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Articles in Press

Original Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Idisi, Park Odojoma (PhD), Musa, A. Shehu (PhD), Maduekwe, M. Innocent (PhD), Simpa, Ondeku James, Emmanuel, Augustine Uke, Ogunrinde, Happiness Ugomma, Atteh, Paul Akinwumi, Musa, Kubi Ganaka

    This study investigated the preference for compensational palliatives for the removed fuel subsidy in Nigeria using Kogi State as a case study. The objectives of the study include determination of the socioeconomic characteristics of the respondents, examination of preference for compensational

    1-15
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10683449
  • Umar, Tauheed Ibrahim, Ph.D, Onyia Chukwuebuka I. , Agbo Maria

    This study focused on the problems of enforcement of environmental laws in FCT using Zuba as a case study. A Total of 200 people comprising all stakeholders in the enforcement of environmental law in the area were involved. Data collection was done using constructed questionnaires, the data

    16-28
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10693936