Religion, Society, Culture and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: Problems and Prospects

Ananti, Mathias. O, Madubueze, Madumelu.C


This study examined the impact of Religion, Society and Culture on the Sustainable Socio-Economic Development in Nigeria. In other to achieve the thrust of the study, prominence was given to the structures and ecology of the Nigeria’s religious, societal and cultural institutions and their roles in advocating for the good virtues of life amongst the Nigerian populace towards achieving a better sustainable socio-economic development. The paper discovered amongst others that; - there is apparently a nexus between religion, society, culture and sustainable development and thus, recommended that;- though the religious bodies in Nigeria are doing their best in inculcating on the basic societal norms that has positively re-shapened the minds of the Nigerian Youths in the past decades, a lot still need to be done especially in the area of social media where their presence is conspicuously absent.

Keywords: Religion, Society, Culture, Sustainable Development.

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