Farm Business Owners and Other Investors in Southern Kaduna's Organizational Performance: Implications for Organizational (Workplace) Counselling

Authors : Benedict, Rev. Fr. Dr. Bahago; Romanus Nduji; Christian Oriaku; GOTIP, Nehemiah Wokji

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 5 - May

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- The impact of the Southern Kaduna killings on agricultural company owners and other investors' organizational performance, as well as the implications for organizational (workplace) counselling, were investigated in this study. Two research questions and two hypotheses were generated to lead the investigation. The study employed a descriptive survey research approach. A total of 200 agricultural company owners were included in the study's sample. The sample was chosen using a simple random sampling procedure. Data was gathered using a standardized questionnaire. The questionnaire was validated by two test and measurement professionals. The instrument's reliability was assessed, and it received a Cronbach Alpha coefficient of 0.82. To answer the research questions, the obtained data was analysed using the mean, and the research hypotheses were tested using the t-test at the 0.05 level of significance. The study discovered that forced displacement, as well as extrajudicial killings, had a considerable negative influence on agricultural business owners and other investors' organizational performance. The report suggests that legislation be enacted to control Fulani herders' relationships with investors, businessmen and women, and all other Nigerian citizens, based on the findings. Among the themes discussed include deaths in Southern Kaduna, forced displacement, extrajudicial killings, organizational counselling, and farm business owners.


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