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INFLUENCE OF HUMAN RESOURCES ON HOTEL PERFORMANCE IN KITALE MUNICIPALITY TRANS NZOIA COUNTY

The study aimed at investigating the influence of human resources in Kitale Municipality Trans Nzoia County. The study was significant to private and public hotel institution in realigning their overall performance in various aspects. Literature was reviewed basing on the study objectives. The project adopted a descriptive survey design. Target population of 240 employees constituted the respondents. A sample of 150 respondents was selected using appropriate techniques to represent the study population in data collection.

Author : Emmaculate Kipyesang and Joash Migosi
Country : Kenya
Page No : 1-10

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IMMUNIZATION, PRIMARY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM AND EFFICIENT SERVICE DELIVERY IN NIGERIA

This paper examines Immunization, Primary healthcare system and efficient service delivery in Nigeria with the following objectives, to assess the nature of immunization in Nigeria, to examine the impact of immunization and primary Healthcare Delivery in Nigeria, to investigate the implications of immunization program on National Primary Health Care System in Nigeria and to identify alternative ways for the improvement of Immunization in Nigeria.

Author : Ajani Mutiu, Assoc. Prof. Adadu Yahaya and Dr. Bello Baban Umar
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 11-38

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THE K TO 12 STRANDS TAKEN BY FIRST YEAR BIT FOOD TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS AND ITS EFFECT ON THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN APPLIED CHEMISTRY

This study identified the K to 12 strands of the first year BIT Food Technology students and its effect in their academic performance in Applied Chemistry. Its correlation on the chosen program using contingency coefficient correlation was noted to be insignificant. While using ETA correlation, its moderate correlation was determined between K to 12 strands taken and academic performance in Applied Chemistry of the respondents.

Author : Rinalyn G. Magtibay and Dennis G. Caballes
Country : Philippines
Page No : 39-46

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FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AMONG NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN NIGERIA

The study was carried out to investigate forensic accounting and performance management among non-governmental organization in Anambra and Enugu States of Nigeria. Three research questions guided the study and three hypotheses were tested. The population of the study comprised of eighty nine beneficiary in Soul Liberation Outreach Foundation in Anambra and Enugu States.

Author : Prof. Emma I. Okoye, Dr. Ugochukwu Nwoye and Okeke-Okonkwo, Chinenye Ifeoma
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 47-60

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Article No :  05

EFFECT OF MARKET RISK MANAGEMENT ON THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE: A CASE OF SELECTED LISTED MANUFACTURING FIRMS ON THE NIGERIAN STOCK EXCHANGE

The study examined the effect of market risk management on the financial performance of listed manufacturing firms on the Nigerian stock exchange. Market risk management as the independent variables was proxied with share risk, interest rate risk and leverage risk, while financial performance was measured using Return on Asset. Three research questions guided the study and three hypotheses were tested. The population of the study consist of all the manufacturing firms listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Author : Prof. Emma I. Okoye, Dr. Nwoye, Ugochukwu John and Nwagu, Eucharia Chinwemma
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 61-73

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FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND INTERVIEW PROCESS IN DISCOVERING FINANCIAL FRAUD IN SELECTED MINISTRIES IN ANAMBRA STATE

The study focused on forensic accounting and interview process in discovering financial fraud in some selected ministries in Anambra State. The main objective of the study is to examine forensic accounting and interview process in discovering financial fraud in ministry of commerce and industry. Three research questions and three hypotheses were formulated in line with the objectives of the study. A descriptive survey design was adopted for this study. The population comprised of 320 account staff in ministry of commerce and industry in Anambra State.

Author : Prof. Emma I. Okoye, Sugun Idowu Adeniyi and Mbanugo, Cyriacus Izuchukwu
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 74-87

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FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL FRAUD DETECTION THROUGH INTERVIEW PROCESS IN SELECTED FEDERAL MINISTRIES IN ENUGU STATE

The study aimed at forensic accounting and financial fraud detection through interview process in selected federal ministries in Enugu State. The main objective of the study is to ascertain forensic accounting and financial fraud detection through interview process in some selected federal ministries. Two research questions and two hypotheses were formulated in line with the objectives of the study. A descriptive survey design was adopted for this study.

Author : Prof. Emma I. Okoye, Sugun Idowu Adeniyi and Udegbunam, Emmanuel Obidi
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 88-104

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Article No :  08

NEGOTIATION AND INDUSTRIAL HARMONY IN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA

This study examined relationship between negotiation and industrial harmony in insurance companies in Rivers State, Nigeria. The study adopted a cross-sectional survey in its investigation of the variables. Primary data was generated through structured questionnaire. The population of the study was 84 employees of ten (10) selected insurance companies in Rivers State. The sample size of 69 was determined using the Taro Yamane’s formula for sample size determination. The reliability of the instrument was achieved by the use of the Crombach Alpha coefficient with all the items scoring above 0.70.

Author : Andrew Giwa and Dr. Tamunomiebi, M.D.
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 105-114

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Article No :  09

SOCIAL AWARENESS AND ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT OF HOTELS IN PORT HARCOURT, NIGERIA

This study examined relationship between social awareness and organizational commitment in hotels in Port Harcourt. The study made use of the quasi-experimental design with primary data generated through structured questionnaire. A total of 150 top and middle level staff from the five star Hotels studied constituted the study population and a sample size of 100 (one hundred) was drawn using Taro-Yamen formula. The hypotheses were tested using the Spearman Rank Order Correlation Coefficient with the aid of Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 23.0.

Author : Orlu, Kingsley Green and Dr. Justin O. Gabriel
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 115-126

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Article No :  10

FORENSIC ACCOUNTING AND MONEY LAUNDERING

This study was carried out to investigate forensic Accounting and money laundering in some selected federal ministries in Anambra State in Nigeria. Two research questions and two hypotheses were formulated in line with the purpose of the study. A research survey design was used for the purpose of this study with a sample size of three hundred and thirty- four (334) respondents which comprises of accountants and auditors of three (3) federal ministries selected from Anambra State in Nigeria.

Author : Prof. Okoye, I. Emma, Dr. Ugochukwu John Nwoye and Obialor, Gold Ugonma
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 127-142

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Article No :  11

INFLUENCE OF DEAL PRONENESS ON CONSUMERS BRAND LOYALTY AND SWITCHING

The study captured the influence of deal proneness on consumer’s decision variables of being brand loyal or switching at each point in time .The major objective was to ascertain whether there is any significant relationship between the dependent and independent variables. In order to actualize the aforementioned, research questions were formulated on questionnaire and administered to 200 respondents who were selected randomly from each cluster in Calabar Campus.

Author : Inyang Felix Bassey, Sunday Ewah, Ph.D. and Essien Etim Ndu
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 143-151

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THE EFFECT OF K TO 12 STRAND ON FIRST YEAR BIT FOOD TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS IN PURSUING THEIR HIGHER EDUCATION

Respondents from STEM strand found academically advantageous their taken strand, while respondents from TVL strand noted that their social skills were developed. They claimed that their practical skills were enhanced, thus developing their social aspect of belongingness.

Author : Rinalyn G. Magtibay and Zenaida Los Baños
Country : Philippines
Page No : 152-158

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Article No :  13

MANAGING RADIAL ARTERY PSEUDOANEURYSM IN A RESOURCE LIMITED SETTING

Reports of peripheral vascular pseudo aneurysms are infrequent in Nigeria. Radial artery pseudo aneurysm is an uncommon occurrence. In this case report, we highlights the occurrence of a case noticed a month after creation of a radiocephalic shunt, the patient’s evaluation and its repair in a resource poor setting.

Author : Osemobor, K.O., Akerele, J.M. and Okugbo, S.U.
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 159-162

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Article No :  14

TEACHERS’ CLASSROOM CHALLENGES: AN ISSUE TO RESOLVE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESSES

Teaching can be challenging at times, but as long as teachers really care about their students and really want to help them, both with the materials in the class and the struggles outside the class, it can also be very rewarding. Our world is jam-packed of interminable adjustments. But teacher cannot do it alone, one thing is crucial for teachers to overcome all such barriers and that is support from parents and administration.

Author : Jovita Abayan Balbuena and Dennis G. Caballes
Country : Philippines
Page No : 163-170

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Article No :  15

LEADERS EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND WORKPLACE HARMONY OF PRINTING COMPANIES IN PORT HARCOURT, NIGERIA

The current research evaluated the influences of leaders’ emotional intelligence on workplace harmony of printing companies in Port Harcourt Rivers State, Nigeria. The design of the study was cross sectional survey study. The population was sixty two (62) staff of 19 printing press companies in Port Harcourt. Copies of questionnaire were distributed to the sixty two (62) respondents of the printing press companies under study since there was no need for sampling.

Author : Bob-Manuel, Ibietela Victor and Prof. Zeb-Obipi, I.
Country : Nigeria
Page No : 171-181

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