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Freelancer, Author and Entrepreneur, I am very much interested in societal and humanistic perspectives of life. I am a University graduate and a MBA candidate.
The relevance of Feminism and Gender Equality in African society

The relevance of Feminism and Gender Equality in African society

After the United States of America experienced series of feminist movement #METOO that has recently flooded Europe and is gradually spreading to the rest of the world shacking and reshaping the way we used to perceive feminine gender, it is time for Africa now to face the most challenging existential crisis of its history, threatening the very core foundation of its culture, tradition and believes. How will Africans deal with that in a cultural environment where by the male gender is law? What is the relevance of that movement in our cultural environment? How can we reach a truce in ...

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THE PENANCE OF PRIVATE TEACHERS

THE PENANCE OF PRIVATE TEACHERS

I have for a long time thought teaching is one of the best professions among others, for it shapes the mind of an individual. Teaching is a gift that enlights and passes knowledge to generations. Basically, teaching is the sacrifice of the braves. It gives light to an individual and guides him through the dark path of ignorance. That was what it meant long ago when it was not yet just a business, but the sole responsibility of a country to train and elevate his people to win the battle of independence. Yes, a teacher used to be a somebody, ...

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I AM A FOREIGNER

I AM A FOREIGNER

According to Cambridge English Dictionary, a foreigner is a person who comes from another country. That is the term we commonly use to describe on a daily basis people who come across our shores. We differentiate them to us either by race or sometimes regional and linguistic barriers without taking time to understand the tag or the degrading etiquette or the discriminating nature that comes with it. We all know that whoever differentiates by race or regional barriers is either a racist or a xenophobe. They are called names such as immigrant, expatriate, refugee, migrant, outsider, intruder, foreigner, and many ...

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Let’s save our Eden

Let’s save our Eden

Our planet is burning, but we are looking elsewhere. That famous sentence from the speech of the late French and former president Jacques Chirac on climate change in Johannesburg in September 2002 is well indicative of the mess we have created and that could be the legacy to our children if care is not taken. Human beings are not the only species in existence in the universe. Many other species have been in existence far long ago before us and they kept living in accordance with the natural law of things to maintain the balance which our survival depends on.  ...

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we are owned

we are owned

The era of technological revolution has greatly contributed to turn the world into a small village. Africa, despite the important role it should play today in the world geostrategy, seems not still ready to play its part due to the unfortunate situations put into on purpose by some world powers by not taking into consideration its specificities and realities in order to prevent her from totally emancipating. Africans are going through the worst of injustices that history seems to ignore by calling it a fatality. People dying of hunger in a continent full of “milk and honey”, the abject poverty ...

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