I believe many of us must have been touched by the article written by Chukwudi Nwokoye, a veteran of United State Marine published in Daily Champion, on the 3rd and 4th of April, 2008 with the head line â€œWhy We Serve in the United States Militaryâ€ Here is why we served in the Nigerian Army.
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Amidst all the technological revolution in the United States and other dizzying changes in the ways we all live our lives as apart of an inter-connected world, the challenge of overcoming the raw emanations of racial bigotry, gender hostility and religious hatreds will follow mankind into the next century.
Africa is economically poor. Some Afri-philes and some Africans sometimes blame colonialism as part of the reason why the continent is economically poor. Afri-phobes insist that after half a century of freedom from colonialism, that particular excuse is no longer valid, and that we need to look elsewhere.