Corruption, Governance and Political Instability in Nigeria

  • O Fagbadebo

Abstract



The Nigerian State is a victim of high-level corruption, bad governance, political instability and cyclical legitimacy crisis. In the absence of support from civil society, the effective power of government was eroded and patron-client relationships took a prime role over the formal aspects of politics, such as the rule of law, wellfunctioning political parties, and a credible electoral system. In order to break this cycle and ensure good governance, accountability and transparency must be guaranteed.

NESG Economic Indicators Vol. 14 (1) 2008: pp. 25-35
Published
2008-08-27
Section
Articles

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