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  • An X-Ray of Core Issues in Governance, Corruption and Development in Nigeria 

    Ifejika, Solomon I; Aliu, Fatima Omotayo (Faculty of Social Science, University of Ilorin, 2015-12)
  • X-Raying the Legal and Adminstrative Consequences of Divulging Confidential Information in Taxation 

    Olokooba S.M, & Awodun Muritala (Faculty of Law, Novena University, Ogume, 2017)
    This paper examines the legal as well as administrative consequences of mishandling and or divulging of taxpayers confidential information by tax authorities to a non -authorized third party. the paper, in the final analysis ...
  • X-Raying the Tax Treatment of Profit, Loss and Bad Debt in the Nigerian Banking Sector 

    Olokooba Saka (Faculty of Law, Ekiti State University, 2015)
    This paper appraises the tax treatment of profit , deductibility of loss, and bad debt in the Nigerian banking Sector. The paper argues that despite the provisions of section 29(1) & 31(2) Companies Income Tax Act (CITA) ...
  • Xenophobic attacks in South Africa and intra-African relations 

    Awotunde, Taiye (Nigerian Political Science Association, South East Zone, 2018-12)
    Xenophobia is not a phenomenon that is limited or restricted to South Africa. It is prevalent in other countries like India, Pakistan and Germany. Since the 1980s, Xenophobia has become a source of concern to scholars ...
  • Yak milk whey protein denaturation and casein micelle disaggregation/aggregation at different pH and temperature 

    Wang, Lifeng; Ma, Ying; Cui, Jie; Oyeyinka, Samson; Cheng, Jinju; He, Shenghua (Elsevier, 2017-04-04)
    At the natural pH of yak milk (pH 6.6), a low level (<30%) of k-casein (k-CN) was found in the serum phase after heating at 95 oC for 30 min, indicating that as much as 70% of the b-lactoglobulin (b-Lg) and k-CN complexes ...
  • Yak milk whey protein denaturation and casein micelle disaggregation/aggregation at different pH and temperature 

    Wang, Lifeng; Ma, Ying; Cui, Jie; Oyeyinka, Samson; Cheng, J; He, S (Springer for International Dairy Journal, 2017-03-22)
    At the natural pH of yak milk (pH 6.6), a low level (<30%) of κ-casein (κ-CN) was found in the serum phase after heating at 95 °C for 30 min, indicating that as much as 70% of the β-lactoglobulin (β-Lg) and κ-CN complexes ...
  • Yar'Adua's Rule of Law 

    Adedoyin Jolaade, Omede (Al-Hikmah University of Ilorin, Nigeria, 2009)
    The rule of law presupposes that no person or particular branch of government may be above the laws of the land. In Nigeria, the rule of law mantra was regarded as a concept that only existed on the pages of Dicey's book. ...
  • Yes-no question formation in Igbo: The phono-syntax interface 

    Amaechi, Mary (West African Linguistic Society, 2018)
    The low tone on Igbo pronouns has been argued to be used to initiate yes-no questions. This paper describes the derivation of this low tone. The paper argues that the low tone on singular subject pronoun in Igbo yes-no ...
  • Yiyan Ori Oro Iwadii 

    Ogunlola, 'Layo (Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages, 2016)
  • The Yoruba Concept of Ori in Relation to Human Destiny 

    Raymond, Ogunade (Lagos State University: Faculty of Arts, 2006)
    INTRODUCTION. Virtually everything about the Yoruba philosophy, religion, culture or the ancient past “has come down to us by word of mouth from generation to generation.”1 Oral traditions therefore, are the only means of ...
  • Yoruba oral literature and the training of good character: A case study of Yoruba folktale and Yoruba proverbs 

    Ogunlola, 'Layo (Nigerian Researchers Forum, 2002-09)
    In the first part of this article, an effort was made to show how the foreign authors derogatorily described Africans as people without a literature of their own. The second part examines what literature is and tries to ...
  • Yoruba Personality Guide 

    Ogunade, Raymond (San Francisco: Pacific Phoenix Press., 2017)
    The Yoruba traditional belief in the spiritual realm is much stronger than their physical environment. The belief is that, the spiritual controls the physical and this is the reason why, before the engagement of any important ...
  • Yoruba Playwrights and Politics in Nigeria: An Examination of Selected Yoruba Written Plays 

    Ogunlola, 'Layo (Langaa Research & Publishing Common Initiative Group, 2016)
    Introduction: The large geographical expression that metamorphosed into an entity christened Nigeria by 1914 has indeed come of age. Since her birth in 1914, Nigeria, the most populated “Black” Country in the World, with ...
  • Yoruba Playwrights and the Spirit of Omoluabi: Discourse in Archetypal Theory 

    Ogunlola, 'Layo (Journal of Yoruba Studies Association of Nigeria, 2013-06)
    The level of moral degeneration globally and among the Yoruba in particular, calls for concern. The emergence of colonialism, with its attendant civilization, brought numerous changes to Yoruba moral life. Efforts at ...
  • Yoruba proverbs and morality (Iwa Omoluabi): The past, present and the future 

    Ogunlola, 'Layo (Department of Linguistics and Nigerian Languages, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Kwara State, 2014)
    In traditional Yoruba society, there are strong moral codes that prescribe acceptable standard of right or wrong. The moral codes equip the Yoruba person with the ability in resist evil and behave well. At present, "omoluabi" ...
  • Yoruba proverbs as a tool for fostering social balance and equilibrium 

    Adeosun & Alabi, Hezekiah Olufemi & T,A. (Dept of African Languages and cultures, ABU, Zaria, 2012)
    Proverbs are wise sayings which, in a short, witty and loaded manner, instruct, guide, praise or condemn human activities. It is interesting to note that proverbs are somewhat poetic; hence, they are laced with messages ...
  • Young People’s Perception of HIV/ AIDS Campaign in South-West Nigeria 

    Kadiri, Kehinde Kadijat; Ahmad, Mohd Khairie; Mustaffa, Che Su (Malaysian Journal of Media Studies, 2015)
    Since global attention was drawn to the identification and spread of HIV/AIDS in 1983, the media has been used as the primary vehicle for both formal and informal messages on the dreaded infection. However, limited studies ...
  • Youth unemployment and criminal tendencies in South-Western Nigeria. 

    Bakare, Adebola Rafiu; Murana, Asimiyu (Department of Sociology, Osun state University, 2015)
    The youth population of any country represents the driving force for the development or otherwise of such country. For the youths to become positive agents of development, they must be gainfully employed. However, the ...
  • Youths and Electoral Violence in Nigeria: Issues and Way Forward 

    Balogun, Obasanjo Solomon; Abdulbaqi, Salihu Zakariya (Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, 2016-10)
    The Nigerian political landscape, since the return to democratic rule in May 29, 1999 has witnessed series of political violence. Of such violence is electoral violence. Although there are many scholarly writings and debates ...
  • Youths and Ethno-Religious Conflicts in Sino-Nigerian Countries: A Comparative and Transformative Approach 

    ODEH, Lemuel Ekedegwa (Langaa Research and Publishing CIG Mankon Bamenda, 2015)
    Ethno-religious conflict is one of the most recurring phenomena in Sino-Nigeria countries, while the youths occupy the productive segment of the society. The youths characterised with energy and vigour are always at the ...