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Democracy – the Bank of Social Demons

Peter, Jeremiah OsigbemheFinal year undergraduate studentDepartment of Electrical and Electronic EngineeringFederal University of Technology, Owerri - NigeriaMember, Network of Effective African Leaders (NEAL), CSAAEINC.Democracy – the Bank of Social DemonsThere is no doubt that ideas of democracy are among the most celebrated and practiced in the 21st century; be it in the family unit, group of people or an entire nation. The hidden truth is that democracy is like a poison with sugar coating.…See More
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Democracy – the Bank of Social Demons

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Peter, Jeremiah Osigbemhe

Final year undergraduate student

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Federal University of Technology, Owerri - Nigeria

Member, Network of Effective African Leaders (NEAL), CSAAEINC.

Democracy – the Bank of Social Demons

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