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This study on the role of institution of Bashingantahe in nurturing good governance and socio-economic development was carried out in Burundi. The specific objectives were to assess the roles of institution of Bashingantahe in nurturing good governance and socio-economic development in Burundi before, during and after colonialism; examine the effectiveness of institution of Bashingantahe in nurturing good governance and socio-economic development and to find out the relationship between institution of Bashingantahe and current system of governance in nurturing good governance and socio-economic development.
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