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  1. Permit me to help further stress your point, well society played a significant role in gender discrimination right from our progenitor where male are predominantly seen as the stronger gender than the female in almost every areas social organization. over many decades the country was ruled as a patrRead more

    Permit me to help further stress your point, well society played a significant role in gender discrimination right from our progenitor where male are predominantly seen as the stronger gender than the female in almost every areas social organization. over many decades the country was ruled as a patriarchy, even for descent and inheritance is controlled by men and a male disproportionately controls large share of power.

    But since the era of civilization, where women are now given the opportunity to participate in important roles towards balancing the gap of gender inequality in our society amongst many other sector, Government, sport, Business . in my own opinion the discourse is still ongoing and there’s been progress.
    Although, there are still some organization and sector that gives little or zero regard for gender balance at place of work.

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  2. As funny as this might sound i understood hundred percent of this. women are mostly considered as the weak gender because of their femininity. I am advocating for both male and female gender should be paid equally based on either work experience, education qualification not the other way round so weRead more

    As funny as this might sound i understood hundred percent of this. women are mostly considered as the weak gender because of their femininity. I am advocating for both male and female gender should be paid equally based on either work experience, education qualification not the other way round so we all can create our nice, comfortable seat on multiple tables.

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  3. You are right distinguished.we are faced with the same mishap here in Nigeria. our policing system is so terrible and can’t be defunded because the department here is poorly funded, low wages, disgusting working conditions and often have terrible shelters. Also, the premise that Policemen can harrasRead more

    You are right distinguished.we are faced with the same mishap here in Nigeria. our policing system is so terrible and can’t be defunded because the department here is poorly funded, low wages, disgusting working conditions and often have terrible shelters. Also, the premise that Policemen can harrass citizen, even suspected criminals/offenders without getting charged needs to go. we are all fearfully and wonderfully made. we all share humanity regardless of our job differences, we owe it to ourselves to protect ourselves and everyone around us without making other people’s lives feel threatened. As funny and as odd this may sound i think they department should be well funded and reformed. My opinion.

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  4. well looking and reflecting back at the decades of black slavery and the contemporary complicity of white Americans & europeans in perpetuating racial injustice where some of these African historic Artifacts & treasures are stolen or acquired under questionable circumstances. so yeah i belieRead more

    well looking and reflecting back at the decades of black slavery and the contemporary complicity of white Americans & europeans in perpetuating racial injustice where some of these African historic Artifacts & treasures are stolen or acquired under questionable circumstances. so yeah i believe we should call for repatriation of those artifacts because having them in European & American museums is robbing an entire African generation a chance to connect, inspire with its past and appreciate its future. it’s not for them to have in the first place but at the same time how are we even connected with the relics we have here. how connected are we to our history?

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  5. Even without knowing much about Kenya's Transport system after reading through this actionable dialogue, I have quite an apt knowledge of the situation. I must say these are workable solutions in focus and if implemented strategically it will help reshape and revamp the transport system in Kenya. SoRead more

    Even without knowing much about Kenya’s Transport system after reading through this actionable dialogue, I have quite an apt knowledge of the situation.
    I must say these are workable solutions in focus and if implemented strategically it will help reshape and revamp the transport system in Kenya.
    So far, one can identify what the problem is.
    what technology or skill set will be needed to solve the problem?.. in terms of requiring fantastic idea-tors & creatives?

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  6. I think to an extent yes it affects the growth and development of Africa. African children in front of cameras and images of lions and gorillas in the jungle, have dominated most western media news outlets over the past two decades. The presentation of African news by western media convinces the audRead more

    I think to an extent yes it affects the growth and development of Africa.
    African children in front of cameras and images of lions and gorillas in the jungle, have dominated most western media news outlets over the past two decades.

    The presentation of African news by western media convinces the audiences in United States, Europe and other parts of the world that the entire continent of Africa is hopeless, poverty and disease stricken.

    Images of skyscrapers, well developed road networks and other manifestations of modern development in most African countries are usually absent in the mindsets of western Media audiences.

    For example, the Ebola crisis which only affected a few regions in the four West African countries was presented by some media outlets to seem like the whole entire continent had been affected by the epidemic. Popular headlines “U.S sends Team to fight Africa Ebola outbreak by NBC News.

    African media has been criticized for failing to market and advertise the true identity of the continent to the world.

    Although, African media and some Africans are already changing these narratives, telling and educating the masses about Africa to end these stereotypes and perceptions.

    For example, 5 years ago, a group of African students launched a photo campaign that outlined the stereotypes most Africans face. The campaign was titled “AFRICA IS NOT A COUNTRY “ and educated the world that Africa is a continent with 54 countries and different languages.
    The U.S based African students posted the campaign on CNN’s ireport platform and the campaign was well received globally.

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