The Challenges of Public Housing in a Democratic Nigeria: a case study of the Presidential Mandate Housing Scheme.
Published at Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, Volume 9, Issue I.
Published in 2013
Eziyi O. Ibem, Akunnaya P. Opoko& Egidario B. Aduwo
Opoko Akunnaya Pearl » Dr Akunnaya Pearl Opoko was born on 20th December 1961. She attended Federal Government Girls' College, Owerri before proceeding to the University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus where she graduated with a B. Arch. Degree in 1984. In addition, Dr Opoko has earned additional degrees obtained locally and internationally. These include Master of Science (Construction Management), Master of Arts... view full profile
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