Nwefuru God`stime Chiadikobi
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Nwefuru God`stime Chiadikobi liked Carnegie Council's blog post International Student Essay Contest, 2018: Is it Important to Live in a Democracy?
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THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVING IN A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT

NWEFURU GODS'TIME CHIADIKOBI100 LEVEL EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI NIGERIA#essaycontest2018THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVING IN A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENTThe absence of a machinery through which the will of a country is implemented will lead to lawlessness, Crime, corruption, violation of citizens rights, bankruptcy, underdevelopment and the country will be lagging in transformation. This shows the necessity of every country to operate on a system of Government. Every country needs a platform through…See More
Dec 29, 2018
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THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVING IN A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT

NWEFURU GODS'TIME CHIADIKOBI100 LEVEL EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI NIGERIA#essaycontest2018THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVING IN A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENTThe absence of a machinery through which the will of a country is implemented will lead to lawlessness, Crime, corruption, violation of citizens rights, bankruptcy, underdevelopment and the country will be lagging in transformation. This shows the necessity of every country to operate on a system of Government. Every country needs a platform through…See More
Dec 29, 2018
Nwefuru God`stime Chiadikobi is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Sep 4, 2018

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Ebonyi State University
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Conservation, Democracy, Development, Economy, Education, Ethics, Human Rights, Innovation, Peace, Science, Security
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am an optimistic patriot that always believe that with joint hands, we can solve global challenges and make the world a better place. I hope to gain additional knowledge, skills and techniques for solving challenges since the world general need problem solvers and i think joining this platform will build me as i will be interacting and working with like minds.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVING IN A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT

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NWEFURU GODS'TIME CHIADIKOBI

100 LEVEL EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI NIGERIA

#essaycontest2018

THE IMPORTANCE OF LIVING IN A DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT

The absence of a machinery through which the will of a country is implemented will lead to lawlessness, Crime, corruption, violation of citizens rights, bankruptcy, underdevelopment and the country will be lagging in transformation. This shows…

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