Shadrack Agaki

A problem shared is half solved. This statement portends a great future for African youth if we learnt how to put it into action. I know we have suffered in silent in the hands of the elites who are out to enrich themselves at the expense of the future of African people. They have continually exploited our silence; they have always thought we can’t speak for ourselves, hence their increased insatiable hunger for embezzling public resources. They might have been lucky but not anymore.
Recognizing that we have the ability to determine our destiny is the best thing that is happening within the general public especially among the youth. Even though we are wounded and social down trodden, we can inspire one another by sharing our stories as we learn.
Within our small groups we can learn the art of listening, within small groups we can develop accountability mechanism, and…

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