Morality: The Panacea for National Development in Nigeria

Amaele, Samuel, Daniel Dumani


The development of science and technology has been identified as paramount in the building and rebuilding of any nation. The fact remains that it is perceived that technology transfer or revolution cannot be done without the improvement of both, agricultural, industrial and recreational resources. To develop, therefore, science and technology is identified as the bedrock. Without doubt, this fact cannot be easily debunked; but valid questions must be asked mostly when there is a deliberate attempt to engage in such revolution if a successful attempt is to achieve such as: Does revolution occur in a vacuum? What are the factors of a successful revolution? It is to answer these questions for a better understanding of the concepts of morality and national development as indispensable partners that this work is committed to the concept examined in this paper include: morality, development, national development, technological revolution and or transfer and autonomous moral education.

Keywords: morality, development, education, national development, autonomous morality.

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