The Challenges of Good Governance, Accountability of Governmental Agencies and Development in Nigeria
Some scholars have argued that the enhanced performance of governmental agencies in any nation is a product of good governance, accountability, transparency and trust, which in turn brings about the improvement in the living standard of the people. The implication of this position is that where good governance is absent, accountability of governmental agencies and development in such a society...
Published at Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio, Vol 6, No 2
Published in 2014
Gberevbie D.E, Oyeyemi A., Excellence-Oluye N.
Excellence-Oluye Nchekwube » Nchekwube O. Excellence-Oluye is a Lecturer and researcher at Covenant University. She obtained her first degree (B.Sc) in Political Science from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki 2005; M.Sc Public Administration-Public Policy at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State and is currently on her PhD programme in Public Administration at Covenant University. A core administrator by training... view full profile
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