Leadership, Social Identity and The Politics of Underdevelopment in Africa
Several researches have been conducted on the nature, character and causes of underdevelop- ment in Africa. Some scholars have alluded to the imperativeness of leadership in fostering development in Africa while some pointed a robust accusing finger to the structures of the international political system. While this paper does not join issues with these scholars, it however focuses on locating...
Published at Open Journal of Leadership
Published in 2014
Agbude G.A, Excellence-Oluye N.O., and Godwyns Agbude J.(2014),
Excellence-Oluye Nchekwube » Nchekwube O. Excellence-Oluye is a Lecturer and researcher at Covenant University. She obtained her first degree (B.Sc) in Political Science from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki 2005; M.Sc Public Administration-Public Policy at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State and is currently on her PhD programme in Public Administration at Covenant University. A core administrator by training... view full profile
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