We believe that delivering on roads and on electricity and on education and all the other points of that agenda will demonstrate the kind of concrete progress that the people of Nigeria are waiting for.
Another huge part a civil society plays towards obtaining good governance is the ability of these societies to spread education.
Civil societies have become the first medium of social service and support in places where other assistance and help is scarce.
Having described the concepts about the role of a civil society in good governance, I would like to support my thoughts and ideas with an example of an Indian civil society as my case study. Without good governance, no amount of oil or no amount of aid, no amount of effort can guarantee Nigeria's success.
In international affairs IR [ edit ] This section relies largely or entirely on a single source. According to Grindle the relevance of getting good governance comes precisely from its relationship with the development of a country and the reduction of poverty.
This can create a sense of mistrust amongst the believers who may either stop supporting their societies or start a revolt against the existing one which is another unwanted pressure for the government. The ideals of this civil society could be seen to become a success. It was the Anna Hazare movement with the backdrop of serious corruption charges and the anti establishment mood that highlighted the magnitude of the issue, made the public aware and forced the government to take a serious view towards the same.
The powerful leaders of a civil society can pressurise the state to make some difficult, unethical or complicated decisions for personal benefits, example, some activists or lawyers may force the administration to make certain changes in the existing policies even if the new policy does not benefit the whole country as a whole but only a certain section of a society.
January In international affairs, analysis of good governance can look at any of the following relationships:  between governments and markets between governments and the private or voluntary sector between elected officials and appointed officials between government and Civil Society Organisations CSOs The varying types of comparisons comprising the analysis of governance in scholastic and practical discussion can cause the meaning of "good governance" to vary greatly from practitioner to practitioner.
Edwards suggests people to not accept or disregard this concept completely but to at least clarify its meaning, as its value varies from person to person.