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Offline Chris.

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It is a spiritual problem. The spirit has not yet fully matured to handle its challenges efficiently.
You made a very controversial statement here, what do you mean by "The spirit has not yet fully matured " I don't get that, Africa as a continent has existed for over 2000 years, how long would it take for the spirit to mature?

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I think the problem is intellectual growth. How can we invade someone else's kingdom? We was lucky that there were no casualties and conflict. We still have to develop over a/

look this news https://www.naij.com/844457-breaking-nigerian-army-invades-town-tompolos-father-harrass-locals.html

What do you feel about it?

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Well Africa problem is never spiritual, nor their colour but it stems from low level of civilization in Africa coupled with awkward culture (diabolical believes), Over religiosity of African also make them to be lazy in problem solving skill developments.  "Mortgaging destinies in securing a future syndrome is the greatest problem of Africa "http://scrollcue.blogspot.com.ng/   


 

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