10 blunt tweets from the writer Gimba Kakanda


@gimbakakanda: 1. If we stare into the map of racism, we may realise that Africa contributes to the humiliation of its dark-skinned people and descendants.

@gimbakakanda: 2. If we stare into the sociology of the Black, we may realise that racism is also a punishment for our inability to build a viable country.

@gimbakakanda: 3. Unless we’re able to build strong nations, Africans will forever be treated as the “subaltern” race, and as economic leeches overseas.

@gimbakakanda: 4. Even at the airports of African countries, white travelers are treated as special, blacks harassed for no reason other than being black.

@gimbakakanda: 5. The “racial profiling” of blacks at the airports of African countries are done by BLACK security agents who’d never harass a White man!

@gimbakakanda: 5. The “racial profiling” of blacks at the airports of African countries are done by BLACK security agents who’d never harass a White man!

@gimbakakanda: 6. Every dime taken from the public funds meant for the development of African nations decimates the dignity and prospects of the Blackman.

@gimbakakanda: 7. We don’t need to stare long to know that racism is kept alive by the ostentatious inferiorities Africans wear in destroying one another.

@gimbakakanda: 8. No evil would ever be worse than conspiring to loot the resources of a nation in need; this is where the black leaders here lose it.

@gimbakakanda: 9. If you want to fix racism, fix yourself, fix your people and fix your country. No shortcut to stopping humiliations of the black race.

@gimbakakanda: 10. Sometimes, racism is a feeling that comes with realisations that your own race, having built what the others haven’t, must be superior.

And then… THIS!

@gimbakakanda: But it’s true; any plane sent to South Africa to evacuate Nigerians in affected areas may return empty. Ours is that bad!

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