As usual, I shared a short piece on Facebook, and a friend remarked that I wrote like Khalil Gibran. In his words, “Sincerely, I love reading from you. You write like Khalil Gibran.”
Nigeria has a stiff culture that proclaims people who are advanced in opinion and have refused to have the herd mentally as dissidents, the black sheep, meant to be left alone, and ill-fated, never to be believed or understood.
There's a common ideology among many African youths about leadership, this has made popular ‘children are the leaders of tomorrow song’ echo in our minds- this is fallacious and inaccurate