Many Nigerians wallow in abject poverty, unable to meet needs such as food, shelter, clothing, medical services, good drinking water, education and transport. The relationship between education, poverty, corruption and leadership is the topic addressed in Dying Education: Necessary Reformation. The Nigerian Case, by Dr.Alphonsus Emeka Ezeoke, who received his doctorate in Administration & Supervision from GSE in 2003.
The Nigerian nation must tap from its pluralism, the author believes, and emphasize the benefits therein. Dr. Ezeoke believes that Nigerians must let the pluralistic nature of the country not be a weakness but a strength, to fathom all problems and jettison hatred. Education is the one, only and surest way to attain the goals of nationhood. Education is the greatest of all reforms, and reformation is necessary for Nigeria.