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POLITICAL PARTIES FORMATION AND IDEOLOGICAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA A CASE STUDY OF P.D.P AND A.C



POLITICAL PARTIES FORMATION AND IDEOLOGICAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA  A CASE STUDY OF P.D.P AND A.C
ABSTRACT
          This work focus on political parties formation and ideological system in Nigeria with the case study of PDP, AC. The study highlights the meaning of political parties and types of political parties we have.
          This work is divided into five chapter i.e. we have chapter one which introduced us to the relationship in which political parties formation has created between citizen and leadership between elites and group it also expose us to how the study has groups its also expose us to how the study has contributed to the political development in Nigeria.
          In chapter two literature review and the conceptual analysis will talk about various definition of some scholars and other political actors in Nigeria.
          Further more, the work will touch some areas political parties between 1920 – 1950 and between 1950 – 1966 in Nigeria Political parties in the aborted third republic will be included too.
          The manifestoes of the political parties in the fourth republic i.e. AD, AC and PDP will be in the work also.  Problem and prospects of the political parties in Nigeria will be hindered.
          Finally, I have in the work what election in Nigeria had turned to.  How people have been struggling to be a political office holder.
          This work will at the same time recommend some systematic ways to see that political activities in this country Nigeria will not be a non – socialist one to the masses.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page                                                                               
Certification                                                                           
Dedication                                                                             
Acknowledgement                                                                           
Abstract                                                                                 
Table of contents                                                                    
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION                                                                          
Statement of Problem                                                            
Objective of the study                                                            
Basic Assumption                                                                             
Hypothesis                                                                             
Methodology/sources of data                                                 
Scope and limitation of the research work                             
References                                                                            
CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW                                                       
References                                                                              
Conceptual analysis of political parties                                 
Types parties                                                                         
Democratic parties                                                                           
Monopolistic parties                                                           
Types of political party                                                         
One party system                                                                   
Two party systems                                                                        
The multi party system                                                          
Political parties in Nigeria between 1920 – 1950                   
The Nigeria Youth Movement (NYM)                                             
The National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroon (NCNC) 
Political parties in Nigeria between 1950 – 1966
Action Group (AG)                                                               
The Northern People’s Congress (NPC)                            
Other Minor Political Parties                                                 
Definitions of terms                                                                 
References                                                                              
CHAPTER THREE
The Political Parties in the Aborted Third Republic                        
The Social Democratic Party (SDP)                                       
The National Republicans Convention (N.R.C)                     
The Emergence of Nigeria Fourth Republic and
Parties Ideology                                                                      
Alliance for Democracy (AD) and the Party Manifestoes                
Free Education for all                                                            
Free Medical Services                                                             
Integrated Rural Development                                                       
Full Employment for all                                                         
The all People’s Party (APP) and Party Manifestoes             
The People’s Democratic Party (P.D.P) and Party Manifestoes     
References                                                                           
CHAPTER FOUR
The Ideology Current of the Parties and Methodology          
Election in Nigeria an Overview                                             
The Problem and Prospects of the Political Parties                          
Ethniaty and Regionalists                                                      
The Prospect of Politcal Parties Formation and
Ideological system                                                                           
References                                                                              
CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION 
Summary                                                                               
Conclusion                                                                         
Recommendation                                                                    
BIBLIOGRAPHY                                                                 

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
          Political parties formation and ideology may be described as how people of like minds or similar ideology come together and organize themselves according to their belief with the aim of acquiring political power and retaining such power within the confines or constitutional provision of the state either through a conservative liberalist or capitalistic ideology.
          However, the groups are critical actors in any political system which contribute major inputs into the socio – economic and political process and have constitute significant plant forms for unifying the various clearages groups and of mobilization toward the nation goals.
          Political parties formation has provided enormous opportunities for Nigerians for political participation, interest articulation, interest aggregation and alternative opinions furthermore, political parties have provide vital linkages between the citizenry and leadership, between elits and groups.  In these ways, they have contributed economy governmental performance and systemic stability in Nigeria.  As key actors in the Nigerian socio – economic and political process and performance need to be examined.
          Election on the other hand enable the choice of a change of leadership.  The success and performance of election sources how effective democratic transitional process are and also reflects the level of political stability.
          Although in Nigeria, elections have been so characterized with irregularities and fraud and have been fought as war.  This process will  be examined through the political parties formation and its ideology with a case study of the alliance for democracy (AD), All peoples parties (APP), people democratic parties (PDP) and action congress (AC).
          The approach adopted is that of individual examinations of political periods with brief over views denoting general tends and tendencies.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
It is a general belief that political parties formation in Nigeria and its ideology over the years have gone for beyond people expectation as a result of premodial factor such as; ethnicity and regionalism which culminated into ethnic clearage religious bio of and the lost of national identity.
In contrary, other schools of thought are of the opinion that the emergence of political parties in Nigeria politics and its ideology have gone a long way in contributing to the Nigeria political, socio – cultural and economic emancipation that is worthy of mentioning.
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
The objective of this study is to place on record the effect of political parties formation and the ideological system which has affected the political stability of the nation progressively or otherwise.
It will so affirm the opportunity of making useful recommendation where necessary for the development or placement of democracy in Nigeria.
BASIC ASSUMPTION
It is the hope of the research work that Nigerians world understand those area of their strengths and shortcomings having done an intensive research work with the view to providing a vary forward.

HYPOTHESIS
a)                 As the Nigerian political parties and its ideology have been influence by two incursion of military in policies.
b)                The political were formed on the basic of national identities and interest.  The basis of national identify and interest.
c)                 The political parties organization and its focus are towards on ideal welfares and economic growth and development of the nation stated.
METHODOLOGY/SOURCES OF DATA
          The research work will be carried out through information derivable from secondary data such as textbooks, news papers repot, documentary unpublished journals and the researchers personal contact to x – ray its finding.
SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE RESEARCH WORK
          The scope of the research work will be limited to the contemporary political parties as has been mentioned in research topic i.e. the last and present political dispersion may 1999 to date.
          However the study might be constrained by enough accessible materials and finance to carry out a thorough investigation on the one hand death of textbooks on the being a contain porgy issue.  Although, an attempt will be made to visit libraries political parties secretariats and get relevant test book and materials for fact finding.