Hakainde Hichilema (HH), Zambia will be the topic of discussion this week. Known as HH, his deft transactional leadership will be analyzed, disserted and examined under the lenses and ground-up theoretical framework espoused through Bass, 1985 and Burns, 1978. According to Niyi Aderibigbe (2015), HH tend to mix business with politics. Quip-pro-quo, the “invisible hand” of the government are inextricably intertwined with the nascent business and economic environment as well (Edna, 1997). HH stated that eliminating poverty in Zambia or the upward mobility of the peasantries required the intermixure of businesses and governance...“but we will also look after business. You cannot do one without the other,”.
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