Summary of Findings From the analyses and results interpreted, the following summaries are necessary and plausible to this study: i. Two bodies anchor accounting education in Nigeria: the academic institutions and professional institutions. ii. The activities of the two bodies are not supplementary rather hey are complementary to each other thus, non can stand on its own to produce a well-polished professional accountant. iii. Accounting education curriculum in Nigeria is rated high and sufficient to influence the quality and standard of accounting education in Nigeria. iv. Accounting education in Nigeria is influenced and affected by certain factors including, the institutional and tutorship barriers. v. Accounting education level in Nigeria is rated high among professional body lecturers and higher institution lecturers. vi. The academic performance of Nigeria students are rated high among professional body lecturers and higher institution lecturers. vii. There exist a positive relationship between accounting education and the performance of Nigeria students viii. The perception of both professional bodies’ lecturers and higher institution lecturers on the performance level of Nigeria students is not significantly different.
Many African languages, though developed enough to cater to the everyday linguistic needs of their locutors, seem not to be very well suited for technical discourse, often not displaying the necessary objectivity and precision in their rendition of technical matters.
Global Programmes for Women Empowerment - Various International Labor organizations (ILO) Conventions: Suitable Work for Domestic Workers, Prohibition of all types of Discrimination against Women, etc - Various United Nation (UN) Women Empowerment and Sensitization Programmes - The Beijing Platform and Declaration for Actions Commitments includes the following: . Ensuring a gender sensitive multi sectoral strategies and programmes to tackle subordination of girls and women and ensuring their economic and social empowerment and equality . Ensuring Women’s equal benefits to economic resources including credit science and technology, information, vocational training, markets and communications as a means to further the empowerment and advancement of girls and women as well as maximizing their capacities to enjoy the privileges of equal opportunity to these resources, inter alia, by means of global cooperation
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