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How to screenshot from Tecno W1

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Tecno W1 is a Tecno 7 Series smartphone released by the Tech Giant 2 years ago. With Android 7, the portable Tecno W1 smartphone comes with play store and host of other Google apps pre-installed.


Screenshoting varies from device to device. To screenshot from some mobile devices you need to toggle down your phone and click screenshot, while some you need to double click the volume+ button.
However, for most Tecno phones including the Tecno W1, the case is a bit different. You may be wondering whether Tecno W1 made provision for screenshotting. Yes they do provide for screenshot and this tutorial will walk you through on how to screenshot using Tecno W1.

To screenshot using Tecno W1, press the volume down button and the power button simultaneously for some seconds.

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Private Enterprise Versus Public Enterprise

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A private enterprise is a business undertaken owned by private persons. It is owned by the ordinary citizens of the country. It is different from a public enterprise which is a business concern owned by the government.

Many of the joint stock companies like UAC, Leventis, Lever brothers and The Union Bank are private enterprises because they are not owned by the government. On the other hand, The Nigeria Port Authority, Nigeria Airways Corporation, the Water Board, etc are public enterprises because they are owned by the government.

Free Enterprise Economy: A country is said to have a “free enterprise economy” if almost all the businesses belong to private persons. In the free enterprise economy, the government does not own many business enterprises. It restricts itself in the provision of defence, administration and few utilities such as roads, railway, water supply and market places. The best example of a “Free Enterprise Economy” is the United States of America.

Planned Economy: In this type of economy, nearly all business enterprises are owned by the government. The government has a Central Planning Committee which decides how much of each commodity should be produced. This is the kind of economy that now exist in the Soviet Union.

Mixed Economy: In many countries some of the business concerns belong to private persons while others are owned by the government. In other words private enterprises and public enterprises exist side by side in the country. When this happens, the country is said to have a “Mixed Economy”. This is the type of economy that is being practiced in Nigeria and all the other countries of Africa. It is also practiced in Britain and many other countries of the world.

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Causes of Wage Differences

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Causes of Wage Differences

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Different wages are paid to different workers in different works. Apparently, the skilled labour(workers) receive higher pay than the unskilled workers.

Different reasons account for the differences in wages, and that we are going to relay with you here. Here we go!

  • Relationship between demand and supply: The price of any commodity is determined by the relationship between demand and supply. The same thing applies to the wages paid to labour. If the demand for any labour is higher than its supply, there will a shift in wages paid. On the other hand, if the demand for labour is lower than its supply, wages will be low.
  • Skilled workers: Highly skilled workers(e.g engineers, medical doctors, lawyers, etc) usually earn higher than unskilled workers. This is because their supply is relatively small while their demand is high. Supply is kept down by the long years required to train them. In addition, only intelligent persons can undertake such long demanding courses.
  • Unskilled workers: The pay for unskilled workers is usually low considering the fact that anyone can do the work. The value of their work is small. Unskilled workers do not require any kind of long years of training for them to work.
  • Rare talents: There are few people with rare talents in the world and that is why their demand is very high. Rare talents command exorbitant earnings.
  • Productivity: Wages are sometimes determined by worker’s productivity. A company making high profits is likely to pay its workers higher salaries than the one making small profits or recording losses. This explains to some extent the high salaries paid by oil companies in Nigeria. In advanced countries where machines are freely used, productivity per worker is high. That is why they receive higher wages than their counterparts in developing countries.
  • Action of Trade Unions: Trade Unions are associations of workers with the aim of seeking workers’ welfare. Strong Trade Unions can force employers to raise wages of their members.

That’s the much we can give out, thanks for your time

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Aims and Objectives of ECOWAS

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Aims and Objectives of ECOWAS

ECOWAS is an abbreviation for Economic Community Of West African States. The organization was formed primarily for regional economic cooperation and development. It was formed on the 28th of May, 1975 in Lagos, then the capital of Nigeria.R L Dialio Ahmed Tidiane Bank Of Guinea Norbert Toe Bceao President Jean Claude Brou Of The E 768x512

The formation of regional economic community was initiated by Gen. Yakubu Gowon of Nigeria and President Eyadema of Togo.

Currently, Abuja, the federal capital of Nigeria is the administrative headquarters, and Lome, capital of Togo serving as the fund headquarters.

All the 16 independent Nations of West Africa are members of ECOWAS. Anglophone (English speaking) countries of West Africa include Ghana, Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra-Leone, and The Gambia. Francophone (French speaking) member states include Togo, Senegal, Mali, Guinea, Benin republic, Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Cote de I’vorie, and Niger republic. Others are the Buscophone (Portuguese speaking) West Africa States: Cape Verde, and Guinea Bissau.Stat 9

Aims and Objectives of ECOWAS

Co-operation and development of member countries: ECOWAS promotes co-operation and development of all member states. Development and Co-operation in all areas of economic activities.

To foster closer relationship: ECOWAS brings West African countries together and eliminates economic barriers, thereby allowing free movement of people, goods, and services from one country to another.

Economic stabilization: ECOWAS works toward stability of economic activities for member states.

Adoption of common custom tariff: ECOWAS adopts and ensures a common custom tariff for all member states.

• ECOWAS encourages the progress and development of the African continent.

• Increase in standard of living through promotion of sub-regional co-operation.

ECOWAS Fund: the fund is meant for compensation, co-operation, and development within the sub-region.

Elimination of custom duties: custom duties in areas of exportation and importation are completely eliminated.

Peace and unity among member states: ECOWAS injects peace and unity through administration of justice.

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