A CRITICAL REVIEW OF NIGERIA INDUSTRIALISATION AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT STRATEGIES

A CRITICAL REVIEW OF NIGERIA INDUSTRIALISATION AND INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT STRATEGIES

Authors

  • AMINU YUSUF USMAN, PhD.

Keywords:

Corruption, Industrialisation, Programmes, Strategies, Literature-survey

Abstract

Nigeria is a country of about 160 million people and has been independent since October,
1960. The country is rich in cultural, ethnic, linguistics, religious and political diversity. This
paper reviews the impact of poor implementation of a dozen or so of policies, schemes and
programmes designed to promote industrialisation, create employment and foster economic
growth. The paper is literature survey type, relying on documented evidences and research
support strategies are mostly compromised
by the people entrusted to implement and bring the benefit to the intended beneficiaries and
the economy in general. It is therefore recommended that the policies, programmes and
schemes should be redesigned to remove areas of duplications, conflict of interest and
eliminate chances of officials compromising the programmes.

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Published

2023-08-08

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