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Title:Ministerial cabinets for Nigeria
Author:Adamolekun, Ladipo
Year:1967
Periodical:Administration: Quarterly Review of the Institute of Administration, University of Ife
Volume:2
Issue:2
Pages:92-96
Language:English
Geographic term:Nigeria
Subjects:civil service
Cabinet
Abstract:Given that only a federal system of government can provide the means of accommodating the social diversities of Nigeria, the immediate problem arises what are the desirable arrangements for staffing the federal civil service. Considered are some of the problems involved in staffing the Federal Civil Service, and in particular is discussed whether the adoption of the francophone device of ministerial cabinets might contribute to overcoming some pressing problems: Safeguarding state interests in the federal government through the legislative processes - Safeguarding state interests through the staffing of federal civil service - Ministerial cabinet system in French-speaking African countries - Role of ministerial cabinets - Conclusion: the device of the ministerial cabinet, as e.g. it is operating in the Ivory Coast, has clear utility. Notes.
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