INSTITUTIONAL TETFUND-SUPPORTED PROJECTS

IBBU PARTICPATES ON ANOTHER UNESCO PROJECT

IBBU PARTICPATES ON ANOTHER UNESCO PROJECT

Reorienting Teacher Education to Address Sustainability, York University, represented by its chair holder Professor Charles Hopkins, 19 Grenadier Heights in Toronto, Canada M6S2W5

In the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Education 2030, the UNESCO Project Chair, represented by its chair holder, Professor Charles Hopkins, and IBB University will collaborate in order to generate academic research into how schools and formal education systems could change to better meet local education needs of the Indigenous and marginalized youth in traditional communities and to develop recommendations to assist education leaders worldwide to promote change. In this context, the Project Chair and have proposed a Memorandum of Cooperation to define the modalities of the cooperation as well as to create synergies, to enhance impact and to be more effective together.

The Cooperation foresees that the Project Chair and IBB University commit to cooperate in the Project for 4 years, 2017 until 2020. The Project Chair and the IBB University agree to follow three main objectives in the Project:

1) To develop local approaches to improving the education of the school age youth.
2) to improve the overall quality of community well-being as defined by the community itself.
3) to disseminate the research findings to assist and guide other ministries of education and school systems in their attempts to meet their responsibilities and targets within Education 2030. Further objectives may be determined by the partner sites.

As a mutual basis for understanding, the Project Chair will regularly provide updates on the Project description and the current status of the Project in all regions. IBBUL will identify areas of student exploration of locally relevant sustainability issues to deliver the core knowledge, skills and values that will improve the well-being of the students and their community. In doing this, IBBUL aims at creating a regional network with local school or other relevant institutions that will carry out the action-oriented research approach. IBBUL will be responsible for tracking and documenting the results and findings in cooperation with the local sites involved in the Project. IBBUL will commit to support the Project Chair to organize and hold regional meetings in the course of the Project. The Project Chair will create a Project platform to foster a self-organized local and regional research networks and to support sharing gained knowledge.

The Partners will jointly strengthen relationships to relevant government institutions and other relevant institutions. They will distribute news about their work via their websites, social media and other networks or distribution lists. Both parties commit to actively mobilise the best possible and diverse expert community and public audience. The Project Chair assumes budgetary and financial responsibility for basic organizational structures of the Project. IBBU assumes budgetary and financial responsibility for her specific research and local network cooperation. The Project Chair will assist the IBBUL to acquire further funds to facilitate the project.

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PARTICIPATION AT THE JOINT MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE NORTH- CENTRAL ZONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTRE (NCZBC) IN JOS

PARTICIPATION AT THE JOINT MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE NORTH- CENTRAL ZONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTRE (NCZBC) IN JOS

The Inaugural meeting of the Joint Management Committee of the North Central Zone Biotechnology Centre held on the 30th of May 2017 at University of Jos in Plateau State The Vice Chancellor of the University of Jos represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic of the institution who inaugurated the committee commended IBB University as the first and only Institution that responded in writing to the invitation sent from Jos.

After the inauguration, the Director of the Centre, Prof T. Namo, welcomed participating institutions and as well gave brief history of the Centre and the essence of creating the committee, which was borne out of an MOU signed between the National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA), a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology on behalf of the FGN and the University of Jos as the contracting parties in 2008 but could not take off up until the date of the meeting.

The host institution shared its experiences on innovative Agricultural practices with indigenous crops. Kogi State University Director of Academic Planning, Prof Friday Garba Ogbe, presented some details on KSU’s cashew venture and also on the current work in progress on malaria control vaccine. IBB University, Lapai representative Dr N. J. Dadi-Mamud shared the institution’s research and development’s projects on Minerals, Biogas, Smokeless fuel, Organic agriculture, Fisheries, Egg powder, Shelf life and Cashew juice processing and preservation. IBB University, Lapai and Kogi State University Anyigba discussed further on Cashew juice and agreed to harmonize so as to come up with a way forward especially on the reduction of alkaloids which affect the sweetness of aftermath in cashew fruit juice and best varieties of cashew fruits to deploy. Prof Emmanuel Ogbadoyi, Director of Global Institute for Bioexploration, represented FUT Minna and shared with the committee members, FUT Minna’s recent venture into nano and other molecular biotechnology processes. Other participating institutions also gave their experiences on crops and spices common to their areas and how far they had carried out research on these crops.

Proposed Actions
1. Work to put up multi-institutional proposals
2. Hosting of international conferences
3. Networking to improve research in the zone.
4. Work on crops that are unique to the zone for research projects.

Some of the varieties suggested by members for the zone to look at include: Cashew, Spices, Shea butter, Potatoes, Yam, Rice, Acha, etc.

Quarterly meeting
The Joint Management Committee quarterly meeting is slated for second week of the second month of each of the quarter, but the specific day will be communicated to members through the Director of the Centre from University of Jos.

Resolutions
Some resolutions were taken at the end of the meeting which will be given to members together with minutes of meeting in the next quarterly meeting.

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IBBU PARTICPATES ON UNESCO PROJECT

IBBU PARTICPATES ON UNESCO PROJECT

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University has won a contract of the UNESCO Regional Office in Dakar, Senegal to conduct Research on Education and Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa with Professor Steve Nwokocha (HOD Sociology) as the UNESCO accredited Lead Researcher. The data collection exercise which was in The Gambia and Ghana covered May 8-19, 2017. Professor Nwokeocha was on the research trip with two other IBBUL colleagues, Prof. Mrs Rosemary Igbo of the Department of Continuing Education Dr. Aliyu M. Bello Mohammed of Sociology Department. In addition, the Annual International Conference and Roundtable of the Africa Federation of Teaching Regulation Authorities (AFTRA) held May 22-26, 2017 at the University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. Professor Nwokeocha is the Executive Director of AFTRA in charge of the events.

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COLLABORATION WITH THE NATIONAL CEREAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (NCRI) BADEGGI

COLLABORATION WITH THE NATIONAL CEREAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (NCRI) BADEGGI

Following invitation by the National Cereal Research Institute (NCRI) and a visit by scientists from the IBB University for the interactive session with the Biotechnology and Central Laboratory Services Directorate at the Institute, both parties are presently working on a Memorandum of Understanding embracing:

1. Research:
a) Breeding and harnessing of non-food plants as raw materials for biogas/biofuel renewable energy generation;
b) Rice cum Fish breeding for national food security enhancement.

2. Teaching: NCRI staff in the appropriate rank and experience to offer adjunct teaching services for undergraduate and postgraduate teaching at IBBU in the appropriate departments.

3. Industrial Training: NCRI to sustain industrial training for IBBU SIWES students and other practicals in the relevant IBBU departments.

4. Laboratory Facilities: IBBU and NCRI to share / have access to common usage of laboratory facilities in respect of items 1-3 above and for individual researchers from both parties (at fees chargeable where necessary).

IBBU Director of Academic Planning, Dr. Mohammed Aliyu Paiko, delivers IBBU goodwill message at the reception venue of the interactive visit to NCRI Badeggi.

NCRI scientists take IBBU team on a tour of laboratory facilities at NCRI Badeggi. IBBU Director of the Centre for Applied Sciences and Technology Research (CASTER), Prof. N. G. Obaje, Deputy Director, Dr. Mrs. Naomi John Dadi-Mamud, Dr A.S.I Gudugi and NCRI Director of Laboratory Services and Communications listen attentively

IBBU Director of Academic Planning in a group photograph with IBBU students who are on SIWES placement with NCRI Badeggi

IBBU and NCRI teams in a group photograph. Front row from left: Dr. John (HOD Microbiology), Dr. Ibrahim (HOD Biology), NCRI staff, Prof. Obaje (Director-CASTER), Director-NCRI Laboratory Services, Dr. Paiko (Director-Academic Planning), Dr. Oladipupo (HOD Physics), Dr. Dadi-Mamud (Deputy Director-CASTER). Dr. Vincent Balogu (Microbiology) and Dr. Sayyeedi (HOD Food Science) are 5th and 7th from left at the back row

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IBBU AT RAW MATERIALS EXPOSITION IN LAGOS AND AT THE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION EXPOSITION IN ABUJA

IBBU AT RAW MATERIALS EXPOSITION IN LAGOS AND AT THE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION EXPOSITION IN ABUJA

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai through CASTER attended the Raw Materials Exposition in Lagos 14th – 16th March 2017 at the Landmark Centre, Victoria Island Lagos. At the Expo the University exhibited some mineral raw materials collected and analyzed by the Department of Geology of IBBU over the years and equally exhibit printed reports on the Smokeless Coal Fuel project, the Cashew Juice project and the Biogas project for exhibition at the Expo. Same was applicable at the Science, Technology and Innovation Expo in Abuja 3rd-7th April 2017. The innovations in the respective projects have been submitted to the National Office to Technological Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP) for patent acquisition. The following IBBU staff participated in the Expos: Dr. Mohd Aliyu Paiko (DAP), Prof. Nuhu Obaje (Geology/CASTER), Dr. Naomi Dadi-Mamud (Biology/CASTER), Dr. Vincent Balogu (Microbiology), Mr. Theophilus Ikegwu (Food Science), Mr. Umar Mohammed (Geology), Mr. Toochukwu Ozoji (Geology), Mrs Fatima B. Dantoro (CASTER Secretary).

IBBU participants at the Raw Materials Expo held at the Landmark Centre in Lagos, 14th – 16th March 2017 (IIB University should be IBB University please)

IBBU participant, Mr. Toochukwu Ozoji discussing with participants from the Bank of Industry at the Raw Materials Expo held at the Landmark Centre in Lagos, 14th – 16th March 2017

Assessment of exhibited items and research reports by IBBU at the Abuja Science, Technology and Innovation Expo by officials of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology

Deputy Director CASTER, Dr. Naomi John Dadi-Mamud (left), an official of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (centre) and IBBU researcher, Dr. Vincent Balogu, at the Abuja Science, Technology and Innovation Expo.

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INSTITUTIONAL TETFUND-SUPPORTED PROJECTS

INSTITUTIONAL TETFUND-SUPPORTED PROJECTS

The University regularly enjoyed the TETFund institutional grants of N2 million per project and several research projects have been completed or ongoing. Listed below are some of the several completed and ongoing projects. These are monitored and documented by CASTER.

 

  1. Batch I 2014
 S/N Project Title/Topic Lead Researcher
1 Studies of Mycotoxins in Food Crops from Niger State and the Antibiotic Potential of Isolates Prof. T. A. Gbodi

Department of Biochemistry

2 Insect Pest Management on Water Melon (Citrulus Lanatus L.) in Niger State of Nigeria. Prof. M.O. Ogunlana

Faculty of Agriculture

3  Petro-Geochemical Assessment of Some Nigeria Coal Resources for the Production of Smokeless Fuel Prof. Nuhu G. Obaje

Department of Geology & Mining

4 Pilot Study of Nymphaea Lotus as a Potential Source of Renewable Energy (Biogas) Mrs Naomi John Dadi Mamud

Department of Biology

5 Formulation of Mass Production of Trichoderma Species for the Management of Plant Pathogenic fungi for Sustainable vegetable Production in Niger State Dr. N. Kumar

Faculty of Agriculture

6 Sheif- Life Prediction and Modelling Growth of Lactococcus lactis and Listeria monocytogenes in Pure Mixed Products. T. Vincent Balogun

Department of Microbiology

7 Fish Composition and some Aspect of Physic-Chemical Parametres of Lapai-Agaie Reservoir, Niger State Ibrahim Baba Usman

Department of Biology

 

  1. Batch II 2015
S/N Research Title/Topic (s) Lead Researcher
1 Mining Environment and the Impact of Livelihood and Food Security in Niger State Mr. Umar M. Umar

Department of Geology & Mining

2 An Economic Analysis of Rice Marketing for Food Security in Niger State: A Gender-Based Analysis Dr.(Mrs) Eniola O. Olorunsanya

Faculty of Agriculture

3 Subaqueous Facies and Traverse Ecology of Baro- Warri Way Prof. Nuhu G. Obaje

Department of Geology & Mining

4 Technology in Language Teaching: Investigation of Strategies and Impact of Strategies on Academic Performance in Niger State Public and Secondary School Prof. Samuel Kolo Tswanya

Faculty of Languages

5 Breeding and Artificial Hybridization of African Fresh Water Catfish(Clarias Griepinus and Heterobranchus Longfilis) in Kan Indoor Recirclatory Hatchery  Dr. Ibrahim Baba Usman

Department of Biology

6 Development  and Pilot Scale production of Nutrient Fortified Instant Pounded Yam Powder Prof. Dennis O. Balogu

Department of Food Science

7 Enhancing the Nutritional Quality of Corn Mill Waste           ( CHAFF) With Microbial Protein as Economic Alternative for Poultry FEED Dr. Vincent Balogu

Department of Microbiology

8 Mathematical Modelling  Numerical Simulation of Transportation of Wood – Logs Police Development Dr. Galadima James Ibrahim

Department of Mathematics

9 Assessment of Cost-Sharing Option for Improved and Sustainable Solid Waste Management Services in Niger State Dr. Lawal Alimi F.

Department of Agric Econs

10 Impact of Climate Change on Sources of Domestic Water Supply and Demand Quality in Niger State Dr. Ibrahim Samuel Ibbi

Department of Geography

11 Extraction of Starch and Synthesis of Acetyl  Derivatives Using Cost Effective and Readily  Available Materials for Industrial Applications Dr. Aliyu Paiko

Department of Biochemistry

12 Power and Resistance in Contemporary Nigeria Literature Prof. Sule E. Egya

Faculty of Languages

13 Process Development , Production  and Evaluation of Egg Product as suitable Ingredients for Industrial Utilization Ikegwu Theophilus M.

Department of Food Science

 

Batch III 2015

S/N Project Title and Department of Principal Researcher
1. Process Development and Optimization of Cashew Apple Juice Processing in Northern Nigeria for economic development. Dennis O. Balobu, T.M. Ikegwu, Vincent Balogu,G.I. Okafor (Department of Food Science and Technology).
2. Development of Mining Education Curricular for Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. Nuhu G.Obaje and M. Tajordeen Mustapha (Department of Geology & Mining)
3. Growth Performance of Hybrid Hetero Clarias Fed with Diet Babanbara Nut. Ibrahim B. Usman, D.O. Balogu, Isa M. Chado and others (Biological Sciences).
4. Assessment of probiotics for prevention and mat of diabetes mellitus and associated complications using animal models (albino rats).T. Vincent Balogu, Hadiza G. Ibrahim, D.O. Balogu and T.M. Ikegwu (Department of Microbiology)
5. Performance of water melon as influenced by varieties and poultry  manure application at Mokwa and Lapai, Southern Guinea Savannah of Niger State. Abdulmalik,S.Yusuf, M.O.Ogulana,and Mathew K.Isah (Department of Crop Production)
6. Development and processing of nutritious beverages from mango fruit (m. indica)and Tiger nut (c. Esculentus) in North Nigeria to enhance national food security. T.M. Ikegwu,D.O. Balogu,G.I. Okafor,T. Vincent Balogu, Esther Omah,and Babatunde Jubril (Food Science &Technology)
7. Fruit fly of economic importance in the production of fruit and vegetable crops in Niger State of Nigeria. Danjuma Solomon, M.O. Ogulana and M. Chori (Department of Crop Production)
8. Performance of exra-early drought tolerance maize at Mokwa and Lapai, South Guinea Savannah of Niger State. Mathew K. Isah and Suleiman Y. Abdulmaliq (Department of Crop Production)
9. Promoting Scientific and Technological Discourse in indigenous languages for manpower, productivity and economic transformation in Nigeria. Margaret M. Agu, Joshua Usman and Lynda Jummai Mustafa (Department of English)
10. Antioxidant constituents and activity of the lieaf of Telfairia occidentalis (fluted pumpkin as influenced by nitrogen fertilizer. Amanabo Musa, Abduljelili Uthman and Muhammad U.Tybo (Department of Biochemistry)
11. Action Research to Develop Multi-Lingual Literacy curriculum. Rosemary O. Igbo,  M.O.Ojuola, A. Olojede, M. Olajide and Adebiyi Adelakun (Department of Continuing Education & Community Development)
12. Development and validation of stakeholders institutional quality assurance framework for tracking educational processes and outcomes in IBB University, Lapai, Nigeria. M. Tajordeen Mustapha (Science Education)
13. An inquiry into the State of language education and translation studies in Nigeria State (The situation of English, French, Arabic and the major Languages of Niger State). Amos A. Iheanacho, M. N Agu, A. M. Jamiu, and others (Department of French)
14. Enhancing the nutrition and biochemical status of Broiler chickess and African (Clarias gariepinus) fed supplementary diets of Brown seaweed meal (mixture of sargassumnans and sargassumfluitans. Aliyu Paiko, M. Adamu Kabir, M. Sani Sambo Dantsugwai (Department of Biochemistry)
15. Application of Triple-Helix Model to Address the Issue of Unemployment Challenge in Niger State. Salihu Abdulwaheed, A. I. M. Nwoye and E. Tsado (Department of Business Administration)
16. An assessment of the nature and severity of soil degradation in Lapai area. Zuni Aminu, and R. O.Sallau-Asiribo (Department of Geography)
17. Evaluation of the pesticide levels in rural communities of Niger State and evaluation of the associated health risk. M. Achimugu Dickson, Agwuncha C. Stephen, Sallou R. Osesienemo (Department of Biochemisty)
18. The Lapai History Project c1500-196s AD. Dawood O.Egbefo,Idris S.Jimada,and Mohammed L. Salahu (Department of History &International Studies)
19. Feasibility study for design of 3 million litres per day capacity water treatment plant and pipe network for IBB University, Lapai.Yahaya Sayyadi Muhammad, Abdulkadir A. Sani, Ibrahim Isah Lakan (Department of Food Science)

 

Batch IV 2017

S/N Title of proposal Lead Researcher
1 Evaluation of the potentials of Grasshopper protein in Diets of Hybrid Catfish Dr. Kabir Mohammed Adamu
2 Diversifying Nigerian Economy Through Corporate Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Manufacturing Companies in North West Prof. (Mrs) Mary Ifeoma Nwoye
3 Agriculture and Poverty Alleviation: Assessment and Classification of Different Measures and Prices for shea Nuts and Butter in Niger State, Nigeria Balaraba Abubakar Sule
4 Production and Characteristic of biofuel from Citrullus Lanatus and Gossypium Hirsutums Seed Dr. Umar Musa Tanko
5 Wood Cellulose from Saw-Dust and Surface Chemical Functionalization for Enhanced Removal of Inorganic and in Nupe oral Literature Dr. Bello Yohanna Paiko
6 The Bio-Remediation and Bio-Extraction Ability of Hydrophyte for Low-tech and Low-Cost Pre-Treatment of Water and Waste water Dr. (Mrs) Naomi John Dadi-Mamud
7 Stimulated Bioremidiation of Soil Contaminated with Spent Engine Oil using Organic Waste Muhammad Ramatu Gogo
8 An Inquiry into the State of Language Education and Translation Studies in Niger State. (The Situation of English, French, Arabic and the Major languages of Niger State) Prof. Amos A. Ihenacho
9 Mathematical Model of HIV/AIDS on population Dynamics of Suleja geographical Enclave of Niger State Dr. Musa Bawa
10 Assessment of Nuclear Radiation, Effect Dose and the Health Implication of Gold Mining Activities at Kataeregi, Niger State of Nigeria Oladipupo Muyideen Dawodu
11 Use of Geological Methods and Mathematical Models to Appraise Effect of population Growth on groundwater System of Lapai Dr. Aliyu Yahaya Badeggi
12 The Ground Work of Nigerian Borgu History, Niger State , 1800-2010: A Background Approach for Nigeria in Search of National History Mr. Usman Yusuf Bako
13 Antibacterial Activities of ptericarpus Erinaceous Extracts on Escherichia Coli Isolated from Children Diarrheal Stool Under Five Years Muhammad Isah Legbo
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Development of Gully Erosion Prediction Model in Minna, Niger State, Nigeria Using Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System Technique Ishaku Bashir Yakubu
15 Impact of Deforestation on Agricultural Production and Farmer Socioeconomic Life: a Trend Analysis in Niger State Dr. Madu Ali Bwala
16 Water Quality Parameters and Aspect of the Fishery Diversity of Tagwai Reservoir, Minna, Niger State Nigeria Habiba Maikudi Mohammed
17 A Factoral Analysis of Nupe Gendered Stage performance: Toward a New Shift in Nupe oral Literature Dr. Muhammad Alkali
18 Curbing Media Report Motivated Crises: Critical verbal – Visual for Sustainable Peace in Nigeria Dr. Ebenzer Olusegun Ogungbe
19 Appraisal Coping Strategies on House Hold Food Security by female Farmers in Lapai Government Communities Under FADAMA III Project Dr. Mohammed Jiya Lakan
20 Bacteriological and physic-chemical Analysis of Lapai Water Supply Dr. Baba John
21 Quick grow-out of Hectoclaria Hybrid Using formulated Fish Feed from locally available Feed Stuff Mohammed Chado Isah
22 Investigating the impact of Artisanal and Small Scale Mining (ASM) on the Environment in Niger State, Nigeria Liman Hadiza Muhammad
23 Bedrock Factors of Ground Water  Availability and Supply in Niger State Dr. Ibrahim Samuel IBBI
24 Action Research to develop Multilingual Literary Curriculum Prof. Rosemary O. Igbo

 

S/N Research Title/Topic(s) Department of Lead Researcher Duration of Research Lead Researcher Other Researchers
1 Assessment of Sheanut Collection and Processing Methods for Cooperative Development in Niger State Agricultural Econs 10 Months Dr. Ndagi Idris Lawal, A. F

M. A. Paiko

M. Ojuola

2 Gender in the Production Marketing of Shea Butter Among the Nupe of Central Nigeria Area History and International Studies 24 Months Salahu Mohammed Lawal Ph.D. Musa, Mohammed Bawa

Yusuf Usman Bako

3 Checklist of Shea Tree (Vitellaria paradoxa) and Utilization in Selected Communities in Niger State, Nigeria Chemistry 7 Months Hauwa Larai Muhammad Dr. I. B. Usman

Prof. Dennis O. Balogu

Dr. (Mrs.) Naomi, J. DadiMamud

Dr. (Mrs.) Habiba Maikudi Mohammed

4 Cytogenetic and Biochemical Implication of Supplementing fishmeal with Shea Butter Waste Meal in the Diet of African Cat Fish Animal Production 11 Months Mal. Yusuf Mohammed Kudu Dr. (Mrs.) Naomi, J. DadiMamud

Dr. I. B. Usman

Mohammed Chado Isah

Musa Alhaji Isah

5 Proximate and Bio-phytochemical Properties of Shea Butter Cake for Biofuel production. Chemistry 12 Months Dr. Umar Musa Tanko Dr. Muhammad Aliyu Paiko

Mal. AbdulkarimAwwal Mohammed

6 Shea Information and Tracking System (SHITS) Computer Science 6 Months Abdullahi Abubakar Kawu Dr. Ibrahim Abdullahi

Elijah Joseph

7 Market Access Technology for Shea Rural Women Computer Science 6 Months Aisha Awal Abdulahi Abubakar Kawau

Jamilu Mai-Pan Uku

8 “Furfural Synthesis from Shea  Nut Cake: Waste to Wealth Strategy” Chemistry 12 Months Mr. Azeh Yakubu Dr. Yohanna, Bello Paiko

Mr. A. Gimba

9 Nanocellulose Production Using Shea Nut Shells or Husk Chemistry 18 Months Dr. Agwuncha C. Stephen Dr. AbdulkarimAwwal Mohammed
10 Investigating the Impact of Artisanal and Small Scale Mining (ASM) on the Environment in Niger State Geography 11 Months Hadiza Muhammad Liman Prof. N. G. Obaje
11 Mapping of Wetland for Sustainable Dry Season Rice Farming Using Remote Sensing and GIS in Lapai Local Government Area of Niger State Geography 24 Months Mohammed Abdulkadir Hamzat Aliyu

 

12 A Factoral Analysis of Nupe Gendered Stage Performance: Towards a New Shift in Nupe Oral Literature. English 8-Months Muhammad Alkali Ph.D. Muhammad Shariff Ramadan
13 Cytogenic and Physiological implication of Substituting Fishmeal with beni Seed in the Diet of African Mud Catfish Biochemistry 12 Months Dr. Ndatsu Yakubu Isah Mohammed Chado

Amuzat Aliyu Olalekan

14 “Synthesis, Characterization and Antibacterial Evaluation of Amino Acid-Modified Nanoclay Minerals for Clinical Application” Chemistry Dr. U. U. Elele Mr. Azeh Yakubu

Mr. A. Gimba

Mr. B. Ezekiel

15 Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Tools for Prevention and Prediction of Waterborne Epidemics: A Pilot Risk  Assessment of the Water Sources in Villages that Experienced Cholera Outbreak in Niger State, Nigeria. Microbiology 13 Months Dr. HussaininMajiya Dr. (Mrs.) Naomi, J. DadiMamud

Dr. Baba John

Mal. Ishaku Bashir Yakubu

16 Impact of Nigerian Hydro Electricity Dams (NIHED) on the Happiness of Host-Communities: An Evaluation of Property Score Matching Analysis Economics 8 Months Dr. Musa Salihu Ewugi Abu idris Ph.D.

Habiba Mohammed Umar

17 Cytogenetic and Physiological Implication of Supplementing Fish Meal with Blood Meal in the Diet of Hybrid Catfish Animal Production 7 Months Dr. Egbenewande, OlufemiOlubunmi Isah, Mohammed Chado

Mohammed Kudu Yusuf

Musa Alhaji Isah

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