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PRÁTICAS DE LIDERANÇA: O efeito do usuário final nos nigerianos

PRÁTICAS DE LIDERANÇA: O efeito do usuário final nos nigerianos

Quaisquer práticas críticas de liderança em análises anotadas de líderes do passado e do presente envolvidas na operação do governo nigeriano produzirão essa mistura indigesta – algum tipo de tragicomédia.

Pelo julgamento de Christian Nwadike: “Você encontrará a Nigéria, um país muito interessante, se você tem a combinação certa de narcisismo, sarcasm and sadism.”

Since its independence, the civil war, chains of military coup d’état, and consequent military interventions with intermittent democratic dispensations, fate have fashioned a Nigerian political environment that is not always seen as stable.

There has been a constant and utter lack of rule of law on the part of government, which engenders inexplicable confusion and volatility on the part of the governed. The most urgent issues in Nigeria today are lack of management of public trust by the elites, occasioned by impunity and poor maintenance of decaying amenities and infrastructures in the nation.

A root cause analysis of all these issues will implicate lack of pragmatic political philosophy among our leaders for the common good of the people.

The solution for addressing Nigeria’s problems and strengthening democratic governance in the federal republic lies in having a leadership that works on the principles of good governance and is, most importantly, accountable to the Nigerian people.

A boa governança na Nigéria é essencial para sua estabilidade e crescimento e a das economias dos países da África Ocidental na sub-região. Embora a corrupção e o abuso de poder sejam características das paisagens econômicas e políticas da Nigéria, eles não precisam permanecer no futuro do país.

Ao avaliar a situação de liderança na Nigéria, one would easily discover that most of the policy formulators as well as those involved in implementation of enacted policies are engaged in bribery, egoísmo, power drunkenness, and endemic corrupt practices. They are distracted to an extent that they forgot the nation’s emblematic motto aimed at improving the lives of people in the society. Apesar, people in a normal society are expected to be honest, law-abiding and hardworking, but in Nigeria, the lukewarm and unethical attitude of some of our leaders (and those who are supposed to maintain and enforce law and order) are leading the people to engage in corrupt behaviors. And that’s where the undoing of the masses stems.

Aqui, a corrupção não é apenas sobre desvio de fundos, mas a perversão de valores. Foi má compreensão do que a corrupção implica que nos fez pensar que titulares de cargos políticos única pode estar corrompido, porque acreditávamos, é tudo sobre o roubo dos cofres do governo. Esquecemos que a corrupção está enraizada quando um cidadão ou grupo de cidadãos (independentemente do estatuto) valores pervertido, tão pouco quanto não-conformidade com as leis de segurança rodoviária, como o uso de cintos de segurança.

Contudo, this development should worry us as a country because the future is bleak for a nation whose young political managers squander public fund the way our leaders do in a lifestyle that does not reflect the underdevelopment in our land.

Entre 1983 when Prof. Chinua Achebe of immortal memory published his book, “The Trouble With Nigeria”, and today when we celebrate 20 years of unbroken democracy, a lot has happened to prove Achebe right, that “the problem with Nigeria is Leadership.”

No entanto, men of books had maintained that bad leadership springs from bad followership, the truth remains that while one can accuse the followers of imprudence in choosing their leaders in a democracy, the leaders have the buck of the blame, in that power was vested on them to support or amend the trust of the people who elected them.

The wielding of power is what makes the difference between leaders and the led. And what one does with the power as a leader is what makes the difference between the good leader and a bad one.

Nigerians have had varied tastes of leadership styles. Career politicians have mounted the saddle, technocrats have had their time, and business moguls have been entrusted with the mantle as well. But in all, what scares people the most is that we don’t seem to be making progress. If all these class of people have failed, then who else could save us?

But then, we should not be oblivious of men and women of honour who have walked our sociopolitical space since our return to democratic rule. Think of the days of Mrs. Devido Processo, Prof. Dora NAFDAC, Soludo da CBN, os anos de vida curta de Yar'dua, e as explorações de Peter Obi no estado de Anambra (que fez o jornal This Day dar a ele o prêmio de excelência Governador da década).

A verdade é que nenhum funcionário do governo (eleito ou nomeado) pode alcançar essa qualidade por acidente; eles obtêm a mesma generosidade que se acumula com outras pessoas em seus escritórios.

Ser um bom líder, livre de práticas corruptas, é um produto da disciplina fiscal apoiada por modéstia financeira e estilo realista.

That means leaders should approach governance as a business and as a foundation and make accountability paramount in all their dealings.

É curioso saber onde vivem os leões africanos, pois os leões africanos são conhecidos por serem grandes felinos com, the distasteful experience of leadership in our nation arose from a comparative analysis. Isso quer dizer que, we compare regimes to regimes, instead of to ideals. E entao, you hear people say: Jonathan’s days were better than Obasanjo’s leadership, or Yar’dua’s tenure was better than Gen. Buhari’s regime etc. By these comparisons, we lose sight of what ideal leadership was meant to be. That is an unnecessary acceptance of mediocrity as a way of life.

If we sincerely, go by the standard of ideal government, we would easily discover that all our leaders (past and present) failed us!

Although few exceptions abound, but averageness among majority obscures the good qualities of the few archetypical leaders. While we enjoyed the innovation of Prof. Akunyili in NAFDAC, her contemporaries in other ministries, departments and agencies of government were busy embezzling funds meant for dividend delivery to the people, like the power sector scandal of 2002 – 2005.

As a country, we need to have a template for exemplary leadership in all strata of governance.

While the likes of Govs. Makinde and Zulum are trying their best to give tasty representation of quality public leaderships in their states, Nigerians had kept yearning for more.

The ancient latin nugget: “De Rex num quam satis” – “for kings there can never be enough” é o slogan das massas na Nigéria. Nós nunca pode obter o suficiente ou estar cansado de uma boa liderança, e entao, a necessidade urgente de abnegado destribalizado campeões para levar-nos permanece sem fim.

Esta chamada torna-se Clarion, quando se considera as situações feias dos cidadãos comuns que estão na extremidade de recepção de má liderança.

Para aqueles que fazem bom uso do poder, Nada pode ser mais desejado deles pelas massas do que a sua continuidade. Mas para aqueles que abusar dela, o reverso é o caso.

Em conclusão, podemos ecoar com o Emir de Kano deposto em seus últimos dias no cargo, quando ele disse: “Que Deus nos abençoe com bons líderes.”


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