…They must give us Biafra – Nnamdi Kanu
…We must build a new Nation by ourselves – Charles N Lambert
I often ask people this question, between building a New Nation free of economic invaders, poverty-stricken society and living in a political nation dominated by power-seeking men, which one is more important?
To my greatest surprise, some people prefer the political dominated society with the belief that if the leaders are in power, they will create jobs for them and pay them allowances.
Such a stupid and slavish mentality! Poverty mindset!! No wonder millions of people are economically enslaved!!!
I would like to educate my people why having a New Nation in Africa is more important than a political dominated nation.
There is British-Nigerian Biafra political activist, Nnamdi Kanu who is the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) whose main aim is to create an independent state for the people of old Eastern Region of Nigeria through a referendum.
Then there’s an African economic activist, Charles N Lambert, who is the leader of Africa’s first Economic War and the Black Wall Street whose main aim is to change and build Africa into a New Nation, a data-driven economic society of trap and invest and GPD focused educational system. Which he believes will transform Africa into an economic giant.
Economic leaders are the engine of capital generation for the industrialization of a nation.
In the Economic War, Lambert leverages on the capital flight to generate capital for funding of job, creating commercial undertakings in Africa.
Now, while Kanu is fighting politically for a particular region in Nigeria and quite a number of people are dying in the cause, Lambert is fighting strategic Economic War for the whole African Nation of 55 countries, creating jobs for over six hundred thousand youths in Africa and adding to the GDP.
This is proof that Economic leaders are more important than political leaders.
Political leaders instead of adding to the GDP of our nation, drain what we have already for the selfish reasons and most times, in fact always, their fight is centred on a particular region while every economic leader fight for the emancipation of the nation and growth of the nation’s GDP
The economic leaders like Lambert have a more pragmatic approach, something more realistic in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations like the political leaders do with long written unrealistic agendas.