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Development control in Nigeria the Bauchi experience by Aminu Waziri Gumau

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Published by New Era Production in Bauchi State, Nigeria .
Written in English


  • City planning -- Nigeria -- Bauchi State,
  • Regional development -- Nigeria -- Bauchi State

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 64).

Statementby Aminu Waziri Gumau.
LC ClassificationsHT169.N62 B384 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 64 p. ;
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16219691M
ISBN 109780681701
LC Control Number2007325043

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the region toward a sustainable development explain the basis for persistent demand and endless crisis in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Key words: Oil, Pollution, control, Politics, Niger Delta, Federal government, Oil Companies. INTRODUCTION This paper offer a discussion of resource control and power allocated to the federal state with.   POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF DEVELOPMENT PLANNING IN NIGERIA. Better Control of Resources: The encouragement of human capital development is greatly advised as the optimum use of the available human resources will do the economy some much needed good. Also, the local levels of government should be allowed more control of available. To control and regulate the development of the city in accordance with founding concept and ideas as envisaged by the Architect Planner, various Acts/Rules and Architectural and Urban Legislations were put in place, which are as follows: (i) The Punjab Capital (Development and Regulation) Act Missing: Nigeria. Development control is the most visible part of the land use planning process and the function with which members of the public - particularly those engaged in the construction and property development industries - interact on a daily basis. However, the development control function cannot and should not operate in a g: Nigeria.

of development in Nigeria. Achebe () analysis of the leadership problem in Nigeria is located within this framework, lack of effective management of human and material resource as a result of leadership problem in the country. This paper examines the etymology of Nigerian development crisis ranging from colonialism to post colonial Nigeria. The whole package of Research and book Development by TETFund has triggered off intensive research in our institutions and is setting Nigeria on a path of national development . the bane of Nigeria’s development process is the neo-colonial, dependent economic system operating in the country. This system breeds mass poverty and deprivation, social unrest and political instability like the types Nigeria is facing today-uprising of Boko Haram, ethnic militia, armed robberies, and kidnappings, among others. the book of Dicksee () as: (i) internal control in preventing financial statement misstatement. DEVELOPMENT OF AUDIT IN NIGERIA. AbdulGaniyy () observed that prior to independence.