The principles we’re promoting are straightforward, and the paths we’re taking are well-traveled; nonetheless, not everyone enjoys taking them.
There’s this notion about knowledge being the foundation for any constructive or destructive force, and the truth is that knowledge can be a powerful tool when used correctly.
For Africa, we believe in a decentralized growth structure. However, it isn’t so much a question of linguistics. It’s a system in which everyone is responsible for their own and their communities’ growth. A system in which everyone knows what they need to do and can personally empower themselves to get the job done.
If a big section of Africa’s population can grasp the fundamentals of getting great things done, they may be able to actually make use of the knowledge and develop growth-oriented structures for themselves.