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2b
i) the body is divided into head thorax and abdomen
ii) they have three pairs of [thoracic] leg.
iii) they have jointed appendages/segmented body.
2ci
Economic importance of specimen A - it dirty the
environment through the cob web.
Economic importance of specimen B - it destroys crop
plant by eating their leaves.
2cii
it is adapted to its mode of nutrition to its mode of
nutrition because it has biting and chewing mouth part.
1f
i) Raining - Rain guage
ii) Wind speed-anemometer
iii) Humidity -Hydrometer
iv) Pressure -barometer
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has failed to deliver on the economy.
3) Not For The Love Of The Country But The Love Of The Money
Dr Iweala has enjoyed two successive tenures as finance minister in Nigeria, first in 2003 under Obasanjo administration and in 2011 till date. But is love for the country her reason for leaving her lofty position at the World Bank to answer the clarion call? I doubt. In 2003, controversy surrounded Okonjo-Iweala’s appointment as finance minister, she and Olu Adeniji, foreign affairs minister of United Nations, were paid US$240,000, while their other counterparts in other sectors were paid far less in naira. On Friday, 20 July 2007, the Court of Appeal ruled that the salary payment was not done within the ambit of Nigeria’s laws, and directed her and Adeniji to pay back the excess to the account of the state. Till date, the matter has been swept under the carpet.
Nigerians don’t know how much she is paid presently, but I am certain the Nigerian government is paying her far more than World Bank can offer. The huge pay our over qualified finance minister might be entitled to