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The Miseducation of Africans - Part 1

Africans have a problem and that problem is Africa. Africa has a problem too, and that that problem is Africa. As an African, I and many Africans find it easier to blame the West (yes, they do play a part), or to blame the continent’s topography or more often, we can blame voodoo.

Dele Omotosho
Dele Omotosho
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