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CORRUPTION IN SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION: A BARRICADE TO CITIZENS WELFARE AND NIGERIA'S DEVELOPMENT
¹Brimah, Aminu N., * ² Bolaji, Ibrahim A. & ³ Ibikunle, Owolabi H.
¹ Department of Business Administration, Al - Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria. ² Department o f Social Studies, Kwara State College of Education, Oro, Nigeria. ³Department of Business Administration, Al - Hikmah University, Ilorin, Nigeria
It is a truism that an averag e Nigeria n does not view politics as an act of social administration, but that of self administration having seen the series of insanity exhibited by our leaders’ tagged administration. To worsen the situation, the judiciary and the media whom are viewed a s the last hope of the common man pass ridiculous judgment in political litigations as well as praise sig the government of the day. The case of the legislatur es is even terrible because the entire fund that would have been invested in social development goes i nto their kitty. This paper examines the dimensions of corruption by our leaders in social administration. It marvel' s at the way politicians treat citizens generally whom for their sake they claim to be in power. It however submits that for the coun try to experience meaningful
Politics, Administration, Development, Corruption, Society
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Volume 1, Number 3, October 2013
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