Liberal arts education – Africa’s antidote against exploitation

Our system takes an 18-year-old and thrusts him or her into law School, finance, journalism, and medicine before they develop oral and written communication and critical skills
Post-colonial leaders, rather than change the systems in accordance to what the people respected, saw themselves as replacements of the colonial powers
The colonists leveraged information asymmetry, where the majority of citizens had no idea of what was theirs, or their history

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