Africa's Indigenous Institutions in Nation Building (African Studies v. 48)
By: Immaculate N. Kizza (author)Hardback
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This volume emphasizes Africa's indigenous institutions as a vital part of the people's past, a source of order and security, and crucial ingredients to an effective administrative system. It reassesses the vital roles these institutions played over the years to anchor nation building efforts.
Introduction to Africa's indigenous institutions; indigenous institutions in Uganda; Africa's indigenous institutions during colonialism; Africa's indigenous institutions in the stuggle of independence and political parties formation; back to indigenous democracy?; the future role of Africa's indigenous institutions.
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