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Corrupt Accumulation Of Wealth Bane Of Nigeria’s Greatness – Kachikwu

CorruptionA Nigerian writer, Ms Ama Kachikwu, has identified the widespread corruption and “primitive’’ accumulation of wealth as the grave hindrance to the country’s greatness.Kachikwu made the assertion in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in on Tuesday in Abuja.She said that greatness was not quick accumulation of wealth at all costs, adding that that way it could not be appreciated and used purposefully.The writer noted that Nigeria and some other African countries had lived a lie for such a long time, equating deep change for quick wealth accumulation at all costs.Kachikwu, who was making reference to her new book entitled: “Ultimate Journey to Greatness: How to unlock the Greatness in You, Become a World Changer and leave lasting Legacy”, said Nigeria might not achieve greatness with the “get-rich-quick syndrome’’.“Africa has exchanged deep change for transient and diabolical gains, thinking that change could only come through quick accumulation of wealth.“Wealth accumulation is not the touchstone or benchmark for the ultimate destination of greatness.“I wish a quick wealth accumulation at the expense of others can save Nigeria and many countries right now, rather it has divided it.“What does this tell you, the fast lane leading to wealth accumulation is neither a guideline nor barometer for greatness,” she said.On her book, which she said would soon be presented to the public, “is a blend of author’s biography and compilation of famous thoughts.’’She described the creative work as a roadmap for leadership, spiritual and personal development.The book has 55 chapters synopsis broken into seven parts, and 335 pages.Kachikwu graduated with First Class honours in Economic and Development Studies and holds a Masters Degree in Environmental and Resource Economics from University College London.She is the author of several leadership, personal development and  spiritual publications.

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