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Nigeria Journal of Education, Health And Technology Research Vol 8

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    Nigeria Journal of Education, Health and Technology Research (NJEHETR) is an exceptional interdisciplinary academic Journal. It aims at linking research findings in Health, Environment, Science and Technology to the improvement and development of Education in Nigeria and abroad. The Journal considers for publication scholarly and well researched articles, viewpoints and reports on current issues from other related fields that will enhance academic development. The knowledge, creative ideas and skills provided by seasoned contributors to this Journal will in no small measure help to enhance sustainable improvement in the quality and development of all aspects of life and learning environment.

    

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BENIN CITY MARKETS AND WEATHER VARIABILITY

IKELEGBE O.O. PH.D AND ERIBO I. O. ................................................................................................... 1

THE INFLUENCE OF SPOUSES’ AGGRESSION ON COUPLES’ RELATIONSHIPS IN GADUMO VILLAGE OF LOKOJA L.G.A.

OBUTE, EMMANUELLA. E. AND IDEGE, DEBORAH.E.............................................................................. 10

THE MANAGEMENT OF DOMESTIC ENERGY RELATED WASTES GENERATED WITHIN HOUSEHOLDS OF ABIA STATE, NIGERIA.

DR. ADAKU SANDRA IDIKA-UMEH, PROF. E.U. ANYAKOHA................................................................... 17

ANALYSIS OF FACTORS PERCEIVED TO INFLUENCE DROPOUT INCIDENCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN EDO STATE, NIGERIA

DR. V.O. IGBINEWEKA, PROF. OYAZIWO ALUEDE.................................................................................. 28

CONTRIBUTIONS OF MICRO AND SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES TO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED SOUTH-WESTERN STATES IN NIGERIA.

OSEJI, AKPORS SUNDAY & KEINDE, TAIWO (MRS)................................................................................. 36

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SECRETARIAL STUDENTS’ MASTERY OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR, PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY AND EFFECTIVE TRANSCRIPTION OF SHORTHAND NOTES

SHABI SURURAT OMOBOLANLE, SHABI ISMAIL OLADELE, KING AFSAT OYINDAMOLA............................ 45

THE ROLE OF TEACHERS’ IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REVISED 9-YEAR BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM ON RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES IN NIGERIA

OTARU, BERNARD MESHACH........................................................................................... 52

HEALTH HAZARDS OF FOOD HAWKING BY FAMILIES IN OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, DELTA STATE NIGERIA.

FLORENCE AMARA UZOKA (PhD)................................................................................................. 60

STRATEGIES FOR PROMOTING HEALTHY EATING HABITS AMONG NIGERIAN PREGNANT WOMEN

OYESODE, RUTH OLUWABUSAYO, OLASEINDE ADENIKE MARY, ADU, OLAIDE TEMITOPE....................... 68

IMPACT OF FLORICULTURE AND LANDSCAPING ON SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

EKHUEMELO, C., EKHUEMELO, D.O. AND AMONUM, J.I........................................................................ 75

CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE EFFECTIVE DELIVERY OF CURRICULUM CONTENTS USING ICT TOOLS IN NIGERIAN SCHOOLS

OREMEYI S. OKUO .............................................................................................. 82

ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN BENIN METROPOLIS

PROF. F.E.O. OMORUYI, AIRHIAVBERE OSARO FRIDAY.......................................................................... 87

INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND FAMILY COHESION AMONG DUAL CAREER COMMUTING FAMILIES IN UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE

USOROH, C.I (Ph.D.) & BASSEY, G. E..................................................................................................... 95

PEPTIC ULCER AMONG TEENAGERS: THE CHALLENGE BEFORE THE CONTEMPORARY NUTRITIONIST FOR A HEALTHY POPULATION

OBOBOKHAI F.A& ADEDEJI C. E........................................................................................................... 105

STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING THE FUNCTIONALITY OF METALWORK WORKSHOPS IN TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA.

LEMO, OLUSIJI OLASENI (PH.D), & OLAKOTAN, OLUSEGUN OLAWALE.................................................. 111

CHALLENGES OF THE ELDERLY: NEED FOR APPROPRIATE CARE IN NIGERIA

EJINKEONYE UJU BRIDGET (Ph.D)................................................................................ 120

STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING BUILDING FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION AND MASONRY IN PREVENTING BUILDING COLLAPSE

OYENUGA, A. OYETUNDE (P.hD), EFUNTADE JOSEPH AND FADAIRO, O. ORIOLA.................................. 128

MATHEMATICS TEACHING FOR PEACE AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN FOCUS

DR. SAMSON SUNDAY AFOLABI...................................................... 139

FACTORS INFLUENCING EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING PRACTICES AMONG NURSING MOTHERS OF INFANTS LESS THAN SIX MONTHS IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA.

SERIKI-MOSADOLORUN, J.S., ABIAMUWE, N.O., OTOBO, V. O & OGBONNA, K. P................................ 145

WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AMONG FAST FOOD INDUSTRIES IN BENIN METROPOLIS OF EDO STATE

IHENSEKHIEN ISOKEN. (PH.D)   &   IGBINADUWA, O.E. (MRS.)............................................................. 153

ASSESSMENT OF STAFF MOTIVATION AMONG WORKERS OF FAST FOOD INDUSTRIES IN RIVERS STATE NIGERIA

ENEMUO, O.B & ADEDARA FOLASADE............................................................................................... 159

PARENTS/ADOLESCENTS CONFLICTS IN MAKURDI METROPOLIS

OBUTE, EMMANUELLA, E. & OLABE, JACINTHA, M.............................................................................. 170

ASSESSMENT OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENTS ATTITUDE TOWARDS LEARNING AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT IN RURAL AND URBAN AREAS IN EDO STATE

PROF. E. E. UKO-AVIOMOH, MRS. ALUYOR PATIENCE ......................................................................... 180

MEASURES OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY LITERACY LEVEL OF GEOGRAPHY TEACHERS FOR SUSTAINABLE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF THE SUBJECT IN NIGERIA

KOFOWOROLA A ADEROGBA (PHD) & HAKEEM O. BAKARE................................................................. 185

FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST HARNESSING ENTREPRENEURSHIP OPPORTUNITIES IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILE ASPECT OF HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION FOR SELF RELIANCE

DR. (MRS.) NWABAH N. & OKAFOR PATIENCE..................................................................................... 198

PROMOTING HEALTHY, SAFE AND FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT AS PRE-REQUISITE FOR INSTITUTIONAL SPORTS DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

ELESO, T. TAIWO, LAIDE, E. O. & AJAO, A. G. ...................................................................................... 206

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE FASTNESS PROPERTIES OF TRADITIONAL ADIRE FABRIC AND HAND WOVEN ASO-OKE FABRICS TO VARIOUS SERVICING AGENTS.

AKINTAYO, W. LATEEF............................................................... 213

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ADEQUACY OF RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT CURRICULUM IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS

ADEMILUYI, LAWRENCE F. Ph.D, ADEMILUYI, ABOSEDE B.................................................................... 221

CREATIVITY AND INITIATIVE SKILLS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN BOOSTING STUDENTS’ INTEREST IN HOME ECONOMICS

UNUNG, PATRICIA EDET,..................................................................................... 231

BOKO HARAM: A THREAT TO FOOD SECURITY IN NIGERIA

OBUH I. JULIE, PROF E.E UKO-AVIOMOH, OHANAKA JOY.................................................................... 237

DESIRABLE NUTRITION AND ENRICHED ENVIRONMENT: IMPLICATIONS ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

SERIKI-MOSADOLORUN, J.S &ABIAMUWE, C.N................................................................................. 248

WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT AND FIRMS’ PROFITABILITY: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM MANUFACTURING AND CONSTRUCTION FIRMS LISTED ON NIGERIA STOCK EXCHANGE, NSE

AKPORS S. OSEJI & RASHEED A. OYEDEJI............................................................................................. 255

ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION FOR YOUTH EMPOWERMENT: PANACEA FOR FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT

SONEYE GBOLADE MICHAEL................................................................................... 263

IMPORTANCE OF FOREST AND TREES IN SUSTAINING WATER SUPPLY AND RAINFALL

EKHUEMELO, D.O., AMONUM, J.I. AND USMAN, I. A........................................................................... 273

PROMOTING PROFESSIONALIM, INTERDISCIPLINARY COOPERATION AND EFFICIENT SERVICE DELIVERY IN SPEECH AND HEARING DISORDER MANAGEMENT IN PLATEAU STATE

VANDEH CHRIS PhD, JAMES NANSHEP WUYEP, AYUBA W. GAZAMA................................................... 281

TECHNICAL COLLEGE GRADUATES COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR MAINTAINING ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEMS IN MODERN CARS IN LAGOS STATE

FADAIRO, OLATUNJI ORIOLA(PH.D)  & FAKOREDE, S. O. A. (PH.D) ..................................................... 288

SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND ACCESSIBILITY OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN RURAL AND URBAN TOWNS IN DELTA STATE, NIGERIA

BALOGUN V. S. & IKELEGBE O. O......................................................................................................... 296