3 edition of Federal state and resource control in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Federal state and resource control in Nigeria
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Eke Orobator, Feturi Ifowodo, Enaruna Edosa.|
|Contributions||Orobator, Eke., Ifowdo, Feturi., Edosa, Enaruna.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2008/42436 (J)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 295 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||2008556711|
In order to adequately evaluate the impact of the oil resource on military regimes in Nigeria, it may be necessary to first highlight some of the key elements that define the patrimonial character of military rule: (1) government is typically based on a single strongman supported by a close network of state officials (2) state officials. THE NIGERIAN HEALTH SYSTEM. Nigeria is a lower middle-income country with a population of million and a gross domestic product of billion US dollars. 1 Nigeria is a federation of 36 states and a federal capital territory, and there are local government areas (LGAs) across the country. The health care system is largely public sector driven, but there is substantial private . The Nigeria Stop TB Partnership was launched in April to support Government efforts in advocacy and mobilisation of additional resources from the private sector and multilateral organizations for the control of TB in Nigeria and thus improve the chances of reaching the Stop TB and MDG targets for TB control by
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Non-federal systems, is non-centralization of power. In a federal polity, there is an irrevocable division of power between the central and component units. It is pertinent to note that in Nigeria‟s federal experience, the above noted principle of Wheare‟s and Babalawe‟s federalism and Kapur‟s definition and description can no longer hold.
oil is derived. To Itse () and Ike (), resource control is the power and rights of a community or state to raise funds by way of tax on persons, matters, services and minerals within its territory. Scholarly research on resource control in Nigeria shows that the state within which.
This book focuses on the contentious issue of resource control agitation by the Niger Delta Region and it’s consequence on Nigerian Federalism with the basis that this issue emerged at the same time with the present democratic era in Nigeria in the year Author: Patrick Abutu Odoh.
Nigeria (/ n aɪ ˈ dʒ ɪər i ə / ()), officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country in West Africa, bordering Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the southern coast is on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic federation comprises 36 states and 1 Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja, is g code: + Resource control and allocation are an integral part of every federal system.
But for Nigeria, stiff disagreements, regional, economic and political power game and controversies over the control and allocation have characterised and negatively affected the success of its Size: KB. Resource control,hereby defined as the control and management of resources by state or local governments from whose jurisdictions the resources are extracted,is key to the emergence of a modern federal Nigeria.
A true federal state practices resource control while resource control functions vibrantly in a true federal state (Odje, ). Put together, resource control is. The Federal state and resource control in Nigeria book to Resource Control in the Federal Republic of Nigeria: Right to Control Natural Resources in a Federal Republic: The Case of Petroleum Resource Control under the Nigerian Law [Edwin Ezike] on *FREE* shipping Federal state and resource control in Nigeria book qualifying offers.
Nigeria is a federal republic. However, the way natural resources are controlled and managed negates the. Wouldn't it be great if similarly Kaduna State, Niger, Nassarawa, Bauchi and all other states will rich mineral deposits could now embrace Resources Control; Federal state and resource control in Nigeria book their own State and Indigenous companies, obtain Federal licences to explore and exploit these mineral deposits that at the moment lie waste in the ground.
Nigerian federalism include but are not limited to resource control, revenue allocation, State creation, federal character question and leadership crisis. From the pre-colonial to post-independence era and up to the present democratic dispensation, resource control has remained the most contentious issue among the tiers of government.
OfFile Size: KB. 7 rows The Federal Republic of Nigeria is divided into states (Hausa: jiha, Igbo: ȯra, Yoruba: Category: Federated state. Talk is cheap; action speaks louder than voice. Now the die is cast. The All Progressives Congress, APC, has selected its presidential candidate for Even a dunce knew that Buhari would go.
Book Review - Attah on Resource Control is a compilation of speeches of the governor of Akwa-Ibom State, Obong Victor Attah during the agitation for resource control which many saw as a.
III. Agitations For Resource Control In Nigeria Advocates of resource control have argued that in any true federalism, powers Federal state and resource control in Nigeria book shared between the Federal state and resource control in Nigeria book units and the central government in such a way that each government has its own apparatus for the conduct of its own Size: KB.
Federalism has failed in Nigeria, say Okunnu, Attah of the book: “Attah on Resource Control” (Revised) at Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, NIIA.
In recent times, the issues of Resources Control in Nigeria have generated a lot of controversies. In discussing these issues, this paper focuses primarily on Crude Oil and its allied products from an historic standpoint, the issues of Federalism, Inter-governmental Relations in Nigeria, Fiscal federalism and the distribution of Resources, Equity and Justice amongst : S Aibieyi, O Osemwota.
The Supreme Court yesterday in Abuja, fixed April 5 for judgement in the resource control suit filed by the Federal Government against the 36 states of the federation. NIGERIA: Federalism, The Constitution And Resource Control - History by jmslimx(m): pm On Text of speech delivered by Professor Sagay (SAN), former Head of Law Department of University of Benin, at the fourth sensitisation programme organised by the Ibori Vanguard at the Lagoon Restaurant, Lagos.
“Resource Control In Nigeria: The Current Controversy” Victor I. Lukpata (Ph.D) Department of history and diplomatic studies Federal University Wukari, Nigeria Abstract: The theme of resource control has become a very controversial one in the Nigerian politics as the battle over who gets what of the nation’s wealth takes the centre stage.
Fiscal Federalism and Issues of Resource Control in Nigeria Nenyiaba, C. Faculty of Management Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria.
E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT This study examines fiscal federalism and resource control issues in Nigeria with a view to resolving the ethnic tension in the country.
Resource control: Pursuing Legal realities. It is acknowledged that the drivers for the agitation for resource control are wide-ranging. However, as is the case in modern societies, law is a tool of social engineering that determines the relations between the state and its citizens. The Resource Control Movement in Nigeria hardship of life and the State or Federal Government or Organised Private Sector cannot offer you a way out and you are promised a role in an Oil bunkering or kidnapping gang that will keep you busy and bring money beyond your wildest dreams- it is not that difficult for the disenfranchised youths to.
The resource control in Nigeria, for instance has created a deep tension between two contending social forces namely those who own the land where the oil resources is located who are being deprived from benefiting from the exploitation of the Size: KB. This increases Nigeria’s total commitment for the next four years from US $12 million to US $ million, an increase of almost %.
The federal government will work with the state and local governments to secure complementary budgets for family planning and reproductive health service delivery.
Nigeria: Federalism, the constitution and resource control By Itse Sagay IN the beginning, there was no Nigeria. There were Ijaws, Igbos, Urhobos, Itsekiris, Yorubas, (iv) and establishing a Federal System for Nigeria for the first time.
zThe elected majorities in each Regional House were as follows: Nigeria Federalism the constitution. The belief is that the group that takes control of the center has more benefits from revenues and resources. The results are characteristics of a failed state that Nigeria has consistently been categorized (AllAfrica ).
Currently, Nigeria hangs on. Nigeria’s Federalism and the Agitation for Resource Control in the Niger-Delta Region Article (PDF Available) December with 5, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Dare Arowolo.
Imbalances in Nigeria’s federal arrangement have been a constant source of conflict in Nigeria’s politics. Fundamentally, the federal structure was adopted to accommodate Nigeria’s multi-ethnic nationalities. The dissatisfaction among the federating units underlies an unending search for an acceptable revenue sharing formula : Asadu Ikechukwu, Nwofia Johnson Emeka.
Public Policy and Administration Research ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.4, No.4, Fig. Characteristics of good governance (UNESCAP, ) The diagram.
[Show full abstract] in any federal system and this result in vertical and horizontal imbalance in the system. Natural resource control is an essential variable for true federalism and thus to. Resource control, being in the front burner of federal/state governments interplay in Nigeria, has elicited a number of definitions in the Nigerian context and perspective.
One of such definitions was given in a communiqué issued at the end of a South-South Governors‟ Conference on Resource Control and Revenue Allocation in A former Federal Commissioner for Works and Housing, Femi Okunnu, has blamed ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo for the inability to achieve resource control and true federalism in the g.
U.S. Department of State Nigeria Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Released by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, Janu NIGERIA. General Sani Abacha, who seized power in a palace coup in Novemberremained Head of State throughout Fiscal Federalism and Resource Control in Nigeria DOI: / 22 | Page considers the twin concepts of true federalism and resource control.
For him, the two concepts mutually complement each other. A true federal state practices resource control while resource control functions vibrantly in a true federal state. has taken is shaking the Nigeria state into its very foundation and even threatening its continued co-existence.
Therefore, this paper examines the conflicts associated with resource control and revenue allocation as well as the impacts of the conflicts on Nigeria socio-political development.
: Adeleke Adegbami. The primary objective of this chapter is to establish the link between contemporary fiscal practice in Nigeria and the agitations for resource control which finds expression in the demand of the oil bearing communities and states to claims on mineral land rents through the application of derivation principle (that is equitable, fair and just) in revenue allocation and tax administration.
A federation (also known as a federal state) is a political entity characterized by a union of partially self-governing provinces, states, or other regions under a central federal government ().In a federation, the self-governing status of the component states, as well as the division of power between them and the central government, is typically constitutionally entrenched and may not.
Nigeria’s federal units grew from three to four regions duringand then to 12 states by Inlocal governments became recognized as the third tier of government, entitled to statutory allocations from both federal and state governments, 2 Nigeria: P articipatory Poverty Assessment, The World B nk, September File Size: KB.
Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria Email: [email protected] Abstract This research work sought to assess the impact of resources control on economic development in Nigeria with specific focus on its impacts on poverty level, life expectancy, good health educational attainment and self reliance.
One hundred and fifty() structure questionnaires. it deals with what the federal, state, and local governments do, such as the federal government providing national defense and local governments maintaining city and county roads.
Public Administration is Both an Old and a Young Discipline: The practice of public administration has been with us from the earliest civilizations. a. Federal b. 36 State of the federation pdf Abuja c. Pdf Government Councils In such terms and condition as prescribed by law.
Revenue Allocation Formula Federal Government Account: CR CRF The CRF was established by Sec 80 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, See diagram below showing the finds paid into the CRF.In Nigeria, states enjoy a level of sovereignty, but download pdf sovereignty is within the constraints of the Federal Government as provided for by the constitution.
Each state in Nigeria has its own capital city and it is governed by an elected official known as a governor who serves a maximum of two 4 year tenures (maximum of 8 years).Author: Ikponmwosa Aikhionbare.4.
Ebook issue and the creation of states: Ebook a result of the nature of the multi-ethnicity of Nigeria, it has brought about the issue of minorities which has constituted to one of the major problems militating against the development of the nation.
5. The issue of secession: The inter-ethnic rivalry in Nigeria has constantly disrupt development in the : Adetola Adekoya.