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Tunamaliswa

#2
I hate being an African,where are the likes of Stalin, Hitler,etc though you would call them dictators,they put their countries interests b4 theirs.but then we were busy killing Sankara,gadaffi, etc.only God can save us.iheard them calling kagame dictator.coz we can't argue it's the education system.coz ithink with internet every leader,citizen can see the shit which is happening around them.but we won't change.
 

Condor

Village Elder
#3
This is our problems, we never face our problems venye ziko instead we leave them to foreign God to help us. You personally umeona Tunaumia why can't you do something about it. Hitler was a son of a peasant but he still rose to be one of the powerful person in Europe/earth.
The same na leadership bonobos believe a leader is chosen by God so ata akiwa mbaya we should stay shut coz he is the chosen one. No wonder during campaign period politicians focus sana on church fundraisers and third tier prayer PR strategies.
 

Purple

Moderator
Staff member
#7
Covid-19 ‘not necessarily the big one,’ WHO warns


By Miriam Berger
Dec. 29, 2020 at 10:49 a.m. EST
The coronavirus pandemic might not be the “big one” that experts have long feared, World Health Organization emergencies chief Mike Ryan warned at the global health agency’s last virtual media briefing of the year.

Since the first reports of the coronavirus began circulating nearly a year ago, the WHO has repeatedly warned that the world must prepare for even deadlier pandemics in the future.
“This pandemic has been very severe,” he said Monday. “It has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one.”
The coronavirus, he said, should serve as a “wake-up call.”

“These threats will continue,” he said. “One thing we need to take from this pandemic, with all of the tragedy and loss, is we need to get our act together.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2020/12/29/coronavirus-2020-the-big-one-who-pandemics/
 

Cheza juu

Village Elder
#8
Growing up,I realized I loved sorrounding myself with people who are determined to excel in whatever they think they can,we supported each other and that mentality I extended to family.Now everywhere I can access very successful people just like they do access me.

The above mentality is what majority of Africans lack, starting with leaders....how are you proud to be introduced as the leader of people who can't afford a meal,healthcare,education,poverty everywhere?What do you think your peers think when you meet huko UN?


Until leaders find it shameful,Africa will never change.
 

Simiyu22

Village Sponsor
#9
Growing up,I realized I loved sorrounding myself with people who are determined to excel in whatever they think they can,we supported each other and that mentality I extended to family.Now everywhere I can access very successful people just like they do access me.

The above mentality is what majority of Africans lack, starting with leaders....how are you proud to be introduced as the leader of people who can't afford a meal,healthcare,education,poverty everywhere?What do you think your peers think when you meet huko UN?


Until leaders find it shameful,Africa will never change.
Leaders are a reflection of the people. They come from the people. If they are pitiful, so are the people who put them in office. The majority of the blame is on the citizens.
 

Agwambo

Village Elder
#11
Covid-19 ‘not necessarily the big one,’ WHO warns


By Miriam Berger
Dec. 29, 2020 at 10:49 a.m. EST
The coronavirus pandemic might not be the “big one” that experts have long feared, World Health Organization emergencies chief Mike Ryan warned at the global health agency’s last virtual media briefing of the year.

Since the first reports of the coronavirus began circulating nearly a year ago, the WHO has repeatedly warned that the world must prepare for even deadlier pandemics in the future.
“This pandemic has been very severe,” he said Monday. “It has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one.”
The coronavirus, he said, should serve as a “wake-up call.”

“These threats will continue,” he said. “One thing we need to take from this pandemic, with all of the tragedy and loss, is we need to get our act together.”

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2020/12/29/coronavirus-2020-the-big-one-who-pandemics/
Since the WHO wrongly predicted millions of deaths in Africa due to covid 19 by June 2020 I have learnt to take everything they say with a spade of sea salt.
 

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