As of 6 pm on Saturday, 122,732 persons had signed an online petition by a civil society organisation, Concerned Nigerians, titled ‘Stop discriminating, provide safe passages for Africans and People of Colour out of Ukraine.’
In a telecast to his members, the clergyman stated that black means the absence of colour and is not associated with anything good.
Mo Ibrahim, the chair of Mo Ibrahim Foundation, has said that three out of four Africans are living in better governed countries today than they did 10 years ago.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday in New York called on Africans in the Diaspora to come up with suggestions on how to curtail the menace of corruption on the African continent.
Their concern stemmed from the 0-2 defeat of Nigeria by Croatia on Saturday at the ongoing World Cup tournament in Russia.
Be warned: this piece is not for hypocrites. If you are one, sign off. It is written: “Open rebuke is better than love carefully concealed.” Yes, I may want to join the Afrocentric bandwagon and begin to lob rude and angry expletives on President Donald Trump, but because Africa is yet to weave its spell of greatness on me, I will not speak evil of POTUS. I will not be counted among the self-righteous mobsters who are defending Mother Africa from a man known for racist slur, bigotry, extremist views and for his preference for eugenics.