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Ethics, Human Rights, Peace, Sustainability
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Hi there,my name is Funmilola Abiola.I am a Nigerian,a final year student of History and International Relations,Lagos State University.
I want to make new friends,learn about what is going on in the world and contribute my own quota.

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WHAT DOES MORAL LEADERSHIP MEAN TO YOU?

Posted on December 28, 2013 at 12:01pm 0 Comments

Name: Abiola Funmilola Bose

School: Lagos State University, Nigeria.

Undergraduate



Empires have existed and gone, humans have evolved with time. Powerful nations have waged war against weaker ones, thereby conquering and annexing kingdoms. While those that did not waged war against the weaker ones colonized them, cities and states communities have been destroyed due to the decision of those in power. Our world have…

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