Stop mis-educating African Children - empower them!

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Here, at Umez.Com, we are primarily interested in liberating the African mind. A Liberated African mind is the lasting solution for African chronic challenges. When the mind of a leader is truly liberated, he will do wonders for his country.


A liberated African leader perfectly understands that leadership is parenthood – just as parents take care of their children, leaders must also take care of their own people. A liberated African leader understands that leadership is action, not a position. As such, he will form an effective leadership that will move his country forward. He believes in himself and his people by practising " charity begins at home," and not in Swiss or some other foreign banks. He will invest in his nation’s infrastructure - hospitals, schools, education, roads, etc. - to make his country a "land of opportunity" or "God's own country": he will not abandon his own infrastructure only to develop Swistzerland, for instance.


Nigerian leaders, for instance, must do what leaders of the "lands of opportunity" are doing in their own countries, namely, investing in their own countries. Put differently, Nigerian leaders must invest in Nigeria - that is the smartest thing to do. That is leadership!


Let us, together, liberate the African mind! It only makes sense. It is common sense.

It is the only way forward!







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