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Multidisciplinary Journal of Academic Excellence

Volume 20 No 1, July, 2020

ISSN: 2141 – 3215


Creative Education and Entrepreneurial Skills: A Sine Qua Non for Sustainable National Development - Prof. S. Bamidele Sanni and Dr. Johnson A. Osaigbovo,

Effect of Cognitive-Code Learning Method on Public Senior School Students’ Achievement in English Primary and Modal Auxiliary Verbs Usages in Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria - J. O. Oyekanmi, Ph.D

Comparative Physicochemical Characteristics and Phytoassessment of Dumpsite Soils on the Main Campus of the University of Benin, Nigeria - G. O. Anoliefo, V. N. Chukwu, B. O. Enudi and B. Ikhajiagbe

The Efficacy of Cognitive Behavioural Approach in Managing Adolescents Psychosocial Crisis in Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State - Dr. Johnson Etaverho Maciver and Oderhohwo Akpojotor Joseph

Tax Harmonisation of Informal to Formal Trade Across-Boarders A Case Study of ECOWAS - Stanley Ugochukwu Simon, Ph.D,
Solomon Iyobosa Edebiri, Ph.D, Chidi Ofo Nwatu Okenwa, and Steve Okerofome Odjugo,

Entrepreneurial Education: A Sine Qua Non for Creative Curriculum and Sustainable National Development in Nigeria - Dr. Christiana .N. Nwadiokwu

Leveraging the Power of Virtual Reality Classrooms for the Development of Entrepreneurial Skills in Undergraduate Students -
Dr Esther F. Fomsi and Prince Aribiton Johnson

Creative Political Science Education and Entrepreneurial Skills - Sylvester Oghenekaro Ojo

Pairs of Approximate Functions from Collapsing Boundaries of a Positive Series - Andrew A. Dosomah, Celestina O. Audu and
Sabrena O. Edosomwan

Creative Biological Gardens Entrepreneurial Skill For Sustainable National Development - Dr. P. C. Obidiegwu, A.A. Oshiniwo and I. F. Osamor

Library and Information Science (LIS) Curriculum and Entrepreneurial Skills Implementation among Students in the Department of Library and Information Science, Cross River University of Technology, Calabar - Felicia Nkatv Undie andTina
Alam Osim

Entrepreneurship Education and Sustainable Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation- Bright Onoriode Ohwofasa, Ph.D and Michael Ajagono

Creating an Enhanced Social Environment for Creative Adult for Sustainable Development in the Niger Delta - Dr Morrison Umor Iwele and Anthonia Ilabor

Obstacles to Students Understanding of Some Solution Process for Simultaneous Equations - Maureen Enogie Omorogbe

Creative Christian Religious Education and Entrepreneurial Skills in Nigeria - Joseph Bawa Yaro

Business Education: An Imperative for the Development of Creative Skills in Students for Sustainable National Development - Avwenayeri Evelyn Onofurho

Acquisition of Creative and Entrepreneurial Skills in Economics Education for Job Creation in Nigeria - Godfrey Osaseri, Ph.D

Auditor’s Independence and Credibility of Financial Statements in Deposit Money Bank in Nigeria - Mary Ozazi Okeke and Matthew Edafe

Women Entrepreneurial Skills for Sustainable Development in Nigeria Economy - Akpor Regina Ukpohwo

Using Language Education as a Panacea for National Development - Muh’d-Jimoh A. Abdullahi and Victoria Omolere Ikibe

Rice Farmers’ Knowledge and Practices of Safe Agrochemicals Use in Anambra State Nigeria under the FADAMA III AF Project – T. O. Okoli, M. C. Nwike and
I. B. Chidolue