DECONSTRUCTING POLITICS IN AFRICA: THE RESURGENCE OF SERVICE PARADIGM
The current practice of politics in Africa gravitates towards the ideal of the warfare paradigm. The conception of politics in most African states is based on the competitive nature of life. Life is a competition for scarce resources of which political power is one. Political offices are limited in number compared to many who vie for them. This competition eventually led to the idea of...
Agbude Godwyns » Godwyns A. AGBUDE,(PhD) specializes in Political Thought,Leadership Studies,Applied Ethics, Development Studies, African Politics and Human Security. He has special interest in American Political Thought and Government. He is a social-political pundit, public analyst and a realist social-political theorist with zero tolerance for abstractions. His pragmatic approach to education underscores his... view full profile
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