RationaleWe noticed these dates because some military and civil events happened between 1986 to 2013 likeNational Jobs Directorate in 1986. The National Directorate of Employment was formed in 1986 and wasrequired by Decree No. 34 of 1989 to plan and administer programs to address mass unemployment, aswell as clarify policies targeted at establishing labor-intensive job programs. 1993 General Sani Abachaseized control from the caretaker government In November 1993, General Sani Abacha took power fromthe supervising government and served as a tactical tyrant until he decided to take stock in 1998. Duringhis leadership, Abacha suppressed dissent and failed to complete the transition. Promise to the non-military government. In 1995 the European Union, which had already imposed sanctions in 1993,provided gentrification aid due to the violation of several fundamental freedoms and Nigeria wastemporarily excluded from the Commonwealth (Chitou, 2012). The crisis also flourished and it was laterrevealed that Abacha had stolen the oil proceeds from personal bank accounts in Switzerland. Generalelections held in February 1999 Nigeria is a presidential republic with a federal government. Theconstitution mandates the separation of powers between the three branches of government (Tartiyus etal,. 2015). General elections in February 1999 marked the end of a 15-year military dictatorship and thebeginning of a normal citizen administration based on a multiparty voting system.(Tartiyus et al,. 2015).In April 2007, general elections were conducted for the third time in a row. Umaru Musa Yar'adua waselected president and took office on May 29, 2007. The Nigerian Senate rejected a constitutional changein May 2006 that would have allowed President Olusegun Obasanjo to seek re-election to a third term. ,In 1999 the Nigerian government returned to democracy, General Sani Abacha, Nigeria's militarydictator, and de facto ruler died in 1998, and his successor, General Abdulsalami Abubakar, began thetransition that led to the country's restoration to democracy in 1999. The People's Democratic Party'sOlusegun Obasanjo beat Olu Falae, who was running on a joint Alliance for Democracy-All People's Partyticket, to win the election. 52.3 percent of eligible voters cast ballots. United Nations Development Planin 1999 through a variety of initiatives that combine UNDP's experience, UNDP collaborates with thefederal The constitution requires a separation of powers between the three government departments(Tartiyus et al., 2015). The end of the 15-year military dictatorship and the beginning of normal civiladministration based on a multi-party electoral system were marked by parliamentary elections inFebruary 1999.(Ogbole et al,. 2011).
Fiscal and monetary policiesFiscal policy concerns the revaluation of taxes as a source of income and expenditure for the state, whichis usually limited by the legislator and has a direct impact on the product market (Adelakun, 2010). Fiscalpolicy is also how management changes the extent of its use to study and influence a country's