Analysis of the Implementation of Child Rights Law in Nigeria
AbstractThe aim of the study was to analyse the implementation of Child Rights Law
in Nigeria so far. To accomplish this: three research questions and three
hypotheses were formulated to guide the investigation. Descriptive survey
research was employed carrying out the study. Stratified random sampling
technique was used to select 1811 respondents comprising 546 Civil
Servants, 291 Industrialists and 344 Traders. Data analysed using
descriptive statistics and analysis of variance were collected through a
questionnaire entitled-implementation of Child Rights Law questionnaire
(ICRLQ). The findings indicated that 68.75% of Child Rights Law had been
implemented. The implications of these findings were discussed.
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