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    Chukwuma Ibezute
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Democracy and development (particularly in the jurisdiction of emerging socio-political and economic systems) have continued to attract some mainstream social science attention.

Democracy and development (particularly in the jurisdiction of emerging socio-political and economic systems) have continued to attract some mainstream social science attention. The general objective of the paper therefore is to examine the relationships among political culture, democracy and development in (contemporary).

political development in Nigeria as several events and activities such as the civil . development, and political development have attracted several definitions from different.

political development in Nigeria as several events and activities such as the civil war, creation of states and the formation of political parties can best be explained from the ethnic. investigate and recognise the role of ethnicity in Nigerian politics; to proffer possible. solutions to the menace of ethnic politics in Nigeria. To achieve these objectives, the primary.

virtues necessary for effective political leadership in Nigerians; an education system. The public sector of every nation is critical to its national development. anticipated to bring about effective leadership and foster sustainable political and economic. development in Nigeria. Through its ministries, departments and agencies, government puts in place policies, programmes and services that help galvanise development at all levels, engender economic progress and increase trust and connection between the managers of the state and the people.

The Nigerian Press and the urgent challenge of National Mobilization", A symposium by. .

The Nigerian Press and the urgent challenge of National Mobilization", A symposium by the Association of Mass Comm. 2011) "The Nigerian Press and the urgent challenge of National Mobilization", A symposium by the Association of Mass Comm. Students, ASUTECH, August, 27 . Comparative Federalism: A SystematicInquiry.

Nigerian Political Development. Book · April 2018 with 16 Reads

Nigerian Political Development. Book · April 2018 with 16 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The book explores the Nigerian political development and Events from the pre-colonial, colonial and post independence period; the Nigerian constitutions, their making processes, the makers and operators of the various constitutions; the Nigerian military, origin, functions/powers; military intervention into Nigerian politics; the Nigerian National Assembly, its establishment, functions/powers; the Nigerian presidency, the president and the vice-president of the Federal

Other major problems plaguing our democracy include imposition of the . Social injustice is another major blight on the Nigerian democracy. But because we are a democracy and the voters are not sure what they want, nothing gets done. 7. lack of participation

Other major problems plaguing our democracy include imposition of the leaders on the masses by the elite based on personal interests, leading to a misrepresentation of the people; social injustice, which stems from an indigene-settler dichotomy; electoral irregularities; religious and ethnic manipulation; poverty, hunger and unemployment; amongst others. lack of participation. Sadly in Nigeria, people fail to exercise their right to vote.

Democracy Day is June 12, a national public (bank) holiday in Nigeria. Until June 6, 2018, it was held annually on May 29. The date of Democracy Day was changed because it clashed with the birthday of the Emperor Bosun Babalola

Democracy Day is June 12, a national public (bank) holiday in Nigeria. The date of Democracy Day was changed because it clashed with the birthday of the Emperor Bosun Babalola. Democracy Day marks the day the military handed over power to an elected civilian government in 1999, marking the beginning of the longest continuous civilian rule since Nigeria's independence from colonial rule in 1960.

In his book, On Democracy, he reasons why .

In his book, On Democracy, he reasons why we should support democracy by identifying the following benefits: avoiding tyranny, essential human rights, general freedom of the citizens, self-determination, moral autonomy, protecting essential personal interests, human development, political equality, peace-seeking, and, finally, prosperity .

Thus, in dealing with democracy, one must be able to point to a set of.critical point in the country's history democracy will win out again.

Thus, in dealing with democracy, one must be able to point to a set of conditions that have actually existed in a number of countries, and say: democracy has emerged out of these conditions, and has become stabil-ized because of certain supporting institutions and values, as well as because of its own internal self-maintaining processes. The conditions listed must be ones which differentiate most democratic states from most others.

The Nigerian State is a victim of conflict, political instability and a cyclical .

The Nigerian State is a victim of conflict, political instability and a cyclical legitimacy crisis. Consequently, national development is retarded, and the political environment uncertain. The country’s authoritarian leadership faced a legitimacy crisis, political intrigues, in an ethnically - differentiated polity, where ethnic competition for resources drove much of the pervasive corruption and profligacy (Fagbadebo, 2007). It argues that the heavy reliance of Nigerian society on politics as a mean to acquire or amass wealth is one of the fundamental causes of instability in the polity.