An Assessment of Urbanization Challenges in Lokoja Metropolis Kogi State.pdf

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   AN ASSESSMENT OF URBANIZATION CHALLENGES IN LOKOJA METROPOLIS, KOGI STATE ANDREW OJONUGWA SULEMAN 08PA1089 BEING A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES, KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY, ANYIGBA, IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION OCTOBER, 2011   ii DECLARATION The undersigned hereby declares that this is his srcinal work and has not been previously submitted to this or any other university for any other degree. Where other materials were consulted they were adequately acknowledged …………………………………..   ANDREW O. SULEMAN 08PA1089   iii CERTIFICATION This project has been certified by the Department of Public Administration, Kogi State University as meeting part of the requirements for the award of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree in Public Administration Associate Prof. Kamal Bello Supervisor Associate Prof. Kamal Bello Head of Department Prof. B. C. Nwankwo Dean of Faculty External Examiner   iv DEDICATION Towards a good urban administration in Nigeria and to my lovely parents, Mr. and Mrs. Justin and Victoria Suleman     v ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The attainment of any height in life is not an easy venture, particularly the pursuit of formal education. For this reason, I am grateful in a pre-eminent way to God; the fountain of knowledge, the beginning and the end of all things; for seeing me through this process of learning and formation. My gratitude goes to the research supervisor and the Head of Public Administration Department; Associate Prof. Kamal Bello. His inputs greatly added value to the quality of this research project. Working under his supervision has exposed me to better understanding of the academic research. I am equally deeply grateful to the team of staff in the Department of Public Administration; especially those that tutored me: Prof Kamal Bello, Dr. J. O. Achegbulu, Mr. Hassan Achimugu, Mr. G. B. Akogu, Mr. J. A. Ebiloma, Prof. B. C. Nwankwo, Dr. F. E. Arong, Mr. Oyidi C. M., Mr. Okwoli, D. M., Mr. S. E. Matthew, Mrs. Joy Agboni, Dr. J. E. Ukwedeh, among others. I also appreciate Ms. Victoria Abraham, former secretary to the Department of Public Administration and Mr. T. J. Attah, the current secretary. I owe my loving thanks to my parents, Mr. and Mrs. Justin and Victoria Suleman for  providing the needed support for my formal education. Thank you mum and dad! My special gratitude to my siblings: Regina O., Emmanuel, Ojodomo, Anna U., Shadrach O., Meshach O., Abednego O., and Sunday Suleman for their loving support. In a very special way I profoundly acknowledge Miss Anthonia U. Alfa for being a lovely friend. Thank you Antho! I owe gratitude to Samson Omede, Isaiah Negedu, Bro. Michael Umoru, Bro Godwin, Idibia Ojabo of CCN, Lokoja, Ali Ahmed, Eneojo Onoja, Hassan Shaibu, President NUASA, my class-mates especially Benjamin Onoja, Omachonu Abraham, Judith Orji, Augustine Obaje; course mates Friday Okolo, Samuel Adama, Arinze Ejiofor, Henry Okonicha, Ramon Olakunle; my lodge mates especially Gabriel Shaibu and members of the National Association of Public Administration Students, KSU chapter. I acknowledge with deep appreciation, the research respondents who contributed to the success of this project and the ideas of many authors, whose works I consulted and that partly  provided the impetus for this project. I am particularly indebted to Ezeani, E. O. and Elekwa, N.
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