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n Journal for Contemporary History - Endoginisation, African leadership and democracy

Volume 28, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 0258-2422
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Abstract

This paper will attempt to provide an argument in favour of the recognition of pre-conquest African structures and their related knowledge in the post-modern operatives of governance. The authors strongly sense that unless the endogenous structures participate in shaping the post-modern social and political organs, the very big failures of the Western democratic organograms will be experienced. The process of endoginisation and repositioning of African institutions is guided by the socio-cultural and political identities developed by both leaders and the led.

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2003-06-01
2017-03-23

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