REVISITING DEMOCRACY: UNRAVELING POLITICAL INSTABILITY IN AFRICA'S DEVELOPMENT NARRATIVE

Published by: Musa Abdullahi Aliyu , Fatima Hassan Ibrahim

Pages: 1-11 |

The pursuit of development in Africa has been a persistent challenge spanning over fifty years, marked by limited success and widespread socio-economic issues. Despite efforts to foster progress, many African nations continue to grapple with multifaceted challenges such as deteriorating health and nutrition standards, crumbling infrastructure, and pervasive socio-political issues including
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CALABAR METROPOLIS: EXPLORING THE COEXISTENCE OF FORMAL AND INFORMAL POLICING FOR COMMUNITY SAFETY

Published by: Fatima Bello Hassan , Yusuf Ibrahim Abdullahi

Pages: 12-27 |

The Nigerian Police Force plays a crucial role in the country's criminal justice system, primarily tasked with crime control through detection and prevention. However, its effectiveness in fulfilling this function has come under scrutiny due to pervasive challenges. Corruption has infiltrated the institution, undermined its integrity and eroded public trust. Furthermore, a prevailing culture
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LOVE AND STRIFE: EXPLORING SOCIAL FACTORS IN MARITAL CONFLICT WITHIN KENYAN RELATIONSHIPS

Published by: John Kiprop Chebet , Sarah Nkatha Muturi

Pages: 28-42 |

Conflict remains a persistent challenge across Africa, with a significant portion of the sub-Saharan population residing in countries plagued by internal strife. Poor leadership has been identified as a key contributor to the continent's escalating conflict dynamics, leading to an alarming increase in war-related fatalities. This paper explores the multifaceted impacts of leadership failures
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