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The fear of domination in the public service led to the


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The fear of domination in the public service led to the

Options

A) adoption of population as a formula for revenue allocation

B) establishment of the Civil Service Commission

C) introduction of rotational presidency

D) establishment of the Federal Character Commission


The correct answer is D.

Explanation:

The fear of domination in the public service led to the establishment of the Federal Character refers to distribution of amenities and resources or appointments based on quota system. This is to be applied in the three tiers of government in the country. E.G. Political appointments, Location of Unity secondary Schools, Board, Admission into tertiary in institutions, Location of iron tertiary institutions, Location of iron and Steel Mills.

Some of the Factors responsible for the introduction of Federal Characters include:

1. To ensure Unity, Stability, etc.

2. Discrimination

3. Struggle for Lion's share

4. Fear of Domination.


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  • The fear of domination in the public service led to the establishment of the Federal Character refers to distribution of amenities and resources or appointments based on quota system. This is to be applied in the three tiers of government in the country. E.G. Political appointments, Location of Unity secondary Schools, Board, Admission into tertiary in institutions, Location of iron tertiary institutions, Location of iron and Steel Mills.

    Some of the Factors responsible for the introduction of Federal Characters include:

    1. To ensure Unity, Stability, etc.

    2. Discrimination

    3. Struggle for Lion's share

    4. Fear of Domination.

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