Category: Government

Information on governmental studies in Nigeria

Types of Intergovernmental Relations in Nigeria

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Nigeria is one of the countries in the world that uses the federalist form of government. Federalism is a kind of governmental system that unites several political ideologies into a general political framework. This has the effect of dividing up authority between general and constitutional governments. Federalism, in its most basic definition, is the preservation […]

Types of Law in Nigeria

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The exact meaning of the law is unlikely to be resolved, but it is generally understood to be a set of regulations that are made and enforced by social or governmental institutions to control behavior. Justice has been variably referred to as both an artistic technique. Rules can be created by a body of legislators […]

Types of Bills in Nigeria

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A bill is a piece of legislation or writing that is submitted to the national assembly for consideration before being passed into law. However, a bill needs the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria’s signature to become law. Before becoming a law, the legislative house must deliberate. We’ll be knowing the different types of […]

Types of Allowances in Nigerian Civil Service (2023)

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The civil service in Nigeria are responsible for the day to day planning and implementation of government policies under the various ministries, agencies and departments of government. The employees who work under the civil service are referred to as civil servants and they are entitled to various allowances for carrying out such service on behalf […]

Types of Pressure Groups in Nigeria

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Pressure groups have grown to be a crucial component of public administration and governance. These organizations strive to exert pressure on a government’s administrative and political structure. They seek to either advance their interests or, at the very least, prevent them from being pushed to the margins. Without taking into account their opinions, no system […]

The Major Importance of Voting in Nigeria

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A democratic nation like Nigeria values the ability of its citizens to vote for their government. Many people in our country are entitled to vote, yet few enjoy doing so. According to INEC data base, the largest voter turnout in Nigerian history occurred during the 2019 general elections, where 35% of eligible voters participated. The […]

Types of Citizenship in Nigeria: Full List

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Nigeria has various types of citizenship categories. The three ways to become a citizen of Nigeria are through birth, registration, and naturalization, as stated in the 1999 Nigerian Constitution. An individual must fulfill certain requirements in order to be eligible to obtain any of these Nigerian citizenships. In this article, we provide information about the […]

Importance of Political Parties in Nigeria

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Nigeria is a democratic country in which political parties play a crucial part in this democracy. All of the political figures in the nation are chosen by the public populace in open elections. The victorious candidates speak for their respective constituencies. The president is the top leader among all the leaders and has the power […]

Importance of Federalism in Nigeria

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If you read the Nigerian Constitution closely, you’ll notice that the country is referred to as the “Federal Republic of Nigeria.” Our country’s federal system is defined by this phrase. While there are other countries that practice true federalism, Nigeria is referred to as a quasi-federal state. In this write-up, we’ll analyse the significance of […]

Top Reasons Why We Need Government

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The ancient Greeks were the ones who gave us ideas about the need of government in any given society. Plato and Aristotle referred to the art of government as “steering the ship of the state so as to avoid landing on rocks”. The statesmen at the steering take decisions for the welfare of the state. […]