“Communication and Good Governance in Ishielu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State” exams the context of communication in governance of Ishielu L.G.A. The objectives are to validate the impact of communication on governance through regular participatory meetings between leaders and followers in Ishielu L.G.A; to stimulate inclusive governance as a means to empower the citizens and enhance their confidence in the leadership of Ishielu L.G.A, and to examine how judicious and equitable use of revenue can lead to mutual understanding, cooperation and development in Ishielu L.G.A. Thus, this study made it possible to obtain acces to the ideologies of 3 categories of people in Ishielu on communication use for good governance.The study also finds out that citizens are not sufficiently reap the benefits of democracy. Another finding is that lack of development is threatening the unity of Ishielu. To address such threats, this study proposes that both leaders and followers have to be regularly informed on communication use for good governance, annual audit, establishment of a functional communication structure, given that an effective communication will stimulate, growth and development.
Joseph Amaechi Nnaji
Joseph A. Nnaji is a successful businessman and a prolific writer, he has authored several books, including Distorted Circle, The Commander’s Speech, Bag of Trouble and Broken Oath. He holds a Bachelor Degree and Masters degree in Development Communication, from the Department of Theatre and Performing Art, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
communication, Good Governance
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General