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n African Renaissance - Managing social change in Nigeria - : Nigeria

Volume 3, Issue 6
  • ISSN : 1744-2532
  • E-ISSN: 2516-5305

Abstract

Africa is once again on the agenda of the global community, there appears to be shared concerns and views amongst the developed countries and the developing (African) countries that critical initiatives are needed to tackle some of the problems which have continued to plague the continent and retard her progress. These issues have been identified by several commentators to include unemployment, poor infrastructural development, corruption, indiscipline, poverty, and mass migration. The later has led to what is now known as the brain drain syndrome. All over Africa, several reforms and social change programmes are currently being sponsored and implemented by donor and aid agencies, Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and also by Africans themselves in collaboration with their respective governments, with the intentions of moving the continent forward.

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2019-10-23

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