Moving between Ghana and Nigeria, this is a heartwarming story of a girl beating a path to self-actualization amidst political upheaval in Rawlings Ghana and strained relations between her ancestral countries
This is my sixth book and one in which I’ve been a bit more revealing. It should make very interesting reading because it is not a boring rant about economic and financial issues, but interesting dialogues on matters of mostly Nigeria’s sociopsychology and aspects of history. I personally enjoy such discourses better than the drone on the stiff subject of money and how it is made.
I think this is a more important aspect of the development quest of African people because from a systems point of view we should interrogate our lifeviews, our paradigms and of perspectives. Once the sociopsychological aspects are dealt with, development and progress becomes fairly easy and sustainable. The writings here reflect my mindset and perspective which fuses into my understanding of the larger issues towards ensuring that my people attain a better existence in this present world where no nation waits for another.