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Local government and infrastructural development in Nigeria

Local government and infrastructural development in Nigeria

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Published by Institute of Land Economics, Atlantis Books in [Lagos?], Ibadan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Infrastructure (Economics) -- Nigeria,
  • Local government -- Nigeria

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesUrban finance and infrastructural development in Nigeria
    Statementedited by Yomi Fawehinmi.
    ContributionsFawehinmi, A., Institute of Land Economics (Nigeria)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC1055.Z9 C347 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 280 p. :
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16274073M
    ISBN 109783545420
    LC Control Number2007325387

    contributed revenue that form the bulk of internally generated revenue for the government. Key words: IGR, infrastructural development, fiscal federalism, state development, government Introduction In most emerging economies, infrastructures, whether social or economical, are one of the many areas with air of expectation and great curiosity. the Local government to be called the third tier government in the country and we suggested for a Constitutional amendment to redress the abnormally and strengthen it for national development. Introduction The Local Government in Nigeria is an indispensable tier of government in the Nigerian federal : Udunze Ugochukwu.

    on economic growth: The Nigerian perspective. In Nigeria under investment in infrastructural development could be a bane to her vision of becoming a top 20 economy by the year Despite her economic growth over the years, this has not translated to economic development due to lack of infrastructure, high poverty rate, unemployment etc. importance of infrastructure development to economic growth and the need for government to take a more strategic approach to tackling its dearth in Nigeria. Infrastructure development should be a key priority in the country’s journey towards development. Introduction Infrastructure and Economic DevelopmentFile Size: KB.

    ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT ABSTRACT This study critically looked at the Role of Local Government in Rural Development in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State, Nigeria. This research work fundamentally analyzed Local Government as a veritable tool for grass root democracy and a process for the bringing of Government nearer to the people. The study investigated the level of youth participation in infrastructural development in Isin local government area of Kwara State, Nigeria. One hundred and five youths were randomly selected from seven rural communities, fifteen youths from each village. Data were collected with the aid of a questionnaire, which was analysed using frequency count and : B Gbolagade Adesiji, F Kemi Omotesho, E Sola Komolafe, J Kehinde Oni, O Francis Adereti.


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Inadequacy of basic infrastructure in Atakunmosa West Local Government Area (AWLGA) of Osun State. This paper therefore discusses the result of the study and also presents highlights of strategies that could accelerate infrastructural development in the rural areas of Size: 1MB.

a few remarks about the development and growth of infrastructure in Nigeria. Ideally, the timeline from when civilian administration returned to Nigeria should have provided twenty years of data to assess the growth and development of infrastructure in Nigeria.

uch a useful But s. This research was aimed at finding out Local Government administration and Infrastructural development in Nigeria, focusing on Saki west Local Government, Saki Oyo State.

The objectives of this study was to examine the role of Local Government in. Local government is a political sub-division of a national government, or in federal system, a sub-division of regional government in fact, local government administration is so intentioned with local government and rural development in Nigeria that any discussion on one out of.

Infrastructural development remains a key aspect of economic growth in Nigeria, rising debt notwithstanding. A properly structured approach in this regard may serve as the way to debt reduction and will provide an invaluable boost to the economy. Author: Fifehan Ogunde Ph.D (Resarch Consultant).

An obvious problem militating against infrastructural development in local governments across Nigeria is the lack of maintenance culture. Local government often construct new projects with the little fund given to them rather than taking good care of the existing ones.

Nigeria remains at the centre of Sub Saharan Africa’s growth story. With a population of over million 1 and an estimated GDP of over US$ billion 2 inthe country has abundant. From the result, it is clear that infrastructure is an integral part of Nigeria economic growth.

Underminding it (infrastructure) is underminding the growth and development of Nigerian economy. The study has shown that infrastructure is an intermediate goods and service for the real sector and a finished goods and service for by: 3.

This paper examined the Role and Challenges of Local Government in Community Development in Nigeria. Local government since its creation in Nigeria has been and is still involved in the process of community development which ultimately translates. However, the establishment of Local Government in Nigeria arises from the need to facilitate rural development through infrastructure development and delivery.

Section 7(1) of constitution empowered Local Government to construct and maintain rural roads street lighting, water and drains and other public highways or such public facilities. material and infrastructural development through effective mobilization of both human and material resources and by the active involvement of the rural populace.

Out of the four principal objectives of the local government reform, in Nigeria, two were devoted to achieving the objectives of community development viz:File Size: 66KB.

The local government constitutes the most critical level of government in the move for sustainable national development. Over the years, national development has been canvassed to take off from. Nigeria has made important strides toward improving much of its infrastructure.

Compared to many African peers, Nigeria has relatively advanced power, road, rail, and information and communications technology (ICT) networks that cover extensive areas of the nation's : Vivien Foster, Nataliya Pushak.

This study examined Local Government Administration and Rural Development in Enugu State, Nigeria under Sullivan I. Chime‟s administration, The source of information for this study is. A mutual correlation exists between infrastructural development and economic growth in Nigeria. 2 Literature Review: There have been several studies that have investigated the relationship that exist between infrastructure development and Economic growth.

However, the results emanating from these studies have been inconclusive. Local Government, Local Governance and Sustainable Development Getting the Parameters Right Introduction SinceSouth Africa has experienced a steep learning curve with regard to institutional design in general, and local government in particular.

When the transition to democracy took place, South Africa inherited a dysfunctional local govern-File Size: 1MB. The politics of local government creation in Nigeria is as old as the country itself.

The Nigerian sustain infrastructural development in rural area. Local government is an institution whose According to the Local Government reform hand book which defined Local Government asFile Size: 82KB. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION AND THE CHALLENGES OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT (CASE STUDY IDEMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ANAMBRA) TABLE OF CONTENT Chapter one: introduction background of the study statement of the problem objectives of the study significance of the study.

Infrastructure and Development: An Overview “Infrastructure” has been defined as “the basic structures and facilities necessary for a country or an organization to function efficiently, e.g. buildings, transport, water and energy resources, and administrative systems.”1 In general terms, it refers to the economic and social facilities which are provided by the government, or by private Author: Ayodeji Olukoju.

dissemination by the local governments in Imo State, Nigeria on infrastructural development, empowerment of the citizens and their participation in developmental issues, and the local government’s transparency in the utilization of funds allocated to and generated by the localAuthor: Vincent Enyeribe Unegbu.

Local government and rural development in Nigeria, Olowo, et al., and () describes government approach to rural development as a more sham. According to him, government has succeeded in imposing development programme on the rural masses, such programme he argues, only benefited a few rich and powerful urban elite.funding.

The aim of this paper is to look at the development of infrastructure in Nigeria as a panacea for transforming educational sector for sustainable national development.

This paper discusses government expenditure on the educational sector, its effects on infrastructural development and the quality of Size: 70KB.ABSTRACT: Local government administration in Nigeria is classified as the third tier of government while several problems have been its recurring decimal and various reforms since haven’t been able to make the system effective and responsible to developmental Size: KB.