alexa Leadership, Corruption and Governance in Nigeria
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Social & Political Sciences

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This paper on Leadership, Corruption and Governance in Nigeria argues that of all the problems, challenges and crises militating against Nigeria’s quest for socio-politicoeconomic development, the most daunting appear to be ineffective leadership, untamed and seemingly untamable corruption and bad governance. The paper examines the concept of leadership in all its ramifications, compares and contrasts the various known types/styles of leaderships, with a view to adumbrate the trajectory of an efficacious leadership modus operandi capable of supplementing and complementing the relentless efforts aimed at finding solutions to Nigeria’s myriad problems. The paper also examines the enigmatic nature of corruption in Nigeria, the various types of corrupt practices at Local, State, National and Non-governmental levels and makes recommendations on tackling the menace of corruption in the country. Finally, the paper focuses attention on barometers of good governance, which if implemented to the letter, will, it is hoped, cultivate a modus Vivendi, for Nigerians to safe Nigeria, undoubtedly, from hitting the ‘Road to Kigali,’ governance morass, economic chaos, social pandemonium, political hullabaloo and immobilism. The paper advises the followers/citizens/residents to play their own part/role of efficient performance of obligatory and non-obligatory civic duties. T

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This article was published in European Journal of Business and Social Sciences and referenced in Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism

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