Monday, 25 April 2016

Good People Great Nation (I)

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It's so nice to hear that every one is doing nice.  This post would be broken down into two because I have some web development projects to work on. Do well to subscribe to this blog so that, you don't miss any posts. You can also always check out the archives section to be sure you are abreast. Happy reading!

The Nigerian people are classified to be the happiest set of people on earth according to research.  They are also known to be very hospitable. An average Nigerian can endure some degree of discomfort for someone. Although, in some cases  these same people could walk past a stranger looking for direction. In these few cases, it must have been due to ‘over-sensitivity’ and majorly bad experiences.

Apart from hospitality, they are also renowned for their intelligence. Just like every other thing, some Nigerians put their great intelligence to evil use. This has led to Nigerians being banned from some international schemes, initiatives and programs.
Is it much of a sound idea to put all Nigerians on the black list when in actual fact, only a certain percentage of the populace perpetuate this evil?

Recently, a Nigerian professor broke record, solving a mathematical equation that was about 15 decades old! Wow!

In his book, What is Wrong with being Black? Mathew Ashimolowo concludes nothing. Living examples like Dr. Benjamin Carson and Barrack Obama among others have proved that the pigment contained in one’s skin does not influence the quality of their brains.

Does any neurosurgeon in the house, have contrary findings with evidence? I am sure no.

Nigerians are characterized by strength, creativity, skill, and technology. Did I mention tech?...

To be continued...

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