The Problems And Prospects Of Privatization In The Nigerian Economy A Case Study Of Nigeria Telecommunications Limited (nitel)

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THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PRIVATIZATION IN THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIMITED (NITEL)

ABSTRACT

 

This research work is intended to x-ray some of the unexamined fact and the problem and prospect of privatization in the Nigerian economy.  Privatization as a reformatory programme has come to rest in the Nigeria economy.

             One could say that privatization is a child of circumstance but it could be a circumstance itself if not well implement.   This programme has worked well in some other countries though with some problems.   The Nigeria environment has considerably militated against its smooth implementation.

This study is intended to evaluate the privatization exercise already on in Nigeria by drawing inference form already privatized company such as NITEL, African petroleum, Niger dock but more emphasizing and detailed study was conducted in NITEL.

          The study will also help the researchers and management students have a basic knowledge of Nigeria political economic situation and efforts being advanced by the federal government to revive the economy.

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

 

Title page

Approval page

Acknowledgements

Abstract

Table of content

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.0     Introduction

1.1     Objective of study

1.2     Statement of problems           

1.3     Significance of study

1.4     Research questions

1.5     Scope of study

1.6     Limitation of study

1.7     Reference

 

CHAPTER TWO

2.0     Review of related literature

2.1     Origin and development of public enterprise

2.2     Theories on resources allocation.

2.3     The national for the establishment of public sector enterprise.

2.4     The political economy of Nigeria.

2.5     Rationale for effective execution of the privatization exercise.

2.6     Implementation proposal and report

2.7     Privatization methods.

2.8     References

 

CHAPTER THREE

3.0     Observations

3.1     Summary

3.2     Conclusion

3.3     Recommendations

3.4     Bibliography

CHAPTER   ONE

 

1.0                                       INTRODUCTION

The needs of a society stimulate the design of a programmed.  In the programme, the missions and the objectives are clearly stated and all other thing required for its    achievement of the programme are mapped out.  This therefore suggests to the implementation of the programme that certain procedures need to be followed for the achievement of the peoples’ desire it is designed for.

The issue of privatization as a programme is relatively new to Nigeria.  It is an old issue in other countries like Britain, USA, and French etc.

The concept of privatization crept into our vocabulary simultaneously with the economy crisis.  The combination of stringent trade and exchange controls on the trend and over devaluation of the Nigerians on the other hand resulted in misallocation of resources, high incidence of capital flight and other problems which tended to undermined government control of the economy.

Indeed, matters tended to get worse with the persistence and determination of balance of payment problems.  The erosion of national credit, the inability of most holders of import licenses to effective by utilizing them owning to the death of confiding lines and acute shortage of raw materials as well as consumer goods pushed the country’s economy to a large of collapse.

Here, in Nigeria, the emergence of privatization as a major public issues owning to the inefficiencies outlined above which as resulted to poor management of resources and consequently, general economic down turn could be as a result of Nigeria political system.

 

“ECONOMY IS A FUNCTION OF POLITICS

Immediately often her independence, Nigeria became a sovereign nation.  Independent in political and economic considerations, coupled with the windfall gains from the Crude Oil and the emergence of political tissues among the various ethnic groups geared up by tribalism, nepotism, favouritism and other extinct vices lead to the various coup and counter coup in the political area.

Consequently, the constitution was abandoned decrees by various Military Government became the order of the day.  The cross effect of all these, based on the content of this research was inefficiency.  In the highest

 

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