Miller Henry Gods heritage shared:
You may already know that Nigeria is the largest black nation in the world and the most populous nation in Africa.
You may already know that Nigeria has great dependency on crude oil, plus all the other opinions of David Cameron.
A great man once said, “If you want to hide knowledge from a black person, put it in a book.”
Dear Nigerian Student, Parent, and Fellow Citizen,
Part 2 continues from where we stopped. This time I wish to draw your attention to the damaging characteristics of our so-called leaders, and the costs to our collective well-being. I wish to open your physical and spiritual eyes to the realisation that Nigerians of all ethnicity have a lot in common, and marginalisation is not limited only to the Igbos and minorities, but most especially, the northern citizens oppressed by their elites. You may find this difficult to believe – just read on and make your own mind.
A great man once said, “If you want to hide knowledge from a black person, put it in a book.” Really?
The primary aim of this 3 part post is to contribute to high-quality education in Nigeria and to open a door of opportunity, particularly to the less privileged in our society, to experience world-class tuition – FREE. At the same time, recognising the fluid state of affairs in the country today, the author thinks it crucial to guide the youths and remind them of their duties both to this and future generations. It assumes the shape of an open letter to the young people of the north and south. At some point, you will be provided with a list of free high-quality education options.
Note: This post was copied and adapted to encourage Nigerians to read and appreciate the weight of the article. I salute the original author for pioneering this write-up. I will continue to do my best to educate and lead the youth of Nigeria. The main purpose of getting highly educated is to make a difference in one’s society. That’s my calling.
Let’s form a revolutionary political party: A call to Nigerian students, academics, professionals & Nigerians in the Diaspora
Dear Nigerian Citizen,
I hope this open letter meets you well. I equally hope that you have been monitoring the political, economic, social and other developments in Nigeria.