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Power sharing principle and national development (a study of Federal High Court Abuja)

 Department: Public Administration  
 By: usericon bapatigi7954  

 Project ID: 6775
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This research study explores the impact of power sharing on national development in the Federal High Court. The study aims to determine the extent to which power-sharing impacts national development outcomes, as well as the challenges and opportunities of implementing power-sharing in the Federal High Court. The research design includes a mixed-methods approach that combines surveys, interviews, and focus group discussions with judges, lawyers, litigants, and court staff. The findings suggest that power-sharing can have a positive impact on national development outcomes, including increased access to justice and improved efficiency in court proceedings. However, the study also reveals some challenges in implementing power sharing in the Federal High Court, such as resistance to change and insufficient resources. The study's limitations include limited sample size and the potential for bias and subjectivity in the data. Future studies can build on these findings by replicating the study in other contexts, increasing the sample size, and using a mixed-methods approach to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the relationship between power-sharing and national development in the Federal High Court. ...
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