THE PLACE OF THE NIGERIAN YOUTH IN NATION-BUILDING


To overthrow oppression has been sanctioned by humanity and it is the highest aspiration of every free man. Nelson Mandela Image via Wikipedia In 1985, IBB was the President of Nigeria, and students then were told that they were the leaders of tomorrow. Twenty-five years later, the same man said unequivocally in an interview with … Continue reading THE PLACE OF THE NIGERIAN YOUTH IN NATION-BUILDING

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Don’t Take After Your Father


This a sequel to the article published last month with heading ” You Lazy Intellectual African Scum”

Mind of Malaka

So I got this in my email….

…and shrieked with joy! Field Ruwe,  author of the dynamic work concerning Africans and Intellectuals that went viral last month has blessed Mind of Malaka with a sequel. “Don’t Take After Your Father” is an engaging critique concerning the roots of our Continent’s perceptual battle with itself, using the cerebral conflict faced by three generations to explain this ongoing battle.

It is compelling and pleads for action.

As always, I leave you to it, and wait to hear your comments. *shriek!!*  

(A Sequel to “You Lazy (Intellectual) African Scum”)

By

Field Ruwe

 

I told my son not to take after me; break tradition chains, remove old edicts, and create new rituals. Take after Mandela, Gates, Jobs, or Einstein. Take after someone who has changed the world. You and your peers across Africa must create razor sharp focus and straighten the curvature…

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