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Old April 20th, 2019, 04:41 AM   #21
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I think you and Pius are really passionate about this city. How are you going to solve or help solve the problems without being in politics?
It's not just Kinshasa I am passionate about. My dream is to see DRC rise up, get out of its death bed and become an enormous economic and military power at the heart of black Africa where peace, justice and brotherhood will be the law of the land. This wishful thinking will come true someday.

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Old April 20th, 2019, 04:21 PM   #22
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It's not just Kinshasa I am passionate about. My dream is to see DRC rise up, get out of his death bed and become an enormous economic and military power at the heart of black Africa where peace, justice and brotherhood will be the law of the land. This wishful thinking will come true someday.
There's nothing wrong with being passionate about Kinshasa or any other specific City because every single Village every single neighborhood represent this country..... my question is how do you intend to help change things in the country?...... In my opinion I believe educating Congolese is the best way to go about it because our people are not properly educated. that's why the country is the way it is Terry
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There's nothing wrong with being passionate about Kinshasa or any other specific City because every single Village every single neighborhood represent this country..... my question is how do you intend to help change things in the country?...... In my opinion I believe educating Congolese is the best way to go about it because our people are not properly educated. that's why the country is the way it is Terry
How to educate hungry, sick and jobless people? It's a daunting task. As Pius put it so eloquently earlier we're only common citizens outside the political arena but who knows maybe through this kind of sharing, discussion or debate....many will come across some of the good thoughts voiced, pick them up and apply them for the good of the nation as a whole.
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How to educate hungry, sick and jobless people? It's a daunting task. As Pius put it so eloquently earlier we're only common citizens outside the political arena but who knows maybe through this kind of sharing, discussion or debate....many will come across some of the good thoughts voiced, pick them up and apply them for the good of the nation as a whole.
Nothing happens by accident or mistake. It is the citizens who change thanks who transform countries who build countries.... You'll teach hungry people how to Fish and Farm... You teach sick people how to fight against illness you teach others how to prevent illnesses you teach jobless people how to create jobs for themselves and their communities. You cannot transform a country o build a country without going through education. You even teach people how to fight..... Otherwise how do you expect change things will do you think things will change themselves???....... Congolese need to know that problems will never ever end.
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