Reforming Planning And Budgeting Process In The Nigerian Public Sector: Need For
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Reforming Planning And Budgeting Process In The Nigerian Public Sector: Need For Policy And Legislative Reforms In Nigeria
The essence of planning and budgeting in any given country of the world is to make life abundant and tolerable through the provision of necessary infrastructure and economic development initiative. However, Nigeria case is different where for over five decades; the country is at state of disrepair as far as infrastructural development is concerned. This study, therefore, is an attempt at reforming planning and budgeting process in Nigeria vis-a-vis policy and legislative reforms. The study employed a cross-sectional survey design for this work. It involves gathering of data about the planning and budgeting process in Nigeria.DownloadViews: 26

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