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China Achebe has a powerful message for contemporary Africa at all levels. Like the famous historian, John Kenneth Galbraith, he is urging Africans to prepare for change, or else get swept away by it. Whether we like it or not, change is shaking the foundation of Africa and those who ultimately survive will be those adapting to change in all its ramifications, not those who spend disproportionate amounts of time and energy denouncing colonial education, colonial administration and colonial everything for the continent's stagnation and in some cases, retrogradation.

Education is an on-going business because we learn every single day. But when certain persons see their First School Leaving Certificates(FSLC), General Certificate of Education (GCE) or higher diplomas as the end of learning, that spells doom. Chinua Achebe reminds us to embrace the new and keep adjusting with time. And those obsessed with African languages are reminded that a good message can be conveyed in any language.

Very truly this African giant lives on....

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