Covenant Journal of Business and Social Sciences

The Covenant Journal of Business and Social Sciences is committed to promoting scholarship and a wide dissemination of knowledge in the academic disciplines of business and social sciences. It does not intend to be just another outlet for abstract discourse, but it also seeks to provide practical solutions and alternative policy choices to nagging, topical contemporary social, economic, political and strategic issues.

That is why the collection of articles in the current Volume focuses on issues of development population, the economy, democracy and elections and good governance. The inclusion of an article on the disturbing but widespread use of child soldiers in conflicts in Africa is meant to draw attention to one serious plague that must be removed for any meaningful development to take place on the continent.

The current Volume, therefore, contains articles of contemporary relevance to academics, researchers, students and the policy elites.

The Editorial Board is committed to quality and the pursuit of excellence. It invites everyone to see the Journal as a major platform provided by the College of Business and Social Sciences, Covenant University to offer academic interaction, enrich our knowledge as scholars and create outlet for research findings. Apart from full-length articles, we welcome reviews of current books, as well as Notes and Comments on topical national and global issues and events.