Abeokuta


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A·be·o·ku·ta

 (ä′bē-ō-ko͞o′tə)
A city of southwest Nigeria north of Lagos. It is a trade center in an agricultural region.

Abeokuta

(ˌæbɪəʊˈkuːtə)
n
(Placename) a town in W Nigeria, capital of Ogun state. Pop: 487 000 (2005 est)

A•be•o•ku•ta

(ˌɑ beɪˈoʊ kʊ tɑ)

n.
a city in SW Nigeria. 377,000.
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Jekayinfa (2010) traced the origin of teachers' education to the beginning of western education in Nigeria when the first teachers' college known as 'The Training Institution' was established in Abeokuta in 1859 by Church Missionary Society.
Respondents were sampled from four local government areas from existing 15 local government areas as follows: 100 from Abeokuta North, 100 from Abeokuta south, 99 from Sagamu and 98 from Ikenne.
Fouad bin Abdulaziz Rajah in his office prince, Aolaji Loyola head of the Supreme Court , a judge in the International Court of Justice and the founder of Crescent University in the city of Abeokuta in.
The study will focus on investigating students' level of study and use of library information resources using University of agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB), University of Ibadan, (U.
In a previous study [21], different sources of drinking water were examined in Abeokuta, South western Nigeria, which was one of the locations in the present study, and all the samples including dug well, stream and tap water samples were contaminated with bacteria above the WHO stipulated guidelines.
This study was designed to determine consumer awareness and perceptions of organic vegetables in Abeokuta.
Ajibola Chokor has announced this decision at a crucial meeting on the necessity for the policy in Abeokuta with the stakeholders.
2 University of Agriculture 1988 1999 Abeokuta 3 University of Lagos 1962 1982 4 Ladoke Akintola University 1990 1992 of Technology, Ogbomosho 5 University of Ibadan 1948 1992 6 Federal University of 1981 2002 Tech.
During the signing the MoU in Abeokuta, Governor Ibikunle Amosun stated that there could be no development without putting the necessary infrastructure in place.
Department of Agricultural Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria.
He recalled that the airports in Abeokuta, Ibadan, Minna, Akure and Warri were considered simultaneously but Bauchi could not put up its own airport.
A paper presented at the 26th Seminar/Workshop of the Nigerian Library Association, Cataloguing, Classification and Indexing Section, Abeokuta 31st October-3rd November, 16p.