IGUNIndustrial Gothic Underground Night
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This findings is in consonant with the study of Fagbemi (2000), Dongo (2001), Ugiagbe (2002), and Igun (2003).
The IGun system is not inexpensive, costing, according to Mossberg, between $1,000 and $1,100.
The university libraries in Nigeria form significant part of the nation's transformation and development in providing quality education (Igun, 2013).
Stachytarpheta cayennensis, a flowering plant, also known as cayenne porter weed, snakeweed, false verbena, tsarkiyarkuusuu in Hausa or agogo igun in Yoruba is considered by some to be a natural alternative to benzodiazepines.
In 1999, a few years before the invention of the iPod, Mossberg began to build the iGun, a computer-chip-equipped "smart gun" that could only be fired by its owner.
Available literature (Sridhar, 1999; Igun, 2006) as well as observations across the world attests to this assertion.
Few years ago, a former Minister Obiageli Ezekwesili, visited Igun and we were excited that government had finally heeded our call but that was all we saw.
To facilitate the process of acquiring these skills and competencies, Igun (2006) has emphasized on the training and retraining of the analogue librarians on the appreciation, use and consequent application of information and communication technologies to library services, mainly in the mode of a digital librarianship.
TWO Policemen involved in the incident at Upper Igun area of Benin City that led to the alleged killing of a cab driver, David Okoniba, have appeared before the Justice Joseph Olubor-led Administrative Panel of Inquiry to give testimony of their involvement in the fracas which led to a clash between the Police and some youths in the state.
Igun (2006) opines that one essential requirement to operate in the knowledge society of the 21st century is ICT skills which start from turning on a computer to create, store, retrieve and access information online.