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By A. Carl LeVan

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ISBN-13: 9781137523341

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Africa is altering and you may forget how decentralization, democratization, and new different types of illiberalism have reworked federalism, political events, and native politics. Chapters on Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia, and South Africa aid fill a massive hole in comparative institutional learn approximately kingdom and native politics in Africa.

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In response to long-standing agitations in the oil-rich Niger Delta, the 1999 Constitution requires that a minimum of 13 percent of natural resource revenues in the Federation Account be paid upfront to the resource-bearing areas on a derivation basis. These revenues are currently paid to the states, rather than to the resource-bearing local government areas or communities. Other mechanisms put in place in Nigeria to accommodate the needs of the country’s oil-bearing sections include: s the Federal Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs, headed by a Minister and Minister of State (both from the Niger Delta), charged with fasttracking and coordinating infrastructure development, environmental protection, youth empowerment, militants’ amnesty projects in the Niger Delta; s the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), funded with statutory contributions by the federal government and the oil companies, which promotes developmental programs in the Niger Delta; s the Oil Mineral Producing Areas Commission, established by several Niger Delta state governments following the model of the NDDC and charged with responding to the developmental needs of oil-bearing local governments and communities.

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