2 edition of finances of the state governments in Nigeria, 1968-1976 found in the catalog.
finances of the state governments in Nigeria, 1968-1976
by Centre for Social and Economic Research, Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by K. Lupton.|
|Series||Research report / Centre for Social and Economic Research, Ahmadu Bello University ;, no. 8, Research report (Ahmadu Bello University. Centre for Social and Economic Research) ;, no. 8.|
|LC Classifications||HJ1501.Z7 L86 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 129 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||83242960|
ISSUES IN NIGERIAN FISCAL FEDERALISM; THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PRINCIPLE OF DERIVATION AND RESOURCE CONTROL Sam Ugwu Chijioke (Ph.D) Eme Okechukwu Innocent Emeh, Ikechukwu Eke Jeffry Department of Public Administration and Local Government, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Enugu State Nigeria Abstract. State Governors and Revenue Allocation Formula in Nigeria: A Case of the Fourth Republic Both the national and state government s. sa ying the finances of the state was not.
Abdullahi Aliyu Sumaila (23 March – 11 January ) was a Nigerian administrator, politician, entrepreneur, lecturer, farmer and teacher.. Early life. He was born at Mandawari Kofar Kudu Sumaila, his father a cognate of the royal Jobawa Fulani clan was called Sheikh Aliyu-Talle Sumaila a sugarcane merchant and a farmer from Kofar Fada Sumaila. His father a descendant of nobility and Nationality: Nigerian. Fulfilling one of the promises made in his first national address as president, Ibrahim Babangida in June issued Decree Num dissolving the National Security Organization (NSO) and re-structuring Nigeria's security services into three separate entities under the Office of the Co-ordinator of National Security. The State Security Service (SSS) was made responsible for domestic Headquarters: Aso drive, Abuja, FCT, 09°04′27″N .
Roughly half Nigeria’s states have primary ethnic identities, but since the country’s independence in , the influence of the majority ethnic group in each state has waned as the government. Since local governments are corporations of state government, local revenue structures are largely determined by state doctrine. While state governments generally aim to provide sufficient autonomy and support to local governments, there are fifty state-local revenue systems that even vary within states. In this case, autonomy refers to the amount of authority a municipality has over its.
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Nigeria is a federation with power and responsibilities shared between the Federal Government and thirty-six constituent state governments' Local governments are constitutionally recognized but are subject to the creation, control and regulation of State governments.
PUBLIC FINANCE STATISTICS 1. Introduction Public Finance [or Government Financial Accounts] statistics generally refer to data on the various types and forms of revenue and expenditure of Government. The public sector in Nigeria consists of the three tiers of Government finances of the state governments in Nigeria, State and Local] and their parastatals.
The public sector in Nigeria consists of the three tiers of Government [Federal, State and Local] and their parastatals. There are 36 States, a Federal Capital Territory (FCT) at Abuja and Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the Federation of Nigeria.
All the Governments in the country are required by law to prepare annual budgets and render accounts of their financial operations. The study tests for the stationarity properties of the time series public finance data of the Federal Government of Nigeria () using the Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF) test.
The current financial predicament of Local Government Councils and constant pressure for increase in allocation has been in the front burner of Local Governments Administration in Nigeria. The 1968-1976 book of this paper therefore is an examination of Local Government Finance in Nigeria using Iwo Local Government as a Case Study.
Examining the empirical relationship between government revenues and expenditures, expenditures and economic growth is a fundamental step in understanding the behaviour of Nigerian public expenditure and the economy on the basis of Wagner’s law or.
Adesua A () “Education Finance in Nigeria” in Introduction to Educational Planning S. Adesina (ed) Ile-Ife: University of Ife, Press, Period – The period to witnessed a lot of development in the financing of education in Nigeria. It was a period of the massive expansion of schools. It was a period of.
Financial Management In Nigerian Local Government System. The evolution of local government in Nigeria has followed very closely the Pre-colonial, Colonial and Neo-Colonial political development in other words, the existence of local government in Nigeria were tied willy-nilly to the apron strings of the pre-colonial, Colonial and Post Colonial successes or failures Nigeria or.
In Nigeria, states enjoy a level of sovereignty, but this 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.
The Nigerian government structure has taken on different shapes fromwhen she gained her independence. It has seen its changes to military regime to democracy era, including the good and bad sides of these regimes. It has also faced its share of ethnic, religious, and class differences which gave some dents in its structure.
In my opinion, the Financial Statements of Lagos State for the period ended 31st December, dawn up in conformity with International Public Sector Accounting Standards [Cash basis] as adopted in Nigeria, show a true and fair view of the State’s financial position and the cash flow for the period ended on that date, subject to theFile Size: 90KB.
The State Government sometimes delay payments to the Local Government Areas and in most cases do not remit the complete % to the Local Government Areas. There is thus, the need to grant Local Government Areas full autonomy as well as increase its funding as it would help to enhance grass root participation in the development of Nigeria.
At independence Nigeria had accumulated a trade deficit, which resulted from the importation of large quantities of machinery and equipment. By the late s it had a trade surplus, as revenue from crude oil exports allowed the country to import capital goods and industrial raw materials.
African governments are increasingly assuming new functions to respond to social and economic needs, and these functions are slowly becoming part of the accepted responsibilities of government.
These book addresses the need to modernise and improve budgetary concepts and procedures; and documents work achieved so far to make the budget system responsive to the increasing. Public finance is the study of the role of the government in the economy.
It is the branch of economics that assesses the government revenue and government expenditure of the public authorities and the adjustment of one or the other to achieve desirable effects and avoid undesirable ones.
The purview of public finance is considered to be threefold: governmental effects on (1) efficient. 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.
communities, federal and state governments. The Constitution also guarantees a system of democratically elected local government, specifies lists of responsibilities for the local government and makes it mandatory for both the federal and state governments to make direct financial allocations to local Size: KB.
Time have come for the Nigeria Presidency and Senate to review the constitution and dissolve the most corrupt tier of Government which is the "STATE GOVERNMENT". Let the Monthly Allocation be from the Federal Government to the Local Governments directly so that dividends of democracy can be felt by the grassroot population because the Local.
In the federal government, compelled to cut spending for the third plan, returned much of the financial responsibility for housing and primary education to state and local governments. Federal government finances especially drifted into acute disequilibrium between andat the end of President Shagari's civilian administration.
The fiscal operations of the Federal Government resulted in an overall deficit of N1, billion, or per cent of GDP. Provisional data on state government finances indicated an overall deficit of N billion, while that of the local governments revealed a surplus of N billion.
Debt financing has become a major fiscal policy instrument used by the Nigerian government at all levels in order to undergo capital projects that are not within its financial capacity. Debts are usually time-bound and require that the government repays the loans along with .Now in its 4 th edition, State and Local Public Finance provides a comprehensive and sophisticated analysis of state and local government public finance practices and issues, using the basic tools of economics.
For this new edition, there is a focus on the most important services provided in the state-local sector: education, health and welfare, public safety, and transportation.5/5(1).InCSG began publishing the book annually to better capture the pace of change and policy enactments of state governments.
InCSG took this format shift to the next evolutionary level by making the entire book available online in an electronic format through the .