PROJECT TOPIC- EEFFECT OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY.

ABSTRACT

          This research project on the effect of the anti-corruption policy of the Federal government on Ebonyi State University Abakaliki. Data/information were collected from different respondent and analyzed. It was discovered that some Ebonyi State University lecturer, students and non-academic would be caught up with the anti-corruption bill of the Federal government. This study how the

anti-corruption policy affect Ebonyi state University. This purpose of the study was to find out if anti-corruption policy of the federal government affect Ebonyi state University and to find out the extent and degree of involvement of Ebonyi State University Lecturers, non-academic staff and students in the corrupt practices as spelt out in the anti-corruption bill. The result showed among other things that some

Ebonyi state University lecturers, non-academic and students were involved. The population of this study consisted of CAS, PRESCO and Ishieke Campus. Two hundred students were selected for convenience. Questionnaires were the only instrument used for data collected. The data collected were analyzed using simple percentages. It was recommended that lecturers and non-academic staff should be

promptly paid their salaries and victims of these offences should be duly punished as stipulated by the bill.

PROJECT TOPIC- EEFFECT OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY.

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

          Given the fragile economic situation and the unstable socio-political base of this country coupled with the employment scales University Education system in Nigeria has been corrupted ground this days unlike University Education system in Nigeria has been corrupted ground this days unlike University Education at seventies. Corrupt practices among Nigeria citizens, high or low, are well known. This has

constituted a serious problem to the development of the Nigeria society. International economic interactions between Nigeria and the countries of Europe and America are affected adversely by the phenomenon of corruption. Relationship between Nigeria and citizens of other countries are characterized by caution and mistrust. Ezegbo (1999) observe that bribery has gotten so much of the

lives of most Nigerians that seven (7) is impossible to achieve anything get anything done, implement any programme or secure anything, without the impelling force and influence of any of these vicious drives. Moreso, in Nigeria, corruption has assumed on alarming proportion, it has permitted all facets of society, running through all classes upper, middle, and lower classes. If there are differences, such differences are

only in term of degree. The difference in degree is due largely to differences in the circumstance of the classes. The presence of corruption has become pervasive in Nigeria. Whether in private or public enterprises its presence is felt.  In fact, corruption has virtually become a way of life in Nigeria. Odondiri (1995:80) assert that; Corruption is endemic in our body Education. Nowadays, almost every discourse

about Nigeria centers more on the high ascendancy only of corruption in our public life. There is a very strong perception that in Nigeria, corruption is institutionalized and it is not that officials are corrupt but corruption is official. Corruption in public services (e.g) (University setting), took a more ravaging dimension after independence in 1960. In fact, corruption in Education started earlier of 1973 (Onuegbu

1985:18). But, president Olusegun Obasanjo in an address he presented at the formal signing into law of corrupt practice and other related offences Act, 2000, gave a some what elastic definition of corruption when he argued that corruption covered acts such as: use of one’s office for advantage, gratification, influence peddling, insincerity in advice with the aim of gaining advantage, less than a full day’s work for

a full day’s pay, tardiness and slovenliness. A person is said to be corrupt if he or she uses the position occupied to extort favours from client outside the officials rewards due to him or her. In other words, a public official is corrupt if such official accepts any reward or favour performing his statutory duties.

          Apart from the political leadership, corruption runs through all the state of Nigerian society mostly on the side of Education. The oddity, the irrationality, the bestiality and the hopelessness of the entire situation is that, the highest places persons, the political leaders, the Educational administration, the managers, the organizers. The chief executive and any person who is in position to influence matters, and

give praise-worthy example at best practices against these vices in the open but does the exact opposite. Examples abound in government and politics, in public establishments in the school system, in the family and even in religion circles. Many corrupt practices abound in Nigeria. Those corrupt practices ranges from pen robbery, bribery. Indolence grafe injustice, embezzlement of public funds, Certificate forgery, examination malpractices, dishonesty,  immorality, fraud, and election malpractices, in decent dressing, indiscipline to mention but a few.

PROJECT TOPIC- EEFFECT OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY.

1.2   STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

Corruption in Nigeria has reached such very alarming and frightening degree that everybody both those in power who are powerless, but are victims to the crime.  Whether sincerely, honestly or deceitfully, are all open crying out for a redress. The situation has become so bad, that some societal critics and cynics now fell that hell is not as bad as Nigeria. The case of Alhaji Sahisu Buhari as he was involved in certificate

forgery that led to his being elected as a speaker of the House of Representative in 1999. He claimed to have attended Toronto University, Chicago that was false. This is aspect of corruption. Also senator Bola Tinubu who is recently the executive Governor of Lagos state and former senate presidents, senator Evans Enworem were accused of certificate forgery. Bribery is now the order of the day in our country. It

has become a matter of common knowledge that bribery should no longer be a secret deal because prominent members of the society freely indulge in it. It is so common that when you refuse to offer or accept bribes, people around you would either do that on your behalf or scold you for not being tready. Imagine the security men in our country particularly in Ebonyi State University whose duty are bound

protect students from cheating in the examination hall has used it as means of making money for themselves, even when he was not sent but he know that examination is going on there, he delegate himself to go and secure the place. It seems therefore that it is a synthetic apriority that the Nigerian body (i.e different sectors in Nigeria) needs an anti-biotic in the absence of antigen, against corruption,

that is anti-corruption policy. In the transition. Apart from corruption itself has been so evident staggering and frightening, as it sounds never deferred young Nigerians whose stock in trade in touting examination. For less intelligent ones, coming into the examination hall with foreign bodies and paving their way through any difficult examination. In fact the nation’s educational system has been bastardized

that its products found in all spheres of life carry with them the stigma of corruption. Consequently, emphasis is on the member of degreases with which individual parades to enable him/her scale through in the hardless of unemployment. If this are true, it does point to a very serious problem in our Education system. Has the anti-corruption policy of the federal government has any effect on the attitude of the students and staff of Ebonyi state University? This is the problem addressed by this study.

1.3   PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The primary objective of this study is to identify the group of people which. The anti-corruption policy can affect in Ebonyi state University as:

  1. The research hope to find out if lecturer in Ebonyi State University are involve in the corruption practices.
  2. To find out the degree of involvement of Ebonyi State University students in corrupt practices.
  3. To find out the involvement of non-academic staff of Ebonyi state University in corrupt practices.
  4. Finally, to find out how educational system in Ebonyi state university is relate to corrupt practices.

1.4  SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

It has become necessary to conduct this research project so as to review to both government and the society at large. The effects of corrupt practices and its consequences on Educational system and the partakers of the practices. Following the increasant outcry by parents, and the society at large regarding poor performance and much spending of students in our university Education system, particularly

Ebonyi state University, crazing from this corruption practices. The researcher want to use this reach project as a source of useful information that will guide and direct the government, students, lecturers, and non-academic staff who involved themselves in corrupt – practices as it will make them stop the practices indulging in this evil act. And will also make them fight against corruption in the schools.

1.5  RESEARCH QUESTION

  1. To what extents do Ebonyi State University lecturers involves in corrupt practice?
  2. To what extent do Ebonyi state University non-academic staff involve themselves in corrupt practices?
  3. To what extents do Ebonyi state University students involves themselves in corrupt practices?
  4. To what extent does anti-corruption policy of the federal government affect Ebonyi. State staff and students.

PROJECT TOPIC- EEFFECT OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY.

1.6   THE SCOPE OF THE STUDY

For a proper and a good research work, the researcher has limited her scope of study to only Ebonyi state University. This is due to time factor and financial constraints. Therefore apart from the above two factors, the researcher would have studied the whole higher institution in Nigeria.

PROJECT TOPIC- EEFFECT OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY.

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