Business Education as Solution to some of the Contemporary Challenges in Nigeria

Moses Solagbade Adeleke

Abstract


The plague in the economy has its roots from the national leadership problem and corruption cankerworm that has eaten deep into the fibre of the nation’s economy since independence. Business Education as a programme if well structured and packaged than what we have now at the Colleges of Education level can contribute positively towards solving leadership problem and corruption at the individual level which will dovetail into all the collective efforts in combating the devil – leadership and corruption that impoverish citizens through unemployment. To empower Business education to be much more relevant in this direction, it becomes imperatively necessary to take entrepreneurship programme beyond the classroom business and include business ethical issues into most of the courses being offered in order to give future business educators and practitioners’ needed skills, knowledge, attitude and conscience.

Keywords: corruption, leadership, business education, unemployment, etc.


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