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THE IMPACT OF POOR REVENUE GENERATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS

 TABLE OF CONTENT

COVER PAGE

APPROVAL PAGE                                                             i

DEDICATION                                                                   ii

ACKNOWLEDGMENT                                                               iii

TABLE OF CONTENT                                                               iv

ABSTRACT                                                                       vii

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.1   BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY                                       1

1.2   STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM                                    2

1.3   PURPOSE/OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY                          3

1.4   RESEARCH QUESTIONS                                         4

1.5   SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                       4

1.6   SCOPE AND DELIMITATION                                    5

1.7   LIMITATION OF THE STUDY                                    5

1.8   DEFINITION OF TERMS                                           6

 

 

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.0   DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT

IN NIGERIA                                                              11

2.1   SOURCES OF REVIEW GENERATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT                                                            15

2.2   THE NEED FOR REVENUE GENERATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS.       21

2.3   THE PROBLEMS OF REVENUE GENERATION                24

2.4   THE IMPLICATION OF REVENUE GENERATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS   27

2.5   TAX AS A MAJOR SOURCE OF REVENUE                      35

2.6   THE PURPOSE OF TAX                                           37

2.7   PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH TAX COLLECTION IN OLUYELE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA              39

 

CHAPTER THREE

3.0   RESEARCH METHODOLOGY                                  45

3.1   RESEARCH DESIGN                                                       45

3.2   AREA OF STUDY                                                     46

3.3   POPULATION OF THE STUDY                                 46

3.4   SAMPLE SIZE AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUES         46

3.5   INSTRUMENT FOR DATA COLLECTION                  48

3.6   SOURCES OF DATA COLLECTION                          49

3.7   VALIDATION OF INSTRUMENT                                        49

3.8   METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS                                         50

 

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0   DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS                    55

 

CHAPTER FIVE:

5.1   SUMMARY OF FINDINGS                                         73

5.2   RECOMMENDATION                                                       74

5.3   CONCLUSION                                                          76

BIBLIOGRAPHY                                                                77

APPENDIX                                                               80

 

 

ABSTRACT

Revenue generation is the nucleus and the path to modern development. Thus, the study was to assess the impact of poor revenue generation on the development of Oluyele Local Government Area of Oyo state. This is because local government as the third tier of government and the closest to the people especially in the rural areas needed revenue to provide basic social amenities to the people. But it is unfortunate to note that the local government management has not lived up to expectation especially to provide basic social amenities to the rural people. Thus, the objective of the research was to analyze the extent to which poor revenue generation had affected the development of those areas. The researcher used primary and secondary methods of data collection to generate the needed data. The data obtained through questionnaire was presented in tables and expressed in simple percentages. The following were some of the findings which included poor development of the areas, lack of basic social amenities to the rural people and lack of revenue to maintain the existing infrastructures. The researcher therefore recommended that the local government should provide basic amenities of high quality. By doing so, the people’s interest would be geared towards giving their maximum support to the local government which would lead to the development of the rural area.       

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.1   BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Development is a sine qua non for modern civilization. In a crusade and struggle to carryout development at all nooks and crannies of the society, the local government as the tier of government that is nearest to the people is saddled with the responsibility of direct development of the people to a certain level.

Development is highly associated with fund, much revenue is needed to plan, execute and maintain infrastructures and facilities at the local government level. The needed revenue generated for such developmental projects. Like construction of accessible roads, building of public schools, health care centers, construction of bridges among others are soles generated from taxes, royalties, haulages, fines and grants from states, national and international governments.

Thus, the Local government cannot embark, execute and possibly carryout the maintenance of these projects and other responsibilities without adequate revenue generation.

This is the basic reason why development is skeletal at some Local Government councils in Nigeria. The issue of poor revenue generation is not exceptional to local government in Oyo State. This has been one of the problems encountered by Oluyele Local Government.

This however pronouncedly affected development negatively in local government councils. In this research project, the issue to address is how far can this poor revenue generation affect development especially in Oluyele Local Government.

 

1.2   STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The Local Government Council take direct care of the grassroots people, that is the people in the rural areas. This group of people sometimes lack essential facilities and condition of modern civilization. They lack pipe bore water to drink, do not have electricity, accessible roads, poor educational infrastructure and facilities to mention but a few.

This is one of the major reasons of rural – urban migration of movement. This has made our cities to be congested and increase in many criminal activities. Based on the above and foregoing assertions, it is obivious that the impact of poor revenue generation on the development of the rural area is a serious problem. This might be as a result of poor revenue generation. If Nigeria is to achieve her desired goal of vision 2020 and possibly meet the millennium development goals (MDGS) target, the issue of revenue generation must be addressed squarely.

Hence the researcher is bothered to find out the impact of poor revenue generation on the lives of people at the rural area and how it has affected development in general especially in Oluyele Local Government Area.

 

1.3   PURPOSE/OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

The broad objective of the research is to evaluate the impact created by poor revenue generation on the development of Oluyele local government area in Oyo State.

The other objective of this study includes:

  1. To determine the level of modern social amenities available in Oluyele local government area in Oyo.
  2. To find out the level of poverty associated with the rural people as a result of poor development
  • To find out the degree of rural-urban migration.
  1. To make useful suggestions to solve the problem of poor revenue generation as development depends on revenue generated.

 

1.4   RESEARCH QUESTIONS

  1. What are the impacts of poor revenue generation on the development of Oluyele local government area of Oyo state?
  2. Are there adequate modern social amenities in Oluyele local government area?
  • Is the poverty level of the rural people high has a result of poor development?
  1. Has poor revenue generation in Oluyele local government area contributed to rural-urban migration?
  2. How can revenue generation in Oluyele local government area be improved?