MORALITY IS NECESSARY FOR PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE; EXPANTIATE ON THE PRE-COLONIAL MEANS OF SOCIAL AND MORAL CONTROL IN AFRICA.


INTRODUCTION

Morality refers to the social norms and values that guide both individuals and their interaction with their fellow human beings and communities, and with their environment. In all of these types of interaction there are important values at stake; rules and norms that are to protect these values; duties implied in social roles and positions that can foster these values and further these rules; and human virtues or capabilities that enable us to act accordingly. These moral factors are usually interwoven with religious practices and social power structures.

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