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Saturday, 2 July 2016


"As is typical of most of us older Nigerians, and now a culture we have passed onto our young, there is the tendency for us to look outward for blames rather than be introspective about the problems that confront our society. That culture has for many years seen us deflect our complicity in the institution of these problems rather than taking personal responsibility, and now the vast majority of our youth follow in our footsteps.

It is a humongous problem that this book seeks bravely to tackle and hopefully reverse. Going against populist opinion the writer brilliantly brings to our consciousness our role as citizens in the healing of our country. She makes us see why we need to be the change we desire, why our little contributions matter and why we must put the greater good at the fore of our actions." - Kenneth Ezaga
Help us at Joseph's Place Nigeria to get this book into the hands of as many youths as possible by donating copies to youths in your community (schools, faith-based organisations, other youth groups) or to youths in your Alma mater or Alumni. Together we can change the perspective of the next generation. For more information on how you can collaborate with us contact us on +2348023454461 or or

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