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1.1 Background to the Study
Rural Development has been the concern of many developing countries for a long time
because there have been heavy dependence of the urban centres on the rural sectors (Nwosu,
1981). The growth of the National economy and its inherent strength are therefore, dependent
on the performance of the rural sectors. He further stated that the Nigerian Economy had once
performed well under the agricultural sector which is predominantly peasant;meaning their
involvement and integration in the development process is important for the development of
the entire nation.
Moreso,overwhelming majority of the people in the underdeveloped countries live and
find their livelihood in the rural areas (Tsebee, 2014). Thus, out of the total estimated population
of about 140 million people in Nigeria (NPC, 2006), the World Bank Report (2010) puts about
79,524,370 representing about 60% of the population residing in rural areas. A considerable
proportion of the national income is also derived from rural areas as a result of direct economic
activities of the rural populace. The contribution this rural majority has been making to the
economy of the developing nations is too enormous to be n
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