This book is written by an outstanding group of scholars, all of whom have a genuine and longstanding interest in peace and social justice in Cameroon. It makes a significant contribution to the debate on poverty alleviation in Cameroon, the country’s stalled transition to democratic governance, identity and citizenship and the equitable allocation of resources.
The Leadership Challenge in Africa contains the refreshing, rigorous, and informative analysis of the Biya regime, opposition politics, as well as the Anglophone problem and provides practical strategies to enhance peaceful co-existence and sustainable development in the country. It emphasizes the importance of enfranchising the Camroonian people and providing them with the facilities to determine how they want to be governed and how their resources should be allocated.
Contributing scholars include Lyombe Eko, Julius Amin, Piet Konings, Francis B. Nyamnjob, Samgena D. Galega, Martha Tumnde, Nicodemus Fur Awasom, Nantang Jua, Fuabeh P. Fonge, Charels Manga Fombad, Victor Julius Ngoh, Charles Manga Fombad, Jonie Banyong Fonyam, and Greg Asuagbor.
Paperback: 563 pages
Publisher: Africa World Pr (December 2003)
Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 6 x 8.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds