Leading Africa out of Chaos: a God-centred approach to leadership
The genesis of this book was inspired by divine intervention - the unexpected deaths of Abacha and his intended successor, Chief Moshood Abiola, and renewed hope of civilian democracy in Nigeria. The author, a former Cabinet Minister of the Abacha government, here sets out his ideas to combat corruption in Africa, and the corrupt mindset in Nigeria. He argues that only effective, morally scrupulous - 'God-centred' leaders, modelled for example on Mandela and Nyerere, will bring about the necessary democratic transformations, and the end of corruption and dependency.
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Corruption in Africa
The Corrupt Mindset
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