Technology and Election Conundrum: A Case Study of Nigeria

  title={Technology and Election Conundrum: A Case Study of Nigeria},
  author={L. Olurode},
  journal={Sociology and anthropology},
  • L. Olurode
  • Published 2017
  • Economics
  • Sociology and anthropology
Elections in Nigeria had often filled the air with apprehension and a high sense of trepidation. Stakes in elections are high. Under the zero-sum game which is in operation, winners take all and losers have nothing unlike the situation under proportional representation. In Nigeria, there are limited avenues by which individuals can benefit from states resources. By winning elections and getting recruited into the state sphere, an individual is assured of better life chances, so are close family… Expand
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