R. M. Cowling

African Journal of Political Science is an open access journal. It also have the ISSN number 1027-0353, it is a peer review process. It also have the high quality articles in the common areas of political behaviour, political development, development studies, comparative politics, political economy, international relations, political theory, public administration, public policy, and political methodology. The journal completed.14 Volumes, 4 Issues in 2020, and also completed 15th Volume 1st Issue. Now it was running towards the upcoming issue i.e., 2nd Issue in 15th Volume in 2021. Peer reviewed system is used for the assessment of the manuscript before it published. African Journal of political Science follows double blind review process in which the reviewer doesn’t know any of the details about the author and reviewer details cannot be seen by author. The advantage of this process is to eliminate the bias. Benefits of publishing the article in this journal are: Open Access, High Visibility, Rapid Publication, Rigorous peer-review, Post-publication Comments and much more. It also has one of the eminent Editorial Chief Member from Zimbabwe and also 20+ Editorial members from different countries.The article “Corruption, Governance and Political Instability in Nigeria” is a saying about the Nigerian political instability. He told about the Ake (1995) Act was one of the remembered act on those days

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