• Conceptual and Theoretical Understanding of Corruption in Nigeria
    . O. Box 2006 OAU Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Email: goldefc2all@yahoo.co.uk. Tel: +2348062698441 ABSTRACT The paper discusses theoretical perspectives of corruption, its causes, forms, pattern that it has taken and devices used to manipulate the 2003 election by some politicians in Nigeria. To properly...
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  • E Gorvernment a Veritable Tool for the Stepping Down Corruption in Nigeria
    information and communication technologies have not been given their proper place in the fight against corruption. That makes this paper imperative as it highlights the linkage between ICT and Governance. Causes of Corruption in Nigeria There are many factors that have been identified as the major...
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  • Civil Society in National Development
    developed nation, it must tackle corruption. Successive governments have enacted laws and implemented programmes to tackle corruption, but with limited success owing to the root causes. 5. Adeyemi identified 2 causes of corruption in Nigeria, which he described as the debasement of family life and...
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  • what should the mass media do to help reduce corruption
     what should the media do to help reduce corruption in nigeria By: Amoka Eunice O. 08BE07309 Introduction The destructive impacts of corruption in the lives of nations throughout the world is acknowledged. Corruption is one factor that can impede the accelerated socio-economic...
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  • corruption in nigeria
    job and you also continue to pay in some cases to retain it. corruption indeed is a bane of any nation. This research work discuses the possible causes of corruption in addition to its effect which seems to rooted in socio- cultural practices and the political and economic realities of Nigeria...
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  • Nigeria
    created by increased levels of air and water pollution, and deforestation. Corruption is defined as “the misuse of public power for private gain’ and creates dysfunctional nature of political a system” ( Mustafa 2010). Another issue surrounding the country of Nigeria is overpopulation, which is...
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  • Uruguay Round
    percent cover operational costs, and the remaining 4 percent go to investors. However, the World Bank has estimated that as a result of corruption 80 percent of energy revenues benefit only 1 percent of the population. In 2005, Nigeria achieved a milestone agreement with the Paris Club of lending nations...
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  • Investingating the Relationship Among Corruption, Poverty and Economic Growth – Nigerian Perspective
    economic growth granger causes poverty in Nigeria. The result also indicates that economic growth Granger causes corruption in the short and medium term and, therefore, leads in the process of reducing corruption and poverty in Nigeria. This implies that growth enhancing good governance capabilities is...
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  • Youth Against Curroption and War in Africa Roles and Policy Options
    YOUTH AND THE WAR AGAINST CORRUPTION IN AFRICA: ROLES AND POLICY OPTIONS   Olaitan ganiyu rotimi   Department of economics lagos state university ojo nigeria     Skiratch001@yahoo.com,skiratch002@yahoo.com      A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE NATIONAL YOUTH SUMMIT ON CORRUPTION AND CORRUPT...
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  • INSECURITY IN NIGERIA
    participate in any form of illegality. What are the causes of Poverty in Nigeria? In tracing the structural causes of poverty in Nigeria, Aigbokan, (2000), observed the following as some of the causes of poverty in Nigeria: 1. Political instability and corruption by the elites in which through...
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  • The Evils of Corruption
    northern domination of the affairs of Nigeria were other reasons (Wallerstein, March 14, 1966; & Kilson, Jan. 31, 1966). Corruption causes a reduction in quality of goods and services available to the public, as some companies could cut corners to increase profit margins. Corruption effects investment...
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  • Cons of the Nigerian Economy
    (UNDP) ranked Nigeria 157 out of 177 in Human Development Index; it was also among the ‘Least Livable Nations’. Bad governance is also among the major causes of the problems facing the nation as it is threatening to undermine the nation’s democratization process. The masses are not allowed equal...
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  • miss
    prefers his/her kinfolk and family members. Nepotism, [which is also common in Nigeria], occurs when one is exempted from the application of certain laws or regulations or given undue preference in the allocation of scarce resources (NORAD 2011). THE CAUSES AND EFFECT OF CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA In his...
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  • Nasir Khan
    presents us with a paradox. While scholars have undertaken to unravel the causes, consequences and possible solutions of corruption, discourses on its intellectual dimensions are still far from crystallising. The result is that analyses of corruption in Nigeria tend to be undertaken in two realms...
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  • Corruption in Nigeria Tertiary Institution
    . The paper focuses on corruption in the tertiary institutions in Nigeria, which is a huge stumbling block in the educational sector. This paper looks into the causes, effects and solutions. This paper suggests on how to redeem the situation. Forms and Area of corruption in Nigeria Tertiary...
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  • Life
    requirements, and the use of foreign labor may require government approval. Disincentives to investment include inadequate infrastructure, arbitrary application of Corruption is perceived as pervasive. Nigeria ranks 130th out of 180 countries in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index for...
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  • child abuse
    abused and the consequences of these abuse in Nigeria with specific reference to Niger Deltaregion. The theory generated is intended to derive a general, abstract process of the nature, types,causes and consequences of child abuse in Nigeria in the view of participants in the study. The process will...
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  • Religion and Corruption in Nigeria
    Religion and corruption in Nigeria In the constitution of our nation religion feature prominently at the very beginning. I the preamble to the 199 constitution, it is affirmed and solemnly resolved that we intend to live in hrity and harmony as one indivisible and in dissolvable fevereigh nation...
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  • The Contributions of Multinational Corporations
    Corruption in Nigeria’, Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 9 (3): 97-118. Olowu, D. (1993) ‘Corruption in Nigeria, Causes, Consequences and Remedies’, in S. Rasheed and D. Olowu (eds) Ethics Accountability in African Public Services, African Association for Public Administration and...
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  • Factors Affecting Nigerias Underdevelopment
    from citizens etc. which actually is avoidable. FACTORS AFFECTING NIGERIA’S UNDERDEVELOPMENT 1. Bribery and Corruption This is the greatest factor that has put Nigeria where it is today, the issue of “corruption” this is an internal factor. According to the Longman dictionary of contemporary...
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