EVALUATION OF THE ROLE OF SECURITY AGENCIES IN 2011 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

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The role of security agencies in the management of elections in Nigeria occupies a significant and strategic position in the election process, and, by implication, the consolidation of electoral democracy. Since such agencies play significant roles in organising democratic elections, their actions and inactions could make or mar elections. Owing to this glaring fact, this study was aimed at ascertaining the impact of the role of security agencies in Nigeria elections, using the 2011 general elections as a case study. However, the study also tried to investigate what brought about the inefficiency of the security agencies during the 2011 election in Nigeria and to discover what constitutes the unfavourable environment for the security agencies during the 2011 General elections. It was also aimed at discovering if there is any significant relationship between the role of the security agencies and the success of 2011 Nigeria General elections. The study started with the introduction where the researcher discussed the background of the study and it also embodied the statement of the problem and the objectives of the study, significance, scope and limitations of the study. It continued with the second chapter where the major focus was on reviewing the works of other scholars that has contributed to the subject of discussion. It progressed to the third chapter that constitutes the study area and the research methodology. Chapter four focused on the data presentation and analysis using statistical methods. It also encompassed the testing of the hypotheses formulated for the study and that paved way for chapter five which is the concluding chapter. 

EVALUATION OF THE ROLE OF SECURITY AGENCIES IN 2011 GENERAL ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA
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    Type Project
    Department Public Administration
    Project ID PUB0982
    Fee ₦5,000 ($14)
    No of Pages 99 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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