ABSTRACT. This paper investigates whether chieftaincy is the only form of leadership in Ghana, a former British Colony in West Africa. It tries to find out if it is possible for one to be a successful leader in Ghana without acting as a chief. It sets off by investigating the root of chieftaincy and analyses series of interviews with chiefs and(pp. 226–236)
JEL: D03, D73, E24

Keywords: chieftaincy, leadership, Ghana, interview, root, success 

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