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THE IMPACT OF CIVIC EDUCATION ON POLITICAL PARTICIPATION: A CASE STUDY OF 2019 GENERAL ELECTION INGADA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF SOKOTO STATE

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The study was to assess the problemss and prospects of free, fair and credible election in Nigeria conducted election for contestants into various elective posts in 2019. The 2019 general elections characterize free, fair and credible even though there were some states with violence before, during and after the election. The violence that took place especially after the presidential election was unique in the history of the Nigerian politics. The paper aims to consider the challenges of elections and identified the past mistakes of the electoral body in the previous elections and proffered solutions to avoid the future occurrence. The INEC as the electoral body has major functions to perform so also the party stakeholders as the major political actors in the electoral procedure have important roles to play in assuring violence free elections in Nigeria.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

TITLE PAGE-------------------------------------------------------------------

APPROVAL PAGE--------------------------------------------------------

DEDICATION--------------------------------------------------------------------

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT--------------------------------------------------------

ABSTRACT------------------------------------------------------------------------

CHAPTER ONE: 

1.1GENERAL INTRODUCTION ------------------------------------------------

1.2Statement of the Problem ---------------------------------------------------

1.3Objective of the Study -------------------------------------------------------

1.4Significance of the Study --------------------------------------------------

1.5Scope of the Study-----------------------------------------------------------

1.6Research Questions ---------------------------------------------------------

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 Introduction 

2.2 Conceptual Framework--------------------------------------------------------

2.2.1 Civic Education ------------------------------------------------

2.2.3 Political Participation ------------------------------------------

2.3Theoretical Framework --------------------------------------------------------

2.3.1 Civic Voluntarism Model Theory---------------------------

2.4 Empirical Study………………………………………………………

2.5 Summary and Uniqueness of the Study……………………………….

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHOD 

3.2 Design of the Study----------------------------------------------------------

3.3 Area of the Study---------------------------------------------------------

3.4 Population of the Study ----------------------------------------------------

3.5 Sample and Sampling Technique ------------------------------------------

3.6 Instrument for Data Collection ---------------------------------------------

3.6.1 Validation of the Instrument ----------------------------------------------

3.6.2 Reliability of the Instrument ---------------------------------------------

3.7 Method of Data Collection -------------------------------------------------

3.8 Method of Data Analysis --------------------------------------------------

CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS 

Age------------------------------------------------------------ 

Ethnic ------------------------------------------------------------

Marital Status ------------------------------------------------------------

Religion ------------------------------------------------------------

Qualification ------------------------------------------------------------

Occupation ------------------------------------------------------------

Research question one------------------------------------------------------------

Research question two----------------------------------------------------------

Research question three-----------------------------------------------------------

Research question four------------------------------------------------------------

Research question five------------------------------------------------------------

Research question six----------------------------------------------------------

Research question seven----------------------------------------------------------

Summary of Findings ------------------------------------------------------------

CHAPTER FIVE: DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION AND SUMMARY 

5.2 Discussion of the findings--------------------------------------------------

5.3 Conclusion --------------------------------------------------------------------

5.3 Recommendations of the findings------------------------------------------ 

5.4 Suggestions for further study -----------------------------------------------

5.5 Summaries of the findings -------------------------------------------

REFERENCES ------------------------------------------------------------------


The researcher used secondary source of data collection that is using documentaries and INEC annual reports. The study found out that in all the elections organized and conducted in Nigeria; it was only 2019 presidential election that was a free, fair, credible and acceptable election to some extend in the history of Nigerian politics. The presidential election of 2019 was a race between two powerful political parties themega opposition party,

All Progressive Congress (APC) and People’s Democratic Party (PDP). To explain this study, the researcher used system theory and structural functionalism theory. To overcome the occurrence of future elections violence in Nigeria, the government and party stakeholders must focus on these issues: such as ethnicity, religious attitudes regionalization of the political parties, political thugs and power incumbency that are an obstacle to free, fair and credible election in the Nigerian that are used in heating up the political institution and jeopardize free, fair and credible elections. To resolve these problems, the study suggested that the INEC should have full autonomy to discharge their duties without fear or favor. The paper concluded that if the recommended measures in the study are taken into consideration and implemented effectively, Nigeria can have free, fear and credible in subsequent elections.


THE IMPACT OF CIVIC EDUCATION ON POLITICAL PARTICIPATION: A CASE STUDY OF 2019 GENERAL ELECTION INGADA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF SOKOTO STATE

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