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RESOURCE CONTROL AND NIGER DELTA CRISIS, A CASE SUDY OF BAYELSA STATE OF NIGERIA

ABSTRACT

This study was designed to examine the problems of resource control and the Niger-Delta crises in Nigeria. The study employed a descriptive research design. The sample for the study comprises of three senatorial zones of Bayelsa state made up of 32 (thirty two) electoral words. A total of 6 (six) words were drawn for the study. In all, a total of 6 (six) electoral words of 180 (one hundred and eight) male and female and adults were involved in this study. Thesis statement adopted for this research is Methodology/Descriptive method of analysis using questionnaire mainly, primary and secondary data in addition. In the cause of the research, three (3) Hypotheses were tested with the questionnaires. They are as follows:- Hypothesis (1) the revenue allocation formulary is disadvantageous to the Niger the plight of Niger-Delta. Three research questions guided the study. The instrument used for the study is the questionnaire. One hundred and eight questionnaires were administered to the three senatorial to zones. Data collected were organized by the researcher according to the three research control is percentage method. The result revealed that resource control is partly the cause and partly not the cause of the crisis in the Niger-Delta, that Niger-Delta crisis posed a big threat to the stability and corporate existence of the Niger- Delta crisis does directly influence negatively foreign investors as it slow down the level of their investment in Nigeria.          

               

CHAPTER ONE

1.1   Background of the Study

          The pervasiveness of the crisis in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria has been attributed to a number of factors the crisis has been in the region since 1957 when shell Nigeria struck their first oil will in Oloibiri in Bayelsa State, which is known as central Niger Delta in 1956.

        The crisis being an old fine phenomenon is generally believed to be caused by self determination, due to pain, poverty, privation, land degradation, marginalization, backwardness and neglect of the area, that is the major causes of the crisis in that region.

        In regards to the crisis, people have it that the major problem in the Niger Delta region, that has thrown the region into a home of social instability is caused by the endless agitation for resource control.

        This work will look mainly at the major factors militating the Niger Delta crisis. In the cause of the problems of resource control, the research work will look into the link between resource control and the Niger Delta Crisis and the problem that follows. The Crisis has been dated to the colonial era, but more emphasis will be laid from 1999 till date, because this is when the recent unabating bloody conflict started between the federal government and the militant in the Niger-Delta region of Nigeria. By this I mean the entrance of youths, youth militant and youth militias with volatile demands and ultimatums that have accentuated the scale and intensity of confrontations and violence with the multinationals and the state.

1.2   Statement of Problem

          This work is going to examine the problems of resource control and the Niger Delta Crisis.

        The problems of resource control is believe to be caused by self, determination, due to pain, poverty, privation, land degradation, marginalization, backwardness, neglects, low income, hunger, destitution, urban squalor, unemployment, social political deprivation, social inferiority, lack of dignity for human right, in security etc.

        This work will attempt to locate the link between resource control and the Niger-Delta crisis. What led the researcher to this is a need to understand the history, changing contexts and local and social processes and dynamic of the conflicts in the Niger-Delta to guide policy-makers, to understand, the social, economic, cultural and political processes, and to correct their perceptions, values, attitudes and interest in policy formulation. The alienation of the Niger-Delta region by the so called agent of federal government is the major cause of youth restiveness in the region.

        Also, lack of infrastructure in the area is another set back. Government should intensifying efforts to see that federal government programmes in the Niger-Delta areas are given human face.

        Finally, government should stop embarking elephant projects in the Niger-Delta region.

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