1 edition of Indigenous political structures and governance in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Indigenous political structures and governance in Nigeria
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Olufemi Vaughan.|
|LC Classifications||JS7656.3.A8 I53 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 358 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||2008406356|
political leadership since independence. Available records on the history of the political development of Nigeria since independence have shown that the reins of government has always fallen into the hands of a political leadership class that showed more interest in private, group or ethnic gains than in the general wellbeing of the Nigerian state. majority groups was further accentuated by the tripodal regional administrative structure of the s, which gave each majority ethnic group a region. From this demographic and historical starting point, Nigeria has evolved a tripolar ethnic structure, which forms Cited by:
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Tradition and Politics in Africa: Indigenous Political Structures in Africa is based on selected original papers presented at the International conference on Indigenous Political Structures and Governance in Africa, held at the University Of Ibadan, Nigeria, in under the auspices of the Ford Foundation.
Drawing on the works of leading scholars, this volume explores the interaction between indigenous political structures Format: Paperback.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction / Olufemi Vaughan --Traditional rulers, governance and the postcolonial state / F.O. Nyemutu Roberts --Chieftaincy politics in Nigeria / Olufemi Vaughan --Between "traditional" and "ruler": the making of contested retribalizations / Eghosa E.
Osaghae --Women chiefs in Ibadan. Based on selected papers presented at the international conference on Indigenous Political Structires and Governance in Africa held in the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, inTRADITION AND POLITICS examines the implications of rapidly changing indigenous structures for the shifting contours of power relations in colonial and postcolonial African states and societies in Author: Olufemi Vaughan.
administration Adowa African Studies Agbaje Anglophone Antwi Kwaa appointed areas Asante Balogun Botswana British Buganda central chiefly chieftaincy institution civil cocoa colonial committee conflict constitutional Council court CPDM cultural Democracy democratic dispute Dizi economic elders elections elite Emir Eritrea Ethiopia ethnic farmers French Cameroon Ghana groups Hoepakranz House of Chiefs Ibadan Ilorin immigrants indigenous political structures.
Elections and Governance in Nigeria’s Fourth Republic is a book about Nigerian politics, governance and democracy. It at once encompasses Nigeria’s post-colonial character, its political economy, party formation since independence, the role of Electoral Commissions, as well as, indepth analyses of theand general elections.
The premise is that the role of indigenous political structures in the governance and politics of the postcolonial African state has been neglected by scholars since African independence. However, the resilience of these structures makes it necessary for scholars Author: Elizabeth Normandy.
structures and systems of governance in place before the arrival of the western colonialists, but to the effect that the indigenous bourgeoisie which took over power at independence were mere stooges. These stooges inherited clear that the trouble with Nigeria is that of political File Size: KB.
The study makes recommendations for Norway’s strategic approach to governance in Nigeria based on a political economy analysis.
Norad was requested to undertake the study by the Norwegian Embassy in Nigeria. Indigenous Peoples and the Local Government: Building Good Governance in the Philippines 14 region is bounded on the west by the Ilocos coast and on the east by the Cagayan V alley.
In Nigeria, civilian rule ended with a military coup in and the assassination of the prime minister and a number of regional politicians and senior military officers (Luckham, ). Since then there have been a number of successive coups with only four years of democratic government (Diamond, b).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers presented at an international conference in Ibadan, Nigeria in July that is still steeped in its own indigenous governance systems, even after concerted efforts were made by firstly the British authorities and later, the Zambian political establishment, to denude them.
Even today, many Barotse or Lozi still adhere to their indigenous governance systems and continue to recognise their king, known as the Size: KB. Abstract. African political systems and institutions were traditionally based on kinship and on lineage (that is, on common ancestry), sanctioned by a founding myth.
First, they were based on an elaborate system of checks and : Mueni wa Muiu, Guy Martin. African Governance Systems in the Pre and Post-Independence Periods: Enduring Lessons and Opportunities for Youth in Africa A Discussion Paper Prepared by Professor Amadu Sesay, Centre for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ilorin, Nigeria For The Mandela Institute for Development Studies, Johannesburg, South Africa July 11 File Size: KB.
governance in Nigeria. Key Words: Indigenous, Religion, Democracy and Good Governance INTRODUCTION Since independence in Nigeria, attempts to entrench democratic rule and good governance have been truncated prematurely over the years.
The reasons are not farfetched. For instance, the attitudes of the political class are. Olufemi Vaughan (editor) Indigenous Political Structures and Governance in Africa, Ibadan, Nigeria: Sefer Academic Press,pp.
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iv. Traditional Structures and Local Governance Georg Lutz / Wolf Linder. Traditional forms of authority differ from the modern state in that the leadership in modern societies are usually elected or appointed by elected officials, while traditional leadership is usually inherited or Size: KB.
Drawing on the works of leading scholars, this volume explores the interaction between indigenous political structures and modern African states. The book focuses on the response of indigenous political structures to Africa's rapid social transformation in the twentieth century.
These form the Nigeria Political Structure through which governance (good) is administered to other Stakeholders. This presentation takes an empirical and concise perspective to the Nigeria Political Structure from towith focus on the formation of governments through political party representation – The Presidency, the State.
Good governance – the concept In the last twenty years, the concepts of “governance” and “good governance” have become widely used in both the academic and donor communities. These two traditions have dissimilar conceptualisations. First, there is File Size: KB.
This section of the work discusses ethnic minority problems in contemporary Nigeria, with emphasis on the grievances of the oil-producing communities of Rivers State. The discussion is divided into three broad parts.
The first identifies and disentangles the key grievances and demands of the oil-bearing ethnic minority communities. The second part highlights the agitational activities and Author: Rotimi T.
Suberu. Nigeria’s Creaky Political System. Nigeria has made progress since its return to democracy in But a political system crippled by corruption and dogged by ethnic tensions threatens to derail the country from its path toward good governance.
This book is for undergraduate and graduate courses in African and Comparative Politics as well as development-oriented courses in Political Science and related disciplines. It is also of great relevance to governance and development analysts and practitioners in international by: The main indices of political instability in Nigeria include the high turnover of governments (regime, structure, institutions, and personnel) occasioned by military coups, inconclusive and contested electoral outcomes, frequent changes in policy, political violence, and crisis of legitimacy, for example between and there were ten.
International Journal of Politics and Good Governance Volume VIII, No. Quarter I ISSN: – 2 Introduction The history of indigenous knowledge systems in solving disputes and peace building in Zimbabwe dates back to the pre-colonial era where elders and File Size: KB.
Practices that take place in coordination with, or formally sanctioned by, the colonial power. In many cases, indigenous peoples accommodated themselves to, and integrated themselves into, the political structures of the colonial power, either by force or by choice or both.
The governance of indigenous peoples has historically been channeled into structures that typically continue to be controlled by the. 4 POLITICAL GOVERNANCE STUDY IN ZAMBIA $" " Women's participation in the political process and the commitment to address the imbalances 34 33 Factors Hindering Effective Political Governance 23 Overview 37 36 Lack of Development and Economic stresses on citizens The Paradox of Traditional Chiefs in Democratic Africa shows that unelected traditional leaders can facilitate democratic responsiveness.
Ironically, chiefs' undemocratic character gives them a capacity to organize responses to rural problems that elected politicians and state institutions lack. Nigeria was approximately one-fifthof Africa's total popula tion; it consisted of a multitude of ethnic groups living in their own territories, differing from each other in language, traditional social and political structure, ~/ay of life and other culturai traits, and having their own separate Size: 9MB.
Of all the kingdoms and empires in Yorubaland, the Oyo political system was the most popular and outstanding as it was able to influence issues in other kingdoms like Ijebu, Ife, Dahomey (now the Republic of Benin) and so on.
Below is the political-administrative structure of. The total governance scores have a very robust correlation () with the country scores in Kaufmann et al™s aggregate governance indicators, indicating the validity of the results.3 Previous discussion papers looked at the issues of Governance and Development4 and Assessing Governance: Methodological Challenges5.
This paper focusesFile Size: KB. In only 3 political parties contested elections in Nigeria. But in25 new political parties were registered by the national Electoral body, bringing to 28 the number of political parties that contested the elections.
The key test to the political future of Nigeria still lies in an enduring civilian governance. Published in the IT Studies in Indigenous Knowledge and Development series. Rex Honey ()Rex was a co-founder of the UI Center for Human Rights and helped to launch its new certificate program; he served as the Center’s associate director from to Published by Banff Centre Press, Restorying Indigenous Leadership: Wise Practices in Community Development is a foundational resource of the most recent scholarship on Indigenous leadership.
The following is an excerpt from the introduction by editors Cora Voyageur, Laura Brearley, and Brian Calliou. This paper examines the issues of corruption, political accountability and the challenges of governance with emphasis on the fourth republic of Nigeria that is – This study examines the nature and character of Nigerian State vis-à-vis her politics, corruption and governance.
The federal government of Nigeria is composed of three distinct branches: legislative, executive, and judicial, whose powers are vested by the Constitution of Nigeria in the National Assembly, the President, and the federal courts, including the Supreme Court, respectively.
Nigeria is a federal republic, with executive power exercised by the president. Headquarters: Aso Rock Presidential Villa. Names in brackets for the examples are Indigenous Peoples involved, where specified.
Check marks () indicate if an article mentions the type of governance and management structure: Indigenous (e.g. by single or various Indigenous institutions), collaborative (in partnership with one or more external organizations), or : Tanya C. Tran, Natalie C.
Ban, Jonaki Bhattacharyya. Traditional Governance and Adapted Forms of Government In the early 19th century, British and Canadian governments began interfering directly with the autonomy and sovereignty of Indigenous nations.
They forcefully disposed of traditional governments and replaced them with a system of indirect rule effected throughFile Size: 44KB. Governance highlight the variation in the points of view: ‘Corporate governance is concerned with ways of bringing the interests of investors and manager into line and ensuring that firms are run for the benefit of investors’.2 Corporate governance includes ‘the structures, processes, cultures and systems thatFile Size: KB.
the parent political-style copied, thus making the attainment of good governance impossible. Suffice to state that copied western-style political system, have inherent challenges which are managed with a compelling sense of patriotism- a very rare feature in Nigeria and most other Third World countries.
In an attempt at distinguishing a. Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Good Governance in Ghana: The Traditional Akan Socio Political Example. Martin Odei Ajei. 01 Jan 72 page s PDF. Download. and advocates a national referendum to decide on whether, and how these traditional principles and structures should influence the unfolding of Ghana’s constitutional by: 2.Nigeria’s ancient indigenous traditions continue to adapt and survive, though they also continue to be challenged by religious and political forces that seek to diminish their power.
There are countless of these traditions in Nigeria, but the number of practitioners is difficult to determine, and is probably underestimated because religious identity numbers do not account for the many.appraisingly evaluates indigenous governance in the pre-colonial era and the contemporary dimension it has taken in the colonial and post-colonial periods.
As a result, this chapter adopted historical, analytical, political and religio-ethical approach leading to the fact that the democratic tendencies occasioned by the West haveAuthor: Munyaradzi Mawere, R. Mwanaka.