Mastering Business Administration in Education and African Politics (Sierra Leone Chapter)

A Student Assignment Approach

by Mohamed Sannoh



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/21/2012

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781466965591
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781466965607
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 172
ISBN : 9781466965584

About the Book

The purpose of this book is to highlight a comparative studies between developed and underdeveloped countries on the impact of policy making decisions and politics on education and business as Mohamed Sannoh recently discovered at Keele University in UK. Thorough analysis relating to tribalism, prolonged economic mismanagement by policy and decision makers in high places; especially within the politics since independent in 1961are reviewed to educate the new generation governments of Sierra Leone for the better. This book is funny and educative, though radical to the taste of politics of Sierra Leone and that’s why Sierra Leonean politicians do not like reading it; but those who attempt taking that first step learn great joy to enjoy politics of change that we all look forward to.

About the Author

Mohamed Sannoh suffered from tribalism in his native Sierra Leone but life brought him with educational success in the United Kingdom at the Institute of Commercial Management and the Universities of Sunderland, Abertay Dundee and Keele. He returned to Africa and introduced the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM) education programmes in the education system of Sierra Leone in 1993 and also in The Gambia in 1997, when he was the ICM Regional Co-ordinator for West Africa responsible for Marketing and Educational Development. Having taught Business Studies in various educational institutions in Sierra Leone and The Gambia including his al-ma mater, The Methodist Boys' High School, (Laboramus Expectantes) in Freetown , Management Development Institute, Nusrat Senior School and Institute of Professional Administration and Management, in The Gambia, he is currently lecturing and researching at the Sharp Development Solutions (SDS) College in London. 

Mohamed Sannoh will soon be returning to Sierra Leone to introduce a different education system, but focussed on rural education development to improve and develop primary, secondary and vocational education facilities for village settings with the view of enabling young people in the villages to discover their environment resourceful and to avoid rural migration to urban slumps.

Mohamed has completed extensive research on both the politics and education systems of Africa. His recent research coverages includes (The causes and solutions to Africa's Civil Conflicts) due for publication very soon. "Civil conflicts will never end in Africa until African politicians get their priorities right by providing educational sponsorships for unprivileged; rather than wasting state funds on constructing high roads and big buildings to flash public impressions. Education is for life and once a people of a nation are provided with quality education, they are able to look after themselves well without too much interference of their governments". Why can't we have this in Africa?