Strategic Development Plan and Inequality Reduction in Nigeria

Olasunkanmi Olusogo Olagunju

Abstract


This paper attempts to diagnose the strategic development plan and it’s resultant effects on inequality reduction in Nigeria. Having heavily relied on secondary methods of data collection, it will examine the objectives, problems and the relevant programmes of strategic development plan and how long it has gone to reduce the chronic inequality in Nigeria.
This paper consequently concludes that the strategic development plan inequality in Nigeria has done little to reduce economic, social and political inequality in Nigeria. It will therefore suggest that more need to be done to ensure the success of the plan in reducing inequality in Nigeria ecosystem.


Keywords


Development; Strategy; Programmes; Plan and inequality

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10601

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