WOMEN AND NATION BUILDING IN ANAMBRA STATE: AN APPRAISAL OF ANAMBRA CENTRAL SENATORIAL DISTRICT: (2010 – 2015)

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ABSTRACT

The study is geared towards identifying and analyzing the contributions of women to socio-economic and political development in Nigeria with particular emphasis in Anambra State. It was carried out using both primary and secondary sources of data. The secondary source of data are employed in analyzing the key concepts while the real issues canvased were x-rayed through a survey research using simple percentage in analyzing viewpoints of related members of the society obtained through structural questionnaire. The study observed that women especially those in Anambra Central Senatorial District have contributed meaningfully to nation building in Nigeria and recommended that clear cut policy that will guide women programmes and grant them greater leverage to be part of policy formulation and implementation should be adopted. 


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Abstract
Table of contents

CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Background of the Study
1.1     Statement of the Problem
1.2     Purpose of the Study
1.3     Research Question
1.4     Statement of Hypothesis
1.5     Theoretical Framework
1.6     Significance of the Study
1.7     Scope of the Study
1.8     Limitation of the Study
1.9     Definition of Terms
CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1Contributionsof Women and Nation Building
2.2Challenges Affecting Women Participation in Politics and Decision Making
2.3 Summary of Literature Review

CHAPTER 3
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1  Design of the Study
3.2  Area of the Study
3.3  Population of the Study
3.4  Sample/Sampling Technique
3.5  Instrument for Data Collection
3.6  Reliability and Validation of the Instrument
3.7  Distribution and Retrieval of the Instrument
3.8  Method of Data Analysis
CHAPTER 4
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.1  Data Presentation
4.2  Analysis of Research Question
4.3  Testing of Hypothesis
4.4  Interpretation of Results
CHAPTER 5
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1  Summary of Findings
5.2  Conclusion
5.3  Recommendations
REFERENCE
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B 



CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1.0      Background of the Study
Since independence, women participation in politics and decision making in Nigeria have been a controversial issue. The 1st republic had only four female legislators in the whole of the country, a negligible number that cannot give women the necessary influence in politics. In that era, the contribution of women in nation building could only be imagined and not felt. The imposition of military rule, an era that followed this period from 1966 did not foster women participation in politics and very little was heard of women in politics and decision making (Samuel and Segun, 2012:7). The participation of women in nation building increased in the 2nd and most particularly in republic. Few women emerged as councilor, one woman, Chief (Mrs.) TitilayoAjanaku, as Chairperson of Abeokuta Local Government Council in Ogun State, two female Deputy Governors, Alhaja Sinatu Ojikutu and Mrs. Cecilia Ekpenyong in Lagos and Cross River State, respectively. Furthermore, only one woman was elected to the Senate and very few others to the House of Representatives. It is worthy of note that before 1999, the proportion of seats occupied by women in national parliament never exceeded 3.1% and 5% for federal Executive council (Luka, 2012). But these women proved they deserve more opportunities with their stellar performances.
The year 1999 marked the beginning of a new dawn as Nigeria returned to civilian government after the demise of military rule. Women political participation witnessed sharp improvement over previous experience. President Obasanjo who assumed power on May 29th 1999 made a clear departure from the past and appointed 4 out of the 29 senior ministers representing 13.7% and 3 out of the 18 junior ministers representing 16.6%. Furthermore, he appointed 2....


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