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Culture and Habit is Everything

Friday, 01 April 2016 by
By Dike Nyerere If you do pay attention to economic history, you will discover that as at 1960, South Korea and Ghana were at par on virtually all available economic indices.They were even receiving comparable levels of economic aid. Interestingly, Eastern and Western Nigeria had a more thriving economy than South Korea. South Korea was poorer than Bolivia and Mozambique; today, it is richer than New Zealand and Spain, with a per capita income of almost $23,000. For 50 years, South Korea’s economy has grown by an average of seven percent annually, contracting in only two of those years. In…
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 The Igbo language is such an important language of heritage. We are able to communicate with our kids from both back home and in Diaspora at large. However as the new generations are born, we tend to be losing our ‘mother tongue’ within them. A lot of these children speak fluent English, French, German, Italian etc as their first language. Of course the immediate response would be to blame the parents for the lack of cultural trainings. However we have to remember that we live in the society where parents are fed absurd information and myths by the ‘western world…
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