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Moved by Passion for My Country

By Aboki Associates

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The tortuous experience by Nigerians from poverty in the
mist of plenty has become a matter of great concern to
some of its leaders, academic theoreticians and pragmatic
activists. This concern centres most on the corrupt
tendencies of the country’s leaders and the creation of a
culture that appears to have instituted this corruptions as
a virtue. There have been attempts by previous
governments to change this phenomenon which went
without any impact since the preachers of such messages
practice otherwise. Theories have been propounded and
the policies, programmes and projects that have been
formulated on the basis of these theories have, not
unexpectedly, had notable failings.
Moved by Passion for My Country
 
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Abstract

The tortuous experience by Nigerians from poverty in the
mist of plenty has become a matter of great concern to
some of its leaders, academic theoreticians and pragmatic
activists. This concern centres most on the corrupt
tendencies of the country’s leaders and the creation of a
culture that appears to have instituted this corruptions as
a virtue. There have been attempts by previous
governments to change this phenomenon which went
without any impact since the preachers of such messages
practice otherwise. Theories have been propounded and
the policies, programmes and projects that have been
formulated on the basis of these theories have, not
unexpectedly, had notable failings.
In many respects the country now stands at crossroads
as far as the right attitude that can guarantee development
for the country is concerned. Image boosting attempts by
past governments could not succeed since not much was
cared about attitudinal change by Nigerians. This
demands a new approach that goes beyond an imitation
of the ones adopted in the past to consider a change in
attitude as a first step. This work is a contribution to this
search as concerns the attitudinal change emphasised in
the rebranding project introduced by Professor Dora
Akunyili when she served as a minister of information
and communication under the Yar’Adua-Goodluck
administration.

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