What is the big deal with that guy who allegedly traveled to Ghana with no connections and met with the Vice President of Ghana to build a new city? Why is there so much frustration for those who want to build and thrive in Ghana? In this video, I am sharing my take on the Twitter fiasco and the cycle of draining intellectual energy in Ghana and Africa. I believe we can do better and prevent this cycle, but we need to put our heads together to make the change long-lasting.
The answer to this might not be as complicated as we assume. I feel a lot of it has to do with holding ourselves accountable and no longer tolerating the status quo.
What do you think? Share with me in the comments and let’s continue the conversation.
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Your analysis of the challenges people face in Ghana and in Africa to find opportunities, live their dreams, and contribute to society is clear and inspiring. I believe that the structures and beliefs colonialism left behind in Africa and in Latin America are damaging peoples’ hope for a bright future. I look forward to hearing more of your thoughts. Glad to have discovered and to follow your blog. : )
Thank you Rebecca. So glad you resonated with this post. Have you spent time in Africa or Latin America? What topics would you like to hear more about?
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