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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS Political System: Nigeria is a federal republic with a presidential system. The constitution provides for a separation of powers among the three branches of government. General elections held in February marked the end of 15 years of military rule and the beginning of civilian rule based on a multiparty democracy.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blitz, L. Franklin. Politics and administration of Nigerian Government. New York, Praeger  (OCoLC) Get this from a library. The politics and administration of Nigerian government. [L Franklin Blitz; M J Campbell]. The future of Nigerian politics lies in tolerating civilian governance.
Failure of the elections conducted by the civilian Government in and brought about the military intervention. With a restoration of democracy, Nigerians are very much determined to sustain it and make the future generation proud to be a part of this great nation.
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An Introduction to Nigerian Government and Politics. Billy J. Dudley. Macmillan Nigeria, Jan 1, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. An Introduction to Nigerian Government.
NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS (A CASE STUDY OF – POLITICS) ABSTRACT This project research work describes and analyses the structure of Nigerian government and politics between and in other to improve the understanding of the operation of government and politics in Nigeria.
The research also observed that the Nigerian. Nigerian Journal of Public Administration and Local Government. XII(l), 27) Nwankwo, B. Government structure, regulations and the dynamic nature of pensions administration in Nigeria.
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The Nigerian government controlled the newspapers, so the Daily Times and the New Nigerian gave great publicity to denunciations of the administration of Gomwalk, and Federal Commissioner Joseph Tarka by the two critics. A situation that may signal a cause for exigent action on corruption.
Murtala administration ( – February ). Nigerian politics and society. First, the spread of Islam, predominantly in the north but later in southwestern Nigeria as well, began a millennium ago.
The creation of the Sokoto Caliphate in the jihad (holy war) of –8 brought most of the northern region and adjacent parts of Niger and Cameroon under a single Islamic government. An Introduction to Nigerian Government and Politics (Contemporary African Issues) [Dudley J., Billy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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An Introduction to Nigerian Government and PoliticsAuthor: Billy J. Dudley. "Contemporary Nigerian politics stands out as one of the most complex and volatile systems in the world. Dramatic changes have taken place in recent years and it is more important than ever to have insight into the changing character of Nigerian politics.
Nigeria is a mega-state, even on a world scale. Larger than France or Britain, it claims over one-fifth of the people in sub-Saharan. Nigeria Yesterday Today by Godwin Sogolo is definitely one of the best history books to read. If you know nothing about government and affairs of state, there are politics books for beginners on Jumia that will give you an insight into the relevance of democracy and the fight for justice.
The Nigerian President fulfils the requirements of the Constitution, but like so much in Nigerian politics is conducted against a backdrop of of high levels of corruption and prebendalism. Local government autonomy and the challenges of grassroots development and civil service administration are also thoroughly analysed.
Democratic Governance and Political Participation in Nigeria is a detailed, exhaustive, deep, stimulating and captivating narrative of the Nigerian situation. The government of the first Republic did not last as it came to a halt via several coup attempts with the first one taking place in January when junior officers in the Nigerian Army went on rampage and overthrew the government.
Balewa was eliminated in the process as well as the Premiers of the northern and western regions. His administration was a coalition of 2 political parties—the National Party of Nigeria (NPN, senior partner) and the Nigerian Peoples Party (NPP).
Under the administration, the characteristic politics of ethnic and regional security that ruined the First Republic re-emerged. The coalition collapsed in Local Government and Good Governance Administration in Nigeria. ‘The Crises in Nigerian Local Government: The book will be of interest to Author: Mercy Idika.
business of government under a party label or banner (Jinadu ). In the Nigerian context therefore, the desirous political system is democracy, which is in the strictest of sense, utopian.
Stressing on the functionality of the political system in the allocation of. An Introduction to Nigerian Government and Politics Indiana: University Press, As one of the co-authors of the Constitution of Nigeria and a versatile political scientist, Dudley examines Nigeria’s politics from different vantage.
The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has enjoined Nigerians to hold the Presidency and the All Progressives Congress, APC, responsible for the extra-judicial execution of an innocent Nigerian by. This volume engages in an in-depth discussion of Nigerian politics.
Written by an expert group of Nigerian researchers, the chapters provide an overarching, Afrocentric view of politics in Nigeria, from pre-colonial history to the current federal system. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Nigerian government and administration by Enaruna Edosa,Morgan George Publishers edition, in English Politics and government. Places. Nigeria. About the : A government which is not properly handled or ruled is vulnerable to crisis relating to politics.
In Nigeria Civil war that occurred from toit is due to bad governance that made the Biafrans to say no that they will no longer belong to the country called s: Military dominance in Nigerian politics from to and to has in no small measure adversely impacted on the political development of.
Military Interventions in the Nigerian Politics: ‘A Timed Bomb’ Waiting to Explode. The Avowal of a New Management Elites Olusoji George Department of Business Administration University of Lagos, Nigeria Seyi Shadare Department of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management runners of the British Government.
This was more so as the. Why this attempt failed is the subject of my forthcoming book titled Beyond the Tripod in Nigerian Politics.
If we know why these experiments failed then, we could work to avoid it today. The leaders of the oil producing states in my view are spending too much time on the existing revenue allocation as anti federal principle. The Nigerian Federal election of politics and administration in a developing political system.
-- Item PreviewPages:. Nigerian politics and governance. Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it, misdiagnosing it and then misapplying the remedies. According to PLO Lumumba, Everyone speaks about the windmill but nobody speaks about the wind.
The windmill in the context in which he used it are the corrupt leaders that plague much of the world, and the wind is the system that put them there. T.Nigerians embraced federalism as a way of managing the conflicts and suspicions among the various constituent nationalities that make up the Nigerian state.
These fears and suspicions had led to the emergence of aggressive political and economic competitions along ethno-regional lines. Beginning fromthe unitary colonial state saw itself being gradually federalized as .