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INFORMATION NEEDS AND SEEKING BEHAVIOUR OF ILLEGAL OIL BUNKERS IN IMIRINGI TOWN OF BAYELSA STATE, NIGERIA
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This study focused on the information needs and seeking behavior of Illegal oil bunkers in Imiringi Town of Bayelsa state. Three research questions were formulated to guide the study. and was carried out using 150 questionnaires in order to ascertain the information needs and information seeking behavior of Illegal oil bunkers. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. Frequencies and percentages were used to analyze the data. The result showed that the Illegal oil bunkers do not have access to adequate information because the libraries as well as the local government, who this responsibility rests on, have been inefficient. Recommendations such as; organizing adult education programmes, etc, to educate the Illegal oil bunkers were made to ameliorate the situation.
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