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Nigeria: Adeniyi-Jones

Naijablog publishes an article by Nigerian photography, Jide Adeniyi-Jones on his thoughts on Nigeria – he originally sent the article to local newspapers who refused to publish –

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  • The Nigerian & African leaders have visited every progressive country on earth, yet after decades of Phds and MBAs, these people go back home to only love their own group. They have forgotten their “racist” experiences in the countries visited. Inaction and ineptitude coupled with the sickness of Tribalism have meant zero progress. Special prayers become their mantra, they have forgotten, “love all and serve all”.

    Life’s education is incomplete without Chinua Achebe’s “ANOTHER AFRICA” but Jide Adeniyi-Jones’s thought on Nigeria will be remembered for showing us a true picture of home.

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