Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the founder and president of LoveWorld Incorporated, also known as Christ Embassy says “African can do better if we think.”


According to the Nigerian Clergyman, the solution for Africa is to have leaders with brains who can control the affairs of their country without depending on any foreign country for aid.


Most African leaders don’t think about their citizens and are visionless, he said.


“African countries who call for help from other countries is a shame to Africa. Africa needs leaders with brains and vision to change the narrative.


“Look at the brain drain. They take the best of Africa, Take them to Europe, take them away to America and now to Asia, China and you don’t care. What kind of leadership does not think of the future. What kind of leadership does that have no vision for the future? We need leaders in Africa that can think. Leaders that have the brains, that have the mind, that have a vision. Any African country calling for help from another country then the leaderships is a shame. You have more than enough resources to cater for your country. Why are you borrowing money from nations who don’t have money? They are giving you money they took from Africa. Wake up!”



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Pastor Chris Oyakhilome continued, “I see three main gaps among others in tertiary level education in Africa. The first is the absence of ethnics, it’s rare to see universities that express a set of values and try to develop these in their students. The second is the empowerment of the students. Many student feel left behind by their universities, many of them are unsure about their future, they go to school to get a degree in a hope of getting a job. The third is the fact that there is no conjunction between what the market needs and what the universities delivers, even the curriculum itself is a problem.


“So what are we going to do? I said WE CAN DO BETTER IF WE THINK. It high time parents decide your kids must not be part of the failing African system. Young people must see beyond this system and look forward in changing it.

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