The Social Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 1
Page No. 35 - 44

The Analysis of e-Government Practice: A Case Study of Nigeria Local Government Areas Service Delivery

Authors : Joshua Ebere Chukwuere and Prince Chukwuneme Enwereji

Abstract: Electronic government (e-Government) can also be seen as a model used in a developed and developing countries globally to offer government events, programmes and information to its citizens anytime, anyplace and anywhere and to everyone. Against many benefits and potentials attached on e-Government, many government organisations especially Local Government (LG) agencies in developing countries have failed to implement this initiative in services delivery. However, no vigorous statistical analysis deployed, rather this study depend mostly on relevant literature on related topics in the phenomenon. The study found that no LGA in Nigeria have adopted e-Government initiative while e-Government websites in most of the states are redundant and static.

How to cite this article:

Joshua Ebere Chukwuere and Prince Chukwuneme Enwereji, 2018. The Analysis of e-Government Practice: A Case Study of Nigeria Local Government Areas Service Delivery. The Social Sciences, 13: 35-44.

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