Impact of Government Interventions on Small Scale Entreprises in Mubi North Local Government Area, Adamawa State, Nigeria

Aliyu Alhaji Jibrilla


This study examined the impact of government interventions on Small Scale enterprise in Mubi North local government Area. The study has become imperative because of an increasing inability of Small Scale enterprises to live up to expected target as the engine for economic growth and development, despite government encouragement in this direction. This study focused its empirical verification on three key areas which are very fundamental to the study, viz: perception of SSEs operators about government interventions the relevance of these interventions to them, and the accessibility of these interventions. Data were collected through interviews and questionnaire. Percentage and Chi - square techniques were used to describe and analysed the results obtained from the field. However, the available data indicates that government intervention schemes/programmes aimed at elevating the SSEs to the expected targets in the area, lacks the awareness of the SSEs operators. Again, the available data shows that accessibility to the intervention by SSEs operators is not easy. As a result SSEs operators do not feel the relevance of these interventions. Finally, based on the findings of the study the following recommendations are made: government should embark on the sensitization/awareness creation and also reduce the conditions to be met before accessing the interventions.

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