My son worried about my situation


My son worried about my situation.  Concerned Africans must start asking the substantive, yet difficult questions. Given our continuous marginalization, how are we going to set up social organizations that might have a realistic chance of survival? The consumption model of society, as we currently observe it in the North, is neither fulfilling nor is it resilient, let alone sustainable.

Blindly adhering to this model can only bring instability and ultimate disintegration. Signs are everywhere in today’s Africa, if one is honestly inclined to examine our concrete socio-economic reality without the bias of hyphenated learning! Why do we have an increasing number of African states failing? What are the root causes for such failures? Again, establishment wisdom doesn’t throw light on the fundamental problems we are stuck with, as doing so will reveal the hidden secrets that underlie our continuous disfranchisement.

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