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Dr. R. O. Ajetunmobi, Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria.
This book, 100 Best Businesses to Start Before You Graduate is about freeing oneself from the shackles of poverty, intellectual bankruptcy, mediocrity, frustration and delusion. The book instills confidence in the ability of the individual to solve his financial problems without resorting to criminality. It reinforces the innate ability to be creative and productive, rather than to be idle and dependent.
The book is divided into seven main chapters which are preceded by an introduction. This introduces the reader to why one needs a business of his or her own while pursuing high grade simultaneously. Chapter one centres on the experience of the authors in the business world as undergraduates. This chapter must be read by any undergraduate intending to start a business no matter the scale. Chapter two is a graphic illustration of about 100 business opportunities which students can do while on campus. Chapters three and four are useful guide to starting a profitable campus business. Chapters five and six discuss the salient points on marketing strategies and how to combine academics with business. The last chapter introduces the reader to legal ways by which start-up money could be raised for campus business.
This study focuses on the causes, effects and remedies of child trafficking in Nigeria using Ijebu-Ode Local Government Area of Ogun State as a case study. This study identifies the major causes of child trafficking that stand as a bottleneck in Nigeria. Questionnaire was administered to collect relevant data which was analyzed, using the simple percentages method. It was discovered that poor family background, poverty, large family size, rapid urbanization among others are the major factor why many Nigerian children are vulnerable to trafficking. Having identified the causes, recommendations were further made to help in solving the problem. The researcher recommended among other things that, further ratification of international legal instrument aimed at protecting human rights and combating human trafficking should be made necessary and also, effective implementation of all the ratified international laws and regulations should be implemented.
Impact of Child Abuse and Trafficking on the Academic Career of Children in Nigerian Schools