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THE UN PEACEKEEPING IN AFRICA: EFFECTIVENESS AND PROBLEMS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The United Nations Security Council authorizes peace operations by a nine-to-five vote of the fifteen permanent members: the United States, China, France, Russia, and the United Kingdom. Since the end of the Cold War, the Security Council has authorized more than fifty peacekeeping missions. Peacekeeping forces are sent …

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PARTY SYSTEM AND NIGERIANS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The development of political parties in Nigeria dates back to the late 1940s, when nationalists were in the pre-independence and post-independence stages of the battle for political freedom. Political parties in Nigeria were not ideologically based throughout the pre-independence and early post-independence periods. Rather, they were geographically focused …

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ECONOMIC DEPENDENCY AND THIRD WORLD UNDER DEVELOPMENT

ABSTRACT The link between third-world countries and western capitalist countries is examined in this study. It depicts dependency as a phenomenon or relationship problem that has resulted in the western world’s economic growth and development at the expense of third-world societies, which are economically underdeveloped and lack the capacity and ability to control their societies’ …

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

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In a single country, federation denotes the establishment of multiple levels of government, each with its own budgetary and taxation authorities. Nigeria is a federal federation made up of 36 states and the federal capital territory, as well as a federal government and 774 local governments. Fiscal arrangements …

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GRASSROOT DEMOCRACY AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In its purest form, democracy is associated with grassroots democracy. People/community-driven engagement in elections, governance, and decision-making is referred to as grassroots democracy. Grassroots democracy can be defined as a tendency to develop political systems that delegate as much decision-making authority to the lowest level of the organization …

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REVENUE ALLOCATION AND POLITICAL STABILITY IN NIGERIA 2010 TO 2015

ABSTRACT Nigerian federalism has been greeted with vehement opposition since its start in managing revenue distribution among its constituent sections, which has devolved into a perpetual conflict. The point of disagreement has always been the revenue allocation method or parameter that was deemed unsatisfactory. The result has become a defining factor in social, economic, and …

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

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The legal premise ubi ius ubi remedium is encapsulated in the maxim. “If there is a right, there is a legal remedy,” this says. “The presence of a legal provision requires the existence of a competent authority to allow an appeal if this rule is broken,” in other …

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Federal Character Principle and National Integration

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country, with over 160 million people living in a federation of many separate nations. There are 36 states and 748 local government areas in the United States. Without a question, the religious, ethnic, and cultural variety of the federative units is unique. Mustapha …

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A PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF RUGA SETTLEMENT IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Prior to colonial times, the practice of reserving land for the exclusive use of animals prevailed in Nigeria. Pastoralists were given grazing pastures near towns and villages for use during the crop season, which was socially sanctioned (Waters-Bayer and Taylor-Powell, 1986). Due to the lack of a legal …

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