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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 564

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    1. Charles Darwin, my mentor πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  2. Wonderful. Which one be the shepherd One? Oyibo

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  3. Wow at last fact.anytime I see the word Rwanda, I always remember the movie"Hotel Rwanda"πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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  4. Vice and Virtue20 April 2017 at 16:27

    First Fact, LOL!
    Darwin was outright crazy, he waited 20 years before publishing his ground-breaking theory on evolution, 20 YEARS! He had eczema and chronic bouts of nausea, he had a pro/con list to decide whether to marry, dropped out of med school, wrote that crazy book up there and most of all was an Agnostic like me 😎

    Rwanda has become a model for other African countries even after going through the horrific genocide/tribal cleansing of 1994.
    One would have thought that with a population of less than 2 million people, they would never recover from the genocide but no, they are currently leading Africa's digital revolution, one of the few African countries to have achieved Millennium Development Goals(MDGs) with over a million Rwandans over coming poverty between 2006 and 2011, etc.

    Biko, where did Nigeria go wrong?

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    1. Sanu agnostic

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    2. @rwanda, if you visit Kigali shame go catch you for Nigeria . likewise ADis Ababa in Ethiopia

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    3. I am currently following Genius on nat geo about Eisten and sometimes I wish I experienced their era

      Imaging how many Darwin's we have right now who are bus conductors or prostitutes cos of lack of opportunities.

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    4. Vice and Virtue20 April 2017 at 22:04

      Obianuju, how do we correct this anomaly? Pretty sad, you know.

      General's Wife, still waiting for your question. What now? You shy for a gentleman? 😜
      You and I have got unfinished business, don't we? πŸ˜‰

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    5. Vice and Virtue20 April 2017 at 22:08

      Team Cocoice, I've visited Kigali for work related shebang. It was fun until I thought about my home country.

      As for "would be" Darwins that are either bus conductors or sex workers, I won't blame it on lack of opportunity. Its a complex mental issue I can't even begin to analyse now.

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  5. Vice and Virtue20 April 2017 at 16:27

    First Fact, LOL!
    Darwin was outright crazy, he waited 20 years before publishing his ground-breaking theory on evolution, 20 YEARS! He had eczema and chronic bouts of nausea, he had a pro/con list to decide whether to marry, dropped out of med school, wrote that crazy book up there and most of all was an Agnostic like me 😎

    Rwanda has become a model for other African countries even after going through the horrific genocide/tribal cleansing of 1994.
    One would have thought that with a population of less than 2 million people, they would never recover from the genocide but no, they are currently leading Africa's digital revolution, one of the few African countries to have achieved Millennium Development Goals(MDGs) with over a million Rwandans over coming poverty between 2006 and 2011, etc.

    Biko, where did Nigeria go wrong?

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    1. We went wrong with our leaders who embezzle all the money and state resources. We went wrong with our leaders!!! They are sitting on Nigeria's development for their outrageous greed and insurmountable selfishness. We went wrong with our fathers who inherited a sound educational system and handed us chaff, then people like Reuben Abati can come and write about great Ife while his peers are lecturers who teach nothing and litter the system. We went wrong with political parties without ideology. We go wrong when we don't vote objectively and assertively.

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    2. This is sad!
      I think our main problem is that the average Nigerian is greedy and downright selfish!
      The very moment we rid ourselves of corruption and take on cloaks of selflessness and honesty,we wil truly overcome.

      Hey Gentleman V!😏

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    3. U get time!

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  6. Just wooow @fact 3! Very interesting! When e go reach naija naπŸ˜‰πŸ™‰

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    1. When aunties like you get busy with I intellectual building activities instead of living on a blog

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  7. Hope the women are making great impact there...

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  8. Thanks for the information ..It helps .

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  9. Rwanda that had civil war abi genocide in the early 1990's are way developed than us. Here we are still begging the govt to allocate more posts to women. You can imagine Adamawa state making a man commissioner of women affairs.

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  10. The 3rd fact is really surprising that that is an African country with majority of parliamentarians are women......waaaoh

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  11. Fact3, they deserve it, during d genocide women and children suffered more.

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  12. Very nice very nice Uganda

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  13. Am amazed at the development in Rwanda despite that genocide. Nigeria,who we offend?

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  14. So the Pope takes 'public' flight too? Dear pastor private jet owner, how market?

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