But Does Dangote Have 2 Heads? Things Not To Say To An African Dad

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Things not to say to an African Father … especially if you don’t want to die!

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18 comments on “But Does Dangote Have 2 Heads? Things Not To Say To An African Dad

  1. SEVEN (7) WISDOM WORDS TO PONDER ON

    1. IF THE WORLD DOES NOT MISS YOU WHEN YOU DIE, THEN YOU WERE OF NO IMPORTANCE TO IT.

    2. YOUR GREATEST SURPRISE IN LIFE WILL BE TO KNOW THAT THAT WHICH YOU WERE AFRAID OF WAS ALSO AFRAID OF YOU.

    3. PURPOSE IS THE REASON WHILE YOU ARE BREATHING, THE EARLIER YOU DISCOVER IT THE MORE YOUR CHANCES OF LIVING.

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    5. IF THE GENUINE TEARS OF YOUR FELLOW COUNTRY MEN AND WOMEN DOES NOT MOVE YOU TO SUCCEED AND HELP THEM THEN YOU ARE A WITCH.

    6. STOP CRYING AND COMPLAINING ABOUT YOUR PROBLEMS, DARE THEM

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  2. Hi Ofili, i just recently got addicted to your blog … dunno how it happened (wait that’s a lie i recognize my addiction to all good written words it’s like coke.)
    I read achalugo’s blog and enjoy her wit and clicked on a link to your site as i should have yrs ago(smh)
    Long story, short i spent 2days pouring over articles you have here, still not done reading but you have an avid fan…
    prepare to be stalked on all available social media sphere .
    ……………………………………………………Nonye the FairLady

  3. Very funny, especially when that slap detached the head from the shoulder. But an important lesson here: most African parents are keen about their kids coming first in class (I love coming first too) but don’t bother asking their kids how they are going to create something new in the future with what they are being taught in school. So, the kids go out to cram and pour out in exams and grow to work for someone else throughout and when they now have their own kids they repeat this question if their kids don’t come first in class. I think going beyond this first “position in class question” to applying what they learn would really give the kids a sense of responsibility and drive for creativity; and maybe, this will end up making them the next Dangote such that “does he have two hesds” questions will go into extinction.
    Okechukwu Amako latest post is Best Customer Service Experience—where some Nigerian Businesses Have Failed.My Profile

  4. Very funny, especially when that slap detached the head from the shoulder. But an important lesson here: most African parents are keen about their kids coming first in class (I love coming first too) but don’t bother asking their kids how they are going to create something new in the future with what they are being taught in school. So, the kids go out to cram and pour out in exams and grow to work for someone else throughout and when they now have their own kids they repeat this question if their kids don’t come first in class. I think going beyond this first “position in class question” to applying what they learn would really give the kids a sense of responsibility and drive for creativity; and maybe, this will end up making them the next Dangote such that “does he have two heads” questions will go into extinction.
    Okechukwu Amako latest post is Best Customer Service Experience—where some Nigerian Businesses Have Failed.My Profile

  5. Very funny, especially when that slap detached the head from the shoulder. But an important lesson here: most African parents are keen about their kids coming first in class (I love coming first too) but don’t bother asking their kids how they are going to create something new in the future with what they are being taught in school. So, the kids go out to cram and pour out in exams and grow to work for someone else throughout and when they now have their own kids they repeat this question if their kids don’t come first in class. I think going beyond this “first position in class question” to applying what they learn would really give the kids a sense of responsibility and drive for creativity; and maybe, this will end up making them the next Dangote such that “does he have two heads” questions will go into extinction.
    Okechukwu Amako latest post is Best Customer Service Experience—where some Nigerian Businesses Have Failed.My Profile

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