Geofrey Kung'unde
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  • Dar es Salaam
  • Tanzania, United Republic Of
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Failed governance

The ultimate challenge we are facing today as a world, is lack of good governance/failed governance. Chaos are everywhere in the world. Rise of new diseases, war, famine, hunger, poverty, terrorism and many others. The root cause of all these lack of proper or good governance.The so called developed countries are all fighting against terrorism, and manufacturing of strong weapons like nuclear weapons which endangers the life of the whole world. Lot of money is used in different researches…See More
Dec 31, 2017
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Failed governance

The ultimate challenge we are facing today as a world, is lack of good governance/failed governance. Chaos are everywhere in the world. Rise of new diseases, war, famine, hunger, poverty, terrorism and many others. The root cause of all these lack of proper or good governance.The so called developed countries are all fighting against terrorism, and manufacturing of strong weapons like nuclear weapons which endangers the life of the whole world. Lot of money is used in different researches…See More
Dec 31, 2017
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We have horrible instead of Honorable leaders

there is a sense that to be a leader in developing countries is obtaining something of value that people has to fight at all cost to win the title.it has been seen leaders accumulating wealth for their own good leaving the honest local civilians…
Dec 31, 2017
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Am an IT By professional looking for to see how can IT be used to increase ethical leadership and responsibility.

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Failed governance

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The ultimate challenge we are facing today as a world, is lack of good governance/failed governance. Chaos are everywhere in the world. Rise of new diseases, war, famine, hunger, poverty, terrorism and many others. The root cause of all these lack of proper or good governance.

The so called developed countries are all fighting against terrorism, and manufacturing of strong weapons like nuclear weapons which endangers the life of the whole world. Lot of money is used in different…

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