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References [1] Wurzelbacher, S. J., Hudock, S. D., Johnston, O. E., Blade, L. M., & Shulman, S. A. (2002). A Pilot Study on the Effects of Two Ventilation Methods on Weld Fume Exposures in a Shipyard Confined Space Welding Task. Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 735–740. DOI: 10.1080/10473220290096069. [2] Aevelina, N. & Mashud L. (2015) Green Shipbuilding and Recycling: Issues and Challenges. International Journal of Environmental Science and Development. 6(11). [3] Agbedo, O. (2003) Why Nigeria Needs To Establish a Mega Shipyard: Industry

REFERENCES 1. Agrawal. V, Ferguson. M, Toktay. B and Thomas. V (2011): Is Leasing Greener than Selling? Article submitted to Management Science; manuscript no. MS-09-00479.R2 2. CAC, (2018): Corporate Affair Commission 3. Durgee, J.F. and O’Connor, G.C (1995): “An exploration into renting as Consumption behaviour”, Psychology & Marketing, 12, March, 89-91. 4. ELAN, (2016): Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria (ELAN) Leasing today Vol. 16 No. 2, 2016. 5. Elizade Motor (2018): 2018 Price list by Toyota Nigeria, Elizade Motor Nig Plc. 6. Fan, J.X. and Burton, J

. Economic Systems, Vol. 39, pp. 317-338. Andersen, T.B., Barslund, M., Hansen, C.W., Harr, T., and Jensen, P.S. (2014). How much did China’s WTO accession increase economic growth in resource rich countries? China Economic Review, Vol. 30, pp. 16-26. Balavac, M. and Pugh, G. (2016). The link between trade openness, export diversification, institutions and output volatility in transition countries . Economic System, Vol. 40, pp. 273-287. Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Statistical Bulletin (2015) Statistical Data on all Sectors of the Nigerian Economy on CD Rom

, contribution of Working Group II to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. McMicheal, A.J., Campbell-Lendrum, D.H., Corvalan, C.F., Ebi, K.L., Githenko, A.K., Scheraga, J.D. and Woodward, A. editors, 2003: Climate change and human health: risks and responses, Geneva: WHO, available from:, DoA: 21 December 2007. National Population Commission (NPC), 2006: Population census and household data survey for Nigeria, Abuja: Federal Government of Nigeria

et al ., 2008 ). Many of the snails consumed in Nigeria are sourced from the wild, only few are reared; hence, wild snail population have considerably declined. In addition, deforestation, pesticide use and bushfires have further reduced the number of snails ( Esak & Takerhash, 1992 ). Snail consumption could be one route to human infection particularly when eaten raw or undercooked. The African giant snail of Achatina achatina, A. fulica, Achachatina marginata with Limicolaria spp are the common edible land snails in Nigeria ( Fagbuaro et al ., 2006 ). A

[1] Ezeyili, C. N. (1998). Incidence, excystation and culture of metacercariae occurring in Armadillidium vulgare. B.Sc. thesis, Benin City, Nigeria: University of Benin. [2] Freeman, R., Stuart, P. F., Cullen, J. B., Ritchie, A. C., Mildon, A., Fernandes, B. J., Bonin, R. (1976). Fatal human infection with mesocercariae of the trematode Alaria americana. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg., 25: 803–807 [3] Imasuen, A. A., Ozemoka, H. J., Aisien, M. S. O. (2012). Anurans as intermediate and paratenic hosts of helminth infections in the rainforest and derived savannah

References [1] Gerland, P., Raftery, A. E., Ševčíková, H., Li, N., Gu, D., Spoorenberg, T., Alkema, L., Fosdick, B. K., Chunn, J., Lalic, N. (2014), World population stabilization unlikely this century. Science 346(6206), 234–237. [2] Apata, T. G., Samuel, K., Adeola, A. (2009), Analysis of climate change perception and adaptation among arable food crop farmers in South Western Nigeria. In: Contributed paper prepared for presentation at the international association of agricultural economists , August 16 . Beijing, China. [3] Elum, Z., Modise, D., Nhamo, G

References 1. Adeniyi, P., Ogunsola, A. J. (2013). The Impact of Human Capital Development on Economic Growth in Nigeria: ARDL approach. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSRJHSS), 21 (13), 1-7. 2. Ahmed, K., Najeemah, B., & Mohammad, Y. (2013). Influence of Socio-Economic and Educational Background of Parents on their Children’s Education in Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 3 (10). 3. Asiyai, R. I. (2013). Challenges of Quality in Higher Education in Nigeria in the 21st Century. International Journal of

an asymmetric relationship? Economic Modelling , 49, pp. 286-295 Hamilton, D. I., Gabriel, J. M. (2012): Dimensions of Fraud in Nigeria Quoted Firms. American Journal of Social and Management Sciences , 3(3): 112-120, 2012. Hennes, K. M., Leone, A. J. and Miller, B. P. (2008): The importance of distinguish errors from irregularities in restatement research: the case of restatement and CEO/CFO turnover. The Accounting Review 83(6), pp. 1487 – 1519 Houqe, M. N. and Monem, R. M. (2016): IFRS Adoption, Extent of Disclosure, and Perceived Corruption: A Cross

individuals are equal, each having just one vote (Kuenzi and-Lambright, 2007). However, low voter turnout frequently means that there is unequal participation, in which participation is lopsided against those with lower socio-economic status ( Lijphart, 1997 ). Voting is increasingly becoming of great significance in Nigeria, as in many other countries in Africa, because elections are the means to attain positions of power and the distribution of a state’s resources ( Nwankwo, 2018 ). The manifestation and factors of voter turnout in African democracies have received