The issues besetting Nigeria are - unemployment, insurgency, poverty, failed state, corruption etc.
However, this is the narrative that the western liberal controlled media and their local African minions want you to believe as it is a ruthless divide-and-conquer strategy that has run this continent aground.
A challenge faced by Nigeria and the other 53 countries that make up Africa is imperialism or neo-colonialism right from the time of political independence.
First, it was the liberal economic policies of the Bretton Woods Institutions – World Bank and IMF that convinced African leaders to yank off subsidies on healthcare, agriculture, and education – three critical sectors of any economy. It also convinced these treacherous African leaders to implement dubious privatization programmes and remove state-funded welfare which led to a mass exodus of the best brains in the continent to the west in search of greener pastures.
Second, the pro-abortion and depopulation lobby which ravaged Africa in the heady days of the 1970s sold the idea of contraceptives, abortion-inducing drugs, and fewer families to hare-brained African leaders and treacherous local ‘development experts’ that to use the eternal words of the Afrobeat Maestro, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti put the continent in total confusion.
Third, the gay rights agenda is the current hot potato that is threatening to tear this wonderful hitherto conservative and pro-family continent apart.
One name has stood sturdily firm and over the decades has been as constant as the northern star in the fight against the attempt by the liberal west to hijack the soul of the African Continent. That name is Dr. Nkechi Asogwa – a medical doctor who runs an NGO – Doctors Health Initiative which has been working silently to ensure that the Nigerian legislature both at the federal and state levels enact pro-life and pro-family laws in the best interest of the nation.
She has done this over the decades without drawing attention to herself in living up to the true tenets of the Christian faith.
For her commitment to the noble pro-life cause in Nigeria – the most populous black nation on earth and for her use of her medical knowledge to greatly advance the plight of the downtrodden especially as she has publicly identified with the persons living in the Internally Displaced Camps in the Northeastern part of the country, she is our personality of the week.
Chief Editorial Curator