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(i)the help in the production of goods and therefore they help in Nigeria economy
(ii)they are source of income and they create job opportunity in Nigeria
(iii)they increase the morality of the inhabitants and the continuity of spending out cash
(iv)it increase the ratio of import and export and help in economic development
-Fuel And Power-
(i)the energy are being gained and derived from the extraction oil and petroleum
(ii)the gases that serve as source of fuel are sold
(i)metal are produced which are good and better in roofing
(ii)extraction of ores and alloys are gained which some of them are better in building
(i)they produce some chemical such as pesticides the one who kill the pest
(ii)they produce the product of chemicals which are very useful on farmland as fertilizers
(i)they produce fabric which are day to day business
(ii)they are source of income which add in continuity’ in every geographical area
(i)Supplying of food during every year of harvesting in every year which lead to an increase in food supply
(ii)disease reduction is also one of the important of food processing
Linear settlement is a normally small to medium-sized settlement or group of buildings that is formed in a long line. In Other Words Many follow a transport route, such as a road, river, or canal though some form due to physical restrictions, such as coastlines, mountains, hills or valleys. Linear settlements may have no obvious centre, such as a road junction. Linear settlements have a long and narrow shape.
Nucleated settlements are towns where buildings are close together, often clustered around a central point. The location of a nucleated settlement can be determined by a range of factors, including being easy to defend, close to a water supply or located at a route centre. A nucleated pattern often develops where defence is a priority, such as inside a meander (a bend on a river) or on a hilltop (for instance, Caerphilly).
(i)A town is a human settlement that is larger than a village.
(ii)A town is a distinct government entity while a village can be a part of a town or a separate settlement.
(iii)A town has an established marketplace where people can buy their necessities while a village does not have a market.
(iv)A town has a mayor and a seat of government while a village does not.
(iv)Banks, stores, and other commercial establishments are located in towns rather than in villages.
(i)A village does not have a mayor nor does it have local laws since it is a part of a town
(ii)A village is a clustered human settlement or community , larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town
(iii)A village is surrounded with many many trees. Fruits,vegetables are Sow here and there. Sometimes a village doesn’t have electricity all the time
(iv)A rural habitation of size between a hamlet and a town
(i)it provides food for the country
(ii)it provides income for farmers
(iii)it serves as foreign exchange for the country
(iv)it provides employment for many people in the country
(i)poor transportation network
(ii)lack of storage and process facilities
(iii)inadequate land due to land tenure system
(i)road should be constructed to link dual areas with urban centres
(ii)storage and processing facilities should be provided at reduced rate
(iii)farmers should use fertilizers to improve the fertility of the soil and productivity of their crop
Tourism is the activities of people traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for leisure, business or other purposes for not more than one consecutive year.
Direct contribution to GDP: GDP generated by industries that deal directly with tourists, including hotels, travel agents, airlines and other passenger transport services, as well as the activities of restaurant and leisure industries that deal directly with tourists. It is equivalent to total internal Travel & Tourism spending within a country less the purchases made by those industries (including imports).
(ii)Total contribution to GDP: GDP generated directly by the Travel & Tourism sector plus its indirect and induced impacts
(iii)Total contribution to employment: the number of jobs generated directly in the Travel & Tourism sector plus the indirect and induced contributions.
(iv)Visitor exports: Spending within the country by international tourists for both business and leisure trips, including spending on transport, but excluding international spending on education.
(ii)Terrorism and Security Challenges
(iii)Lack of proper management
(i)Provision of adequate infrastructure that support tourism
(ii)Tackling security issues within the country and bringing terrorism to a zero-level.
(iii)Government should ensure proper management of tourist centres