Successive Failure of Democracy in Nigeria: The Way Out

Inuwa Abdu Ibrahim, Adamu Buba

Abstract


The research is an assessment of representative democracy as an administrative system in Nigeria, by highlighting the failure of the state. It looks at some components of direct democracy. Therefore, the paper focuses on direct democracy, using secondary sources of data. In conclusion, the research offers direct democracy as a solution to the failure of the Nigerian administrative system especially as it affects participation, developmental programmes and institutionalized corruption.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2013.v4n12p119


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