Salto Motale

photo credit to muzammil soorm

Growing food for people to eat has a lot of appeals. If we were to buy from others and save our necks, we would be able to feed ourselves successfully.

The reality is that there isn’t a work in Africa right in front of our eyes. Apart from finding work, the very least we can do is join forces with others to shape our future.

Here, it’s more of a struggle. But we’re not fighting for our own survival. We’d be quite content with our work, eating, and dining. But it’s not going to sit well with us if future generations go hungry.

So many of Africa’s generation curses are caused by someone who is more concerned with the power of their tongues than with the ability of their hands to produce.

We require generational wealth, and we require it in large quantities!
It’s worth noting that when we construct Africa, we’ll be doing so for our own benefit, so it’s crucial that we address the issues that actually matter.

Deal with challenges, have fun on the road, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. But, when the time comes, never be scared to take the risk.

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I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.

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Ogunranti Adebayo Moses

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I’m Moses. And I admire people and communities. Aside from the everyday startup development, writing is how I help more people.

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