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Africanization For Schools, Colleges, and Universities

For Schools, Colleges, and Universities

Frederick Nwosu

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Pädagogik


Equipping people for good citizenship, patriotism, nationalism, and service above self cannot be gainsaid. This book offers 100% indigenous African perspectives. Therefore, readers can relate to the content, especially considering the pervasiveness of the situations expressed or implied in the book.

The interactive angles to virtually all the nuances of African life are reflected every step of the way, especially as African life is characteristically a perpetually turning wheel. Based on the points presented in this work, a concerted effort has been made to bring everyone on the same page. Africans can relate to the pictures painted in this book from their different geographic locations. Topics are presented to reveal the situations African leaders face in the course of their official functions. Occasions of positive and negative occurrences were not lost on this work. The true nature of Africanness found avenues to emerge, especially also considering that several of African negatives are revealed as orchestrated from outside using insiders. African nationalism's origins are found in anti-colonial protest and the artificial boundaries of post-colonial states. But it has proven a resilient force in African politics, alongside the colonially engineered states, with few border changes in the post-independence period (Dorman, 2019). Schools and colleges can use this work to lay a good foundation for their students towards changing the narrative from negative to positive. Furthermore, African adults who might have veered off tangent and engaged in anti-African activities can repent of their deeds, fight to uplift Africa, and restore the original pre-colonial glory of the continent.

This book is the result of consistent qualitative research encompassing observations, interactions, questions and answers, and attention to current affairs. Initial users of the material herein contained confessed to the usefulness of the content to them in their bid to explore roadmaps to the Africa of their dreams. Africanization is the art and science of indigenizing the pros and cons of African life and living. Exploring these pros and cons involved a long and winding road. In the end, truths that remained evident stood all the tests.

The author is not an everyday African. He has championed the cause of the continent to the extent that people from his immediate African tribe wonder what was his main attraction to the content. He was often reminded that charity begins at home to which he retorts that his home was Africa. The author elicited the true depiction of a nationalist in Africa. He also highlighted how a person of African descent could demonstrate unflinching love for Mother Africa. The need to be accountable and display raw patriotism was on the table. He urged Africans to put service before to enable them to prioritize conflicting national interests.

The author displayed versatility in coordinating knowledge for delivery to potential beneficiaries. 



Integrity, Service, Probity, Citizenship, Servitude, Leadership, Africa, Electorate, Politics, Accountability, Nationalism