– Role Performance of Local Government Councils in Agricultural Development in South-East Nigeria –
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The study assessed the role performance of local government councils in agricultural development in southeast Nigeria.
Specifically, the study was designed to: ascertain the role expectations of LGCs agriculture departments as perceived by LG agriculture/veterinary department staff and farmers, determine agricultural role achievements of LGCs as perceived by LG staff and farmers.
Ascertain LGs’ funding for agriculture from 2007 to 2011, identify linkages that exist between farmers, LGCs, and agricultural development agencies/projects/programs such as ADP, CADP, etc. and identify factors that militate against the performance of LGCs in agricultural development.
Four states namely: Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, and Enugu were used for the study. Structured Interview schedule/self-administered questionnaire, and oral interview were used for data collection. Secondary data were collected from the annual budget and expenditure profiles of the LGCs.
Only 324 copies of the questionnaire were used for analysis. Data on personal characteristics were presented using percentages, mean scores, and standard deviation.
Local government (LG) administration is a government at the grassroots level of administration meant for meeting the peculiar grassroots needs of the people (Arowolo, 2008). The earliest type of (LG) administration existed in the form of clan and village meetings (Oviasuyi, Idada, and Isiraojie, 2010).
Regardless of nomenclature, LG is a creation of British colonial rule in Nigeria. It has over time experienced changes in name, structure, and composition.
Olanipekun (1988) states that the present LG system in Nigeria started with the 1976 LG reforms which aimed at restructuring the LG administration in conformity with modern society, and at best to make Nigeria’s LG administration an ideal in Africa.
Following the 1976 reforms, LG became recognized as a tier of government entitled to a share of national revenue consequent on its constitutionally allocated functions (Imuetinyan, 2002).
According to the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN), (1976), the 1999 constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria provides in section 7 (1) – (6) for the establishment of the local government system as the third tier of government in Nigeria as well as provides for powers, functions, composition, and finances of the local government
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