Corruption In Nigeria Essay Examples

Nigeria. Predictions show that by 2030, 37% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will be misused if the government does not take any action against corrupt institutions. Today it is estimated that over 15% of GDP is wasted through corrupt means. (Chiekezie, Nzewi,2016). Money set aside for development projects is at times diverted hence slowing down the level of development in the country. However, the government has established an anti-corruption unit that expected to take stern action on corrupt government officials. In Nigeria, there are people of diverse religious backgrounds. However, the largest populations are Muslims and Christians. These different religious beliefs have created very sharp...

Nigeria seamlessly adopt Quality Management System to sustain their effectiveness. The research strives to provide a better understanding of why the current process of implementation of Quality Management System employed by SMEs in Nigeria is less efficient and provide the recommendations, which can be used to improve the performance of SMEs. Introduction Quality Management Systems (QMS) is a set of coordinated activities, which are well documented to direct and control an organization to ensure continual improvement, effectiveness and efficiency of its performance based on any one of the standards. These require a procedure for attaining useful Quality Management (Avery & Zable, 1996)....

Nigeria, the West Indies and some parts of the South American tropics for the harvesting of its fiber, also known as jute. This particular variety is identified by its red or green stem and with leaves that are often green. More so, this type of Rosell is not edible due to its non-fleshy calyces that cannot be eaten. Often confused with fiber producing Kenaf, but this is grown more widely. The other strain is the H. sabdariffa var. sabdariffa of the race ruber which is a small bush which is cultivated for its edible calyces and along with its ability to produce jute. Furthermore, the Rosell has been noted for its health benefits. This particular variety is known by many vernacular names, due to its...

Nigeria. The author also indicated that population is has a positive correlation with the unemployment rate. Umaru & Zubairu (2012) exhibited a negative relation between inflation rate and the unemployment rate in Nigeria. Appraisal of Literature and Theoretical Framework for the Present Study Different studies indicated that although there is a significant relation between the unemployment rate and different socioeconomic variables, the results are often inconclusive. Moreover, no studies have incorporated Debt/GDP as a determinant of the unemployment rate. Debt/GDP ratio is a measure of the debt component of GDP. Although GDP indicates the economic growth of a country, Debt/GDP ratio is the...

Nigerian immigrant girl called Little Bee who has illegally moved to England after her family is butchered and her village destroyed by people who want the land for an oil field. The author uses first person perspective throughout the novel by narrating the story from Little Bee’s and Sarah’s perspective. The two had crossed paths in a Nigerian Beach in an encounter that entirely changed their lives. The theme of conflict is well highlighted throughout the story; most characters are in conflict with themselves and with the society. Little Bee is in conflict with herself. She has to survive in Nigeria in the midst of the struggle for control of the Country’s oil fields and also in England after...