POLITICAL CULTURE AND THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA
The current trend of events in Nigeria shows a clear poverty of a nation building ideology and the presence of a perverted political culture that is injurious to any polity. If the current democracy in Nigeria must endure, there is a necessity of an ideal form of political culture into which the future generation of her ever-increasing citizens must be initiated into. The termination of the...
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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