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Corruption is ad deep rooted problem that cuts across Nigeria’s political and socio-economic life. Corruption is responsible for the country’s poor growth and development credentials as well  as the decay in morals and values. According to the United Nations office of Drugs and Crime, about Us $400 billion was stole from Nigeria by the past leaders before the return to democratic rule in 1999.  In 2006, the Economic...

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The increasing participation of youths in violent activities in Nigeria in recent times is a source of worry to both policy-makers and researchers alike. Most violent activities, ranging from armed robbery, cultism, rape, street fighting, electoral violence, to violence during crises moments in Nigeria are being perpetrated by youths. Yet, the very future of this country depends on the kind of youths the present generation...

INTRODUCTION

 

- There is a clear indication that politics in Nigeria has

been the opposite of what it is in the developed countries.

African politicians are still backward in terms of their values

such as unfulfilled promises, political corruption, greed,

violence, tribalism and intimidation. The premise of this study

is on how corruption impacts on the development of Nigeria

and...

The Delta State Ministry Of Economic Planning In collaboration with UNDP provides support to the Afro Centre For Development Peace And Justice (AFFRODEP) for the implementation of a Project entitled " Promoting Public Accountability and Increased Public Participation In Budgetary Processes. The project which commenced in ernest November 2012 is being implemented in thre LGA's in Delta North Senatorial District, Namely; Ndokwa...

Of the N1.3 trillion budgeted for the execution of capital projects in the 2012 budget, the Federal Ministry of Finance has so far released a total of N710.4 billion to the ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) since the passage of the Appropriation Act in April.

The total release of N710.4 billion is about N306 billion higher than the N404 billion released as at June....

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