THE HUMAN FACTOR AND THE NIGERIAN SYSTEM by Dauda A. Nuhu


Dauda A. Nuhu

 

Abstract

To ‘err is human’ as the popular saying goes, can’t be better stated. It regards humans as imperfect beings. There is no doubt that this ascription is correct because humans have proved themselves consistently imperfect, time and time again. It is fair to say that humans are also endowed with great qualities. Be they good or bad, such qualities may fall short by way of errors. At times, these errors are due to negligence, omission, or even commission as humans choose to do the wrong things. Sometimes these errors are honest mistakes, while some other times errors could be deliberate, suggesting that the right thing was meant to be sabotaged.