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Title: Providing Solutions to the Problems of the Swine Industry in Ghana and Nigeria: The Perspective of a Ghanaian Scientist
Authors: Okai, Daniel Boye
Issue Date: 3-Apr-2010
Publisher: Nigerian International Pig Summit
Citation: Proceedings of the First (1st) Nigerian International Pig Summit, 22-25, 2010.
Abstract: Ghana and Nigeria do not share a common border since they are separated by two French-speaking Countries namely, the Republic of Togo and the Republic of Benin. These two English-speaking countries however have a lot in common, the major ones being their colonial past both having been former colonies of Great Britain and secondly their membership of the Commonwealth of Nations, a grouping of, until recently, Britain and several independent states that were former British colonies or have at some point in their histories been ruled by Britain.
Description: Proceedings of the First (1st) Nigerian International Pig Summit, 22-25, 2010.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5954
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