"Education" to Feel Inferior: Harsh Realities of Low Self-Esteem
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Here, at Umez.Com, we are interested in liberating the African mind. Why? Because when the mind of a leader is truly liberated:
- He believes in himself and his people.
- He believes and practices the belief that charity begins at home, and not in Swiss banks.
- He believes that leadership is action and not a position by investing in his nation’s hospitals, schools, education, roads and other infrastructures.
- He believes that leadership is parenthood – just as parents take care of their children, leaders must take care of their own people.
- He is patriotic, and demonstrates his patriotism through effective leadership.
Effective leaders take actions to improve the lives of their own people. Effective leaders understand perfectly that leadership is parenthood. Just as parents take care of their children, leaders must take care of their own people.
Encourage your friends/relatives in the leadership to invest in our country - Nigeria, as leaders, in the countries we call "civilized", do in their own countries. That is the ONLY way forward! That is leadership.
Accordingly, for an African country, e.g., Nigeria, to become an industrialized country or a "civilized" country, a substantial number of Nigerian leaders must do what leaders of the "industrialized " and "civilized" countries are doing in their own countries, namely, saving their countries' money in their own banks, not in Nigerian or any other African banks. That is wisdom; that is common sense; that is leadership - that is the work of a liberated mind.
Let us liberate the African mind.....
|your excellency: a letter to Nigerian leaders|
Lleadership is parenthood.
Parenthood entails the responsibilities of being a parent. Parents nurture, support, and encourage their children to be triumphant in life. Undeniably, parental support and encouragement pave the way to producing successful children. Likewise, leadership entails the responsibilities of a leader, nurturing, supporting and promoting his/her country. Indeed, true leaders produce great, dynamic societies, capable of producing successful citizenry.
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|A Special Appeal to African Leaders|