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  • CHOICE OF JOURNAL
    • Please indicate which of the journal that you wish your article to be considered for publication
  • COPYRIGHTS
    • Authors retain copyright and articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
  • LANGUAGE
    • The acceptable language for all manuscripts is ENGLISH LANGUAGE ONLY
  • FORMAT
    • The manuscript should be typewritten on A4, with ARIAL font 12-point, one-sided leaving adequate left and right margins. The overall format of the manuscript should be arranged in the following order:
      • Title
      • Author(s) Name(s)
      • Telephone number(s)
      • Affiliation/ Institution
      • Full Address for correspondence
      • Abstract (100-150 words)
      • Keywords (3-7 words)
      • Introduction
      • Literature Review (if applicable)
      • Method and Materials
      • Results and Discussions
      • Conclusion
      • References (Bibliography)
  • REFERENCING AND CITATIONS
    • We strongly recommend that the Harvard Referencing is used for all articles and manuscripts as recommended by the University of Exeter, England.
  • PEER REVIEW POLICY
    • All new manuscripts are initially assessed for suitability of the subject-matter and contents. Where the paper is deemed suitable and relevant to any of our six journals, it is sent to an expert in the field covered by the paper for further scrutiny. Where the paper falls within the margin of acceptability, we promptly communicate a provisional acceptance to the author(s) whilst the paper is sent to two/three reviewers. In certain cases, manuscripts may be rejected and in other cases, the reviewers may recommend that the paper is sent to the author for correction of minor/major aspect of the work and, can be re-submitted to us after it has been revised by the author(s). The peer review process is in accordance with the requirements of the United Kingdom Higher Education Funding Council.
  • DISCLAIMER
    • Wyno Academic Journals shall always take reasonable steps to certify the accuracy of all the content of the articles contained in all publications. However, Wyno Academic Journals shall not make representations or warranties whatsoever as to the completeness, exactness, or appropriateness for any purpose of the articles’ content and disclaim all such representations and warranties whether express or implied to the maximum extent permitted by law. All the views expressed by the authors are not the views of Wyno Academic Journals.