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Nigeria lacks the moral authority to speak against Yahoo boys

‘When solving problems, dig at the roots instead of just hacking at the leaves’ – Anthony D’Angelo

When subjects that directly impact negatively on the lives of others are discussed in the public sphere, it is a rational mind’s belief that they are brought to a stop.
How exactly that happens has always been a debate left to the intellectuals. On the recent debate about Yahoo boys, a perfect picture of an answer can be found in Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani’s exploration of the metamorphosis of a Yahoo boy in ‘I do not come to you by chance’.

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