The Psychological Imperative in Political Processes in Nigeria
The nature of politics involves the coordination of peaceful human co-existence. Given its central place in human existence, politics has a great importance in fostering a better living condition of people. But when wrongly pursued and exercised, political power becomes a destructive tool in the hands of political leaders. In view of this importance, it becomes an imperative to subject those...
Published at Open Journal of Social Sciences
Published in 2014
Godwyns Ade’ Agbud1, Ayotunde Elegbeleye, Joy Godwyns-Agbude, Excellence-Oluye Nchekwube
Excellence-Oluye Nchekwube » Nchekwube O. Excellence-Oluye is a Lecturer and researcher at Covenant University. She obtained her first degree (B.Sc) in Political Science from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki 2005; M.Sc Public Administration-Public Policy at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State and is currently on her PhD programme in Public Administration at Covenant University. A core administrator by training... view full profile
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