THE EFFECT OF POLITICAL CORRUPTION ON NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS (A STUDY OF ANAMBRA STATE 1999-2010)

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ABSTRACT

The major purpose of this study was to examine the political corruption and its effect in the Nigerian government and politics. The study looked into political lives of Anambra state citizens being the case study of the work. For comprehensive understanding of the place and its impact of this study. The work has been divided into five chapters. In chapter one, comprises of statement of problems, significance of the study, purpose and research of the study and others. In chapter two comprises of the causes of corruption and poverty in Nigeria, Nigeria’s political godfathers, the evils of corruption, the effects of corruption in Nigeria which had put the federation into high jump from 1999    2010 in Nigeria especially Anambra state. in the same chapter two we have another concept which is madness of second tenure system in Nigeria government as a major causes. In chapter five we have the recommendations and suggestions based on the findings from the research work from 2000 – 2010 political lives of Nigerian citizens. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title
Abstract
Table of content
CHAPTER  ONE
Introduction
1.0     Background of the study
1.1     Statement of the problem
1.2     Purpose of the study
1.3     Research question
1.4     Significance of the
1.5     Theoretical framework
1.6     Scope of the study
1.7     Limitation of the study
1.8     Definition of terms
CHAPTER TWO
2.1     Literature Review
2.2     Corruption and poverty in Nigeria
2.3     Nigeria’s political godfathers
2.4     The effects of corruption
2.5     The evil of corruption
2.6     Madness of second tenure system March 8, 2006
CHAPTER  THREE
3.1     Design of the study
3.2     Area of the study
3.3     Population of the study
3.4     Sample / sampling techniques
3.5     Instrument for data collection
3.6     Reliability and validity of the instrument
3.7     Distribution and retrieval of the instrument
3.8     Method of data analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
4.1     Data presentation
4.2     Interpretation of Result
CHAPTER FIVE
5.1     Summary of findings
5.2     Conclusion
5.3     Recommendation
          Reference
          Appendix

Questionnaire 


CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.0     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Nigeria and political corruption – political corruption is not a recent phenomenon that pervades the Nigerian state.
          Since the creation of modern public administration in the country, there have been cases of officials misuse of resources, embezzlement of funds, looting of government property for personal enrichment “the rise of public administration and the discovery of oil and natural gas are two major events seen to have led to a litany of ignorable corrupt practices in the country over the years, the country has seen its wealth withered with little to show in living condition of the common man.
          In this view, a Nigerian political leader, Obafemi Awolowo raised a silent issue when he said since independence, of few holding the cow for the strongest and most cunning to milk”, under those circumstances everybody runs over everybody to make good at the expense of others. Characteristically, apologist for the failings of African governments have blamed colonist for the pervasive corruption. According to this view, the nations’ colonial history may have restricted any easily influence in an ethnical revolution through out the colonial period. Most Nigerians were stunk in ignorance and poverty. The trapping of flash cars, houses and success of the colonialists many influence the poor to see the colonialist as symbols of success and to emulate the colonists in different political ways.
          Involvement in the agenda of colonial rule may also inhibit idealism in the easily stage of the nascent nations’ development. A view common held during the colonial days was that the colonists property (cars, houses, farms etc) is not our property.

          Thus vandalism and looting of public property was not seen as a crime against society. 


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