978-620-2-68232-9

Study on the Challenges in Controlling Corruption in Nigerian Custom

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Summary:

This research study highlights the various corrupt practices that exist in Nigerian Custom Department, simultaneously fused with the citizens perception towards the mode of service delivery by the Nigerian Custom workers.Conversely, Nigerian Custom Department, being one of the stronghold public offices that generates huge fiscal revenue for the country and having been enlisted as one of the major public organizations that has stench of unsalvageable corruption situation which the propelling factors are as a result of negligence in taking a substantive approaches in controlling corruption in this department and political factor. Inarguably, this unsatisfactory identity of the Nigerian Customs Service System, obviously has affected the international business partnership between Nigeria and other countries, therefore leads to the massive decline of gross domestic product in the Nigerian Economy.Secondly, this paper suggested the need of Citizens active participation in the fight against corruption in this very department which will definitely make the work of anti-corruption department much easier in reducing corruption in this department.

Author:

Ekene Francis Okagbue

Biographie:

Ekene Francis Okagbue, is a scholar and researcher who has attained different levels of education qualifications, badged O.N.D Honors in Agricultural Engineering Technology, B.A Honors in Chinese Language and Culture, specialised in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, and Masters Degree in Public Management and Administration.

Number of Pages:

132

Book language:

English

Published On:

2020-07-23

ISBN:

978-620-2-68232-9

Publishing House:

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing

Keywords:

Corruption, Custom Department, Corrupt Workers, Citizens Perception, Citizens Participation

Product category:

POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Affairs & Administration