Reinstating Leadership in a Chaotic Society

Reinstating Leadership in a Chaotic Society Author : Ema H. Amarie-idowu
Release : 2015-11-02
Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN : 9781518859403
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Ema Amarie-Idowu launched her Book Series: My Term as President of Nigeria and her unique formula The L.E.A.D.E.R. Blueprint(TM)' to empower you to be more, to give more, to love more. Ema loves helping people, she is passionate about your existing abilities beyond social conditioning, personal circumstances, demographics or limiting beliefs, and refuses to ignore the tragedies happening in Africa. Ema shares her own journey from where she was in 2012, when she decided to offer meaningful insight on how to reinstate leadership in chaotic societies, sharing her solution internationally, travelling the world to make the difference, and building her clients' fortunes. Award Winning Author, Radio Presenter and International professional speaker, teaching How to re-instate Leadership (TM), President of The Academy of Leaders - Ireland, President of The Academy of Significance - Dublin, Ema is holding the keys to your wealth. Ema is Initiating your Journey, from where you are, to where you belong, and the reality of her teaching creates profound, life lasting changes.

Nigerian Journal of Entomology

Nigerian Journal of Entomology Author :
Release : 1974
Publisher :
ISBN :
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Africa Research Bulletin

Africa Research Bulletin Author :
Release : 2003
Publisher :
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Newswatch

Newswatch Author :
Release : 2007
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West Africa

West Africa Author :
Release : 2002
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Nigeria

Nigeria Author : John Okwoeze Odey
Release : 2006
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My Lord what a Morning

My Lord what a Morning Author : Moses Adekoyejo Majekodunmi
Release : 1998
Publisher : Macmillan Nigeria Publishers, Limited
ISBN :
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The Washington Post Index

The Washington Post Index Author :
Release : 2008
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The Alabama Baptist Historian

The Alabama Baptist Historian Author :
Release : 1993
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Tell

Tell Author :
Release : 2007
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A New Consensus

A New Consensus Author :
Release : 1982
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Foreign Affairs Pakistan

Foreign Affairs Pakistan Author :
Release : 2003
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Prime Witness: Change and Policy Challenges in Buhariís Nigeria

Prime Witness: Change and Policy Challenges in Buhariís Nigeria Author : Obaze, Oseloka H.
Release : 2017-09-26
Publisher : Safari Books Ltd
ISBN : 9785478564
File Size : 73.50 MB
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This volume of essays on public policy challenges in the Buhari-led Nigeria is a child of necessity. In 2015 and sixteen years after the PDP assumed the leadership reins in Nigeria, it was evident to all, that Nigeria was not enjoying the best form of governance and purposeful leadership. The strength of government was absolutely lacking. Enter 2015 and the grand alliance and vision of the All Progressives Congress (APC), which claimed to be the only credible alternative capable of upending the PDP and providing Nigeria the much leadership change it desired. Hope about Nigeria's prospects soared with the election of President Muhammadu Buhari. The hope was well founded: it reflected the high expectations generated both by the smooth transfer of power from the Jonathan administration, itself a sign of a maturing democracy, and by the scintillating campaign by candidate Buhari. It did not take long before the Buhari administration confronted the political reality of governance. The governance reality that the Buhari administration faced on assuming the reins of power consisted of his own campaign promises (tackling insecurity, combating corruption, and growing the economy -- with emphasis on reducing unemployment and diversifying the economy); unanticipated crises (resurgence of militancy in the Niger Delta and onset of recession); and self-inflicted injuries (delayed appointment of his cabinet, policy somersaults on foreign exchange policy, and poor management of the recession). Prime Witness Change and Policy Challenges in Buhari's Nigeria is essentially a product of the author's observations, exchanges with his various interlocutors in and out of government, and Nigerians and non-Nigerians alike, during the first year of the Buhari administration, 2015-2016. The decision to put this volume together, and indeed, the compelling reason for articulating the policy recommendations, critiques and views herein, derived in his personal belief that as a member of the Nigerian attentive public, we owed it as a civic duty to our posterity to speak up, regardless of whether anyone is listening. Such undertaking will no doubt, enrich our national conversation of critical issues and in the long run, vindicate us in the eyes of our posterity.