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challenge of Nigeria"s indigenization
Akinade Olumuyiwa Sanda
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local government administration and national development in nigeria: challenges and prospects Article (PDF Available) February w Reads How we measure 'reads'. The thesis is a comprehensive examination of the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decrees of and , and more broadly of the process of indigenisation in Nigeria. A brief introduction to the historical background of indigenisation before is followed by an account of the timing of the Decrees in the context of the oil boom in the country's economy.
1 ways to Indigenize and decolonize academic programs and courses Dr. Shauneen Pete Executive Lead: Indigenization University of Regina Indigenization at the UR is understood as “The transformation of the existing academy by including Indigenous knowledges, voices, critiques, scholars, students and materials as well as. PTF on COVID Chairman, Boss Mustapha. *Virus now in LGs as FG extends eased lockdown by four weeks By Omeiza Ajayi. ABUJA—The federal government has expressed its readiness to reopen the.
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Nigeria needs to tackle the challenge its infrastructure problems by providing the proper funding and cracking down on the embezzlement of public funds earmarked for infrastructure. Any engineer or contractor that fails to do his work well should be taken to s: Challenge of Nigeria's indigenization.
Ibadan: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A O Sanda. 5 Problems of Indigenization in Nigeria and 3 Possible Solutions.
The decree was promulgated in February and was revised inrenamed as the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decree. Yet, as promising as the Nigerian Indigenisation Policy is — brilliant in concept, and unique in its implementation — the basic masterplan is not progressing never.
Indigenization is challenge of Nigerias indigenization book act of making something more native; transformation of some service, idea, etc. to suit a local culture, especially through the use of more indigenous people in administration, employment, etc.
The term is primarily used by anthropologists to describe what happens when locals take something from the outside and make it their own (e.g.
Africanization, Americanization). Like some great nations of the world, the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria starts off with âWe the peopleâ but then it is followed by goals that Iâve never seen any Nigeria leadership or government attempt to pursue in my entire existence as a Nigerian (and.
The original indigenization decree set down two categories of foreign businesses for Nigerian participation. One category, reserved exclusively for Nigerians, contained 22 types of enterprises. CHALLENGES OF INDIGENIZATION.
Indigenization could be misinterpreted by aliens as a creeping nationalization. Nigeria Airforce Current Affairs Past Questions and Answers (NAF Test/Exam) NAF QUESTIONS - In this article, we provided N igerian air f.
Book famine descended on Nigeria. One indication of the unhealthy state of the book sector in Nigeria since has been the number of task forces, study groups, conferences and committees set up to make recommendations on various facets of book production and distribution, including ways to equip the book sector and make it meet the needs.
Challenges and Opportunities Daibi W Dagogo, Department of Banking and Finance, Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria.
_____ Abstract This paper reviews the challenges and opportunities of Nigeria’s industrial development since the past seventy years. It describes the history of industrialization while critiquing the process. The British could not have resisted the Indigenization Decree because (after the destruction of the Igbo in ) they had no other leg to stand in Nigeria.
Before the Nigeria/Biafran war, the British were very well represented in the THREE Regions: EAST, WEST AND NORTH (and to a lesser extent Midwest). CHRISTIANITY IN NIGERIA: THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPING THE CHALLENGES OF INDIGENIZATION OF CHRISTIAN WORSHIP AMONG THE BAPTIST CHURCHES IN YORUBALAND INTRODUCTION The Review of the Students’ Hand Book and Syllabus of the NBTS Ogbomoso F.
The Need for Change of Attitude in International Communities. Based on semi-structure interviews and secondary data, this paper examines the westernization of audiences - among other phenomena - as a serious challenge to the indigenization paradigm in.
What is Indigenization. Definition of Indigenization: A collaborative process of naturalizing Indigenous intent, interactions, and processes and making them evident to transform spaces, places, and hearts.
In the context of post-secondary education, this involves including Indigenous perspectives and approaches. The indigenization process must entail the need for special training in the context of the peculiar needs and challenges facing Nigeria (Idyorough, ).
There is a need to focus on development of curricula of social work programmes, the main thrusts of which are a complete rethinking of national development, social welfare and services to.
Read Also: 7 ways to Encourage youth participation in agriculture; a panacea to youth unemployment in Nigeria. 3) Increasing strategies that check book piracy: Book piracy in Nigeria need to be checked as this is downgrading the publishing government can introduced more methods that can track down book pirates in Nigeria.
This is one of the methods of promoting the publishing. In this account of Nigeria's indigenization program, Nigeria's evolution into a one-product export economy-accompanied by a decline in agriculture and little industrial growth-happened at the same time that Nigerians assumed ownership in basic economic sectors.
The study restricts itself to book publishing in Nigeria. It explored the challenges facing the industry and unveils the prospects available to the industry. The Staff of Literamed publications Nigeria limited, an indigenous publishing firm were studied.
The study however did not cover digital or electronic book publishing in Nigeria. Can you give us your own account of INDIGENIZATION POLICY. How does this policy shape/affect Nigeria's economic landscape. I intends to open a debate on this little known event among today's youth that had far-reaching consequence(s).
It is so far-reaching that it continues to resonate up till this day. The challenges for ndigenization in Nigeria is yet to be posted,meanwhile Nigeria is facing a whole lot of challenges arising from indigenization,both politically,physically and otherwise Ask.
The indigenization paradigm is, today, driving sensitive sectors of the Nigerian economy, including education. Generally viewed by culturalists as a strategy aimed at cultural protectionism, it has somehow been envisaged in foreign language (FL) teaching in the country.
Early History of Book Publishing in Nigeria The very first printing press in Nigeria was established in Calabar in by Rev. Hope Waddell of the Presbyterian church of Scotland Mission.
The press was used to print Bible lessons and later arithmetical books for schools. (Ajibade ).The promotion of industrial development became a challenge major Looking at Nigeria, globalization can play a major in the privatization role earlier indigenization policies of promotethat d international investments and gve room for local businesses to gain from the National a Economic Reconstruction Fund(NERF).This article evaluates how and to what extent indigenization of social work profession and practice in Nigeria can occur.
There is a need to indigenize social work because of the shortcomings and inadequacies of Western social work theories and practices in addressing Nigerian social problems.