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Verified GEOGRAPHY OBJ:
1-10: CBACDABDCA
11-20: DACDDAABCA
21-30: ADCADCBDAB
31-40: ABDCADBDAA
41-50: DCCDCBCBDA

(1a)
(i)Migration: rural-urban
migration tends to
increase the population of these
towns.
(ii)commercial activities:presence
of markets and
business transactions pulls
people to these areas.
(iii)presence of industries: the
presence of
industries in Lagos,Ibadan, kano,
etc provides
jobs for the people.
(iv)employment opportunities:
the availability of
jobs in these towns also swells
the population.
(iv)Administrative headquarters:
some towns like
lagos,enugu,ibadan and kano
serves as
administrative capitals which
attract people to
the area.
(1b)
(i)pressure on natural
resources:natural
resources like fertile farmlands
become over
exploited where there is high
population growth
in the area.
(ii)insufficient food:as a result of
the high influx
of people into an area, there will
not be
sufficient food or water for the
high population:
(iii)Traffic congestion:many
people travel on the
roads at the same time and since
they are usually
many, there will be traffic
congestion.
(iv)inadequate housing:high
population
concentration leads to poor
accommodation as
the houses available might not
be enough.
(v)environmental pollution:poor
housing and
pressure on natural and social
facilities do lead
to environmental pollution.

(4a)Nigeria is a sub-saharan
nation located in
west Africa. It is located between
latitudes
4degree N and 14digre N of the
equator and
between longitudes 3digre E and
15digree of the
greenwich meridian
(4aii) Nigeria is the fourth largest
country in
Africa after Niger,Mali and
Mauritania. It has an
area of about 923,000sgkm
(4b)
(i) Source of minerals: most
highlands in Nigeria
are source of minerals like coal
(enugu) tin and
columbite (jos plateau)
,gold,diamond and
limestone.
(ii) For defence: highland are
useful in time of
inter-tribal wars for easy defence
against
enemies.
(iii)As a sources of rivers: most
highland in
Nigeria serve as watershed or
sources of many
rivers and streams.
(iv)As tourist centres: some
highland in Nigeria
serve as centre for tourist
attraction e.g jos
plateau
(v)some highlands has cool
climate which aids
settlement of people.
(3a)
(i)majority of the industries are
operating on
small scale bases. i.e small scale
enterprises.
(ii)they can only be located in
urban centres.
(iii)they are dependent on
imported raw
materials from other countries.
(iv)they depend on technical
expertise from
other countries.
(v)large concentration on
consumable goods.
(vi)products are essentially made
for local
markets.

(3b)
(I)Low capital: capital is one of
the primary
needs of any manufacturing
industries.
(II)shortage of skilled labour:
skilled labours
are few in Nigeria and this has
hampered the
development of manufacturing
industries in the
country.
(III)irregular power supply: most
industries if
not all,rely on generator to
power their machine
for production and its very
uneconomical.
(IV)inadequate raw materials:
raw materials are
in short supply.
(V)poor management: this is also
another demerit
that has always cause problem.






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