Nigerian Roads: Economic Problems

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Nigerian roads: economic problems DEDICATION This work is dedicated to god almighty for his grace upon me through the accomplishment of this work. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I must not fail to acknowledge the immense effort of the following persons who was very instrumental to the successful accomplishment of this term paper. My parents Mr./Mrs. Akwang, my lecturers and finally my exponents who helped in broadening my view on the course. ABSTRAT This write-up aroused that only purposeful and realistic planning can lay the solid foundation for sustained economic greatness of the Nigerian roads which will form the base for the coming generation to build upon. Any thing out side will FAIL. There is urgent need to preach…show more content…
Nigeria has in the year past encountered a lot of depreciation in the economy sector due to bad bard roads. This work has try to put forth the possible ways of handling this road network problem which has chased many foreign investors away. 1.3 DEFINITION OF TERMS ECONOMY: this is the state of a country in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services and the supply of money. (FMW): Federal Ministry of Works (ERF): European Redistribution Facility. (PDCMR): planning, design, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation. This is an international procedure for the sustenance of any road network. HORRENDOUS STATE: this is the state at which an issue is very unpleasant or horrifying. Chapter two 2.1 literature review This write-up aroused that only purposeful and realistic planning can lay the solid foundation for sustained economic greatness of the Nigerian roads which will form the base for the coming generation to build upon. Any thing out side will FAIL. There is urgent need to preach breakage from past wastefulness, negligence, deceit and bad policy as regard the road network in the country. The performance of the Nigerian roads sector has not been satisfactory despite its enormous potentials for growth and development. Perhaps the most serious issue is that the poor transport facilities and infrastructure have severely delayed economic development and has contributed negatively to all attempts to alleviate poverty in
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