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1. EFFECTIVE INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN GOVERNANCE AS A PANACEA TO NIGERIA SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Gender incongruity in politics is a worldwide phenomenon, literature abounds showing that the level of women’s participation at the highest level of political activity accounts for their invisibility in the top positions of power. Locally and internationally, such low representation cut across countries with different political systems and at different stage of economic development (Rai, 2005 & Pokam, 2006; Amadiume...

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2. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ACTIVITIES OF FULANI HERDSMEN AND ITS IMPLICATION ON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The Fulani are the biggest ethnic group in the Sahel, with a population of 20 to 30 million people. The Fulani were formerly semi-nomadic cattle herders who traveled great miles along grazing routes in search of nourishment for their herds. The Fulani are a Sahelian ethnic group that is considered to be the biggest. The Fulani are largely located in northern Nigeria. However, a mix of political unrest and drought is sending t...

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3. A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF GENERAL SANI ABACHA FOREIGN POLICY (1993 – 1998)

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the study

Nigeria's foreign policy, like that of most other countries, has had achievements and disappointments since its independence in 1960. Every country's foreign policy identifies the country's primary national interests. Similarly, the goal of such a policy is one of the determinants of a country's image in the international system. Nigeria, like many other countries throughout the world, has been deliberate in i...

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4. AN ASSESSMENT OF ELECTION VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the study

Nigeria's electoral process has been marred by violence. Recent forms of electoral violence, on the other hand, have taken on an unprecedented scale and are altering shape and character, with grave consequences for democratic stability and consolidation. Examples include contested and violent elections in Nigeria, where the attendant desire for redress through official and unofficial remedies has resulted in a slew of new...

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5. AN ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-CULTURAL PRACTICES HINDERING WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA

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Background to the Study

Communication's role in fostering a feeling of belonging and social responsibility among members of a society is strongly entrenched in its ability to provide individuals with knowledge and information that may lead to self-discovery, confidence, and the willingness to act on situations that require action. Kothari summarizes it in S.K. Nair and S.A. White (1993:23):

The function of communication...must be viewe...

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6. AN EVALUATION OF FEDERALISM IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the study

Federalism has developed as one of the most popular models of governance because to its integrative ability to assess the various political life of multi-ethnic, multi-religious, and multi-lingual countries. Federalism, on the other hand, is a one-of-a-kind type of governance. This is due to the fact that it entails the structure of the state in such a way that it promotes unity while conserving existing diversities under an...

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7. AN EVALUATION OF LABOUR UNREST AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

 Background of the Study

The government employs the majority of workers, with private individuals employing just a small percentage of the workforce (Fajara, 2000). Labour unions have been key agents of socio-economic transformation and class struggle in Nigeria (Aremu, 1996, Akinyanju, 1997), which began during the colonial fight and lasted till the post-independence period. Later, labor unions played an important part in the country's resistance against...

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8. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE AGITATION AND CLAMORING FOR RESTRUCTURING OF NIGERIA FEDERATION

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the study

For some months, the discourse of restructuring has dominated the public sphere, and this theme has been disseminated via the use of digital, print, and electronic media. Restructuring appears to be the in-thing currently in every quarter. Until the subject is acknowledged, every newspaper article, news broadcast, speech, and report is incomplete (Nnamdi, 2017). Previous leaders and public officials, such as former presidents, vice presidents...

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9. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FEDERALISM AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA AND SOUTH AFRICA (1960-2010)

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
A very striking feature of every federal state is the existence of diversities. Whether federations are formed by integration of previously independent entities or through differentiation of a single entity into many components, the central motive is usually to enhance political and economic benefits. The nature and dynamism of federal states are usually influenced by the structure of its internal territorial configuration. As a...

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10. THE MILITARY AND NIGERIA POLITICS: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DOMINATION OF THE MILITARY OF THE NIGERIA POLITICAL SPACE 1999 TO 2015

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the study

The name “Nigeria” was coined by Flora Shaw, who later became the wife of Lord Lugard, the British colonial administrator, on 8 January 1897, which she used as the title of an article in The Times (Meek, 1960), to describe the vast land around the River Niger and its basin. It was then called Niger-area, but after a long usage it was shortened to Nigeria. Mungo Park was exploring the River Niger when he stumb...

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11. THE PROBLEMS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS IN THE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the Study

In the world over, education has become an essential commodity that determines the level of development or growth of any nation. It has become services that require the involvement of both the private and public sectors. The involvement of governments in education cut across all levels i.e., the primary, secondary and tertiary education. Basically, in Nigeria, local government has constitutional responsibility in primary educ...

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12. POLITICAL ELITES AND DEVELOPMENT CRISIS IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Presently, the crisis of development is the most serious problem facing Nigeria and Africa as a whole. This is because the country has remained largely underdeveloped despite the presence of huge mineral and human resources. Several decades after the end of colonialism, most parts of Africa with Nigeria inclusive is still fighting with problems such as high poverty rate, lack of basic infrastructural facilities in all sectors...

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13. THE EFFECT OF TERRORISM IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: IT’S SIGNIFICANCE TO DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESS (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA)

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Terrorism and insurgency is globally becoming a household word as there is no nation that is completely absolved from its effect. This is the reason why Rourke (2015) observes that war, terrorism and other forms of transnational political violence are in many ways more threatening today than ever before as civilian casualty has been on increase. It is however difficult to evolve a single definition for the term “terrorism”.  ...

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14. ETHNIC MILITIA AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the Study

Nigeria, a sovereign state with multi-ethnic groups was amalgamated in 1914 by Fredrick Lugard, the then Governor-General of the Federation. Prior to this period, each ethnic group was administered by traditional rulers with basic provision for the existence of effective organs of government in formulation and execution of government policies which the people freely embraced. According to Anifoweshe (2000), the pre-colonial r...

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15. ASSESSMENT OF THE MILITARY AND POLITICS IN NIGERIA: THE DOMINATION OF THE MILITARY IN NIGERIA POLITICAL SPACE 1999 TO 2015

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the study

The name “Nigeria” was coined by Flora Shaw, who later became the wife of Lord Lugard, the British colonial administrator, on 8 January 1897, which she used as the title of an article in The Times (Meek, 1960), to describe the vast land around the River Niger and its basin. It was then called Niger-area, but after a long usage it was shortened to Nigeria. Mungo Park was exploring the River Niger when he stumb...

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16. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FEDERALISM AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA AND SOUTH AFRICA (1960-2010).

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

1. The structure of federalism in Nigeria in which South-East account for 12.27%; North-East 14.47%; North-Central including FCT 15.63%; South-South 15.89%; South-West 17.70% and North-West 24.03% disproportionately influenced revenue allocation among the component units on the basis of equality of states in a corresponding order. Particularly of note is the divergence in structural terms between North-West and South-East, which also impacted on the revenue al...

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17. PARTY POLITICS AND ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

Party system has become an indispensable factor in every human society as a result of modern representative democracy. Thus, a representative or democratic system would be impossible without political parties. This explains why formation of political parties has become a feature of our society today. It is not without justification today, to state that, party politics has become omnipresent in our world and, that it manifests in all political...

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18. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP AND CHALLENGES OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

The failure of imported western models of leadership to solve the socio-economic and sociopolitical problems of developing countries like Nigeria is increasingly raising questions in the minds of concerned individuals and organizations all over the world about the efficacy and relevance of these models (Muhammad, 2005:19). The above position by Muhammad underscores the imperative for good leadership in every human organization. Thus, lead...

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19. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE CHRISTIAN PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS

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BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Nigerian Christianity dates back to the abolition of the trans-Atlantic slave trade in the early nineteenth century, which was followed by the emergence of a literate African elite, consisting of liberated and returned slaves as well as local converts. The need for political stability in Nigeria cannot be overemphasized. Indeed, all segments of the Nigerian society are interested in the political future of the nation. However, this interest i...

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20. CHRISTIAN PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS: A MORAL CONCERN IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA

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EXCERPT FROM THE STUDY

As we think upon the subject of Christians and politics it may seem odd to many that we would put the two together. Politics has gotten such a negative portrayal these days that to mention

Christianity and politics in the same breath is as if you were suggesting that Christianity and pornography or Christianity and drug abuse went together! Politics is seen in such a bad light that the word itself has become synonymous with that whic...

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21. COMPANY AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 2020 AND PUBLIC PERCEPTION: THE CASE OF NIGERIA CHURCHES

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

The role of law can be reactionary, progressive, or neutral depending on how it is applied, what interests it seeks to serve, and how it interacts with the full range of other factors that influence individuals ’decisions. It is important to note, however, that the law, while generally reflecting the prevailing realities of a given society, can also be used as a proactive tool to promote development and thus to influenc...

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22. CRIME AND VIOLENCE AS A BARRIER TO GENDER EQUALITY IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

Women participation in Nigerian politics is crucial to the development of Nigeria and since women constitute a sizeable proportion of the population, neglecting them may mean losing their valuable contribution. Traditional socio-economic and political and cultural structures aid discrimination against women leading to loss of contributions of women to societal development. Raising the status of women through gender empowerment has is consid...

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23. DEPENDENCY AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA UNDERDEVELOPMENT: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The major aim of the study is to examine the impact of dependency on sub Saharan African development with reference to Nigeria perspective. It examined the major problem of dependency in sub Saharan African. It examine the major areas of under development in sub Saharan Africa. The study therefore adopts a qualitative descriptive approach.  It implore one of the traditional methods of gathering information, i.e. the secondary sour...

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24. EXAMINATION OF DEMOCRACY AND POLITICAL CRISIS IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

The return to democracy in Nigeria in 1999 ushered in some form of political reforms, particularly in the conduct of multi- party elections however political violence appears perverse.This study focuses mainly on the democracy and political crisis in Sabon Gari LGA in Kaduna State precisely, which has become a thorn to the effective workings of democratic values, especially, in the conduct of free and fair elections. Based on some...

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25. ASSESSMENT OF GOVERNMENT’S COUNTER-TERRORISM STRATEGY IN NIGERIA’S INTERNAL SECURITY (2009 – 2013)

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The research is an assessment of government‟s counter terrorism strategy in Nigeria‟s internal security between 2009-2013. Apart from the challenges of poverty, unemployment, sectarian crisis, economic and political crisis, as well as the Niger Delta Militancy, Nigeria is currently facing a deeper and profound challenge of terrorism, especially at the North-East of the country. The list of these disheartening phenomena includes but not limi...

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26. SECURITY CHALLENGES IN NIGERIA AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS ACTIVITIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The study examined the insecurity situation in Nigeria and its implications for business investment, operations and sustainable development. The evaluation of the level and dimension of insecurity which was based on secondary data and observations among authors in different places, zones and walks of life as expressed in their comments, as well as, on concrete evidences of insecurity incidence in different parts of Nigeria, indicated that the insecurit...

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27. THE MENACE OF FULANI HERDSMEN BANDITRY ATTACKS ON NIGERIAN CHURCHES.

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is aimed at having an empirical investigation into the menace of herdsmen banditry attacks on Nigeria Churches. Survey research design and convenience sampling method was employed for the study. 200 respondent who are residents of Kaduna South Local Government in Kaduna State were purporsively selected which forms the population for the study. Using questionnaire as an instrument, 189 were retrieved and validated f...

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28. ASSESSING THE MERITS OF POLICE REFORMATION IN IMPROVING NATIONAL SECURITY: A CASE STUDY OF THE 2020 ENDSARS PROTEST

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

This study was undertaken to assess the merits associated with police reformation and its implication for national security. Being a qualitative study, the social learning theory was adopted and employed to elucidate the research idea. Several concepts such as police brutality, national security and protest were conceptually discussed. The study further sampled the opinions of scholars and institutions to evoke rejoinder to the research que...

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29. ELECTORAL MALPRACTICE AND DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN NIGERIA.A STUDY OF FOURTH REPUBLIC

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The focus of this study is to examine electoral malpractices on democratic consolidation in the fourth republic. The researchers adopted historical and descriptive methods. Information was sourced from secondary data collated from journals, articles, library materials and internet sources which are related to the study.  Findings from the study revealed that electoral malpractice  in Nigeria Fourth Republic have resulted...

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30. ASSESSMENT OF ELECTION MALPRACTICE AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN NIGERIA’S FOURTH REPUBLIC

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The conduct of free and fair elections has become the yardstick for measuring the strength and credibility of a country’s democracy. The absence of free and fair elections has become an almost insurmountable obstacle to democratization in most African countries, especially in Nigeria. The history of the conduct of elections in the country is predominated with the prevalence of electoral misconducts and malpractices which has weakened the nerves of dem...

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31. ENDSARS PROTEST: A MEANS OF PROMOTING INSECURITY IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

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This study was carried out to examine EndSars protest: a means of promoting insecurity in Nigeria in Lagos state . Specifically, the study examine the cause of the EndSars protest in Nigeria. The study also  examine the impact of the EndSars protest on the security of lives and property in Nigeria. The study further  find out if the protest was used to promote insecurity in Nigeria. Lastly the study proffer a probab...

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32. ENDSARS PROTEST: A CALL FOR THE ERADICATION OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

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This study was carried out on ENDSARS protest: a call for the eradication of corruption in Nigeria. To achieve this 3 research questions were formulated.  The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of the entire youths of Edo state and Delta state. In determining the sample size, the researcher purposively selected 250 respondents while 200 respondents were vali...

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33. GODFATHERISM AND POLITICAL CONFLICT IN NIGERIA: AN OPINION SURVEY OF VOTERS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

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Godfatherism has become an attribute in modern day Nigerian politics which could either foster democratic stability or retard democratic progress.This study hopes to bring to a clearer understanding, the nature and prevailing characteristics of godfather/godson relationship, the dimension it has assumed in recent times and how it has shaped and influenced the adult citizenry in the country. In order to achieve this objective, secondary...

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34. GODFATHERISM AND POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

Godfatherism and political violence has become the dominant feature characterizing contemporary politics in Nigeria. Their role in the political system has impacted negatively on the politics of the country, and constitutes a potential threat to the country’s nascent democracy, development and security. Literature has highlighted the implications of godfatherism and political violence such as loss of life and properties, corruption, embezzlement of pu...

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35. ETHNO-RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA; ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

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This study was carried out  to examine Ethno-Religious Conflicts In Nigeria; Issues, Challenges And Solutions using residents of Zangon Katab Local Government Area of Kaduna State as case study. Specifically, the study was aimed at investigating the issues of Ethno-Religious conflicts in Nigeria, investigate the challenges Ethno-Religious conflicts in Nigeria, examine if Ethno-Religious conflicts has any negative im...

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36. GODFATHERISM AND ELECTORAL PROCESS IN NIGERIAN POLITICS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

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This study was carried out to was to investigate godfatherism and electoral process in Nigeria using Ibiono Ibom Local Government Areas in Akwa Ibom State as a case study. Specifically, the study was aimed at finding out why godfathers are driven by the sense of self-enrichment, using godsons as surrogates to promote their parochial interest; compare and contrast the consensus sense of electoral system by political...

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37. EXAMINATION OF THE EXTENT OF DEVELOPMENT MADE BY MULTI-PARTY SYSTEM IN NIGERIA POLITICAL SPHERE

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

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The central role played by political parties in the development and nurturing of a virile democracy and its consolidation cannot be overstated. Where democracy survives for a long period of time, it is because political parties, among other vital institutions, are well established, and have played the role expected of them. In Nigeria, the return to democracy since 1999 has ushered in a renewed process of democratization a...

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38. EXECUTIVE-LEGISLATIVE RELATIONS AND DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN NIGERIA’S FOURTH REPUBLIC 2007-2017

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The necessity of building a workable synergy and desirable relationship between the forces of government both at the levels of executive and legislative systems towards ensuring democratic consolidation lies at the heart of this research.The Fourth Republic came into existence in 1999, this came after a long period of military interregnum. Democracy was highly embraced by all with expected hope it will deliver good dividends and socio-economic development....

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39. ECONOMIC IMPLICATION OF BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​Background of the study

Democratic government was installed in Nigeria in 1999 after more than 16 years of military dictatorship. The aspiration of the populace was that with the coming of civilian government the dividends of democracy will spread to all nooks and crannies of Nigeria. However, their hopes have been dashed by the recent events in Nigeria. Fifteen years after civilian rule, the country’s security situation is pathetic tha...

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40. FEDERAL CHARACTER PRINCIPLE AND QUOTA SYSYEM IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

ABSTRACT

The main purpose of this research work was to examine the Federal Character Principle and Quota System in Nigeria and its relationship with the recruitment exercise in the public service. This was prompted by the fact that there is growing disenchantment in some quarters about the implementation of the federal character principle and quota system, which they believe leads to the violation of the merit principle and lowering of standards in...

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41. FEDERALISM AND REVENUE ALLOCATION IN NIGERIA: A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE DERIVATION PRINCIPLE

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The Nigerian federation has been enmeshed in contradictions, paradoxes, controversies and crises. These are subsumed in the national question, and social groups of varying ideological leanings cohere on the central issues. These are linked to national unity, local autonomy and self-determination, equitable distribution of revenue, rewards, opportunities and power. They also include the observation and implementation of fundamental human rights, among which...

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42. FISCAL AUTONOMY AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN NIGERIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

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The focus of this study is to examine fiscal autonomy and service delivery in Nigeria local government using Ikot-Ekpene Local Government in Akwaibom State as case study. Fourty-seven respondent who are civil servant was purposively selected form the L.G council. Using questionnaire thirty-nine (39) responses were retrived and validated. Data was analyzed using frequency and tables. Hypothesis was tested using Chi-Square statistical tool. F...

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43. FISCAL FEDERALISM IN NIGERIA: THEORY AND DIMENSIONS

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

The dynamism and complexity of Nigeria’s federalism has attracted academic scrutiny. This is because it has generated so many problems capable of threatening the corporate existence and continuity of the Nigerian state. This research, therefore, inquired into the causes of dissatisfaction and violent agitation arising from fiscal federalism and the adopted allocation formula. In achieving this, the research adopted both descripti...

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44. FISCAL FEDERALISM AND REVENUE ALLOCATION FROM FEDERATION ACCOUNT TO STATES EQUITABLE AND FAIR

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

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The study examines fiscal federalism and revenue allocation from federation account to States, with a view to determine if it is equitable and fair using state per capita allocation from 2000-2013. The purpose of the research is to determine whether there is a significant difference in the per-capita allocation to individual Nigerians in the different states of the federation. The study adopted the descriptive research design, and data were...

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45. GLOBALIZATION AND THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY: THE BABANGIDA PERIOD

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to examine Globalization and the Nigerian economy the Babangida period. Specifically, how globalization has affected the economic and political status of the Nigerian economy,The role of global institutions in the globalization process as it concerns Nigeria,how the dependency of the less developed economy on the western economy has led to underdevelopment of the less developed countries, through evaluation o...

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46. GOOD GOVERNANCE AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

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This research studies Good Governance and conflict resolution in Anambra state with focus on the Umuleri and Aguleri communities’ experience. Both communities were engulfed in intractable conflicts over the ownership of Otuocha land. Aside the contest over land, both communities have been engaged in the reconstruction of their history with each claiming to be the direct descendant of Eri. The research adopts qualitative evaluation met...

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47. EFFECTIVE INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN GOVERNANCE AS A PANACEA TO NIGERIA SOCIO-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC PROBLEMS

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

ABSTRACT

This study was carried out to examine effective involvement of women in governance as a panacea to Nigeria socio-political and economic problems. Specifically, the study examined the nature of women’s involvement and participation in politics and government and effect on development in Ebonyi State. The study also, document the current scenario of Women’s participation in development in Ebonyi.  The...

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48. INVESTIGATING INEC AND CHALLENGES OF MONITORING POLITICAL PARTY CAMPAIGN FINANCING IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF 2015 GENERAL ELECTION)

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Political parties are critical to the political process in modern cultures. In each democratic regime, they have evolved into a true tool or auxiliary of democracy. The establishment of democratic government in Nigeria's political system in 1999 was a watershed moment in the country's political history. Civil society, labor unions, civil rights organizations, and others greeted the restoration of democracy with optimi...

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49. ETHNO-RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA; ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

Ethnic consciousness is the loyalty or attachment to an ethnic group either as a social, political and economic entity, or a cultural community. Whichever way we look at it, ethnic consciousness is based on the distinctiveness of one’s group as opposed to other groups. Ethnic consciousness is not detrimental to process of national integration in a nation state. In fact, it can be argued that every individual needs this...

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50. AN EVALUATION OF ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA: THE CASE OF ANAMBRA STATE GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The unbridled quest for power by man in his ever unstoppable search for relevance and advantage has indeed, generated so much tensions and hostilities. Thus, for most developing democracies of the Third World especially, Nigeria, electoral violence is not only a recurrent decimal, its frequency, character and dimension are quite frightening. It is now becoming a national character of the Nigerian state in such a way that both...

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51. GOVERNMENT POLICIES AS A TOOL FOR CREATING A BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In a country with mixed economy like Nigeria, the government and the individual are managing the economy together. This means that people, groups and the three levels of government are free to start businesses. The three lowest levels of government include the local government, the state and the federal government, respectively. In the modern world, mixed economy appears as the most widespread economic system, but what makes...

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52. INVESTIGATING INEC AND CHALLENGES OF MONITORING POLITICAL PARTY CAMPAIGN FINANCING IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF 2015 GENERAL ELECTION)

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Political parties are critical to the political process in modern cultures. In each democratic regime, they have evolved into a true tool or auxiliary of democracy. The establishment of democratic government in Nigeria's political system in 1999 was a watershed moment in the country's political history. Civil society, labor unions, civil rights organizations, and others greeted the restoration of democracy with optimi...

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53. A CASE STUDY ON DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT UNDER THE BUHARI ADMINISTRATION (2015-2019)

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Background of the study

The connection between democratic government and economic progress at the national level is recognized and valued by many. This is due to the fact that democracy plays an extremely significant and significant part in nurturing national growth and supporting effective governance (Alapiki, 2021). The primary focus of democratic governments is on enhancing the social and economic well-being of their populations, which is associa...

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54. A CRITICAL REVIEW OF TEACHERS’ QUALIFICATION AND  SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT; ITS IMPACT ON JUNIOR STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN BASIC  SCIENCE

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Statement of the Problem

There are contemporary problems in the teaching and learning of Integrated Science in Nigeria. These problems affect dissemination of scientific knowledge and skills at all levels of the educational system. These problems solely contribute to the underperformance of students which invariably contribute to the scientific development of the Nation. Out of these numerous problems, two (2) were taken into consideration which wer...

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55. AN EVALUATION OF YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND THUGGERY IN NIGERIA

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Elections are an accepted method of choosing leaders in modern democracies. This is a crucial procedure that helps establish democratic institutions and facilitates the peaceful transfer of power (Abekhale, 2022). Nevertheless, all elections held in Nigeria since the country's independence in 1960 have been marked by pervasive acts of violence and intimidation, as well as extensive instances of bribery and corruption. According to Adeniyi...

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56. AN INVESTIGATION ON THE EFFORT OF GOVERNMENT AND THE MANAGEMENT OF SECURITY PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

After the civil war that broke out in 1970 in Nigeria, the country's security situation has been generally stable ever since. The people have peace, and they are able to travel freely from one section of the nation to another without being harassed or attacked in any way. The way of life was uncomplicated. There are no conflicts between the people of various ethnic groups who live together. Everybody fought to make two ends meet. Because...

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57. ANALYSIS OF ELECTORAL MALPRACTICE AND DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF FOURTH REPUBLIC

18 Educators Qualitative

​​​​​​​Background of the study

Elections have not only been a tool for judging the integrity and validity of a democratic government, but they have also become a tool for determining the death of authoritarianism or the transition to democracy. According to Oni (2015), the universal approval of its conduct as free and fair by individuals and the international community constitutes a credible election. It is one thing to hold an election and then mov...

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58. ANALYSIS OF THE CONSOLIDATION OF MIGRANTS INTO SOCIO - ECONOMIC GROWTH OF AWE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

18 Educators Qualitative

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Within Oyo State's Afijio Local Government Area, the town of Awe is the commercial and manufacturing hub. Its aura is one of tranquility, in contrast to that of other industrial settlements. There is not a lot of literature available about Awe or the Afijio Local Government in general. It goes without saying that the position of migrants and the role they play in the process of bringing about socioeconomic development in...

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59. ANALYSIS ON THE NEXUS BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT A CASE STUDY OF BUHARI ADMINISTRATION (2015-2019)

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

Democracy, over the decades and around the globe, has been presented and seen as a requirement for national progress. The democratic goal of the African countries, in keeping with this view, is likewise concerned with the desire for progress. According to Egena (2015), nearly all the nations in Africa, given this view, throughout the previous two decades, have chosen democratic system of government . The idea, in view of this...

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60. EVALUATION OF COMPLIANCE LEVEL WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL REGULATIONS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the Study

The value of any local government is measured by the quality and quantity of services it provides to its constituents. Local governments are Nigeria's third-tier administrative structure, established to bring government closer to the people...

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61. THE CONTROVERSIES AND DIFFICULTIES ENCOUNTERED IN FEDERALISM AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​Background of the study

The problems with national integration in Nigeria are so severe that the country's federation is on the verge of dissolving altogether. Both antagonistic and integrative processes may be attributed to the diverse structure of the country, which, when combined with the incorrect way of the country's development, gave rise to the situation (Adeosun, 2022). As a sovereign nation, Nigeria was formally established in 1914 after the...

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62. THE EFFECT OF NPOWER PROGRAMME ON YOUTHS IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​Background of the study

The Nigerian federal government is the one that is financially supporting the N-Power youth empowerment programme. N-Power addresses the problem of high youth unemployment by establishing a framework for the widespread and pertinent acquisition and development of work skills. At the same time, it connects the program's fundamentals and results to the improvement of insufficient public services and the stimulation of the larger econ...

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63. INVESTIGATION ON ELECTION MISCONDUCT AND  ITS IMPACT ON  DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION  USING  FOURTH REPUBLIC AS A CASE STUDY

18 Educators Qualitative

Background of the study

Elections have not only become an indicator for the end of autocracy or a transition to democracy, but the credibility of the electoral process has also become a tool for evaluating the integrity and legitimacy of a democratic regime. This is because elections have become an instrument for the demise of authoritarianism. A credible election is one in which the residents of the country and the world community agree that the vo...

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64. INVESTIGATION ON THE FUNCTIONS OF YOUTH IN NATION DEVELOPMENT A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Introduction

According to Johnson (2022), a person's role is the method in which they fulfill the responsibilities of their status and enjoy the perks that come along with it. Alternatively, a role may be thought of as the dynamic or behavioral part of status. It is a role that is assigned to a certain individual so that they may play it.

According to Chilegbu (2022), the term "youth" refers to a youthful and aspirational person who is either...

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65. MALPRACTICE IN THE ELECTORAL PROCESS AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA A STUDY OF FOURTH REPUBLIC

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

    1. Background of the study

The credibility of the electoral process has not only become an instrument for the end of authoritarianism or a transition to democracy, but it has also become an instrument for determining the integrity and legitimacy of a democratic regime. This is because elections have become an instrument in both of these contexts. A credible election is one in which both the local populace...

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66. BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background Of The Study

The truism that bribery and corruption are the surest way to impede the development of any society does not need argument. Although it is considered by some that bribery and corruption might spur development (Otite, 2016). In spite of this assumption, there is widespread condemnation of bribery and corruption in all its manifestations, resulting in a global uproar and demand for its eradication. There may be enough evidence t...

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67. ENDSARS PROTEST AND POLITICAL AWARENESS OF STUDENT (A CASE STUDY OF AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY, EKPOMA)

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the Study

The Special Anti-Robbery Squad, often known as SARS, is a special police force that was founded in 1992 to combat the rising number of armed robberies and kidnappings for ransom committed by criminal groups operating throughout Nigeria (Vanguard, 23 December 2017). The success of the unit was dependent on its ability to remain anonymous and on the way in which it carried out its missions in order to target criminal organizati...

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68. GENDER AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN RIVERS STATE, THE FOURTH REPUBLIC EXPERIENCE(A CASE STUDY OF THE 2011 GENERAL ELECTIONS

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

 Background of the Study

The principles of freedom, fairness, and equality in treatment of all people, including men and women, on an equal basis, by the society, are the cornerstones of democratic governance (Nwabueze, 1993:2). (Nwabueze, 1993:2). This is due to the fact that democratic systems need a level involvement field for all participants in the political decision-making process (Sodaro, 2001). It is impossible for a society to be truly...

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69. DOMESTIC TERRORISM AND NIGERIA'S FOREIGN POLICY: A CASE STUDY OF BOKO HARAM 2009-2021

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background Of The Study

Since Nigeria's independence on October 1, 1960, Africa has unquestionably played a prominent role in her foreign policy. In other words, Nigeria's foreign policy is based on the fundamental ideals of promoting the peace, integration, and cooperation of the African continent (Afolayan, 2022). And these guiding principles have essentially stayed consistent, since they can be used to describe Nigeria's behavior...

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70. EFFECTS OF ELECTORAL VIOLENCE ON THE POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF KOGI STATE (2015-2020)

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

Elections are regarded as the beating heart of any democracy. Jinadu (2019) asserts that election is the official process of selecting a person for public office or adopting or rejecting a political position which  is usually done in any democratic environment where people can be elected to various positions for a certain period of time. Although the importance of elections in a democratic form of governme...

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71. ELECTORAL REFORMS AND GOVERNANCE IN KOGI STATE (1999-2021)

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the study

It is impossible to place enough emphasis on how important elections are to the democratic process and to maintaining political stability. This is due to the fact that holding elections continues to be the cornerstone of democratic consolidation in every nation (Arowolo and Lawal, 2019). The way in which elections are run has emerged as a significant factor in determining how nations are ranked and classified. In every nation...

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72. GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF FORMER PRESIDENT OLUSEGUN OBASANJO (1999-2007)

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background of the Study

Democratic practices, which the political leadership must promote across the institutional landscape of governance, are the conceptual vehicle that unites the aspects of social transformation indicated above in democratizing countries. As a result, democratized governance institutions would include creating organizations and regulations that are not just efficient but also fair, and that are produced via a democratic process...

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73. PEDAGOGICAL CHALLENGE OF EFFECTIVE POLITICAL EDUCATION AND MOBILIZATION IN NIGERIA 2015-2021 A STUDY OF EZZA NORTH L.G.A, EBONYI STATE

18 Educators Quantitative

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

The most significant impediment to the nascent democracy is the pervasive lack of political education and insecurity of lives and property, as evidenced by a spate of voter apathy, armed robbery attacks, assassinations of political opponents, ill-prepared voters' education for the upcoming elections in Nigeria, electoral fraud, and the apparent helplessness of a long-in-...

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74. THE INFLUENCE OF ENDSARS PROTEST ON POLITICAL INTEREST OF NIGERIA YOUTH

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background of the Study

The Special Anti-Robbery Squad, or SARS, is a special police team that was established in 1992 to counteract the escalating number of armed robberies and kidnappings for ransom carried out by criminal organizations operating across Nigeria (Vanguard, 23 December 2017). When it was originally founded, the unit's effectiveness was predicated on its capacity to stay secret as well as the manner in which it carried out its op...

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75. NIGERIA'S FEDERAL CHARACTERS- A TOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background to the Study

In a great number of developing nations, particularly those in Africa, the lack of efficient governance presents a substantial obstacle to the achievement of national developmental goals. This is especially true in the case of the African countries. Other concerns, such as poverty, unemployment, insecurity, corruption, nepotism, a lack of national cohesiveness, and economic issues are also effects of a lack of efficient manag...

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76. ROLE OF WOMEN IN TACKLING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

Background to the Study

The changing impact of corruption in Nigeria is felt by every man in the country. The most fragile social layer is poor households and small firms. Corruption in this sector of economy reduces any chances to increase human investment and capital. Cases of corruption in Nigeria are widely associated with poor public finance management. The increasing number of barriers from public provisions decreases the ability to do busines...

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77. THE EFFECT OF BOKO HARAM ON MUSLIM CHRISTIAN RELATIONSHIP: A STUDY OF MADAGALI LGA IN ADAMAWA STATE

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Religiosity is an indispensable aspect of humans. It is one of the most active factors and impulse in the component and character of humans. Over the centuries, religiosity make humans to ask and grapple with fundamental questions about existence. Yet, it is in the religious horizon of life that people seek answers to such questions and, derive solutions to the predicaments that surround life experience. Religious worldviews...

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78. THE PRESIDENTIAL AMNESTY PROGRAMME FOR PEACE BUILDING INITIATIVES IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​Background of the Study

The Niger Delta is the major hub of the Nigerian economy, but continues to linger in violence occasioned by multifarious social, political and environmental issues. Dudu and Odalonu (2016) confirmed that the Niger Delta which is located in the southern part of Nigeria, at the apex of the Gulf of Guinea on the west coast of Africa remain the treasure base of Nigeria. It comprises the largest oil producing states wh...

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79. THE EFFECT OF CARD READERS ON ELECTION CREDIBILITY IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS)

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This study was carried out to examine the effect of card readers on election credibility in Nigeria using the 2015 presidential elections as a case study. Specifically, the study was aimed at examining the effect of card readers on the election credibility in Nigeria; examine the reliability of the card reader during the electoral process; and identify the limitations in the use of the card reader for elections in Nigeria. The study em...

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80. THE EFFECT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON ORGANIZATION PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers

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The main aim of this study is to examine  the effect of  corporate governance on organizational performance using  Forte Oil in Kaduna State as case study. The research adopted a descriptive survey design was employed to assess the opinions of the respondents and with the aid of convenient sampling method a total of 36 participant were selected from Forte Oil petrol stations in Kaduna Metropolis in Nigeria. Well structured questionnaire...

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81. THE EFFECT OF ENDSARS PROTEST ON THE GROWTH AND ECONOMY OF NIGERIA

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The project on the effect of endsars protest on the growth and economy of nigeria. The project aimed at investigating the effect of endsars protest on the growth and economy of Nigeria, exploring the factors the promotes endsars protest, finding if endsars negatively influenced the growth of Nigeria and ascertaining the relationship between endsars protest and the growth of Nigeria. A total of 230 respondents were selected from the population figure out of whic...

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82. ELECTIONS AND DEMOCRATIC SUSTENANCE IN NIGERIA'S FOURTH REPUBLIC

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The place of election as a signpost of democracy is not in contention since democracy means first and foremost the process through which citizens freely choose their representatives. However, democratic practice in many developing countries are still regarded as electoral democracy because attentions are shifted away from the s...

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83. EVALUATION OF YOUTHS PARTICIPATION IN SELF-HELP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN ASABA

18 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out on the evaluation of youths participation in self help community development in Asaba Local Government Area. The survey design was adopted and the simple random sampling techniques were employed in this study. The population size comprise of youths in Asaba Local Government Area, Delta state. In determining the sample size, the researcher purposefully selected 147 respondents and 141 were validated. Self...

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84. IMPACT OF TERRORISM ON NIGERIA’S ECONOMY

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Abstract

Terrorism has been an insidious act common and conducted daily over decades and has been responsible for the physical and or structural violence experienced by many people in Nigeria. Individuals, Groups and even the state carry out acts of terrorism in one way or the other. The preponderance of terrorists’ activities in recent times especially those conducted by Niger Delta Militants and now Boko Haram are only in response to acts of terrorism conduc...

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85. NON -VIOLENT REVOLUTION AS A MEANS OF DEMOCRATIC CHANGE IN AFRICA

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Countries undergoing democratic transitions experience a wide range of long-term outcomes. Depending on the initial circumstances of the transition, a number of factors can impact on the trajectory of a transitioning country. Factors regarding the organization of the civilian government and the military, which are determined by the history and social context of each country, affect they type of relationship that forms between the military a...

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86. MILITARY RULE AND POLITICAL TRANSITION IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF ABACHA REGIME (1993-1998)

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This study analyzes military rule and the political transition to democracy in Nigeria. It enquires into how military intervenes in the Nigerian politics in the recent time. The study also examines how corruption induces military intervention in Nigerian politics due to the embezzlement of public funds by our political leaders as well as mismanagement of government properties. This study looks at the major challenges in Nigeria‟s transition to...

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87. THE EFFECTS OF MILITANCY ON DEVELOPMENT OF THE NIGERIA STATES

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For so many years, the Niger Delta Region has been oppressed by the Military and Civilian Government. This research work examines the effect of Militancy on the Development of the Nigeria states. It relied on secondary source such as books, journals, newspaper articles. It focuses on damage and the negativity as a result of the operation of the militant. Also attempt on how the crises can be solve. This is mainly by creating Jobs and equitable sharing of th...

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88. NETWORK RESTRICTION TO TWITTER PLATFORM: A BRIDGE TO FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF NIGERIAN CITIZENS (A CASE STUDY OF TWITTER BAN)

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The focus of the study is to examine network restriction to twitter platform: a bridge to fundamental rights of Nigerian citizens using Abuja as case study.  The study adopted a survey research design and conveniently enrolled 80 participants in the study. A total of 77 responses were received and validated from the enrolled participants where all respondents were drawn from Twitter Users in Abuja. Hypothesis was tested using Chi-Square statistical tool (SPSS). &nbs...

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89. TERRORISM AND NIGERIA’S ECONOMY, AN ASSESSMENT OF THE BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY

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Abstract

Insecurity and terrorism has been a major dare to the Nigerian government in recent times. The actions and activities of the Islamic sect known as Boko Haram had led to enormous loss of lives and properties in the country, particularly in the Northern part of Nigeria. Some of these activities include intimidation, bombings, suicide attacks, spo...

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90. PARTY SYSTEM AND NIGERIA POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT

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In summary, this research work which was based on the topic: party system and Nigeria political development in Nigeria, The researcher rightly pointed that, this work was not based on any prejudice or any personal grudges, rather, it was accessed in line with the past and present experience. In other words, the work is categorically divided into chapters. The researched showed that that, there is no relationship between multi-party system and democrati...

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91. THE IMPACT OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION ON NIGERIA’S SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT: AN APPRAISAL OF CIVIL LIBERTIES ORGANIZATION

18 Student Researchers

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The civil society and civil society organizations, have sacrificed their existence, goals and objectives to the course of the fight towards socio-political development in Nigeria. To this effect, they have made relentless effort and provoking arrangements, to ensure that the goals and objectives for which they are set up are achieved to a considerable extent. Hence in the course of their activity towards achieving this goal, they discovered that there are l...

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92. POVERTY AND ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

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This study focuses mainly on the effect of poverty on electoral violence among youths in Ikot Epene, Akwa Ibom State. precisely, which has become a thorn to the effective workings of democratic values, especially, in the conduct of free and fair elections. Since the re-emergence of democratic rule, in Nigeria and Ikot Ekpene<...

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93. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC OPINION ON PUBLIC POLICY IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF 2010-2012

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This research work that analysis on the impact of public opinion on public policy in Nigeria from 2010-2012 while narrowing it down to the economic policy of deregulation or fuel subsidy removal of 2012. Broadly divided into five chapters, the work breakdown how governmental decisions are being influenced by the opinions of the people in the democracy of Nigeria. History had it that before the discovery of oil, agriculture gave Nigeria about 70% of her inco...

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94. THE IMPACT OF VIOLENT CONFLICT IN THE PROCESS OF DEMOCRATIZATION

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There seem to be a debate on the validity of democratic peace theory. While some scholars argued that democracy engenders peace, others argued exactly the opposite. In the Nigerian context, democracy appears to have been characterised by violence. With heavy reliance on secondary data backed by analytical approach, the paper examines democracy and violent conflicts in Nigeria and its implications for development with a particular focus on the Nigeria‟s Fourth Republic. The...

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95. THE IMPACT OF WAR AGAINST CORRUPTION TO THE ECONOMY OF NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out to examine the impact of the war against corruption on the economy of Nigeria having a case study on the economic and financial crimes commission (EFCC), Lagos state. Specifically, the study aimed at examining the level of corruption in Niger...

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96. THE IMPACT OF INFERTILITY ON WOMEN’S LIFE EXPERIENCES IN TWO NIGERIAN COMMUNITIES

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ABSTRACT

This study investigated the impact of infertility on women’s life experiences in two Nigerian communities. The study was conducted between November 2017 and May 2018. Six research questions and two hypotheses were formulated. The research design used was sample survey descriptive design. The quantitative and qualitative instruments used for data collection are Questionnaire and In-depth Interview guide respective...

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97. THE INFLUENCE OF ENDSARS PROTEST ON POLITICAL INTEREST OF NIGERIAN YOUTHS

18 Student Researchers

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The project on the influence of endsars protest on political interest of Nigerian youths. The project aimed at investigating the influence of endsars protest on political interest of Nigerian youths, determining the relationship between endsars protest and political interest of youths and finding out if the political interest of youths is gender-based. A total of 134 respondents were selected from the population figure out of which the samp...

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98. THE INFLUENCE OF GODFATHERISM IN NIGERIA POLITICS IN THE FOURTH REPUBLIC

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The discourse of godfatherism had so much influenced the socio-economic and political life of the nation especially in the fourth republic. It had gained much attention at the present time as a result of its need forms of articulation. It has become almost impossible for an individual to hold political office either by appointment or election without patronizing a godfather because of their power and influence. In the light of this, this long essay critica...

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99. CIVIL SERVANT INDISCIPLINE AND ITS EFFECT ON WORK PRODUCTIVITY

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This research presents the investigation into the effects of civil servant indiscipline on work productivity, the National Revenue Authority in Ogun State was used as the location for the study and a total of 100 staff was sampled. Data was gathered using a self -constructed questionnaire and the result gotten was analyzed using the simple percentage method. The validity and reliability of instrument were ascertained. The result of the study reveals tha...

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100. CIVIL SOCIETY AND ITS IMPACT ON DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA 2003-2013

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The role of civil society in democratic consolidation in Nigeria is an indisputable fact of the nation democratic and developmental aspiration must be realized. The installation of democratic governance was largely in part to civil society activities. However, there has been genuine concern as to the continued effectiveness of civil society consolidating democracy in Nigeria. This study is therefore a critical analysis of civil society in Nigeria. Its strai...

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101. IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF SECURITY AGENTS IN PORTS

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The Nigerian sea port has been of very serious economic concern to various administrations such that at regular times the management and administrators has been changed to meet up with world best practices and especially security challenges , considering the strategic nature of the maritime industry, the study used the qualitative research method and the study findings reveal the following among others, that Proper orientation has significa...

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102. INEFFECTIVENESS AND INEFFICIENCY OF THE CIVIL SERVICE IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out to examine the ineffectiveness and inefficiency of the civil service in Nigeria in eket local government area of Akwa ibom state. Specifically, the study examined how ineffective and inefficient is the civil service of Akwa Ibom) State, To identify factors that respon...

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103. THE EFFECT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF CIVIL SOCIETY ON SUSTAINING DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA WITH REFERENCE TO NLC

18 Student Researchers

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The study looked into the effect of the activities  of civil society on sustaining democracy in Nigeria with reference to Nlc. Specifically, the study aim to critically assess how Nigeria Labour Congress has contributed in sustaining democracy in Nigeria between 1999 to 2014,   identify factors that shapes the activities of the Nigeria Labour Congress from 1999 to 2014 and understand the nature of state-civil societ...

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104. THE NEXUS BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY OF BUHARI ADMINISTRATION (2015-2019)

18 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out to examine the nexus between democracy and its relation to national development. Specifically the President Buhari-led administration was examined. The study sought to elucidate the problems of democracy in Nigeria and the policies that could foster national development. The study employed the survey method and a total of 80 respondents from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) were enrolled in the...

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105. ECONOMIC DEPENDENCY AND THIRD WORLD UNDER-DEVELOPMENT; NIGERIA EXPERIENCE

18 Student Researchers

Abstract

This study examines the relationship between the third world countries and the western capitalist countries. It shows dependency as a phenomenon or problem of relationship that gave rise to the economic growth and development of the western world in expense of the third world societies which are economically underdeveloped, and lack  the capacity  and ability to control the economic system or productive processes of the societies....

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106. A PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF RUGA SETTLEMENT IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out on the perception of RUGA settlement in Nigeria. The continuous desiccation of the Sahara, inter alia, has mounted severe pressures on herding communities in the Sahel regions of Nigeria, leading to their downward movements to central and southern Nigeria in search of pastures for their flocks. This has culminated in terrific violent conflicts to which the RUGA is one of the intervention policies designed by the Nigerian governmen...

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107. APPRAISAL OF THE QUALITY OF POLITICAL COMMUNICATION DURING 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS

18 Student Researchers

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Political Communication is a sub-field of political science and communication that deals with the production, dissemination, procession and effects of information, both through media and interpersonally, within a political context. This includes the study of the media, the analysis of speeches by politicians and those that are trying...

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108. EFFECTS OF ELECTORAL VIOLENCE ON NIGERIA DEMOCRACY (2007-2011) A CASE STUDY OF SOUTH WEST

18 Student Researchers

Abstract

Electoral Violence has been one of the most prevalent forms of violence in Nigeria since the return of democracy in 1999. The manifestation of this violence has grown in magnitude and consequences from 2007-2011 with negative implications for democratic stability. With the use of oral and written sources; the attractiveness of political offices, poverty, a culture of impunity, and rigging among others have been indentified as factors responsible for electio...

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109. ASSESSMENT OF YOUTH ORGANIZATION’S PARTICIPATION IN THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN ABIA STATE, NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers

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The main purpose of this study was to assess youth organizations’ participation in planning and implementation of community development projects in Abia State. Four research questions and four null hypotheses were posed and formulated respectively to guide the study. The hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance. The related literature to the study was reviewed...

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110. ELECTIONS AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN NIGERIA

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Elections in Nigeria prior to 2011, were characterized by high level of propaganda, dissemination of fake and uncoordinated information, scarcity of airtime and space for citizen’s participation and other forms of traditional media fostered electoral prejudices. Electorates were at the mercy of the tradition media; Television, Radio, Newspaper, Magazines, etc. to interact with their candidates. The wide gap that existed between the electorates and the...

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111. ELECTORAL PROCESSES AND NATIONAL SECURITY

18 Student Researchers

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In this study we examined electoral processes and security challenges in Nigeria. We took special reference to the 2015 general elections and inferred to 2011 and 2019 elections in the country. The study seek to some research questions on the causes of electoral process malpractice and its implication on national security. The study due to its universal nature adopted both the qualitative and quantitative descriptive method of research. While, interviews we...

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112. ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA POLITICS

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Abstract

The Nigerian second Republic 1979 – 83 political system was base on the struggle for power among parties. This involves conflicts of interest and the actors are always eager to achieve their interest at the expense of others. Therefore, to achieve their respective ultimate aims they reports to bickering and violence. Electoral violence in Nigerian politics can be regarded as a sort of response to frustrating circumstance. Elections in Nigeria area a c...

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113. ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA: THE CASE OF ANAMBRA STATE GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS (2003 AND 2007)

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The research work examined the concept of Electoral Violence as perceived by some analysis of democratic elections. It traced the history of Electoral Violence in Nigeria. It also examined Electoral Violence during Governorship Elections in 2003 and 2007 with particular reference to Anambra State in the South Eastern Nigeria geo-political zone. The factors responsible for the Electoral Violence in 2003 and 2007 were examined. The work exposed the diverse d...

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114. FEDERAL CHARACTER PRINCIPLE AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION

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The Nigerian federation has been enmeshed in contradictions, paradoxes, controversies and crises. These are subsumed in the national question, and social groups of varying ideological leanings cohere on the central issues. The paper observes that the present application of the federal character principle as all bourgeois oriented and does very little to relieve the plight of the masses in Nigeria. The paper argues that the federal character...

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115. FREEDOM AND HUMAN RIGHT IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES

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The issues of human rights and freedom are topical in most sociopolitical discourse especially in the African continent given the plethora of cases of human rights abuse and unnecessary curtailment and most times outright denial of freedom to citizens. This constitutes a serious bane to the flowering of human potentialities and the general human well-being. This anomaly has however continued unabated despite the volumes that have been writt...

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116. GODFATHERISM AND CREDIBLE ELECTORAL PROCESS IN ANAMBRA STATE

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Those who perceive political offices as their birthright should rethink. So are those who make and break promises with impunity, hoping the people won’t remember. This study was undertaken to examine the effects of Godfatherism in the electoral process of Anambra state. The study employed the descriptive approach and therefore collected its data from primary sources. Moreover, the study discussed the problem of godfatherism and its im...

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117. ETHNIC MILITIA; A THREAT TO DEMOCRACY AND SECURITY IN NIGERIA

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This work on Ethnic militia in Nigeria and how it is a threat to the democracy and security of the nation is of immerse importance.

This study is a survey which utilized quantitative approaches. It examined in detail ethnic militia and how it stands as a threat to democracy and security in Nigeria using okrika Local Government of Rivers state as our case study. The surveys research method was used for this study.

In this study we found o...

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118. ETHNO-RELIGIOUS SENTIMENT AND VOTING BEHAVIOR IN NIGERIA

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This study was carried out on ethno-religion sentiments and voting behavior in Nigeria. The resurgence of voting pattern along ethnic identities during the 2015 presidential election never took an average Nigerian by surprise. The nature of Nigerian politics has always been premised on primordial factors that keep defining who gets what, how and when. The paper examines the ethnic colouration in the voting pattern of Nigerians during the election. The pape...

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119. EXAMINATION OF POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS TARGETING VOTERS VIA SOCIAL NETWORK SITE AND HOW IT AFFECTS VOTERS’ PREFERENCE  

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The use of social networking sites utilization in politics is obviously continued to grow in recent times. Since Barack Obama broke the world record in the history of social networks use for political purpose during the 2008 US presidential elections, many nations and politicians across the globe have continued to embrace the platform to mobilize their citizens and shape candidates preference on candidate and towards active participation in the political pr...

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120. ASSESSING DEMOCRACY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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This study was carried out to examine the concept of democracy and its relation to national development. Specifically the President Buhari-led administration was examined. The study sought to elucidate the problems of democracy in Nigeria and the policies that could foster national development. The study employed the survey method and a total of 80 respondents from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) were enrolled in the su...

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121. REVENUE ALLOCATION AND POLITICAL STABILITY IN NIGERIA 2010 TO 2015

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The Nigerian federalism has from the inception of managing the allocation of revenue among its component parts met with virulent protestation that has degenerated into perennial crisis. The locus of contention has always been the unacceptable modality or parameter adopted in the allocation of revenue. The outcome has become a defining factor of social, economic and political relations among the classes, groups and beliefs within the federat...

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122. AN ANALYSIS OF RELIGION AND POLITICAL CRISIS IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF KADUNA STATE)

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Background of the study

Since the early 1970s, Kaduna State has experienced various forms of conflict. Additionally, Kaduna State has become divided along religious, ethnic and socio-cultural lines with different beliefs and traditions. On the one hand there is the northern and Islamic Hausa/Fulani ethnicity, and on the other there are the southern indigenous communities that are predominantly Christian. The northern part of Kaduna State became dominated by Hausa-Fu...

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123. AN APPRAISAL OF THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIA

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The study was designed to assess the role of government in poverty alleviation in Kachia L.G.A, Kaduna state. From the NAPEP register, 52 participants and 52 non-participants were randomly selected. Data were collected through the use questionnaire and analysed, using descriptive and inferential statistical tools. Findings indicate that majority (67%) of the participants were male while 33% were female. About 40% of the participants were of the age range of 44-53 and 62% we...

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124. AN ASSESSMENT OF CORRUPTION AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF HALLIBURTON

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Nigeria is one of the Countries in Africa that loses billions of dollars yearly because of corruption. She was ranked the second most corrupt country in the world in 2004 [Olu-Olu, 2008]. In 2005 and 2008, Nigeria was ranked 13th and 17th respectively out of 146 countries by Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index [TICPI]. Although the 2007 ranking placed Nigeria as the 32nd most corrupt country out of 147 countries...

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125. IMPLICATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON THE SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA  

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The study examined the implication of unemployment on the socio economic development of Nigeria. The study indicated that youth unemployment has many negative effects to the society, economy, family, and individuals. From the response got from the questionnaires revealed that youth unemployment leads to poverty, low productivity, losses in foreign direct investment, low revenue generation, rural urban migration, illicit activities which increases insecurity...

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126. INDEPENDENCE OF THE JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC PERCEPTION A CASE STUDY OF JUSTICE WALTER ONNOGHEN

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This study was carried out on independence of the judiciary and public perception. The  a case study of Justice Walter Onnoghen. On Friday 25th January 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari, purportedly acting on an order of the Codeof Conduct Tribunal suspended the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Walter Onnoghen. The sudden suspension of the CJN raised concerns all over the country as well as on the international scene with many citing the timing and man...

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127. INEC AND 2019 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IN NIGERIA: A PROGNOSTICATION

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The INEC, as an instrument of processing democratic ideals and structures, is hopefully, expected to be a truly independent body that personifies the ideals of transparency, impartiality, accountability and responsiveness. This worldwide trend known as democratization has made the issue of election a crucial political imperative. Nigeria's experience with electoral politics has over the years been characterized by high incidence of electoral malaise...

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128. INSECURITY, A THREAT TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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The research proffers a conceptual and theoretical investigation on insecurity a threat to national development.The study is particularly important at such a time of Nigeria’s history. The apparent challenge of insurgency,terrorism, arm trafficking, ethnic crisis, arm-robbery etc constitute a great threat to security and national development.The research proffers measures to mitigate and eliminate insecurity to foster national development.

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129. INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS AND THE PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN NIGERIA

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Intergovernmental relations is associated with states having a federal administrative system where the relationship between the federal, central or national government and major sub-national units (province, region or state) are formally spelt out in the constitution. This seek to promote peace and harmony among the levels of government which are the federal, state and local government, to enhance the emergence of co-operative rather than competitive federa...

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130. KIDNAPPING IN NIGERIA IMPLICATIONS FOR NATIONAL SECURITY

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The study was set out with three objective to examine the various factors responsible for kidnapping in Nigeria, to determine the effect of kidnapping on national security and role of government in curbing the spread of the menace of kidnapping in Nigeria. The methodology used included the questionnaire as well as descriptive analysis of data presented. The study revealed that kidnapping has not only become a criminal phenomenon or an academic issue of disc...

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131. LABOUR UNREST AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF 2000-2013

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One of the major impediments to development in Nigeria is labour unrest. This is given the fact that no Nation can develop without human resource because they constitute and play very significant role in Nation building and development. The Nigerian case has been so pervasive that labour unrest extends to every situation when the Government takes major public policy decision that seems to affect the labour union and generally the masses wit...

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132. LOCAL GOVERNMENT AS A VEHICLE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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The study was carried out with the aim of assessing local government as a vehicle for economic development in Nigeria. The study focussed on the activities of Wushishi local government area of Niger state.

In doing this, both primary and secondary  data  were  colleted. The primary data were sourced through questionnaire drawn and interview conducted on some randomly selected residents and  staff of the local government. The da...

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133. LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM IN NIGERIA AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT

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Local government in modern day life is responsible for delivering basic goods and services to its local communities in faster, easier and more efficient manner. Local government is the level of government in Nigeria at which the momentum to sustain national development is created. The rural development initiated by local government is expected in terms of specific projects such as kilometers of rural roads constructed and maintained; borehole and deep wells sink or rehabili...

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134. MOBILIZING THE YOUTH FOR SELF-HELP: AN ASSESSMENT OF SELF-HELP INITIATIVE

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This research was carried out to study the relevance of community self-help initiatives to rural development in Nigeria with special focus on selected organizations in Suru LGA. It has been observed that successive governments in Nigeria for too long have neglected the rural organizations. There is very little evidence to suggest that past policies of government made significant impact in terms of accomplishing improved quality of life for the over 70% of Nigerians that liv...

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135. THE NIGER DELTA CRISIS – AN EVALUATION OF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE AMNESTY OPTION

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Oil producing communities of Nigeria known as the Niger Delta region has been a region characterized with fierce violent conflict for more than a decade. The conflict is between successive Nigerian governments and their collaborating oil companies, and militant groups from the region. The core issue in the conflict are the social –economic deprivations and denial of resource control which were occasioned by corporate malfeasance and indifference of su...

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136. PARTY SYSTEM AND NIGERIA POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT

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In summary, this research work which was based on the topic: party system and Nigeria political development in Nigeria, The researcher rightly pointed that, this work was not based on any prejudice or any personal grudges, rather, it was accessed in line with the past and present experience. In other words, the work is categorically divided into chapters. The researched showed that that, there is no relationship between multi-party system and democratic con...

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137. PARTY POLITICS AND ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

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The conducts of elections to governmental offices are always branded with various preparatory events and political schemes that contenders embrace to surface as its party’s contestant, in advance to contesting against other party’s candidates in a general election. These strategies range from campaign, political movements, lobbying, promotions, and private connections. The researcher used qualitative research survey design in building up this pr...

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138. PATRON -CLIENT POLITICS AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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Background of study

Richard A. Joseph… is usually credited with first using the term prebendalism to describe patron-client or neopatrimonialism in Nigeria. Since then the term has commonly been used in scholarly literature and textbooks. The Catholic Encyclopedia defines a prebend as the “right of member of chapter to his share in the revenues of a cathedral.” Joseph used the term to describe the sense of entitlement that many people in Niger...

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139. PEOPLE PERCEPTION OF THE ABUSE OF DEMOCRACY IN THE SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT  

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This study examined people’s perception of the abuse of democracy in the socio-political development. The study used two survey instruments (questionnaires, and In-depth discussion) to collect the primary data and the secondary data using documentary method. The data was quantitatively and qualitatively presented and analyzed through triangulation method. The Modernization Theory was adopted to analyze the phenomena of democratic rule, good governanc...

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140. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

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ABSTRACT

At independence, the economies of Nigeria and India were dominated by primary production, mainly agriculture. However, within some decades, India transformed and overtook Nigeria, emerging as one of the fastest growing economies in the world, while Nigeria’s development lagged behind considerably. This research comparatively assessed the role of leadership in economic development experiences of these two countries from the period of t...

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141. POLITICAL PARTIES AND DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN NIGERIA’s FOURTH REPUBLIC: 1999-2015

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This study was undertaken to evaluate political parties and democratic consolidation in Nigeria. Three objectives and three research questions were formulated to guide the research. The study adopted thematic format in its literature review. The theoretical framework used was structural functionalism and research design used in the study was expos facto design and content analysis was used to evaluate the topic under discussion in line with eac...

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142. POLITICAL PARTIES AND POLITICS OF SECOND TERM

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In democratization of any nation political parties play a very critical role. Central to the successes and failures of electoral politics is the cardinal and strategic functions of this all important and an integral organ of democratization which is core to its development, and this organ has not lived up to expectation in its supposed role of consolidating democracy in Nigeria, via its inability to tackle its challenges towards that drive. The dawn of the...

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143. POLITICS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND STATE CREATION

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Abstract

Agitations for state creation are almost as old as the Nigerian nation. The more states that are created, the more the problem they are intended to solve persists. Just as the exercises enfeeble the constituent units vis-à-vis the federal government so do they detach the units one from the other. The state creation exercises have heightened the indigene-non-indigene phenomenon (statism) which is antithetical to a sense of common nationhood. The feder...

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144. POLITICS OF RECRUITMENT IN THE ENUGU STATE CIVIL SERVICE (1999-2010)

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The availability of a competent and effective labour force does not just happen by chance but through an articulate recruitment and selection exercise. However, recruitment and selection procedures in the Nigerian public service have been severely politicized by both politicians and top bureaucrats. This research work examined politicization of recruitment in the Enugu State Civil Service 1999-2010. The data used in this study was collected from both primary and secondary s...

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145. POST ELECTORAL VIOLENCE AND THE THREAT TO NATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

 

One of the most recurring decimal in Africa is electoral violence mostly in the last three decades and it has turned to political nightmares in the midst of other related violence that have both political and economic implications on national development within the continent. Election is a cardinal stance within which political offices are held in democratic settings. Therefore, election is an attribute of democracy all over the world. However, the winner-t...

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146. POVERTY AND ELECTORAL VIOLENCE IN NIGERIA

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This study focuses mainly on the effect of poverty on electoral violence among youths in Donga L.G.A., which has become a thorn to the effective workings of democratic values, especially, in the conduct of free and fair elections. Since the re-emergence of democratic rule, in Nigeria and Donga L.G.A. in particular, in 1999, political violence has being playing a prominent role in political processes that threatens the emergence of people oriented government. It is against t...

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147. PRAGMATIC ANALYSIS OF SELECTED POLITICAL SPEECHES OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI 

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This study was undertaken to identify the pragmatic acts of locution, illocution and perlocution of President Muhammadu Buhari’s speeches during the campaign build-up of the March 2015 general elections. To do this, the study adopted the Speech Act Theory of Austin (1962) and Searle (1969) using the illocutionary acts of expressive, commissive, declarative, directive, assertive and verdictive. The data for the study were drawn from five purposively selected speeches o...

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148. THE LEVEL OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN RURAL AREAS

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The findings of this research indicate that, majority of respondents based on age are between age range of twenty four years to twenty nine (24-29) which constituted the highest percentage.  Likewise, the research findings, revealed that majority of respondents participated in the last general election in which most of them capacitated as voters, while, the majority of the respondents revealed they influenced by money and religion to participate in the...

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149. THE MARGINALIZATION OF WOMEN IN POLITICS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF WOMEN

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This study is carried out on the marginalization of women in politics and its effect on the development of women. The study was carried out in Igabi Local Government Area, Kaduna State. Marginalization of women in economic development and in social and political spaces is a worldwide phenomenon; however, it is worse in developing countries. In Nigeria, despite the adoption of the United Nations’ Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimina...

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150. RUGA SETTLEMENT INITIATIVE: A PANACEA FOR CONFLICT BETWEEN HERDSMEN AND FARMERS IN NIGERIA

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Recent Killings and destruction of lives and property by a particular tribe known as the Fulani has been on the spot light for some time. Their actions against the farmers have rendered so many homeless and incapacitated. This situation is appalling as every passing day brings in fresh news about death and destruction carried out by this group. Nigeria as a country has been raped and traumatized by this group and its constant actions puts the country at a g...

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151. SOCIAL MEDIA AND DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

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This study analyzed how online news media covered the 2015 presidential election in Nigeria. The aim is to establish the level of attention different parties received, portrayal of the parties and direction of reports. Three online media Viz: Sahara Reporters, Scan news and Premium Times were purposively selected. The period of the study was 1st January to 27th March 2015. 384 respondents were randomly selected from each city as the sample size. Data were...

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152. SOURCES AND MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE IN NIGERIA [A CASE STUDY OF KWALI AREA COUNCIL, FCT, ABUJA]

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This work is carried out to examine the sources and management of revenue in Local Government Areas in Nigeria. The study examined the subject matter giving a particular emphasis to Kwali Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. it also discussed some related authors view. The use of questionnaire interview were adopted in collecting data. The finding of this study reveals that the local governments are reluctant and that grant is most dependab...

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153. THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE AFRICAN MIGRANTS: DILEMMA OF BALANCING SECURITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

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With objective of examines the response of the EU toward the rising number of African migrants in the light of human rights principles, this study assess whether the policy as well as practical measures of the EU is parallel with the international obligation under human rights law in the protection of African migrants. The paper also assesses how the economic, social and political condition in Africa has forced Africans to be immigrants. Also examines t...

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154. THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION IN APC/BUHARI GOVERNMENT AND IT'S EFFECT ON NIGERIANS

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Abstract

Nigeria corruption has emanated from historical, economic, political, geographical, cultural and social factors. In all of these, corruption, and in particular official corruption remains a controversial issue in all typologies of governments since her amalgamation in 1914. Therefore, there exist unresolved approach in the policies of past governments to fight and minimize corruption both in the public and private sectors. The fact that se...

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155. THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN CONSOLIDATION OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

This study was undertaken to evaluate political participation and democratic consolidation in Nigeria. Three objectives and three research questions were formulated to guide the research. The study adopted thematic format in its literature review. The theoretical framework used was structural functionalism and research design used in the study was expos facto design and content analysis was used to evaluate the topic under discussion in line wi...

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156. THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF PDP: 1999-2007

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Abstract

There is a profound paradox about the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Nigeria. The party, which earned the respect and admiration of most Nigerians, in the period between 1999-2007 due to its politics and policies. This work based on direct study and use of secondary data examines the role of the PDP in governance in the period (1999-2007). The work revealed that the PDP government has grossly been disappointing in its performance in the management of the...

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157. THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF PDP: 1999-2007

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Abstract

There is a profound paradox about the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Nigeria. The party, which earned the respect and admiration of most Nigerians, in the period between 1999-2007 due to its politics and policies. This work based on direct study and use of secondary data examines the role of the PDP in governance in the period (1999-2007). The work revealed that the PDP government has grossly been disappointing in its performance in the management of the...

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158. THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF PDP: 1999-2007

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ABSTRACT

There is a profound paradox about the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Nigeria. The party, which earned the respect and admiration of most Nigerians, in the period between 1999-2007 due to its politics and policies. This work based on direct study and use of secondary data examines the role of the PDP in governance in the period (1999-2007). The work revealed that the PDP government has grossly been disappointing in its performance in the management of the...

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159. THE ROLE OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA/INTERNET ON DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN NIGERIA  

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This study was carried out on the role of electronic media/internet on democratic consolidation in Nigeria. The electronic media or internet has become almost an inseparable part of human life in places where they exist. In recent times, electronic media have evolved new forms of democracy, government, and have become a clear and more effective voice of many. This study maked use of both the primary and secondary sources of data. The use of questionnaire wa...

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160. THE ROLE OF FOREIGN ELECTION OBSERVERS IN DEMOCRATIC ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

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 The paper is about the foreign observers in presidential Election in Nigeria for 2015. Its conduct and general outcomes. It elucidates on its preparation, campaign promises, party manifestoes of the two major contesting parties — the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC). Information from the electoral umpire — the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) puts the number of registered...

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161. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE WAR AGAINST INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM: ANALYSIS OF THE INVASION OF IRAQ

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ABSTRACT

This study takes a critical examination of the United States posture against international terrorism and eventual military invasion of Iraq in 2003. On the strength of data generated from secondary sources, and through objective content analysis and ex-post facto research design, we have been able to validate our hypothesis; viz, that the invasion of Iraq by the United States and her Western allies has not reduced the incidence of global terrorism and that...

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162. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP IN ACHIEVING ORGANISATIONAL GOALS. (A CASE STUDY OF ORIADE LOCAL COUNCIL DEVEVOPMENT AREA, LAGOS STATE).

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This study was carried out to examine the significance of effective leadership in achieving organizational goals using three (3) selected organizations in Oriade LCDA of Lagos State as case study. A total of 82 respondents were validated and used for this study. The study shows that Organization has complex system and consists of many divisions as well need a role of a leader that can handle all complexities within organization. Organization and leaders...

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163. UNEMPLOYMENT AND SECURITY CHALLENGES IN AFRICA

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ABSTRACT

This study was carried out on unemployment and security challenges in Africa. Nigeria as a country gained her independence on October 1st 1960 and after a temporary civilian government and a long reign of military power, which experienced a series of coup d’état it was restored to a democratic federation in 1999. A country with a population of over 168 million and rich in both human and natural resources faces some concerns such as corruption and security chall...

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164. COMBATING CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (EFCC)

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ABSTRACT

Writing on a project topic like ‘combating corruption in Nigeria; case study of the EFCC has presented numerous challenges, bearing in mind that not very many people are aware of the scope of responsibility being handled by the ant -graft body.

The journey takes one through in the first  instance the creating of an overview of the fact that corruption really has Nigerian in its stragle hold, the recognition of the harm the corruption en...

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165. TERRORISM AND ITS IMPLICATION ON GLOBAL SECURITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY

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The research presented in this work highlights a complex and rapidly changing set of dynamics in global terrorism. While on the one hand the top-line statistics highlight an improvement in the levels of global terrorism, the continued intensification of terrorism in some countries is a cause for serious concern, and highlights the fluid nature of modern terrorist activity. 2015 saw the total number of deaths decrease by ten per cent, the fi...

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166. VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS BY THE MILITARY REGIME

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This study was carried out to examine the violation of human rights by the military regime.  Specifically, the study examined why the rich in Nigeria not subject to the law as the poor are. The study also, examine the role of the Nigeria government to help checkmate the rapid rise of human rights violation. And finally, if the Nigeria police really helping to enforce the law and if so why is there favoritism in enforcing the law.  The study employ...

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167. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN NIGERIA POLITICS  

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Abstract

This study or research on women empowerment in Nigerian politics is divided into five (5) chapters. The first chapter is on the topic that deals with the introductory part of the study by providing a comprehensive historical background to the study, identifying the major problems, grapples with the review of relevant literatures and the methodological issues involved in the research process. Chapter two (2) highlights the relationship between politics and w...

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168. THE CONSEQUENCES OF HANDING OVER POWER TO GOVERNMENT FROM A DIFFERENT POLITICAL PARTY TO ANOTHER

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

A change of administration following a general election tests both the quality and the effectiveness of government. This research examines how such transitions have worked in Nigeria in the past, at different levels of the Nigerian government and in comparable parliamentary systems of the nation. The main focus is on elections where a change of government was expected to occur. The formal handover from one administration to a...

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169. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CROSS BORDER CRIMES AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF ECOWAS MEMBER STATES (A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA)

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Abstract

The study discovered in details the security challenges in the era of globalization in Nigeria and ECOWAS members state is a course for concern. It also hinges on the improvements of border security because it is important and its protection is equated to national security. The challenges posed by trans-border activities are signs of substantial danger to the political, social and economic stability of states. The extent of these crimes co...

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170. ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN SOBA AND ZARIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS KADUNA STATE (2006-2011)

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ABSTRACT

 

This research work attempts to assess the impact of Local Government on rural development in Soba and Zaria Local Government areas, Kaduna State. Local Governments were primarily designed to meet the basic needs and aspirations of the rural communities. Fundamentally, government needs to place rural development at the top of the agenda of National Development in realization of the fact that enhanced rural development is a prerequisite f...

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171. BRAIN DRAIN AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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The thrust of this work is the evaluation of the expropriation of Nigeria’s vital human resources through the brain drain and its implications for its overall development. Nigeria has been adjudged a top emigration country on account of the continuous efflux of its human resources to all parts of the world. Despite the lack of agreement about the exact migrant stock of Nigerians in the diaspora, Nigeria is listed among the top remittance receiving cou...

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172. THE LEGISLATURE AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA

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Abstract

legislation and good governance are indispensable in a democratic system to enhance social, political and economic development of society. Lack of legislation and good governance in a nation could pose as a major problem. The systemic approach as a theoretical framework of analysis is adopted. This research instrument used for the collection of data is the secondary source of data. The research reviewed that democracy and good governance of 7th assembly, to...

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173. THE IMPACT OF GOOD LEADERSHIP IN OUR SOCIETY (A CASE STUDY OF GOVERNOR ADAMS OSHOMHOLE’S ADMINISTRATION)

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          The major purpose of this study is to determine the impact of good leadership in our society using Governor Adams Oshomhole’s Administration as a case study. To achieve a meaning full result for this study, different method was used to gather information.

          The raw scores data obtained from the questionnaire were analyzed and interpret...

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174. THE POLITICIZATION OF RELIGION IN NORTHERN NIGERIA AND ITS EFFECTS ON THE NIGERIA FEDERALISM

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ABSTRACT

This project is basically on the politicization of religion in Northern Nigeria and its effects on the Nigerian federalism.

The essence of this study is to look at how religion is politicized in Nigeria and suggests possible ways of resolving its attendants problems on Nigerian federalism.

The study is carried out using both the primary and secondary data methods, where questio...

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175. DEMOCRACY AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA ( A CASE STUDY OF ASABA, LGA)

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BACKGROUND OF STUDY

The Nigerian state assumed a new governance status in 1999 following the demise of authoritarian regime in the country. Military dictatorship was replaced by representative democracy with the hopes and aspirations of good governance much higher than what the seemingly collapsible democratic institutions could fulfill. The source and nature of transition in 1999 was later found to constitute threat to the foundation of democracy and obliterates th...

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176. YOUTHS AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

 

This research work captioned to explore the effort, role and contributions of youth in electoral process, in Kaduna north local government area Kaduna metropolis in 2015 general election. The research work examined the factors hindering youth participation in the last general elections where emphases was placed on lack of adequate knowledge and information on electoral process, lack of adequate education, deprivation, unemployment and a...

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177. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF REVENUE GENERATION IN NIGERIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT SYSTEM

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This study is on the impact of local government finance on efficient service delivery in Nigeria. The study examined the relationship between revenue generation and service delivery. The study used survey research method. The primary data was collected through the use of questionnaire in soliciting information from the respondents about the management of revenue generated and services delivered. Pearson chi-square was used for data analysis to show the rela...

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178. AN ASSESSMENT OF ANTI-CORRUPTION CRUSADE UNDER GOODLUCK JONATHAN AND MUHAMMADU BUHARI ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

Corruption has been an accepted cancerous disease that overtime has eaten deep into the soil of Nigeria. Corruption practices are not longer hidden, as it takes place in the schools, workplaces, worship centres and the family. Integrity has been gradually sacrificed for mundane things. Even the status of the country has been trampled under foot because it has lost both national and international honor as a result of her records in corrupt practices. Several...

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179. CATTLE RANCHING AS A PANACEA TO HERDSMEN CRISES IN NIGERIA

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Abstract

It is no longer news that there is a fracas between the herdsmen and farmers in Benue state and other part of Nigeria which has led to the loss of dozens of lives and properties in the state. The conflict of interest between the herdsmen and the farmers on open grazing can be said to be the architect of this conflict. Many stakeholders in the region believe that establishment of cattle ranching is the solution to this precarious situation. It is in view of...

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180. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ONLINE CAMPUS OPINION POLL SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA)

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The paper aims at designing and implementing a simple and concise system that collects opinions of university students concerning a subject matter via simple voting. The quest to voice out one’s opinion or thoughts on an issue in an effective, anonymous and faster method remains a challenge for most tertiary institutions in Nigeria. This online opinion poll system aims at bridging the gap between the students and management of schools in a simpler and...

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181. FISCAL FEDERALISM AND RESOURCE CONTROL IN NIGERIA: THE WAY FORWARD

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 Abstract

This study is on fiscal federalism and resource control in Nigeria. The total population for the study is 200 residents of selected communities in Delta state. The researcher used questionnaires as the instrument for the data collection. Descriptive Survey research design was adopted for this study. A total of 133 respondents made civil servants, youths, elderly men and elderly women were used for the study. The data collected were presented in tables...

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182. THE INFLUENCE OF GODFATHERISM IN NIGERIA POLITICS IN THE FOURTH REPUBLIC

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ABSTRACT

The discourse of godfatherism had so much influenced the socio-economic and political life of the nation especially in the fourth republic. It had gained much attention at the present time as a result of its need forms of articulation. It has become almost impossible for an individual to hold political office either by appointment or election without patronizing a godfather because of their power and influence. In the light of this, this long essay critica...

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183. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ON-LINE VOTING SYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF ENSIEC ENUGU)

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ABSTRACT

Voting is a very important process in the Nigerian political system.  It is one of the means and most effective method of ensuring a legitimate government through popular participation.  To enthrone sound democracy and stability in the political system of the Enugu state a system of rig-free voting has to be put in place. The system would among others discourage double voting, forgery or hoarding of electoral materials massive transfer of ballot p...

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184. FEDERALISM AND NATION-BUILDING IN NIGERIA: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS

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Abstract

This study is on federalism and nation building: the challenges and prospect. The total population for the study is 200 staff of National assembly, Abuja. The researcher used questionnaires as the instrument for the data collection. Descriptive Survey research design was adopted for this study. A total of 133 respondents made supervisors, computer operators, senior staffs and junior staff were used for the study. The data collected were presented in tables...

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185. SECURITY CHALLENGES AND ECONOMY OF THE NIGERIAN STATE

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Abstract 

This study examines security challenges and economy of the Nigerian state . The paper seeks to find out the extent to which the internal security  problems have adversely impacted on the Nigerian economy within the above period. The study adopts the Democratic Peace Thesis and Relative Deprivation Theories as framework of analysis. Secondary data was mostly used in the study largely due to the nature of the research pro...

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186. ELECTION VIOLENCE AND DEMOCRACTICS STABILITY IN NIGERIA

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Abstract

This study is on election violence and democratic stability in Nigeria. The total population for the study is 200 staff of AKISIEC, Akwa Ibom state. The researcher used questionnaires as the instrument for the data collection. Descriptive Survey research design was adopted for this study. A total of 133 respondents made presiding officers, electoral officers, administrative staff and junior staff were used for the study. The data collected were presented in...

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187. ELECTION RIGGING AND POLITICAL INSTABILITY IN NIGERIA

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Abstract

In human society, politics is seen as every day game, individuals or group struggle to dominate over the activities of life. This is why the great Greek philosopher Aristotle saw man as a political animal. This has come to justify that politics started from time immemorial but the method of playing it (politics) among or between individuals and nations varied. In the course of acquisition of power, violence of all kinds seems to occur especially during ele...

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188. EFFECT OF POLITICAL INSTABILITY ON IMPLEMENTATION OF NIGERIA POLICY ON SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION

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ABSTRACT

 

        The researcher choose the topic that is titled “the effect of political instability on the implementation of the Nigeria policy on secondary school education, which is aimed at identifying the effect of political crisis in education.

        Five research questions were generated from the research topic which sought to find...

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189. THE ELECTORIAL PROCESS AND NATIONAL SECURITY: A CASE STUDY OF 2011 AND 2015 ELECTIONS

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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The cornerstone of competitive elections and democracy is free and fair election. The credibility and legitimacy accorded an election victory is determined by the extent to which the process is free and fair (Garuba, 2007;Bogaards, 2007). Free and fair election serves the purpose of legitimizing such government. In fact, the quality of elections is part of the criteria for assessing the level of consolidation of new democracies. Elections ar...

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190. The Concept of Godfatherism and its influence on Nigeria Politics and Politician

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Abstract

This study was carried out to examine the concept of god-fatherism and its influence on Nigeria politics and politician. There has been a lot of crises in Nigerian politics and Administration - a crisis of confidence in our elected officials, a lost of faith in our democratic government and an increasing frustration at government, and more also, an increasing frustration at the irrelevance of individual’s vote in our political process. All these cris...

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191. GOOD GOVERNANCE AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT  

18 Student Researchers

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This research studies Good Governance and conflict resolution in Anambra state with focus on the Umuleri and Aguleri communities’ experience. Both communities were engulfed in intractable conflicts over the ownership of Otuocha land. Aside the contest over land, both communities have been engaged in the reconstruction of their history with each claiming to be the direct descendant of Eri. The research adopts qualitative evaluation method....

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192. THE ROLE OF RADIO IN MOBILIZING ELECTORATE TOWARDS PARTICIPATING IN GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION

18 Student Researchers

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The flexibility of radio makes it a unique tool in reaching diverse audience including those in rural area on socio-economy and political matters. It is on this notion that this examines the role of radio in mobilizing electorate towards participating in Ondo state Governorship election in Akure. Survey research method was adopted coupled with 200 copies of questionnaires that were printed and administered to the respondents within Akure Townsh...

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193. INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS AND THE PRACTICE OF FEDERALISM IN NIGERIA (THE BAYELSA STATE EXPERIENCE)

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NIGERIAN FEDERALISM and Intergovernmental  relation is dated back to the colonial era. However, a trace of the Nigerian federation shows that the relationship between the central and state, state and state, federal state and local government and local government and local government have been that of competition tensions and conflicts occasioned by the diversify historically, linguistically, culturally,  religious, and otherwise in th...

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194. THE POLICY OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF TELECOMMUNICATION

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Abstract

It is because of social issues like economic inequalities, unemployment that made the state to interfere in economy of Nigeria. Government chose public sector as a means or medium for economic and social development due to poor managerial skill, weak technological base etc, this enhanced the zeal to establish various enterprise institutions in Nigeria. Then, due to inadequate capital and lack of finance, public enterprises...

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195. POLITICAL LEADERSHIP AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA. (A STUDY OF BABANGIDA’S ADMINISTRATION)

18 Student Researchers

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A CURSORY GLANCE AT THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF NIGERIA WILL REVEAL THAT UNDERDEVELOPMENT HAS PERSISTED IN SPITE OF INDEPENDENCE AND ABUNDANT RESOURCES AVAILABLE IN THE CONTRARY. THE CARDINAL QUESTION IS WHY HAS NIGERIA NOT DEVELOPED GIVEN YEARS IN INDEPENDENCE AND ABUNDANT HUMAN AND MATERIAL RESOURCES ESPECIALLY DURING GOWON THROUGH BABANGIDA’S REGIME. THIS WORK EXAMINES UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA VIS-À-VIS POLITICAL LEADERS FOCUSING ON IBRAHI...

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196. THE QUEST FOR POLITICAL POWER THROUGH VIOLENCE

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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Political class continue to arm the youths, employ them to commit heinous crimes, shed blood at every critical pint of life especially during election period; water the streets with blood of the youths themselves, innocent by-stands passersby. Politicians themselves are assassinated in broad day and in  cold; bodies, souls and destines are wantonly destroyed in the Manichean quest for political power even the conferences held to pontifi...

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197. THE ELECTORAL PROCESS AND DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF INEC

18 Student Researchers

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The cornerstone of competitive elections and democracy is free and fair election. The credibility and legitimacy accorded an election victory is determined by the extent to which the process is free and fair (Garuba, 2007; Bogaards, 2007). Free and fair election serves the purpose of legitimizing such government. In fact, the quality of elections is part of the criteria for assessing the level of consolidation of new democra...

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198. POLITICAL ELITES AND DEVELOPMENT CRISIS IN NIGERIA.A CASE STUDY OF SOUTHERN IJAW LGA OF BAYELSA STATE

18 Student Researchers

BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

        Presently, the crisis of development is the most serious problem facing Nigeria and Africa as a whole. This is because the country has remained largely underdeveloped despite the presence of huge mineral and human resources. Several decades after the end of colonialism, most parts of Africa with Nigeria inclusive is still fighting with problems such as high poverty rate, lack of basic infrastructural...

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199. THE IMPACT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE SOCIETY (A CASE STUDY OF ILAJE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

18 Student Researchers

ABSTRACT

This research work was carried out with the view to investigate the impact of local government in the society using Ilaje Local Government Area as a case study.

The research work is divided into five chapters, chapter one works on the background of the study, the statement of the problem, objective of the study, scope of the study, purpose of the study, significance of the study, statement of hypothesis and definition of terms.

 Cha...

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200. AN EVALUATION OF INDEPENDENT NATIONAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION (INEC AND IT’S ROLE IN GENERAL ELECTION)

18 Student Researchers

Abstract

This study evaluate the role of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in general elections in Nigeria. In a developing democracy like Nigeria, the power of the electoral management body to determine the outcome of elections cannot be emphasized. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was hailed as the deciding factor in producing elections that were largely viewed as credible and fair in 2011. However, the 2015 elections produced e...

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201. THE ROLES OF WOMEN IN POLITICS AS WELL AS THE PROSPECTS AND CONSTRAINTS OF THEIR PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS

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Abstract

 This study examined the role of women in politics and in the sustenance of democracy in Nigeria alongside prospects and constraints. It elicited their challenges, experiences and contributions to the democratic process. Strategies that can assist women realize their political leadership potentials were proffered. Questionnaires were administered on 700 randomly selected female politicians, activists and professionals in government a...

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202. THE ROLES OF ELECTIONS IN MAINTAINING DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA

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Abstract

Is there any hope for genuine democratic practice in Nigeria? This study was designed to examine the roles of elections in maintaining democracy in Nigeria. (A Case Study of 2007 General Elections).The analysis of the questionnaire in which the descriptive types of analysis was used exhibits the clear responses of the respondents. Thereby discourage the null hypothesis of the findings. Although, the recommendations were provided, so as to know how the roles...

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203. THE MILITARY AND NIGERIA POLITICS: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE DOMINATION OF THE MILITARY OF THE NIGERIA POLITICAL SPACE 1999 TO 2015  

18 Student Researchers

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This study was carried out to examine the military and nigeria politics: an assessment of the domination of the military of the nigeria political space 1999 to 2015. Specifically, the study  examine the historical antecedent in Nigeria from 1966 to 1976. the study also  investigate The role of military rule in transition to democracy from 1976. lastly, the study  evaluate  the domination of the military of the Nigeria political space 199...

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204. THE EFFECT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON VOTING BEHAVIOUR IN NIGERIA [A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED VOTERS IN LAGOS STATE]

18 Student Researchers

Abstract

The advent of internet and technology has exposed majority of the global population to different interactive platforms on which different kinds of information is exchanged which might significantly have effect on human behaviour, decision and judgment (CES, 2012). Social media are new information network and information technology using a form of communication utilizing interactive and user-produced content, and interpersonal relationships are created and...

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205. EFFECT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF AN ORGANIZATION  

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Corporate governance is regarded as the key foundation for effective organizational performance and for organizations to be more productive, governed and controlled. The level of collapse of institutions and failure of firms across the world has also emphasized the need to study the ways by which organizations are governed and controlled. Lee (2008) defined corporate governance as a system by which business corporations are directed and controlled. The corporate governance...

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206. THE MOBILIZATION OF WOMEN IN ILORIN POLITICS 1979-2003

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this work is to reveal the women in politics.  

Chapter one deals with the introductory aspect of the project work.

  Chapter two deal with the historical antecedent of mobilizing women in politics.

Chapter three deals with the mobilization of women for politic in Ilorin.

Finally, chapter deals with the political achievement of women mobilization and the socio political and economic impact of...

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207. THE USE OF STATE BROADCAST MEDIA AS PROPAGANDA MACHINERY BY STATE GOVERNMENT

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In several quarters, there have been allegation making round, that state governments use their state Broadcast media as propaganda machinery. The focus is to investigate such allegation using Enugu State Broadcasting Service (ESBS) radio/TV as a case study. The study was based on critical theory by staurt Hall. The theory views the means by which the “haves o...

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208. PUBLIC POLICY AND GRASS ROOT DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF NATIONAL POVERTY ERADICATION PROGRAMME ON ASARI-TORU L. G. A OF RIVER STATE)

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ABSTRACT

          In am attempt to develop and improve the standard of living and eradicate poverty in Asari – Torm local government area this study was carried out, it highlighted public policy and grass root development in Nigeria, with a critical appraisal of the National Poverty Eradication Programme. The programme uses personnel, money and material resources to achieve its goals and objectives...

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209. IMPACT OF POVERTY REDUCTION ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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Extreme poverty is a global challenge facing all regions of the world including developed economies of Europe and North America but particularly serious in developing countries of Asia and Africa. Indeed, poverty reduction is an indispensable precondition for sustainable development, which entails meeting human development goals while at the same time sustaining the ability for the future. This study examined the impact of poverty reduction on sustainable d...

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210. POLITICAL PARTY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: AN OPINION SURVEY OF THE THREE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS OF EDO STATE, NIGERIA (1999 – 2012)

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ABSTRACT

This study examines, investigates, and surveys opinion of Nigerians on some of the factors that influence party and party system development in Nigeria, using data elicited from the three Senatorial Districts of Edo State, Nigeria.  The exercise was embarked upon against the background of widespread desire of Nigerians for the country to attain the highest height of party politics.  To be sure, Nigerians have been clamouring for the country to evo...

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211. NIGERIA FEDERALISM AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY

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 Abstract

This study is on Nigeria federalism and local government autonomy. The total population for the study is 200 staff of Ofu local government of Kogi state. The researcher used questionnaires as the instrument for the data collection. Descriptive Survey research design was adopted for this study. A total of 133 respondents made of directors, counselors, senior staff and junior staff were used for the study. The data collected were presented in tables and...

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212. LEGISLATION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA (A case study of the 7th assembly)

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Background of the study

The co-ordination of the system, people, and the polity is the responsibility of government who is the  custodian of the sovereignty of the entire citizenry which collectively and willingly they have submitted to it in return for peaceful and meaningful co-existence propelled by law and good government.  It is therefore pertinent to say that  the responsibility  of the government is to provide effective and efficient frame...

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213. gender-inequality-and-women-participation-in-politics-the-nigeria-experience

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Statement of Research Problem

Gender inequality especially in the political arena is a serious challenge being faced by women in Kaduna State.

The statement of the problem therefore, is the issue of economic disadvantage which might have impacted negatively on the women’s participation in the 2011 general election in Kaduna State.

​​​​​​​Objectives of the Study

The objective, which this research work seeks to achi...

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214. CARD READER AS A TOOL FOR ELECTION TRANSPARENCY (2015 ELECTION)

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1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY

The electoral process in Nigeria has gain a lot of transparency since the inception of the use of card reader as the tool for the credibility. The continuous occurrence of electoral malpractice in Nigeria political election has had a negative effect on its reputation and reliability.

According to (Akinboye, 2005) states that the effective management of the Nigeria electoral process has become significantly imperative political demand...

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215. INEC AND CHALLENGES OF MONITORING POLITICAL PARTY CAMPAIGN FINANCING IN NIGERIA

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Abstract

Democracy is a system in which the government is controlled by the people, and in which people are considered equals in the exercise of that control. However, unequal access to political finance contributes to an uneven political playing field.

The main objective of this study is to examine the role of Inec and challenges of monitoring political party campaign financing in Nigeria .

The study is restricted to the role of Inec and challenges of monitoring...

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216. PROPAGANDA IN POLITICS THE USE OF LANGUAGE FOR EFFECT IN ELECTIONEERING CAMPAIGN ( A case study of 2015 General election)

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Abstract 

The words perform actions. Language and, in fact, words have different functions and, according to J.L Austin's speech act theory, written and spoken expressions have a particular effect that they should have on the listener. Many scholars have written on political campaigning and on a universal trend: propaganda in Nigeria. The researcher believes that the related work previously carried out in the field of research was not able to analyze the s...

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217. EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF JOHN LOCKE’S SOCIAL CONTRACT THEORY ON GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA (1999 – 2000)

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ABSTRACT

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic society with a conglomerate of nations each with distinct and unique identities and values but fused together as a state by European imperialism in Africa as perfected by British colonialism. Since the advent of British rule following amalgamation of the colonies in 1914 through independence in 1960 and date, there has been plethora of governments and various constitutions aimed at arriving at a social contract that serves all ethnics on the basis...

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218. PRIVATE PUBLIC PARTNERSHIPS (PPP) AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURAL SECTOR IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF ANCHOR BORROWER PROGRAM OF CBN IN EDO STATE 2015 – 2020

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ABSTRACT

Nigeria as a politically independent nation since October 1st, 1960. The country is richly blessed with natural resources, which includes; oil, rubber, cocoa, coal, kolanut, limestone, among others. Before oil was discovered in 1956 at Oloibiri in the Niger Delta region in Nigeria, agriculture accounted for about 75 percent of the country income and employment. The role of agriculture and its sector plays in any nations cannot be overemphasized, shortly after oil has been d...

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219. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF CORRUPTION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN NIGERIA: ACASE STUDY OF EDO SOUTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT

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ABSTRACT

Issue of corruption in Nigeria has been a major concern to all and sundry in the society. The upsurge of this social menace in Nigeria in recent times is disturbing and it seems the menace has defied all kinds of treatment and the damage it has caused to national life cannot be quantified. The objective of this project therefore, is to examine and assess corruption in the public sector in Nigeria with particular reference to Edo South Senatorial District. It has generated d...

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220. AN EVALUATION OF FADAMA III POLICY ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ETHIOPE WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE

18 Student Researchers

ABSTRACT

The study examines, critically, policies and programs and their varying degrees of successes as it relates to description, explanation and justification of the causes and consequences of government activities especially with respect to sustainable rural development using research design. It further explains some basic reasons and how to reduce rural-urban drift, encourage agro-industries for processing of raw materials and finished goods; and promote export oriented commerc...

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221. ASSESS EFFECTS AND CAUSES INEFFICIENCY OF THE BUREAUCRACY

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BACKGROUND OF STUDY

In view of the fact that ethics and morality are the norms of every descent society, and the bedrock on which wholesome, efficient just and prosperous bureaucracy can be built upon, there is the need to stress on the importance of efficiency in the civil service. There is no gain saying the fact that effective, efficient, patriotic, and committed public servants who should be accountable for their stewardship are desirable for any nation to match forward. However...

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222. ASSESSING THE DYNAMICS OF POLITICS OF OPPOSITION, PARTY IDEOLOGY AND DEMOCRATIC CONSOLIDATION IN NIGERIA: 1999- 2019

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The study examines the nature of opposition politics and party ideology in Nigeria and their attendant impacts on democratic consolidation in the fourth republic (1999 – 2019). The core concern in developing countries is how to consolidate democracy or make it permanent; and of importance to this is the trend and viability of opposition politics and party ideology. Party politics in Nigeria is characterized by absence of purposeful opposition and political parties tha...

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223. BOKO HARAM CRISIS AND THE SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA

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ABSTRACT

This research work attempt to examine the Boko Haram crisis in Nigeria and how it undermines socio-political development, with Niger State being our case study. The work has five chapters, each chapter structured in analyzing the Boko Haram crisis in Nigeria and how it affects the socio-political development of Nigeria. To do this, the researcher developed twelve (12) questions, these questions were administered in form of questionnaires to 400 people who were selected as a...

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224. BRAIN DRAIN AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

18 Student Researchers

ABSTRACT

The thrust of this work is the evaluation of the expropriation of Nigeria’s vital human resources through the brain drain and its implications for its overall development. Nigeria has been adjudged a top emigration country on account of the continuous efflux of its human resources to all parts of the world. Despite the lack of agreement about the exact migrant stock of Nigerians in the diaspora, Nigeria is listed among the top remittance receiving countries in the wor...

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225. CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA; AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (2015 -2020)

18 Student Researchers

ABSTRACT

The Niger-Delta region of Nigeria has a chequered history of human and material exploitation as well as environmental degradation and underdevelopment. As the heartbeat of Nigeria’s economy being the source of most revenues accruing to the federation in terms of oil mineral resources, the efforts at addressing its teeming challenge of development has taken difficult very dimension, moving from one government policy to another. Ensuring sustainable development in the N...

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226. CORRUPTION AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT: (A CASE STUDY OF HALLIBURTON)

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Background of the Study

A man can be born again; the springs of life can be cleansed instantly…if this is true of one, it can be true of any number. Thus, a nation can be born in a day if the ideals of the people can be changed [William Jennings Bryan]. Nigeria is one of the Countries in Africa that loses billions of dollars yearly because of corruption. She was ranked the second most corrupt country in the world in 2004 [Olu-Olu, 2008]. In 2005 and 2008, Nig...

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227. DEPENDENCY AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE

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Abstract

Dependency and underdevelopment in Africa is our main thrust which we try to relate the above to the Nigerian context. Dependency as we all know is a product of underdevelopment which is prevalent in Africa in general and Nigeria in particular. It is certain that Nigeria is an independent nation, but it does not reflect in all the facts in the society since the super structures that form the society and state are dependent on foreign policy and factors. As we can see in thi...

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228. EVALUATING CRIME CONTROL AND REHABILITATION PROGRAMMES IN KIRIKIRI AND KUJE PRISONS

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Background to the Study

Generally, news of crime and criminal acts elicit different reactions from the people. Sometimes people are intrigued, attracted or repelled, amused or frightened. While interest in crime has usually been high, understanding why it occurs and what to do about it has always been a problem. As every other area of life and human behavior, there is no shortage of experts and experts’ opinion starting from public officials, politicians, philosophers and the...

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229. FEDERALISM AND NATIONAL INTERGRATION IN NIGERIA: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

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Abstract

The problem of federalism and the associated crises of national integration in Nigeria raise serious alarm. The situation attracts growing interest and concern. The crises are very severing such that they culminate in a strong force being mounted on the federation with tendency to disintegrate the country. The works addresses this phenomenon by investigating and analysing the problem. Documentary research method is used in gathering and analysing data. So textbooks, journal...

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230. GENDER DISPARITY, POLITICAL PARTICIPATION AND GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: AN EVALUATION OF UNITED NATIONS’ GENDER POLICY

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Abstract

Nigeria is one of African countries that have the lowest number of women in political participation and governance even though women make up half of the population of 140 million, according to the 2016, census and Nigeria adopted the United Nations’ 1985 Beijing Platform for Action and several other gender policies in order to narrow the gap between male and female in all spheres of life. Thus this research focused on gender imbalance in political participation and go...

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231. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTIVITY IN THE CIVIL SERVICE: AN APPRAISAL OF KOGI STATE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

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Abstract

The Civil Service as the machinery of Government performs the unique role of governance and National development as such government everywhere in the world have come to terms with the need to train and re-train it’s human resource for them to be better equipped to maximize productivity levels and meet the challenges of governance and management. This work makes use of the system theory as the theoretical framework and data gathered from secondary sources. My chapter o...

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232. HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES AND SUSTAINABILITY OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA’S FOURTH REPUBLIC: A STUDY OF ENDSARS PROTESTS 2020

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Nigeria is one of the countries where human right abuses are recorded daily and virtually in all human endeavors and these human right violation are mostly found in torture, extrajudicial killings by government security operatives, kidnapping, arbitrary arrests, unlawful detention and extortion etc. The study reviewed relevant related literature and adopted social conflict theory by Karl Marx as it's theoretical framework while it's methods of research were primary...

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233. INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS AND THE PERFORMANCE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF NGOR-OKPALA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF IMO STATE

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Intergovernmental relations is associated with states having a federal administrative system where the relationship between the federal, central or national government and major subnational units (province, region or state) are formally spelt out in the constitution. This seek to promote peace and harmony among the levels of government which are the federal, state and local government, to enhance the emergence of cooperative rather than competitive federation and to solve t...

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234. LABOUR UNREST AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF 2000-2013

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One of the major impediments to development in Nigeria is labour unrest. This is given the fact that no Nation can develop without human resource because they constitute and play very significant role in Nation building and development. The Nigerian case has been so pervasive that labour unrest extends to every situation when the Government takes major public policy decision that seems to affect the labour union and generally the masses without due consultation of labour st...

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235. MILITARY RULE AND POLITICAL TRANSITION IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF ABACHA REGIME (1993- 1998)

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This study analyzes military rule and the political transition to democracy in Nigeria. It enquires into how military intervenes in the Nigerian politics in the recent time. The study also examines how corruption induces military intervention in Nigerian politics due to the embezzlement of public funds by our political leaders as well as mismanagement of government properties. This study looks at the major challenges in Nigeria‟s transition to democratic rule so as to estab...

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236. NIGERIAN FEDERALISM AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY

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Background of the Study

Federalism, according to K.C Wheare, is the method of dividing powers so that the central and regional governments are each, within a sphere, coordinate and independent. He said that the characteristics of this Federal Principle are the division of powers among levels of government, a written constitution showing this division of powers and co-ordinate not subordinate supremacy of the two levels of government with respect to their functions (...

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237. PARTY SYSTEM AND NIGERIA

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Background of the Study

The development of political parties in Nigeria dates back to the days of the struggle for political independent in the late 1940s, when the nationalists were at the pre-independence and post-independence periods. In the preindependence and the early post independence periods, political parties in Nigeria were not ideologically based. Rather, they were regionally based and woven around individual politicians who they saw as their mentors. In...

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238. POPULATION GROWTH AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSION

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This research is geared towards assessing the role of National Population Commission in economic development as well as to investigate the effect of population growth on Nigeria’s development. Specifically, it examined the indices of economic development in Nigeria, interrogated the relationship between population growth and economic development as well as investigated the role of NPC in promoting economic development in Nigeria. The theoretical framework that is used...

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239. POVERTY AND YOUTH RESTIVENESS IN NIGERIA AN EVALUATION OF THE BOKO HARAM CRISIS

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ABSTRACT

Over the years, Nigeria was experienced series of attacks, agitations, restiveness and blests ranging from diverse regions and localities. References are; hostage thing in the south-south region, the Niger Delta militancy crisis, the Boko Haram crisis in Northern Nigeria (which is the case study of this research work) etc. most restiveness of youths has often been done under the puise of a ring or body, this makes their operational activities fast and broader. All these gro...

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240. POVERTY REDUCTION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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Background of the Study

Many people when they hear or read about the word poverty will automatically think and look at poverty as being simply a lack of money. This is partly true but for a better understanding of poverty it is necessary to go beyond this simple or common sense, definition of poverty. Poverty is much more than a simple lack of money. For example, if you were stranded on a desert island and you had several thousand dollars or pounds in cash, while th...

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241. TERRORISM AND NIGERIAS ECONOMY AN ASSESSEMENT OF THE BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY

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Background of the study

Terrorism according to lodge is an illegitimate means of attempting to effect political change by the indiscriminate use of violence (Lodge 1988:5). Also Madunagu (2001:51) maintains that terrorism is “the use of violence to achieve political objectives”. The bottom line of the above definitions is that terrorism is an aspect of political violence. Since September 11, 2001, multiple attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Ce...

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242. THE EFFECT OF PRIVATIZATION AND COMMERCIALIZATION OF GOVERNMENT OWNED INDUSTRIES IN DEVELOPING ECONOMY

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Today, we are witnesses to sweeping changes that are taking place in the economies of both developed and developing countries. These changes relate to efforts to move away from government ownership, control or participation in the economy towards free enterprise and increased operation of market forces. On the whole, the changes ar3e making for the reduction in the role of government in the economy with a corresponding expansion in private sector ownership co...

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243. THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF PDP: 1999-2007

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Abstract

There is a profound paradox about the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Nigeria. The party, which earned the respect and admiration of most Nigerians, in the period between 1999-2007 due to its politics and policies. This work based on direct study and use of secondary data examines the role of the PDP in governance in the period (1999-2007). The work revealed that the PDP government has grossly been disappointing in its performance in the management of the affairs of the N...

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244. THE IMPACT OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION ON NIGERIA’S SOCIO-POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT: AN APPRAISAL OF CIVIL LIBERTIES ORGANIZATION

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The civil society and civil society organizations, have sacrificed their existence, goals and objectives to the course of the fight towards sociopolitical development in Nigeria. To this effect, they have made relentless effort and provoking arrangements, to ensure that the goals and objectives for which they are set up are achieved to a considerable extent. Hence in the course of their activity towards achieving this goal, they discovered that there are lots of factors und...

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245. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC OPINION ON PUBLIC POLICY IN NIGERIA: AN APPRAISAL OF 2010-2012

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This research work that analysis on the impact of public opinion on public policy in Nigeria from 2010-2012 while narrowing it down to the economic policy of deregulation or fuel subsidy removal of 2012. Broadly divided into five chapters, the work breakdown how governmental decisions are being influenced by the opinions of the people in the democracy of Nigeria. History had it that before the discovery of oil, agriculture gave Nigeria about 70% of her income until now oil...

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246. THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE BOKO HARAM INSURGENCE IN NIGERIA: 2009-2013

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Boko Haram figuratively implies that western for nonIslamic education is a sin, is a very controversial Nigeria militant group that seeks for the imposition of sharia law in the entire northern states of Nigeria. The hierarchical structure of the group is not presently well defined. The official name of the group id jamaiatu Ahlis sunna lidda ―awai waljihad, which in Arabic translate to ―people committed to the propagation of the prophet‘s teaching and jhad‖ literally...

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247. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN NIGERIAN POLITICS: (CASE STUDY OF UDI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA)

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Abstract

This study or research on women empowerment in Nigerian politics is divided into five (5) chapters. The first chapter is on the topic that deals with the introductory part of the study by providing a comprehensive historical background to the study, identifying the major problems, grapples with the review of relevant literatures and the methodological issues involved in the research process. Chapter two (2) highlights the relationship between politics and women participatio...

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248. A Discourse on Accumulation and the Contradictions of Capitalist Development in Nigeria

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The study examines and conceptualizes accumulation in the context of Nigeria‟s neocolonial state. It investigates the nature of accumulation in Nigeria and, the role of the state and social classes in the accumulation process; the implication of the hegemony of foreign capital and transnational accumulation for the development of underdevelopment in Nigeria; the impact of the state-capital model of primitive accumulation on the crisis and contradictions of capitalist underd...

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249. AN ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF BOKO HARAM TERRORISM IN MUBI-METROPOLIS OF ADAMAWA STATE (2011-2015)

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ABSTRACT

Terrorism constitute serious threats to Nigeria‘s security, affecting not only Nigeria‘s sovereignty, law and order, but also creating deep fear and socio-economic suffering amongst citizens. Recently, Nigeria is faced with Boko Haram Terrorism, particularly in North Eastern part of the country. The impacts of terrorism on the socio-economic activities of any society cannot be over-emphasized. Terror attacks or mere threats of terrorism can have so much socio-ec...

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250. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF UNITED NATIONS PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONSTO AFRICAN SECURITY: CASE STUDY OF DARFUR - SUDAN

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This study evaluates African Union -United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) from 2007-2016; with a view to determining how it has contributed to the establishment of enduring peace and security in Darfur. The study is conducted against the backdrop of the fact that most United Nations (UN) Peace Support Operations(PSO) in Africa have not adequately enhanced African security; supposedly arising from their inability to address the root causes of such conflicts and...

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251. ASSESSMENT OF EUROPEAN UNION’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO ELECTION ADMINISTRATION IN NIGERIA; 1999 -2015

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The European Union (EU) and other international donors have been involved in the promotion of election administration in Nigeria since the country returned to civil rule in 1999. This research examines the contributions of the EU to Nigeria‘s democracy concerning election administration so as to ascertain the extent to which their contributions have impacted on the quality of elections in the country‘s democratic development. This work was guided by the followin...

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252. Assessment of the Challenges to Nigeria’s Medium Power Role in Global Affairs: A Case Study of the Fourth Republic (1999-2015)

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Middle powers are nations that have considerable influence in global affairs. These countries usually take a multilateral approach to solving international problems. Therefore, middle powers identify important transnational issues and mobilize other countries to tackle them. But middle powers must be countries with substantial power constituents – large economy and population, and strong military force. This study examined the medium power role of Nigeria in the globa...

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253. ASSESSMENT OF THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP) ASSISTANCE ON PROMOTION OF DEMOCRATIC NORM IN NIGERIA, 2003 -2015

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This study evaluates United Nations Development Programme assistance for the promotion of democratic norm in Nigeria (2003 to 2015) in order to determine its impact on voter registration and confidence in the Election Management Body (EMB), as well as in law making, legislative oversight functions and legislative constituency representation functions of National Assembly. These five items are indicators of democratic norm subset in electoral administration and the legislati...

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254. CHALLENGES OF PROLIFERATION OF SMALL ARMS AND LIGHT WEAPONS TO PEACE-BUILDING IN LIBERIA AND SIERRA LEONE

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This study focuses on the challenges of proliferation of small arms and light weapons (SALW) to peace-building in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The study provides a critical analysis of the nature of warfare in Africa with the use of small arms and light weapons and child soldiers. It is a discourse of post-conflict peace-building as it assesses the various measures adopted in Liberia and Sierra Leone. It argues that continual availability of SALW in these countries poses a gre...

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255. THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN ADDRESSING UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA: AN ASSESSMENT OF NATIONAL DIRECTORATE OF EMPLOYMENT (NDE) IN GOMBE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF GOMBE STATE

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ABSTRACT

Unemployment’s problem affects youths from a broad spectrum of socio-economic backgrounds, both educated and less educated. The symptoms of unemployment manifested in all sphere of live such as armed robbery, prostitution, poverty among others. The general belief is that unemployment among youths is a reality, and unemployed youths have become a threat to lives and properties even within families. This study assesses the role of State in addressing unemployment, an as...

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256. THE ROLE OF NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN SOCIETIES (NCWS) IN THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN IN KADUNA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA, 2003-2015

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This study examines the role being played by the National Council of Women Societies in empowering women in Kaduna South Local Government Area of Kaduna State. There is a consensus amongst scholars of development studies that abject poverty is rampant among women at the grassroots level of developing countries. Government and non-governmental organizations have attempted and are still trying to alleviate poverty among women through various empowerment programmes. This study...

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257. THE ROLE OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS (NGOS) IN TACKLING POVERTY IN KANO STATE, NIGERIA: A Case Study of Women Farmers Advancement Network (WOFAN) 2007-2015

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Abstract

This study examines the role of non-governmental organization in tackling poverty through women economic empowerment with particular reference to Women Farmers Advancement Network of Nigeria (WOFAN). A sample of 291 women was drawn from the beneficiaries of (WOFAN) in Kano state. Cluster sampling was used to determine the sample size from each local government selected from the three senatorial districts. The data was analyzed to test the three propositions of the study usi...

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258. THE ROLE OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN POLITICAL MOBILIZATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC PARTY (PDP) IN BIDA EMIRATE OF NIGER STATE, 2011-2015

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Abstract

This study assessed the role as well as the strategies of political mobilization employed by the Peoples‟ Democratic Party (PDP) which accounted for its electoral victories in Bida Emirate in Niger state between 2011 and 2015. The study was carried out to generate requisite empirical data on the nexus between political mobilization by the PDP and how it influenced political participation of citizens at that level which led to its electoral victory ward as well as local gove...

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259. DOMESTIC OUTCOMES OF NIGERIA’S ECONOMIC DIPLOMACY 1999-2007

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Economic Diplomacy(ED) is the management of international relations aimed at promoting exports and increasing access to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). Nigeria has embarked on various policy reforms including bank recapitalization policy, privatization, anti-corruption campaign, and poverty alleviation. However, various studies on Nigeria’s ED had focused more on the process of its implementation rather than its outcomes. This study, therefore, investigated the outco...

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260. EFFECTS OF POLTICAL DEFECTIONS ON DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE IN JIGAWA STATE, NIGERIA (1999-2013)

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ABSTRACT

This study examines the effects of political defection on democratic governance in Jigawa State. Political defection has manifested itself in the State inthe form of frequent political decamping, existence of political moles that belonged to the ruling party while operating in the opposition political parties and anti-party politics among political parties and the electorate. In fact, some opposition political parties are being sponsored and sustained by the ruling party. T...

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261. ETHNICITY AND ELECTIONS IN KOGI STATE: AN EXAMINATION OF 2008 AND 2011 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTIONS

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ABSTRACT

The objective of this study is to determine the relationship between ethnicity and voting behavior and the extent to which the former influence the latter among Kogi state electorate. The survey research was used in the work alongside the use of questionnaire in establishing the relationship. In addition,the state‟s 2008 and 2011 gubernatorial election results were analysed using tables and charts. The study administered 156copies of questionnaire in three randomly selected...

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262. THE EFFECTS OF BUHARI’S LOSS AND 2011 POST-PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION VIOLENCE IN KATSINA STATE

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The study examines the effects of Buhari’s Loss on 2011 Post-presidential Election Violence. In Nigeria the urge to vote is often influenced by party, ideology, religion or even ethnicity but also personality of the contestant do influences voting especially during 2011 presidential election in the Katsina state. Electorates elect candidate perceived to be honest, Courageous, tested and trusted as well as a man of integrity and action. Unfortunately because of the adu...

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263. THE IMPACT OF DEMOCRATIC RULE ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: AN ASSESSMENT OF KOGI EAST SENATORIAL DISTRICT, 1999-2012

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Abstract

This study is an assessment of the Impact of Democratic Rule on Socio-Economic Development in Kogi East Senatorial District, from 1999 to 2012. This is predicated upon the assumption that democratic rule advance or foster socio-economic development and also, based on the belief that Nigeria, having returned to democratic rule in 1999, opened a new chapter to write a new history in developmental issues, it becomes empirical to assess the effects of democratic rule on socio-e...

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264. THE IMPLICATION OF UNITED STATES HEGEMONY ON NIGERIA FOREIGN POLICY (1999 – 2015)

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ABSTRACT

This study is an assessment of the impact of the present power transition in the international system and the implication it portends for Nigeria foreign policy formulation and implementation. The study is conducted against the backdrop of Nigeria‘s hitherto non-aligned foreign policy position and the challenges inherent in such stance with the collapse of bipolarity. Power theory in international relations is adopted as the theoretical framework of this study; the ar...

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265. THE STATE AND FOOD SECURITY POLICIES: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR FOOD SECURITY IN SELECTED STATES OF NIGERIA (2001-2011)

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ABSTRACT

In recent times, the idea of food security has undergone transformation from the perspective of having adequate available food at national level to the ability of nations to ensure that people have adequate access to nutritious and healthy food at all times at the household level. This transformation has invoked a global concern that calls for the need to evolve strategies for either minimizing or possibly eliminating the obstacles against the universal realization of food...

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266. An Analysis of the National Poverty Eradication Programme (NAPEP) in Ado-Odo Ota Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria

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The United Nations declared 1996, the international year of eradication of poverty and 1997 to 2006, decade of poverty eradication. The year of achieving Millennium Development Goal was also set for 2015. In pursuance of these targets, governments in both developed and developing countries became increasingly aware of poverty problems and several development efforts to alleviate poverty were embarked upon world-wide. Unfortunately, the issue of poverty eradicati...

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267. IMPACT OF WORLD BANK COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ON MAIZE PRODUCTION IN GIWA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE, 20011- 2017

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ABSTRACT

Agriculture is the bedrock and fundamental pre-condition for economic growth of any country. The multidimensional contributions of the sector to the Nigerian economy cannot be overemphasized, but the percentage contribution of the sector has fallen drastically since the discovery of oil in commercial quantity. Several agricultural development policies and programmes have been implemented in Nigeria from independence to date, albeit with little result in terms of self-suffic...

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268. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: The Role of the State Government in the Insulation of Jigawa State against Boko-Haram Insurgency (2009-2015)

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ABSTRACT

Since 2009, the Boko-Haram insurgency became deadly and extremely violent particularly in the three north-eastern states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe. Other states which were also significantly affected by the Boko-Haram insurgency include: Kano, Bauchi, Kaduna and the Federal Capital Territory. Jigawa state which shares borders with Kano, Bauchi and Yobe states was however relatively insulated from the Boko Haram insurgency. This study therefore examined how and why Jigawa s...

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269. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE ROLE OF LEGISLATURE IN NIGERIA’S BUDGET PROCESS

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Background to the Study

Government budget refers to a country’s financial plan encompassing revenue and expenditure over a period of one year. It therefore, provides important government revenue sources and items on which such revenues would be spent within a specific period, usual...

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270. A STUDY OF EXECUTIVE–LEGISLATURE RELATIONSHIP IN THE BUDGET PROCESS OF THE 7TH AND 8TH NIGERIA’S NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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Background to the study

Democracy is a process of self-government in which citizens operate in their environment directly and indirectly as they make decisions for themselves, pursue careers, enters into relationships with others, and otherwise live their life and indirectly through political representative accountable to them (Appadorai, 1975; Mbachu,, 2009). It is a system of government that made possible a centralized decision making and rule setting in matters t...

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271. A STUDY OF LEGISLATIVE-EXECUTIVE RELATIONS IN NIGERIA 8TH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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Background to the Study

In Nigeria, since the return of democratic governance in 1999, and after over a decade of military interregnum, relations between the legislative and executive arms of government have raised serious concerns for observers. At best the relationship between the two arms of government has been the case of the old tale of an unholy alliance of strange bedfellows. (Momoh, 2020) Today, circumstances of our democratic or even political life is awash...

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272. A STUDY OF THE IMPLICATIONS OF THE 2018 INCONCLUSIVE ELECTION IN OSUN STATE ON ELECTORAL PROCESS IN NIGERIA

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Background to the study

It is imperative to underscore the fact that the recurring issue of inconclusive election is becoming frequent ubiquitous in the conduct of elections in Nigeria and, a formidable challenge in Nigeria’s electoral system, this therefore lends this subject as particularly fertile for exploration, within the context of the programme. The rationale for choosing Osun State as a case study for analysis and to interrogate the concept in Osun ar...

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273. AN ASSESSMENT OF OVERSIGHT FUNCTIONS OF SENATE COMMITTEE ON DEFENCE, 2015-2019

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Background to the Study

The parliament or legislature is one of the organs of government empowered with checking the activities and actions of the executive organ of government because governance begins with lawmaking which is its responsibility. This duty of the legislature is called parliamentary or legislative oversight over the executive which implies parliamentary supervision of executive actions. Legislative oversight helps to entrench an effective and product...

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274. AN ASSESSMENT OF PERFORMANCE OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SERVICE COMMISSION FROM 2013‐2018

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Background of the study

In almost all known forms of government in the world, especially under the Presidential System, the legislature is an indispensable arm of government because of its centrality as a symbol of popular representation and watchdog role on both the Executive and the Judiciary. The Legislature performs three core functions in any democracy especially in Presidential systems. These roles are law making, oversight and representation. I...

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275. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ACP-EU PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT ON NIGERIA WITH A FOCUS ON THE LOMÉ CONVENTION AND COTONOU AGREEMENT

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Background to the Study

The European Union’s relationship with the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries can be traced back to the treaty of Rome and specifically the Georgetown agreement on the organization of the African, Caribbean, and Pacific groups of states of 1975 (Matteo, 2020). According to Matteo (2020), Africa is a well-known European Union’s trade partner of choice. Therefore, after the African States gained independence, the Europe...

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276. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PARLIAMENTARY BUREAUCRACY IN THE NIGERIAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (A CASE STUDY OF THE 8TH ASSEMBLY)

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Background to the study

Bureaucracy is a major organizational structure within which policymaking, implementation, and evaluation take place. So vital is the concept (especially in developing countries, where governments are faced with numerous problems and challenges, resulting from the ever-increasing range of activities undertaken by the modern governments) that it not only stands out as the major machinery of government for the formulation and implementation of...

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277. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF DIRECT PRIMARIES ON INTERNAL DEMOCRACY OF POLITICAL PARTIES IN NIGERIA

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Background to the Study

A cardinal principle on which democracy rests is popular mandate. It is the basis of representative democracy practiced all over the world. Popular mandate presupposes the unrestrained participation of the relevant community in the affairs of the community especially in the choice of those to carry out those affairs on behalf of the rest of the community members. The tool of election is one way, if not the only means of actualizing popular ma...

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278. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE ROLE OF LEGISLATURE IN NIGERIA’S BUDGET PROCESS

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Background to the Study

Government budget refers to a country’s financial plan encompassing revenue and expenditure over a period of one year. It therefore, provides important government revenue sources and items on which such revenues would be spent within a specific period, usually one year. This entails that budget outlines government policies, strategies and fiscal implications of public programs over the financial year while simultaneously setting aside r...

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279. AN EVALUATION OF THE OVERSIGHT FUNCTION OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN NIGERIA

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Background to the Study

The authority and power of the National assembly and state legislatures to conduct oversight is conferred by the 1999 Constitution (as amended), and the statutes and standing rules of the legislatures at the national and state levels. Furthermore, the authority given to the statutory bodies to conduct or respond to oversight functions requires that reports are submitted to the National Assembly or State legislature through the relevant commit...

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280. AN EXAMINATION OF THE ATTITUDE OF THE NIGERIAN COURTS TO THE USE OF INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC AIDS IN THE INTERPRETATION OF STATUTES

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Background to the Study

The doctrine of separation of power entails the divisions of power among the different organs of government namely, the legislature, executive and judiciary. The legislature is the body responsible for making laws, the Executive executes and implements while the judiciary interprets the laws. In the course of interpreting laws made by the legislature, the courts use various aids to interpretation in other to arrive at the intention of the leg...

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281. AN EXAMINATION OF THE QUALITIES OF COMMITTEE CLERKS ON COMMITTEES’ PERFORMANCES IN THE NIGERIAN 8TH SENATE

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Background to the Study

Committee clerks are special set of personnel among civil and public servants working for various government ministries, departments, agencies/parastatals (MDAs). This is because they work to provide support services to the Parliament. Parliament provides unique role as an arm of the government through formulation of new laws and amendment of the existing ones. Wikipedia (2019) stated that in modern politics and history, a parliament is a leg...

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282. AN EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF THE JUDICIARY IN LAW MAKING IN NIGERIA

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The general purpose of law is to regulate human behavior by protecting lives and properties in the society.  Human behavior is the potential and expressed capacity of individuals or groups in response to stimuli. It is the sum total of the overt and covert expression of human intention. Understanding of the psychology of human behavior, that is to say, a study of the science of human behavior, is paramount for human behavior...

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283. APPRAISAL OF THE INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE NIGERIAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SERVICE COMMISSION (2014 -2020)

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Background to the Study

The legal Framework establishing a Parliamentary Administration is an integral part of Public Service Bureaucracy of the Legislature and a window to understanding how it is governed. In jurisdictions that develop a Parliamentary Service Act (PSA), an autonomous and independent Commission is commonly established to superintend over human resource matters in line with the principles of separation of powers. The composition of the governing body...

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284. ASSESSING THE OVERSIGHT ROLE OF THE SENATE IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR, 2015-2019

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Background of the Study

The Legislature is an important organ of a country which balances the power of the Executive and the Judiciary in the exercise of authority. It is one of the central institutions of democracy and it determines the extent to which government is responsive to citizens (Manona, 2016). The mandate of the National Assembly is achieved through passing legislation, overseeing government action, and representing constituencies and citizens in the aff...

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285. ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON NIGER DELTA DURING 7TH AND 8TH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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Background to the study

The legislature is considered one of the most basic structures in any political system. Hence, Abegunde (2016) noted that the legislative arm of government performs three functions which included legislative, representative, and oversight. Explaining, Woodley, Sahgal, and Stapenhurst (2004) observed that members of the legislature carry out their duties as representatives of the people. They represent the people's will and are the source...

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286. ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF LEADERSHIP RECRUITMENT PROCESS ON INDEPENDENCE OF THE LEGISLATURE: A STUDY OF THE 8TH NIGERIAN SENATE

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Background to the Study

The legislature is an assembly of the representatives of the people elected under a legal framework to make laws for the good of society. According to Okoosi-Simbine (2010), the legislature represents the institution that makes laws for a nation by fashioning the collective will of the people into the instrument of law. The legislature controls through legislation all economic, social, and political activities of the nation.1 It also scrutini...

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287. ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCY PROJECTS IN UKWA EAST – UKWA WEST FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY, ABIA STATE FROM 2011 – 2019

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Background to the Study

The parliament or legislature is a prominent institution in a democratic government and is composed of elected representatives of the populace. Thus, it occupies a special position in contemporary democracy. The ancient Roman Republic which existed between 509 BC - 27 BC is recognized by scholars as the first government in the western world to have a representative government (PLAC 2016). Hence, “modern-day legislatures were inspired by...

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288. ASSESSMENT OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION - LEGISLATURE PARTNERSHIP: A CASE STUDY OF THE FIRST AND SECOND SESSIONS OF THE 9TH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

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Background to the Study

Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are enormously important players in international development. They provide development services and humanitarian relief, innovate in service delivery, build local capacity and advocate with and for the poor. Acting alone, however, their impact on policy is limited in scope, scale and sustainability. CSOs need to engage in policy processes more effectively. Despite more open and accessible policy contexts, C...

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289. CIVIL – MILITARY RELATIONS AND LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF FOURTH REPUBLIC NIGERIAN SENATE

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Introduction

Eric Hoffer once noted that, “there are similarities between absolute power and absolute faith; a demand for absolute obedience, a readiness to attempt the impossible, bias for simple solutions – to cut the knot rather than unravel it, the viewing of compromise as surrender. Both absolute power and absolute faith are instruments of dehumanization. Hence, absolute faith corrupts as absolutely as absolute power” (Nigerian Tribune, Monday...

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290. ASESSEMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATION OF THE 8TH ASSEMBLY ON BUDGET SCRUTINY

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BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Budgets affect all of us. As citizens, we depend on the state to provide crucial services and infrastructure, which depend on the way government raises revenue and allocates money to meet these various competing and sometimes conflicting needs;(Wehner,2004).Budget is one of the most important economic tools of a government and provides comprehensive statement of the priorities of a nation. Governments are large and complex institutions and t...

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291. ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE MACE IN PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS AS SYMBOL OF AUTHORITY OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY, ABUJA: 2015 – 2020

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Background to the Study

The Mace is believed and admitted to be the symbol of authority of the National Assembly and in other parts of the world as well. It plays a significant role in the parliamentary chamber. This is because in the absence of the Mace there would be no practice in the parliament. The Mace is as important as the legislators. When the legislators are in the chamber ready for the day’s activities, the first thing they look up for is the presi...

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292. ASSESSMENT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF THE 8TH ASSEMBLY

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Background to the Study

Democracy is by far the most popular form of government in the world today (Anifowose & Enemuo, 1999; Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, FES, 2008). It is also a concept that is often misconstrued, misapplied or misused (Ajaegbo, 2014). On this note, Ajaegbo argued that defining democracy has proved elusive and this explains why the concept has no generally accepted definition. Therefore, the definitions that abound cuts across cultures and contin...

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293. ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN ELECTORAL REFORMS IN NIGERIA BETWEEN 2009 TO 2021

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Background to the Study

Political power is sought or maintained through electoral processes. An election is essential to democratic transition and consolidation in a competitive political environment. As a result, if elections are not properly structured and managed, they can lead to conflict and violence (Ongoya & Willis, 2012). It is frequently managed through the enactment of enabling legislation. According to Ismai'al and Othman (2015), democratic gover...

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294. BUREAUCRACY AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY: A STUDY OF THE SENATE DIRECTORATE 2015 – 2019

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Background to the Study

The aim of this research is to critically examine, assess and evaluate bureaucracy and service delivery in the National Assembly (A Case study of Senate Directorate from 2015-2019) the National Assembly Senate Directorate (Bureaucracy) in the delivery of efficient and effective services to the Senators of the Eight Senate.

The National Assembly is the law making arm of the government of Nigeria. Section 4 (1)(2)(3) of the 1999 cons...

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295. COMMITTEE SYSTEM AND LEGISLATIVE EFFECTIVENESS IN NIGERIA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY: A STUDY OF THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE OF THE 7TH SENATE (2011-2015)

18 Student Researchers Qualitative

Background to the Study

Nigeria’s federal legislative body, the National Assembly, consists of two Chambers—the House of Representatives and the Senate. All members of the National Assembly are elected directly for a tenure of four years. Although, as the consequence of being a former British colony, Nigeria started out with a Parliamentary System of government at independence in 1960. It switched to a Preside...

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296. LAWMAKING PROCESS IN NIGERIA’S NATIONAL ASSEMBLY: THE ROLE OF LEGISLATIVE AIDES (2015-2019)

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    1. Background to the Study

 

Baron de Monstesquieu, in his book, The Spirit of Laws published in 1748, defined "legislative power as that for enacting temporary or perp...

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297. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DRAFTING STYLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS (UN) AND EUROPEAN UNION (EU)

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Background to the Study

The foundation or idea of comparative study in the legal profession could be traced to two German Lawyers, K Zweigert and H Kotz1, where in their works on comparative law they stated that comparative law started in Paris in 1900, the year of Exhibition. They posited that a country could adopt a foreign law if it is useful as only a fool would refuse the quinine just because it did not grow in his back garden. The two German Lawyers thereafter...

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298. CONSTITUENCY OFFICE AND EFFECTIVE LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION IN ABAKALIKI/IZZI FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY

18 Educators Qualitative

Background to the Study

In any democratic political system, representation has become a key and important aspect in deciding the role of the legislature. This refers to the process by which voters in a designated constituency select from a pool of candidates who are also from that constituency and elect them to the legislative branch of government to represent their interests (Blidook & Kerby, 2011). Legislators fulfill this responsibility by establishing specif...

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299. EFFECTS OF ACTIVITIES OF THE 8TH SENATE COMMITTEE ON MEDIA AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS ON LEGISLATIVE SERVICE DELIVERY

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BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

The Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs is one of the Standing Committees of the 8th Senate inaugurated on Thursday, 19th November, 2015 by Senate President,Dr. Bukola Saraki, which tenure elapsed on June 9th, 2019. As enshrined in the Senate Standing Orders 95 and 96 (41) 2015, as amended, the Committee’s jurisdiction includes the following: Management of the image and public relations of the Senate; external publicity an...

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300. YOUTH INVOLVEMENT IN POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND THUGGERY IN NIGERIA

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In contemporary democracies, elections are acceptable means of electing leaders, an important process that strengthens democratic institutions and facilitate peaceful transition of power (Ugiagbe, 2010). However, in Nigeria all elections conducted since her independence in 1960 have been characterized by widespread violence, intimidation, bribery and corruption. Muhammed (2010) reported that the prevalence of one political violence or the oth...

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301. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Over the years, government has been making several attempts to meet the inelastic needs of communities with their limited resources, but this has not been efficacious. Hence, community development according to Eze. C (1999: 126) is one of the alternative vehicles for the positive transformation of societies. Mere (1982:304) also emphasized that community development is an instrument of social betterment and upliftment of comm...

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302. THE MENACE TO VOTE BUYING IN NIGERIAN ELECTIONS (A STUDY OF 2019 AND 2023 ELECTION)

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Background of the study

One of the pillars that support every democracy is elections. Elections seem to have become a major factor in the stabilization and democratization of emerging democracies. It forms an important pillar that places the power to govern with the people. Elections are important to a nation’s construction and the electorates since it performs the role of a litmus test for democratic institutions (David et al., 2022...

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303. A CRITICAL STUDY OF SOCIO-CULTURAL PRACTICES HINDERING WOMEN’S POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

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ABSTRACT

In this modern age of development, political inequality between men and women has always been an important issue of concern. This is so because of the realization that the marginalization of a segment, race or particular sex in the society has far – reaching implications on the development of that society. Nigerian society and perhaps many countries in Africa seem to have a tenacious tradition of inequality in different facets...

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304. AN ASSESSMENT OF SOCIO-CULTURAL PRACTICE HINDERING WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN POLITICS PARTICULARLY IN NIGERIA

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Statement of the Research Problem

Women‟s access to education, information and political leadership are impeded by traditions and prejudice instigated most times...

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305. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE THE PRESENT JUDICIARY SYSTEM OF NIGERIA IN DECIDING ELECTION CASES

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Background of the study

The judiciary, among these organs, is an indispensable organ that balances the exercise of powers in the polity of any nation. 2The general responsibility of the court in the adjudication of an election is to hear and determine the winner and, consequently, the loser whenever a petition comes up for trial.

However, in the Fourth Republic, just as in the other civilian interregnums before it, there was hardly any sta...

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306. AN ASSESSMENT OFGODFATHERISM AND GOVERNANCE IN ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA: THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION AS A PANACEA

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Background of  Study

In a democratic government, a lot of factors predict the travails of this system, ranging from ineffective structures and institutions, the foreboding presence of the military, corruption, money politics, and godfatherism. However, political godfatherism is one of the factors that has embedded a democratic setting in Nigeria since the first republic. Before it was adopted in political circles, godfatherism was formerly a re...

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307. CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARIS ADMINISTRATION 2019-2023

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Background of the study

Corruption has coexisted with human society for a long time and remains as one of the problems in many of the world’s developing economies with devastating consequences. Corruption is a global phenomenon which exists in varying degrees in different countries and it consists of one of the impediments of economic growth (Agbu, 2001). Corruption is not only found in democratic and dictatorial politics, but also in feudal,...

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308. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE 2010 AND 2022 ELECTORAL ACT OF NIGERIA

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TITLE PAGE

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Table of Content

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ABSTRACT

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the study

1.2 Statement of the problem

1.3 Objective of the study

1.4 Research Questions

1.5 Significance of the study

1.6 Scope of the study

1.7 method...

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309. THE IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATORY BODIES ON HUMAN HEALTH IN NIGERIA, A STUDY OF NAFDAC BANS ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES IN SACHET IN FEBRUARY 2024

18 Student Researchers Quantitative

​​​​​​​Background of the study

Nigeria, as a developing nation, faces a myriad of challenges in maintaining public health standards amidst a growing population and evolving consumer trends. Among these challenges, the regulation of consumable goods, particularly alcoholic beverages, stands as a critical focal point (Obot & Room, 2011). The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) plays a pivotal role in safeguar...

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