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  • MACRO-ECONOMIC ENVORNMENT AND CREDT RIS OF ISLAMIC BANIKING IN A DUAL BANKING SYSTEM; EVIDENCE FROM MALAYSIA AND INDONESIA 

    ABDURRAHEEM, ABDULAZEEZ ADEWUYI (INDERSCIENCE PUBLISHERS, 2019)
    Understanding the effects of the macro-economic environment's dynamics on the credit risk of Islamic banking in a dual banking system could help the Islamic banking industry. This article empirically investigates this issue ...
  • Macro-Economic Variables and Non-Performing Loans of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria 

    Olubunmi Florence, Osemene; Kolawole, Kayode D.; Salam, Mudathir O. (Library and Publications Committee, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, 2016)
    The importance of banking sector in the development of a nation’s economy cannot be overemphasised. Although banks create no new wealth,their activities facilitate the process of production, distribution, ...
  • Macro-Economic Variables and Non-Performing Loans of Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria 

    OSEMENE, Olubunmi Florence; KOLAWOLE, David Kayode; SALAM, Mudathir Olanrewaju (University of Ilorin Library and Publications Committee, 2016-12)
    The importance of banking sector in the development of a nation’s economy cannot be overemphasised. Although banks create no new wealth, their activities facilitate the process of production, distribution, exchange and ...
  • Macroeconomic determinants of bank lending behaviour in Nigeria 

    Yahaya, K. A.; Oni, O. O. (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria Journal of Accounting and Finance (IJAF). Published by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN)., 2014-09)
    Lending activity is possible through bank's mobilization of funds from their customers. Banks depend on depositor's money as a source of funds and this means that there is a relationship between the ability of the banks ...
  • Macrotia –Acquired as against Congenital: A case report. 

    Segun-Busari, S; Afolabi, O.A; Ibrahim, O.K; Alabi, B.S; Dunmade, A.D (Tropical Journal of Health sciences. Published by the College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, 2009)
    Wasp belongs to a group of insect that does not intentionally attack human unless threatened1. It is a member of the Hymenoptera order (which also includes bees and ants). Its consists of various proteins and enzymes. It ...
  • Made - in - China versus Made – in - Aba Goods: Dissecting the Implications for the Nigerian Economy 

    Odeh, EL (Dustinma Historical Review: A Publication of the Department of History and Strategic Studies Federal University Dutsinma Katsina State, 2018-11)
    This paper juxtaposes made-in-China and made-in-Aba goods with a view to illuminating the nature and substance of products from both countries. The paper underscores the importance of Made-in-Aba goods and analyzes the ...
  • Madiba: Between Dialectics of Alienation and the Praxes of Social Reformation 

    Afolayan, Kayode Niyi (The Department of English and Literature, University of Benin, 2013)
    The space occupied by South African literature has always been valued within the matrix of historical experience. One of the perspectives that give attention to this is the categorization of engagements in Theory of African ...
  • Madrasat Dar al-’lum wa Is-hamat Khirrijihah fi al-Majal al- Akademi. 

    Yusuf, AbdulHameed Badmas (2015)
    تحتلّ مدرسة دار العلوم إسلى كوتو مكانة مرموقة بين المدارس الموجودة في بلاد إلورن، ذلك لأن تأسيسها تمّ على أيدي علماء البلاد وأئمتها بأمر ملكي صادر من الأمير محمد ذي القرنين الغمبري. وخلال خمسىة عقود من تأسيسها قد خرّجت ...
  • Mainstreaming Corruption Poverty and Development in Nigeria 

    Adedoyin Jolaade, Omede; Arinze, Ngwube (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, 2017)
  • Maize in Livestock Foods in Kogi State: Analysis of Livestock Food Security Gap. 

    Ekenta, Cornelius. M; Mohammed, A.B; Afolabi, O.K; Owolagba, E.F (Published by Animal Science Association of Nigeria., 2012)
    Abstract The study analyzed the utilization of maize in improving livestock food security gap in Kogi State. Multi-stage sampling technique was used in randomly selecting 240 maize farmers for the study. Primary data was ...
  • Major sources of food safety information; a Case study on consumers in Lagos, Nigeria Authors 

    Danilola, ST; Omotesho, AO; Animashaun, JO (2018)
    Unsafe food propels a cyclical process of disease formation and malnutrition, especially in infants, young children, the elderly, and the sick. To ensure food safety, consumers are advised to pay close attention to the ...
  • Malaria Parasitaemia among blood donors in Ilorin, Nigeria. 

    Olawumi H.O; Fadeyi A; Akanbi II A.A; Babatunde A.S; Sani M.A; Aderibigbe S.A. (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, 2014)
    Abstract Background: The prevalence of malaria parasitaemia among blood donors in Ilorin has not been documented. In this study, we determined the prevalence of malaria parasitaemia among blood donors in Ilorin, as well ...
  • Malaria Parasitaemia and Anaemia among First Antenatal Clinic Attendees in Ilorin, Nigeria 

    Fadeyi, A.; Balogun, O.R.; Babatunde, A.S.; Adesina, K.T.; Aderibigbe, S.; Sani, M.A. (Pan Africa Medical Journal, 2010)
    The burden of malaria and anaemia in pregnancy is unknown in Ilorin, Nigeria despite malaria being threat to 2.4 billion lives world-wide including Nigerians particularly the children and pregnant women. To determine the ...
  • Male and Female Challenges of Climacterium and Menopause in Africa 

    Omokanye, Lukman O.; Panti, Abubakar A.; Tunau, K A.; Olatinwo, Abdulwaheed O. (Delta Reproductive Health Initiative and Research Centre, 2017)
    Background: The climacteric and menopause is an exceptional period in the life of a woman. It is associated with unique challenges which may affect the quality of life. Recent evidence suggest that there is a similar ...
  • Male partner's role during pregnancy, labour and delivery: Expectations of pregnant women in Nigeria 

    Adeniran, Abiodun; Aboyeji, Peter; Fawole, Adegboyega; Balogun, Olayinka; Adesina, Kikelomo; Adeniran, Peace (College of Medicine, Qassim University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2015-07)
    Objectives: To evaluate the expectations of pregnant women on the role of the male partner during conception and delivery. Methodology: A prospective multi-centre observational study comprising 506 pregnant women at eight ...
  • Male Partner’s Role during Pregnancy, Labour and Delivery: Expectations of Pregnant women in Nigeria 

    Adeniran, Abiodun; Aboyeji, Abiodun; Fawole, Adegboyega; Balogun, Olayinka; Adesina, Kikelomo; Adeniran, Peace (International Journal of Health Sciences, Qassim University, 2015)
    Objectives: To evaluate the expectations of pregnant women on the role of the male partner during conception and delivery. Methodology: A prospective multi-centre observational study comprising 506 pregnant women at eight ...
  • Malicious accounts: Dark of the social networks 

    Adewole, K. S.; Anuar, N. B.; Kamsin, A.; Varathan, K. D.; Razak, S. A. (Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2017)
    Over the last few years, online social networks (OSNs), such as Facebook, Twitter and Tuenti, have experienced exponential growth in both profile registrations and social interactions. These networks allow people to share ...
  • MAN-ECOSYSTEM IMBALANCE:THE CASE FOR ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION 

    Ajibade, L. T.; Afolayan, O. S.; Abdulraheem, M. O. (Faculty of General Studies, Federal University Dutse, Jigawa State., 2016)
    An ecosystem describes a distinct ecological unit that consists of both the living and non-living elements. When this is able to thrive and support itself without outside influence or assistance, it is termed sustainable ...
  • Management and Outcome of Rhinosinusitis in Nigeria. 

    Afolabi, O.A; Alabi, B.S,; Omokanye, H.K,; Ayodele, S.O,; Segun-Busari, S,; Dunmade, A.D,; Ologe, F.E. (Published by American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery., 2017)
    Objective.The aim of this study is to present the manage-ment and outcome of treatment of rhinosinusitis in Nigeria.Study Design.A retrospective review of the case notes ofpatients with rhinosinusitis between January ...