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Ekiti

(ɛˈkiːtɪ)
n
(Placename) a state of Nigeria, in the SW. Capital: Ado-Ekiti. Pop: 2 384 212(2006). Area: 6353 sq km (2453 sq miles)
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Comparative Evaluation of Tithonia diversifolia and NPKFertilizer for soil improvement in maize (Zea mays) production in Ado Ekiti, Southwestern Nigeria, American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 1(1): 32-36.
Similarly, in Ekiti state where a beekeeper has an average of 20 beehives, the average revenue realised from the sales of honey, beeswax and propolis were $2,148.
A re-run of a gubernatorial election in Ekiti on 25 April, ordered by the Court of Appeal, between Segun Oni of the ruling PDP (who had been governor for two years but was declared to have been in office illegally) and Kayode Fayemi of the opposition Action Congress--judged by some independent observers to have been the winner of the 2007 election--ended without any result being declared.
The World Bank disclosed that the bank provided a support bank financing of $250 million for the third phase of water sector reform in Bauchi, Rivers, Ekiti, and Cross River state.
Therefore, the project surveys lecturers and students' perception of the adequacy of resources and services in two university libraries in Ekiti State, Nigeria.
An Ekiti-Akoko study showed that by using a particular type of fertilizer, yield in ton/ha for grain increased in Ondo and Ekiti states: rice: 3.
The statement stated that, The funds will help rehabilitate and build the water delivery infrastructure and institutional systems needed to expand access to water supply services for people in selected cities in Bauchi, Ekiti and Rivers states.
Table I: List of Libraries Surveyed Year of College Establishment 1 Shehu Shagari COE Sokoto 1970 2 Adeniran Ogunsanya COE, Oto-Ijanikin 1973 3 Kwara State COE, Ilorin 1974 4 COE Akwanga 1976 5 COE Katsina-Ala 1977 6 Kashim Ibrahim COE, Maiduguri 1977 7 Kaduna State COE, Gidan Waya 1977 8 COE, Ikere Ekiti 1978 9 COE, Oro 1978 10 Ogun State COE, Omu 1978 11 COE, Ekiadolor 1980 12 COE, Agbor 1980 13 COE, Gindiri 1980 14 Nwafor Orizu COE, Nsugbe 1981 15 Oyo State COE, Oyo 1983 16 COE, Hong 1983 17 Isha Kaita COE, Dustin-Ma 1991 18 COE, Oju, Oturkpo 1991 19 Adamu Augie COE, Argungu 1996 20 FCT, COE, Zuba 1997 Table II: Number of Professionals and Sub-Professionals No of No of Sub.
The "unconstitutional" impeachment of the Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, accused of money laundering by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC), has led to a political muddle that has had to be cleared with a state of emergency.
The funds would help to rehabilitate and construct the water delivery infrastructure and institutional systems required to expand access to water supply services for people in selected cities in Ekiti, Bauchi, and Rivers states.
The South-West Geo-Political Zone where the private Universities under study are located comprises of six (6) states namely; Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Osun, Ondo and Ekiti States.