SUCCESSES AND FAILURES OF PUBLIC SECTO ACCOUNTABILITY IN NIGERIA FOR THE PERIOD 1991 – 2002.
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- Background of the study
- Statement of the problem
- Objective of the study
- Significant of the study
- Statement of the hypothesis / research
- Scope and limitations of study
- Brief history of Nigerian Public Sector
- Definition of terms
2.1 Background of Nigerian Public Sector
2.2 Sources of public fund
2.3 Uses of public fund
2.4 Public sector accounting and private sector accounting compared
2.5 Problems and prospects of public sector accounting
2.6 Duties of the government
2.7 The authorization of expenditure from government funds
2.8 Recurrent expenditure
2.9 The burden of public fund
2.10 Organizational framework
3.1 Research Design
3.2 Definition of population
3.3 Method of sampling and determination of sampling size
3.4 Sources of data
3.5 Description of the questionnaire and interview question
3.6 Method of data analysis
3.7 Statistical test for hypothesis
DATA PRESENTATION ANDS ANALYSIS
4.1 Tabulation of responses
4.2 Data analysis
4.3 Test of hypothesis
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
5.1 Summary of findings
This course of study is centered on the appraisal of the success and failure of public sector accountability. This is to say that, the essences of public funds are the provision of social benefits to the people who contributed to it. It is therefore, important that the public administrator should be given a clear account of what they did with public funds, if the aim of such an administrator is to complete its tenure in the office this is because people can resist tax payment, if they are not properly informed of what was done with their funds. This study exposes t he individual on his or her right to demand for an account from their trustee as their representatives.
The researcher made out thirty-five questionnaires which, were presently to respondents and which were gathered back after their opinions were given, regarding the basic issues being addressed out of the thirty-five questionnaires distributed, thirty were accepted for analysis.
To finalize the research work, I am saying that there is a very poor attitude towards public sector accounting in Nigeria. It was unfortunate that we could not establish or indicate out major problems. People still wallow object poverty because of corrupt government that placed no value to the individual’s welfare.
Finally, I recommended that, the government must ensure that all politicians declare their assets before assuming office. Their assets are again assessed on the completion of offices by the politicians. All banks that kept ill gotten wealth should be blacklisted and their operating license withdrawn. External auditors should be appointed to audit and publish all government account. Internal auditors should be made to report directly to the government.
- BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Every society is made up of individuals, who agree to come under one unit and to be governed as an entity for the society to function effectively, some individual must manage its affairs as it affects the society over all good, be it financial goal, social goal or political goal. Against this background of managing the affairs of the society funds must be raised and used to achieve some of the goal of the society. The funds must rest in the hands of the people’s representatives, to be administered in such a way that maximum social benefit to be achieved.
To the extent of the funds contributed by the individuals and entrusted in the hands of representatives, services will be provides by the use of funds. Eventually then, these representatives will not only keep custody of the funds, they will account to the people who contributed to the funds. This is based however, on the existing of full democratic system of government.
Back here in Nigeria when the public sector accounting did not develop to any meaningful extent, until the coming of the British accounting for the public funds has been posing a lot of problem since the past 1991-2002 era. It is unfortunate that all efforts by the government to encourage public sector accounting did not achieve the desired outcome of providing adequate information regarding the use of the public funds. Proper accountability should demand that, the extent of financial performance of any government for the period ruled by the government.
- STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS
The bone of the problem of the Nigerian public sector has been the improper accountability and management of the taxpayer’s money entrusted in the hands of their representatives. These representatives have rather to wealth amassment at the expenses of the taxpayers, when it was clear that little or no punishment was meted on them. They would rather be given titles as an encouragement for their fraudulent practices.
Consequently, there is poor rate of development and very poor standard of living of the average taxpayer. The researcher is