Jimoh Braimoh
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University of Benin
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Posted on December 30, 2013 at 9:30am 0 Comments

The attempt to define moral leadership becomes an uphill task because what is considered moral differs from the perspectives of different individuals and is determined by the society. Thus, what is considered moral in one society can be considered immoral in another. For example, polygamy is morally accepted in some communities while other communities consider it to be morally unacceptable.

In any case, to define what moral leadership is, I’m of the opinion that we most of necessity…


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At 9:55am on December 30, 2013, Jimoh Braimoh said…
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