Keeping It Real With Adeola – (Senators Threatened To Impeach President Jonathan)

This week on Keeping It Real, find out why Nigerian senators threatened to impeach President Goodluck Jonathan.

This week on Keeping It Real, find out why Nigerian senators threatened to impeach President Goodluck Jonathan.


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  • MaskedPhantom

    If ever there was a template for national development, this is it! For years, Nigerians have been engrossed with “National Conferences”, “Economic Blueprints and Road maps”, “Development Plans” and other elitist misconceptions that only serve to perpetuate a neo-colonial mindset of dependence and unproductivity. Chris Ngwodo has succintly articulated what the Bretton Woods institutions have not known, or rather more insidiously, concealed from public discourse. They and economic historians know that a country’s development is about transforming native practices into contemporary relevance: for instance, there is a clear line of evolution/development from the abacus of yesteryears and present day high tech computing solutions. The validity of Chris’ discussion is demonstrated iteratively in the untold part of the story of the economic development of all industrialized and First World nations.
    The challenge we and other developing or rather “un-evolved” economies face is the honesty and mental strength to break the mold of primodial sentiments that created and still sustains the paradigm of neo-colonial and elitist systems of subjugation, exploitation and repression, that has been the fundamental character of our national life. If Nigerians choose justice and freedom, rather than tribalism, cronysim and vulgar exhibitionism and indulgence, the simple truths of economic transformation will no longer seem like the complex algorithm that so-called “experts” and “gurus” make it out to be.