ABSTRACT A questionnaire survey was employed to identify the sources of contact with parasites and disease vectors among people l ving in the Anambra River Basin Irrigation Project Area. The survey indicated that more than half o the inhabitants o this area go to farm. While in the farm disease vectors such as mosquitoes, biting midges, snails and tsetse flies are usually encountered. In addition, the lack of proper sewage disposal common among the communities exacerbates the situation. Water from various sources such as rivers ponds, streams, as well as rainwater are used for many purposes. Common disease symptoms such as diarrhoea, abdominal pain, blood in sputum, body nodules, blood in stool, coughing, itching, headache, fever, haematuria were commonly recorded. Positive relationships were observed between the presence of some vectors and the corresponding disease symptoms.
NAME: ACHEGBULU JOY ENE MAT NO: 16/38471/UE DEPT: AGRIBUSINESS OPTION: B.SC AGRIBUSINESS MARKETTING AND CO-OPERATIVE COURSE CODE: ACC 101 LEVEL: 200 Speed The main difference between manual and computerized systems is speed. Accounting software processes data and creates reports much faster than manual systems. Calculations are done automatically in software programs, minimizing errors and increasing efficiency. Once data is input, you can create reports literally by pressing a button in a computerized system. Cost Another difference between manual and computerized systems is cost. Manual accounting with paper and pencil is much cheaper than a computerized system, which requires a machine and software. Other expenses associated with accounting software include training and program maintenance. Expenses can add up fast with costs for printers, paper, ink and other supplies. Backup A third difference between manual and computerized systems is the ease of backup of a computerized system. All transactions can be saved and backed up, in case of fire or other mishap. You cannot do this with paper records, unless you make copies of all pages--a long and inefficient process. STORAGE In Manual system, storing of files is usually keep hard copies while in computerized system files are stored in soft copies.
"vengeance is mine;I will repay;says the lord (Romans 12:19).God is just:he will pay back trouble to those who trouble you(2 Thessalonian 1:6).These are some verses in the bible where God gave insights of his condemnation to vengeance by man.God gave assurance to man to turn to the other cheek when one slaps him in the other.Looking beyond the surface,it simply means that man should not retaliate what ever done to him.It also means that all battles belongs to God and not man.A man who worships God to the brim,is automatically God's property, so for a human to touch God's anointed,the person has definitely incurred God's wrath and must not go unpunished.
women have not been given the adequate respect they deserve. Sophocles once said that “silence gives the proper grace to women.” Men were often perceived as the dominant sex; women were just asked to perform in the kitchen, and please their spouse. According to feminist criticism, the root of the prejudice against women have long been embedded in western culture. The female feminist Virginia Woolf wrote “A room of one’s own,” in which she declares that men have treated women as inferiors. She states that society believes that women are inferior to men; men controls the income, while women just seat at home and this is exactly the case in The Lion and the Jewel and The Trials of Brother Jero.
An attractive personality, well discipline, easy-going, astute, neat, hardworking and could equally work under pressure with a lot of ingenuity and innovativeness. An intellectually intimidating personality, you only need to witness the genuinely bewildered consternation interspersed with intimidation involved. Despite his intimating personality, he is one of those rare intellectuals who can communicate with the lay public; his public lectures are solid testament of his rare gift for communication and intellectual capability.
Abstract This paper examines the place of religion and religious pluralism in nation-building with Nigeria as its focal point. It ties the existence of many religions and the attendant claims to authenticity to the claims by some individuals to have had personal relations from God. The paper goes on to note that these unfounded claims to exclusive religious authenticity are the major cause of incessant religious crisis and wars in Nigeria. Furthermore, the paper attributes religious intolerance and crisis to ignorance, noting that all religions have a common source. Religion, the paper argues, is a two-edged sword with the propensity for good and bad. On the positive side, the paper observes that religion inculcates rich moral values in its adherents. These values act as catalysts for the positive transformation of the individuals and society at large. Conversely, it argues that controversial passages as contained in the scriptures of the various religions have resulted and may continue to result in doctrinal misinterpretations and misunderstanding among the adherents of varying religions. In conclusion, it notes that there are some good virtues that are associated with religion and religious pluralism that could be harnessed and utilized in our quest for a democratic nationhood.
This article explored how the dynamics of the global political economy influences international games, such as, the FIFA World Cup. It further examined the extent of exaggeration of myths and benefits of the 2010 FIFA World Cup to South Africans, neighboring states, FIFA officials and the global community in the post game period. To effectively explain and understand the article, we adopted the Theory of Commercial Liberalism and argued that whenever nations compete for the hosting right for such tournament, they are mainly but not exclusively driven by the benefits that accrue. The relevance of this theory as forming the theoretical framework is based on the simple understanding that man´s fundamental reasoning is cooperation in order to prosper.