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The book provides vital information on the strategies that are required to be considered for the development of Africa as a continent and the entire world. The book emphasizes on the need for competence based recruitment, promotion and appointment if development is of concern. It further emphasizes on the importance of strategic thinking on every matter if Africa wants development. We realize that Africa is a leading continent on applauding religion but the least in development. It is one of the leading continent on pilgrims on both Christians and Muslim but the least in development. This suggest that African need liberation of mind for proper articulation of every thing including what we believe so as to give a proper value which will facilitate development. Any practice that causes mark timing/ not moving ahead should be considered inferior. We must weigh every effort in relation to development. Systems of elections must be linked with development. Not mere filling people on houses of parliament with what is considered as democracy. Not at all. We must link with each development.
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About the Author
About the author: Norman A.S. King currently lectures at Teo?lo Kisanji University, the University of Iringa, and the Genesis University College, School of Information Technology and Journalism, in Tanzania. He has also lectured at Kampala International University, Ghana University, and Tumaini University. He has served as the District Commissioner for Hai and Mbeya in Tanzania. He has vast experience in leadership. He has served in both government and non-governmental organizations. He was among the early board members of the Tanzania Association of Non-Governmental Organization (TANGO). He has worked as a member of Parliament’s East African Legislative Assembly (EALA), as Commonwealth Regional Coordinator for the African Region, as United Nations Electoral Adviser, as a member of the SADC committee mandated to spearhead the development of policy for youths in Maputo, Mozambique, and as chairman of the committee mandated to review article number one of the United Nations in Lisbon, Portugal. He is considered a world expert on elections management, and thus, he has trained several electoral practitioners in various countries through the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). Norman is a Professor of Business Management, and in that regard, he has authored 84 articles in internationally indexed journals and 24 articles in national journals. He has authored 10 books in the areas of business management, elections management, human resources management, development management, capital markets, and faith. He considers competency-based recruitment, promotion, and appointment as inevitable for any country desiring to develop. He champions systemic thinking in expounding solutions to problems, and problem identi? cation and solution is part and parcel of his career.