Accountability: An Imperative Catalyst for a Successful School Administration in Nigeria.
Published at Lapai International Journal of management and social Sciences. I. B. B. University, Lapai, Niger State, Nigeria. Vol.4.no.2. Pp.48-58
Published in 2011
Omoregbe, O.S.N; & Kehinde, O. Joseph
Kehinde Oladele Joseph » Dr. Kehinde, Oladele Joseph holds a B.sc (Hons) in Business Administration from University of Ilorin, and an M.sc degree in Business Administration [Marketing] from the University of Lagos. He equally holds a Ph.D in marketing from the Covenant University, where he currently lectures. At the Covenant University, Dr Kehinde blends his versatile industry experience in Advertising with marketing... view full profile
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