The Nigerian Presidency has stated that the abrogation of the Almajiri (Qur’anic learning system associated with begging on economic and religious grounds peculiar to some Northern states) system of education remains an objective but there is no immediate ban of it by the Buhari Administration, as widely reported by the media.
By Dele Sobowale “No revolution is the fault of the people but the fault of the government.”—Johann Goethe, 1749-1832, VANGUARD BOOK OF QUOTATIONS, VBQ. A revolution is underway in the northern states […]
The solitary beggar sits rigid with his hands in a fixated stretch for alms. He looks dirty and drab in his black heavily soiled robe, as he remains calm and oblivious of activities around him. He alters no word or chants litany of solicitous refrain even in the kaleidoscopic of human traffic at the bus stop.
The quest for solutions to Africa’s myriad of problems as exemplifies by Nigeria “The Giant of Africa” is conceptualized as a disease in this piece.