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Public Sector Organizational Performance in Nigeria: A Benefit-Cost Involution Implementation of Treasury Single Account (TSA) (Published)

The study examined the benefit-cost involution of the implementation of treasury single account in respect to public sector organizational performance in Nigeria. As a descriptive research work with heavy dependence on secondary data, after due introduction and conceptualization of the key concepts of the research study – Treasury Single Account and Public Sector Organization, retrospect of Nigerian public sector organizations, rational for the adoption of TSA in public sector organizations in Nigeria, preconditions for setting up TSA, functions of TSA, types of account under a TSA System, and operation of TSA in public sector organizations in Nigeria were examined. The findings of the study revealed that the operation or implementation of TSA in public sector organizations in Nigeria has its own benefits and costs. Therefore, for the benefits of implementing TSA in public sector organizations in Nigeria to over poise the costs, the study recommended that the federal government should show the political will to assure the policy’s long-term viability, as well as tenaciously push TSA implementation at both state and local government levels across the country to ensure the success of TSA policy in promoting public sector organization performance in Nigeria among others.

Keywords: Accountability, Corruption, financial mismanagement, fund misappropriation, superfluous bureaucratic systems

Elements of Economic Management in Jesus’ Instruction: “Gather up the Leftover Fragments that Nothing may be Lost” (John 6:12). (Published)

John 6:1-15 reveals certain dispositions that characterize the success of Jesus’ earthly ministry. These include: his sensitivity to the needs of his people, dialogue and collaboration, charity, prayerful dependence on the Father, and prudent management of resources and the avoidance of wastage. These are equally and essentially Jesus’ teaching to all his followers. The avoidance of wastage and the prudent management of resources are underscored in Jesus’ insistence on preserving the fragments of the multiplied fish and loaves in John 6:12. An effective management of a nation’s resources requires among others, these two dispositions. In some nations of the world, and especially in the African continent, these virtues are sometimes taken for granted. The consequences often contribute to underdevelopment. Using the qualitative method of research this work undertakes a narrative exegesis of John 6:12. It uses, consequently, the instruction of Jesus therein as a model to suggest that accountability and frugality are indispensable instruments for any purposeful economic management strategy that is aimed at achieving development. It recommends accountability and the avoidance of waste at both individual and corporate levels

Keywords: Accountability, Common Good, Economic Management, Faith, John 6

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