The Kind of Revolution Africa has always wanted!
What Africa is having right now , is what the continent has been anticipating for centuries .
The Revolution of 1789 in France may have taken place with the use of arms backed by military force. Between 1787 to 1799, a movement that shook France and reached its pinnacle in 1789.
As a result, France’s social, economic, and political structures were altered, bringing an end to the French monarchy, feudalism, and the Catholic church’s political influence. A revolution that has prepared the path for the French society’s profitability to reach a substantial level to this day.
The Rwandan revolution could have been classified as a civil war. This is accompanied by the loss of many important lives, in the millions. From 1990 to 18 July 1994, when the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF) won the Arusha Accords, the ‘End of the Rwandan Genocide was signed.
This prepared the path for Rwandans to enjoy today’s extraordinary progress and economic rebirth under the leadership of Sir Paul Kagame.
Regardless, Nigeria’s revolution is taking on a new and distinct shape. This is being accomplished through the development of a decentralized wealth system, which has been pioneered by individuals from all walks of life in the country, regardless of background, tribe, or origin.
The establishment and exponential growth of such systems will surely promote openness and accountability in the Nigerian governing system. And among Millennials and Generation Z, it will be followed by immense affluence.
These advancements, however, are dependent on a massive information system and the usage of technology promoted by an open system in the global village.