In 2004, more than 68 million Nigerians were living in poverty with zero number of billionaires in the country. By 2010 these figures have risen: the poor to about 113 million & the number of billionaires from zero to two. That means for every additional billionaire that is made into the Nigerian Forbes’s list, there … Continue reading Has Nigeria’s oil fortunes been breeding billionaires at the expense of combating poverty?
Black America, Our fight as Africans is the same. Wherever we exist - in Africa, in the Americas or in Asia we suffer anti-black discrimination that deems the black life as disposable , as less valuable as those with fairer skin.
We must revamp our global societal value system from valuing human life based on wealth. Until we eliminate the conditions that account for Negroes (Africans) being 'commodified' for profit and the valuation of human life based on wealth, global negrophobia and devaluation of the negro life will not end.
Inexistence is the natural state of the universe. Life is a miracle. That's why the Earth is unique in the cosmos in having life. It should not be. Its existence an aberration. It's creation is pain, it's end is pain. That's why it seeks to survive in any way it can. It finds ways to … Continue reading The Miracle of Life
We keep trying every year for a thousand years.Not because we think we might win now,But because our hope tells we may win someday.We fight for Black Lives to Matter, So that All Lives can Matter.
Justice supersedes law & order. If you sow kindness and justice, you will reap peace.
You will find that there will come a time when black people wake up and become intellectually independent enough to think for themselves.Then the black man will think like a black man and he will feel for other black people.And this type of thinking also will bring an end to the brutality inflicted upon black people.And it is the only thing that will bring an end to it. No federal court, state court or city court will bring an end to it. It is something that the black man has to bring an end to himself.
On 1st October of this year, Nigeria will mark its Diamond Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of its independence. It has so far been ruled & governed by 12 heads of states, an average of five years in the office per leader. If you’re up-to-date with Nigeria’s leadership history, which of the leaders do you think … Continue reading Nigeria’s best head of state since independence? – @dapelzg
Ask Forgiveness, Not Permission Admiral Hopper