

(a)Some definitions by textbook writers

(b) Some statutory definition and

© The view expressed by the courts. Read More »

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