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Who is Adebayo Adedeji?
Adebayo Adedeji is a Nigerian politician. He was Executive Secretary to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa from 1975 to 1978, and UN Under-Secretary-General from 1978 until 1991. He is the founding Executive Director of the African Centre for Development and Strategic Studies in 1991, a position he holds till date.
- born on (85 years ago) in Ijebu Ode
- nationality: Nigeria
- education: University of London
- profession: Politician, professor
- written works: "The African alternative--putting people first", "Collective self-reliance in developing Africa", "After Lagos what?", "The African development problematique", "Africa Within the World", "Nigerian federal finance", "Towards a dynamic African economy", "The Gulf crisis and the world economy", "Economic Crisis in Africa", "South Africa and Africa", "La femme africaine dans le développement", "The African economic and social crisis", "African Social Situation", "The Tanzania civil service", "Nigeria: Renewal From the Roots?", "The evolution of the Monrovia strategy and the Lagos plan of action", "Comprehending and Mastering African Conflicts", "The African university and the engineering of structural change and transformation"
"Adebayo Adedeji" is a book by Sanmi-Ajiki.
- also known as "Adebayo Adedeji: a rainbow in the sky of time: (his vision, his mission, his life & times)"
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Adebayo Adedeji. London: Zed Books, 1999. Lansana, Musa S., and Musa J. Lansana. The Invasion ofSierra Leone: A Chronicle of Events of a Nation under Siege. Washington, DC: Sierra Leone Institute for Policy Studies, 1993. Lavalie ...
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