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A PURPOSED BUSINESS MODEL OF MANUFACTURE, MARKETING AND CONTINGENCY PLAN OF A GREEN SPECTRO BIO-DIESEL COMPANY AT DISTRICT SIALKOT, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN

Fozia Noreen, Asad Akbar, Zeeshan Ahmed1, Noman Asghar, Ahad Iqbal

Abstract: A piolet study of manufacture, marketing and contingency plan of a Green Spectro Bio-diesel Company at District Sialkot, Punjab, Pakistan, in order to introduce a new entry in local industry have been conducted, with future prospect of extensive national and international scope. Significant figures of expected outcomes from working network, data of personals, structure of organization and amangment, marketing plan of total capital US$3796.626 of launching a stretegedy with a handsome contigency plan and inter management of budgets that can produce an expected income of US$6985.91 along with net profit of US$6985.914 the fuel industry of Sialkot in future

MODELLING THE IMPACT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES ON FINANCIAL WELLBEING IN KAMPALA UGANDA

Colin Agabalinda and Alain Vilard Ndi Isoh, Ph.D.

Abstract: The financial market is a cornerstone in guaranteeing sustainable livelihood of the population, but the effect of financial literacy is a major impediment to inclusive finance. To this effect, this paper seeks to model the impact of financial literacy on the wellbeing of users’ of formal and informal financial services in Kampala. A cross-sectional conclusive case study designed was employed using a sample of n=370 selected from people employed in the informal sector in Kampala, Uganda. Data was sourced via questionnaire survey and analysed using Structural Equation Model. Parametric assumptions were tested and redundant data were downsized using Exploratory (EFA) and Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). The MCAR Little’s test and the Expectation Maximisation Algorithm (EMA) were conducted for missing data analysis and the tests of hypotheses were based on the analysis of Structural Equation Model (SEM) using SPSS and SMART-PLS statistical packages

EFFECT OF FORENSIC AUDITING AND INTERNAL CONTROL STRUCTURE ON AUDIT FEES CHARGED ON DISTRIBUTIVE FIRMS IN NIGERIA

Araoye, Felix Ebun (PhD, FCA), Aruwaji, Akinola Michael (PhD Student) and Obafemi, Tunde Olutokunboh (PhD)

Abstract: This study focuses on the expected gaps between forensic auditing and internal control mechanism on the audit pricing of distributed firm in Nigeria. It examines the relationship between forensic auditing and audit fees charged by the auditors and reviewed the relationship between internal control structure and audit fees charged on distributive firm in Nigeria. Both primary and secondary data were used. In analyzing the data,Descriptive, Regression and Correlation analysis were used. Kendall’s Concordance coefficient stood at 0.48 which meant that internal control structure influence audit fee charged on distributive firms at 48% with p= 0.000 at 5% level of significance. Correlation results (p = 0.048 > 0.050; p = 0.027 > 0.050) revealed that forensic auditing has relationship with audit pricing. It is recommended that management of these distributive firms strengthen their internal control system for a reduce risk level.

MODELING A FRAMEWORK ON THE IMPACT OF SERVICE QUALITY ON CUSTOMERS’ SATISFACTION AND SERVICE LOYALTY IN SELECTED COMMERCIAL BANKS IN CAMEROON

Alain Vilard Ndi Isoh, Ph.D., Elvis Ekanu and Sheku Fofanah, Ph.D.

Abstract: The increasing importance of customers’ loyalty and service quality remain indispensable factors toward sustainable market competition. This study seeks to assess the impact of service quality on customer satisfaction and service loyalty in selected mainstream commercial banks operating in Cameroon. A conclusive case study research design consisting of 331 active clients of both the United Bank of Africa (UBA) and the National Financial Credits (NFC) bank of Cameroon were purposely sampled. Data for the study was sourced using closed-structured questionnaires with the adoption of The SERVQUAL model for variables identification. Structural Equation Modeling was used to analyze for both the direct and indirect relationships among research variables. The analysis was completed using SPSS 24 and Amos 24 statistical packages.

CONFLICT OF IDENTITY IN THE REPRESENTATION OF MOTHERS IN NOLLYWOOD MOVIES IN NIGERIA

Oghogho Uyi Osazee-Odia, PhD, Lucky Ojoboh, PhD and Godwin E Oboh, PhD

Abstract: : The study examines the conflicting trends in the manner mothers are presented in Nollywood movies, and selected the elements forming the study sample from two separate environments: Delta State University, Abraka and University of Benin, Benin City using the convenient sampling technique. The research instrument employed in the study was the in-depth interview technique, whereupon the opinions of respondents were elicited on the three research questions that formed the signposts for the study. This design enabled the paper to identify the convergence between the misconceptions associated with mothers and the manner mothers are being portrayed in Nollywood movies. The research found that there are different categories of mothers in society, among who are the very educated mothers who have access to media messages on variety of issues.

INTRA-URBAN TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS IN LOKOJA, KOGI STATE, NIGERIA

Umar, Tauheed Ibrahim (Ph.D) and Onoh, Felix Emenike

Abstract: : The study is aimed at identifying the problems associated with transportation with Lokoja metropolis with the view to proffering solutions to the emergency environmental problems for the benefit of the residents, commuters and vehicles plying the roads. The pivotal role of transport in the socio-economic and political life of the town cannot be overemphasized that is why government at various levels have taken it upon themselves to provide befitting transport system facilities, movement of people, goods, information and services. The study made use of four hundred (400) questionnaires which were administered on the population using systematic random sampling. The data presentation, interpretation and analysis was done through the use of Microsoft office tools .The study identified poor motorable road network, poor vehicular flows, high cost, delays, accidents as the major problem.
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