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GOVERNANCE OF DELTA STATE: MORAL THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

OF STATE: MORAL THEOLOGICAL

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GOVERNANCE OF DELTA STATE: MORAL THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

CHAPITRE ONE

INTRODUCTION IN GENERAL

1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

There is always a close relationship between a given group's morality and politics. In fact, some argue that politics cannot be separated from a moral framework.

Every human community has its own views about what is good or terrible, right or wrong, and what is considered acceptable and unacceptable behaviour.

These ideas, which have a large influence on the behaviour of members of society, are based on some recognisable authority whose sanctions are acknowledged and obeyed. Moral sanctions are generated from human society,

according to some, making morality nothing more than a social phenomena. Others assign morality to common sense, while others attribute morality to religion. Moral sanctions, regardless of their source, have the potential to compel obedience.

Morality has certain roots in the human person. It is the nature of human actions that determines whether they are right or wrong, good or evil. It is a popular expression that refers to the goodness or badness of a human act without specifying which of the two is intended.

1 This work alludes to morality in Delta State politics, which means how ontologically good specific behaviours conducted by individuals in charge of our political ship are.

We have seen a lot of tribal politics, ethnic struggles for resource control, political and economic marginalisation, and above all “main inhumanity to man” through acts of embezzlement of public funds,

political assassinations, and electoral malpractices since Delta State became a political entity. The unsolved question is why are politicians attempting to govern everyone's business without any structure of public morality?

“Remove morality from politics, and what are kingdoms but a gang of criminals with the key to the national treasury?” said St. Augustine.

1.2 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The goal of this study is to demonstrate the distinctive ways in which the people of Delta State perceive their social-political harmony and social ethical principles in a logical manner. This work is viewed from the Delta State worldview's ethical/moral realm.

It is worth noting that morals or morality should serve as the ontological underpinnings of Delta State political conflict in order to advance the common good, which is the basis for the society's existence.

1.3 OF THE STUDY

This study is significant at this moment because Delta State politics must be driven by moral ideals as well as considerations of the current balance of power and interest. Also, contrary to “Nigerians'” belief that the two concepts are distinct, idealism and realism must necessarily coexist.

Though must undoubtedly flow into practice for it to operate, as fagethey often pointed out, “morality is thus the product of civilised eye, which necessarily entails political organisation.”

Another relevance of the study is that it seeks to reawaken Delta State political leaders' moral consciousness. The many acts of misappropriation of public monies, state-sponsored assassinations, election rigging, and the relocation of the value hierarchy must end.

Unrealistic adherence to politics without morality in this country, particularly Delta State, will undoubtedly promote violation of fundamental human rights, which almost all religious of the globe opposed, and cloud people's judgement of what is good or wrong.

1.4 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

This work will be limited to the function of morals in Delta State governance. There will be a discussion of the concept of religious morals.

Governance is inextricably linked to politics and political structure. Before we get into morals/morality in politics, we'll look at what politics is all about.

It is vital to remember that the terms ethics and morality will be used interchangeably to denote or connote the same idea.

1.5

A research technique is a scientific approach of organising knowledge to achieve a result. We will begin with the analytic . This method is useful in that it allows us to enter the “ontos-legus,” the heart or substance of morality and politics, in order to comprehend it.

A critical method will then be used. The critical method will allow us to more accurately assess the umbilical cord between morality and politics. Finally, we will use the synthetic technique to justify the “en bloc” effort.

1.6 LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY

There is no such thing as a problem- job or project. This work is difficult in that some people have fiercely opposed the combination of morality and politics.

This group maintained that politics are poles different, as Machiavelli, the Italian philosopher, asserts that it is not the methods that justify the end, but rather the other way around.

So far, Delta State politics appears to be following this Machiavellian evaluation, which presents a significant restriction to this effort. We will try to find a solution to this difficulty as the project continues.

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