New Book, "The Armed Forces: Instruments of Peace, Strength, Development and Prosperity" by Joseph Babatunde Fagoyinbo Describes Social Role of Military

Engineer Analyzes Government Resource Usage On a Global Scale in New Book

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Stability in governance and promotion of peace are considered as key elements of socio-economic development.

Kaduna, Nigeria (PRWEB) March 19, 2014

A nation’s military has more functions that just preparing for war.

In his new book “The Armed Forces: Instruments of Peace, Strength, Development and Prosperity,” author Joseph Babatunde Fagoyinbo offers a heavily researched analysis of how the Armed Forces, and the industrial complexes that support them, can be used in aiding government improvement.

“Stability in governance and promotion of peace are considered as key elements of socio-economic development,” Fagoyinbo said.

As an engineer and educator, Fagoyinbo has conducted several distinctive types of research on human resources utilization and management for effectiveness in both the military and civilian sectors.

He draws form his extensive education, professional experiences and research to rationalize how harnessing the efforts of the Armed Forces around the globe can lead to progressive development and transformational results for aspiring nations.

“The Armed Forces” is composed of exceedingly informative data that encourages the incorporation of a country’s military and human resources into national development efforts for a superior future government.

“The Armed Forces: Instrument of Peace, Strength, Development and Prosperity”
By: Joseph Babatunde Fagoyinbo
ISBN: 978-1-4772-1844-0
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the authors
Joseph Babatunde Fagoyinbo received his Master of Engineering degree in environmental engineering from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Fagoyinbo served as the coordinator for the Cadets’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme for the Nigeria Defense Academy and has over 26 articles and published seminar/conference presentations. He currently resides in Kaduna, Nigeria with his wife.

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