https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/issue/feed WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION 2023-06-28T02:45:16+01:00 G.SC wajghana2080@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>WDJHSME is a multidisciplinary journal, domiciled in the Department of Communications, University of Cape Coast, Ghana.<strong> </strong>The journal encourages academic excellence in the dissemination of research. It welcomes and publishes well scholarly articles in the fields of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences, and Education. Articles submitted for publication are subjected to thorough editing before they are accepted for publication. 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The Journal Management has started the process.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong> </strong></p> https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/article/view/130 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND TURNOVER INTENTIONS OF THE NIGERIAN COMMERCIAL BANK WORKERS: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE 2023-06-28T02:35:49+01:00 AKOBUNDU, Eleazar Goddey AKOBUNDU, Eleazar Goddey saikunga@gmail.com Osazevbaru Henry O. Osazevbaru Henry O. saikunga@gmail.com 2023-06-28T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION: CAPE COAST, GHANA https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/article/view/92 NETWORK CAPABILITY COMPETENCE AND PERFORMANCE OF DEPOSIT MONEY BANKS IN NIGERIA 2023-05-22T13:46:18+01:00 Egbule A. C. Solomon Ph.D Egbule A. C. Solomon Ph.D Komadubuike.kenneth@evangeluniversity.edu.ng Igweh Florence Konye Ph.D Igweh Florence Konye Ph.D Komadubuike.kenneth@evangeluniversity.edu.ng 2023-05-22T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION: CAPE COAST, GHANA https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/article/view/47 THE DYNAMICS OF TRADE BALANCE IN THE WEST AFRICAN MONETARY ZONE (WAMZ) COUNTRIES 2023-01-04T09:28:07+01:00 OBORO, Emmanuel David PhD OBORO, Emmanuel David PhD debbi4peace@gmail.com 2023-01-04T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION: CAPE COAST, GHANA https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/article/view/131 MANAGERIAL COMPETENCY AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS OF TELECOMMUNICATION FIRMS IN RIVERS STATE 2023-06-28T02:45:16+01:00 IRENE O Isaac PhD IRENE O Isaac PhD saikunga@gmail.com 2023-06-28T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION: CAPE COAST, GHANA https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/article/view/94 IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON THE PERFORMANCE OF NIGERIAN BANKS 2023-06-06T07:47:52+01:00 OKPIMAH, Special Aaron Emoefe, PhD OKPIMAH, Special Aaron Emoefe, PhD okpimahsae@gmail.com 2023-06-06T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION: CAPE COAST, GHANA https://dymsb.com/index.php/WDJHSME/article/view/64 The Origin, Impact and Challenges of Pentecostal Churches in Nigeria 1930-2018 2023-01-04T09:36:07+01:00 CHUKWUEMEKA SUNDAY GOLD goldchukwuemeka@gmail.com <p>Pentecostal Church started many years ago as a small<br>mustard seed. Presently it has recorded various social,<br>spiritual and economic growths. More so, it has<br>contributed in the building of mission schools and other<br>noticeable economic ventures that continued to change<br>the social and spiritual life of many in Nigeria. The<br>study adopted analytical, descriptive and historical<br>methods of research and brought to the fore the impacts<br>of the Pentecostal churches on the growth of<br>Christianity in Nigeria. Most of the Pentecostal<br>churches have become a stakeholder in the annals of<br>Christianity in Nigeria and beyond. Structurally, many<br>Universities, industries and other establishments have<br>been built by some of these Pentecostal churches. It<br>was however discovered that through the style of<br>worship adopted by Pentecostal churches they were<br>able to contextualise the Christian faith and thus<br>enhanced growth. Moreover, the study recommends<br>that Pentecostal churches should concentrate on the<br>message of the cross that led to the death of Jesus Christ<br>at the Cross of Calvary. In addition, a message of total<br>unity should be placed at a high premium particularly as<br>it concerns all Pentecostal churches in Nigeria.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> 2023-01-04T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2023 WEST AFRICA DYNAMIC JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND EDUCATION: CAPE COAST, GHANA