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n African Renaissance - Editorial

Volume 2, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 1744-2532
  • E-ISSN: 2516-5305

Abstract

In the March-April edition of the journal, we posed, and sought answers to a number of fundamental questions on why Nigeria has remained a sleeping giant - despite its wealth, and despite having some of the most resourceful people on the planet. We saw Nigeria as an embodiment of Africa's paradoxes - and hope. We noted how the country's chronic failure to live up to expectations has been a source of embarrassment, and even anger, among many Africans who believe that the country carries the hopes and aspirations of black people everywhere, and that unless it quickly gets its act together, and takes its rightful place in the world, it will be difficult for black people everywhere to shake off the current stereotype that defines them as underachievers.

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2019-08-25

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