This paper aims to give a literature view on the importance of religion, formal tertiary education and informal education on the communal growth and human development in Africa. The study shows that different religions in Africa have similar ethical standards and preaches the fundamental principles of good morals. Also, formal and informal education has a pivotal role in the collective development of human minds leading the subsequent national development. Again, if these principles of good morals and good human values are upheld in every human rather than the religious background which these morals came from, it will give a levelled ground for sustainable growth and national development across Africa.
Oyedun, Aliu Olamide
"A Literature Significance of Formal Education, Informal Education and Religion as a Growth Mechanism in Africa,"
Young African Leaders Journal of Development: Vol. 2
, Article 29.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/yaljod/vol2/iss1/29