This research work is on Fixed Asset Management in Public Sector Organisations with a reflection on its Economic Impact on a Developing Country with focus on Nnamdi Azikiwe University (NAU). The problem necessitating this study is the stealing, vandalisation and abandonment of fixed assets in the public sector organisations in Nigeria. The main objective of the paper, therefore, is to find the causes of these problems and ways of solving them. In carrying out this research, both primary and secondary data were used. Simple percentages and the chi-square statistical tool were used in analysing the data. After the research, a number of findings were made which included the fact that Nigerians have poor maintenance culture among others. Consequent upon the findings, we concluded that there is need to inculcate discipline, care and trustworthiness in the lives of staff, in the light of the above conclusion, some recommendations were made which included that staff should be adequately motivated (financially and otherwise) to enable the staff, not only care for these properties, but to look beyond looting them. The researchers believe that if all these are put in place, Fixed Asset Management would yield its maximum economic benefit to any developing country.
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