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Development, Education, Ethics, Health, Justice, Religion, Security, Youth
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i am at present an undergraduate law student, a writer, researcher, editor and progress-enthusiast. i hope to inculcate ethics which would monumentally impact my life and interaction with people

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WHAT MORAL LEADERSHIP MEAN TO ME

Posted on December 31, 2013 at 8:28pm 0 Comments

NAME: ABDUL ABDULLATEEF OLASUBOMI

SCHOOL: UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, NIGERIA

CATEGORY: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT

As an imperative in any community, the significance of leadership cannot be downplayed. A congregation of two or more must spring forth a leader who would be responsible for piloting the affairs of the group and providing them with guidance and direction. Leadership therefore is inevitable in any society. That apart, leadership is critical to the progress or downfall of…

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The Crack-Up: 1919 & the Birth of Modern Korea, with Kyung Moon Hwang

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