PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SECURITY SUMMERSAULT IN URBAN CENTRES IN NORTH CENTRAL NIGERIA IN TIMES OF REFORMS

Joseph Adekunle Bamidele

Abstract


Public Administration is the machinery through which government can manage its activities effectively and efficiently and deliver services to citizens. But in Nigeria, there are huge challenges with public administration and its institutional apparatus in the discharge of its duties in the urban centres in Nigeria.


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