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Offline abitex577

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I see no problem but joy, peace, love, better tommorow, happy people etc. Goodday everybody!
Hope you are not suffering and smile in the name of joy, peace and love???

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Oh! I have better sense than that.

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Oh! I have better sense than that.

It's not a matter of better sense but reality! Many Africans are in pains and any African who truely have a conscience will weep for Africa!!!

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Oh! I have better sense than that.

It's not a matter of better sense but reality! Many Africans are in pains and any African who truely have a conscience will weep for Africa!!!

Assuming you're correct, would weep solve the problem, what is the solution?

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Oh! I have better sense than that.

It's not a matter of better sense but reality! Many Africans are in pains and any African who truely have a conscience will weep for Africa!!!

Assuming you're correct, would weep solve the problem, what is the solution?
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That is why it is a spiritual problem and ought to be addressed in that manner.


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abitex577, seems to be a religious type and always of opinion that some invisible forces are in control. There is challenge with this thinking as it tends to encourage laziness, instead of working towards realities.

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Africa's greatest problem has to do with the mindset. A lot of Africans don't have positive mindset, they don't believe they can achieve the extraordinary. And with this mindset, we cannot move forward. Little wonder African continent is the poorest and least developed in the universe!
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Theswaggerman, I agree with you in terms mind-set (as I have mentioned in the forum manytimes) but don't agree with you in area of Africa being the poorest, please explain in what standard you measure this?

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Iam talking in terms of living standard. So many africans are living on less than 1dollar daily. Is this happening in other parts of the globe?
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abitex577, seems to be a religious type and always of opinion that some invisible forces are in control. There is challenge with this thinking as it tends to encourage laziness, instead of working towards realities.

The so called advanced/developed nations has inductrinated religious believes into their families, that is why in such places if a brother breaks the rule, members of the family will bring him out to face the music, they also know and teach their wards that to excel, one has to put in hard work (which is one of the tenets of the christian faith ie anyone who cannot provide for his family is worst than an infidel). This is a direct opposite to what we see in Africa, greed and looting of public funds which are meant to build a better society are just squandered. Every virtue you see in life is adopted from the Holy book, until Africans embrace it as a way of life and not just lip service nothing will change. The bottom line it's a spiritual problem and needs spiritual solution.

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Honestly I don't dispute being Christian or Islam(that isn't the point I'm making), I'm devoted Christian, what I mean here that all the whole issues have been over used that some people do sit down waiting for things to just change on themselves or failing to address critical issue facing them on the pretext or view that certain force will take care of that.
If a certain group or Government doesn't do well is people obligation to do something about that, either remove them or impeach  the government or even sue for damage, not setting down on one's home thinking is as a result of certain sins that forefathers committed.

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Good day to you too Gloria.
Nice one, welcome mature.

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Honestly I don't dispute being Christian or Islam(that isn't the point I'm making), I'm devoted Christian, what I mean here that all the whole issues have been over used that some people do sit down waiting for things to just change on themselves or failing to address critical issue facing them on the pretext or view that certain force will take care of that.
If a certain group or Government doesn't do well is people obligation to do something about that, either remove them or impeach  the government or even sue for damage, not setting down on one's home thinking is as a result of certain sins that forefathers committed.

These are two different animals, Spiritual problems be solved spiritually, physical problems be solved physically. The house of assembly does not need a priest or Imam to pray before they impeach a sitting president if he has committed an impeachable offence, but it must be a source of concern to everyone that every system, structure, in a state like Nigeria has failed, so who do u impeach, the people???

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Nigeria hasn't fail, what failed is leadership of Nigeria, we hope that current President will get things better.

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@Ogboso, It is good to be optimistist but I'm a realist!!!


 

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